Ellen (Coen) Blake

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Ellen Ellen (Coen) Blake
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updated February 06, 2019
Ellen Coen Blake was born into the Coen family and married into the Blake family. She married John Blake, and they gave birth to Harry Francis Blake. We know that Ellen Coen Blake had been residing in Cbury, Australia.

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Ellen Coen Blake

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Cbury, Australia

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John Blake
Cbury, Australia

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Harry Francis Blake
1882 - 1950
Cbury, Australia

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Ellen Coen Blake married John Blake, and they gave birth to Harry Francis Blake. We know that Ellen Coen Blake had been residing in Cbury, Australia.
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Sarah Dinah Jones Blake
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Alex Regld Blake
1931 - 1950
Melbourne, Australia
Harold Blake
Melbourne, Australia
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Jessie Lorimer Blake
1873 - 1950
Camberwell, Australia
Crawford Abram Blake
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Linda May Blake
1922 - 1950
Nkah, Australia
James Arthur Blake
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Mary Jane Maskell Blake
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Sarah Agnes Blake
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Elizabeth Ogrady Blake
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Michael Blake
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Died: 1956
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Abbo, Australia
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Abbo, Australia
Hazel May Coen
1906 - 1968
Fitzroy, Australia
Stewart Samuel Coen
Fitzroy, Australia
Emma Celeaves Coen
Fitzroy, Australia
Joseph Patrick M Coen
1906 - 1968
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Louisa Schweabsch Coen
Fitzroy, Australia
Ida May Coen
1909 - 1971
Fitzroy, Australia
Angwin Benjami Coen
Fitzroy, Australia
Mary Jane Maher Coen
Fitzroy, Australia
Thomas Michael Coen
1915 - 1971
Collingwood, Australia
John Joseph Coen
Preston, Australia
Louisa Ju Schweabsch Coen
Preston, Australia
John Joseph Coen
1901 - 1971
Abbo, Australia
John Coen
Abbo, Australia
Louise Schalbeg Coen
Abbo, Australia
Mary Jane Coen
1890 - 1975
Nobl, Australia
Ferguson Willi Coen
Nobl, Australia

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Fitzroy, Australia
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1872 - 1950
Chelt, Australia
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