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'Black Saturday' 7 Feb 09 survivors in Victoria, Australia needing help with genealogy/family tree/history

Dear Readers,

If you need help with your family tree, especially considering you may have lost precious information in the ferocious fires that happened recently, please submit journals here and we will try to assist.

Can you remember your great grandparents names?

God bless,
Editor.

'Hydaspes' Passenger List: Gravesend England to Lyttleton New Zealand in 1868

New Zealand Yesteryears - Passenger Lists

HYDASPES 1655 ton ship Built in 18-- by for Note: Diary for 1869 voyage is on this site


Gravesend (25 Jul 1868) to Lyttelton (28 Oct 1868)
Under Captain Babot

SALOON
Thomson Rev Mr F.
Thomson Mrs
Pember Rev Mr F.
Pember Mrs
Pember Family (2)
McSweeney Miss
Collins Mr
Jones Mr Lewis
Darley Mr S.
Thomson Mr R.
Portal Mr C.
Wileman Mr
Cartwright Mr
Nathan Mr W.
Nathan Mr A.
Rose Mr A.
Deans Mr Stewart
Fulton Mr
Whitty Mr
Wood Mr C.
Cornwall Mrs
Cornwall Family (3)
Peer Mr
Peer Mrs
Lewis Captain
Jameson Dr
Jameson Miss

SECOND CABIN & STEERAGE
Willis Mr
Willis Mrs
Temple Mr
Turner Mr
Shirst Mr A.
Smith Mr A.H.
Allen Mr F.H.
Frodsham Mr A.
Tuckey Arthur
Tuckey Claude
Tuckey George
Tuckey Henry
Kaul Mr T.
Broder Mr M.
Scoon Mr W.
McMaster Mr J.
Silmore Mr R.
Hamilton Mr J.
Caffin Mr W.
Kenna Mr E.
Guthrie Mr J.
Bryan Mr J.
Salmon Mr H.
Murphy Mr M.
Cawfield Mr M.
Hebden Mr H.
Hobbs Mr H.
Hancock Mr R.
Sherman Mr W.
Woodhand Mr G.F.
Hewson Mr G.
Slede Mr J.
Butcher Mr F.
Potter Mr J.
Carleton Mr J.
Carleton Mr James
Whitehead Mr C.
Craig Mr F.
Seeker Mr F.
Seeker Mr A.
McMaster Eliza
McMaster Sarah
McMaster Mary
McKenna Mary
Calder Mr J.
Calder Mrs
Calder Margaret
Hebden Fanny
Butcher Susan

Note: Passengers were landed by the s.s. GAZELLE

Source: The Star, 3 Oct 1868
The Star, 29 Oct 1868


Gravesend (3 Jul 1869) to Lyttelton (30 Sep 1869)
Under Captain Babot

CABIN
Lewis Mr David
Lewis Mrs
Lewis Mr Charles
Barton Mr
Barton Mrs
Watkins Rev G.
Taylor Rev R.
Taylor Mrs
Fox Dr
Fox Mrs
Tancred Mr
Staveley Mr
Fox Mr
Riddiford Mr
Bridger Mr
Irving Mr
Lasenby Mr
Jackson Mr
Behrens Mr B.
Behrens Mr P.
Grose Mr W.

