Searle George Gove

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updated February 06, 2019
Searle George Gove married Alice Hopper, and they gave birth to Mavis Gove. We know that Searle George Gove had been residing in Fitzroy, Australia.

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Searle George Gove

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Fitzroy, Australia

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Searle George Gove & Alice Hopper Gove

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Alice Hopper Gove
Fitzroy, Australia

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Mavis Gove
1904 - 1958
Fitzroy, Australia

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Searle George Gove married Alice Hopper, and they gave birth to Mavis Gove. We know that Searle George Gove had been residing in Fitzroy, Australia.
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John William Gove
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Theodore David Gove
1887 - 1960
Sandhurst, Australia
Julius Gove
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Catherine Blyth Gove
Sandhurst, Australia
Myrtle Alice Gove
1900 - 1961
Melbourne, Australia
Withers David Gove
Melbourne, Australia
Alice Smith Gove
Melbourne, Australia
Russell William Gove
Died: 1962
Moor, Australia
Jack Ernest Gove
Moor, Australia
Joyclyn Mary Hughes Gove
Moor, Australia
Andrew James Gove
Died: 1962
Moor, Australia
Jack Ernest Gove
Moor, Australia
Joyclyn Mary Hughes Gove
Moor, Australia
Vicki Maree Gove
Died: 1963
Carlton, Australia

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Francis Percival Heritage
1890 - 1958
Heidelberg, Australia
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Heidelberg, Australia
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Heidelberg, Australia
Annie Hazel Mason
1911 - 1958
Richmond, Australia
Johns John Mason
Richmond, Australia
Susannah Bond Lyndon Mason
Richmond, Australia
Jessie Catherine Hastie
1893 - 1958
Footscray, Australia
Bethune Archib Hastie
Footscray, Australia
Margaret Cecil Hastie
Footscray, Australia
Arthur Bertram Trotman
1869 - 1958
Glen, Australia
Joseph Trotman
Glen, Australia
Celia Stanlake Trotman
Glen, Australia
Margaret Ellen Chalmers
1878 - 1958
Esse, Australia
William Chalmers
Esse, Australia
George Charles Clark
1887 - 1958
Melbourne, Australia
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Elizabeth Clark
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