N K (Emma) Kingsley

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updated February 06, 2019
N K Emma Kingsley was born into the Emma family and married into the Kingsley family. She married Kennett Edward Kingsley, and they gave birth to Elizabeth Clara Kingsley. We know that N K Emma Kingsley had been residing in North Melbourne, Australia.

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N K Emma Kingsley

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North Melbourne, Australia

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Kennett Edward Kingsley
North Melbourne, Australia

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Elizabeth Clara Kingsley
1873 - 1951
North Melbourne, Australia

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N K Emma Kingsley married Kennett Edward Kingsley, and they gave birth to Elizabeth Clara Kingsley. We know that N K Emma Kingsley had been residing in North Melbourne, Australia.
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Jane Kingsley
1870 - 1952
Wtown, Australia
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Wtown, Australia
George Stevenson Kingsley
1905 - 1954
Melbourne, Australia
Charles Maun Kingsley
Melbourne, Australia
Mary Irvin Stevenson Kingsley
Melbourne, Australia
Claud Garnet Kingsley
1896 - 1954
Morn, Australia
George Kingsley
Morn, Australia
Eden Healey Kingsley
Morn, Australia
Howard Charles Kingsley
Died: 1956
Footscray, Australia
Alexander Ch Kingsley
Footscray, Australia
Mary Edith Wildman Kingsley
Footscray, Australia
Francis Joseph Kingsley Newell
1887 - 1956
Morn, Australia
Thelma Vida Emil Kingsley
1907 - 1957
Richmond, Australia
Edward Arthu Kingsley
Richmond, Australia
Eva May Reed Kingsley
Richmond, Australia
Ellen Kingsley
1885 - 1957
Spri, Australia
Long George Kingsley
Spri, Australia

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Josef Emma
1909 - 1978
Caulfield, Australia
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Caulfield, Australia
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Caulfield, Australia
Joseph Emma
1909 - 1978
Caulfield, Australia
Nathan Emma
Caulfield, Australia
Guta Guzovski Emma
Caulfield, Australia
Dina Emma
1923 - 1979
Moor, Australia
Ostroburski an Emma
Moor, Australia
Malka Yedlin Emma
Moor, Australia

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May Elizabeth Clifford
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