Sofra Rachel (Talmage) Templeton

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updated February 06, 2019
Sofra Rachel Talmage Templeton was born into the Talmage family and married into the Templeton family. She married Worley Charles Giles Templeton, and they gave birth to Agnes Emily Elizabeth Templeton. We know that Sofra Rachel Talmage Templeton had been residing in Sshine, Australia.

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Agnes Emily Elizabeth Templeton
1889 - 1952
Sshine, Australia

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Sofra Rachel Talmage Templeton married Worley Charles Giles Templeton, and they gave birth to Agnes Emily Elizabeth Templeton. We know that Sofra Rachel Talmage Templeton had been residing in Sshine, Australia.
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John Fran Templeton
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Coburg, Australia
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Shirley Talmage
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Victoria Talmage
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