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looking for Thomas Sheehan & Mary ann Venables married 1865 Sydney NSW Australia

Query by leoniekeen

I am researching my family tree and would like any help with my research.
Thomas Sheehan married Mary Ann Venables 1865 Sydney NSW Australia,
they fostered my grandmother Nina Williamson\Jackson in 1904 as per Dept Youth & Community Services Adoption Register 1902-1903 held at State Records Kingswood NSW.

Thomas Sheehan had a sister Bridget or Margaret Sheehan who married Frederick Fry in 1858 at Sydney NSW Australia, they had several children 1 of whom was Honorah Fry whom married William Hope. They had a son named William Frederick Hope(my grandfather) whom married Nina Williamson (my grandmother).

Any information would be greatly appreciated.

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on 2007-06-24 22:36:48

leoniekeen , from Erskine Park NSW Australia, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Mar 2007. is researching the following names: WOLFENDEN, GRANTEDWARDBORN1859INENGL, MARYEDITHWOLFENDENBORN187 and 6 other(s).

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by allycat on 2007-06-25 07:28:16

Leonie,

NSW Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages:-

Purchase the Marriage Certificate of Thomas SHEEHAN and Mary A VENABLES

This couple married in 1865 at Liverpool NSW Australia.

BIRTHS

List of 7 possible birth records of possible children born to Thomas Sheehan and mother Mary A*

DEATHS

6 possible death records of possible children born to Thomas Sheehan and mother Mary A*

Go ahead and check the NSW bdms online, it is free to use.

Purchase the death cert of your grandfather 1949, father William John, and mother ANORAH at Canterbury and work your way backwards.

Here on familytreecircles, please also edit this journal to include a commar and space to separate the surnames that your journal is about. That way they will become clickable links back to the surname wiki pages, links and other researchers and their journals.

Regards,
Alison
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