Thelma (Sedgman) Hosking

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Thelma Thelma (Sedgman) Hosking
Last Known Residence
Carlton, Australia
Summary
Thelma Sedgman Hosking was born into the Sedgman family and married into the Hosking family. She married Whitely Charles Hosking, and they gave birth to Shirley Irene Hosking. We know that Thelma Sedgman Hosking had been residing in Carlton, Australia.
Updated: February 06, 2019
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Thelma Sedgman Hosking
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Thelma Thelma (Sedgman) Hosking
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Carlton, Australia
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Thelma Sedgman Hosking & Whitely Charles Hosking

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1933 - 1954 1933 - 1954

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Thelma Sedgman Hosking married Whitely Charles Hosking, and they gave birth to Shirley Irene Hosking. We know that Thelma Sedgman Hosking had been residing in Carlton, Australia.

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