Frederica (Probst) Davy

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Frederica Frederica (Probst) Davy
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updated February 06, 2019
Frederica Probst Davy was born into the Probst family and married into the Davy family. She married Davy Thomas Davy, and they gave birth to Melva Davy. We know that Frederica Probst Davy had been residing in Fitzroy North, Australia.

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Frederica Frederica (Probst) Davy Biography

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Frederica Probst Davy

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Frederica

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Fitzroy North, Australia

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Davy Thomas Davy

Fitzroy North, Australia

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Melva Davy
1910 - 1935
Fitzroy North, Australia

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Frederica Probst Davy married Davy Thomas Davy, and they gave birth to Melva Davy. We know that Frederica Probst Davy had been residing in Fitzroy North, Australia.
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Douglas John Mcpherson Davy
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Geelong, Australia
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