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Davis, Thomas, 1828-1904
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Thomas Davis arrived in Australia in 1847 with a conviction for petty theft. In 1852 he married Mary Green, sent to Australia under the Orphan Girls' Emigration scheme from Ireland in 1848. They took up a 160 acre selection at Greenmount in 1870, had 13 children (only 9 survived past infancy), and one of their children was Arthur Hoey Davis (also known as Steele Rudd). Thomas Davis died in 1904.
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Revised, Linda Justo, 21-Jul-2021.
Wikipedia contributors. (2021, June 5). 'Steele Rudd', Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, accessed online 21-Jul-2021.