Ruth Vera (Caedington) Ocallaghan

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updated February 06, 2019
Ruth Vera Caedington Ocallaghan was born into the Caedington family and married into the Ocallaghan family. She married John Ocallaghan, and they gave birth to Helen Ocallaghan. We know that Ruth Vera Caedington Ocallaghan had been residing in Watta, Australia.

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Ruth Vera Caedington Ocallaghan

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Watta, Australia

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John Ocallaghan
Watta, Australia

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Helen Ocallaghan
Died: 1953
Watta, Australia

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Ruth Vera Caedington Ocallaghan married John Ocallaghan, and they gave birth to Helen Ocallaghan. We know that Ruth Vera Caedington Ocallaghan had been residing in Watta, Australia.
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