Joyce Elizabeth (Boak) Mcclellan

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updated February 06, 2019
Joyce Elizabeth Boak Mcclellan was born into the Boak family and married into the Mcclellan family. She married Ian Ruthven Mcclellan, and they gave birth to Ronda Joy Mcclellan. We know that Joyce Elizabeth Boak Mcclellan had been residing in Bendigo, Australia.

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Joyce Elizabeth Boak Mcclellan

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Ian Ruthven Mcclellan
Bendigo, Australia

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Ronda Joy Mcclellan
Died: 1962
Bendigo, Australia

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Joyce Elizabeth Boak Mcclellan married Ian Ruthven Mcclellan, and they gave birth to Ronda Joy Mcclellan. We know that Joyce Elizabeth Boak Mcclellan had been residing in Bendigo, Australia.
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Other Mcclellans

Deborah Anne Mcclellan
Died: 1962
Bendigo, Australia
Ian Ruthven Mcclellan
Bendigo, Australia
Margaret Susan Mcclellan
1886 - 1963
Will, Australia
Stirton Willia Mcclellan
Will, Australia
Mary Robertson Mcclellan
Will, Australia
Jessie Mcclellan
1881 - 1964
Arma, Australia
William Mcclellan
Arma, Australia
Jane Ruthven Mcclellan
Arma, Australia
Ross Gregory Mcclellan
1948 - 1965
Bena, Australia
Raymond Lesl Mcclellan
Bena, Australia
Francis David Mcclellan
1921 - 1967
Fern, Australia
Francis Davi Mcclellan
Fern, Australia
Biruta Mcclellan
1922 - 1972
Park, Australia
Kaleja Aleksan Mcclellan
Park, Australia
Zelma Mellups Mcclellan
Park, Australia
Thelma Doreen Mcclellan
1915 - 1973
Donv, Australia
Grachan Willia Mcclellan
Donv, Australia

Other Boaks

John Henry Boak
1890 - 1964
Buninyong, Australia
John Marmalduke Boak
Buninyong, Australia
Clara Wheeler Boak
Buninyong, Australia
Eileen Boak
1900 - 1965
Yall, Australia
Burns James Boak
Yall, Australia
Eileen Fanning Boak
Yall, Australia
Alfred Thomas Boak
1898 - 1969
Ballarat, Australia
Alexander Ca Boak
Ballarat, Australia
Ellen Robinson Boak
Ballarat, Australia
Hilda Adelaide A Boak
1891 - 1972
Ballarat, Australia
Floyd Thomas Boak
Ballarat, Australia
William George Boak
1892 - 1973
Ballarat, Australia
John Marmaduke Boak
Ballarat, Australia
Clara Wheeler Boak
Ballarat, Australia
Thelma Christina Boak
1905 - 1973
Malvern, Australia
Peter Boak
Malvern, Australia
Jane Gracie Boak
Malvern, Australia
George Thomas Boak
1900 - 1974
Dona, Australia
William Pear Boak
Dona, Australia
Margaret Boak
Dona, Australia

Other Bios

Deborah Anne Mcclellan
Died: 1962
Bendigo, Australia
Ian Ruthven Mcclellan
Bendigo, Australia
Maxwell Thomas Barton
1911 - 1963
Cole, Australia
William Barton
Cole, Australia
Lucy Muggridge Barton
Cole, Australia
Ernest Edward Horsted
1915 - 1963
Naro, Australia
Charles Edwa Horsted
Naro, Australia
Nellie Rodgers Horsted
Naro, Australia
Stella Winifred Logan
1912 - 1963
Ballarat, Australia
Quarrell Thoma Logan
Ballarat, Australia
Winifred Cantwell Logan
Ballarat, Australia
James Guildford Molloy
1933 - 1963
Main, Australia
Henry Guildf Molloy
Main, Australia
Philip Valli Tunzi
1905 - 1963
Bendigo, Australia
William Tunzi
Bendigo, Australia
Catherine Valli Tunzi
Bendigo, Australia
Alfred Laurence Bristowe
1884 - 1963
Park, Australia
Samuel Godfrey Bristowe
Park, Australia
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