Annie (Crocker) Jury

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Annie Annie (Crocker) Jury
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updated February 06, 2019
Annie Crocker Jury was born into the Crocker family and married into the Jury family. She married Walter Scott Jury, and they gave birth to Albert Frederick Jury. We know that Annie Crocker Jury had been residing in Ballarat, Australia.

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Annie Crocker Jury

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Crocker

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Ballarat, Australia

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Walter Scott Jury
Ballarat, Australia

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Albert Frederick Jury
1889 - 1952
Ballarat, Australia

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Annie Crocker Jury married Walter Scott Jury, and they gave birth to Albert Frederick Jury. We know that Annie Crocker Jury had been residing in Ballarat, Australia.
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