Mary Salome Roy Graff

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Melbourne, Australia

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Husband: Graff John Graff
Children with Graff: Charles Henry Graff

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Mary Salome

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Roy

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Julie May Wilson and William Roy

Julie May Wilson and William Roy

William Roy

William Roy

Aneita Renee Roy

Aneita Renee Roy

Aunt Judith Elise (Ayotte) Roy w/fam

Aunt Judith Elise (Ayotte) Roy w/fam

Yvette and Rachel Roy, 1943

Yvette and Rachel Roy, 1943

Zephrin Roy Family

Zephrin Roy Family

RED RAVER VALLY  DULCIMER CLUB

RED RAVER VALLY DULCIMER CLUB

William Roy R.A.A.F. 1943

William Roy R.A.A.F. 1943

Louise at 26

Louise at 26

William Francis Roy

William Francis Roy

Emelia Roy

Emelia Roy

Roy Family

Roy Family

Roy Family in Manchester, NH

Roy Family in Manchester, NH

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No cause of death has been entered. Mary Salome Roy Graff married Graff John Graff. and they gave birth to Charles Henry Graff. We know that Mary Salome Roy Graff had been residing in Melbourne, Australia.

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