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Lenard Leslie Gigler (1920 - 1984)

Lenard Leslie (Len) Gigler
Born in Murgon, Queensland, Australiamap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married 13 Dec 1941 in Kilkivan, Queensland, Australiamap
Father of and [private daughter (1940s - unknown)]
Died in Brisbane, Queensland, Australiamap
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Profile last modified | Created 7 Aug 2020 | Last significant change: 6 Jan 2021
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Len Gigler has German Roots.



Leonard was born in 1921. He was the son of Gus Gigler and Mary Schafferius. He passed away in 1984. [1]


Birth registration: Lenard Leslie Gigler Birth date: 20/11/1920 Mother's name: Margretha Doretha Schafferius Father/parent's name: Gustav Frederick Gigler Registration details: 1920/C/13427[2]


Marriage registration: Ena Margaret Braysher Marriage date: 13/12/1941 Spouse's name: Leonard Leslie Gigler Registration details:1942/C/512[3]


Death registration: Leonard Leslie Gigler Birth year: 1921 Death date: 16/10/1984 Mother's name: Margaretha Doretha Schafferius Father/parent's name: Gustav Frederick Gigler Registration details: 1984//7944[4]


Redcliffe Cemetery Kippa-Ring, Moreton Bay Region, Queensland, Australia Show Map PLOT Section CO1,Row G,Plot 37 [5]


  1. The Schafferius Story p107 2001 Kerry Atkins
  2. Queensland Birth Registration 1920/C/13427
  3. Queensland Marriage Registration 1942/C/512
  4. Queensland Death Registration 1984//7944
  5. Find A Grave: Memorial #183788934

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