Elizabeth Hart (Mann) Davy

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updated February 06, 2019
Elizabeth Hart Mann Davy was born into the Mann family and married into the Davy family. She married Jones Thomas Davy, and they gave birth to Victoria Alberta Davy. We know that Elizabeth Hart Mann Davy had been residing in Fitzroy North, Australia.

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Elizabeth Hart Mann Davy

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Elizabeth Hart

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Elizabeth Hart

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Mann

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Fitzroy North, Australia

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Jones Thomas Davy

Fitzroy North, Australia

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Victoria Alberta Davy
1865 - 1905
Fitzroy North, Australia

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Elizabeth Hart Mann Davy married Jones Thomas Davy, and they gave birth to Victoria Alberta Davy. We know that Elizabeth Hart Mann Davy had been residing in Fitzroy North, Australia.
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Elizabeth J Eastgate Davy

Hawthorn, Australia
Elizabeth J Eastgate Davy

Melbourne, Australia
Elizabeth Mar Daniel Davy

Camberwell, Australia
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Donv, Australia
Elizabeth Jones Davy

Richmond, Australia
Elizabeth Alice Davy
1880 - 1971
Dandenong, Australia
Elizabeth Spencer Davy

Fern, Australia
Elizabeth Young Davy

Numu, Australia
Elizabeth Slapp Davy

Camberwell, Australia
Elizabeth Flack Davy

Mid Bton, Australia
Elizabeth Jane Davy
1870 - 1949
Camberwell, Australia
Elizabeth Davy
1882 - 1945
Bton, Australia
Elizabeth Mary Daniel Davy

Camberwell, Australia
Elizabeth Harrison Davy

Prahran, Australia
Elizabeth Davy
1862 - 1939
Sale, Australia
Elizabeth Ferguson Davy

Geelong, Australia
Elizabeth Gillespie Davy
1856 - 1939
Geelong, Australia
Elizabeth Baum Davy

Fitzroy, Australia
Elizabeth Ann Hancock Davy

Cfield, Australia

Other Davies

Bridget Davy
1846 - 1906
Geelong, Australia
Marnane Owen Davy

Geelong, Australia
Kate Oconnor Davy

Geelong, Australia
Elizabeth Maud Davy
1894 - 1906
Hawthorn, Australia
Davy Robert Alex Davy

Hawthorn, Australia
Faith Stone Davy

Hawthorn, Australia
Jane Emily Davy
1819 - 1907
Wgul, Australia
Banks John Davy

Wgul, Australia
Earl Davy

Wgul, Australia
Owen Davy
1841 - 1908
Benalla, Australia
Mary Lydia Pearl Davy
1884 - 1909
Bdale, Australia
Alfred Charles Davy
1828 - 1909
Carlton, Australia
Elizabeth Davy
1826 - 1910
Coburg, Australia
Stephens William Davy

Coburg, Australia
Rebecca Couch Davy

Coburg, Australia
Elizabeth Davy
1834 - 1911
Hawthorn, Australia
Slapp Davy

Hawthorn, Australia
Samuel Davy
1863 - 1912
Northcote, Australia
Davy John Davy

Northcote, Australia
Elizabeth Isaacs Davy

Northcote, Australia

Other Manns

William Henry Mann
1868 - 1905
Melbourne East, Australia
Mann Edwin Mann

Melbourne East, Australia
Mary Murcott Mann

Melbourne East, Australia
Sarah Mann
1853 - 1905
Ballarat, Australia
Callow Joseph Mann

Ballarat, Australia
Esther Mann

Ballarat, Australia
Alfred Mann
Died: 1905
Richmond, Australia
Mann Alfred Mann

Richmond, Australia
Julia Young Mann

Richmond, Australia
David Mann
Died: 1905
Wbee, Australia
Mann John Mann

Wbee, Australia
Rachel Murphy Mann

Wbee, Australia
Ann Mann
1847 - 1906
Melbourne South, Australia
Clark John Mann

Melbourne South, Australia
Margaret Wilkins Mann

Melbourne South, Australia
John Mann
1864 - 1906
Mpna, Australia
Mann John Mann

Mpna, Australia
Grace Lugg Mann

Mpna, Australia
John Henry Mann
1855 - 1906
Rutherglen, Australia
Mann Charles Robert Mann

Rutherglen, Australia

Other Bios

Catherine Violet Meagher
Died: 1905
Fitzroy North, Australia
Meagher James Meagher

Fitzroy North, Australia
Ethel Augustus Wisdan Meagher

Fitzroy North, Australia
William Kiernan
1904 - 1905
Fitzroy North, Australia
Kiernan William Kiernan

Fitzroy North, Australia
Ethel Montefiore Kiernan

Fitzroy North, Australia
Hart Quirk
1820 - 1905
Fitzroy North, Australia
Inez Horton
Died: 1905
Fitzroy North, Australia
Horton John Horton

Fitzroy North, Australia
Elizabeth Ruston Horton

Fitzroy North, Australia
George Pickup
1833 - 1905
Fitzroy North, Australia
Pickup John Pickup

Fitzroy North, Australia
Ellen Trickel Pickup

Fitzroy North, Australia
Anne Clarke
1844 - 1905
Fitzroy North, Australia
Flannery Thomas Clarke

Fitzroy North, Australia
Ellen Cleary Clarke

Fitzroy North, Australia
Joseph Ditterich
1822 - 1905
Fitzroy North, Australia
James Harkness
1867 - 1905
Fitzroy North, Australia
Harkness William Harkness

Fitzroy North, Australia
Agnes Houston Harkness

Fitzroy North, Australia
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