Ivy Ruth Stead Bayliss



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Husband: Hugh William Bayliss
Children with Hugh: Phyllis Verna Bayliss


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Linda Esmerelda Stead

Linda Esmerelda Stead

Alice Naomi May Stead

Alice Naomi May Stead

Thomas George Stead gravesite

Thomas George Stead gravesite

Irene Veronica Hay gravesite

Irene Veronica Hay gravesite

Ronald (Ron) Thomas Stead

Ronald (Ron) Thomas Stead

Colin Noel Stead gravesite

Colin Noel Stead gravesite

Dorothy Ina Stead Overton

Dorothy Ina Stead Overton

Dobkins Golden Anniversary

Dobkins Golden Anniversary

Corran Ashworth, WWII Pilots, 1943

Corran Ashworth, WWII Pilots, 1943


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There is no known cause of death for Ivy Ruth. Ivy Ruth Stead Bayliss married Hugh William Bayliss. and they gave birth to Phyllis Verna Bayliss. We know that Ivy Ruth Stead Bayliss had been residing in Sunb, Australia.


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