Nellie (Stephens) Jagoe

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updated February 06, 2019
Nellie Stephens Jagoe was born into the Stephens family and married into the Jagoe family. She married James Jagoe, and they gave birth to James Johnson Jagoe. We know that Nellie Stephens Jagoe had been residing in Myrt, Australia.

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Nellie Stephens Jagoe

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Myrt, Australia

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James Jagoe
Myrt, Australia

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James Johnson Jagoe
1890 - 1962
Wandiligong, Australia

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Nellie Stephens Jagoe married James Jagoe, and they gave birth to James Johnson Jagoe. We know that Nellie Stephens Jagoe had been residing in Myrt, Australia.
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Mabel Lillian Jagoe
1895 - 1965
Brighton, Australia
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Brighton, Australia
Susi Isabel Leslie Jagoe
Brighton, Australia
James Johnson Jagoe
1927 - 1966
Mans, Australia
Arthur Jagoe
Mans, Australia
Gertrude Peel Jagoe
Mans, Australia
William Crawford Jagoe
1896 - 1967
Wandiligong, Australia
James Johnst Jagoe
Nort, Australia
Richard Douglas Jagoe
1903 - 1968
Myrt, Australia
Jagoe James Jagoe
Myrt, Australia
Bruce Henry Jagoe
1952 - 1969
Euro, Australia
Leslie Jagoe
Euro, Australia
Merle Jagoe
1892 - 1970
Dandenong, Australia
Mills Edwin Th Jagoe
Dandenong, Australia
Catherine Cox Jagoe
Dandenong, Australia
Arthur Jagoe
1899 - 1971
Beec, Australia
James Johnso Jagoe
Beec, Australia

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Rebecca Stephens
1875 - 1962
Arar, Australia
Basham John Stephens
Arar, Australia
Sarah Stephens
Arar, Australia
Elizabeth Emma Stephens
1880 - 1962
Nort, Australia
Collins Willia Stephens
Nort, Australia
Claire Lillian Stephens
1913 - 1962
Melbourne, Australia
Dillon John Fr Stephens
Melbourne, Australia
Alice Kate Quarry Stephens
Melbourne, Australia
Leslie Edmund Stephens
1898 - 1962
Toor, Australia
Samuel Edwin Stephens
Toor, Australia
Mary Jane Stephens
1883 - 1962
Melbourne, Australia
Lawrence David Stephens
Melbourne, Australia
Sarah Pugh Stephens
Melbourne, Australia
Roy Alexander Stephens
1898 - 1962
Tren, Australia
Duncan Stephens
Tren, Australia
Agnes Ackland Stephens
Tren, Australia
Clarence Robert Stephens
1899 - 1963
Heidelberg, Australia
Joseph Stephens
Heidelberg, Australia

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