Elizabeth (Missen) Davy

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updated February 06, 2019
Elizabeth Missen Davy was born into the Missen family and married into the Davy family. She married Cathie James Davy, and they gave birth to Amy Elizabeth Davy. We know that Elizabeth Missen Davy had been residing in Newtown, Australia.

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Elizabeth Missen Davy

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Elizabeth

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Missen

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Newtown, Australia

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Elizabeth Missen Davy & Cathie James Davy

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Cathie James Davy

Newtown, Australia

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Amy Elizabeth Davy
1866 - 1934
Newtown, Australia

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Elizabeth Missen Davy married Cathie James Davy, and they gave birth to Amy Elizabeth Davy. We know that Elizabeth Missen Davy had been residing in Newtown, Australia.
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1878 - 1934
Marysborough, Australia
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Marysborough, Australia
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Ballarat East, Australia
Maria Davy
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Boort, Australia
Banne William Davy

Boort, Australia
Ann Hollyock Davy

Boort, Australia
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Geelong, Australia
Mcpherson Alan Davy

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Maria Sharp Davy

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Rwood, Australia
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Emma Missen
1870 - 1934
Beeac, Australia
Bevan Thomas Missen

Beeac, Australia
Elizabeth Eastlake Missen

Beeac, Australia
Isbla Louisa Missen
1875 - 1935
Caulfield, Australia
Rollason Walter Thomas Missen

Caulfield, Australia
Elizabeth Jane Moyle Missen

Caulfield, Australia
Mary Missen
1865 - 1935
Box Hill, Australia
Moore John Missen

Box Hill, Australia
Isbla Murdoch Missen

Box Hill, Australia
Leonard Francis Missen
1892 - 1935
Beeac, Australia
Missen Francis Missen

Beeac, Australia
Caroline Judd Missen

Beeac, Australia
Elizabeth Jane Missen
1901 - 1935
Rosedale, Australia
Elizabeth Ohara Missen

Rosedale, Australia
Richard Missen
1861 - 1936
Beeac, Australia
Missen William Missen

Beeac, Australia
Eliza White Missen

Beeac, Australia
Mary Anne Amelia Ethel Missen
1885 - 1937
Essendon, Australia
Coghill Alex Missen

Essendon, Australia

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Thomas Brooks
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Nhill, Australia
George Marshall
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Nhill, Australia
Helen Mccallum Marshall

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Freeman Thomas Dickinson

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Ann Butler Dickinson

Nhill, Australia
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Nhill, Australia
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Nhill, Australia
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