Mary Stewart (Porter) Cruickshank

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updated February 06, 2019
Mary Stewart Porter Cruickshank was born into the Porter family and married into the Cruickshank family. She married George Cruickshank, and they gave birth to George Cruickshank. We know that Mary Stewart Porter Cruickshank had been residing in More, Australia.

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Mary Stewart Porter Cruickshank

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Mary Stewart

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More, Australia

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George Cruickshank
More, Australia

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George Cruickshank
1874 - 1964
More, Australia

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Mary Stewart Porter Cruickshank married George Cruickshank, and they gave birth to George Cruickshank. We know that Mary Stewart Porter Cruickshank had been residing in More, Australia.
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Other Mary Cruickshanks

Mary Kennedy Cruickshank
around 1916 - Mar 31, 1943
Mary Katherine Cruickshank
around 1865 - Mar 8, 1941
Mary Rosina Cruickshank
Melbourne, Australia
Mary Cruickshank
Box Hill, Australia
Mary Rosina Cruickshank
Heidelberg, Australia
Mary Ann Adamson Cruickshank
Malvern, Australia
Mary Jane Cruickshank
1885 - 1972
Nobl, Australia
Mary Elizabeth Cruickshank
1895 - 1969
Orbo, Australia

Other Cruickshanks

Lillian Cruickshank
1889 - 1964
Park, Australia
William Cruickshank
Park, Australia
Emily Shugg Cruickshank
Park, Australia
Maisie Myrtle Cruickshank
1904 - 1964
Hope, Australia
Doubleday Cruickshank
Hope, Australia
James White Cruickshank
1894 - 1964
Hami, Australia
John Cruickshank
Hami, Australia
Martha White Cruickshank
Hami, Australia
Walter Cruickshank
1916 - 1964
Prahran, Australia
Henry Cruickshank
Prahran, Australia
May Edith Cruickshank
Prahran, Australia
Emily Cruickshank
1876 - 1964
Ashw, Australia
Robin Cruickshank
1913 - 1965
Melbourne, Australia
David Cruickshank
Melbourne, Australia
Doris Tucker Cruickshank
Melbourne, Australia
Walter Albert Cruickshank
1937 - 1965
Melbourne, Australia
Albert Willi Cruickshank
Melbourne, Australia
Catherine Preto Bond Cruickshank
Melbourne, Australia

Other Porters

Mary Porter
1878 - 1964
Evel, Australia
Mcgregor Donal Porter
Evel, Australia
Mary Mcclavaghty Porter
Evel, Australia
Harry Porter
1903 - 1964
Coburg, Australia
William Porter
Coburg, Australia
Elizabeth Hamilton Porter
Coburg, Australia
Hazel Dorothy Porter
1908 - 1964
Glen, Australia
Browning Wesle Porter
Glen, Australia
Winfred Rex Porter
1890 - 1964
Kang, Australia
William Robe Porter
Kang, Australia
Joseph Robert Porter
1880 - 1965
Heidelberg, Australia
David Porter
Heidelberg, Australia
Mary Nihill Porter
Heidelberg, Australia
Manson William Porter
Melbourne, Australia
Lucy Taylor Porter
Melbourne, Australia
Albert Frederick Porter
1904 - 1965
Nava, Australia
Albert Porter
Nava, Australia
Mary Pryor Porter
Nava, Australia

Other Bios

John William Cook
1887 - 1964
Preston, Australia
John Cook
Preston, Australia
Charlotte Budge Cook
Preston, Australia
William Frederic Clappers
1917 - 1964
Dandenong, Australia
John Bernard Clappers
Dandenong, Australia
Wilhelmina Kemperman Clappers
Dandenong, Australia
Frederick Dougla Chapman
1901 - 1964
Nort, Australia
Frederick Ri Chapman
Nort, Australia
Janet Snodgrass Chapman
Nort, Australia
Francesco Conidi
1946 - 1964
Yarr, Australia
Vincenzo Conidi
Yarr, Australia
Grazia Lococo Conidi
Yarr, Australia
Jane Hudson Coxon
1879 - 1964
Newp, Australia
Bain Coxon
Newp, Australia
Ann Coxon
Newp, Australia
Edith Wilson Claus
1890 - 1964
St Kilda, Australia
Redfern John Claus
St Kilda, Australia
Mary Balfour Claus
St Kilda, Australia
Ronald William T Cowan
1914 - 1964
Park, Australia
William Jame Cowan
Park, Australia
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