Elizabeth (Dixon) Davey

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Elizabeth Elizabeth (Dixon) Davey
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updated February 06, 2019
Elizabeth Dixon Davey was born into the Dixon family and married into the Davey family. She married Grivel Henry Davey, and they gave birth to May Davey. We know that Elizabeth Dixon Davey had been residing in Yarragon, Australia.

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Elizabeth Dixon Davey

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Dixon

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Yarragon, Australia

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Elizabeth Dixon Davey & Grivel Henry Davey

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Grivel Henry Davey

Yarragon, Australia

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May Davey
1879 - 1917
Yarragon, Australia

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Elizabeth Dixon Davey married Grivel Henry Davey, and they gave birth to May Davey. We know that Elizabeth Dixon Davey had been residing in Yarragon, Australia.
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Cheltnm, Australia
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1840 - 1918
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Dandenong, Australia
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1851 - 1918
Mildura, Australia
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Mildura, Australia
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Mildura, Australia
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1855 - 1918
Melbourne East, Australia
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Quambatk, Australia
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Quambatk, Australia
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Quambatk, Australia
Maria Davey
1864 - 1918
Qucliff, Australia
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Qucliff, Australia
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Qucliff, Australia
Michael Davey
1827 - 1918
Fitzroy North, Australia
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Jane King Davey
1838 - 1918
Hawthorn, Australia
Thomas Davey
1832 - 1918
Malv E, Australia
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Malv E, Australia

Other Dixons

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1912 - 1918
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Carl Cent, Australia
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Carl Cent, Australia
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1875 - 1918
Clifton Hill, Australia
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1889 - 1918
Melbourne East, Australia
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Melbourne East, Australia
Emma Jeanette Dixon

Melbourne East, Australia
George Eustace Dixon
1877 - 1918
Richmond, Australia
Dixon Thomas Dixon

Richmond, Australia
Sarah Ann Smith Dixon

Richmond, Australia
Mary Jane Dixon
1849 - 1918
Collingwood, Australia
Cunningham Dixon

Collingwood, Australia
Martha Macdougall Dixon

Collingwood, Australia
Edward Dixon
1862 - 1918
Heidelberg, Australia
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Heidelberg, Australia
Grace Kirkland Dixon

Heidelberg, Australia
Frederick Arthur Dixon
1917 - 1918
Mildura, Australia
Lillian Maud Wicker Dixon

Mildura, Australia
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