Martha (Hooker) Davis

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Martha Martha (Hooker) Davis
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updated February 06, 2019
Martha Hooker Davis was born into the Hooker family and married into the Davis family. She married James Davis, and they gave birth to Frederick Wilton Davis. We know that Martha Hooker Davis had been residing in Carr, Australia.

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Martha Hooker Davis

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Martha

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Martha

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Hooker

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Carr, Australia

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James Davis
Carr, Australia

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Frederick Wilton Davis
1897 - 1965
Carr, Australia

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Martha Hooker Davis married James Davis, and they gave birth to Frederick Wilton Davis. We know that Martha Hooker Davis had been residing in Carr, Australia.
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Coburg, Australia
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Mary Ann Hewson Davis
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Lorraine Florenc Davis
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Melbourne, Australia
Lyle Davis
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Florence Abrahamson Davis
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1908 - 1965
Melbourne, Australia
Ralph Harris Davis
Melbourne, Australia
Elizabeth Edwards Davis
Melbourne, Australia
Alan James Olive Davis
1910 - 1965
Warb, Australia
Fanny Elizabeth Davis
1880 - 1965
Brunswick, Australia
Cameron Willia Davis
Brunswick, Australia
Edith Pearson Davis
Brunswick, Australia
Blanche May Davis
1888 - 1965
Loch, Australia
Howell John Th Davis
Loch, Australia
Emily Ada Fishley Davis
Loch, Australia
Alexander Davis
1893 - 1965
Mildura, Australia

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Elsie Emma Hooker
1896 - 1965
Preston, Australia
Murton Frederi Hooker
Preston, Australia
Amelia Alice Bright Hooker
Preston, Australia
Stanley James Hooker
1911 - 1966
Melbourne, Australia
Sydney James Hooker
Melbourne, Australia
Annie Saxton Hooker
Melbourne, Australia
Agnes Tasman Whi Hooker
1907 - 1966
Blac, Australia
Russell Edwin Hooker
1955 - 1966
Moor, Australia
Reginald Edward Hooker
Moor, Australia
Ada May Little Hooker
Moor, Australia
Alice Jane Maude Hooker
1892 - 1969
Blac, Australia
France George Hooker
Blac, Australia
Mary Ann Downing Hooker
Blac, Australia
Edna Leonide Hooker
1898 - 1970
Murr, Australia
Pilloud Louis Hooker
Murr, Australia
Emily Hargreaves Hooker
Murr, Australia
George Hooker
1911 - 1970
Prahran, Australia
George Hooker
Prahran, Australia
Agnes Mills Hooker
Prahran, Australia

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Alice Thwaites Mcbrien
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Mark John Marks
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George Marks
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Vera Glynn Marks
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Oswald Arthur Parker
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Eliza Mclean Parker
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Surr, Australia
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