Francis Emma (Smith) May

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updated February 06, 2019
Francis Emma Smith May was born into the Smith family and married into the May family. She married James May, and they gave birth to Norman Nathanial May. We know that Francis Emma Smith May had been residing in Park, Australia.

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Francis Emma Smith May

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Park, Australia

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James May
Park, Australia

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Norman Nathanial May
1883 - 1955
Park, Australia

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Francis Emma Smith May married James May, and they gave birth to Norman Nathanial May. We know that Francis Emma Smith May had been residing in Park, Australia.
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