Charlotte Davis

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updated February 06, 2019
Charlotte Davis married Fergus Norma Davis, and they gave birth to Neil Keith Davis. We know that Charlotte Davis had been residing in Rese, Australia.

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Charlotte Davis

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Fergus Norma Davis
Rese, Australia

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Neil Keith Davis
1954 - 1981
Rese, Australia

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Charlotte Davis married Fergus Norma Davis, and they gave birth to Neil Keith Davis. We know that Charlotte Davis had been residing in Rese, Australia.
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Charlotte Elizabeth Davis
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Born: around 1898
Illinois, United States
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Born: around 1920
Michigan, United States
Charlotte J Davis
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Ohio, United States
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Charlotte Mildred Davis
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Nhill, Australia

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Charles Douglas Davis
1934 - 1981
Melbourne, Australia
Wallace Wolf Davis
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Violet Davis
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Raymond Henry Davis
1913 - 1981
Murr, Australia
Samuel Alber Davis
Murr, Australia
Adaline Elsia Davis
Murr, Australia
Cyril James Davis
1925 - 1981
Melbourne, Australia
Douglas Alfr Davis
Melbourne, Australia
Edith Adel Ivy Davis
Melbourne, Australia
Ronald Leslie Davis
1919 - 1981
Park, Australia
Charles Cape Davis
Park, Australia
Jane Eliza Davis
Park, Australia
Lorna Mary Davis
1923 - 1981
Melbourne, Australia
Mantell James Davis
Melbourne, Australia
Elizabeth Davis
Melbourne, Australia
Francis Davis
1910 - 1981
Melbourne, Australia
Ernest Victor Davis
1908 - 1981
Heidelberg, Australia
Margaret Ellen Davis
1899 - 1981
Ring, Australia
Pratt George Davis
Ring, Australia
Margaret Davis
Ring, Australia

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