Colin Edward Danvers

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updated February 06, 2019
Colin Edward Danvers married Christine Danvers, and they gave birth to Paul Graham Danvers. We know that Colin Edward Danvers had been residing in Park, Australia.


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Park, Australia


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1979 - 1981
Park, Australia


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Colin Edward Danvers married Christine Danvers, and they gave birth to Paul Graham Danvers. We know that Colin Edward Danvers had been residing in Park, Australia.
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Other Danverses

Christine Danvers

Park, Australia
Isabella (Hall) Danvers
Died: 1871
Dunolly, Australia
John Danvers

Dunolly, Australia
Wallace M Danvers
Born: around 1918
Oklahoma, United States
Frank A Danvers
Born: around 1907
Utah, United States
Charles Danvers
Died: Apr 9, 1917
Frederick Charles Danvers
around 1926 - Mar 8, 1945
G Danvers
around 1896 - Jul 1, 1916
G Danvers
Died: Jul 1, 1917

Other Bios

Christine Danvers

Park, Australia
Fitzroy Dennis Foenander
1946 - 1981
Coburg, Australia
Dennis Foenander

Coburg, Australia
June Foenander

Coburg, Australia
Donald William Davis
1951 - 1981
Roya, Australia
Edward Willi Davis

Roya, Australia
Jessie Enid Davis

Roya, Australia
Debra June Delbridge
1956 - 1981
Rese, Australia
Coulton James Delbridge

Rese, Australia
Mavis Delbridge

Rese, Australia
Bruce Emerson
1957 - 1981
Melbourne, Australia
Clifford Emerson

Melbourne, Australia
Jean Valma Emerson

Melbourne, Australia
John Arthur Flocas
1949 - 1981
Prahran, Australia
Anastasios Flocas

Prahran, Australia
Aspasia Flocas

Prahran, Australia
Frank Joseph Geal
1904 - 1981
Caulfield, Australia
Frank Geal

Caulfield, Australia
Rosina Geal

Caulfield, Australia
Darrell John Hunter
1963 - 1981
Preston, Australia
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