Thomas Handley

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updated February 06, 2019
Thomas Handley married Doris Taylor, and they gave birth to Hugh Handley. We know that Thomas Handley had been residing in North Melbourne, Australia.

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Thomas Handley

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North Melbourne, Australia

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Doris Taylor Handley
North Melbourne, Australia

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Hugh Handley
1875 - 1950
North Melbourne, Australia

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Thomas Handley married Doris Taylor, and they gave birth to Hugh Handley. We know that Thomas Handley had been residing in North Melbourne, Australia.
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Texas, United States
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Doris Taylor Handley
North Melbourne, Australia
Sophia Maria Handley
1864 - 1950
Mbeena, Australia
Page Joseph William Handley
Mbeena, Australia
Mary Earl Handley
1897 - 1950
Buln Buln, Australia
Walter Handley
Buln Buln, Australia
Mary Ann (Sullivan) Handley
Buln Buln, Australia
Wayne Richard Handley
Died: 1951
Carlton, Australia
John Richard Handley
Carlton, Australia
Joyce Dory Bailey Handley
Carlton, Australia
Florence Handley
1909 - 1951
Parkville, Australia
Malone Patrick Denis Handley
Parkville, Australia
Mary Ellen Hickey Handley
Parkville, Australia
Edwin Fran Handley
1876 - 1951
S Hills, Australia
John Handley
S Hills, Australia
Adelaide Hippsley Handley
S Hills, Australia
Amy Frances Handley
1883 - 1951
Wggi, Australia
Murphy Amos Handley
Wggi, Australia
N K Jane Handley
Wggi, Australia
Herbert James Handley
1878 - 1952
Bwick, Australia

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North Melbourne, Australia
Selina Ellen Coyle
1867 - 1950
Albt Pk, Australia
Hellier Thomas Coyle
Albt Pk, Australia
Mary Oconnell Coyle
Albt Pk, Australia
Victor Charles Mcmillen
1907 - 1950
Heidelberg, Australia
Thomas Mcmillen
Heidelberg, Australia
Bridget Harrison Mcmillen
Heidelberg, Australia
Zelda Lilian Wood
1915 - 1950
Wtown, Australia
Charles Edwin James Wood
Wtown, Australia
Annie Pattison Wood
Wtown, Australia
Arthur Charles Nicholson
1873 - 1950
Prahran, Australia
Elsie Smith Center
1867 - 1950
South Melbourne, Australia
John Center
South Melbourne, Australia
Jane Smith Center
South Melbourne, Australia
Michael Kennedy
1861 - 1950
P Vale, Australia
Patrick Kennedy
P Vale, Australia
Bridget Collins Kennedy
P Vale, Australia
Fanny Eliza Sawyer
1865 - 1950
S Hills, Australia
Graver Sawyer
S Hills, Australia
Barbara Grainger
1862 - 1950
Preston, Australia
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