Doris May (Reid) Jury

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Doris May Reid Jury was born into the Reid family and married into the Jury family. She married Dodds David Ri Jury, and they gave birth to Mavis Jean Jury. We know that Doris May Reid Jury had been residing in Fitzroy, Australia.

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Dodds David Ri Jury
Fitzroy, Australia

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Mavis Jean Jury
1921 - 1955
Fitzroy, Australia

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Doris May Reid Jury married Dodds David Ri Jury, and they gave birth to Mavis Jean Jury. We know that Doris May Reid Jury had been residing in Fitzroy, Australia.
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Jones Walter Carter
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