Anne Maria (Ward) Davidson

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updated February 06, 2019
Anne Maria Ward Davidson was born into the Ward family and married into the Davidson family. She married James Fraser Davidson, and they gave birth to Alexander Davidson. We know that Anne Maria Ward Davidson had been residing in Box Hill, Australia.

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James Fraser Davidson
Box Hill, Australia

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Alexander Davidson
1899 - 1974
Box Hill, Australia

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Anne Maria Ward Davidson married James Fraser Davidson, and they gave birth to Alexander Davidson. We know that Anne Maria Ward Davidson had been residing in Box Hill, Australia.
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Other Davidsons

Bruce Davidson
1891 - 1974
Mtel, Australia
Henry Willia Davidson
Mtel, Australia
Henry Kerr Davidson
1876 - 1974
Preston, Australia
Henry Kerr Davidson
Preston, Australia
Martha Armstrong Davidson
Preston, Australia
Susan Davidson
1901 - 1974
Suns, Australia
Brown Allan Davidson
Suns, Australia
Susan Creaon Davidson
Suns, Australia
Joseph William Davidson
1891 - 1974
South Melbourne, Australia
Joseph Willi Davidson
Heidelberg, Australia
Helen Davidson
Heidelberg, Australia
Clarence George Davidson
1899 - 1974
Mt Egerton, Australia
Clarence George Davidson
Melbourne, Australia
Elizabeth Williams Davidson
Melbourne, Australia
Norman Clifford Davidson
1909 - 1974
Moor, Australia
William Jame Davidson
Moor, Australia
Mary Ann Martin Davidson
Moor, Australia
John Angus Davidson
1894 - 1974
Ring, Australia
James Fraser Davidson
Ring, Australia

Other Wards

Eleanor Eliza Du Ward
1894 - 1974
Blac, Australia
Drummond Peter Ward
Blac, Australia
Christine Peterson Ward
Blac, Australia
Edward Ward
Jun 25, 1888 - October 1974
Arenas Valley, New Mexico
Judith Patricia Ward
1929 - 1974
Park, Australia
Lionel Antho Ward
Park, Australia
Francis Ambrose Ward
1903 - 1974
Hotham West, Australia
Charles Will Ward
Kew, Australia
Lucie Malcolm Ward
Kew, Australia
Alexander Macdon Ward
1915 - 1974
Nobl, Australia
Alexander Ward
Nobl, Australia
Mary Cecilia Ward
1892 - 1974
Footscray, Australia
Egan John Ward
Footscray, Australia
Ellen Dwyer Ward
Footscray, Australia
Frederick Alexan Ward
1913 - 1974
Heidelberg, Australia
Janet Ward
1890 - 1974
Fitzroy, Australia
Letts Samuel Ward
Fitzroy, Australia
Janet Mckenzie Ward
Fitzroy, Australia

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Merryn Louise Davie
1963 - 1974
Box Hill, Australia
Raymond Thom Davie
Box Hill, Australia
Garnet Doreen Oneill Davie
Box Hill, Australia
Clarice Hulda Dwight
1898 - 1974
Warr, Australia
Walden Charles Dwight
Warr, Australia
Ian Leslie Bennett
1948 - 1974
Camberwell, Australia
James Leslie Bennett
Camberwell, Australia
Marjorie Grace I Kew Bennett
Camberwell, Australia
Arthur Bickley
1900 - 1974
Fern, Australia
Albert Andre Bickley
Fern, Australia
Harriet Noble Bickley
Fern, Australia
Alfred John Bladen
1912 - 1974
Footscray, Australia
Walter Bladen
Footscray, Australia
Gertrude Bladen
Footscray, Australia
Nancy Rose Borland
1917 - 1974
Collingwood, Australia
Buckingham Alb Borland
Collingwood, Australia
Theresa Flore Morgan Borland
Collingwood, Australia
John James Bradfield
1891 - 1974
Ment, Australia
Collis Bradfield
Ment, Australia
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