Rhoda (Wagg) Daniel

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updated February 06, 2019
Rhoda Wagg Daniel was born into the Wagg family and married into the Daniel family. She married George James Daniel, and they gave birth to Norman Murray Daniel. We know that Rhoda Wagg Daniel had been residing in Carlton, Australia.

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Rhoda Wagg Daniel

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Carlton, Australia

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George James Daniel

Carlton, Australia

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Norman Murray Daniel
Died: 1889
Carlton, Australia

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Rhoda Wagg Daniel married George James Daniel, and they gave birth to Norman Murray Daniel. We know that Rhoda Wagg Daniel had been residing in Carlton, Australia.
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Heidelberg, Australia
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Box Hill, Australia
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Box Hill, Australia
Margaret Lee Daniel

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Port Melbourne, Australia
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Port Melbourne, Australia
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Port Melbourne, Australia
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1894 - 1895
Collingwood, Australia
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Collingwood, Australia
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1896 - 1897
Collingwood, Australia
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Collingwood, Australia
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Collingwood, Australia
Jane Wagg
1829 - 1902
Ewick, Australia
Mary Wagg
1856 - 1907
Prahran, Australia
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Prahran, Australia
Marian Ball Wagg

Prahran, Australia
Frederick Adlph Wagg
1861 - 1916
Collingwood, Australia
Wagg Sydney Wagg

Collingwood, Australia
Mary Ann Ball Wagg

Collingwood, Australia
George Wagg
1891 - 1916
Carlton, Australia
Wagg Frederick Wagg

Carlton, Australia
Mary Mcwilliams Wagg

Carlton, Australia
Anne Wagg
Died: 1924
Kew, Australia
Wagg John Wagg

Kew, Australia
Dorothy Brown Wagg

Kew, Australia
James Wagg
1838 - 1931
Arm, Australia

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1877 - 1889
Carlton, Australia
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Carlton, Australia
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Carlton, Australia
Jane Clifford Lyme

Carlton, Australia
Mary Ocallaghan
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Carlton, Australia
Pat Ocallaghan

Carlton, Australia
Mary Summers Ocallaghan

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James Hepworth
Died: 1889
Carlton, Australia
George Hepworth

Carlton, Australia
Sarah Ann Starking Hepworth

Carlton, Australia
John Gorman
Died: 1889
Carlton, Australia
John Gorman

Carlton, Australia
Eliza Goonan Gorman

Carlton, Australia
Frederick Freman
Died: 1889
Carlton, Australia
John William Freman

Carlton, Australia
Bridget Hammil Freman

Carlton, Australia
Winifred Mcdermott
1879 - 1889
Carlton, Australia
John Mcdermott

Carlton, Australia
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