|Chelsy Davy Father - Charles Davy - Born 1952 in South Africa|
Charles Davy was born in South Africa in 1952 when many white settlers understood how ripe the African lands were for farming and tourism business opportunities. While in prep school Charles met Robert Mugabe, the son of the future revolutionary leader in Zimbabwe that would later unleash chaos on the white settlements in the area. Charles later met and married Miss Rhodesia, Beverley Donald.
Together they raised Chelsy and her brother Shaun while operating a successful Safari Business called the Lemco Safari Area. The family lost much of their land during the aftermath of the Bush wars. Charles Davy was very smart in developing business relationships with American investors. This American backing enabled him to maintain control of some of his property and thus thrive while other wealth white landowners, including Beverly Davy's family, watched their properties go up in flames.
Chelsy Davy Paternal Grandparents - Athony "Tony" Davy
During the 1950s, Anthony "Tony" Davy managed a thriving hotel in Zimbabwe called Kyle Hotel. Tony Davy was able to give his children, including Charles Davy, a prep school and then university education.
Chelsy Davy Mother - Beverly (nee Donald) Davy - Born
Beverly Davy was the only daughter to parents Fay and George Donald. The couple bought their rolling acres of safari land in 1958 called Yeadon. Beverly could hear lions roar at night and watch elephants clomp by during the day in this wonderland. Her parents employed numerous families to farm acres of tobacco fields. Beverly Donald Davy won the title of Miss Rhodesia and earned an income off of her extreme blond beauty features as a model. Many men from the area wished for her company after her face splash across many coco-cola advertisements. Charles Davy won her heart and they married.
Chelsy Davy - Maternal Grandparents - George and Fay Donald
Chelsy Davy's grandparents prospered as business owners, but local politics exploded and the couple was left penniless in their elder years. George Donald was revered as an upstanding citizen serving on the local Zimbabwe Council and the Tobacco Board and even piloted the police around. Chelsy's maternal grandfather turned his farm into a small town complete with a school for the children of his workers. After the recent Bush wars, the couple were in their 70s and told to evacuate their farm, later to return to find the buildings completely ransacked and fields destroyed.
Completely, disgusted Beverly's two brothers Ian and ? left South Africa to raise their families in Australia. Her mother Fay is living out her final days in a nursing home while her father died of Parkinson absolutely penniless. They longed for grow old and die on their blessed property, but were denied that right by he Mugabe Regime while seeking revenge on white land owners.