Mary Louise (Holden) Cookson

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updated February 06, 2019
Mary Louise Holden Cookson was born into the Holden family and married into the Cookson family. She married Landells James Cookson, and they gave birth to Dorothy Louise Cookson. We know that Mary Louise Holden Cookson had been residing in Camberwell, Australia.

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Mary Louise Holden Cookson

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Camberwell, Australia

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Mary Louise Holden Cookson & Landells James Cookson

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Landells James Cookson
Camberwell, Australia

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Dorothy Louise Cookson
1896 - 1960
Camberwell, Australia

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Mary Louise Holden Cookson married Landells James Cookson, and they gave birth to Dorothy Louise Cookson. We know that Mary Louise Holden Cookson had been residing in Camberwell, Australia.
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Ellen Sankey Holden
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Died: 1960
Moor, Australia
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Moor, Australia
Ann Melinda Joha Holden
1875 - 1960
Malvern, Australia
Newcombe Willi Holden
Malvern, Australia
Charlotte Jones Holden
Malvern, Australia
Johanna Margaret Holden
Died: 1961
Box Hill, Australia
Ronald Holden
Box Hill, Australia
Valma Patrici Maynes Holden
Box Hill, Australia
George Samuel Holden
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Samuel Garth Holden
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