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Peach family in Victoria, Australia

Journal by michaelStJohn

I'm looking for as much info as I can get on the descendants of John Robert PEACH & Bridget LOFTUS. They were marry in Melbourne 1851, they then made their way to Western Victoria around the Belfast ( now Port Fairy),Horsham,Hamilton & Macarthur areas . Most of their children were born in one or other of the towns.
John R & Bridget are my gggrandparents.
I've got already over 200 people in my Peach tree but lots of gaps for some of the 2nd generation. Very happy yo share what I have.

Surnames: PEACH
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on 2013-04-08 23:31:08

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by janilye on 2013-04-09 14:50:23

Peach by Tonkin
The Horsham Times, Tuesday 16 May 1899
DEATH.
PEACHOn 11th May, at his residence, Pynsent-street, Horsham, John Robert Peach, native of Lincolnshire, England,in his 76thyear.
A district resident for 25 years, and leaves a widow and grown up family to mourn their loss.
He's buried at Horsham Cemetery. John Robert Peach had a brother Thomas who kept a butcher shop in Macarthur
The house in Pynsent street was run as a boarding house by son Robert Peach 1854-1917 and his wife in the early 1900s.

by michaelStJohn on 2013-04-12 22:03:32

Thank you for this info janilye.

by michaelStJohn on 2013-05-30 18:39:44

Hello Tonkin & janilye.

Do you happen to have any further info on John Robert PEACH's brother, Thomas? I can't find any ref to him in the Western area of Vic.
Ta.

by tonkin on 2013-05-31 20:21:36

I don't remember coming across this Thomas PEACH.
Did Thomas marry?

by michaelStJohn on 2013-06-02 17:41:34

I don't know if he was married sorry.He does not appear to be any of the "Thomas's" on the Peach marriages list you put up. This Thomas was not on the same ship that John Robert ( JR) was on when he came to Australia. It may be that the newspaper got it wrong. One of JR'sons was also a Thomas and was names a butcher on his marriage cert in 1903. I may have to go to the State Library to check out the old records of the "Horsham Times". Thank you anyway!

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