Rosina (Gavin) Bridgart

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updated February 06, 2019
Rosina Gavin Bridgart was born into the Gavin family and married into the Bridgart family. She married Stickland Henr Bridgart, and they gave birth to Emily May Bridgart. We know that Rosina Gavin Bridgart had been residing in Arma, Australia.

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Rosina Gavin Bridgart

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Arma, Australia

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Rosina Gavin Bridgart & Stickland Henr Bridgart

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Stickland Henr Bridgart
Arma, Australia

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Emily May Bridgart
1888 - 1960
Arma, Australia

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Rosina Gavin Bridgart married Stickland Henr Bridgart, and they gave birth to Emily May Bridgart. We know that Rosina Gavin Bridgart had been residing in Arma, Australia.
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Margaret Mary Bridgart
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Dodds George Bridgart
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Elizabeth Jane Lewis Bridgart
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Beatrice Mabeth Bridgart
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Sarah Jane Hay Bridgart
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William Thomas Bridgart
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Sandhurst, Australia
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Lucy Dennis Gavin
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Thomas Cornelius Gavin
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Fran, Australia
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Martha Mason Gavin
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James Edward Gavin
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Patrick Gavin
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Julia Maher Gavin
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Arthur James Gavin
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Melbourne, Australia
William Jame Gavin
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Frances Bryant Gavin
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