Peter Mitche Galloway

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updated February 06, 2019
Peter Mitche Galloway married Mary Kinmond, and they gave birth to George Durward Galloway. We know that Peter Mitche Galloway had been residing in St Kilda, Australia.

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Peter Mitche Galloway

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St Kilda, Australia

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Peter Mitche Galloway & Mary Kinmond Galloway

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Mary Kinmond Galloway
St Kilda, Australia

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George Durward Galloway
1906 - 1963
St Kilda, Australia

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Peter Mitche Galloway married Mary Kinmond, and they gave birth to George Durward Galloway. We know that Peter Mitche Galloway had been residing in St Kilda, Australia.
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St Kilda, Australia
Doris Lillian Galloway
1910 - 1963
Melbourne, Australia
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Melbourne, Australia
Isabella Aitken Galloway
Melbourne, Australia
Robert Henry Galloway
1891 - 1964
Clunes, Australia
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Clunes, Australia
Elizabeth Mills Galloway
Clunes, Australia
Allan Galloway
1879 - 1964
Mary, Australia
Robert Galloway
Mary, Australia
Jane Borland Galloway
Mary, Australia
Ethel May Galloway
1883 - 1965
Sandhurst, Australia
Williams Franc Galloway
Sandhurst, Australia
Jessie Clyne Galloway
Sandhurst, Australia
Alice Moorehouse Galloway
1891 - 1966
Melbourne, Australia
Gaffney Timoth Galloway
Melbourne, Australia
Elizabeth Mark Galloway
Melbourne, Australia
Robert Galloway
1896 - 1966
Mary, Australia
James Galloway
Mary, Australia
Isabella Cowie Galloway
Mary, Australia
William Robert Galloway
1894 - 1966
Drom, Australia

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Mary Kinmond Galloway
St Kilda, Australia
Frank Anzac Grey
1916 - 1963
Carl N, Australia
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Boro, Australia
Eileen Jane Hagan
1897 - 1963
Maid, Australia
Simmons Henry Hagan
Maid, Australia
Rebecca Mcgee Hagan
Maid, Australia
William Charles Handson
1908 - 1963
Brunswick, Australia
Sarah Handson Handson
Brunswick, Australia
Frank Gregory Irwin
1932 - 1963
Star, Australia
Jack Robert Irwin
Star, Australia
Alice Denton Irwin
Star, Australia
Florence Maud Ru Johnson
1909 - 1963
Seaf, Australia
Paterson Donal Johnson
Seaf, Australia
James Joseph Boyce
1900 - 1963
Hawthorn, Australia
Leffler Boyce Boyce
Hawthorn, Australia
James Joseph Leffler Boyce
1900 - 1963
Hawthorn, Australia
John Lilley
1897 - 1963
Fitzroy, Australia
John Williams
1897 - 1963
Fitzroy, Australia
Lilley Williams
Fitzroy, Australia
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