Silive Romani (Fastre) Carpentier

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Silive Romani Silive Romani (Fastre) Carpentier
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Blac, Australia
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Silive Romani Fastre Carpentier was born into the Fastre family and married into the Carpentier family. She married Edouard Edmond Carpentier, and they gave birth to Agnes Germain Carpentier. We know that Silive Romani Fastre Carpentier had been residing in Blac, Australia.
Updated: February 06, 2019
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Silive Romani Fastre Carpentier
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Silive Romani Silive Romani (Fastre) Carpentier
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Blac, Australia
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Silive Romani Fastre Carpentier & Edouard Edmond Carpentier

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1907 - 1954 1907 - 1954

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Silive Romani Fastre Carpentier married Edouard Edmond Carpentier, and they gave birth to Agnes Germain Carpentier. We know that Silive Romani Fastre Carpentier had been residing in Blac, Australia.

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1907 - 1973 1907 - 1973
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1970 - 1979 1970 - 1979
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c. 1898 - Unknown 1898 - ?
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c. 1914 - Unknown 1914 - ?
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c. 1918 - Unknown 1918 - ?

Other Fastres

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c. 1907 - Unknown 1907 - ?

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1908 - 1954 1908 - 1954
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1869 - 1954 1869 - 1954
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1878 - 1954 1878 - 1954
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1863 - 1954 1863 - 1954
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1879 - 1954 1879 - 1954
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1879 - 1954 1879 - 1954
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1876 - 1954 1876 - 1954
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