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John Wallace Joss, son of Captain James Joss of Banff, Scotland
by swinneyf 1 week, 2 days ago
James Joss was in Sydney, Australia late 1820's and eventually resided at The Neck, Stewart Island, New Zealand 1830's to 1845 when he sailed for Tahiti, in the Rover's Bride with two sons James Bruce and John Wallace. They didn't return.
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Bundy Family of Indiana and Kentucky
by warrior_princess1 1 week, 4 days ago
Looking for information regarding the Bundy Family. My Second Great Grandmother is Mary Lucreta Bundy Collins and her Father is William Griffin Bundy and Mother is Drucilla Addington. I was told as a kid that we have Native American in our family....
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Parsons in Alabama USA
by montevallo79 6 years, 4 months ago
Looking for info on Mary Elizabeth Parsons, 1839-1924. Her maiden name was Bell. She married John B. Parsons in 1857. 3 children, Last being born March, 1861. John B died december, 1861 during Civil War. Records show Mary had two more...
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Joseph G. Parsons of Jefferson County Alabama and Laurens County South Carolina
by hpar4 1 week, 1 day ago
Introduction to the Genealogy and Life of Joseph G. Parsons Sr. and His Descendents After living in the Carolinas for most of his adult life, Joseph Garrett Parsons Sr. in 1817-19 journeyed with his youngest son John “Jack” and his wife,...
Bernard Ryce (Rice) born 1830 • Lurrigan Down Ireland
by arice03 7 months ago
He came to Australia 12 Jan 1856 with his wife Elizabeth née Wilson. He lived at Theresa Park Camden and is my husbands gg grandfather. Looking for Any information in regards to his ancestors and descendants
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by itellya 1 year, 8 months ago
When I started researching Mornington Peninsula history in about August 2011, I did not know one descendant of pioneering families. My first contact was probably a Lacco descendant who ran a flower shop in Rosebud,who, I think, had been mentioned...
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eulie tulloch
by Oldcheese 1 week, 5 days ago
I am trying to find out where Eulie Tulloch is buried in Victoria. Eulie died in 1988. Th last place I found her in was shepparton
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WILTON (nee HALLETT) of Melbourne, Vic area
by natzmud 1 week, 3 days ago
Hi, I am looking for any information on the WILTON family. The family is Cyril George WILTON, married to Dulcie Marie HALLETT. They married in 1939 in Melbourne at St Patrick's cathedral, in a double wedding with Dulcie's sister Ena May. They had...
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James LOVEDAY & Lydia KEMP - Norfolk to Woodville
by ngairedith 7 years ago
NOTE read comments below for valuable info added by descendants of this family Thank youto craigsm for his message 4-7-2010, adding valuable info to this family JAMES LOVEDAY (1840-1913) and LYDIA KEMP (1841-1920) were married in Bunwell,...
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PUDNEY Henry married Maria WILLIAMS 1861
by tonkin 1 week, 2 days ago
Information Journal. Groom: Henry John PUDNEY. Age: 22 years. Status: Not recorded. Father: Stephen PUDNEY. Bride: Maria WILLIAMS. Age: 18 years. Status: Not recorded. Father: James WILLIAMS. Date married: 02 July 1861. Place:...
Robert Johnston, Arr. Dunedin N.Z. on "May Queen" November 1872. Married 1874 Emilly Maria Duke who also had emigrated on same ship with her parents
by lollyrock 1 week, 2 days ago
These anecdotes on Robert Johnston were written by Joyce Ashby, daughter of Robert's youngest daughter Agnes Anne Brownrigg, and from Robert Rockliff, younger son of Robert's eldest daughter Emily Ella Jane. Robert Johnston was born on 21st...
looking for stephen family
by jessicastephen 2 years, 11 months ago
hi my name is jessica stephen recently my father william stephen passed away and that got me started on the family history his father is james ravenscroft stephen and his mervyn ravenscroft stephen i have found a bit of info on the family but want...
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William Mace - 1809 - 1898 Weymouth Dorset England
by jamo761 4 years, 6 months ago
William MACE seems to be a common name around the 1800s, especially around the Dorset area, although there are a few around all of England. This particular William MACE is related to me on my father's side. William is my Gt Gt Grandfather's...
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by itellya 1 year, 10 months ago
Considering that Douglas Picking probably helped to maintain tourism in Dromana after the days of the steamers,it is amazing that the only mention of his fauna park in Colin McLear's A DREAMTIME OF DROMANA was in relation to a fire described on...
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PUDNEY Percy married Louisa FLETCHER 1905
by tonkin 1 week, 3 days ago
Information Journal. Groom: Percy Troup PUDNEY. Age: 24 years. Status: Single. Father: Henry John PUDNEY. Bride: Louisa FLETCHER. Age: 20 years. Status: Single. Father: Daniel FLETCHER. Date married: 19 April 1905. Place: Methodist...
Timperley Family Tree Research
by foundryman417 1 week, 3 days ago
Hi Everyone. I'm researching Timperley from The Cheshire UK area, My Gt Grandfather farmed Lime tree Farm on Baguley Road Sale from about 1835. His name was Ezra Timperley. He is my base line. Anyone who can connect back to him I would love to...
looking for any information on Victor Earnest Joseph Wells (or Victor Mood). Born in 1908/1911 either in Bathurst nsw or sydney nsw
by joeashell112 2 years, 11 months ago
He was a resident of St Vincent's Boys' Home in Westmead,nsw. I am guessing he was there from around 1912 to 1922 ( approx) He could also be known as Victor Mood.
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Does anyone have a birth record for Cyril Charles Goldfinch born 1907?
by goldy1 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Cyril is my paternal, biological grandfather born in Ohingaiti, Rangitikei District, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand
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Arnold/Willy of High Ham, Somerset, UK
by hykick 6 years, 7 months ago
Richard ARNOLD married Hannah WILLY on 1 Jan 1729 in the village of High Ham. I know nothing of Richard ARNOLD other than his wedding date. I think Hannah may have been the illegitimate daughter of Joanna WILLY of High Ham. Children I have...
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