Elizabeth Ann (Cox) Naylor

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updated February 06, 2019
Elizabeth Ann Cox Naylor was born into the Cox family and married into the Naylor family. She married Francis Naylor, and they gave birth to Charles Leonard Naylor. We know that Elizabeth Ann Cox Naylor had been residing in Box Hill, Australia.

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Elizabeth Ann Cox Naylor

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Box Hill, Australia

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Francis Naylor
Box Hill, Australia

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Charles Leonard Naylor
1894 - 1971
Box Hill, Australia

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Elizabeth Ann Cox Naylor married Francis Naylor, and they gave birth to Charles Leonard Naylor. We know that Elizabeth Ann Cox Naylor had been residing in Box Hill, Australia.
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