Mr. C.V. Randle. Died May 1922
Though it has been known to his friends for some little time that Mr. Charles Vincent Randle, of Ross St. Inverell was seriously ill, the news of his death last night at the residence of his...
Wooger Vetnal (that's how they spelt it in the records) was a private in the 3rd "Buffs" East Kent Regiment, who first came to New South Wales on convict escort duty in 1822. He had served twenty years in the British Army, been wounded more than...
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Mary Anne O'Connor was nursing in Armidale when she met Gabriel Nixon who had a carrying business. They were married in Armidale 3 December 1879. Near the end of 1885 Gabriel's business was suffering because of the railway line having been...
Margaret Mary O'Connor was only 15 years of age when she married John Patrick Henry at Uralla on 5 Jan. 1871. Margaret was the oldest of the family of John O'Connor and Mary Murphy and was well used to helping her mother in the home and with the...
William King continued the carrying business and agency at North Road, Preston, Lancashire, in the north-west of England, begun by his father, James King. On 26 October 1845 he married Jane Elliot of Friargate, Preston, and moved to Blackburn...
Michael Ernest O'Connor, born 8 October 1872 was the fourth child of John Connor and Jane Curtis. There were five more children born after Michael so he grew up in the midst of a large family, but was barely twelve years old when his father died...
THE STAFF (Railway and Tramway News)
September 22, 1930.
When, in the March issue, `The Staff' announced Mrs. Jane Clarke's retirement, it was stated that her service - thirty-two years - probably constituted a record for female employees....
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Uralla has become famous in the eyes of the world as a wool producing district. New England wool, because of its fineness and cleanliness, has held the record price on the Sydney Market for fine wool, on various occasions in the early days and...
Summer Hill is a pretty little place towards the north of Tipperary, Ireland, where the eastern slopes of Mt. Knockanora roll down to the Cromage River. The town of Borrisoleigh is not far to the south. It was here that a daughter was born to John...
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I am interested in researching the Szoke family. My mothers father was Paul Szoke. I think that they immigrated to Canada from Romania in the 1940s. My grandfather died in 1987. He fought in WW2. His mother's name was Julia Metro, and she...
My husband's family goes back to a James Slade, 1807, of possibly Chipperfield. Line below:
James SLADE, b ca 1807
m. 29 Nov 1832 atSt. Mary, Hardwick cum Weedon, Buckinghamshire, England to Hannah HONOUR, b 13 Jul 1806 at...
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Seek my Altman cousins who descend from these Altman siblings:
Joseph B. Altman b. March 3, 1860 in PA
Margaret A. Altman b. April 26, 1863 in Green Springs, PA
Edmond (Edmund, Edward) S. Altman b. 1865 in Green Springs, PA
I am looking for information on William Albert Moore who married Maynor Pilkington. Children include : Gerold and Harold, Jack and Mack.
William Moore was born on April 26, 1892. I am looking for the date he died and who his parents were....
Many exiled Irishmen became so excited, enthused and involved in High Patriotism during the celebrations in 1875 to mark the centenary of the birth of Daniel O'Connell that they restored, or added, the "0" to their name.
Uralla was gazetted a...
The first John Elliott we know of was quietly running his butchery business in Hastings in Sussex in England. His wife Mary Martin conducted "An Academy for Young Ladies" in Hastings. The life must have been too quiet for their son John. He joined...
John Connor worked in Sydney first, then joined in exploring the area inland from Port Macquarie until he was employed by Captain Rapsey on the old storeship, the St. Michael. Moored at Morpeth, the end of the navigable reach of the Hunter River,...
Our Research on both my Mother and Father's sides of the families, have caused us to criss cross the US from 1790 through 1930. We seem to faulter during the civil war years, also the loss of the 1890 census.
We have two HALL Families to search...
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I am looking for any children of the Morphett Family born in Frittenden, Kent and Grennwich, London.
Alice Bn 1879, Beartrice Kate Bn 1881, Maggie Bn 1883, Nellie Bn 1885, Richard Bn 1886, all at Frittenden. Herbert Bn 1888 at Marden.
I am looking for anyone who may have some information on the tennehill from tennessee.
If you have any information please let me know. This is where my search ended.