Paola Mari (Macciocca) Dasilva

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Paola Mari Macciocca Dasilva was born into the Macciocca family and married into the Dasilva family. She married Da Silva Manue Dasilva, and they gave birth to Caterina Dasilva. We know that Paola Mari Macciocca Dasilva had been residing in Rese, Australia.

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Paola Mari Macciocca Dasilva

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Rese, Australia

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Da Silva Manue Dasilva

Rese, Australia

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Caterina Dasilva
Died: 1979
Rese, Australia

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Paola Mari Macciocca Dasilva married Da Silva Manue Dasilva, and they gave birth to Caterina Dasilva. We know that Paola Mari Macciocca Dasilva had been residing in Rese, Australia.
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Other Dasilvas

Antonio Dasilva
1923 - 1983
Fitzroy, Australia
Joaouin Dasilva

Fitzroy, Australia
Rosa Clara Dasilva

Fitzroy, Australia
Emo H DaSilva
Born: around 1912
New York, United States
Francis P DaSilva
Born: around 1921
Rhode Island, United States
F Jr DaSilva?Francisco
Born: around 1920
Massachusetts, United States
Charles B DaSilva
Born: around 1929
Connecticut, United States
Louis E DaSilva
Born: around 1924
California, United States
Frank C DaSilva
Born: around 1921
New York, United States
Damon DaSilva
Born: around 1920
Massachusetts, United States
Ayres M DaSilva
Born: around 1918
Rhode Island, United States
Decio v DaSilva
Born: around 1917
Massachusetts, United States
Joseph DaSilva
Born: around 1913
Massachusetts, United States
Joseph A DaSilva
Born: around 1918
Rhode Island, United States
Daniel DaSilva
Born: around 1910
Massachusetts, United States
Augusto L DaSilva
Born: around 1921
Massachusetts, United States
John DaSilva
Born: around 1916
Massachusetts, United States
Antonio M DaSilva
Born: around 1918
Massachusetts, United States
Agostinho M DaSilva
Born: around 1903
Massachusetts, United States
Joao Dasilva
Born: around 1902
Massachusetts, United States

Other Maccioccas

Eustachio Macciocca
1902 - 1983
Fitzroy, Australia
Cesiro Macciocca

Fitzroy, Australia
Maria Macciocca

Fitzroy, Australia
Angelo Macciocca
1928 - 1985
Kew, Australia
Antonio Macciocca

Kew, Australia
Isoletta Macciocca

Kew, Australia
Angiolino Macciocca
1905 - 1985
Bundoora, Australia
Macciocca Luigi Macciocca

Bundoora, Australia
Maria Sonsini Macciocca

Bundoora, Australia
Edward P Macciocca
Born: around 1920
Connecticut, United States
Alfred A Macciocca
Born: around 1919
Connecticut, United States
Angelo Macciocca
Born: around 1920
Ohio, United States
Fred Macciocca
Born: around 1924
Ohio, United States
Quentin A Macciocca
Born: around 1922
Ohio, United States

Other Bios

Caterina Silva
Died: 1979
Rese, Australia
Da Silva Manue Silva

Rese, Australia
James Alexander Dunk
1926 - 1979
Yarr, Australia
Alexander Gi Dunk

Yarr, Australia
Clara Way Dunk

Yarr, Australia
Judith Ann Bourke
1946 - 1979
Mtwa, Australia
Klingberg Malc Bourke

Mtwa, Australia
Joel Joseph Adam
Died: 1979
Prahran, Australia
Reginald Joseph Adam

Prahran, Australia
Jacqueline E Barbier Adam

Prahran, Australia
Leonard Rutherfo Wheeler
1922 - 1979
Werr, Australia
Albert Henry Wheeler

Werr, Australia
Albert Alexander Casey
1890 - 1979
Cheltenham, Australia
Thomas Casey

Donv, Australia
Victoria Hall Casey

Donv, Australia
John Robert Dalton
1896 - 1979
Footscray, Australia
Alfred Dalton

Footscray, Australia
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