Rebecca (Wiggins) Cotchin

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updated February 06, 2019
Rebecca Wiggins Cotchin was born into the Wiggins family and married into the Cotchin family. She married Cotchin Donald Shaw Cotchin, and they gave birth to Elizabeth Margaret Cotchin. We know that Rebecca Wiggins Cotchin had been residing in Whittlesea, Australia.

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Rebecca Wiggins Cotchin

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Rebecca Wiggins Cotchin & Cotchin Donald Shaw Cotchin

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Cotchin Donald Shaw Cotchin

Whittlesea, Australia

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Elizabeth Margaret Cotchin
1887 - 1949
Whittlesea, Australia

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Rebecca Wiggins Cotchin married Cotchin Donald Shaw Cotchin, and they gave birth to Elizabeth Margaret Cotchin. We know that Rebecca Wiggins Cotchin had been residing in Whittlesea, Australia.
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Jane Ann Cotchin
1891 - 1955
Fair, Australia
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Fair, Australia
Ann Young Cotchin

Fair, Australia
Ernest Cotchin
1889 - 1966
Woll, Australia
Samual Cotchin

Woll, Australia
Rosanna Thomas Cotchin

Woll, Australia
John Cotchin
1890 - 1971
Preston, Australia
Joseph Cotchin

Preston, Australia
Eva Watson Cotchin

Preston, Australia
Violet May Cotchin
1895 - 1974
Rese, Australia
Wheeler James Cotchin

Rese, Australia
Susan Winward Cotchin

Rese, Australia
Joseph Cotchin
1882 - 1977
Nort, Australia
Joseph Cotchin

Nort, Australia
Eva Cotchin

Nort, Australia
Sara Mabel Estelle Cotchin
1893 - 1981
Park, Australia
Andrews August Cotchin

Park, Australia
Sarah Cotchin

Park, Australia

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Eva Constance Wiggins
1886 - 1949
Byong, Australia
Boustead Irving Wiggins

Byong, Australia
Emma Pickering Wiggins

Byong, Australia
Leah Josephine Wiggins
1924 - 1950
Laverton, Australia
Vera Smythe Wiggins

Laverton, Australia
Albert Edward Wiggins
1866 - 1952
Ballarat, Australia
Joseph Wiggins

Ballarat, Australia
Ann Holland Wiggins

Ballarat, Australia
Josephine Wiggins
1874 - 1952
Ballarat, Australia
Joseph Wiggins

Ballarat, Australia
Anne Elizabeth Holland Wiggins

Ballarat, Australia
Joseph Nelson Wiggins
1912 - 1953
Heidelberg, Australia
John James Wiggins

Heidelberg, Australia
Emma Jane (Metcalfe) Wiggins

Heidelberg, Australia
Mary Ann Wiggins
1869 - 1953
Cobden, Australia
Alsop Samuel Edward Wiggins

Cobden, Australia
Matilda Blazeby Wiggins

Cobden, Australia
Thomas Wiggins
1893 - 1953
Kilmore, Australia
Isabel Wiggins

Kilmore, Australia

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Willaura, Australia
John Alf Walter Patterson
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Willaura, Australia
Ethel Bayley
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Willaura, Australia
Bayley Ernest Albert Bayley

Willaura, Australia
Louisa Styles Bayley

Willaura, Australia
Annie Campbell
1868 - 1949
Winchekea, Australia
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Winchekea, Australia
Susannah Robinson Campbell

Winchekea, Australia
Kenneth Herbert Strickland
1869 - 1949
Winchelsea, Australia
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Winchelsea, Australia
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