Mary (Roberts) Davies

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Mary Mary (Roberts) Davies
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updated February 06, 2019
Mary Roberts Davies was born into the Roberts family and married into the Davies family. She married Davies John Davies, and they gave birth to William James Pearce Davies. We know that Mary Roberts Davies had been residing in Camwell, Australia.

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Mary Roberts Davies

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Mary

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Roberts

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Camwell, Australia

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Davies John Davies

Camwell, Australia

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William James Pearce Davies
1864 - 1941
Camwell, Australia

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Mary Roberts Davies married Davies John Davies, and they gave birth to William James Pearce Davies. We know that Mary Roberts Davies had been residing in Camwell, 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

Amelia Edith Davies
1873 - 1941
Coburg, Australia
Matheson Charles Davies

Coburg, Australia
Annie Davies

Coburg, Australia
Isabella Marguerite Davies
1865 - 1941
Black Rock, Australia
Rils Charles Davies

Black Rock, Australia
Isabella Fouston Davies

Black Rock, Australia
Annie Alma Davies
1858 - 1941
Elwick, Australia
Potterton Joseph Davies

Elwick, Australia
Lavinia Fielding Davies

Elwick, Australia
George Thomas Davies
1865 - 1941
Brunswick, Australia
Davies George Thomas Davies

E Bwick, Australia
Fanny Whittingham Davies

E Bwick, Australia
Clara Davies
1860 - 1941
Briton, Australia
Eudy Edward Davies

Briton, Australia
Mary Lecher Davies

Briton, Australia
Mary Sarah Davies
1859 - 1941
Burwood, Australia
Greenway Frederick Davies

Burwood, Australia
Sarah Stephens Davies

Burwood, Australia
Eliza Jane Davies
1857 - 1941
South Yarra, Australia
Wyllie James Davies

South Yarra, Australia

Other Robertses

Ethel May Roberts
1885 - 1941
South Melbourne, Australia
Tweed John Roberts

South Melbourne, Australia
Rosina Heffernan Roberts

South Melbourne, Australia
William Roberts
1868 - 1941
Heidelberg, Australia
Roberts Charles Roberts

Heidelberg, Australia
Azul Bertha Roberts
1900 - 1941
Cfld, Australia
Sheilds John Roberts

Cfld, Australia
Margaret Ellen Roberts
1850 - 1941
M Ponds, Australia
Tonkin Thomas Roberts

M Ponds, Australia
Nanny Penrose Roberts

M Ponds, Australia
Emily Roberts
1874 - 1941
Cfld, Australia
Boyd Robert Roberts

Cfld, Australia
Mary Ann Kennon Roberts

Cfld, Australia
Ellen Jane Roberts
1879 - 1941
Sshine, Australia
Bird John Thompson Roberts

Sshine, Australia
Mary Jane Drury Roberts

Sshine, Australia
Godfrey Ernest Roberts
1869 - 1941
Hawthorn, Australia
Jane Mccormick Roberts

Hawthorn, Australia

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1860 - 1941
Cham, Australia
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Cham, Australia
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Cham, Australia
Ottilie Dorothea Manning
1865 - 1941
Hburn, Australia
Plate Thomas Henry Manning

Hburn, Australia
Sophie Jelkin Manning

Hburn, Australia
Helen Whitton Davey
1862 - 1941
Kew, Australia
Batchelor David Davey

Kew, Australia
Margaret Whitton Davey

Kew, Australia
Louisa Ellen Mcfee
1879 - 1941
Alphington, Australia
Smedley George Mcfee

Alphington, Australia
Rachel Askins Mcfee

Alphington, Australia
Matilda Mcadam
1881 - 1941
Coburg, Australia
Muller John Mcadam

Coburg, Australia
Hannah Gosling Mcadam

Coburg, Australia
John Herbert Spicer
1880 - 1941
Carlton, Australia
Spicer John Spicer

N Carl, Australia
Maria Simpson Spicer

N Carl, Australia
George Harry Carter
1880 - 1941
Fitzroy, Australia
Carter William Carter

Fitzroy, Australia
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