Catherine (Bateman) Davies

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updated February 06, 2019
Catherine Bateman Davies was born into the Bateman family and married into the Davies family. She married Arthur Davies, and they gave birth to Trevor Lloyd Davies. We know that Catherine Bateman Davies had been residing in Geelong, Australia.

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Catherine Bateman Davies

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Catherine

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Catherine

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Bateman

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Geelong, Australia

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Arthur Davies

Geelong, Australia

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Trevor Lloyd Davies
1913 - 1978
Geelong, Australia

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Catherine Bateman Davies married Arthur Davies, and they gave birth to Trevor Lloyd Davies. We know that Catherine Bateman Davies had been residing in Geelong, Australia.
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Caulfield, Australia
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Box Hill, Australia
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Other Davieses

John Batchelor Davies
1904 - 1978
Kew, Australia
Thomas Henry Davies

Kew, Australia
Helen Clarke Davies

Kew, Australia
John William Davies
1911 - 1978
Ivan, Australia
Hugh Davies

Ivan, Australia
Dennis Wyndham Davies
1922 - 1978
Geelong, Australia
Agnes Davies Davies

Geelong, Australia
Arthur Henry Davies
1910 - 1978
Clay, Australia
Walter Davies
1891 - 1978
Staw, Australia
George Davies

Staw, Australia
Mary Jane Pearce Davies

Staw, Australia
Avis Helena Davies
1910 - 1978
Richmond, Australia
Stirling Frede Davies

Richmond, Australia
Helena Maude Prime Davies

Richmond, Australia
Veronica Katheri Davies
1940 - 1978
Fran, Australia
Mangan James C Davies

Fran, Australia
Bryan Lindsay Davies
1947 - 1978
Hawthorn, Australia
Ivan Murray Davies

Hawthorn, Australia

Other Batemans

William George Bateman
1909 - 1978
Hawthorn, Australia
Charles Hamilton Bateman
1903 - 1978
Hugh, Australia
Arthur Charlotte Bateman

Hugh, Australia
Edith Mansell Bateman

Hugh, Australia
Albert Leslie Bateman
1908 - 1979
Geelong, Australia
George Bateman

Geelong, Australia
Ada Vagg Bateman

Geelong, Australia
Margaret Ellen Bateman
1913 - 1979
Fair, Australia
Mercovich Bart Bateman

Fair, Australia
Mary Russell Bateman

Fair, Australia
Margaret Eliza Bateman
1908 - 1980
Natt, Australia
Hose John Bateman

Natt, Australia
Eliza Bateman

Natt, Australia
Leonard Campbell Bateman
1914 - 1980
Park, Australia
William Bateman

Park, Australia
Helen Bateman

Park, Australia
Rose Jean Bateman
1916 - 1980
Dandenong, Australia
James Enoch Bateman

Dandenong, Australia
Nellie Bateman

Dandenong, Australia
Florence Bateman
1892 - 1980
Brighton, Australia

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Malvern, Australia
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Alice Beatrice Johnston
1896 - 1978
Pant, Australia
Cracknell Samu Johnston

Pant, Australia
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1880 - 1978
Arar, Australia
Henry Burbury

Arar, Australia
Sarah Wade Burbury

Arar, Australia
David William Williams
1913 - 1978
Arar, Australia
William John Williams

Arar, Australia
Ruby Lilian Guy Williams

Arar, Australia
George James Jenkinson
1902 - 1978
Horsham, Australia
John James Jenkinson

Glen, Australia
Donald Keith Mal Mcinnes
1914 - 1978
Will, Australia
Keith Mcinnes

Will, Australia
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