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Henrietta Davies (1833–1904)

Henrietta Foster married her cousin Frederick Foster at Cathedral Church, Hobart, on 14 April 1853. Frederick petitioned for a divorce in England in 1859 on the grounds of adultery. She married Jasper Davies in England in 1866.

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Alternative Names
  • Foster, Henrietta
  • Greyson, Henrietta Foster

10 July, 1833
Campbell Town, Tasmania, Australia


18 March, 1904 (aged 70)
London, Middlesex, England

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