Gilbert Harrison born 3 Mar 1834 in Shetland Islands, Scotland
Married to Margaret Hughson
Children Arthur Sutherland Harrison & Amelia Rose Sutherland Harrison
Lost in shipwreck @April 1, 1882
27 June 1872 Sydney Master Mariner...
Murray Arthur Smith's maternal family tree. Mother is Gweneth Dulcie Cooke married 1954 Arthur Wallace Smith (1923 - 2001). Children: Murray Arthur Smith 1956, Bruce Wallace Smith 1957, Sue Ann Brock 1958 (adopted), Rosemary Carolyn ? 1959...
Looking for David Father to William and Daniel Jones of Llangenech, near Llanelli, Dyfed Wales.
MCINNES FAMILY LINE
Name: Mary Ann MCINNES
Given Name: Mary Ann
Birth: 18 Jul 1834 in Sydney NSW
Christening: 6 Aug 1834 Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth Street, Sydney NSW
Death: 26 Nov 1903 in Batty Street,...
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BATTY FAMILY LINE
Name: Clara Flora BATTY
Given Name: Clara Flora
Birth: 12 Jun 1861 in Balmain NSW
Christening: 19 Aug 1861 St Andrews Scots Church, Sydney NSW
Death: 1939 in Ryde NSW
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MARGARET HUGHSON FAMILY LINE
Name: Margaret HUGHSON
Given Name: Margaret
Birth: 16 Aug 1835
Death: 1916 in Scone NSW
Immigration: 16 Dec 1874 UK to Sydney on ship: "Samuel Plimsoll"
HARRISON FAMILY LINE
1 Gilbert HARRISON b. 3 March 1834 d. @April 1882 + Margaret HUGHSON b: 16 AUG 1835 d: 1916
2 Arthur Sutherland HARRISON b: 12 JUN 1857 d: BEF 1903 + Clara Flora BATTY b: 12 JUN 1861 d: 1939
3 Gilbert P....
Descendants of Edward McCRISTAL
1 Edward McCRISTAL 1816 - 1874 b: 26 May 1816 in County Tyrone, Ireland
......d: 15 October 1874 in Bellingen, NSW, 1874/5706
.. +Elizabeth COOK 1826 - 1909 b: 26 May 1826 in Minto, NSW d: 17 January 1909...
It begins with Captain Gilbert Harrison, master mariner. Soon to come, his tale, the shipwrecks he endured, leading to the captain going down with his ship off the Australian coastline.
Gilbert HARRISON Sex: M Immigration: BEF DEC 1874 UK to...
This journal is for my husband, Murray Arthur Smith. It will contain information on the Smith family tree.
Thomas Batty & Mary Ann McInnes
dau. - Clara Flora Batty(Balmain 1861) married Arthur Sutherland Harrison(1857,...
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This journal is dedicated to my daughter, Melissa. This journal will contain information on her father's side of the family.
Grandfather - Junior Lee Medders
Grandmother - Doris Dubberly Medders
Children: Michael Edwin (Melissa's dad),...
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This journal is for my son, David. It will contain information to his family tree on his father's side.
Great Grandfather - Zollie Oliver Bourne
Grandfather - Clyde Shelby Bourne
Grandmother - Ethel Broome Bourne (her line goes back as...
Now I'm trying to find out the connection between Joseph D. Brannon "Brannan"? According to 1900 Albritton, Mobile Co.,AL Census, Dist.84 There were 2 Brannons, or Brannans living a few doors frpm each other. Both are from MS. Joseph D...
Looking for information on my great-great-great-great grandfather, John Hodgkinson. He was a United Empire Loyalist in the American Revolution who joined Burgoyne's Expedition in 1777. He later joined Butlers Rangers. He fled to Canada and...
Edward L. Lucas, b. 7-4-28, m. Shirley Salmons and had me, Wanda Joyce, 2-5-57. My mother and father divorced when I was small, he remarried and had 2 daughters, Brenda, Kathy and son, Scott. (Not sure if that's Edward SCOTT or just Scott. I...
Pinnock, Pennock or Penn
Believe it or not, Pinnock, Pennock or Penn all have the same root, that of the Celtic word for a hill, Penno.
Perhaps my own Clan, the Pinnock's were living on a smaller hill than the Penn clan occupied.
Wick itself is the Old Norse name for a bay, as in wick in Scotland, or Wicklow in Ireland. In the North East of the UK and Ireland, it suggests that it is the son of a man who was from Wick, and thus had that place surname....
Calladine, Culludyne, Carradine or Callidine.
It seems we were of Irish stock, living in Iceland, or at least until the island was invaded by the Norsemen. Therefore, the clan that arrived in England, via Ireland to Cheshire in 10th Century....
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The Birchenoughs were generations of stone carvers and monumental masons. There are Internet sites, which seem to proclaim the name to be of Dutch origin - word "Birch" meaning birch tree, and "Hof" meaning enclosure, yard or...
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