Eugenie Elizabeth Metzger[1]

Female 1863 - 1928  (65 years)


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  • Name Eugenie Elizabeth Metzger 
    Nickname Jeanie 
    Born 15 Feb 1863  Pleasant Creek [Stawell], Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Birth Registration
      Surname: METZGER: Given Name: Eugenie: Event: Birth: Father: Louis: Mother: Elizabeth HAURIE: Birth Place: PLEA: Year 1863: Reg No 9996. Pioneer Index, Victoria 1836 - 1888]

      HENRY JONES absconded from his licensed service with Louis Metzger, vigneron , Concongella Creek,
      via Stawell, on the 9th inst.
      Description
      :-About 14 years of age, 4 feet 6 inches high,
      square build , dark complexion and hair, strong
      healthy appearance; wore a dark tweed suit and
      black soft-felt hat.-O.4375.
      21st May, 1892.
      Collection Courts & Legal - Victoria Police Gazette document
    Gender Female 
    Personal 14 Apr 1916  The Horsham Times, Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location 
    FOUR SONS ENLIST.
    Mr. and Mrs. W. Toner, of Warracknabeal, have given their last too sons to the service of their country. William and Michael recently joined the colors. and they are now in camp at Castlemaine. This makes a total of four sons engaged in military service. In consenting to the enlistment of the whole of their sons, Mr. and Mrs. Toner have shown the utmost patriotism and sacrifice, more especially as, they are getting up in years, and are utterly dependant upon their boys. It is to be hoped that these valiant young men will be spared to return to Warracknabeal. Their fine example is worthy of emulation by others who are more favorably circumstanced.
    Transcribed from "The Horsham Times, Victoria", Friday 14 April 1916
     
    Military Service 6 Jun 1916  Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mr. W. Toner, son of Mr, and Mrs. Toner, of Warracknabeal, went into camp last week. The whole of the four sons of tho family are now on active service. Two of them recently met in Egypt.
    Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria, Tuesday 6 June 1916 
    Personal 21 Jul 1916  Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location 

    Mr. and Mrs. Toner, of Warracknabeal, received a cable message from their son, Pte. W. C. A. Toner, who left Melbourne on June 3rd to embark at Sydney, stating he had arrived safely at Cairo. Three other sons are with the forces.
    Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria, Friday 21 July 1916
     
    Military Service 26 Oct 1916  Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location 
    AUSTRALIA'S HONOR ROLL
    KILLED AND WOUNDED.
    Mr. and Mrs. Toner have received a message stating,that one of their sons at the front, Private J. J. Toner, has been shot through the right eye.
    Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria, Friday 26 October 1917 
    Personal 1 Dec 1916  The Horsham Times, Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location 
    WARRICKNABAEL
    Mrs. Toner, of Warracknabael, received word through the Defence Department on Thursday night that her son, Private Wallace Toner, had been wounded in action, but had returned to duty. There was no intimation, previously that the young soldier had been injured. Apparently the wouned were not of a serious nature.
    The Horsham Times, Victoria, Friday 1 December 1916 
    Personal 9 Jan 1917  Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Word has been received by his parents that Private Wallis Toner, of Warracknabeal, who returned to duty some time ago after being wounded, is now in hospital suffering from "trench feet."
    Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria, Tuesday 9 January 1917 
    Personal 16 Jan 1917  Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location 
    AUSTRALIA'S HONOR ROLL
    KILLED AND WOUNDED.
    Private Willie Toner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Toner, of Warracknabeal, who was recently wounded in action, is doing well in hospital. He was sitting down having dinner, when a shell burst on his dug-out, and he was lucky that he was not blown to pieces. Fortunately his wounds were not serious. A small piece was taken out of a ring on his finger by a piece of shell, and he says this will be a souvenir of the war. He expects to be a little bit lame for a time, having received a crack on the left knee. The young soldier is well pleased with the treatment he is receiving at the hands of the hospital staff.
    Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria, Tuesday 16 January 1917 
    Personal 1 Jun 1917  Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mr. and Mrs. Toner, of Warracknabael, have been notified by the Defence Department that their, youngest son, Private W. Toner, who was wounded some time ago, has been invalided home.
    Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria, Friday 1 June 1917
     
    Personal 3 Jul 1917  Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location 
    ACTIVE SERVICE.
    OUR BOYS AT THE FRONT.
    Signaller J. J. Toner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Toner of Warracknabeal, has written bright and cheerful letters to his parents from France, the last being dated April 27th. Among other things, he says that he had a letter from his brother Willie, who stated that he was all right again, and had a good time 'in London on furlough. "Swallow" was also on leave at the same time, and Mick was at Blighty. The change would do them good.

