Mary Jane (Mountjoy) Walter

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updated February 06, 2019
Mary Jane Mountjoy Walter was born into the Mountjoy family and married into the Walter family. She married Titus Walter, and they gave birth to Albert Edmund Walter. We know that Mary Jane Mountjoy Walter had been residing in Ballarat, Australia.

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Mary Jane Mountjoy Walter

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Mary Jane

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Mountjoy

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Ballarat, Australia

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Mary Jane Mountjoy Walter & Titus Walter

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Titus Walter
Ballarat, Australia

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Albert Edmund Walter
1875 - 1961
Ballarat, Australia

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Mary Jane Mountjoy Walter married Titus Walter, and they gave birth to Albert Edmund Walter. We know that Mary Jane Mountjoy Walter had been residing in Ballarat, Australia.
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1871 - 1962
Port, Australia
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Box Hill, Australia
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Arthur George Walter
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Esse, Australia
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Catherine Jarman Walter
Esse, Australia
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Catherine Meyer Walter
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Ellie Strettle Walter
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Preston, Australia
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Florence Minifie Walter
Preston, Australia
Gertrude Walter
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Melbourne, Australia
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Melbourne, Australia

Other Mountjoys

Edmund Caleb Mountjoy
1871 - 1963
Geelong, Australia
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Susanne Mountjoy
1888 - 1963
Rayw, Australia
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Rayw, Australia
Susan Leyden Mountjoy
Rayw, Australia
Harold Mountjoy
1889 - 1963
Esse, Australia
Alfred Mountjoy
Esse, Australia
Elizabeth Annie Mountjoy
1879 - 1964
Kew, Australia
Bishop William Mountjoy
Kew, Australia
Eliza Jane Chadw Mountjoy
1888 - 1964
Bendigo, Australia
Crapper John Mountjoy
Bendigo, Australia
Ann Mountjoy
Bendigo, Australia
Alan Copeland Mountjoy
1886 - 1966
Esse, Australia
Lawrence Har Mountjoy
Esse, Australia
William Henry Mountjoy
1885 - 1968
Bendigo, Australia
Mountjoy John Mountjoy
Bendigo, Australia

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Heidelberg, Australia
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