I was born on Bolling Field, Washington D.C., when my parents were living in Potomac Heights, Maryland. I lived there for a short time after birth and then Dad was transferred. I have lived in Alabama, California, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Montana, Tennessee, Texas, and Japan, Spain, Italy, Costa Rica, Mexico, and France. I've visited Canada and Panama. In the process I have attended 11 schools before graduating high school and 8 universities earning two degrees.
Elizabeth Sandi Moss. Given Name: Elizabeth Sandi. Surname: Moss. Married Name: Davis. A Given name was found in addition to a first name in the NAME tag.
Born 11 NOV 1946. Kentucky, United States.
Education: masters + 96 hours.
birth certificate for Elizabeth Sandra Moss, born Bolling Field Hospital, Washington D.C.
MyHeritage family tree
Family site: GM Berry Web SiteFamily tree: 288797901-1 Media: 288797901-1 Smart Matching https://www.myheritage.com/person-1000003_125199912_125199912/elizabeth-davis-born-moss https://www.myheritage.com/person-1000003_125199912_125199912/elizabeth-davis-born-moss Added by confirming a Smart Match Certainty: 3
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On 8 Feb 2016 at 08:14 GMT Sandi (Moss) Davis wrote:
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