Flora (Nunn) Brown

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Flora (Nunn) Brown
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updated September 25, 2019
Flora Nunn Brown was born into the Nunn family and married into the Brown family. She married Walter Thomas Brown, and they gave birth to Francis David Brown. We know that Flora Nunn Brown had been residing in Carngham, Australia.

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Flora (Nunn) Brown Biography

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Flora Nunn Brown

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Flora

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Nunn

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Carngham, Australia

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Walter Thomas Brown
Carngham, Australia

Children:

Francis David Brown
1907 - 1979
Carngham, Australia

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Flora Nunn Brown married Walter Thomas Brown, and they gave birth to Francis David Brown. We know that Flora Nunn Brown had been residing in Carngham, Australia.
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Walter Nunn
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Sarah Nunn
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William Balfour Nunn
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Albert Edwar Nunn
Fitzroy, Australia
Nellie Nunn
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Maxwell Thomas G Nunn
1921 - 1982
Caulfield, Australia
Thomas Georg Nunn
Caulfield, Australia

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