Bryant John Kitc Davies

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updated February 06, 2019
Bryant John Kitc Davies married Sarah Morris, and they gave birth to Harrt Davies. We know that Bryant John Kitc Davies had been residing in Port Melbourne, Australia.

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Bryant John Kitc Davies

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Port Melbourne, Australia

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Sarah Morris Davies

Port Melbourne, Australia

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Harrt Davies
1850 - 1889
Port Melbourne, Australia

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Bryant John Kitc Davies married Sarah Morris, and they gave birth to Harrt Davies. We know that Bryant John Kitc Davies had been residing in Port Melbourne, Australia.
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Other Bryant Davieses

Bryant Henry Davies

Collingwood, Australia

Other Davieses

Sarah Morris Davies

Port Melbourne, Australia
Oliver Vincent Garfi Davies
Died: 1889
Richmond, Australia
William Edwin Davies

Richmond, Australia
James Dent Davies
1836 - 1889
Richmond, Australia
James Davies

Richmond, Australia
Alfred Ernest Davies
1852 - 1889
Richmond, Australia
David Davies

Richmond, Australia
Ann Mary Davies

Richmond, Australia
Angelina Davies
1848 - 1889
Sebastopol, Australia
William Davies

Sebastopol, Australia
Elizabeth Davies
1830 - 1889
Terrick Terrick, Australia
Hughes Thomas Davies

Terrick Terrick, Australia
Thomas Rothery Davies
1862 - 1889
Daylesford, Australia
Thomas Rothery Davies

Daylesford, Australia
Margaret Tierney Davies

Daylesford, Australia
Isaac James Davies
1841 - 1889
Flemington-kens, Australia
Evan Davies

Flemington-kens, Australia
Winifred James Davies

Flemington-kens, Australia
David Davies
1827 - 1889
Musk Vale, Australia

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Sarah Morris Davies

Port Melbourne, Australia
John James Bishop
1887 - 1889
Port Melbourne, Australia
John James Bishop

Port Melbourne, Australia
Georgina Easdale Bishop

Port Melbourne, Australia
Ruby Blanche Grimshaw
Died: 1889
Port Melbourne, Australia
Samuel Grimshaw

Port Melbourne, Australia
Arabella Philp Grimshaw

Port Melbourne, Australia
Norman Peter Burns
Died: 1889
Port Melbourne, Australia
George Anderson Burns

Port Melbourne, Australia
Mary Ann Moloney Burns

Port Melbourne, Australia
Fred George Humphryes
1865 - 1889
Port Melbourne, Australia
Fred Humphryes

Port Melbourne, Australia
Elizabeth Cotton Humphryes

Port Melbourne, Australia
Elena Dawes
1888 - 1889
Port Melbourne, Australia
Charles James Dawes

Port Melbourne, Australia
Wina Moebus Dawes

Port Melbourne, Australia
Maria Annie Martin
Died: 1889
Port Melbourne, Australia
Alf Edward Martin

Port Melbourne, Australia
Annie Maria Hall Martin

Port Melbourne, Australia
Susan Filday
1841 - 1889
Port Melbourne, Australia
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