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Ann Nix Born about 1801, Silverton, Devon, England, Family Members

Question by Upham

Ann Nix born about 1801, Silverton, Devon, England married Francis Upham (1797 - 1851) 24 September 1822, Silverton, Devon, England. Would like full details of her mother and father and siblings and also Ann Upham nee Nix's date and place of death. Annand francis had the following children: Eliza Upham, George Nix Upham (1827 - 1893), Ann Harriet upham (1831-1875), William Upham (1833-1911), John Upham (1836-), Frank Upham (1838-), Francis Upham (1839-) and Susan Upham (1842-)

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on 2011-03-17 20:33:35

Upham has been a Family Tree Circles member since Jan 2011. is researching the following names: BARR, NIX, NEILL and 13 other(s).

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by janilye on 2011-03-18 00:45:15

Are you in Australia? the reason I ask is because I have seen a couple of Upham trees here. George Nix Upham and William both came to Australia and Settled in Victoria. I believe Ann Nix had a sister Elizabeth who married a man named PLAYER and I have seen the Player tree as well and I'm pretty sure Elizabeth's mother's name was Maria or Mary BUSTARD. I'll be back in my office in an hour and shall look it up for you. Jan

by Upham on 2011-03-18 01:49:29

Greetings, I was born in Ararat Victoria, Australia, my grandmother was Eleanor Frances Blake nee Upham (1895-1967) her father was William Upham and her mother was Maria Neill Barr (1868-1927). George Nix Upham arrived in Australia on the ship "Kent". William Uphm's father was William Upham (1833-1911)he married Bridget Coyne/Coin (1823-1910). William and Bridget bought land, "Viewfield", at Jackson Creek, Shire of Ararat. I have details of their family if you require them. Best wishes, Robert Davis

by janilye on 2011-03-18 02:50:40

Okay, yes I know that tree. First thing I wanted to tell you, and I've been meaning to contact the Upham family for years but just filed it away and forgot it till just now. I have in my possession a newspaper article from 1892. Lloyds of London put out a weekly newspaper and in it they had a list of British people looking for relatives in the colonies. Then the list would be re-printed in an Australian newspaper. I have such a list and I would like to send it to you. It is from Mary Ann who claims to be a sister of George and William. She is looking for them. Claims not to have heard from them since 1861.She mentions a couple of places where she had last heard from them. I know none of the Upham's have Mary Ann as one of the children of Francis and Ann. So this is worth taking a look me [email protected] and I will send you the article and we can go from there. Jan

by Upham on 2011-03-18 03:29:54

Thank you Jan, I am sending my email to you now and am looking forward to hearing from you. I am in regular contact with Metta Upham a cousin of my late grandmother, Eleanor Upham and I am sure that she will also be interested and a help to you and me with our Family Trees. What is your connection with the Upham family? Best wishes,Robert Davis

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