Jane Lavinia (Boyce) Browne

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updated February 06, 2019
Jane Lavinia Boyce Browne was born into the Boyce family and married into the Browne family. She married Edward Browne, and they gave birth to William Ivan Browne. We know that Jane Lavinia Boyce Browne had been residing in Blai, Australia.

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Edward Browne
Blai, Australia

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William Ivan Browne
1904 - 1974
Blai, Australia

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Jane Lavinia Boyce Browne married Edward Browne, and they gave birth to William Ivan Browne. We know that Jane Lavinia Boyce Browne had been residing in Blai, Australia.
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Sophie Louise Browne
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Guest Thomas P Browne
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Ann Jane Smith Browne
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Hector Browne
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Flora Vict Macdonald Browne
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Annie Robertson Boyce
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Margaret Boyce
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Warr, Australia
Butler James Boyce
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Martha Ann Holden Boyce
Warr, Australia
George Murray Boyce
1908 - 1976
Fitzroy, Australia
Archiebald H Boyce
Fitzroy, Australia
Ellen Woodhouse Boyce
Fitzroy, Australia
Phillip Henry Boyce
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