Matilda Maria (Davis) Cloak

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updated February 06, 2019
Matilda Maria Davis Cloak was born into the Davis family and married into the Cloak family. She married Aston John Cloak, and they gave birth to Alice Matilda Cloak. We know that Matilda Maria Davis Cloak had been residing in Wont, Australia.

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Matilda Maria Davis Cloak

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Wont, Australia

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Matilda Maria Davis Cloak & Aston John Cloak

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Aston John Cloak
Wont, Australia

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Alice Matilda Cloak
1882 - 1959
Wont, Australia

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Matilda Maria Davis Cloak married Aston John Cloak, and they gave birth to Alice Matilda Cloak. We know that Matilda Maria Davis Cloak had been residing in Wont, Australia.
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Russell Kerslake
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Henry James Kerslake
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Frederick Willia Biggins
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