Mcard Edwin Parker

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updated February 06, 2019
Mcard Edwin Parker married Mary Connelly, and they gave birth to Mona Evelyn Parker. We know that Mcard Edwin Parker had been residing in Al Pk, Australia.

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Mcard Edwin Parker Biography

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Mcard Edwin Parker

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Al Pk, Australia

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Mcard Edwin Parker & Mary Connelly Parker

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Mary Connelly Parker
Al Pk, Australia

Children:

Mona Evelyn Parker
1889 - 1950
Al Pk, Australia

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Mcard Edwin Parker married Mary Connelly, and they gave birth to Mona Evelyn Parker. We know that Mcard Edwin Parker had been residing in Al Pk, Australia.
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Mary Connelly Parker
Al Pk, Australia
James Parker
1855 - 1950
Chelt, Australia
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Chelt, Australia
Amelia Graham Parker
Chelt, Australia
Clara Jane Parker
1866 - 1950
A Vale, Australia
Gosden James Parker
A Vale, Australia
Ellen Thomas Parker
A Vale, Australia
Agnes Parker
1891 - 1950
Melbourne, Australia
Gillespie Andrew Parker
Melbourne, Australia
Margaret Wright Parker
Melbourne, Australia
Susanna Parker
1882 - 1950
St Kilda, Australia
Bissell William Parker
St Kilda, Australia
Emily Tucker Parker
St Kilda, Australia
Robert John Randolf Parker
1891 - 1950
Melbourne, Australia
Robert Alex Parker
Melbourne, Australia
Ethel May Kemp Parker
Melbourne, Australia
Hurtle Parker
1888 - 1950
Malvern, Australia
Walter Robert Parker
Malvern, Australia
Catherine Johnstone Parker
Malvern, Australia
James Henry Parker
1885 - 1950
Richmond, Australia

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Mary Connelly Parker
Al Pk, Australia
George Charles Dando
1863 - 1950
Cfield, Australia
Jabuz Dando
Cfield, Australia
Margaret Thompson Dando
Cfield, Australia
Percy Edward Swaffer
1899 - 1950
Richmond, Australia
Douglas Daniel Swaffer
Richmond, Australia
Clara Mcdermott Swaffer
Richmond, Australia
John Edwin Villiers
1867 - 1950
Richmond, Australia
John James Villiers
Richmond, Australia
Reynolds Villiers
Richmond, Australia
John Joseph Sexton
1910 - 1950
Fitzroy, Australia
James Michael Sexton
Fitzroy, Australia
Bridget Gleeson Sexton
Fitzroy, Australia
Amelia Beaumont Dingle
1865 - 1950
E Mvern, Australia
Weaver Richard Dingle
E Mvern, Australia
Ann Bloon Dingle
E Mvern, Australia
Elizabeth Hanna Heard
1877 - 1950
Elwood, Australia
Fairbank Henry John Heard
Elwood, Australia
Elizabeth Bradshaw Heard
Elwood, Australia
Lucy Isobel Hipper
1906 - 1950
E Mvern, Australia
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