Smith Ward Claringbolt Smith

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updated February 06, 2019
Smith Ward Claringbolt Smith married Sarah Agnes Lacey, and they gave birth to Frederick Joseph Smith. We know that Smith Ward Claringbolt Smith had been residing in St Leonard, Australia.

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Smith Ward Claringbolt Smith & Sarah Agnes Lacey Smith

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Sarah Agnes Lacey Smith
St Leonard, Australia

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Frederick Joseph Smith
1911 - 1985
St Leonard, Australia

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Smith Ward Claringbolt Smith married Sarah Agnes Lacey, and they gave birth to Frederick Joseph Smith. We know that Smith Ward Claringbolt Smith had been residing in St Leonard, Australia.
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1905 - 1985
Footscray, Australia
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Footscray, Australia
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Mount Eliza, Australia
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