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LOADER marriages 1849-1895 Victoria Australia
by tonkin 1 month ago
LOADER marriages 1849-1895 Victoria Australia. Males Edmund. Married: Eliza HAYDEN 1862. Henry. Married: Mary Ann CAMERON 1862. William. Married: Caroline COLMAN 1864. Thomas. Married: Anna Maria HALL 1865. Henry. Married:...
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John Parkinson and Dorothy Squires (Both Born about 1700)
by robrey50 1 month ago
I am looking foe any information about John & Dorothy, Who were their Parents and their Children.It seems that they had a Son John born in Shoreditch in 1725. Thanks Robert
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Boyer - Alexandria, VA
by TOMBOAL 1 month ago
Am researching Boyer/Bowyer families who lived in or near Alexandria, VA 1750-1850 as well as their early colonial ancestors. Likely of English origin. I already have DNA results and substantial research material available for...
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Albert Messer
by Messer 1 month ago
My grandfather, Albert Messer, of Haywood Co., NC left his family when my dad, Ernest Messer, was a toddler; this would have been about 1925-26. He was never heard from again. Rumors are he was killed by a wild animal or he went to east TN &...
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THE EARLY POUND AT KALKALLO, VIC., AUST., AND A DONNYBROOK OR TWO.
by itellya 1 month ago
A trove search for KALKALLO in the 1840's, revealed that almost every mention of Kalkallo was about the pound and COMPLAINTS, dismissals, allegations of corruption. It is almost certain that Donnybrook was named after a place in the old country...
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James Traill and Elizabeth Brown Traill
by Traillblazer 1 month ago
My Great grandparents were James Traill and Elizabeth Brown Traill. They had 8 children of which I have accounted for 6 of them. If you are interested please let me know? James Traill and Elizabeth Brown Traill descendants went all over James...
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MOUNT FRASER AT BEVERIDGE, VIC., AUST., WAS NAMED AFTER THE PIONEERING FRASER FAMILY.
by itellya 1 month ago
This journal was prompted by my post on the CRAIGIEBURN HISTORICAL INTEREST GROUP'S Facebook page. Mount Fraser is indeed a spectacular monument to the Fraser family. MOUNT FRASER, BEVERIDGE. Mount Fraser near Beveridge is heritage-listed,...
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LUND marriages 1854-1905 Victoria Australia
by tonkin 1 month ago
LUND marriages 1854-1905 Victoria Australia. Males Stephen. Married: Elispeth HUME 1854. John. Married: Ellen TALBOT 1854. Robert. Married: Mary Stewart BAXTER 1859. Charles. Married: Alice EDWARDS 1861. Louis. Married:...
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Hello Researchers. I need someone's help. I am searching for Barzilla Lee Watkins, male, b. 1912 and died 1946. He was a Private First Class in the US Marines in WW II. I would really, really like to find out who his parents were.
by BenjaminRayAinsworth 1 month ago
Barzilla Lee Watkins is related to me through my maternal grandmothers side of the family. More specifically, my maternal great grandmothers line. I have recently DNA matched with a descendants of Barzilla, so I know the paper trail is correct....
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John Stead of Ludlow d. 1741
by Steadier 1 month ago
John Stead was an apothecary or doctor of Physick and also something of a property speculator. I am looking for anything which will link him to the family of Samuel Stead (18th-19th century) who were builders in Ludlow.
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Main streams of research
by BoyfromtheBog 1 month ago
I am endeavouring to find and record my ancestors from the starting point of my grand-parents and have made some progress despite dealing with what appear to be very common names: Dean, Walker, Evans and Corns. There is a disconnect in the Corns...
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Please bear with me
by mcmanda1 1 month ago
Hello from Lanarkshire, Scotland. I am a "newbie" to genealogy and find it fascinating just how much of my ancestors were from the same areas and never knew the other existed then each in their own directions spread roots all over the...
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Where is Wayman YOUNG in 1880, 1890 and 1910 census? Born 26 Nov 1862 Campobello, New Brunswick. 1900 census Eastport, Maine, aged 37, with wife Olintha and four children. Died Houlton, Maine November 1932.
by carolenewb 1 month ago
Burial recorded as George Wayman YOUNG. A Weyman YOUNG has been found in 1920 Houlton census, as lodger, with age stated as 36, whereas Wayman would have been 56 at this time. Is it possible the head of house had no idea of his correct age and...
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Looking for information on a Nellie Gillman, she worked as a fancy neck wear maker, maybe at chard lace? In Nottingham around 1900-1907
by SarahRansom 1 month ago
Looking for information on a Nellie Gillman, she worked as a fancy neck wear maker, maybe at chard lace? In Nottingham around 1900-1907
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Marsden Martha
by Vashron 1 month ago
MARSDEN Martha (born Cal 1868 to 8 Nov 1942) Buried 10 Nov 1942 KaarraKatta Cemetery Perth, WA, Aust) married Thomas MCINTOSH ( 1866 -1Mar 1901)in 1890. had three children;- 1)Adam Bruce MCINTOSH 1891 _ 2Jun 1891) 2)George MCINTOSH (1892 -...
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HELP! I'm looking for my grandmother. She was born Marjorie Cahill 1943-1944 in
by amiramekawy 1 month ago
Esperance WA. She later changed her name to Mahjani Cheykina (not sure on the spelling). Daughter of Jack & Hazel Cahill & sister to Peter, Paul & John. Last I knew she lives in Kalgoorlie. If anyone has information at all it would be...
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John Stead
by Steadier 1 month ago
born 1628, died 1698 Ludlow area
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Convicts to Van Diemans Land (Tassie)
by TracySW 1 month ago
This is Exciting: The Convict Brick Trail at Campbell Town commemorates some of the nearly 200,000 convicts who were transported to Australia between 1788 and 1868. The first brick was laid by Mayor Kim Polley on the 28 August 2003. Each brick...
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