Louisa (Carbury) Comans

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Louisa Louisa (Carbury) Comans
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updated February 06, 2019
Louisa Carbury Comans was born into the Carbury family and married into the Comans family. She married Davis William Comans, and they gave birth to Ellen Louisa Comans. We know that Louisa Carbury Comans had been residing in South Yarra, Australia.

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Louisa Carbury Comans

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South Yarra, Australia

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Louisa Carbury Comans & Davis William Comans

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Davis William Comans
South Yarra, Australia

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Ellen Louisa Comans
1875 - 1948
South Yarra, Australia

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Louisa Carbury Comans married Davis William Comans, and they gave birth to Ellen Louisa Comans. We know that Louisa Carbury Comans had been residing in South Yarra, Australia.
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