Semple Evel (Kingsley) (Kingsley) Newell

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updated February 06, 2019
Semple Evel Kingsley Kingsley Newell was born into the Kingsley family and married into the Kingsley Newell family. She married Newell David Kingsley Newell, and they gave birth to Francis Joseph Kingsley Newell. We know that Semple Evel Kingsley Kingsley Newell had been residing in Morn, Australia.

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Semple Evel Kingsley Kingsley Newell

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1887 - 1956
Morn, Australia

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Semple Evel Kingsley Kingsley Newell married Newell David Kingsley Newell, and they gave birth to Francis Joseph Kingsley Newell. We know that Semple Evel Kingsley Kingsley Newell had been residing in Morn, Australia.
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1907 - 1957
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Spri, Australia
Long George Kingsley
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Ellen Kingsley
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Alexander Marrio Kingsley
1883 - 1959
Hotham, Australia
Hannah Kingsley Kingsley
Clay, Australia
Charles Kingsley Smith
1885 - 1960
Cheltenham, Australia
Frederick Kingsley Smith
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Ellen Baker Kingsley Smith
Cheltenham, Australia
Gertrude Kingsley
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Wind, Australia
Simon George Kingsley
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Alice Lazar Kingsley
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James Arthur Kingsley
1897 - 1961
Caulfield, Australia
Victoria May Kingsley
1908 - 1965
Ballarat, Australia
Bray Kingsley
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Charlotte Wilson Kingsley
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Alfred Senate Kingsley
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Francis Joseph Newell
1887 - 1956
Morn, Australia
David Newell
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Robert Bell Newell
1883 - 1956
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Edward Thoma Newell
Bendigo, Australia
Elizabeth Scott Newell
Bendigo, Australia
Edward Henry Newell
1903 - 1956
Daylesford, Australia
Jack Valentine Newell
1900 - 1957
Sandhurst, Australia
Andrew Valen Newell
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Lillian Newell
Sandhurst, Australia
William Newell
1872 - 1957
Melbourne, Australia
Joseph Newell
Melbourne, Australia
Sarah Jane Jose Newell
Melbourne, Australia
Frances Emily Newell
1893 - 1957
Park, Australia
John Newell
Park, Australia
Margaret Murray Newell
Park, Australia
David Arthur Fra Newell
1890 - 1957
Glen, Australia
James Newell
Glen, Australia
Mary Barr Newell
Glen, Australia
Clara Newell
1871 - 1957
Ballarat, Australia

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Francis Joseph Newell
1887 - 1956
Morn, Australia
David Newell
Morn, Australia
Emma Lillian Muldoon
1874 - 1956
Morn, Australia
Haines Muldoon
Morn, Australia
Sarah Clinch Muldoon
Morn, Australia
Lindsay William Kelly
1894 - 1956
Mort, Australia
Thomas Kelly
Mort, Australia
Rupert Vivian Absalom
1887 - 1956
Mort, Australia
Charles Absalom
Mort, Australia
James Halliwell
1872 - 1956
Mort, Australia
Margaret Jane Golsworthy
1877 - 1956
Mort, Australia
Farrer John Golsworthy
Mort, Australia
Mary Prentice Golsworthy
Mort, Australia
Horace Edward Picker
1902 - 1956
Mort, Australia
George Picker
Mort, Australia
Caroline King Picker
Mort, Australia
William Bertie Dale
1883 - 1956
Mort, Australia
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