Bertha (Schroeder) Brown

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Bertha Bertha (Schroeder) Brown
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updated February 06, 2019
Bertha Schroeder Brown was born into the Schroeder family and married into the Brown family. She married Sorenson Marti Brown, and they gave birth to Olga Ida Brown. We know that Bertha Schroeder Brown had been residing in Brighton, Australia.

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Bertha Schroeder Brown

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Bertha

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Bertha

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Schroeder

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Brighton, Australia

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Bertha Schroeder Brown & Sorenson Marti Brown

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Sorenson Marti Brown
Brighton, Australia

Children:

Olga Ida Brown
1891 - 1960
Brighton, Australia

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Bertha Schroeder Brown married Sorenson Marti Brown, and they gave birth to Olga Ida Brown. We know that Bertha Schroeder Brown had been residing in Brighton, Australia.
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Betty Bahn Schroeder
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Herman Julius Schroeder
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1881 - 1963
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Sheppard John Schroeder
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Albert Francis C Schroeder
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Frederick Schroeder
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