Tony Jones

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Scorpio/Jones Family - Family Members - Second Generation
... of Robert Scorpio) Anna Devane (previously married to Robert Scorpio, mother of Robin) Anthony "Tony" Jones (brother of Frisco Jones deceased) Barbara Jean "Bobbie" Spencer ... (brother of Tony Jones previously married to Felicia Cummings Jones) Felicia Cummings Jones (previously married to Mac Scorpio) Prunella Witherspoon (cousin of Mac and Robert Scorpio) ...
Tony Jones - See Also
... Anthony Jones (disambiguation) Tony Ray-Jones (1941–1972), British photographer ...
Simone Ravelle Hardy - Tony Jones
... Tony Jones General Hospital character Portrayed by Brad Maule Duration 1984–2006 First appearance April 18, 1984 Last appearance February 10, 2006 Created by Anne Howard Bailey Book appearances Robin's Diary ... Cindy Jones Siblings Frisco Jones Spouse Tania Roskov (1985–87) Lucy Coe (1987–88) Bobbie Spencer (1989–96) Children B ... Jones Adoptive children Lucas Jones Nieces and nephews Maxie Jones Georgie Jones Dr ...
List Of Public Art In Western Australia - Other Metropolitan
... Charles Smith 1995 "Eliza" Matilda Bay Tony Jones 2007 "Feathers" North Street and Marine Parade Roundabout, Swanbourne Anne Neil 2004 "Fledglings" Shenton College, Shenton Park Greg James ... bronze Joondalup Police Academy "Lina" City of Stirling Offices, Cedric Street, Stirling Tony Jones 2005 "Nurture and Growth" Scotch College, Swanbourne Greg James 1997 C ... O'Connor Beach, North Coogee Tony Jones 1999 Herb Elliott and Shirley Strickland, "the Olympians" Burswood Park, Burswood Joan Walsh-Smith, Charles Smith 2001 "Pas de deux" Belmont City College, Belmont ...
GTV - News and Current Affairs - Presenters and Reporters
... Weeknights, 1998–present) Alicia Loxley (Weekends, 2011–present) Sports Presenters Tony Jones (Weeknights, 1990–present) Clint Stanaway (Weekends, 2011–present) Weather ...

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