Edith Emily (Lucas) Davis

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updated February 06, 2019
Edith Emily Lucas Davis was born into the Lucas family and married into the Davis family. She married John James Davis, and they gave birth to Benjn Frederick Davis. We know that Edith Emily Lucas Davis had been residing in Footscray, Australia.

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Edith Emily Lucas Davis

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Footscray, Australia

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John James Davis

Footscray, Australia

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Benjn Frederick Davis
Died: 1882
Footscray, Australia

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Edith Emily Lucas Davis married John James Davis, and they gave birth to Benjn Frederick Davis. We know that Edith Emily Lucas Davis had been residing in Footscray, Australia.
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Malvern, Australia
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Marcella Davis
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Sandhurst, Australia
Farrell John Davis

Sandhurst, Australia
Bridget Carmody Davis

Sandhurst, Australia
Arthur Ernest Davis
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Thomas Davis

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Emily Barrett Davis

Sridge, Australia
Jane Davis
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Carlton, Australia
Cousins John Davis

Carlton, Australia
Eliza Wells Davis

Carlton, Australia
Francis Davis
Died: 1882
Carlton, Australia
George Davis

Carlton, Australia
Elizabeth Trail Davis

Carlton, Australia
Rachel Davis
Died: 1882
Fton, Australia
John Davis

Fton, Australia
Amelia Hughes Davis

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Other Lucases

Annie Lucas
1863 - 1882
Carlton, Australia
Whitmore John Lucas

Carlton, Australia
Edward James Whitmore Lucas
1879 - 1882
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Edward Lucas

Collingwood, Australia
Annie Whitmore Lucas

Collingwood, Australia
Daniel Albert Lucas
Died: 1882
Birregurra, Australia
John Lucas

Birregurra, Australia
Mary Mooney Lucas

Birregurra, Australia
Richard Lucas
1833 - 1883
Cdown, Australia
Thomas Lucas

Cdown, Australia
Margaret Sydes Lucas

Cdown, Australia
John Lucas
Died: 1883
Collingwood, Australia
John Lucas

Collingwood, Australia
Mary Ann Tomlinson Lucas

Collingwood, Australia
Beatrice Mary Lucas
1878 - 1883
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Thomas Pennington Lucas

E Hill, Australia
John Richard Lucas
1818 - 1883
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Richard Lucas

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Elizabeth Fawkner Lucas

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Died: 1882
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F Cray, Australia
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Kelly Thomas Draper

Footscray, Australia
Catherine Maria Byrne Draper

Footscray, Australia
Sarah Irving
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Footscray, Australia
Joseph Irving

Footscray, Australia
Jane Mckee Irving

Footscray, Australia
John Oswald
1856 - 1882
Footscray, Australia
John Oswald

Footscray, Australia
Mary Mclaren Oswald

Footscray, Australia
David Samuel Dalton
Died: 1882
Footscray, Australia
Henry Dalton

Footscray, Australia
Elzth Winney Dalton

Footscray, Australia
Louisa White
1877 - 1882
Footscray, Australia
Alfred White

Footscray, Australia
Emma Skimmer White

Footscray, Australia
Michael Quilty
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Footscray, Australia
Dennis Quilty

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