Emma (Kirby) Brown

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Emma Emma (Kirby) Brown
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updated February 06, 2019
Emma Kirby Brown was born into the Kirby family and married into the Brown family. She married Brown James Brown, and they gave birth to David Austin Brown. We know that Emma Kirby Brown had been residing in Benalla, Australia.

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Emma Kirby Brown

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Emma

Middle name

Emma

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Kirby

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Female

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Benalla, Australia

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Brown James Brown
Benalla, Australia

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David Austin Brown
1884 - 1949
Benalla, Australia

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Emma Kirby Brown married Brown James Brown, and they gave birth to David Austin Brown. We know that Emma Kirby Brown had been residing in Benalla, Australia.
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Dnong, Australia
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Hamilton, Australia
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Jane Chinery Brown
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Harry Lawrence Brown
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Hamilton, Australia
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Other Kirbies

James Edward Kirby
1872 - 1949
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Omeo, Australia
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1871 - 1950
Surrey H, Australia
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Surrey H, Australia
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1884 - 1950
Northcote, Australia
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Northcote, Australia
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Northcote, Australia
Leo Thomas Kirby
1925 - 1950
E Oleigh, Australia
Edmund Agar Kirby
E Oleigh, Australia
Frances Louise Purrett Kirby
E Oleigh, Australia
Elsie Mary Kirby
1895 - 1950
Auburn, Australia
Nye James Kirby
Auburn, Australia
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Auburn, Australia
Gerald Kirby
1881 - 1950
Toorak, Australia
Marian Alma Kirby
1870 - 1950
Elwood, Australia
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Alice Kirby
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Reilly George Thomas Reilly
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Benalla, Australia
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Mary Rebecca Woodbury
1901 - 1949
Beballa, Australia
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Lois Margaret Comer
Died: 1949
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Comer Bernard Francis Comer
Bendigo, Australia
Florence Mary Godson Comer
Bendigo, Australia
Frederick Johann Koch
1864 - 1949
Bendigo, Australia
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