Mary Ethel (Bradshaw) Allen

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Mary Ethel Bradshaw Allen was born into the Bradshaw family and married into the Allen family. She married Leslie Frede Allen, and they gave birth to Lynette Ann Allen. We know that Mary Ethel Bradshaw Allen had been residing in Melbourne, Australia.

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Mary Ethel Bradshaw Allen

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Mary Ethel Bradshaw Allen & Leslie Frede Allen

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Leslie Frede Allen
Melbourne, Australia

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Lynette Ann Allen
Died: 1955
Melbourne, Australia

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Mary Ethel Bradshaw Allen married Leslie Frede Allen, and they gave birth to Lynette Ann Allen. We know that Mary Ethel Bradshaw Allen had been residing in Melbourne, Australia.
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Ellen Gauge Allen
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Minnie Augusta W Allen
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Beise Charles Allen
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Isabella Mccarter Allen
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Charlotte Anderson Allen
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George Bradshaw
1873 - 1955
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Ellen Lloyd Bradshaw
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James Henry Bradshaw
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Frances Excell Bradshaw
Hawthorn, Australia
Gail Lynette Bradshaw
1953 - 1956
Carlton, Australia
Percival Jam Bradshaw
Carlton, Australia
Betty Eileen Skinner Bradshaw
Carlton, Australia
Nina Carlotta Bradshaw
1881 - 1956
Surr, Australia
Gavin Watson Bradshaw
Surr, Australia
Eliza Bradshaw
Surr, Australia
Ernest Harold Bradshaw
1873 - 1956
Kew, Australia
Watson Augus Bradshaw
Kew, Australia
Eliza Whitaker Bradshaw
Kew, Australia
Ellen Maria Bradshaw
1871 - 1956
Geelong, Australia
Robins Thomas Bradshaw
Geelong, Australia
Mary Tippett Bradshaw
Geelong, Australia
Mary Alice Bradshaw
1874 - 1956
Geelong, Australia
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Salim Malouf
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Samuel Malouf
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John Gregory Manenti
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Giovanna Manenti
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