Veronica May (Russell) Cruickshank

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Veronica May Russell Cruickshank was born into the Russell family and married into the Cruickshank family. She married Leslie George Cruickshank, and they gave birth to Raym Thomas Cruickshank. We know that Veronica May Russell Cruickshank had been residing in Fscray, Australia.

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Fscray, Australia

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Veronica May Russell Cruickshank & Leslie George Cruickshank

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Leslie George Cruickshank
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Raym Thomas Cruickshank
Died: 1950
Fscray, Australia

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Veronica May Russell Cruickshank married Leslie George Cruickshank, and they gave birth to Raym Thomas Cruickshank. We know that Veronica May Russell Cruickshank had been residing in Fscray, Australia.
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Marie Cruickshank
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Margaret Broadfoot Cruickshank
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Walter George Russell
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Emmaline Rowe Russell
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Ronald John Russell
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Melbourne, Australia
Alf James Russell
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Nora Margaret Sloan Russell
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Lee James Coppel Russell-Browne
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1868 - 1950
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James Gordon
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Mary Louisa Marks Gordon
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Surrey H, Australia
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