Mary (Burns) Cruickshank

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Mary Mary (Burns) Cruickshank
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updated February 06, 2019
Mary Burns Cruickshank was born into the Burns family and married into the Cruickshank family. She married Henry John Cruickshank, and they gave birth to Blanche Elizabeth Cruickshank. We know that Mary Burns Cruickshank had been residing in Ararat, Australia.

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Mary Burns Cruickshank

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Mary

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Burns

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Ararat, Australia

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Henry John Cruickshank
Ararat, Australia

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Blanche Elizabeth Cruickshank
1882 - 1953
Ararat, Australia

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Mary Burns Cruickshank married Henry John Cruickshank, and they gave birth to Blanche Elizabeth Cruickshank. We know that Mary Burns Cruickshank had been residing in Ararat, Australia.
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Mary Kennedy Cruickshank
around 1916 - Mar 31, 1943
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around 1865 - Mar 8, 1941
Mary Rosina Cruickshank
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Mary Cruickshank
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Mary Rosina Cruickshank
Heidelberg, Australia
Mary Ann Adamson Cruickshank
Malvern, Australia
Mary Jane Cruickshank
1885 - 1972
Nobl, Australia
Mary Jane Cruickshank
1899 - 1957
Melbourne, Australia
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Brighton, Australia

Other Cruickshanks

Linda Marion Cruickshank
1907 - 1954
Balw, Australia
Joseph Ander Cruickshank
Balw, Australia
Ellen Fox Cruickshank
Balw, Australia
Margaret Morton Cruickshank
1878 - 1954
Brighton, Australia
Muir Joseph Cruickshank
Brighton, Australia
Mary Muirhead Cruickshank
Brighton, Australia
George Alexander Cruickshank
1878 - 1954
Port, Australia
George Cruickshank
Port, Australia
William Alexande Cruickshank
1893 - 1956
Geelong, Australia
Alexander Cruickshank
Geelong, Australia
Janet Kier Cruickshank
Geelong, Australia
Albert Cruickshank
1897 - 1957
Brunswick, Australia
William Cruickshank
Brunswick, Australia
Minnie Ann Rickards Cruickshank
Brunswick, Australia
Mary Jane Cruickshank
1899 - 1957
Melbourne, Australia
Stuart Alexand Cruickshank
Melbourne, Australia
Jean Duncan Cruickshank
Melbourne, Australia
Emily Cruickshank
1866 - 1957
Park, Australia
Shugg James Cruickshank
Park, Australia

Other Burnses

Mary Jane Burns
1866 - 1953
Geelong, Australia
Evans John Burns
Geelong, Australia
Mary Jane Burns
1868 - 1953
Heathcote, Australia
John Woolley Burns
Heathcote, Australia
Mary Cockburn Burns
Heathcote, Australia
John Graham Burns
1935 - 1953
Stawell, Australia
Arthur Joseph Burns
Stawell, Australia
Annie Violet Kain Burns
Stawell, Australia
David Burns
1884 - 1953
Bendigo, Australia
Thomas Burns
Bendigo, Australia
Margaret Hennerbury Burns
Bendigo, Australia
Alfred Ernest Burns
1875 - 1953
Bendigo, Australia
Thomas Burns
Bendigo, Australia
Mary Henneberry Burns
Bendigo, Australia
Louis Burns
1876 - 1954
Heidelberg, Australia
Louis Burns
Heidelberg, Australia
Mary Oshea Burns
Heidelberg, Australia
Jane Burns
1859 - 1954
Kew, Australia
Carter Burns
Kew, Australia
Mary Burns
Kew, Australia

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John James Thomas
1890 - 1953
Ararat, Australia
Maxwell James Bryant
1931 - 1953
Ararat, Australia
Reginald John Bryant
Ararat, Australia
Alexander Mccook
1867 - 1953
Ararat, Australia
Archibald Mccook
Ararat, Australia
Known Not Mccook
Ararat, Australia
John Maurice Haskett
1892 - 1953
Ararat, Australia
Alice Louisa Mcpherson
1879 - 1953
Ararat, Australia
Henry William Mcpherson
Ararat, Australia
John Thomas Parker
1877 - 1953
Ararat, Australia
John Thomas Parker
Ararat, Australia
Known Susan Not Parker
Ararat, Australia
Evelyn Price
1883 - 1953
Ararat, Australia
Edward Price
Ararat, Australia
Sarah Bryce Price
Ararat, Australia
Alfred Septimus Rapkins
1874 - 1953
Ararat, Australia
James Rapkins
Ararat, Australia
Known Harriet Not Rapkins
Ararat, Australia
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