Mary Jane (Elliot) Plant

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updated October 02, 2019
Mary Jane (Elliot) Plant was born into the Elliot family and married into the Plant family. She married Thomas Plant, and they gave birth to Albert Edward Plant. We know that Mary Jane (Elliot) Plant had been residing in Eaglehawk, Australia.

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Mary Jane (Elliot) Plant Biography

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Mary Jane (Elliot) Plant

First name

Mary

Middle name

Jane

Maiden name

Elliot

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Female

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Last Known Residence

Eaglehawk, Australia

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Thomas Plant
Eaglehawk, Australia

Children:

Albert Edward Plant
1910 - 1953
Eaglehawk, Australia

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Mary Jane (Elliot) Plant married Thomas Plant, and they gave birth to Albert Edward Plant. We know that Mary Jane (Elliot) Plant had been residing in Eaglehawk, Australia.
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Alex, Australia
Humphrey Elliot
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William Elliot
1874 - 1954
Ring, Australia
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Jessie Elliot
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