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In terms of Arthur he is George Latimer Absolum and Ida's youngest son. Born 1914 died 1978.
by Miss_Shaye 1 month ago
in William ABSOLUM + Catherine LESLIE, Otahuhu 1860s
Does Ernest Alfred Ede (1861 to 1941) fit into the family tree somewhere? Said to be a son of Alfred James Eade (1830-1923), an immigrant from Surrey. Married my great aunt Susannah Burrell....
by ge_burrell 1 month ago
in Edward EDE & Clara Elizabeth ALSOP - Wellington
Hi, The unclaimed mail lists were often published in the newspapers plus the Government Gazettes and I have access to certain years of the South Australian and Victorian Government Gazettes....
by Aussie1947 1 month ago
in I am looking to find out details of when and how Edward Hebden Brodribb migrated to Australia. He was born/baptised 13 January 1832 St Marks Kensington London
Given that the "Hebden" part of his name is his Mother's maiden name you would think there would have to be a connection to this Broadribb who was in Adelaide, infact you would think it...
by Muchelny 1 month ago
in I am looking to find out details of when and how Edward Hebden Brodribb migrated to Australia. He was born/baptised 13 January 1832 St Marks Kensington London
Hello again Gerry, I have no record of a Charles H Brodribb as a brother to Edward Hebden, but that doesn't mean they are not related. He could be an uncle or something. I am going to the library...
by Muchelny 1 month ago
in I am looking to find out details of when and how Edward Hebden Brodribb migrated to Australia. He was born/baptised 13 January 1832 St Marks Kensington London
Hi Helen, On 23rd August 1849 the Barque "Hydaspes" arrived from Liverpool via Melbourne and one of the Intermediate passengers was Mr BROADRIBB. There were unclaimed letters in...
by Aussie1947 1 month ago
in I am looking to find out details of when and how Edward Hebden Brodribb migrated to Australia. He was born/baptised 13 January 1832 St Marks Kensington London
Hi posted an. We are cousins, George's brother Raymond was my dad. The Viking reference comes from Nils and Ane Jensen who came from Denmark in 1874. They would be your great geeat grandparents....
by Jazzdog 1 month ago
in Looking for Swan in New Zealand, Ancestors Scandinavian.
My grandmother is Elizabeth Maria Jensen who married James Swan. They had sons Edgar, George also Reginald Clifford, Raymond Stephen (my father), Louis Edmond, Lionel and daughter Ruby Evelyn....
by Jazzdog 1 month ago
in the JENSEN on PECK of TAITA
He was in Adelaide in 1849 saw him on LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS. South Australian (newspaper, Monday 7 October 1850; then again in the Adelaide Times 10 December 1849.
by janilye 1 month ago
in I am looking to find out details of when and how Edward Hebden Brodribb migrated to Australia. He was born/baptised 13 January 1832 St Marks Kensington London
Thank you Gerry, that narrows it a bit more. I will have another look through the Census in the Ararat area and hope that something comes up there. It would be nice to have a starting point for...
by Muchelny 1 month ago
in I am looking to find out details of when and how Edward Hebden Brodribb migrated to Australia. He was born/baptised 13 January 1832 St Marks Kensington London
Hi, The Argus Newspaper Monday 18th April 1853, page 2 under Advertising. EDWARD HEBDEN BRODRIBB--Any information respecting E.H.B will be thankfully received by Frank H. Wilson, who is...
by Aussie1947 1 month ago
in I am looking to find out details of when and how Edward Hebden Brodribb migrated to Australia. He was born/baptised 13 January 1832 St Marks Kensington London
I believe Shazrr, that he married Flora Bellshaw, but not verified
by ngairedith 1 month ago
in death of ANNIE HUNTER 1839-1906
Did Robert James happen to marry Emily Mchperson?
by Shazrr85 1 month ago
in death of ANNIE HUNTER 1839-1906
hi Tonkin, sorry for not adding more on my dna results. my biggest surprise was finding finnish relatives. also one we now know to be a definite cousin who thought her ancestor was just adopted by...
by anne_steel1 1 month, 1 week ago
in How far back can you go confirming your bloodline with DNA?
At MEEREA the family would kill a sheep once a month for our locals, in return for an old kerosene tin of wild bush honey. If I close my eyes, I can still smell and taste that beautiful sweet...
by janilye 1 month, 1 week ago
in Australia Day , Sydney's Foundation Day
Some history of VIEWPOINT before Edmund Dunn's purchase in 1849. c/a 1, section 4 Tullamarine, the northern (almost)97 acres. A comment (under another journal about a new road between Keilor and...
by itellya 1 month, 1 week ago
in EDMUND DUNN, ONE OF THE EARLIEST PIONEERS ON THE MORNINGTON PENINSULA, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA & TULLAMARINE PIONEER OF 1849.
The 'support logo' was deactivated years ago magician Script error means you have added an unacceptable word - it can be as simple as 'update' or some other obscure word (I do not have a reliable...
by ngairedith 1 month, 1 week ago
in I need help and cannot see the "Support" logo at the bottom of any page. Do not matter what I enter in the research section, it come up with a script error!