Mary Lucy (Tobitt) Davies (died 1889)

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? - 1889 (edit)
updated February 06, 2019
Mary Lucy (Tobitt) Davies was born into the Tobitt family and married into the Davies family. She married John William Davies. She died in 1889. We know that Mary Lucy (Tobitt) Davies had been residing in Ballarat, Australia.

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Mary Lucy (Tobitt) Davies

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Tobitt

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Mary Lucy (Tobitt) Davies died in 1889. She married John William Davies. We know that Mary Lucy (Tobitt) Davies had been residing in Ballarat, Australia.
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1889 World Events

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In 1807, on February 19th, former Vice President of the United States Aaron Burr was arrested on charges of treason, accused of plotting to grab parts of Louisiana and Mexico in order to create an independent republic. On September 1st, he was acquitted of the charges. Although he was deemed to be guilty of plotting against the U.S., he was not found to be guilty of an "overt act" - which is the Constitutional requirement to be met. Burr's reputation, after the charges and the duel with Alexander Hamilton, was ruined, however.

In 1813, on March 29th, in the Mexican War of Independence, the Battle of Rosillo Creek took place. The Republican Army of the North defeated the Spanish Royalist Army in present-day Bexar County, Texas. On April 1st, the Royalists surrendered to the Republican Army. On April 6th, the Republican Army issued a draft declaration of independence.

In 1829, on July 23rd, in the United States, William Burt obtained the first patent for a kind of typewriter - an earlier one had been made in Italy in 1808. The typographer, as it was called, was a rectangular wooden box 12 inches wide, 12 inches high, and 18 inches long. It worked by depressing a rotating lever so that an inked letter made contact with the paper.

In 1848, on May 29th, Wisconsin became the 30th U.S. state. The British had formerly owned the territory but after the War of 1812, American white settlers - especially lead miners - moved into the area.

In 1889, in the year of Mary Lucy (Tobitt) Davies's passing, on April 20th, Adolf Hitler was born in Austria-Hungary - now Austria. In his early 30's, he began his rise to power in German politics, eventually becoming the leader of the Nazi Party and Führer of Nazi Germany. He presided over the death of millions of civilians as well as leading Germany through World War II.

Other Biographies

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

Other Tobitts

Mary Lucy (Tobitt) Davies
Coblers Sebastapol, Australia

Other Bios

Mary Lucy (Tobitt) Davies
Coblers Sebastapol, Australia
Fred Walter Baynes
Ireland, Australia
Bessie Everett (Ayres) Allwright
Died: 1889
Creswick, Australia
Sydney Richard Gunn Allwright
Creswick, Australia
Eliza (Brice) Miller
Cadder Lanark, Australia
John William Glenister
Died: 1889
Geelong, Australia
Anne (Willis) Rosel
Pillitz Saxony, Australia
Richard Thomas Hopkins
Died: 1889
Grenville, Australia
Charles Frederick Lill
Died: 1889
Creswick, Australia
Georgina Rose (Poore) Lill
Creswick, Australia
William Henry Sainsbery
Died: 1889
Carlton, Australia
Sarah Jane (Robb) Billing
Died: 1889
Laanecoorie, Australia
Joanna Lydia (Nankervis) Oliver
South Australia, Australia
Elijah Dobson
Calcutta, Australia
Martin Murish Tyack
Horsham, Australia
John Campbell
Durham Lead, Australia
Bernard Carter
Died: 1889
Footscray, Australia
Charlotte (Gilham) Mulcahy
Died: 1889
Ararat, Australia
John Andreas Waser
Mt Beckwith, Australia
William Henry Ter Hofsteede
Ballarat, Australia
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