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Hi again. A few weeks ago I searched your www.trove.nla.gov.au online newspapers. I found an entry from The Argus newspaper for 1889 which has the death notice for Harriett. She is entered as...
by tonysperrin 5 years, 1 month ago
in Searching Zephaniah Sperrin 1850's in Victoria, Melbourne
Many thanks Jean, that all fits now. cheers Raynell
by raynellforrest 5 years, 1 month ago
in Looking for Slade of New Zealand
John and Sarah's children were born at Mackieshillock, Fyvie. William and Janet produced 8 children. John the oldest and first son born 1818 second marriage to my great x 4 grandmother Agnus...
by u117068 5 years, 1 month ago
in Looking for Shivas of Aberdeen Scotland & New Zealand
Joseph Forshee, who married Louisa Allen, was one of several children of John F Forshee 1770-1850 and Agness Weston 1773 - 1850. I am a descendant of John W. Forshee, a brother of your James...
by dfread 5 years, 1 month ago
in Looking for FORSHEE of MO and TN
thank you so much !
by gmulvaney 5 years, 1 month ago
in RE - HODGE FAMILIES - Tennessee -( gmulvaney ) 2/9/2011
by poorone 5 years, 1 month ago
in Found Halpin Ancestors
Thank you for sharing this with us....always nice to hear such news. Hope you can connect with living cousins.
by poorone 5 years, 1 month ago
in Found Halpin Ancestors
You're the salt of the earth Scott. Providing the Family Trees circle website is a terrific service to those working on family histories. It's great to see the support that comes after a plea from...
by itellya 5 years, 1 month ago
in Where Do FamilyTreeCircles Visitors Come From?
I have Dunbar but don't seem to have yours sorry Mine come from Elgin Moray Scotland
by Ainne 5 years, 1 month ago
in DUNBAR WHITBY YORKSHIRE
Tony. See my post: Salvadore CASE married Ann SPERRIN 1870. I could not work out why Ann changed her name to STEPHENSON after she married, and why her father was recorded as James STEPHENSON...
by tonkin 5 years, 1 month ago
in Searching Zephaniah Sperrin 1850's in Victoria, Melbourne
by tonkin 5 years, 1 month ago
in CASE Salvadore married Ann SPERRIN 1870
Thank you for the update Tony. Happy to know I had the correct Zephaniah. With a name like that I knew it had to be him. And as I said, people don't vanish ... their name does, as you have found...
by tonkin 5 years, 1 month ago
in Searching Zephaniah Sperrin 1850's in Victoria, Melbourne
Hi Folks, I Live in N.Ireland, and am trying to progress my family tree using some initial research provided to me by my father, I wonder if anyone can help. My Great Granfather was Robert...
by karlstafford 5 years, 1 month ago
in Following the Stafford Family who migrated to Ireland back to England - Normandy - and Scandinavia.
Hi. I just wanted to let you know that the Zephaniah that you mentioned marrying Lousia Minton was the ancestor I was looking for. It appears his first wife Harriett died and he did remarry, and...
by tonysperrin 5 years, 1 month ago
in Searching Zephaniah Sperrin 1850's in Victoria, Melbourne
Trying to trace any family members of Joseph Barron from Tywardreath , Cornwall
by Hales 5 years, 1 month ago
in Barron of West Australia from Cornwall
THINKING ABOUT MOVING (Part III) You can live in Maine where... You only have four spices: salt, pepper, ketchup, and Tbaasco. Halloween costumes fit over parkas You have more than...
by 1bobbylee 5 years, 1 month ago
in Off Topic (1)
I think you are looking for Frederick Andrew STADE who was murdered by Leo Hannan, 10 August 1950. Frederick was employed by NZ Railways as a nightwatchman. He was aged 53. Google does not have...
by jmp 5 years, 1 month ago
in Looking for Slade of New Zealand
Thank you for your response. Lythe is about 10 miles north of Whitby. They appear to have lived in Lythe and I understand Scarborough would be south of Whitby so as this is the Lythe Register I...
by lwalker 5 years, 1 month ago
in In the "Register of Lythe" it is said of the person that they are "Of followed by a letter of the Alphabet" eg. "of S" All my lot are said to be "of S". Can you tell me what the "S" stands for please?
Ancestry's user trees are definitely to be taken with a grain of salt. There are obviously some good leads in there, but it's true that people will accept anything into their trees and you need to...
by Scott_J 5 years, 1 month ago
in lessons learned