Ann (Collier) Birnie

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Ann Ann (Collier) Birnie
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updated February 06, 2019
Ann Collier Birnie was born into the Collier family and married into the Birnie family. She married Birnie William Francis Birnie, and they gave birth to Ethel Louisa Birnie. We know that Ann Collier Birnie had been residing in Wgul, Australia.

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Ann Collier Birnie

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Wgul, Australia

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Ethel Louisa Birnie
1869 - 1949
Wgul, Australia

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Ann Collier Birnie married Birnie William Francis Birnie, and they gave birth to Ethel Louisa Birnie. We know that Ann Collier Birnie had been residing in Wgul, Australia.
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1861 - 1950
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George Birnie

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Elsie Hutchinson Birnie

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John Irving Birnie
1897 - 1954
Geelong, Australia
Norman Birnie

Geelong, Australia
Barbara Birnie

Geelong, Australia
Robert Kenneth Birnie
1890 - 1956
Hawthorn, Australia
Norman Birnie

Hawthorn, Australia
Barbara Irving Birnie

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Died: 1958
Ring, Australia
Stuart John Birnie

Ring, Australia
Gordon James Birnie
Died: 1959
Castlemaine, Australia
Kenneth Robe Birnie

Castlemaine, Australia
Dulcie Doreen Peters Birnie

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Dorothy Elizabet Birnie
1893 - 1964
Malvern, Australia
Campbell John Birnie

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1880 - 1949
Sandhurst, Australia
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1903 - 1950
Port Melbourne, Australia
John Collier

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Margaret Bruce Fairbairn Collier

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Christopher William Collier
1917 - 1950
Heidelberg, Australia
Uk Collier

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1864 - 1950
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Jenkin Collier

Ewick, Australia
Elizabeth Collier
1870 - 1950
Box H, Australia
Johnstone Andrew Collier

Box H, Australia
Ann Hood Collier

Box H, Australia
William Wight Collier
1900 - 1950
Carnegie, Australia
Frederick George Collier

Carnegie, Australia
Jane Logan Wight Collier

Carnegie, Australia
Frederick George Collier
1871 - 1950
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1875 - 1949
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1892 - 1949
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Sarah Ann Pearce Best

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Donald Percival Kelly
Died: 1949
Wgul, Australia
Kelly Percival Kelly

Wgul, Australia
Mary Olga Matanas Kelly

Wgul, Australia
Ada Rowena Lennox
1883 - 1949
Wgul, Australia
Brooker Samuel Lennox

Wgul, Australia
Agnes Ann Negus Lennox

Wgul, Australia
Caroline Doris Furnell
1903 - 1949
Wgul, Australia
Mary Jane Dart Furnell

Wgul, Australia
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1889 - 1949
Wgul, Australia
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