Phyllis May (Pennington) Barnett

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Phyllis May Phyllis May (Pennington) Barnett
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St Kilda, Australia
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Phyllis May Pennington Barnett was born into the Pennington family and married into the Barnett family. She married Charles Gordon Barnett, and they gave birth to Graham Charles Barnett. We know that Phyllis May Pennington Barnett had been residing in St Kilda, Australia.
Updated: February 06, 2019
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Phyllis May Pennington Barnett
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Phyllis May Phyllis May (Pennington) Barnett
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St Kilda, Australia
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1941 - 1950 1941 - 1950

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Phyllis May Pennington Barnett married Charles Gordon Barnett, and they gave birth to Graham Charles Barnett. We know that Phyllis May Pennington Barnett had been residing in St Kilda, Australia.

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