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Emily Blanchford Gale was born 1852 in Bristol, England, United Kingdom to Francis Peter Gale (1824-1892) and Jane Hamlyn (1826-1904) and died 28 July 1894 in Rose cottage, Ulmarra, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. She married Charles Davis (1836-1905) 23 December 1869 in Grafton, New South Wales, Australia.
Emily Blanchford Gale

Emily Blanchford Gale



Children


Offspring of Emily Blanchford Gale and Charles Davis (1836-1905)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Amy Jane Davis (1870-1944) 4 September 1870 Woodford Island, New South Wales, Australia 17 March 1944 a private hospital, Maclean, New South Wales, Australia Alfred William Selman (1870-1952)

Catherine Mary Davis (1871-1948)
Annie Louisa Davis (1873-1957) 19 May 1873 Taloumbi, New South Wales, Australia 11 November 1957 Casino, New South Wales, Australia Thomas William Lee (1874-1943)

Christable Ada Davis (1875-1877)
Florence Emily Davis (1877-1958)
Francis Charles Davis (1878-1947) 30 December 1878 Taloumbi, New South Wales, Australia 5 February 1947 Cessnock District Hospital, Cessnock, New South Wales, Australia Matilda Ann Selway (c1881-1952)

Mabel Alice Davis (1881-1953)
Hamlyn James Davis (1883-1964)
Peter Sabey Davis (1884-1943)
Edith Adeline Davis (1887-1967)
Ada Felicity Davis (1889-1982)
Albert Edward Davis (1891-1925)
Unnamed Female Davis (1894-1894)




Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
¶ Death
  • At Ulmarra Mrs. Charles Davis, the mother of 11 children, died on Saturday through a premature confinement, super vening on influenza and bronchitis.
Evening News, 30 July 1894, page 6
  • DAVIS.—At her sister's (Mrs. J. J. Lee) residence, Rose cottage, Ulmarra, on 28th July, after a short and painful illness, EMILY BLANCHFORD, dearly beloved wife of Charles Davis, of Palmer's Channel, and second daughter of the late F. P. Gale, Franklands, South Arm, leaving a large family and a loving mother and sisters to mourn their irreparable loss.
Clarence and Richmond Examiner, 4 August 1894, page 5

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