Myrtle Mavina (Bould) Davis

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updated March 12, 2019
Myrtle Mavina (Bould) Davis was born into the Bould family and married into the Davis family. She married David Francis Davis, and they gave birth to Ronald Francis Basil Davis. We know that Myrtle Mavina (Bould) Davis had been residing in Lara, Australia.

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Myrtle Mavina (Bould) Davis

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Myrtle

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Mavina

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Bould

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Lara, Australia

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Myrtle Mavina (Bould) Davis & David Francis Davis

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David Francis Davis

Lara, Australia

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Ronald Francis Basil Davis
Born: 1919
Lara, Australia

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Myrtle Mavina (Bould) Davis married David Francis Davis, and they gave birth to Ronald Francis Basil Davis. We know that Myrtle Mavina (Bould) Davis had been residing in Lara, Australia.
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1812 - 1854
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Wangaratta, Australia
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1879 - 1884
Bwick, Australia
Thomas Bould

Bwick, Australia
Annie Eleanor Nicol Bould

Bwick, Australia
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1811 - 1887
Ballarat, Australia
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1884 - 1888
Wangaratta, Australia
Lillian Fran Bould Bould

Wangaratta, Australia

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