Glennis Dorothy Browne
27 April 1913
|Died||17 November 1968 55) (aged|
Guy's Hospital, London, England
|Other names||Glennis Ennis, Glennis Evans|
|Spouse(s)||Thomas Henry Ennis (1939-?)|
John Cowles Evans (1948-1968) (her death)
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