Raymond John Biddle

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updated February 06, 2019
Raymond John Biddle married Coral Lorrain Obrien, and they gave birth to John Leslie Biddle. We know that Raymond John Biddle had been residing in Preston, Australia.

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Raymond John Biddle

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Preston, Australia

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Raymond John Biddle & Coral Lorrain Obrien Biddle

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Coral Lorrain Obrien Biddle
Preston, Australia

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John Leslie Biddle
Died: 1973
Preston, Australia

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Raymond John Biddle married Coral Lorrain Obrien, and they gave birth to John Leslie Biddle. We know that Raymond John Biddle had been residing in Preston, Australia.
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1915 - 1975
Melbourne, Australia
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Melbourne, Australia
Charlotte Oneill Biddle
Melbourne, Australia
Mary Ellen Biddle
1923 - 1975
Fitzroy, Australia
Arthur Henry Biddle
Fitzroy, Australia
Mary Veroni Fielding Biddle
Fitzroy, Australia
Alfred Norman Biddle
1906 - 1975
Daylesford, Australia
Albert Biddle
Daylesford, Australia
Priscilla Harding Biddle
Daylesford, Australia
Arthur Frank Biddle
1887 - 1975
Malvern, Australia
Thomas Biddle
Malvern, Australia
Clara Morris Biddle
Malvern, Australia
Henry Oswald Biddle
1896 - 1976
Clarendon, Australia
Henry William Biddle
Clarendon, Australia
Louisa Matilda (Noack) Biddle
Clarendon, Australia
Ethel Beatrice Biddle
1884 - 1977
Elst, Australia
Guppy John Biddle
Elst, Australia
Louise Blackgrove Biddle
Elst, Australia
Nellie Biddle
1907 - 1977
Mildura, Australia

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Coral Lorrain Obrien Biddle
Preston, Australia
Ethel May Bliss
1887 - 1973
Clif, Australia
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Clif, Australia
Thomas Bliss
Clif, Australia
Bridget Johanna Elliot
1933 - 1973
Want, Australia
Fosdick Franci Elliot
Want, Australia
Leslie Thomas Gilmore
1939 - 1973
Asco, Australia
Thomas Andre Gilmore
Asco, Australia
Elsie Matthewman Gilmore
Asco, Australia
Terence Mitchell Lacco
1950 - 1973
Mtma, Australia
George Lacco
Mtma, Australia
Mary Jane Elliott Lacco
Mtma, Australia
Kelvin Daniel Bacon
1940 - 1973
Malvern, Australia
Margaret Baxter
1895 - 1973
Malvern, Australia
Charles Jack Baxter
Malvern, Australia
Christina Olson Baxter
Malvern, Australia
Ian Beck
1925 - 1973
Box Hill, Australia
Hector Arthu Beck
Box Hill, Australia
Jane Eliza Claughton Beck
Box Hill, Australia
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