    With respect to affairs in France, Signaller Toner says :?"Mail is very scarce, and everybody is In the same boat. We are on the move most of the time, and It is difficult to get our letters. The only way we can keep up correspondence is by field cards, I am doing my shift on the telephone, and am writing at midnight.

    We are now in the green fields of France, and still pushing the Germans back. I have had a fair spin, but am still happy, and going strong, though a bit bent up. The weather is brighter, and the days much longer. We have daylight till nearly 9 o'clock. We are looking forward to some fine sunny weather.

    A few days ago we had a bit of a mix up, and the bad luck to have a man killed and three wounded in our battery. I am in the best of health, and satisfied that I can stay it out in good style. I trust I may have the luck to be there when we start to fire our guns on German soil. We will not hesitate when we range our guns on to some of Fritz's towns. That will be the time when we get some of our own back.

    I often have a talk with Charlie McGuinness. He is in good health. My work on the telephone is not a bad job. Better than poking about in the stables among the mules.

    Give my regards to friends who may inquire about me. Good wishes to all. Cheero! Never worry! All happy!"

    Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria, Tuesday 3 July 1917  
    Personal 14 Aug 1917  Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location 
    ROSEBERY
    By Our Correspondent
    WELCOME HOME.
    The residents of Rosebery and district turned out in full force on Wednesday night to a welcome home social to Private Wattie Toner, of Warracknabeal, who has been invalided home from the front. Prior to enlisting Private Toner was in the employ of Cr. McMahon. A short programme of musical items was much enjoyed. Mr. Anderson made an efficient chairman, and spoke in glowing terms of the patriotic spirit of the guest in going to fight for King and country, and referred to the good reports of the bravery of Private Toner at the front, which the guest had not mentioned, but which had been written home in letters by comrades. On behalf of the residents, Mr. Anderson presented the guest with a gold medal, inscribed, and said he was very pleased to welcome him back again., Messrs. Mitchell and Roll endorsed the chairman's remarks. Private Toner, in a neat speech, thanked all present for their kindness, and for the medal, which he would always prize. The company lustily sang, "For he's a jolly good fellow," and gave three hearty cheers.

    The ladies provided a supper in their usual good style. The dance which
    followed proved most enjoyable to
    those who care for the pastime.

    Appended is the programme:?"God save the King" and "God bless our splendid men." overture, Miss Oakley; song,
    "Sing us a song of Australia," Miss Thwaite; song, "Anzas," Miss Oakley; recitation. "When the old man starts to plough," Otto Bierwith; song, "A Broken Doll." Mr. Stimpson (a returned soldier, who added a very good
    recruiting verse to the song); recitation, "Larkhill Camp," Neville Darley; song. Miss Thwaite; song, "Urchins we," Otto Bierwith, George and Ada Thwaite. The piano was kindly lent by Mrs. Thwaite.
    Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria, Tuesday 14 August 1917 
    Personal 23 Oct 1917  Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location 
    AUSTRALIA'S HONOR ROLL
    KILLED AND WOUNDED
    Mr. and Mrs. Toner, of Warracknabeal, have received word, that their son, Private Willie Toner, was wounded in the recent fighting in Belgium. This is the second time the young soldier has received injuries in action, having boon wounded about 12 months ago.
    Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria, Tuesday 23 October 1917 
    Personal 30 Oct 1917  Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location 
    AUSTRALIA'S HONOR ROLL
    KILLED AND WOUNDED.
    Gunner J. J. Toner, son of Mrs. Toner, of Warracknabeal, has been admitted to hospital suffering front mild gunshot wound in the right eye. Mrs. Toner also received word on Friday that her third son, Private M. F. Lloyd, of the 46th Battalion, has been wounded, but no details are yet to hand.
    Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria, Tuesday 30 October 1917
     
