Sheppard Danie Miller

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updated February 06, 2019
Sheppard Danie Miller married Rebecca Huxley, and they gave birth to Gladys Miller. We know that Sheppard Danie Miller had been residing in Blac, Australia.

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Sheppard Danie Miller

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Blac, Australia

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Rebecca Huxley Miller
Blac, Australia

Children:

Gladys Miller
1901 - 1977
Blac, Australia

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Sheppard Danie Miller married Rebecca Huxley, and they gave birth to Gladys Miller. We know that Sheppard Danie Miller had been residing in Blac, Australia.
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Rebecca Huxley Miller
Blac, Australia
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Russell Alan Miller
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Bund, Australia
Francis Alan Miller
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Mavis Ivy Boyd Miller
Bund, Australia
Valmai Edna Miller
1904 - 1977
Glen, Australia
Wheatland Will Miller
Glen, Australia
Eleanor Miller
Glen, Australia
Eveline Miller
1899 - 1977
Staw, Australia
Parsonage Harr Miller
Staw, Australia
Martha Bromilow Miller
Staw, Australia
Mary Agnes Miller
1915 - 1977
Park, Australia
Benson William Miller
Park, Australia
Anne Brennan Miller
Park, Australia
Alfred Henry Miller
1891 - 1977
Nhil, Australia
William Gott Miller
Nhil, Australia

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Rebecca Huxley Miller
Blac, Australia
Helena Stuart Pettiford
1886 - 1977
Blac, Australia
Thompson Arthu Pettiford
Blac, Australia
Helena Johnson Pettiford
Blac, Australia
Raymond John Dav Herbert
1930 - 1977
Mtev, Australia
Leslie Georg Herbert
Mtev, Australia
Daisy Grace King Herbert
Mtev, Australia
Marjorie Jane Connell
1894 - 1977
Malvern, Australia
Hogarth George Connell
Malvern, Australia
Meng Beatrice Cong Connell
Malvern, Australia
Hannah Shackleton
1896 - 1977
Blac, Australia
Emma Lawrence Shackleton
Blac, Australia
Harold Thomas Wi Handley
1905 - 1977
Bair, Australia
Samuel Handley
Bair, Australia
Mary Jane Price Handley
Bair, Australia
Percival Vincent Grace
1902 - 1977
Bair, Australia
Martin Josep Grace
Bair, Australia
Annie Mackay Grace
Bair, Australia
Lindsay Wallis
1929 - 1977
Neer, Australia
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