Maxwell William Boldt

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updated February 06, 2019
Maxwell William Boldt married Elizabeth Gundry, and they gave birth to Evelyn Maud Boldt. We know that Maxwell William Boldt had been residing in Bendigo, Australia.

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Maxwell William Boldt Biography

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Maxwell William Boldt

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Bendigo, Australia

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Elizabeth Gundry Boldt
Bendigo, Australia

Children:

Evelyn Maud Boldt
1875 - 1949
Bendigo, Australia

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Maxwell William Boldt married Elizabeth Gundry, and they gave birth to Evelyn Maud Boldt. We know that Maxwell William Boldt had been residing in Bendigo, Australia.
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Other Boldts

Elizabeth Gundry Boldt
Bendigo, Australia
Lindsay James Boldt
1948 - 1953
Lilydale, Australia
Walter Ernest Boldt
Lilydale, Australia
Mavis Mary Stockdale Boldt
Lilydale, Australia
Donald Arthur Boldt
1926 - 1953
Launch Pl, Australia
Boldt Richard Henry Boldt
Launch Pl, Australia
Alice Maud Johnston Boldt
Launch Pl, Australia
Margaret Ellen Boldt
1876 - 1954
Bendigo, Australia
Mccloy John Boldt
Bendigo, Australia
Ann Flannery Boldt
Bendigo, Australia
Wilhelm Friedric Boldt
1870 - 1955
Bendigo, Australia
Edward Alber Boldt
Bendigo, Australia
Elise Strief Boldt
Bendigo, Australia
Alice Maud Boldt
1896 - 1956
Lily, Australia
Johnston Boldt
Lily, Australia
Andrea Tracey Boldt
Died: 1964
Carlton, Australia
Hans Egon Boldt
Carlton, Australia
Dorothy Ann Boardman Boldt
Carlton, Australia
Walter Ernest Boldt
1928 - 1968
Orbo, Australia
Boldt Richard Boldt
Orbo, Australia

Other Bios

Elizabeth Gundry Boldt
Bendigo, Australia
Ellen Robinson Mccallum
1856 - 1949
Bendigo, Australia
Mccallum Charles Mccallum
Bendigo, Australia
Janet Yuillie Mccallum
Bendigo, Australia
William John Angrove
1876 - 1949
Bendigo, Australia
Angrove James Angrove
Bendigo, Australia
Elizabeth Ann Munro Angrove
Bendigo, Australia
Alf Tavener Walker
1871 - 1949
Bendigo, Australia
Isabella Deely Tavener Walker
Bendigo, Australia
Alf Taverner Walker
1871 - 1949
Bendigo, Australia
Walker Jesse Walker
Bendigo, Australia
Isabella Dealy Walker
Bendigo, Australia
Edith Maud Lindsay
1882 - 1949
Bendigo, Australia
Vogele Christian Lindsay
Bendigo, Australia
Martha Barnes Lindsay
Bendigo, Australia
Helena Susan Grimley
1876 - 1949
Bendigo, Australia
Capes William Grimley
Bendigo, Australia
Lavinia Womersley Grimley
Bendigo, Australia
Olive Ethel Mccarthy
1890 - 1949
Bendigo, Australia
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