Stephen John Pilcher

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updated February 06, 2019
Stephen John Pilcher married Ellen Mary, and they gave birth to Irene Matilda Pilcher. We know that Stephen John Pilcher had been residing in Bendigo, Australia.

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Stephen John Pilcher

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Bendigo, Australia

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Stephen John Pilcher & Ellen Mary Pilcher

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Ellen Mary Pilcher
Bendigo, Australia

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Irene Matilda Pilcher
1909 - 1981
Bendigo, Australia

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Stephen John Pilcher married Ellen Mary, and they gave birth to Irene Matilda Pilcher. We know that Stephen John Pilcher had been residing in Bendigo, Australia.
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Stephen H Jr Pilcher
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Other Pilchers

Ellen Mary Pilcher
Bendigo, Australia
Dale Robert Pilcher
1974 - 1981
Wangaratta, Australia
John Alexand Pilcher
Wangaratta, Australia
Selina Marie Pilcher
Wangaratta, Australia
Stephen John Pilcher
1909 - 1982
Alto, Australia
John Pilcher
Alto, Australia
Emily Pilcher
Alto, Australia
George Henry Pilcher
1904 - 1983
Bendigo, Australia
Alfred Pilcher
Bendigo, Australia
Jane Peatling Pilcher
Bendigo, Australia
Archie Pilcher
1915 - 1984
Bendigo, Australia
Albert Ambrose Pilcher
Bendigo, Australia
Frances Pilcher
Bendigo, Australia
Robert William Pilcher
1914 - 1984
Mtma, Australia
William Freder Pilcher
Mtma, Australia
Rachele Pilcher
Mtma, Australia
Chloris Pilcher
1906 - 1985
Bendigo, Australia
Doggett Thomas Pilcher
Bendigo, Australia
Helen Pilcher
Bendigo, Australia

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Ellen Mary Pilcher
Bendigo, Australia
Richard Ormond Quinn
Apr 9, 1905 - Apr 26, 1981
New Bern, NC
Richard Quinn
Wangaratta, Australia
Christi Violet Quinn
Wangaratta, Australia
William Edwin Simpson
1900 - 1981
Fran, Australia
Edward Charlotte Simpson
Fran, Australia
Margaret Simpson
Fran, Australia
Beatrice Lillian Davis
Jan 12, 1904 - August 1981
Santa Ana, California
Grigsby Thomas Davis
Caulfield, Australia
Kezia Annie Davis
Caulfield, Australia
Olwyn Mary Carpenter
1918 - 1981
Caulfield, Australia
Baker James Al Carpenter
Caulfield, Australia
Maggie Carpenter
Caulfield, Australia
Kenneth James Cain
1923 - 1981
Balw, Australia
James Cain
Balw, Australia
Bridget Cain
Balw, Australia
Pearl Jane Carmody
1889 - 1981
Bair, Australia
Mccaughey Will Carmody
Bair, Australia
Elizabeth Carmody
Bair, Australia
Wilfred Greer Cross
1917 - 1981
High, Australia
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