Emma Margar (Nicolson) Davey

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updated February 06, 2019
Emma Margar Nicolson Davey was born into the Nicolson family and married into the Davey family. She married James Davey, and they gave birth to James Mitchell Davey. We know that Emma Margar Nicolson Davey had been residing in Malvern, Australia.

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Emma Margar Nicolson Davey

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Emma Margar

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Emma Margar

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Nicolson

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Malvern, Australia

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James Davey

Malvern, Australia

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James Mitchell Davey
1887 - 1963
Malvern, Australia

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Emma Margar Nicolson Davey married James Davey, and they gave birth to James Mitchell Davey. We know that Emma Margar Nicolson Davey had been residing in Malvern, Australia.
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Blanche Hart Davey

Melbourne, Australia
William Edward Davey
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Swan, Australia
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1898 - 1967
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1906 - 1968
Park, Australia
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Park, Australia
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Park, Australia
Jane Anderson Nicolson
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Surr, Australia
Nicolson James Nicolson

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1892 - 1969
Hami, Australia
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Hami, Australia
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Hami, Australia
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1896 - 1970
Fran, Australia
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Fran, Australia
Christine Nicolson

Fran, Australia
Ian Kenneth Nicolson
1900 - 1970
Park, Australia
Donald Nicolson

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