David Thomas David

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updated February 06, 2019
David Thomas David married Mary David, and they gave birth to Noah David. We know that David Thomas David had been residing in Ballarat East, Australia.

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David Thomas David

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David

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Ballarat East, Australia

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Ballarat East, Australia

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Noah David
1835 - 1913
Ballarat East, Australia

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David Thomas David married Mary David, and they gave birth to Noah David. We know that David Thomas David had been residing in Ballarat East, Australia.
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Josh David
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Bendoc, Australia
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Ballarat East, Australia
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1848 - 1913
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Jane Avery Stevens

Ballarat East, Australia
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Reynolds John Reynolds

Ballarat East, Australia
Emma Tyler Reynolds

Ballarat East, Australia
Ruby Ethel Jones
Died: 1913
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Jones William Watkin Jones

Ballarat East, Australia
Florence Elizabeth Philbrook Jones

Ballarat East, Australia
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