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Got some info that will shed some more light. I am researching Bellingers. Alfred Bellinger m Sarah Maria Carn. They lived and worked at Lisdillon/Mayfield estates. I have been reading Sarah...
by robbell307 4 years, 10 months ago
in John CARN and Jane Inch nee WILLIAMS F Child
haha I posted it until I can find a pic of Emmett. That one catches the overflow from the tank. I remember our copper was inside the laundry. It took a whole day to do the wash back then and do...
by janilye 4 years, 10 months ago
in Henry James Emmett 1783-1848
Have not seen a copper like that since I was a little lad living in the bush. When the water was boiling mum would drop in the clothes, poke a bit more wood in, have a cuppa, and then remove the...
by tonkin 4 years, 10 months ago
in Henry James Emmett 1783-1848
HI NGAIREDITH, THANKS FOR THE INFO ON EDGAR SOMERVILLLE HENSON AND CLAUDE JAMES HENSON. LOOKS AS THOUGH TWO BROTHERS MARRIED TWO SISTERS! I DON'T THINK THEY ARE MY HENSONS BUT THANKS AGAIN....
by pollywolly 4 years, 10 months ago
in HENSON OF NEW ZEALAND
If it's Henry James Emmett, he was born in Westminster, Middlesex, England in 1782 and died in Newtown, Tasmania on the 28 December 1848. He married Mary Elizabeth Thompson Townsend at Westminster...
by janilye 4 years, 10 months ago
in I am a descendent of Henry Emmett of Tasmania. Does anyone know exactly where they came from before they came to Tasmania. I only have the name of the ship.
Excellent ...
by Boru 4 years, 10 months ago
in New Journal Type: Query
Ain't slang words a hoot Tonkin? I have a mule grin from ear to ear. I won't lark you, I swear by my overall straps. We are egging each other on. When playing pigskin, Are coach demanded...
by 1bobbylee 4 years, 10 months ago
in Off Topic (1)
See,your brother and son suffered then and now suffering from the after effects. But, You know what Jan? "I bet they really loved it!!" Jan, I really enjoy contact sports. I enjoyed...
by 1bobbylee 4 years, 10 months ago
in Off Topic (1)
Thank you Rozzie. Gina is the name recorded in the death records and is the name given by the informant at the time of death. Gina is just a shorter version for Georgina. Given names ofter vary...
by tonkin 4 years, 10 months ago
in EMMETT Edward married Phillis ROGERS 1862
Similar attributes with subtle skillset, Rugby League is more aggressive, Rugby Union is more structured, Aussie Rules is skillful with speed, endurance & agility. Both use a oval ball...
by janilye 4 years, 10 months ago
in Off Topic (1)
I am related to George Hull. There is a lot of information on the Hull family at that time, when they first came to Australia. I am directly descended from Georgina Rose Hull and Phillip Emmett....
by Rozzie1 4 years, 10 months ago
in HULL - SURREY, ENGLAND & NSW, AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA, AUST
My word said the bird. If you ever lob down under for a captain cook at the footy you know not to beat about the bush asking for a pie and sauce because you may end up with a dead barker in...
by tonkin 4 years, 10 months ago
in Off Topic (1)
Arthur Hitchcock arrived Aus per Storm King he married 1 Mary Ann Hines 2 Mary Ann Gordon.
by HITCHCOCK 4 years, 10 months ago
in Looking for HITCHCOCK of Lincoln England.
I am a descendent of this family too. I am 99% sure my gggg grandmother was called Georgina Rose Hull.Not Gina. I have a photo of her. Roz ( Roslyn Hancock grand daughter of Sophie Emmett - a...
by Rozzie1 4 years, 10 months ago
in EMMETT Edward married Phillis ROGERS 1862
Oh, Nothing to apologize for mate. We have many southern slang words. I have a paper on Southern slang words. Will try to find it. I could talk to you in two full senctenes with southern slang...
by 1bobbylee 4 years, 10 months ago
in Off Topic (1)
ARF!! I loved playing American football in school. Even (I think) our sadistic coach stood us up and told us not to move while another player came at us, and many times left his feet to throw a...
by 1bobbylee 4 years, 10 months ago
in Off Topic (1)
Sorry bobbylee - just a bit of Aussie slang mate. A dog's eye is a meat pie, and dead horse is tomato sauce. And a Harry is what we call a big bottle of beer. There are twelve Harrys to a...
by tonkin 4 years, 10 months ago
in Off Topic (1)
Scott, I suppose the drama was missing for a punchline. God can lead people into our lives when we least expect it. After 70 years, in a church in Clovis, New Mexico. He heard for the first time...
by 1bobbylee 4 years, 10 months ago
in Off Topic (1)
I'm a Carolina boy Tonkin. What is dog's eye, dead horse, and a box of Harrys to keep you company? I have never heard these terms. Bob. Now I have heard the term dead horse as it was used...
by 1bobbylee 4 years, 10 months ago
in Off Topic (1)