Caspar Francis Theodore Caspar

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updated February 06, 2019
Caspar Francis Theodore Caspar married Elizabeth May Towers, and they gave birth to Kevin John Caspar. We know that Caspar Francis Theodore Caspar had been residing in Colac, Australia.

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Caspar Francis Theodore Caspar

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Francis Theodore

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Died: 1949
Colac, Australia

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Caspar Francis Theodore Caspar married Elizabeth May Towers, and they gave birth to Kevin John Caspar. We know that Caspar Francis Theodore Caspar had been residing in Colac, Australia.
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