William Amos Croxford

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William Amos Croxford married Fanny Charlotte King, and they gave birth to Arthur Francis Croxford. We know that William Amos Croxford had been residing in Pasc, Australia.

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William Amos Croxford

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Arthur Francis Croxford
1899 - 1965
Pasc, Australia

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William Amos Croxford married Fanny Charlotte King, and they gave birth to Arthur Francis Croxford. We know that William Amos Croxford had been residing in Pasc, Australia.
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