Carlyle Thomas Thompson Davis

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updated February 06, 2019
Carlyle Thomas Thompson Davis married Jane Henry Mcnaught, and they gave birth to Isbla Davis. We know that Carlyle Thomas Thompson Davis had been residing in Clifton Hill, Australia.

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Carlyle Thomas Thompson Davis

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Thomas Thompson

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Clifton Hill, Australia

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Carlyle Thomas Thompson Davis & Jane Henry Mcnaught Davis

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Jane Henry Mcnaught Davis

Clifton Hill, Australia

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Isbla Davis
1858 - 1918
Clifton Hill, Australia

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Carlyle Thomas Thompson Davis married Jane Henry Mcnaught, and they gave birth to Isbla Davis. We know that Carlyle Thomas Thompson Davis had been residing in Clifton Hill, Australia.
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Carlyle W Davis
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Born: around 1923
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Carlyle B Davis
Born: around 1915
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Other Davises

Jane Henry Mcnaught Davis

Clifton Hill, Australia
Louisa Davis
1900 - 1918
Clifton Hill, Australia
Davis William John Davis

Clifton Hill, Australia
Mary Ann Falkner Davis

Clifton Hill, Australia
Evelyn Nada Isabel Davis
Died: 1918
Doncaster, Australia
Davis Cecil Edward Davis

Doncaster, Australia
Evelyn Crouch Davis

Doncaster, Australia
Henry Burleigh Davis
1830 - 1918
Fitzroy South, Australia
Davis Clancy Davis

Fitzroy South, Australia
Sarah Stevens Davis

Fitzroy South, Australia
William John Davis
1886 - 1918
Melbourne East, Australia
Davis Alexander Davis

Melbourne East, Australia
Bridget Cunningham Davis

Melbourne East, Australia
Sarah Jane Davis
1848 - 1918
Northcote, Australia
Pearson Henry Davis

Northcote, Australia
Jessie Douglas Davis

Northcote, Australia
Ellen Davis
1879 - 1918
Richmond, Australia
Wilson George Davis

Richmond, Australia
Mary Connell Davis

Richmond, Australia
George Davis
1846 - 1918
Richmond, Australia

Other Bios

Jane Henry Mcnaught Davis

Clifton Hill, Australia
Elspeth Lillian Dever
1886 - 1918
Clifton Hill, Australia
Elizabeth Pullin
1839 - 1918
Clifton Hill, Australia
Teague Thomas Pullin

Clifton Hill, Australia
Elizabeth Moxham Pullin

Clifton Hill, Australia
William Drayson
Died: 1918
Clifton Hill, Australia
Drayson William Charles Drayson

Clifton Hill, Australia
Olive Gibbons Drayson

Clifton Hill, Australia
Frances Mary Pincombe
1886 - 1918
Clifton Hill, Australia
Longfield Harry Pincombe

Clifton Hill, Australia
Alice Hodgkiss Pincombe

Clifton Hill, Australia
Myr Eileen Bunn
1915 - 1918
Clifton Hill, Australia
Bunn Albert Josh Bunn

Clifton Hill, Australia
Annie Mcdonald Bunn

Clifton Hill, Australia
Alf Hansen
1855 - 1918
Clifton Hill, Australia
Josh Edwin Roach
1847 - 1918
Clifton Hill, Australia
Roach John Roach

Clifton Hill, Australia
Martha Sophia Blackburn Roach

Clifton Hill, Australia
Phyllis Edwards
1914 - 1918
Clifton Hill, Australia
Edwards William Edwards

Clifton Hill, Australia
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