Sarah Jane (Grant) Moore

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Sarah Jane (Grant) Moore
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Collingwood, Australia
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Sarah Jane (Grant) Moore was born into the Grant family and married into the Moore family. She had Samuel Andrew Moore, and George Thomas Moore with an unknown partner. We know that Sarah Jane (Grant) Moore had been residing in Collingwood, Australia.
Updated: September 11, 2019
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She had Samuel Andrew Moore, and George Thomas Moore with an unknown partner. We know that Sarah Jane (Grant) Moore had been residing in Collingwood, Australia.

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