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NANCY STEWART - QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA c. 1929

Journal by abigail2

Where in the world was NANCY STEWART born?

Where and when did she marry ALEXANDER MOFFAT?

Where and when did NANCY MOFFAT die?

Clues:

Nancy Stewart and Alexander Moffat had one known son, Donald, born 1929 CLERMONT QLD. Nancy died before Donald married in 1949.

Can anyone find Nancy Moffat (nee Stewart) in Australia 1929 - 1949?

She has eluded me so far

Abi

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on 2009-02-28 12:13:13

abigail2 , from Cambridge Gardens, NSW, Australia, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Jul 2008. is researching the following names: MCINTYRE, PARKER, MOFFAT and 12 other(s).

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by allycat on 2009-02-28 17:08:52

Dear Abi, Hi. Maybe you might have more luck trying to find where she is buried and work backwards in the tree from there.

Goto Central Queensland Family History Association Inc.

You might like to contact them as they have (amongst other records):-

CLERMONT - INDEX TO BURIALS - DEATH REGISTERED
CLERMONT CEMETERY - INDEX TO BURIAL REGISTER
CLERMONT CEMETERY BURIAL RECORDS

I couldn't find her at ancestry.com.

Maybe RootsChatters can find her for you, goto their Australia board and post a lookup request.


Alison
EDITOR.

by abigail2 on 2009-08-08 10:03:48

I read somewhere that family research confuses the dead and irritates the living. Hmm...

The name "Nancy" turned out to be "negotiable."

This lovely lady was born Nelly Beattie Stewart at Logierait Perthshire Scotland 1885 to Donald Stewart and Helen Beattie.

The name "Nellie" was used at her marriage to Alexander Moffatt in Queensland in 1912.

On her son's bith certificate in 1927 she gave her name as Helen Stewart of Aberfeldy Perthshire Scotland (Aberfeldy is very near Logierait).

Her death in Queensland in 1928 was registered as Helen Beattie Moffatt.

Thank you Ali and everyone for all your suggestions. RootsChatters were marvellous.

Abi

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