Rebecca Ann (Nankervis) Dawson

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Rebecca Ann Nankervis Dawson was born into the Nankervis family and married into the Dawson family. She married Dawson Robert George Dawson, and they gave birth to Clarice Jane Dawson. We know that Rebecca Ann Nankervis Dawson had been residing in Daylesford, Australia.

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Rebecca Ann Nankervis Dawson

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Daylesford, Australia

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Dawson Robert George Dawson

Daylesford, Australia

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Clarice Jane Dawson
Died: 1902
Daylesford, Australia

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Rebecca Ann Nankervis Dawson married Dawson Robert George Dawson, and they gave birth to Clarice Jane Dawson. We know that Rebecca Ann Nankervis Dawson had been residing in Daylesford, Australia.
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Preston, Australia
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Collingwood, Australia
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Collingwood, Australia
Emily Hollow Dawson

Collingwood, Australia
Henry Roley Dawson
1836 - 1902
Eca, Australia
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Eca, Australia
Wesley Thomas Dawson
1872 - 1902
Pt Fairy, Australia
Dawson Alex Dawson

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Annie Garland Dawson

Pt Fairy, Australia
Gladys May Dawson
Died: 1902
Rutherglen, Australia
Dawson Alf Thomas Dawson

Rutherglen, Australia

Other Nankervises

Bessie Nankervis
1863 - 1902
L Gully, Australia
Warren William Nankervis

L Gully, Australia
Mary Nicholls Nankervis

L Gully, Australia
William Nankervis
1849 - 1902
Ballarat East, Australia
Nankervis Henry Nankervis

Ballarat East, Australia
Mary Bennetts Nankervis

Ballarat East, Australia
Richard Nankervis
1854 - 1903
Ballarat East, Australia
Nankervis Henry Nankervis

Ballarat East, Australia
Mary Bennett Nankervis

Ballarat East, Australia
Cyril Leslie Nankervis
1901 - 1903
Bendigo, Australia
Nankervis Richard Nankervis

Bendigo, Australia
Jane Nankervis
1848 - 1904
Ballarat East, Australia
Beard William Nankervis

Ballarat East, Australia
Jane Martin Nankervis

Ballarat East, Australia
Andrew James Nankervis
1855 - 1904
Daylesford, Australia
Nankervis Andrew James Nankervis

Daylesford, Australia
Majory Nankervis Nankervis

Daylesford, Australia
Richard Norman Nankervis
1889 - 1905
Bendigo, Australia
Nankervis James Nankervis

Bendigo, Australia

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Daylesford, Australia
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Daylesford, Australia
Rosetta Rowe
1836 - 1902
Daylesford, Australia
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1819 - 1902
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Teressa Ellen Dew
1893 - 1902
Daylesford, Australia
Dew James Dew

Daylesford, Australia
Kate Rosser Dew

Daylesford, Australia
Evan Jones
1811 - 1902
Daylesford, Australia
Jones John Jones

Daylesford, Australia
Eliza Macklin
1825 - 1902
Dean, Australia
Brookshaw J Macklin

Dean, Australia
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1831 - 1902
Dean, Australia
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