Edith Selina (Davis) (Davis)

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Edith Selina Davis Davis was born into the Davis family and married into the Davis family. She had Edith Davis with an unknown spouse. We know that Edith Selina Davis Davis had been residing in Richmond, Australia.


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Kew, Australia
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Cheltenham, Australia
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Prahran, Australia
Edith Ann Davis
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Park, Australia
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Box Hill, Australia
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St Kilda, Australia
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St Kilda, Australia
Mary Ellen Davis
1875 - 1915
Warburton, Australia
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Warburton, Australia
Mary Ellen Clinch Davis

Warburton, Australia
Emily Davis
1862 - 1916
Armadale, Australia
Edginton Thomas Davis

Armadale, Australia
Harriet Prosser Davis

Armadale, Australia
Harriet Davis
1863 - 1916
Bmarsh, Australia
Hodnett David Davis

Bmarsh, Australia
Johanna Rogan Davis

Bmarsh, Australia
Edward Frederick Davis
1866 - 1916
Ballarat East, Australia
Davis Edward Frederick Davis

Ballarat East, Australia
Henrietta Harrison Davis

Ballarat East, Australia
Henry Morris Davis
1855 - 1916
Fitzroy, Australia
Davis Edward Davis

Fitzroy, Australia
Henrietta Harrison Davis

Fitzroy, Australia
Isabella Davis
1868 - 1916
Leopold, Australia
Warren Henry Davis

Leopold, Australia

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1912 - 1915
Richmond, Australia
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Richmond, Australia
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Richmond, Australia
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Richmond, Australia
Mary Scrace Savage

Richmond, Australia
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1913 - 1915
Richmond, Australia
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Richmond, Australia
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Richmond, Australia
Elizabeth Quirk
1901 - 1915
Richmond, Australia
Quirk William Quirk

Richmond, Australia
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Richmond, Australia
Ellen Fahey
1836 - 1915
Richmond, Australia
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Richmond, Australia
Ellen Fahey

Richmond, Australia
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Richmond, Australia
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Richmond, Australia
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Richmond, Australia
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