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c.1863 Born in Cardiff, son of [[Lewis Davis]]
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1888 of Brynderwen, Colliery proprietor at the death of his father<ref>National probate calendar</ref>
 
1888 of Brynderwen, Colliery proprietor at the death of his father<ref>National probate calendar</ref>

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c.1863 Born in Cardiff, son of Lewis Davis (1830-1888)

1888 of Brynderwen, Colliery proprietor at the death of his father[1]

1911 Frederick Lewis Davis 48, colliery proprietor, lived in Hatfield, with Helen Brydie Davis 45, Lewis Frederick Davis 20, student at Cambridge University, Noel Brydie Davis 17, army candidate Alistair Jeffreys Davis 10[2]

1920 living in Virginia Water, Surrey; died in Marylebone[3]

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  1. National probate calendar
  2. 1911 census
  3. National probate calendar