Bayley Frederi Bayley

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updated February 06, 2019
Bayley Frederi Bayley married Frances Ta Davies, and they gave birth to Lindsay Talbot Bayley. We know that Bayley Frederi Bayley had been residing in Coburg, Australia.

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Bayley Frederi Bayley

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Coburg, Australia

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Frances Ta Davies Bayley
Coburg, Australia

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Lindsay Talbot Bayley
1920 - 1968
Coburg, Australia

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Bayley Frederi Bayley married Frances Ta Davies, and they gave birth to Lindsay Talbot Bayley. We know that Bayley Frederi Bayley had been residing in Coburg, Australia.
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Esther Mary Reid Bayley
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William Bayley
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Hilda Mildred Sh Bayley
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Wont, Australia
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Mary Ann Shirley Bayley
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Alfred Bayley
1895 - 1970
Heidelberg, Australia
James Dads Bayley
Heidelberg, Australia
Mary Louisa Cameron Bayley
Heidelberg, Australia
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Aspe, Australia
William Bayley
Aspe, Australia
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Frances Ta Davies Bayley
Coburg, Australia
Jean Franziska Alcock
1909 - 1968
Glen, Australia
Ross Ralph Bet Alcock
Glen, Australia
Anna Heinz Alcock
Glen, Australia
Ruth Alderman
1883 - 1968
Heidelberg, Australia
Lamprell Charlotte Alderman
Heidelberg, Australia
Jane Searle Alderman
Heidelberg, Australia
George Bathols
1914 - 1968
Fitzroy, Australia
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Fitzroy, Australia
Lily Renouf Bathols
Fitzroy, Australia
Alexander Brown Bucklow
1872 - 1968
Ballarat, Australia
Bucklow John Bucklow
Ballarat, Australia
Margaret Murray Bucklow
Ballarat, Australia
Henry William Burgess
1905 - 1968
Prahran, Australia
Burgess Henry Burgess
Prahran, Australia
Hannah M Humphrys Burgess
Prahran, Australia
Annie Catherine Basham
1898 - 1968
Bair, Australia
Mcdonald Willi Basham
Bair, Australia
Eliza Alice Rowe Basham
Bair, Australia
Herbert Henry Blackbourn
1910 - 1968
Nobl, Australia
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