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Australia Cemetery Index, 1808-2007 about Sarah Ann Owen Name: Sarah Ann Owen Death Age: 52 Birth Date: abt 1836 Death Date: 1888 Burial Date: 20 Sep 1888 Cemetery: Queenscliff...
by janilye 5 years, 9 months ago
in Boobier information
Not sure if this is in your line, but I have Thomas Burridge Owen and some Owens born in Vic. Will try and check for you as I have all family on 'My Heritage' site
by 888shelley 5 years, 9 months ago
in Info UPDATE on Thomas Owen
Hi, yes you have the right Millie .......now the next step to finding her children as they maybe able to fill in some more gaps for me. Many many thanks to you and a big thank you for your...
by wyn 5 years, 9 months ago
in Millie ''Amelia'' Buran.
I'm just starting to research my family tree...I'm wondering if this is my family as well? I only know my grandfathers name, and there is no information. His name is Leslie Reginald Turner,...
by Caitlinn 5 years, 9 months ago
in Turners of Ontario, Canada and England
Thomas Price in 1891 Census, born abt 1842 London Spouse Emily with six children residing in Waterlooville....
by Nibbo 5 years, 9 months ago
in Seeking birth details of THOMAS PRICE, a resident of Waterlooville, Ha...
a little more info on Daniel Arrived:1835 Country of origin: England Areas in New Zealand: Hokianga, Samoa, Raoul Island, Mangonui Source: personal information Daniel Baker was a freed...
by SamExcell 5 years, 9 months ago
in Daniel Baker born UK 20th December 1804
Val and janilye I am a great great great grandaughter of Daniel and Noa, visited her grave on the weekend actually, very keen to fill in the gaps. please contact me on [email protected]! I am in...
by SamExcell 5 years, 9 months ago
in Daniel Baker born UK 20th December 1804
Thank you Janilye, I am not sure if their is a connection between Sarah and W.J.Boobier hotellier, though, so i will need to look into this in more detail. I think maybe the...
by BobEvans 5 years, 9 months ago
in looking for Thomas Owen & Sarah Boobier Family
I have found my line all the way back to 1795 on my fathers side. I am trying to go back further and find more ancestors. Rootsweb only shows who is researching their family trees and familysearch...
by FromThePast 5 years, 9 months ago
in Hello, My name is Helen and I have hit a few brick walls. I am...
Genseek Hello Marcia I am no relation to your Hays, mine were goldseekers in the Otago goldrush but in researching I have often come upon Peter Seton Hay. A wonderful resource is PAPERS PAST...
by genseek 5 years, 9 months ago
in Hay family
hi zoon i still have no information yet as i am actually going through all my family tree and it is going very slowly sorry for the wait yours truly rubyrutter2011
by rubyrutter2011 5 years, 9 months ago
in Looking for Rutter and Jaques
Lithgon is right. Not many of them around, I don't think there is one in Australia. It's about as rare as Mentiplay.
by janilye 5 years, 9 months ago
in MENTIPLAY marriages New Zealand 1879 - 1931
What a wonderful thrill to receive this picture. Thank you so much for being so generous. When I look closely at his face, I see incredible likeness with my father and his older brother Max,...
by lzmaag 5 years, 9 months ago
in Seeking information on Alexander McLardy and Ann Faulds of Glasgow, Scotland and Australia
The first ones that went to Maryland in the US in 1750 were from Norway. About the same time a group also went to Westham, Sussex. I think they were all on the move because of the threatened war...
by janilye 5 years, 9 months ago
in William HOLTER + Nellie HAUGHTON - Gisborne
plenty in Norway, maybe they came with the whalers
by janilye 5 years, 9 months ago
in William HOLTER + Nellie HAUGHTON - Gisborne
maybe they came from this bloke; Lars Amundsen Holter Birth 1697 in Holter Oppstun, Nannestad, Akershus, Norway Death Living Death 1768 in Algarheim Ullensaker, Akershus, Norway
by janilye 5 years, 9 months ago
in William HOLTER + Nellie HAUGHTON - Gisborne
The file has been copied and pasted into a new journal entitled: MRS ANTONIO ALBRESS DID NOT DIE. HER SON WAS NOT WEST INDIAN, PROFESSOR.
by itellya 5 years, 9 months ago
in Antonio Albress was a pioneer of the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria. (See also ALBRESS,BENNETT, McINTYRE etc journal.)
RICHARD 'Dick' HOBLEY Regimental number - 390 Place of birth - Rosebud, Victoria School - Rosebud State School No. 2627, Victoria Religion - Methodist Occupation - Farmer Address -...
by ngairedith 5 years, 9 months ago
in Frederick Hobley was a prominent member of the Victorian Police Force. The...
I am researching ALL Holter in NZ and have found half a dozen of them having been in NZ over the last couple hundred years !!! which makes me think that when they entered it must have been under...
by ngairedith 5 years, 9 months ago
in William HOLTER + Nellie HAUGHTON - Gisborne
Extracts from emails sent to the editor of the Great Southern Star (Leongatha area.) Rosebud did not forget the Hobleys; all three boys were remembered on its Roll of Honour. If you google...
by itellya 5 years, 9 months ago
in Frederick Hobley was a prominent member of the Victorian Police Force. The...