Lucy Emma (Gough) Clark

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updated February 06, 2019
Lucy Emma Gough Clark was born into the Gough family and married into the Clark family. She married Melbourne Bu Clark, and they gave birth to Stanley Burgess Clark. We know that Lucy Emma Gough Clark had been residing in Apol, Australia.

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Lucy Emma Gough Clark

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Gough

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Apol, Australia

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1899 - 1964

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Lucy Emma Gough Clark married Melbourne Bu Clark, and they gave birth to Stanley Burgess Clark. We know that Lucy Emma Gough Clark had been residing in Apol, Australia.
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