Mary (Lloyd) Davies

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

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Mary Lloyd Davies

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Mary

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Mary

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Lloyd

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Melbourne South, Australia

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Davies Rich Davies

Melbourne South, Australia

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John Davies
1827 - 1910
Melbourne South, Australia

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Mary Lloyd Davies married Davies Rich Davies, and they gave birth to John Davies. We know that Mary Lloyd Davies had been residing in Melbourne South, 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 Isaac Davies
1906 - 1910
Northcote, Australia
Davies Daniel Davies

Northcote, Australia
Emily Beatrice Mawson Davies

Northcote, Australia
Herbert Richard Davies
1882 - 1910
Sea Lake, Australia
Davies Thomas Davies

Sea Lake, Australia
Hilda Roy Davies

Sea Lake, Australia
Charles Edward Davies
1877 - 1910
Amherst, Australia
Davies Edward Davies

Bton, Australia
Sarah Turfun Davies

Bton, Australia
William Wright Davies
1866 - 1910
Collingwood, Australia
Davies William Davies

Collingwood, Australia
Emma Meck Davies

Collingwood, Australia
Henry Davies
1840 - 1910
Geelong, Australia
Davies Isaac Davies

Geelong, Australia
Sarah Elliot Davies

Geelong, Australia
David Davies
1878 - 1910
Heidelberg, Australia
Davies John William Davies

Heidelberg, Australia
Jane Enos Davies

Heidelberg, Australia
Mary Davies
1845 - 1910
St Kilda, Australia
Guinane Patrick Davies

St Kilda, Australia

Other Lloyds

James Whitworth Lloyd
1844 - 1910
Kyton, Australia
Henry Lloyd
1837 - 1910
Prahran, Australia
Lloyd Benjamin Lloyd

Prahran, Australia
Charlotte Lesingham Lloyd

Prahran, Australia
Jane Lloyd
1843 - 1910
Carlton, Australia
Mullin Lloyd

Carlton, Australia
Delia Mary Lloyd
1881 - 1910
Heidelberg, Australia
Mccarthy Jeremiah Lloyd

Heidelberg, Australia
Mary Fahey Lloyd

Heidelberg, Australia
John Lloyd
1846 - 1910
Prn H, Australia
Lloyd William Lloyd

Prn H, Australia
Letitia Howard Lloyd

Prn H, Australia
Cecilia Theresa Lloyd
1909 - 1911
Gaffneys Creek, Australia
Lloyd Frederick Henry Lloyd

Kyneton, Australia
Fran Cecilia Murray Lloyd

Kyneton, Australia
Christina Martha Lloyd
1857 - 1911
Colac, Australia
Morton Thomas Lloyd

Colac, Australia
Aimee Louisa Lloyd
1889 - 1911
Ewick, Australia

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Morris Alexander
1825 - 1910
Melbourne South, Australia
Alexander Israel Alexander

Melbourne South, Australia
Anna Lyons Alexander

Melbourne South, Australia
Frances Hobbs
1837 - 1910
Melbourne South, Australia
Thomas Rooke
1846 - 1910
Melbourne South, Australia
Rooke Thomas Rooke

Melbourne South, Australia
Eliza Sharpe Rooke

Melbourne South, Australia
Samson Phillips
1851 - 1910
Melbourne South, Australia
Phillips Samson Phillips

Melbourne South, Australia
Jane Pearlt Phillips

Melbourne South, Australia
Jane Bailey
1847 - 1910
Melbourne South, Australia
Tarrant Bailey

Melbourne South, Australia
Jane Bailey

Melbourne South, Australia
Baby Hartpence
Died: 1910
Melbourne South, Australia
Hartpence John Richmond Hartpence

Melbourne South, Australia
Mary Coleman Relay Hartpence

Melbourne South, Australia
George Henry Peace
1847 - 1910
Melbourne South, Australia
Peace Charles Peace

Melbourne South, Australia
Mary Pearl Dobby Peace

Melbourne South, Australia
Thomas Ashworth
1871 - 1910
Melbourne South, Australia
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