Donald Lochiel Teasdale moment please
Donald Lochiel Teasdale
This is Julie Cooper nee Teasdale at the grave site of DAL Teasdale in France.
Donald Alexander Lochiel Teasdale was the son of John Watson and Catherine Teasdale. I have him as being born in Rupanyup on 3/4/1893. The original post here refers to an infant who died at 7 months in 1892 in Rupanyup, so I'm not sure if that is incorrect, or if they went on to have another child the following year calling him a near identical name. The original Donald here does not have the 2nd name Alexander, so this may have been the case.
Date & Place: Not specified or unknown.
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