Giovanni Antoni

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updated February 06, 2019
Giovanni Antoni married Amma Plessa, and they gave birth to Susan Antoni. We know that Giovanni Antoni had been residing in Alto, Australia.

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Giovanni Antoni Biography

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Giovanni Antoni

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Giovanni

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Alto, Australia

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Giovanni Antoni & Amma Plessa Antoni

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Amma Plessa Antoni
Alto, Australia

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Susan Antoni
1963 - 1973
Alto, Australia

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Giovanni Antoni married Amma Plessa, and they gave birth to Susan Antoni. We know that Giovanni Antoni had been residing in Alto, Australia.
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Other Antonis

Amma Plessa Antoni
Alto, Australia
Oliver Antoni
1912 - 1982
Beec, Australia
De Antoni Rico Antoni
Beec, Australia
Eva Antoni
Beec, Australia
Flourentza Antoni
1919 - 1985
Heidelberg, Australia
Christodoulos M Antoni
Heidelberg, Australia
Maria Antoni
Heidelberg, Australia
Lillian E Antoni
Born: around 1918
Ohio, United States
Mariano A Antoni
Born: around 1921
Puerto Rico (including Virgin Islands And Cuba), United States
Erwin J Antoni
Born: around 1924
Pennsylvania, United States
William A Antoni
Born: around 1928
Ohio, United States
William M Antoni
Born: around 1923
California, United States
Cleto W Antoni
Born: around 1919
Massachusetts, United States
Andrew W Antoni
Born: around 1906
Connecticut, United States
Michael Antoni
Born: around 1921
Rhode Island, United States

Other Bios

Amma Plessa Antoni
Alto, Australia
Gerritt Boers
1952 - 1973
Melbourne, Australia
Hendrik Boers
Melbourne, Australia
Gerritje Ariesen Boers
Melbourne, Australia
Gordon Francis Brummell
1921 - 1973
Preston, Australia
Charles Edwi Brummell
Preston, Australia
Florence Brummell
Preston, Australia
Eloa Camara
1938 - 1973
Box Hill, Australia
Violet Cawley
1893 - 1973
Footscray, Australia
Mary Brealy Cawley
Footscray, Australia
Henry Coor
1912 - 1973
Caulfield, Australia
Samuel Coor
Caulfield, Australia
Sheina Coor
Caulfield, Australia
John William Drury
1941 - 1973
Kalk, Australia
William Erne Drury
Kalk, Australia
Jean Blacklow Drury
Kalk, Australia
Christina Kather Fittje
1966 - 1973
Hamp, Australia
Werner Heinz Fittje
Hamp, Australia
Julie Lamboglou Fittje
Hamp, Australia
Edna Mary Gibb
1905 - 1973
Park, Australia
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