Mathieson Archibald Templeton

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updated February 06, 2019
Mathieson Archibald Templeton married Elizabeth Stevens, and they gave birth to Catherine Templeton. We know that Mathieson Archibald Templeton had been residing in Tralgon, Australia.

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Mathieson Archibald Templeton

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Archibald

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Tralgon, Australia

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Mathieson Archibald Templeton & Elizabeth Stevens Templeton

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Elizabeth Stevens Templeton

Tralgon, Australia

Children:

Catherine Templeton
Died: 1949
Tralgon, Australia

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Mathieson Archibald Templeton married Elizabeth Stevens, and they gave birth to Catherine Templeton. We know that Mathieson Archibald Templeton had been residing in Tralgon, Australia.
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Elizabeth Stevens Templeton

Tralgon, Australia
Walter William Handley
1880 - 1949
Traralgon, Australia
Handley Walter Handley

Traralgon, Australia
Caroline Sherwood Handley

Traralgon, Australia
Mary Gertrude Crang
1871 - 1949
Tralgon, Australia
Crang Charles Henry Crang

Tralgon, Australia
Adelaide Marsh Crang

Tralgon, Australia
Jessie Ann Mitchell
1884 - 1949
Tralgon, Australia
Robertson David Mitchell

Tralgon, Australia
Emma Brown Mitchell

Tralgon, Australia
Kate Reeve
1877 - 1949
Tralgon, Australia
Haddon Henry George Reeve

Tralgon, Australia
Martha Reeve

Tralgon, Australia
Richard Canty
1889 - 1949
Trentham, Australia
Canty James Canty

Trentham, Australia
Catherine Dermody Canty

Trentham, Australia
Jane Rosamond Jackson
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Trentham, Australia
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Trentham, Australia
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