Hill Richard Davy

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updated February 06, 2019
Hill Richard Davy married Sarah Bale, and they gave birth to Louisa Maria Davy. We know that Hill Richard Davy had been residing in Oleigh, Australia.

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Hill Richard Davy

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Oleigh, Australia

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Hill Richard Davy & Sarah Bale Davy

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Sarah Bale Davy

Oleigh, Australia

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Louisa Maria Davy
1862 - 1936
Oleigh, Australia

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Hill Richard Davy married Sarah Bale, and they gave birth to Louisa Maria Davy. We know that Hill Richard Davy had been residing in Oleigh, Australia.
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Other Davies

Sarah Bale Davy

Oleigh, Australia
John Patrick Davy
Died: 1936
Carlton, Australia
Davy Alfred Charles Davy

Carlton, Australia
Kathleen Mary Cunningham Davy

Carlton, Australia
Josine Davy
Died: 1936
Coburg, Australia
Davy Joseph Davy

Coburg, Australia
Mary Catherine Brown Davy

Coburg, Australia
Charles Samuel Davy
1848 - 1936
Sanham, Australia
Susan Old Davy

Sanham, Australia
Mary Augusta Davy
1860 - 1936
S Kilda, Australia
Latch Stephen Davy

S Kilda, Australia
Mary Ann Lee Davy

S Kilda, Australia
Florence Lucy Davy
1892 - 1936
Melbourne, Australia
Archer Frank Davy

Melbourne, Australia
Lucy Davy

Melbourne, Australia
Margaret Davy
1878 - 1936
Melbourne, Australia
Garrett Davy

Melbourne, Australia
Caroline Phoebe Davy
1853 - 1936
Bendigo, Australia
Hawkins Joseph Davy

Bendigo, Australia
Ann Phoebe Mathews Davy

Bendigo, Australia

Other Bios

Sarah Bale Davy

Oleigh, Australia
Percival Roy Cooper
1906 - 1936
Oleigh, Australia
Wmina Warmbrum Cooper

Oleigh, Australia
Edna Catherine Crellin
1914 - 1936
Yville, Australia
Sarah Howlett Crellin

Yville, Australia
Robert Gibbs
1865 - 1936
Wmstwn, Australia
Sylvia May Somerville
1911 - 1936
N Carlton, Australia
Somerville William Somerville

N Carlton, Australia
Rose Jones Somerville

N Carlton, Australia
Charles Edwin Ellison
1870 - 1936
Heidelberg, Australia
Ellison Joseph Ellison

Heidelberg, Australia
Urina Gallop Ellison

Heidelberg, Australia
Alice Mary Nelson
1865 - 1936
E Bwick, Australia
Chamberlain Levi Nelson

E Bwick, Australia
Sarah Nelson

E Bwick, Australia
Easter Sparrell Pitchers
1861 - 1936
Mbeena, Australia
Mason John Pitchers

Mbeena, Australia
Sarah Sparrell Pitchers

Mbeena, Australia
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