Stephen Pilcher

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updated February 06, 2019
Stephen Pilcher married Mary Isabella Joyce, and they gave birth to Herbert Pilcher. We know that Stephen Pilcher had been residing in Brighton, Australia.

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Stephen Pilcher

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Stephen Pilcher & Mary Isabella Joyce Pilcher

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Mary Isabella Joyce Pilcher
Brighton, Australia

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Herbert Pilcher
1886 - 1960
Brighton, Australia

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Stephen Pilcher married Mary Isabella Joyce, and they gave birth to Herbert Pilcher. We know that Stephen Pilcher had been residing in Brighton, Australia.
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Stephen H Jr Pilcher
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Other Pilchers

Mary Isabella Joyce Pilcher
Brighton, Australia
Marion Lynette Pilcher
Died: 1961
Carlton, Australia
Michael Edwa Pilcher
Carlton, Australia
Mariana Jean Jolly Pilcher
Carlton, Australia
Florence Stella Pilcher
1891 - 1963
Clunes, Australia
Newell Reuben Pilcher
Clunes, Australia
Edith Isobel Doethe Pilcher
Clunes, Australia
Sylvia Lilly Pilcher
1905 - 1964
Fitzroy, Australia
Reid James Pilcher
Fitzroy, Australia
Jane Coulson Pilcher
Fitzroy, Australia
Elizabeth Pinnel Pilcher
1902 - 1964
Kera, Australia
Carnochan Andr Pilcher
Kera, Australia
Martha Fisher Pilcher
Kera, Australia
Kenneth Archie Pilcher
1948 - 1966
Kalk, Australia
Archie Pilcher
Kalk, Australia
Alice Jean Shaw Pilcher
Kalk, Australia
Katherine Grace Pilcher
Died: 1966
Bendigo, Australia
William Alfr Pilcher
Bendigo, Australia
Lorraine Isab Hester Pilcher
Bendigo, Australia
Alice Myrtle Pilcher
1898 - 1966
Castlemaine, Australia

Other Bios

Mary Isabella Joyce Pilcher
Brighton, Australia
John Mcfarlane
1878 - 1960
Brighton, Australia
John Mcfarlane
Brighton, Australia
Margaret Mclaughlin Mcfarlane
Brighton, Australia
Kazimierz Halicki
1920 - 1960
Broa, Australia
Josef Halicki
Broa, Australia
Julia Mackiewicz Halicki
Broa, Australia
Katherine Ahern
1877 - 1960
Broa, Australia
Corcoran John Ahern
Broa, Australia
Maria Asey Ahern
Broa, Australia
Alice Bowman
1892 - 1960
Broa, Australia
Sherman John Bowman
Broa, Australia
Matilda Ryland
1880 - 1960
Broa, Australia
Carson John He Ryland
Broa, Australia
Margaret Carson Ryland
Broa, Australia
William Alan Bathman
1958 - 1960
Broa, Australia
John Milne Bathman
Broa, Australia
Valda Jean Gooch Bathman
Broa, Australia
Leonard William Spragg
1902 - 1960
Broa, Australia
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