Selina (Cofta) Chamberlain

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Selina Selina (Cofta) Chamberlain
Last Known Residence
Ballarat, Australia
Summary
Selina Cofta Chamberlain was born into the Cofta family and married into the Chamberlain family. She married Henry Chamberlain, and they gave birth to Wilfred Henry Chamberlain. We know that Selina Cofta Chamberlain had been residing in Ballarat, Australia.
Updated: February 06, 2019
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Selina Cofta Chamberlain
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Selina Selina (Cofta) Chamberlain
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Ballarat, Australia
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Selina Cofta Chamberlain & Henry Chamberlain

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1888 - 1953 1888 - 1953

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Selina Cofta Chamberlain married Henry Chamberlain, and they gave birth to Wilfred Henry Chamberlain. We know that Selina Cofta Chamberlain had been residing in Ballarat, Australia.

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1942 - 1953 1942 - 1953
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1880 - 1953 1880 - 1953
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1870 - 1954 1870 - 1954
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1948 - 1954 1948 - 1954
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1919 - 1954 1919 - 1954
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1880 - 1954 1880 - 1954
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1932 - 1955 1932 - 1955
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c. 1927 - Unknown 1927 - ?
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