Annie Louise (Straub) Jury

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Annie Louise Straub Jury was born into the Straub family and married into the Jury family. She married Samuel Jury, and they gave birth to John Andrew Jury. We know that Annie Louise Straub Jury had been residing in Wont, Australia.

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Annie Louise Straub Jury

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Wont, Australia

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Samuel Jury
Wont, Australia

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John Andrew Jury
1897 - 1954
Eaglehawk, Australia

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Annie Louise Straub Jury married Samuel Jury, and they gave birth to John Andrew Jury. We know that Annie Louise Straub Jury had been residing in Wont, Australia.
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Merton, Australia
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1904 - 1966
Heidelberg, Australia

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1921 - 1955
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Fitzroy, Australia
Henry Tyson Jury
1913 - 1955
Park, Australia
Thomas Jury
Park, Australia
Edith Creighton Jury
Park, Australia
Ernest James Vic Jury
1892 - 1956
Murr, Australia
James Thomas Jury
Murr, Australia
Victoria Richmond Jury
Murr, Australia
Frank Jury
1903 - 1957
Park, Australia
Wright Jury
Park, Australia
Susan Christine Jury
Died: 1957
Warr, Australia
Jack Jury
Warr, Australia
William Charles Jury
1885 - 1958
Do On, Australia
Samuel John Jury
Nort, Australia
Selena Dolling Jury
Nort, Australia
Patrick Adrian Jury
1902 - 1959
Fitzroy South, Australia
Charles Marshall H Jury
Fitzroy South, Australia
Mary Reardon Jury
Fitzroy South, Australia

Other Straubs

Belinda Straub
1873 - 1964
Eaglehawk, Australia
Robbins John Straub
Eaglehawk, Australia
Elizabeth Scadden Straub
Eaglehawk, Australia
Lina Straub
1888 - 1966
Preston, Australia
Furrer Straub
Preston, Australia
Weiss Straub
Preston, Australia
Mary Evelyn Straub
1889 - 1968
Mont, Australia
Magilton James Straub
Mont, Australia
Sarah Janet Kerr Straub
Mont, Australia
Allan Emil Jacko Straub
1898 - 1968
Eaglehawk, Australia
Straub Emil Ch Straub
Eaglehawk, Australia
Belina Robbins Straub
Eaglehawk, Australia
Albert Joseph Straub
1912 - 1977
Rosa, Australia
Albert Josep Straub
Rosa, Australia
Lina Furrer Straub
Rosa, Australia
Stewart Oswald Straub
1901 - 1980
Heidelberg, Australia
Emil Charles Straub
Heidelberg, Australia
Belinda Robbins Straub
Heidelberg, Australia
Oscar Wilhelm Straub
1921 - 1980
Newp, Australia
Alvis Straub
Newp, Australia

Other Bios

William John Stuart
1866 - 1954
Wont, Australia
John Stuart
Wont, Australia
Margaret Waddle Stuart
Wont, Australia
George Henry Wilton
1892 - 1954
Wont, Australia
James Wilton
Wont, Australia
Sarah Ann Clark Wilton
Wont, Australia
Louis Bonnett
1886 - 1954
Wont, Australia
William Bonnett
Wont, Australia
Catherine Mccabe Bonnett
Wont, Australia
Thomas Henry Dalman
1889 - 1954
Wont, Australia
Charles Henr Dalman
Wont, Australia
Charles John Colgan
1872 - 1954
Wont, Australia
Thomas J Colgan
Wont, Australia
Harold Vernon Hartwig
1895 - 1954
Gran, Australia
Walter Edward Hartwig
Gran, Australia
Selina Pannel Hartwig
Gran, Australia
Stanley Vincent Heeney
1919 - 1954
Daly, Australia
James Evans Heeney
Daly, Australia
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