Mary (Fern) Davies

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Mary Mary (Fern) Davies
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updated February 06, 2019
Mary Fern Davies was born into the Fern family and married into the Davies family. She married Davies Evan Davies, and they gave birth to Evan John Davies. We know that Mary Fern Davies had been residing in Stawell H, Australia.

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Mary Mary (Fern) Davies Biography

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Mary Fern Davies

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Mary

Middle name

Mary

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Fern

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Stawell H, Australia

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Davies Evan Davies

Stawell H, Australia

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Evan John Davies
1880 - 1899
Pleasant C, Australia

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Mary Fern Davies married Davies Evan Davies, and they gave birth to Evan John Davies. We know that Mary Fern Davies had been residing in Stawell H, Australia.
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Other Mary Davieses

Mary Elizabeth Davies
around 1923 - Oct 22, 1942
Mary Doreen (Mollie) Davies
around 1921 - Feb 13, 1940
Mary Davies
around 1853 - Sep 19, 1940
Mary Davies
around 1923 - May 3, 1941
Mary Davies
around 1926 - Mar 13, 1941
Mary Ann Davies

Australia
Mary Ann Davies
Died: 1915
Australia
Mary Louisa Davies
Died: 1910
Wandiligong, Australia
Mary Hannah (Evans) Davies

Sebastopol, Australia
Mary Ann (Bresnan) Davies
Died: 1895
Kilmore, Australia
Mary Lucy (Tobitt) Davies

Coblers Sebastapol, Australia
Mary Lucy (Tobitt) Davies
Died: 1889
Ballarat, Australia
Mary (Firth) Davies
Died: 1882
Smythesdale, Australia

Other Davieses

Monica Davies
1897 - 1899
Bendigo, Australia
Davies John Davies

Bendigo, Australia
Frank Hier Davies
1863 - 1899
Carl N, Australia
Davies Thomas Davies

Carl N, Australia
Mary Ann Daniel Davies

Carl N, Australia
Chart Ann Rodenhurst Davies
1874 - 1899
Kton, Australia
Elizabeth Hammond Davies

Kton, Australia
Catherine Davies
1832 - 1899
Richmond, Australia
Davies Richard Davies

Richmond, Australia
Catherine Parry Davies

Richmond, Australia
Henry Davies
1855 - 1899
Spol, Australia
Davies John Davies

Spol, Australia
Elizabeth Davies Davies

Spol, Australia
Doris May Davies
Died: 1899
Boort, Australia
Davies Ernt William Davies

Boort, Australia
Carol List Davies

Boort, Australia
Isaac Davies
1833 - 1899
Eaglehawk, Australia
Davies Evan Davies

Eaglehawk, Australia

Other Ferns

Myra Isabel Fern
1898 - 1899
Ballarat, Australia
Anora Atkinson Fern

Ballarat, Australia
Walter Frederick James Fern
Died: 1899
Melbourne South, Australia
Fern John James Fern

Melbourne South, Australia
Alice Button Fern

Melbourne South, Australia
Henry Fern
1836 - 1908
Ballarat, Australia
Fern William Fern

Ballarat, Australia
Jane Buchanan Fern

Ballarat, Australia
John Joseph Galvin Fern
1869 - 1909
Ballarat East, Australia
Fern Robert Fern

Ballarat East, Australia
Margaret Galvin Fern

Ballarat East, Australia
Hugh Allen Fern
Died: 1911
Coburg, Australia
Fern James Fern

Coburg, Australia
Annie Lucy Ryan Fern

Coburg, Australia
Mary Agnes Fern
Died: 1912
Ballarat, Australia
Eileen Fern Fern

Ballarat, Australia
Cyril Ernest Fern
Died: 1912
Fitzroy South, Australia
Fern Ernest Joseph Fern

Fitzroy South, Australia
Genevera Lowel Fern

Fitzroy South, Australia

Other Bios

Fred Baylie
1825 - 1899
Stawell H, Australia
Thomas Jones
1829 - 1899
Stawell, Australia
Elizabeth Henderson
1820 - 1899
Steiglitz, Australia
Brusey Thomas Henderson

Steiglitz, Australia
John Tait
1864 - 1899
Steiglik, Australia
William Hill
Died: 1899
St James, Australia
Hill James Fulton Hill

St James, Australia
Frances Church Hill

St James, Australia
Mavis Holmes
Died: 1899
St James, Australia
Holmes Gilbert Holmes

St James, Australia
Mary Melrose Howie Holmes

St James, Australia
Catherine Aberton
1838 - 1899
St Kilda, Australia
Campbell John Aberton

St Kilda, Australia
Catherine Campbell Aberton

St Kilda, Australia
Samuel Robinson
1842 - 1899
H K, Australia
Robinson Mat Robinson

H K, Australia
Fanny Clark Robinson

H K, Australia
Gladys Frances Menogue
Died: 1899
St Kilda, Australia
Laurence Menogue

St Kilda, Australia
Frances Murray Menogue

St Kilda, Australia
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