Mcdonald James Mitchell

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updated February 06, 2019
Mcdonald James Mitchell married Mary Ferguson, and they gave birth to Alice Mitchell. We know that Mcdonald James Mitchell had been residing in Fost, Australia.

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Mcdonald James Mitchell

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Fost, Australia

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Mary Ferguson Mitchell
Fost, Australia

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Alice Mitchell
1893 - 1962
Fost, Australia

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Mcdonald James Mitchell married Mary Ferguson, and they gave birth to Alice Mitchell. We know that Mcdonald James Mitchell had been residing in Fost, Australia.
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Mary Ferguson Mitchell
Fost, Australia
James Mitchell
1908 - 1962
Ment, Australia
Joseph Mitchell
Ment, Australia
Lila Ann Mitchell
1911 - 1962
Naro, Australia
Murcott Charle Mitchell
Naro, Australia
Joseph Mitchell
1889 - 1962
Fern, Australia
Mathew John Mitchell
Fern, Australia
Louise Betts Mitchell
Fern, Australia
Francis William Mitchell
1881 - 1962
Carn, Australia
Francis Mitchell
Carn, Australia
Kate Maria Ward Mitchell
Carn, Australia
Graham John Mitchell
1953 - 1962
Eild, Australia
Noel Mitchell
Eild, Australia
James Mitchell
1906 - 1962
Eild, Australia
Georgina Mitchell
Eild, Australia
Myra Mitchell
1906 - 1962
Eild, Australia
Casey Mitchell
Eild, Australia

Other Bios

Mary Ferguson Mitchell
Fost, Australia
Mary Lucy Mclinden
1892 - 1962
Iwood, Australia
James Mclinden
Iwood, Australia
Mary Griffin Mclinden
Iwood, Australia
Minnie Frances Martin
1871 - 1962
Arar, Australia
Miller Albert Martin
Arar, Australia
Walter James Elliott
1909 - 1962
Tall, Australia
Moss Walter Ja Elliott
Tall, Australia
Allon William Dossor
1897 - 1962
Seym, Australia
Harry Dossor
Seym, Australia
Jane Sharpe Dossor
Seym, Australia
Helen Jean Clare
1937 - 1962
Seym, Australia
Hogarth Alfred Clare
Seym, Australia
Maisie Mckenzie Clare
Seym, Australia
Colette Mary Stewart
Died: 1962
Carlton, Australia
Raymond Gord Stewart
Carlton, Australia
Anna Maria Pearse Stewart
Carlton, Australia
John Thomas Waters
1888 - 1962
Cole, Australia
John Waters
Cole, Australia
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