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Birth:1888 - Place
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Family tree (NEILL) in Family site (BackupMyTree), managed by Marilyn Strang
Birth:1888
Husband:Name of husband
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Family tree (NEILL_2011-05-14) in Family site (BackupMyTree), managed by Marilyn Strang
Birth:1888
Husband:Name of husband
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Text:"..., Phyllis Lambe, Edna Kelclier, Arar.« Krnni'ilr, Ivy Webb, Ernest White (MissKathleenO'Neill), Kathleen Hell, Alirln Ferïn son, Kilei"! Poivr, Miry Tuck (Pies-ntatlon RMcrs, KV'cinn-IcK), I..."
Publication:July 13 1921 - Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Page:7
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Text:"...;Queen" candidate, MissKathleenO'Neill, was held. The hall was decorated in canopy effect with multi coloured fringing suspend ed from the centre. The stage was converted into a lounge..."
Publication:Apr 22 1954 - Longreach, Queensland, Australia
Page:8
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Text:"... and MissKathleenO'Neill. (Junior division.) — Master Tom Brennan. Algebra. — Miss Eileen Cleary. French and Gorman.— (Sub-matricula tion class). — Miss Annie Dunphy. French. — (3rd division.) —Miss Kitty..."
Publication:Dec 18 1897 - Ovens, Victoria, Australia
Page:7
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Text:"..., Fred Erickson and Jack Young (Wingham), Mr. P. Slyney was a capable M.C. Thore were two fancy sets, the prize - going to 'Tho Rajah and Princess' set, arranged by MissKathleenO'Neill, and consisting..."
Publication:Aug 26 1926 - Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Page:35
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Text:"... night the death occurred of MissKathleenO'Neill, -laughter of Mrs. and the late Air. Cou O'Neill, of Duff-street, South Bro Ucn Hill. /The deceased, a niece of Air. li. P. -O'neill, ivas 19 years and ll..."
Publication:Aug 17 1928 - Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia
Page:1
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Text:"... and Boys; 8png» Myyl)ad's-, the. Engineer ' — ? MissKathleen . O'Neill; Dialogue, ' Where Ignorarice.is Bliss' — Masters Da,wson; Elliott and Davis ; Tambour ine Mai-ch and -Drill — Senior Girls ; Song..."
Publication:Sep 15 1905 - Bombala, New South Wales, Australia
Page:2
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Text:"... of pansies, carnations and roses added a touch of color. Misses E. Young and Isobel Brown were the secretaries, Mrs. J. Heywood and MissKathleenO'Neill were treasurers, and the following were vice..."
Publication:Nov 27 1930 - Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Page:20
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Text:"..., Annie*.- Malone, Monica Murphy, Muriel Richardson, Willie Flaherty, Harry Gibbons, Joe Walsh Tom Flaherty. "Seaside Flappers" (MissKO'Neill): KathleenO'Neill, Bride O Donnell, Jean Gillan..."
Publication:Oct 5 1923 - Midland Junction, Western Australia, Australia
Page:3
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Text:"... also, while amongst those who enter tained were MissKathleenO'Neill, brown flat crepe; Mary O'Neill, black lace; Sheila Daley, sea blue flamisol; Noma Biden, cameo pink satin; M. Nicholson, Helen O..."
Publication:June 29 1933 - Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Page:17
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Text:"... and Isabel Brown os honorary secretaries, and Mrs. Keywood and MissKathleenO'Neill ns joint honorary treasurers. Other committee mem- bers were Mesdames J. Beneke, C. Lawler, H. Finny, Hope, McScullin..."
Publication:Nov 19 1930 - Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Page:7
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Text:"...'Brien were vice-presidents; the Misses E. Young and Isobcl Brown, lion, secretaries; Mrs. J. Keywood and MissKathleenO'Neill, hon. treasurers. Those present included Mrs. S. A, Burns (who was looking..."
Publication:Nov 20 1930 - Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Page:23
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Text:"... by Stanle Attwell and KathleenO'Neill. In the evening a concert and dane presided over by Mr. Mcinnes, brough a very successful day to a close. In eluded in the programme were the fol lowing items..."
Publication:July 26 1919 - Albany, Western Australia, Australia
Page:4