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Trying to find Daws(Mother)
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|Joyce||Report||29 Oct 2006 04:57|
My mother Gladys Cavalier Daws was born in Johannesburg in 1904 where she lived till she was 10 years old, when the family returned to Victoria, where her father was born. Any Daws ancestors born in the England who may be connected to her great grandfather Robert Daws, born in the London area in circa.1785. Five of Robert's sons, Charles, George Robert, Edward, Thomas and Francis came to Victoria, Australia between 1853 -56. They lived in the Melbourne or Ballarat area most of their lives. Edward Daws, son of George Robert Daws is father of Gladys.