    Personal 30 Oct 1917  Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Warracknabeal.
    Gunner J. J. Toner, son of Mrs. Toner, of Warracknabeal, has been admitted to hospital. Suffering front mild gunshot wound in the right eye. Mrs. Toner also received word on Friday that her third son, Private M. F. Lloyd, of the 46th Battalion, has been wounded, but no details are yet to hand.
    Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria, Tuesday 30 October 1917 
    Enlistment 6 Nov 1917  Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mr. W. Toner, a returned soldier, has, enlisted again. It is only, a few weeks ago since Rosebery gave him a welcome home. He is to be commended for his patriotic spirit.
    Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria, Tuesday 6 November 1917  
    Personal 6 Nov 1917  Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location 
    RED CROSS PARCEL.
    A parcel sent by the Red Cross Society to Private Wattle Toner, in July,
    1916, has been returned to the secretary as unclaimed. It had evidently followed Private Toner to hospital and various addresses, and after fifteen months was returned in the original paper wrapping. It was since handed on to the owner, who has been back from the front-for several months.
    Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria, Tuesday 6 November 1917 
    Personal 16 Nov 1917  The Horsham Times, Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location 
    WARRICKNABEAL
    Private Jack Toner, writing to his parents from the front in Belgium on September 1st, stated that he was in good health, though tired of the war. He mentioned that he had celebrated his third birthday since he left Australia. Horsham Times, Victoria, Friday 16 November 1917 
    Military Service 23 Nov 1917  Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location 
    AUSTRALIA'S HONOR ROLL
    KILLED AND WOUNDED.
    Mrs. Toner, of Warracknabeal, has been notified that her son, Private M. F. Lloyd, was admitted to the 17th Casual
    ity Clearing Station on October 21st. suffering from gunshot wounds in the chest (dangerous).
    Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria, Friday 23 November 1917 
    Personal 7 Dec 1917  Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location 
    AUSTRALIA'S HONOR BOLL
    KILLED AND WOUNDED.
    Mrs. Toner, of Warracknabael, has been further advised her son, Private W. C. A. Toner, was admitted to the Princess Christian Hospital, England, on October 31st, suffering from gunshot wound in the left arm and fractured humerus. (severe).
    Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria, Friday 7 December 1917 
    Personal 5 Feb 1918  Warracknabeal Herald,Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location 
    INJURED SOLDIERS.
    Mr. and Mrs. Toner, of Warracknaeal, have been notified by the Defence
    Department that their son. Private Willie Toner, is returning to Australia. This soldier enlisted in 1915, and saw a great deal of fighting. He was wounded on two occasions and the second time had his arm fractured.

    Gunner Jack Toner, in a letter to his parents on December 3rd. from the Red Cross Hospital, Huntingdon, England, writes :"My eye is doing splendidly and Willie is also progressing satisfactorily. We are now away from the guns, and a step on the road home. Don't worry about me losing my eye. I had a long and lucky spin of it, and I am thankful to get out of it with one eye. I received a parcel from the Red Cross in Warracknabeal, packed by Miss Mackenzie, and I wish you to thank the society on my behalf."

    Another son, Private Michael Toner, is also among the wounded in England. The latest information regarding him is that his condition is statisfactory.

    Warracknabeal Herald,Victoria, Tuesday 5 February 1918 
    Personal 26 Mar 1918  Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location 
    DIED ON SERVICE.
    The flags In the town were flying at half-mast yesterday, word having been received by the Rev. Father Lynch from the Defence Department that Private Michael F. Lloyd, son of Mrs. Toner, of Warracknabeal, had died on service. Some time ago Private Lloyd was reported as having been wounded, and it was stated that he had been removed to England for treatment.
    Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria, Tuesday 26 March 1918  
    Personal 29 Mar 1918  Dunmunkle Standard, Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Word was received at Warraeknabeal on Monday that Private Michael F. Lloyd, son of Mrs. Toner, of that town, had died on service. Some time ago Private Lloyd was reported as having been wounded, and it was stated that he had been removed to England for treatment.
    Dunmunkle Standard, Victoria, Friday 29 March 1918 
    Bereavement 5 Apr 1918  Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location 
    BEREAVEMENT.
    Mrs. Toner, of Warracknabeal, wishes to tender her sincere thanks to many friends for cards and expressions of sympathy received in connection with the death of her son on active service. Thanks are specially tendered to Rev. W. Naismith for his sympathetic and comforting letter.
    Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria, Friday 5 April 1918  
    Returning to Australia 17 May 1918  Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location 
    PERSONAL.
    Gunner J. J. Toner son of Mr. and Mrs. Toner, of Warracknabeal, is returning to Australia, having been invalided home through the loss of his right eye. Gunner Toner has been over three years on active service, and was also at Gallipoli.
    Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria, Friday 17 May 1918 
    Personal 7 Jun 1918  Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mrs. Toner, of Warracknabeal, has left for Melbourne to meet her son, Gunner J. J. Toner, who is retuning from the front.
    Warracknabeal Herald, Victoria, Friday 7 June 1918 
    Electoral Roll 1914 -1924  Warracknabeal Find all individuals with events at this location 
    VICTORIA ELECTORAL ROLL 1914
    Division of Wimmera - Subdivision of Warracknabeal
    No 2423: TONER, Eugenie: Place of Living: Warracknabeal : Occupation: home duties
    No2134: TONER, William Porter: Place of Living: Warracknabeal : Occupation: wool -classer

