Edith (Creighton) Jury

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Edith Edith (Creighton) Jury
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updated February 06, 2019
Edith Creighton Jury was born into the Creighton family and married into the Jury family. She married Thomas Jury, and they gave birth to Henry Tyson Jury. We know that Edith Creighton Jury had been residing in Park, Australia.

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Edith Creighton Jury

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Park, Australia

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Thomas Jury
Park, Australia

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Henry Tyson Jury
1913 - 1955
Park, Australia

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Edith Creighton Jury married Thomas Jury, and they gave birth to Henry Tyson Jury. We know that Edith Creighton Jury had been residing in Park, Australia.
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Donald James Creighton
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Preston, Australia
Timothy Creighton
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Sarah Davies Creighton
Preston, Australia
David Creighton
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Andrews John N Hughes
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