Violet Lillian (Calby) Bryan

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Violet Lillian Calby Bryan was born into the Calby family and married into the Bryan family. She married Horace Charlotte Bryan, and they gave birth to Bruce Bryan. We know that Violet Lillian Calby Bryan had been residing in Belg, Australia.


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Belg, Australia


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1927 - 1960
Belg, Australia


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Violet Lillian Calby Bryan married Horace Charlotte Bryan, and they gave birth to Bruce Bryan. We know that Violet Lillian Calby Bryan had been residing in Belg, Australia.
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Thelma Jean Bryan
1922 - 1961
Kew, Australia
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Ruby Green Bryan
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Margaret Tobin Bryan
Loch, Australia
John Herbert Bryan
1885 - 1961
Dandenong, Australia
Thomas Henry S Bryan
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Joyce Edwards Bryan
Dandenong, Australia
Isla May Bryan
1902 - 1961
Swan, Australia
Hill William Bryan
Swan, Australia
Ada Jane Tuck Bryan
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1896 - 1961
Elth, Australia
Ethel Mary Ann Bryan
1879 - 1962
Morw, Australia
Davies James Bryan
Morw, Australia

Other Calbies

Annie Calby
Ired, Australia
Joseph B Calby
Born: around 1908
New York, United States
Thomas A Calby
Born: around 1903
Pennsylvania, United States
Charles F Calby
Born: around 1916
Huntington Station, New York, United States
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Born: around 1927
New York, United States

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