Mary Ma (Quartermaine) Fairweather

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updated February 06, 2019
Mary Ma Quartermaine Fairweather was born into the Quartermaine family and married into the Fairweather family. She married Welstead Frede Fairweather, and they gave birth to Doris Edith Fairweather. We know that Mary Ma Quartermaine Fairweather had been residing in Melbourne, Australia.

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Mary Ma Quartermaine Fairweather

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Melbourne, Australia

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Mary Ma Quartermaine Fairweather & Welstead Frede Fairweather

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Welstead Frede Fairweather
Melbourne, Australia

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Doris Edith Fairweather
1914 - 1955
Melbourne, Australia

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Mary Ma Quartermaine Fairweather married Welstead Frede Fairweather, and they gave birth to Doris Edith Fairweather. We know that Mary Ma Quartermaine Fairweather had been residing in Melbourne, Australia.
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1881 - 1969
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Mary Ann Mckenzie Fairweather
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1890 - 1961
Box Hill, Australia

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Alexander Anders Fairweather
1882 - 1956
Fitzroy, Australia
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Emily Fairweather
1876 - 1957
Ballarat, Australia
Stevenson Fairweather
Ballarat, Australia
Robert Wilson Ro Fairweather
1906 - 1958
Park, Australia
David Fairweather
Park, Australia
Annie Mabel Fairweather
1866 - 1958
Sandhurst, Australia
Brooke Edward Fairweather
Sandhurst, Australia
Eliza Higgins Fairweather
Sandhurst, Australia
Peter Craig Fairweather
Died: 1960
Carlton, Australia
John Roy Fairweather
Carlton, Australia
Henry Berry Fairweather
1900 - 1960
Bair, Australia
Walter Fairweather
Bair, Australia
Smith Fairweather
Bair, Australia
Mary Leslie Fairweather
1890 - 1961
Box Hill, Australia
Ross William Fairweather
Box Hill, Australia
Mary Ann Mckenzie Fairweather
Box Hill, Australia
Agnes May Fairweather
1885 - 1961
Coburg, Australia

Other Quartermaines

Lloyd Kitchiner Quartermaine
1916 - 1976
Melbourne, Australia
Vernon Samuel Kn Quartermaine
1892 - 1977
Prahran, Australia
Alfred Quartermaine
Prahran, Australia
Mary Ann Knott Quartermaine
Prahran, Australia
B A Quartermaine
Born: around 1908
Michigan, Limited Service Or (lichtenstein Or Switzerland), United States
Bernard Roy Quartermaine
around 1922 - Jul 16, 1945
Ernest Edward Quartermaine
around 1899 - Sep 26, 1917
Ernest George Quartermaine
around 1900 - Oct 2, 1918
Ernest Victor Quartermaine
around 1898 - Aug 24, 1918
Ford Robinson Quartermaine
around 1920 - Jun 18, 1945
Frank Arthur Quartermaine
around 1880 - Apr 24, 1917
Fred Quartermaine
around 1924 - Feb 18, 1944
P Quartermaine
Died: Feb 9, 1917
Reginald Charles Quartermaine
Died: Mar 26, 1940
Sidney George Quartermaine
Died: Oct 26, 1917
Thomas Quartermaine
around 1869 - Dec 18, 1917

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