Mary (Hunter) Davies

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updated February 06, 2019
Mary Hunter Davies was born into the Hunter family and married into the Davies family. She married Moloney John Davies, and they gave birth to Florence Mary Davies. We know that Mary Hunter Davies had been residing in Melbourne, Australia.

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Mary Hunter Davies

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Middle name

Mary

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Hunter

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Melbourne, Australia

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Mary Hunter Davies & Moloney John Davies

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Moloney John Davies

Melbourne, Australia

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Florence Mary Davies
1873 - 1948
Melbourne, Australia

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Mary Hunter Davies married Moloney John Davies, and they gave birth to Florence Mary Davies. We know that Mary Hunter Davies had been residing in Melbourne, 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

John William Davies
1869 - 1948
E Bruns, Australia
Davies George Thomas Davies

E Bruns, Australia
Fannie Maria Batho Davies

E Bruns, Australia
William Egan Davies
1877 - 1948
Parkville, Australia
Davies William Davies

Parkville, Australia
Mary Egan Davies

Parkville, Australia
Ellis Davies
1870 - 1948
Kew, Australia
Davies William Davies

Kew, Australia
Ann Jones Davies

Kew, Australia
Kenneth John Davies
1945 - 1948
Parkville, Australia
Davies Kenneth Richard Davies

Parkville, Australia
Doris Daphne Esnauf Davies

Parkville, Australia
Rose Anne Davies
1871 - 1948
Coburg, Australia
Witham Benjamin Davies

Coburg, Australia
Nancy Gregory Davies

Coburg, Australia
George Edwin Arthur Davies
1913 - 1948
Fitzroy, Australia
Davies David Davies

Fitzroy, Australia
Mabel Henrietta Willis Davies

Fitzroy, Australia
Dora Catherine Davies
1874 - 1948
Heidelberg, Australia
Owen Robert Davies

Heidelberg, Australia

Other Hunters

John Alex Hunter
1866 - 1948
M Ponds, Australia
Hunter Robert Hunter

M Ponds, Australia
Agnes Ann Cummins Hunter

M Ponds, Australia
Albert Henry Hunter
1888 - 1948
Coburg, Australia
Hunter Henry James Hunter

Coburg, Australia
Jessie Duncan Hunter

Coburg, Australia
Robert Desmond Hunter
Died: 1948
Carlton, Australia
Hunter Thomas Millar Hunter

Carlton, Australia
John Thomas Kingsley Hunter
Died: 1948
Sunshine, Australia
Hunter William Thomas Hunter

Sunshine, Australia
Mavis Jean King Hunter

Sunshine, Australia
William John Hunter
1874 - 1948
Fscray, Australia
Hunter William Hunter

Fscray, Australia
Mary Stevenson Hunter

Fscray, Australia
John Stanley Hunter
1886 - 1948
Cfield, Australia
Hunter John Bishop Hunter

Cfield, Australia
Edith Mary Lane Hunter

Cfield, Australia
Margaret Wylie Hunter
1877 - 1948
Mt Park, Australia
Currie Gilbert Hunter

Mt Park, Australia

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1882 - 1948
Preston, Australia
Nevill John Thomas Layh

Preston, Australia
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Preston, Australia
Ivy Smith
1901 - 1948
Parkville, Australia
Silkstone John Smith

Parkville, Australia
Emma Elizabeth Sinclair
1862 - 1948
Gardiner, Australia
Cox William Sinclair

Gardiner, Australia
Marie Conroy Sinclair

Gardiner, Australia
Hyacinth Susan Valerie Riddell Stanley
1891 - 1948
Malvern, Australia
Hayter Henry Barkly Stanley

Malvern, Australia
Louisa Jane Poole
1864 - 1948
Adale, Australia
Saville John Poole

Adale, Australia
Jane Quinn Poole

Adale, Australia
Julia Storey
1878 - 1948
Yville, Australia
Mckinstry James Storey

Yville, Australia
Julia Costelloe Storey

Yville, Australia
Catherine Henrietta Avery
1864 - 1948
M Albt, Australia
Ann Jessie Clunes Avery

M Albt, Australia
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