Anna Martha (Thiele) Bunge

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updated February 06, 2019
Anna Martha Thiele Bunge was born into the Thiele family and married into the Bunge family. She married Johannes Tra Bunge, and they gave birth to Hermann Johannes Bunge. We know that Anna Martha Thiele Bunge had been residing in Warr, Australia.


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Johannes Tra Bunge
Warr, Australia


Hermann Johannes Bunge
1893 - 1976
Warr, Australia


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Anna Martha Thiele Bunge married Johannes Tra Bunge, and they gave birth to Hermann Johannes Bunge. We know that Anna Martha Thiele Bunge had been residing in Warr, Australia.
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William Alfred Thiele
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Ring, Australia
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H Barbara Thiele
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Gustav Alfred Thiele
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