Holmes Henry Davies

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updated February 06, 2019
Holmes Henry Davies married Emma Edgell, and they gave birth to Julia Davies. We know that Holmes Henry Davies had been residing in Castlemaine, Australia.

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Holmes Henry Davies

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Holmes

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Castlemaine, Australia

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Emma Edgell Davies
Castlemaine, Australia

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Julia Davies
1861 - 1926
Castlemaine, Australia

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Holmes Henry Davies married Emma Edgell, and they gave birth to Julia Davies. We know that Holmes Henry Davies had been residing in Castlemaine, Australia.
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Other Holmes Davieses

Holmes Charles Davies
Park, Australia

Other Davieses

Emma Edgell Davies
Castlemaine, Australia
Edna May Davies
1915 - 1926
Castlemaine, Australia
Davies Henry William Davies
Castlemaine, Australia
Elsie May Barnes Davies
Castlemaine, Australia
William Oregan Davies
1849 - 1926
Collingwood, Australia
Elizabeth Davies
1844 - 1926
Ffield, Australia
Davies John Davies
Ffield, Australia
Mary Davies
Ffield, Australia
Nanny Oliver Davies
1843 - 1926
Geelong W, Australia
Hutchins John Davies
Geelong W, Australia
Catherine Oliver Davies
Geelong W, Australia
Horace Frederick Davies
1891 - 1926
Gboro, Australia
Frederick Davies
1871 - 1926
Heidelberg, Australia
William James Davies
1898 - 1926
Melbourne East, Australia
Davies John Davies
Melbourne East, Australia
Elizabeth Davies
Melbourne East, Australia
Rachael Davies
1865 - 1926
Moonee P, Australia
James Daniel Davies
Moonee P, Australia

Other Bios

Emma Edgell Davies
Castlemaine, Australia
James Ashley
1847 - 1926
Castlemaine, Australia
Ashley James Ashley
Castlemaine, Australia
Ann Higgins Ashley
Castlemaine, Australia
Robina Amelia Bowyer
1870 - 1926
Castlemaine, Australia
Borrett Peter Bowyer
Castlemaine, Australia
Hannah Bowyer
Castlemaine, Australia
Edna May Davies
1915 - 1926
Castlemaine, Australia
Davies Henry William Davies
Castlemaine, Australia
Elsie May Barnes Davies
Castlemaine, Australia
Rubiene Alma Preuss
1894 - 1926
Cfield, Australia
Preuss Thomas Oscar Preuss
Cfield, Australia
Annie Huf Preuss
Cfield, Australia
Norah Webb
1871 - 1926
Cauld, Australia
Dwyer Patrick Webb
Cauld, Australia
Catherine Murphy Webb
Cauld, Australia
Cornelius Mckeeran
1860 - 1926
Cfield, Australia
Mckeeran Timothy Mckeeran
Cfield, Australia
Mary Mcauliffe Mckeeran
Cfield, Australia
Tamiko Akamatsu
1906 - 1926
Cfield, Australia
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