    VICTORIA ELECTORAL ROLL 1919
    Division of Wimmera - Subdivision of Warracknabeal
    No 2596: TONER, Eugenie: Place of Living: Warracknabeal : Occupation: home duties
    No 2598: TONER, William Porter: Place of Living: Warracknabeal : Occupation: wool -classer

    VICTORIA ELECTORAL ROLL 1924
    Division of Wimmera - Subdivision of Warracknabeal
    No 2615: TONER, Eugenie: Place of Living: Warracknabeal : Occupation: home duties
    No 2617: TONER, William Porter: Place of Living: Warracknabeal : Occupation: wool -classer
     
    Died 04 Jun 1928  St. Vincents Hospital, Fitzroy. Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Death Registration
      Surname: TONER: Given Name: Eugenia: Father: METZDER Louis: Mother: Unknown: Death Place: FITZROY: Age: 65: Year: 1928: No 5609 [Victoria Death Index 1921 -1985]

      Name Eugenie E Toner
      Occupation Married
      Death Date 03 Jun 1928
      Event Place Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
      Residence City Warracknabeal
      Event Date 13 Aug 1928
      Series Number 223
      Record Number 046
      "Australia, Victoria, Index to Probate Registers, 1841-1989," database with images, FamilySearch

      Information from Eugenie's Death Certificate.
      Eugenie Toner died on 04 Jun 1928 in St Vincent's Hospital, Fitzroy and was buried on 06 Jun 1928 in Warracknabeal Cemetery, Warracknabeal, Victoria.
      The officiating clergman was Rev J. H. Davis, Catholic Priest. Her given age was 65 years. The cause of her death was Cholycystitis and Toxcemia.
      Her father was Louis Metzger, Vigneron and her mother name was unknown.
      The informant of her death was E. V. Ellis. Agent, 1 Latrobe St., Melbourne.
      Eugenie was born at Stawell, Victoria and lived for four years in New South Wales and 61 years in Victoria.
      Her first marriage was at Stawell to Lloyd, christian name unknown.
      The children listed from this marriage are Michael Francis and Louis Phillip, ages unknown.
      Her second marriage was at Footscray at 25 years to William Toner.
      The children listed from this marriage were, Mary age 38: John, age 36: William, age 34: Wallace age 32: Christina [dead]: Herbert age 28: Lena age 25.

      Note: Mary was Mary Kathleen Lloyd. Her father was Patrick Lloyd.

      (Her second marriage was at Footscray at 25 years to William Toner. this would make the marriage in 1888)

      Eugenie E Toner, Married, Warracknabeal, 03 Jun 1928
      223/046.
      (Victoria Probate Records 1841-1989 )
    Buried 6 Jun 1928  Warracknabeal Cemetery, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Death Notice 12 Jun 1928  The Horsham Times, Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location 
    The death took place on Sunday afternoon last week of Mrs. W. Toner, wife of Mr. W. Toner, well known in Warracknabeal, Sheep Hills and Brim. The deceased proceeded to Melbourne to undergo an operation at St. Vincent's Hospital, but her strength failed and she passed away that afternoon.
    She was 65 years of age.
    Transcribed from "The Horsham Times, Victoria", Tuesday 12 June 1928
     
    Person ID I5560  Hickey, List, Bundesen, Thomsen, Jensen, Jessen
    Last Modified 22 Feb 2021 

