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MAYOH family from Lancashire, England to NSW Australia - Wallenbeen, Young, Demondrille, Binalong and Sydney

Journal by allycat

Looking for descendants of Thomas MAYOH of Dimpleturton, Lancashire, England and Annie WINDROS of Boltby, Yorkshire, England who emigrated to Australia in 1841 particularly due to their connections with the DINNER and HUCKEL families.

Gencircles tree - ancestors of Maureen Mitchell

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on 2010-03-27 18:40:44

allycat , from sunny Queensland, Australia, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Mar 2006. is researching the following names: VOSS, DENNER, DINNER and 610 other(s).

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by 7wonders on 2011-01-08 07:40:33

Thomas Mayoh & Anne Windross are in my Family Tree, together with James Keenan. Do you have further information on Thomas & Anne parents or James Keenan's parents?


by allycat on 2011-01-08 08:03:48

Dear 7wonders, Hi. The following information is not yet verified, just my notations on possible parents of Thomas MAYOH:-


Source: NSW Registrar of Births, Deaths & Marriages online

Baptism: 5 Jun 1815 Walmsley Presbyterian Chapel, Bolton le Moors, Lancashire, England
Thomas Mayoh - Son of William Mayoh & Betty (formerly Gregson)
Born: 28 Nov 1814
Abode: Dimple, Turton, Bolton
Baptised by: Thos. Jones
Register: Baptisms 1811 - 1836, Page 27, Entry 134
Source: LDS Film 560904

State Records Office NSW
Deceased Estates
Surname FirstName Locality DateOfDeath DateDutyPaid Remarks Order
MAYOH Thomas Moppity 27/05/1889 26/07/1889 -
MAYOH W C Grenfell 20/4/1906 29/6/1906 -

Regarding Anne WINDROSS, NSW bdms has death record of Ann MAYOH in 1888 Young NSW father's name listed as David, mother unknown. I have (not yet verified) father's name David WINDROSS and mother Elizabeth MORRELL born 1781 died 31 May 1846 Felixkirk, Yorkshire, England.

See this family tree online at Rootsweb:-
Haddock Haydock Carmichael Sewell Galt McKibben

Hope this helps.

Q.Where does James KEENAN fit in the tree?

by Aussie1947 on 2011-01-08 22:13:36


A couple of possibilities.

In the Queensland Police Gazette for 6th October 1869 there is a mention of a Thomas Mayoh of Black Range having horses numbers 13 to 18 stolen.

NSW PO Directory 1875
Mayoh Thomas, grazier, moppity.


by allycat on 2011-01-09 06:24:18

Thanks Gerry. Much appreciated.

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