Martha (Green) Davies

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updated February 06, 2019
Martha Green Davies was born into the Green family and married into the Davies family. She married John Davies, and they gave birth to Ivor Davies. We know that Martha Green Davies had been residing in Ballarat, Australia.

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Martha Green Davies

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Martha

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Ballarat, Australia

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John Davies
Ballarat, Australia

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Ivor Davies
1897 - 1978
Ballarat, Australia

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Martha Green Davies married John Davies, and they gave birth to Ivor Davies. We know that Martha Green Davies had been residing in Ballarat, Australia.
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Martha M Davies
Born: around 1909
California, United States
Martha Elizabeth (Gunson) Davies
Died: 1873
Melbourne, Australia
Martha Louise Davies
1897 - 1980
Mont, Australia
Martha Alford Davies
Ewick, Australia

Other Davieses

Allan Neilson Davies
1922 - 1978
Melbourne, Australia
Gilbert Davies
Melbourne, Australia
Dorothy Llo Richards Davies
Melbourne, Australia
Ida May Davies
1904 - 1978
Heidelberg, Australia
Halls Percy Jo Davies
Heidelberg, Australia
Eliza May Lancaster Davies
Heidelberg, Australia
Richard Louis Mu Davies
1904 - 1978
Sandhurst, Australia
Richard Thom Davies
Sandhurst, Australia
Elizabeth Little Davies
Sandhurst, Australia
Catherine Ann Do Davies
1896 - 1978
Warr, Australia
Mclean Hugh Davies
Warr, Australia
Emma Fisher Davies
Warr, Australia
Esther Ellen Davies
1898 - 1978
Leon, Australia
John Davies
Leon, Australia
Ellen Morgan Davies
Leon, Australia
Gertrude Irene Davies
1906 - 1978
Morn, Australia
Harding Richar Davies
Morn, Australia
Ruth Lawrence Davies
Morn, Australia
George Llewellyn Davies
1945 - 1978
Ment, Australia
George Davies
Ment, Australia

Other Greens

Frederick Gordon Green
1893 - 1978
Dandenong, Australia
William Edwa Green
Dandenong, Australia
Sarah Cathe Fletcher Green
Dandenong, Australia
Harold Godfrey Green
1910 - 1978
Mary, Australia
Solomon Green
Mary, Australia
Alice Maud Jacobs Green
Mary, Australia
Dorothy Florence Green
1902 - 1978
Ballarat, Australia
Blower Samuel Green
Ballarat, Australia
Sarah Adams Green
Ballarat, Australia
John Patrick Green
1936 - 1978
Mildura, Australia
Thomas Green
Mildura, Australia
Edna Purtell Green
Mildura, Australia
Isabel Ivy Green
1905 - 1978
Rose, Australia
Leo Alfred Green
1904 - 1978
Cheltenham, Australia
Margaret Mackey Green
Cheltenham, Australia
Michael Joseph Green
1894 - 1978
Ballarat, Australia
George Green
Ballarat, Australia
Johana Mcginnes Green
Ballarat, Australia
Isobella Jane Green
1886 - 1978
Preston, Australia
Johnson James Green
Preston, Australia

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Robert Dixon
1902 - 1978
Ballarat, Australia
Thomas Henry Dixon
Ballarat, Australia
Mary Elean Singleton Dixon
Ballarat, Australia
Louis Francis Danckert
1898 - 1978
Park, Australia
John Danckert
Park, Australia
Florence Nance Davis
1914 - 1978
Brunswick, Australia
Martin Walter Davis
Brunswick, Australia
Margaret Ja Mckenzie Davis
Brunswick, Australia
Kevin Fulton Daniel
1912 - 1978
Ballarat, Australia
Edmund John Daniel
Ballarat, Australia
Florence Lucy Fulton Daniel
Ballarat, Australia
Ruby Eleanor Crooke
1892 - 1978
Mald, Australia
Martini Crooke
Mald, Australia
Melva Marion Carter
1893 - 1978
Ment, Australia
Priddle Willia Carter
Ment, Australia
Ellen Smith Carter
Ment, Australia
Alfred Carter
Jun 4, 1897 - April 1978
Bucklin, Missouri
George Rigby Carter
Coburg, Australia
Elizabeth Fra Dudley Carter
Coburg, Australia
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