- 25 January 1907
Lampeter, Cardiganshire, Wales, United Kingdom
- 29 April 1951
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
- Defence worker and Teacher
- Alternative Names
- Davies, Nat (also known as)
Nat Davies began her teaching career in the primary sector in South Australia in 1926, but moved into girls' technical schools in 1939, remaing there until her death in 1951. She was an active unionist, serving as treasurer of the Women's Assistants' Association from 1934-37. On the formation of the Women Teachers' Guild in 1938, Davies served as its liaison officer from 1938-42 and its vice-president from 1945-49. During World War Two she was active in the Defence Society as its president and was the only female civil-defence officer in Adelaide.