Pascoe Conrad Hockley

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updated February 06, 2019
Pascoe Conrad Hockley married Ruby Catherin Parker, and they gave birth to Ivy May Hockley. We know that Pascoe Conrad Hockley had been residing in Fitzroy, Australia.

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Pascoe Conrad Hockley Biography

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Pascoe Conrad Hockley

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Conrad

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Fitzroy, Australia

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Pascoe Conrad Hockley & Ruby Catherin Parker Hockley

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Ruby Catherin Parker Hockley
Fitzroy, Australia

Children:

Ivy May Hockley
1918 - 1967
Fitzroy, Australia

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Pascoe Conrad Hockley married Ruby Catherin Parker, and they gave birth to Ivy May Hockley. We know that Pascoe Conrad Hockley had been residing in Fitzroy, Australia.
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Ruby Catherin Parker Hockley
Fitzroy, Australia
Florence Elizabe Hockley
1901 - 1968
Sout, Australia
Spicer William Hockley
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Elizabeth Hockley
Sout, Australia
George Frederick Hockley
1892 - 1970
Sale, Australia
Derek Francis Hockley
1948 - 1971
Arar, Australia
Francis Perc Hockley
Arar, Australia
Edna Mary Hockley
1910 - 1972
Kyab, Australia
Andrews Willia Hockley
Kyab, Australia
Agnes Brown Hockley
Kyab, Australia
Gladys May Hockley
1897 - 1973
Box Hill, Australia
Williams Hugh Hockley
Box Hill, Australia
Victoria Leslie Hockley
Box Hill, Australia
Edward Emanuel B Hockley
1902 - 1973
Orfo, Australia
Thomas Halow Hockley
Orfo, Australia
Helen Bingham Hockley
Orfo, Australia
Olive Martha Hockley
1894 - 1973
Toor, Australia
Snowden Oliver Hockley
Toor, Australia
Grace Hannaford Hockley
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Other Bios

Ruby Catherin Parker Hockley
Fitzroy, Australia
Eva Hazzard
1893 - 1967
Fitzroy, Australia
Tomkins Stephe Hazzard
Fitzroy, Australia
Elizabeth Hazzard
Fitzroy, Australia
Johann Frederick Haas
1893 - 1967
Park, Australia
Raymond Charles Hackett
1937 - 1967
Melbourne, Australia
Amy Mcgowan Hackett
Melbourne, Australia
Sabina Victoria Hocking
1887 - 1967
Heidelberg, Australia
Smith Joseph G Hocking
Heidelberg, Australia
Elizabeth Ja Hosking Hocking
Heidelberg, Australia
David George Hartley
1922 - 1967
Melbourne, Australia
Gertrude Mary Hill
1911 - 1967
Sandhurst, Australia
Armstrong Hill
Sandhurst, Australia
John Joseph Hogan
1922 - 1967
Park, Australia
Thomas Josep Hogan
Park, Australia
Agnes Jane Brown Hogan
Park, Australia
Christopher Owen Holliday
1948 - 1967
Park, Australia
Vincent Holliday
Park, Australia
Allan Henge Holtenfalk
1937 - 1967
Poin, Australia
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