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Kloss family Glen Innes NSW

Journal by juliaking

Hi I am looking for information on my grandmother Elizabeth Kloss from Inverell NSW.
I know very little about her other than she married William Dean in Inverell

She was from Glen Innes NSW with German parents.

Does anyone have any more information on the Kloss family of Glen Inness

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by juliaking Profile | Research | Contact | Subscribe | Block this user
on 2010-11-04 18:22:04

juliaking has been a Family Tree Circles member since Nov 2010. is researching the following names: KLOSS, DEAN, KLOOSS.

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by allycat on 2010-11-05 02:15:35

Welcome. Ask if anyone in your family has any old bdm certs before you spend money on your genealogy. If not, you can purchase your grandparents marriage certificate securely online at the Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages for NSW. They were married in 1929 at Inverell. William A. DEAN and Elizabeth KLOSS.

Your grandmother's parents may have been Hermann H.F. KLOSS and Elizabeth A. (maiden name unknown) if she was born in 1902 at Glen Innes.

Many German emigrants arrived in Australia from Hamburg in 1853 via the ship 'Daniel Ross', including my ancestors the WEBER (WEBBER) and the VOSS families. Lots of them settled Inverell, Ashford, Glen Innes areas.

Historic Australian Newspapers, 1803 to 1954 ... 409 search results for 'KLOSS'. If you look at entry number 3. you will see obit for Hermann Kloss (possibly your g.grandfather?).

by juliaking on 2010-11-05 02:28:53

thank you for your information

I will investigate further to see if any family members have the certificates.

This is just the start for me.

by allycat on 2010-11-05 02:35:48

Think about putting your family tree online. A great site is Geni. When you click on the link, nothing will be there and it will ask you to begin your tree. Read their privacy policy, start adding members in your tree and invite the living electronically via their email addresses so that you can collaborate on the 'one' family tree no matter where in the world you all are.

by allycat on 2010-11-05 02:39:02

You might also want to think about joining local family history groups like for instance the Inverell District Family History Group Inc. as they can help you with your research.

Cheers,
Alison from QLD.

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