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I am searching for any information on my paternal grandfather John Francis Smith 06/04/1931-10/2010
by sgarcia0169 2 weeks, 5 days ago
According to his obituary he was born in Pennsylvania and he has a sibling who went by the name Ida Bennett at the time of his death. I found some sort of paper filled out by my mother at the time of my brother's birth listing my grandfather's...
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Waahiawa (ASHFORD)
by Peter1965 3 weeks ago
Looking for family members related to these people. Warena George Waahiawa (ASHFORD) aka Warena Waahiawa Ashford, Born: 1901 and died 1971. Buried at Mt View cemetery, Marton. Akuanei Mekameka Waahiawa (ASHFORD). Maiden name Jenkins, Born: 1910...
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Waahiawa (ASHFORD)
by Peter1965 3 weeks ago
Looking for help to find Whanau from Waahiawa (ASHFORD). What details I have is small. Warena George Waahiawa (ASHFORD) Is my grandfather, died 07/01/1971 at the age of 70. Akuanei Waahiawa (ASHFORD) is my grandmother and her maiden name was...
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Tar YOUNG & Ann WALKER
by PandaPenny 3 weeks, 1 day ago
Does anyone know of, or have any information on this couple Tar YOUNG & Ann WALKER. The Parents who are listed on their Son Charles YOUNG marriage to Ellen LOWE on 19th December 1895 in Mungindi NSW. Ellen's Parents are listed as Thomas...
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I am looking for any information about Margaret Hutchinson, she was born around 1855 in possibly County Armagh, Ireland. She married a Singleton Major also born in country Armagh, Ireland. Singleton Major was born around 1842. They had James 1875 born
by Nermal 3 weeks, 1 day ago
in County Armagh, Abigail 1876, George 1878, Matilda 1881, Singleton 1880, Emma 1897, Thomas 1886, Robert 1882, possibly more children. I am not sure if a Richard Hutchinson born 1825 and lived in 17 Liskeyborough, Rich Hill, Country Armagh,...
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Westcott
by sam32 3 weeks, 2 days ago
Hi all, Im trying to find more information about my paternal grandfather Stanley Powell Westcott if anyone can help I will appreciate Ive hit a brickwall. Thanks
3 comments, latest 2 weeks, 5 days ago
NAMES ON THE SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL SEAT AND THE W.W.2 MEMORIAL AT FLINDERS, MORNINGTON PENINSULA, VIC., AUST.
by itellya 3 weeks, 2 days ago
THEY SAY you can find anything you want on the internet! Nonsense, unless somebody has put it there. Everyone loves to claim a share of heroes and it might surprise Flinders oldtimers to discover that 90%, or more, of mentions of Flinders State...
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Convicts to Australia
by ZKO 3 weeks, 2 days ago
I have been researching various convict ancestors for many years now and have found it to be an addictive past time. Some of my ancestors went on to be fine upstanding people,but some,certainly gave me lots of reading material. Please...
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ship FERNGLEN to Wellington & Nelson, April 1876
by ngairedith 3 weeks, 3 days ago
West Coast Times, 26 April 1876 The Immigrant Ship FERNGLEN, for Wellington, via Nelson, which sailed from London on the 23rd of January, is reported to have reached Nelson. There are 189 passengers. 75 immigrants for Westland, all of whom may...
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Researching Spencer Family
by DKlopf 3 weeks, 5 days ago
Searching Spencer Family line. Gotten to Morgan Spencer born Feb 7,1823 in Fayetteville, Tennessee. Mom is Nancy Douthit, unknown dad.
2 comments, latest 3 weeks, 4 days ago
I am looking for the parents of John and Nancy Hinson who were the parents of William Hinson, born 1812, who married Caroline Strickland.
by billyghinson 3 weeks, 5 days ago
His father's name was John Hinson who moved to Pike county, Mississippi. His mother's first name was Nancy.
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George Henry Cox 1824 - 1901
by janilye 3 weeks, 6 days ago
The Hon. G. H. Cox. This is his Obituary as published in the Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW) Monday 2 December 1901 p 2 Death on Thursday Evening. A Remarkable Man. Particulars of his Career. The death of the Hon....
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