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Reseigh family from Cornwall

Query by Kahryn

Hello, from rainy Sheffield Yorkshire England! I'm attempting to trace Thomas Harvey Reseigh and his wife Frances Sarah Reseigh. Also Thomas' brother and family - James and Elizabeth Mary Reseigh and their daughter Alice Louisa Reseigh. From what I can gather they emigrated to South Australia from England - James doesn't appear in the English Census after 1871 and Thomas appears in 1881 but not after that. The brothers originate from Paul, Cornwall and the girls where born in - Frances in Limehouse and Elizabeth in Chatham Kent. I would dearly like to find them! Seems like a black hole at the moment!

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on 2012-09-24 11:40:39

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by mariapbf on 2012-09-25 06:06:55

by mariapbf on 2012-09-25 06:10:10

Marriage for Alice Louisa to Francis Turnbull Gluyas 12/11/1894 Adelaide Advertiser.

by mariapbf on 2012-09-25 06:23:59

by mariapbf on 2012-09-25 06:27:51

Death for Elizabeth Mary widow of James Reseigh aged 85 years - 24/04/1930

by mariapbf on 2012-09-25 06:29:56

Can't get into the article but there's a death for James Reseigh beloved husband of the Adelaide Chronicle 30/09/1911.

Best of luck with your research


by Kahryn on 2012-09-25 12:27:56


Thank you so much for your post! Will get on to the trove site etc. asap. Very helpful info.- started to lose the will to live over this side of the family! Thank you again!


by Kahryn on 2012-09-25 13:09:29

by asheppard on 2012-09-25 20:04:45

Try this site it may be helpful, look under resources section then online database search

by Pussing on 2014-10-22 19:05:27

There's a Thomas Reseigh, along with his wife, Bessie, buried in Reefton Suburban Cemetery in Reefton, West Coast, New Zealand. Perhaps Thomas moved from Australia to NZ.

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I hope this is the Thomas you're looking for.

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