Richard Worland

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updated February 06, 2019
Richard Worland married Christina Croll, and they gave birth to Mary Stone Winton Worland. We know that Richard Worland had been residing in Auburn, Australia.

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Richard Worland & Christina Croll Worland

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Christina Croll Worland
Auburn, Australia

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Mary Stone Winton Worland
1876 - 1951
Auburn, Australia

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Richard Worland married Christina Croll, and they gave birth to Mary Stone Winton Worland. We know that Richard Worland had been residing in Auburn, Australia.
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Margaret Fittis Worland
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Edgar John Worland
1877 - 1958
Hast, Australia
Edgar John Worland
Hast, Australia
Isobella Davis Worland
Hast, Australia
Peter Worland
Died: 1960
Cobd, Australia
Graham Mark Worland
1949 - 1961
Wangaratta, Australia
Charles Edwa Worland
Wangaratta, Australia
Maude Floren Langman Worland
Wangaratta, Australia
Eileen Elizabeth Worland
1906 - 1961
Panm, Australia
Mewha Samuel Worland
Panm, Australia
Jane Baxter Worland
Panm, Australia
Leslie Oswald Worland
1909 - 1962
Geelong, Australia
Walter Edwar Worland
Geelong, Australia

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1864 - 1951
Malvern, Australia
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Malvern, Australia
Jane Alice Maddison
1872 - 1951
Cfld, Australia
Percy Fordham
1884 - 1951
Melbourne, Australia
Charles Fordham
Melbourne, Australia
Elizabeth Holder Fordham
Melbourne, Australia
Kerryn Lea Driscoll
Died: 1951
Carlton, Australia
Bernard Thomas Driscoll
Carlton, Australia
Olga Vict Williams Driscoll
Carlton, Australia
Hester Edith Gahan
1868 - 1951
Reservoir, Australia
Burt John William Cole Gahan
Reservoir, Australia
Elizabeth Wakefield Gahan
Reservoir, Australia
Florence Seymour Bateman
1868 - 1951
E Bton, Australia
Reid Alex Bateman
E Bton, Australia
Isabella Craig Bateman
E Bton, Australia
May Carton
1888 - 1951
W Bwick, Australia
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