Le Feuvre John Davy

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updated February 06, 2019
Le Feuvre John Davy married Mary Davy, and they gave birth to Eva Fanny Davy. We know that Le Feuvre John Davy had been residing in Toorak, Australia.

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Le Feuvre John Davy Biography

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Le Feuvre John Davy

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Feuvre John

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Toorak, Australia

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Mary Davy

Toorak, Australia

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Eva Fanny Davy
1881 - 1934
Toorak, Australia

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Le Feuvre John Davy married Mary Davy, and they gave birth to Eva Fanny Davy. We know that Le Feuvre John Davy had been residing in Toorak, Australia.
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Other Davies

Mary Davy

Toorak, Australia
Sarah Christina Dobell Davy
1841 - 1934
South Melbourne, Australia
Brian Charles Davy
Died: 1934
Carlton, Australia
Davy Charles William Davy

Carlton, Australia
Jose Barrett Davy

Carlton, Australia
Alfred Purleigh Davy
1874 - 1934
Ghuntly, Australia
Davy Alfred Davy

Ghuntly, Australia
Annie Hart Davy

Ghuntly, Australia
Stanley Leighton Davy
1856 - 1934
Camberwell, Australia
Davy John Risdon Davy

Camberwell, Australia
Agusta Margaret Fayne Davy

Camberwell, Australia
Elizabeth Davy
1851 - 1934
Auburn, Australia
Gillespie James Davy

Auburn, Australia
William Henry Davy
1875 - 1934
Ballarat, Australia
Davy Michael Davy

Ballarat, Australia
Eliza Healy Davy

Ballarat, Australia
Mary Jane Davy
1862 - 1934
Bendigo, Australia
Jones Rapier Davy

Bendigo, Australia
Amy Elizabeth Davy
1866 - 1934
Newtown, Australia
Cathie James Davy

Newtown, Australia

Other Bios

Mary Davy

Toorak, Australia
Sarah Christina Dobell Davy
1841 - 1934
South Melbourne, Australia
Gilbert David Simmons
1864 - 1934
Richmond, Australia
Simmons George Simmons

Richmond, Australia
Mary Wiffin Simmons

Richmond, Australia
John Dunn
1861 - 1934
Prahran, Australia
Dunn Patrick Dunn

Prahran, Australia
Bridget Rouhan Dunn

Prahran, Australia
Lorraine Elizabeth Bohling
Died: 1934
Carlton, Australia
Bohling Ronald Keith Bohling

Carlton, Australia
Irene May Bennett Bohling

Carlton, Australia
Ada Liebert
1868 - 1934
G Iris, Australia
Lees John Liebert

G Iris, Australia
Mary Ellen Prowse
1868 - 1934
Melbourne, Australia
Bradnam Richard Prowse

Melbourne, Australia
Ellen Odwyer Prowse

Melbourne, Australia
Ellen Mary Keane
1844 - 1934
Bwk E, Australia
Hannah John Keane

Bwk E, Australia
Johanna Sheehy Keane

Bwk E, Australia
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