Joyce Elizabeth (Boak) Mcclellan

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Joyce Elizabeth Joyce Elizabeth (Boak) Mcclellan
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Bendigo, Australia
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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 Deborah Anne 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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Joyce Elizabeth Joyce Elizabeth (Boak) Mcclellan
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Bendigo, Australia
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Joyce Elizabeth Boak Mcclellan married Ian Ruthven Mcclellan, and they gave birth to Deborah Anne Mcclellan. We know that Joyce Elizabeth Boak Mcclellan had been residing in Bendigo, Australia.

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1948 - 1965 1948 - 1965
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