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any info to link past relies with current ones for the following anderson, ehlers, mattingley, daldy

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i am a part timer only but have a little info on all the family names from what grand parents and parents can remember but maybe there is something i can remember that may help fill in a gap for someone or even me.

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on 2010-01-15 13:37:20

trailhound , from brisbane australia, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Jun 2009. is researching the following names: ANDERSON, DALDY, EHLERS and 2 other(s).

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by allycat on 2010-01-15 17:07:22

Dear trailhound, Welcome. Start by writing a specific journal about say your great grandparents, or your grandparents if they have passed on.

I have DALDY surnames in my tree. And there is a new reseacher here looking for MATTINGLEYs in Australia.

Just click on the underscored surname at the bottom of this journal to read more information.

EDITOR (also from Qld).

by micka on 2011-10-31 00:14:53

I've just read your entry for the first time today. My paternal grandmother was a Heberle which is a German name. She died before I was born. One of my distant relatives who I have never met has researched the Heberle family tree extensively. His name is Greg Heberle and his research can be easily googled under his name. A very distant ancestor who was called Toffel Heberle married a Carache Ehlers in September 1639 in Clausthal Zellerfeld in what is now Germany. It was his second wife. I don't know if this is any help, but I just thought that I'd throw it in.

by robrey50 on 2011-10-31 00:41:58

Are any of your Andersons in New Zealand?

by robrey50 on 2011-10-31 00:42:59

Are any of your Andersons in New Zealand?

by micka on 2011-10-31 00:49:53

Not that I know of. They came to Australia in the 1860's.Due to a family divorce in the 1950's, I know very little about the more recent generations of Andersons. However,I can trace their English ancestors back to the late 1700's due to some unusual middle names.

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