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Owen Family - is anyone connected to the following brothers who were the sons of William Owen and Elizabeth Ann Brewer who married Lambeth, middlesex in 1816?

Question by jded_101148

Sons were William George Owen b. 1817, Henry Norris Owen, Frederick Charles Owen, Arthur Walshman Owen, Stanley Fairfax Owen, Herbert Parker Owen, Percy Fitxwilliam Owen. Some had carrers in India, 2-3 went to Australia.

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on 2011-09-24 00:33:32

jded_101148 has been a Family Tree Circles member since Mar 2011. is researching the following names: DUNBARANDROBERTSON, DUNBAR, MADDENTHELATTER5WITHCONNE and 13 other(s).

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by janilye on 2011-09-25 01:12:58

by jded_101148 on 2011-09-30 22:55:11

Dear Janilye,
Thanks for you interest. The info you have given me is alredy known as I made an Ancestry query and the girl who reponded had my Stanly Fairfax Owen as a 'fringe dweller' on her tree. My query sparked her interest and together we collated much of the info which is now on her tree (Lyons Family Tree). However I am really keen to: 1) trace Stanly's movements from Childhood to when he was supposed to have 1st gone to New Zealand in 1848; 2) discover if brother Frederick Charles travelled with him as they ended up living in the same place; 3) discover what happed to Percy Fitzwilliam who was supposed to have been involved in a shooting scandal - shootong his Eurasian princess wife. I believe he actually ended up in NSW, marrying in a town just over the boarder from where his brothers eventually lived; and 4) what happened to Henry Norris who I suspect may have remained in England.
If you happen to come across anything on these Owen brothers I would really appreciate it.
Thanks again, Jenny

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