Sarah (Colclough) Brown

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updated February 06, 2019
Sarah Colclough Brown was born into the Colclough family and married into the Brown family. She married Harry Brown, and they gave birth to Alfred Brown. We know that Sarah Colclough Brown had been residing in Dandenong, Australia.

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Sarah Colclough Brown

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Sarah

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Colclough

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Dandenong, Australia

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Harry Brown
Dandenong, Australia

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Alfred Brown
1910 - 1974
Dandenong, Australia

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Sarah Colclough Brown married Harry Brown, and they gave birth to Alfred Brown. We know that Sarah Colclough Brown had been residing in Dandenong, Australia.
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Oct 16, 1896 - Oct 3, 1944
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Sarah H Brown
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Sarah G Brown
Born: around 1910
New York, United States
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Died: 1932
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Sarah Ann (Hellyer) Brown
Died: 1895
Port Fairy, Australia

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Lily Ross Brown
1891 - 1974
St Kilda, Australia
Alfred Brown
1896 - 1974
St Kilda, Australia
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St Kilda, Australia
Ellen Williams Brown
St Kilda, Australia
Josephine Brown
1897 - 1974
Heidelberg, Australia
Grimar Adolphe Brown
Heidelberg, Australia
Orthelia Aur Dandien Brown
Heidelberg, Australia
Leslie Eggleston Brown
1900 - 1974
Kew, Australia
Alexander Brown
Kew, Australia
John Brown
1901 - 1974
Footscray, Australia
John Brown
Footscray, Australia
Ruth Waren Brown
Footscray, Australia
Laura Brown
1905 - 1974
Malvern, Australia
Cruickshank Al Brown
Malvern, Australia
Caroline Searle Brown
Malvern, Australia
George Ernest Brown
1892 - 1974
Merl, Australia
Ernest Brown
Merl, Australia
Hellouise Brown
Merl, Australia
Athol Fyfe Brown
1927 - 1974
Clay, Australia

Other Colcloughs

Herbert George H Colclough
1887 - 1975
Camberwell, Australia
Richard Colclough
Camberwell, Australia
Jean Graham Colclough
Camberwell, Australia
William Archibal Colclough
1889 - 1976
Toor, Australia
Richard John Colclough
Toor, Australia
Jane Graham Colclough
Toor, Australia
Daisy Irene Colclough
1921 - 1977
Ballarat, Australia
Wickman Felix Colclough
Ballarat, Australia
Olive Bowles Colclough
Ballarat, Australia
Annie Isabelle Colclough
1892 - 1977
Surr, Australia
Macnaughton Ge Colclough
Surr, Australia
Jessie Catherine Colclough
1882 - 1978
Elth, Australia
Colin Mckenzie R Colclough
1911 - 1978
Torq, Australia
George Rooke Colclough
Torq, Australia
Elizabeth Anne Colclough
1952 - 1981
Haml, Australia
George Lorim Colclough
Haml, Australia

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Sarah Jane Thomas
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Easton John Thomas
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Jane Rainey Thomas
Malvern, Australia
Leonard Charles Pontin
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Donv, Australia
Andrew Pontin
Donv, Australia
Janet Splatt Pontin
Donv, Australia
John Nestor Morrison
1922 - 1974
Geelong, Australia
Arthur Andre Morrison
Geelong, Australia
Isabella Emond Morrison
Geelong, Australia
Lucie Sims
1901 - 1974
Fair, Australia
Albert Sims
Fair, Australia
Frank Cooper
1891 - 1974
Arma, Australia
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Arma, Australia
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Arma, Australia
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