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Failte Romhat

Contains heaps of on-line records;
HAYES Genealogy sites;
Old Books and Transcripts;
and historical info.

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on 2006-07-12 04:47:06

allycat , from sunny Queensland, Australia, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Mar 2006. is researching the following names: VOSS, DENNER, DINNER and 610 other(s).

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by Summers76 on 2006-08-09 09:15:25

Hi Allycat, I just took a peek at 'Failte Romhat' mentioned above on your! my head is spinning again, must have a coffee, relax then go back onto that website. It looks do you do it..thank you, you are mega magic as it looks like that link will help me searching 'SCANLON' cheers Summer

by allycat on 2006-08-10 02:54:45

Dear Summers76, Glad to be of help to someone. I found the website when I was doing some googling on HAYES which is my paternal g.grandmother's line.

by Summers76 on 2006-08-16 16:55:26

Hi Allycat,
Just wanted to say hello and say thank you again..My research for Scanlon Family members is going great....I have that much info you have any (secret) handy hints to share with us newbies, or do I take over the spare room Summers

by glenbrae on 2007-07-09 03:00:55

Thanks for the great website for Irish Research. Glenbrae

by hobby252 on 2008-03-29 01:47:22

Hi Allycat, I'm trying to find information on
John Hoare (Convict)from Ireland so am finding
your site very helpful. Thank You Hobby252

by allycat on 2008-03-29 02:04:27

Dear Hobby252, If you write a journal on your John HOARE (convict) transported from Ireland I can assist you with exact details. Tell me as much information as you can.


by hobby252 on 2008-08-06 22:28:37

Hi Allycat,
My sincere apologies for not replying to your letter
but I have recently lost my Mother so genealogy has been put on hold.
Thank you I will write a Journal on John Hoare when
I'm able.
hobby 252

by hobby252 on 2008-10-09 19:19:10

Hi Allycat,
John Hore was transported to Australia for his involvement in "The Great Mutiny", he came originally from County Wexford, Ireland.Date of birth possibly between 1775-1778, died 25 Apr 1862, West Dapto, NSW, Australia.Unfortunately I
can't find his parents or any Birth records as I have been told records were destroyed by a fire back in that era.

I would appreciate any help you could offer.

hobby 252

by allycat on 2008-10-09 19:23:10

Dear Hobby252, Welcome back. Perhaps canny rootschatters at the Ireland boards maybe able to help you. [url=[/url] - it's amazing what they can find sometimes.

Going by the full date of death you have, do you have his Death Certificate? My advice would be to purchase bdm certs of all of his children as sometimes there can be more clues to the puzzle.

Have you also perused the National Archives of Australia website as a guest?


by hobby252 on 2008-10-18 19:36:03

Hi Alison, Thank you for you advise. I did
have a researcher helping me but she couldn't go back any further that John Hoare.

Will let you know if I make any progress!


by allycat on 2008-10-18 19:38:54

Do you have your tree online anywhere? GenesReunited, TribalPages etc.

by pebbles1 on 2009-05-18 03:13:52

A friend from school was a John Hoare (I hope still is). A solicitor in North Queensland. Father was also a judge of the Qld Supreme Court. Just goes to show that if there is a link back to the convict era, those old Brits knew how to pick the creme of society to give us a flying start here.
With I hope not a lot of difficulty, I could probably get a contact for you.

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