Caroline (Crockett) Davies

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Caroline Caroline (Crockett) Davies
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updated February 06, 2019
Caroline Crockett Davies was born into the Crockett family and married into the Davies family. She married John Davies, and they gave birth to George Frederick Davies. We know that Caroline Crockett Davies had been residing in Australia.

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Caroline Crockett Davies

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Caroline

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Crockett

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Australia

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George Frederick Davies
Died: 1862
Australia

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Caroline Crockett Davies married John Davies, and they gave birth to George Frederick Davies. We know that Caroline Crockett Davies had been residing in Australia.
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1874 - 1957
Melbourne, Australia
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1849 - 1948
Bton, Australia
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W Cburg, Australia
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Mpark, Australia

Other Davieses

Davies
Died: 1862
Australia
John Davies
Died: 1862
Australia
David Davies

Australia
Rachel Davies
1830 - 1862
Australia
James Davies
1856 - 1862
Australia
Robert Davies

Australia
Samuel Davies
1857 - 1862
Australia
Herbert Davies

Australia
Elizabeth Davies
1854 - 1862
Australia
Richard Davies

Australia
Mary Davies

Australia
Thomas Lloyd Davies
Died: 1862
Australia
David Davies

Australia

Other Crocketts

George Crockett
1802 - 1864
Australia
John Crockett

Australia
William Crockett
Died: 1867
Australia
Thomas Crockett
1849 - 1868
Australia
Thomas Crockett

Australia
James Crockett
Died: 1868
Australia
John Crockett

Australia
Ann Crockett

Australia
Henry Crockett
1866 - 1869
Australia
George Crockett

Australia
David Campbell Crockett
1831 - 1869
Australia
David Crockett
1829 - 1869
Australia
Annie Crockett
1824 - 1870
Australia

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1828 - 1862
Australia
William Chapman

Australia
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Died: 1862
Australia
John Hunter

Australia
Grace Hunter

Australia
John Burgess Hulbert
1810 - 1862
Australia
George Hulbert

Australia
Ann Hulbert

Australia
Daniel Ross
Died: 1862
Australia
Daniel Ross

Australia
Mary Ross

Australia
Catherine Macleod
1856 - 1862
Australia
Christina Gordon
1827 - 1862
Australia
Emely Louisa Hayden
1856 - 1862
Australia
Robert Hayden

Australia
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