Duke Henry Davey

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updated February 06, 2019
Duke Henry Davey married Marion Rowe, and they gave birth to Annie Elizabeth Davey. We know that Duke Henry Davey had been residing in Diamond Creek, Australia.

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Duke Henry Davey Biography

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Duke Henry Davey

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Middle name

Henry

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Last Known Residence

Diamond Creek, Australia

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Duke Henry Davey & Marion Rowe Davey

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Spouse:

Marion Rowe Davey

Diamond Creek, Australia

Children:

Annie Elizabeth Davey
1888 - 1939
Diamond Creek, Australia

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Duke Henry Davey married Marion Rowe, and they gave birth to Annie Elizabeth Davey. We know that Duke Henry Davey had been residing in Diamond Creek, Australia.
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Other Daveys

Marion Rowe Davey

Diamond Creek, Australia
Elizabeth Davey
1862 - 1939
Sale, Australia
Catherine Mcdade Davey

Sale, Australia
Elizabeth Davey
1869 - 1941
Hawthorn, Australia
Oneill Arthur Davey

Hawthorn, Australia
Esther Barry Davey

Hawthorn, Australia
Albert Joseph Davey
Died: 1941
Melbourne, Australia
Davey John Davey

Melbourne, Australia
Esseline Cordelia Williams Davey

Melbourne, Australia
Emmeline Davey
1846 - 1941
Elwick, Australia
Spry Richard Davey

Elwick, Australia
Jemima Vosper Davey

Elwick, Australia
Elizabeth Hewit Davey
1854 - 1941
St Kilda, Australia
Davey William Davey

St Kilda, Australia
Albert Arthur Davey
1879 - 1941
Prahran, Australia
Davey John Davey

Prahran, Australia
Margaret Bead Davey

Prahran, Australia
Henry Herbert Davey
1869 - 1941
Heiberg, Australia
Davey James Henry Davey

Heiberg, Australia

Other Bios

Marion Rowe Davey

Diamond Creek, Australia
Josiah Ashton
1854 - 1939
Diamond Creek, Australia
Ashton Josiah Ashton

Diamond Creek, Australia
Rena Whitney Ashton

Diamond Creek, Australia
Walter Hugh Armstrong
1861 - 1939
Dimboola, Australia
Armstrong Adam Armstrong

Dimboola, Australia
Hellen Tait Armstrong

Dimboola, Australia
Margaret Glatz
1888 - 1939
Dboola, Australia
Johnston Joseph Glatz

Dboola, Australia
Alice Fulton Glatz

Dboola, Australia
Max Howland
Died: 1939
Dimboola, Australia
Phyllis Joyce Causon Howland

Dimboola, Australia
Thomas Patrick Hegarty
1878 - 1939
Donald, Australia
Hegarty Thomas Hegarty

Donald, Australia
Hanora Stack Hegarty

Donald, Australia
James Downes
1854 - 1939
Donald, Australia
Downes John Downes

Donald, Australia
Bridget Curtain Downes

Donald, Australia
Richard William John Hancock
1879 - 1939
Donald, Australia
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