Margaret (Anelia) Davies

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updated February 06, 2019
Margaret Anelia Davies was born into the Anelia family and married into the Davies family. She married Ira Edmond Davies, and they gave birth to Frank Lowis Davies. We know that Margaret Anelia Davies had been residing in Heidelberg, Australia.


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Heidelberg, Australia


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1924 - 1984
Heidelberg, Australia


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Margaret Anelia Davies married Ira Edmond Davies, and they gave birth to Frank Lowis Davies. We know that Margaret Anelia Davies had been residing in Heidelberg, Australia.
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Other Margaret Davieses

Margaret Louisa Davies
around 1908 - Jan 16, 1945
Margaret Frances Davies
around 1919 - Oct 18, 1940
Margaret Eluned Davies
Died: Feb 12, 1944
Margaret Davies
around 1901 - Jun 15, 1944
Margaret Davies
around 1911 - Apr 16, 1941
Margaret Davies
around 1886 - Mar 14, 1941
Margaret (Massie) Davies

Glamorganshire, Australia
Margaret Davies

Inve, Australia
Margaret Dawn Davies
1940 - 1984
Dandenong, Australia
Margaret Davies

Morn, Australia

Other Davieses

Louis Samuel Davies
1901 - 1984
Smel, Australia
Charles Davies

Smel, Australia
Gertrude Davies

Smel, Australia
William Arthur Davies
1904 - 1984
Long, Australia
Arthur Davies

Long, Australia
Louisa Davies

Long, Australia
Bruce George Davies
1919 - 1984
Hors, Australia
Hector Davies

Hors, Australia
Anni Florence Davies

Hors, Australia
Maurice Howell Davies
1920 - 1984
Emel, Australia
Henry Maurice Davies

Emel, Australia
Marjori Alice Davies

Emel, Australia
Jessie Gwendolin Davies
1892 - 1984
Swan, Australia
Mabel Frances Davies
1894 - 1984
Malvern, Australia
Scott Richard N Davies

Malvern, Australia
Sarah Davies

Malvern, Australia
Elizabeth Catherine Davies
1895 - 1984
Kew, Australia
Neely Samuel Wi Davies

Kew, Australia
Jane Nary Davies

Kew, Australia
Richard Thomas Davies
1899 - 1984
Lave, Australia

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Christina Cocovska
1915 - 1984
Heidelberg, Australia
Tsalakopoulos H Cocovska

Heidelberg, Australia
Fania Cocovska

Heidelberg, Australia
Victor William Callaghan
1903 - 1984
Heidelberg, Australia
William Callaghan

Heidelberg, Australia
Maria Amy Callaghan

Heidelberg, Australia
Minnie Florence Cousins
1897 - 1984
Cheltenham, Australia
Bartlett Willia Cousins

Cheltenham, Australia
Louise Fruances Cousins

Cheltenham, Australia
Mathew Michael Braat
1926 - 1984
Fitzroy, Australia
Petrus Leonard Braat

Fitzroy, Australia
Maria Co Anna Braat

Fitzroy, Australia
Bruce Alan Best
1925 - 1984
Scau, Australia
Joseph Alfred Best

Scau, Australia
May Edith Best

Scau, Australia
Helena Mary Catherine Brunt
1906 - 1984
Box Hill, Australia
Lawry Richard H Brunt

Box Hill, Australia
Mary Catherine Alice Brunt

Box Hill, Australia
Howard Brookes
1905 - 1984
Heidelberg, Australia
William Charle Brookes

Heidelberg, Australia
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