Emmeline (Spry) Davy

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updated February 06, 2019
Emmeline Spry Davy was born into the Spry family and married into the Davy family. She married Davy Thomas Davy, and they gave birth to George Henry Davy. We know that Emmeline Spry Davy had been residing in Ghuntly, Australia.

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Emmeline Spry Davy

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Ghuntly, Australia

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Davy Thomas Davy

Ghuntly, Australia

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George Henry Davy
1872 - 1933
Ghuntly, Australia

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Emmeline Spry Davy married Davy Thomas Davy, and they gave birth to George Henry Davy. We know that Emmeline Spry Davy had been residing in Ghuntly, Australia.
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1915 - 1933
Heidelberg, Australia
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Heidelberg, Australia
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Heidelberg, Australia
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1885 - 1933
Kew, Australia
Davy Thomas Samuel Davy

Kew, Australia
Mary Louisa Jones Davy

Kew, Australia
Stanley Bedder Davy
1888 - 1933
Prahran, Australia
Davy Charles Samuel Davy

Prahran, Australia
Bessie Hill Davy

Prahran, Australia
Cecelia Adeline Davy
1883 - 1933
Prahran, Australia
Davy John Davy

Prahran, Australia
Sarah Frankum Davy

Prahran, Australia
Margarite Alice Davy
1894 - 1933
Melbourne, Australia
Bowers Richard Davy

Melbourne, Australia
Alice Maud Croft Davy

Melbourne, Australia
James Henry Davy
1859 - 1933
Ormond, Australia
Ethel Davy
1880 - 1933
Ewick, Australia
Davy Thomas Davy

Ewick, Australia
Emmeline Spry Davy

Ewick, Australia
James Davy
1857 - 1933
Geelong, Australia

Other Spries

Thomas Walter Hooper Spry
1856 - 1933
M Ponds, Australia
Spry Walter Spry

M Ponds, Australia
Jane Hooper Spry

M Ponds, Australia
Herbert Edwin Spry
1889 - 1933
Clifton Hill, Australia
Spry Samuel Edwin Spry

Toorak, Australia
Vic Annie Fox Spry

Toorak, Australia
Walter Edenhope Spry
1863 - 1934
East Melbourne, Australia
Spry Joseph Spry

East Melbourne, Australia
Grace Lark Spry

East Melbourne, Australia
Moya Pearl Spry
1932 - 1934
Carlton, Australia
Spry John Leslie Spry

Carlton, Australia
Mabel Harriett Catmull Spry

Carlton, Australia
Joan Olive Spry
1921 - 1934
Carlton, Australia
Spry Albert Ernest Spry

Carlton, Australia
Olive Mary Drinan Spry

Carlton, Australia
Horace Lytton Spry
1888 - 1934
Clifton Hi, Australia
Spry William Henry Spry

Melbourne, Australia
Catherine Riley Spry

Melbourne, Australia
Margaret Catherine Spry
1889 - 1935
Richmond, Australia
Plummer Robert John Spry

Richmond, Australia

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Rudolph Loriot
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Fitzroy, Australia
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Fitzroy, Australia
Isabella Richards Loriot

Fitzroy, Australia
Ellen Pick
1867 - 1933
Williamstown, Australia
Mcintosh Daniel Pick

Williamstown, Australia
Annie Mcgrath Pick

Williamstown, Australia
Janet Jackson
1869 - 1933
Wtown, Australia
Duffus Alex Jackson

Wtown, Australia
Margaret Cameron Jackson

Wtown, Australia
George Hope
1869 - 1933
Wtown, Australia
Hope Richard Hope

Wtown, Australia
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