Martha (Robbins) Davies

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updated September 11, 2019
Martha Robbins Davies was born into the Robbins family and married into the Davies family. She was the parent of William Robbins Davies, and George Davies with an unknown spouse. We know that Martha Robbins Davies had been residing in Heidelberg, Australia.

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Martha Robbins Davies

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Martha

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Robbins

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Heidelberg, Australia

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William Robbins Davies
1888 - 1969
Heidelberg, Australia
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Heidelberg, Australia

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She was the parent of William Robbins Davies, and George Davies with an unknown spouse. We know that Martha Robbins Davies had been residing in Heidelberg, Australia.
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California, United States
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Died: 1873
Melbourne, Australia
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1897 - 1980
Mont, Australia
Martha Alford Davies

Ewick, Australia
Martha Green Davies

Ballarat, Australia
Martha Davies

Oakl, Australia
Martha Croft Davies

Hami, Australia
Martha Langley Davies

Ballarat, Australia
Martha Quinnell Davies

Leon, Australia
Martha Jane Green Davies

Ballarat, Australia

Other Davieses

Louise Caroline Davies
1884 - 1969
Prahran, Australia
Speirs Davies

Prahran, Australia
Jan Caroline Davies

Prahran, Australia
Myrtle Laura Lil Davies
1898 - 1969
Preston, Australia
Cannard John Davies

Preston, Australia
Annie Rebbec Merrett Davies

Preston, Australia
Helen Guy Davies
1910 - 1970
Preston, Australia
Squire Francis Davies

Preston, Australia
Ellen Ohara Davies

Preston, Australia
Mary Frances Davies
1881 - 1970
Drum, Australia
Susan Alma Brown Davies
1892 - 1970
Gree, Australia
Narracott Arthur Davies

Gree, Australia
Benjamin Thomas Davies
1887 - 1970
Footscray, Australia
Davis Henry Ro Davies

Balw, Australia
Susan Pennell Davies

Balw, Australia
Frederick James Davies
1897 - 1970
Cant, Australia
William Jame Davies

Cant, Australia
Caroline Payne Davies

Cant, Australia
Roy Davies
1946 - 1970
Melbourne, Australia

Other Robbinses

Mary Ellen Robbins
1909 - 1970
Suns, Australia
Higgins Daniel Robbins

Suns, Australia
Frances Margaret Robbins
May 12, 1894 - July 1970
Detroit, Michigan
Guy John Robbins

Tatu, Australia
Frances Cosgrove Robbins

Tatu, Australia
Arthur John Robbins
1887 - 1970
Richmond, Australia
Charles Robbins

Coburg, Australia
Jane Eliza Bentley Robbins

Coburg, Australia
Margaret Robbins
1876 - 1970
Trar, Australia
Anderson Willi Robbins

Trar, Australia
Margaret Mcgill Robbins

Trar, Australia
Arnold James Robbins
1904 - 1970
Melbourne, Australia
John Robbins

Melbourne, Australia
Elizabeth Ma Robbins Robbins

Melbourne, Australia
Janine Robbins
1965 - 1970
Park, Australia
Maxwell John Robbins

Park, Australia
Andrea Elsa Wall Robbins

Park, Australia
John Charles Robbins
1953 - 1971
Mald, Australia
Charles Roy Robbins

Mald, Australia

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Ment, Australia
Harold Benjamin Edwards
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Peter Matthew Edwards

Dandenong, Australia
Kathleen Topping Edwards

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Euphemia Fomin
1910 - 1969
Geelong, Australia
Malesheff Pave Fomin

Geelong, Australia
Maria Fomin

Geelong, Australia
Jeanne Baxter Fox
1922 - 1969
Park, Australia
Charles Fox

Park, Australia
Knight J Schleselman Fox

Park, Australia
Solomon Fox
1908 - 1969
Park, Australia
Fishel Fox

Park, Australia
Masha Finegold Fox

Park, Australia
William Alfred Farey
1876 - 1969
Eaglehawk, Australia
James Farey

Eaglehawk, Australia
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