Sarah (Wingrove) Pickett

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updated February 06, 2019
Sarah Wingrove Pickett was born into the Wingrove family and married into the Pickett family. She married Thomas Thomas Pickett, and they gave birth to Elizabeth Pickett. We know that Sarah Wingrove Pickett had been residing in Bburn, Australia.

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Sarah Wingrove Pickett

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Wingrove

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Bburn, Australia

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Thomas Thomas Pickett
Bburn, Australia

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Elizabeth Pickett
1883 - 1952
Bburn, Australia

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Sarah Wingrove Pickett married Thomas Thomas Pickett, and they gave birth to Elizabeth Pickett. We know that Sarah Wingrove Pickett had been residing in Bburn, Australia.
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Martha Waite Pickett
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Eli Pickett
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Merino, Australia
James Pickett
Merino, Australia
Elizabeth Wombell Pickett
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Alfred Matthias Pickett
1899 - 1953
Cbury, Australia
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Cbury, Australia
Catherine Clohesy Pickett
Cbury, Australia
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1886 - 1953
Melbourne, Australia
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Windsor, Australia
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Windsor, Australia
Honora Lukeman Pickett
Windsor, Australia
Mary Eileen Pickett
1881 - 1953
Dnong, Australia
Sullivan John Pickett
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Other Wingroves

Marie Louise Wingrove
1872 - 1952
Gisborne, Australia
Walsh Alf William Wingrove
Gisborne, Australia
Maria Margaret Woods Wingrove
Gisborne, Australia
Eveline May Wingrove
1887 - 1953
Parkville, Australia
James William Wingrove
Parkville, Australia
Louisa Woolcock Wingrove
Parkville, Australia
Bessie Wingrove
1871 - 1955
Elth, Australia
Charles Symm Wingrove
Elth, Australia
Robert Lindsay Wingrove
1875 - 1956
St Kilda, Australia
Charles Symons Wingrove
St Kilda, Australia
Katherine Machin Wingrove
St Kilda, Australia
Edward James Wingrove
1878 - 1960
Caulfield, Australia
John Phillip Wingrove
Caulfield, Australia
Elizabeth an Hubbard Wingrove
Caulfield, Australia
Frederick Clemen Wingrove
1890 - 1962
Malvern, Australia
Frederick Er Wingrove
Malvern, Australia
Agnes George Wingrove
Malvern, Australia
Rhoda Maynard Wingrove
1889 - 1970
Prahran, Australia
Hastie William Wingrove
Prahran, Australia

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Uk Rothery
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Uk Matthews
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1881 - 1952
St Kilda, Australia
Robert Spottiswood
St Kilda, Australia
Elizabeth Adamson Spottiswood
St Kilda, Australia
Edward Allan Hill
1911 - 1952
Aburton, Australia
Edward John Hill
Aburton, Australia
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