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Agnes Goodearl

Updated Mar 25, 2024
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Agnes Goodearl
Agnes Goodearl was a distant relative on my father's side of the family. Written on the back of this photo:
"Agnus [sic] Goodearl
Kingston, Canada

Lady Jessie's sister

subject of King George"

(The three girls in the photo with her aren't named - possibly her grandchildren?)
Date & Place: in Kingston, Frontenac County, Ontario Canada
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Agnes Goodearl
Agnes M. Goodearl was born in 1863 in ON Canada. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Agnes Goodearl.
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