Myrtle Clara (Agg) White

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Myrtle Clara (Agg) White was born in Geelong, Vic Australia. She was born into the Agg family and married into the White family. She had Carmen May Darlow with an unlisted partner. She, mother to 1 child, died in Melbourne, VIC Australia.
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Updated: September 14, 2020
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Myrtle Clara (Agg) White
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Myrtle Clara (Agg) White
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Myrtle White was born in Geelong, Vic Australia
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Myrtle White died in Melbourne, VIC Australia
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Myrtle White was born in Geelong, Vic Australia
Myrtle White died in Melbourne, VIC Australia
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Myrtle Clara (Agg) White, mother to 1 child, passed away in Melbourne, VIC Australia. She was born in Geelong, Vic Australia. She had Carmen May Darlow with an unknown spouse.

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