    Father Louis Metzger,   b. 24 Dec 1820, Mollkirch, Department of Bas - Rhin, Alsace, France Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 16 Mar 1903, St. Louis' Vineyard, Doctor's Creek, Stawell, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 82 years) 
    Mother Élisabeth /Elizabeth Haurie,   b. 24 May 1826, Nablas, Pyrénées-Atlantiques , Department of Bas, France Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 07 Feb 1868, Pleasant Creek {Stawell}. Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 41 years) 
    Married 29 Aug 1854  Strasbourg, Department of Bas, France Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Groom's Name: Louis Metzger
      Groom's Birth Date: 24 Dec 1820
      Groom's Birthplace: Mollkirch, Bas Rhin
      Groom's Age:
      Bride's Name: Elisabeth Haurie
      Bride's Birth Date: 24 May 1826
      Bride's Birthplace: Nabas, Basses Pyrenees
      Bride's Age:
      Marriage Date: 29 Aug 1854
      Marriage Place: Strasbourg, Bas-Rhin, France
      Groom's Father's Name: Louis Metzger
      Groom's Mother's Name: Odile Kammerlocher
      Bride's Father's Name: Pierre Haurie
      Bride's Mother's Name: Marie Loustau

      Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M83580-6 System Origin: France-EASy Source Film Number: 759123
      (Latter Day Saints, France Marriages, 1546-1924)

      Union: Acte de mariage N° 325 - METZGER Louis et HAURIE Elisabeth 29 août 1854 - Strasbourg - Registre d'état civil - Mariage - 1854 - Deed - Archives départementales du Bas Rhin - http://archives.bas-rhin.fr - Original aux Archives Municipales de Strasbourg.
      (From the Family tree of Corinne Mathilde SIMON, France)
    Family ID F1359  Group Sheet

    Family 1 Patrick Lloyd,   b. Abt 1863, Limerick, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Unknown, Unknown Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married 17 Apr 1882  St Patrick's Church Stawell, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Patrick Lloyd , bachelor, residence, Lexington, farmer, son of Michael Lloyd, farmer, and Ellen Barrett was married to Eugenie Metzger, aged 19, spinster, residence Concongella, daughter of Louis Metzger, vigneron, and Elizabeth Haurie, were married in St Patrick's Chureh, Stawell, on 17 Apr 1882.
      Michael Lloyd was the first witness and Eliza Metzger the second. Michael signed with his name, Eliza with a mark.
      Married by Rev. F. Fitzgerald, Roman Catholic Priest.
      Eugenie and Patrick were by Licence
      (Roman Catholic Marriages, St Patrick's Church, Stawell)

      Patrick Lloyd was born in Co. Limerick, Ireland, and Eugenie at Concongella, Victoria. Michael Lloyd, Patrick's father also gave his consent.
      (Marriage Certificate, Victoria Birth, Death, and Marriages)

      Eliza Metzger-Eliza Lloyd, Patrick's Aunt and Louis Metzger's second wife.

      There is a handwritten note from Louis Metzger, to Rev. Howell, dated 17 Apr 1882.

      Your Reverence,
      I give my consent and permission to marry my daughter, Eugenie Metzger to Patrick Lloyd.
      Louis Metzger

    Children 
     1. Odilia Lloyd,   b. 1882, Stawell, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1883, Williamstown, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 1 years)
     2. Michael Francis Lloyd,   b. 1883/1884, Stawell, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 21 Mar 1918, Fort Pitt Military Hospital, Chatham, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 34 years)
    +3. Louis Phillpe Lloyd,   b. 1884, Stawell, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1966, Echua, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 82 years)
    +4. Mary Kathleen Josephine Lloyd/Toner,   b. 20 Sep 1890, Donald Street, Footscray, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 3 Jul 1968, Warracknabeal, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 77 years)
    Last Modified 22 Feb 2021 
    Family ID F1803  Group Sheet

    Family 2 William Porter Toner,   b. 1868, Gaffneys, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 17 Aug 1956, Ararat, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 88 years) 
    Children 
    +1. John Joseph Toner,   b. 31 Aug 1893, Footscray, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Jun 1976, Ivanhoe, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 82 years)
    +2. William Clarence Ambrose Toner,   b. 1894, Menindee, New South Wales, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1981, Ararat, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 87 years)
     3. Wallace Patrick Bernard Toner,   b. 1896, Menindee ,New South Wales, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1965, Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 69 years)
     4. Christina Victorine Toner,   b. Abt 1897, New South Wales or Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1902, Stawell, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 5 years)
    +5. Herbert George Toner,   b. 1901, New South Wales or Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 10 Mar 1933, Warracknabeal, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 32 years)
    +6. Lena May Toner,   b. 1904, Sheep Hills, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1959, Ararat, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 55 years)
    Last Modified 19 Jan 2010 
    Family ID F1838  Group Sheet

  • Sources 
    1. [S66] Mrs Laurina Collins.


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