STEERAGE
BAKER MARY ANN 20 GENERAL SERVANT
BALLS MARTHA 31 COOK
BARKLEY ELIZABETH 20 COOK
BEVERIDGE JOHN 28 FARMER
BEVERIDGE ISABELLA 24
BILLINGS HARRIET 16 GENERAL SERVANT
BOYD THOMAS 20 PLOUGHMAN
BRADLEY MARTHA 22 GENERAL SERVANT
BRIEN ISABELLA 18 --
BRINKINANN EDWARD 35 FARM LABOURER
BRINKINANN SOPHIA 34
BRINKINANN REGINA 6
BRINKINANN JOSEPHINE 4
BRINKINANN NORMA 1
BROOKS JOSEPH 22 PLOUGHMAN
BURKE ELLEN 24 GENERAL SERVANT
BURTON WILLIAM 21 FARM LABOURER
CALDWELL CATHE 22 GENERAL SERVANT
CALDWELL MARGARET 20 GENERAL SERVANT
CAMPBELL GRACE 24 HOUSEMAID
CAMPBELL MARGARET 18 NURSE
CHILDS HARRY 18 PLOUGHMAN
CLARKSON WILLIAM B. 16 FARM LABOURER
COCHRANE THOMAS 18 SHEPHERD
COKER ALFRED 21 GARDENER
CONNORS JAMES 23 PLOUGHMAN
CORBETT WINIFRED 27 GENERAL SERVANT
CUTHBERT PHILADELPHIA 29 COOK
DAVIDSON MARGARET 22 DOMESTIC SERVANT
DAVIS ANNIE L. 26 GENERAL SERVANT
DONNELLY MARY 18 GENERAL SERVANT
DOWN ELIZABETH ANNE 27 COOK
DRAFFIN JANE 26 DOMESTIC SERVANT
DUGGAN ELLEN 20 GENERAL SERVANT
DUGGAN MARIA 18 GENERAL SERVANT
DUNBAR ALEXANDER 53 FARMER
DUNBAR AGNES 47
DUNBAR JANE 19 DOMESTIC SERVANT
DUNBAR ALEXANDER 17 FARM LABOURER
DUNBAR WILLIAM 15 FARM LABOURER
DUNBAR MARGARET 13 --
DUNBAR JAMES 11
DUNBAR MARY 9
DUNBAR THOMAS 7
DUNBAR ELLEN 5
DUNBAR DAVID 2
FOTHERINGHAM JOHN 21 FARM LABOURER
FOULSTON THOMAS 22 FARM LABOURER
FOULSTON GEORGE 18 FARM LABOURER
FRANCIS HONOR 28 GENERAL SERVANT
GALLAGHER JAMES 30 PLOUGHMAN
GALLAGHER PATRICK 24 PLOUGHMAN
GALLAGHER CATHE 22 GENERAL SERVANT
GIBBS THOMAS 23 FARM LABOURER
GILMOUR CHRISTINA 18 FARM LABOURER
GILMOUR MARGARET 16 FARM LABOURER
GILMOUR ROBERT 12 --
GLUSTIN WILHELMINE 19 GENERAL SERVANT
GOOLD SUSANNA 27 GENERAL SERVANT
GORDON MARY E. 26 GENERAL SERVANT
GRICE JOHN 23 SHEPHERD
GRIFFITHS GERALDINE 22 GENERAL SERVANT
HACKETT ANN 25 GENERAL SERVANT
HANNANT JOSHUA 25 PLOUGHMAN
HANNANT ISABELLA 23
HANNANT JAMES D. 1
HELLIWELL HANNAH 45 --
HELLIWELL FANNY 13
HELLIWELL MARY H. 9
HEPBURN ROBERT 21 PLOUGHMAN
HOBBS THOMAS 22 GARDENER
HOBBS JOHN 20 GARDENER
HODDER EMMA 23 MACHINIST
HUSBAND ANN 38 LAUNDRESS
HUSBAND MARY J. 18 NURSE
HUSBAND MARGARET 16
HUSBAND PETER 11
HUSBAND ELIZABETH 9
HUSBAND ELLEN 6
HUSBAND EUPHEMIA 4
HUSBAND GEORGE 2
JOHNSTON JAMES 20 PLOUGHMAN
KELLY MARY 22 GENERAL SERVANT
KILPIN JOSEPH 41 FARM LABOURER
KILPIN FRANCES 36
KILPIN THOMAS 9
KILPIN EMMA 6
KILPIN ANDREW J. 1
KILVINGTON MARY 29 GENERAL SERVANT
LAMB MARY ANN 23 GENERAL SERVANT
LEWIS WILLIAM 41 LABOURER
LEWIS ELIZABETH 40
LEWIS ELIZA 14 --
MacKENZIE MARGARET 21 GENERAL SERVANT
MACLEAN JOHN 29 SHEPHERD
MASON PHOEBE 44 MATRON /TO SHIP
MASON MAUD S. 18 NURSE
MASON JESSIE 16 DOMESTIC SERVANT
MASON ANNIE 14 --
MASON JOHN 9
McCAUSLAND WILLIAM 20 PLOUGHMAN
McSURGAN MARY 20 GENERAL SERVANT
MILLER MARGARET 30 GENERAL SERVANT
MILLER JOSEPH 24 --
MOORE ELIZABETH 25 GENERAL SERVANT
MORE HONORA 19 DAIRYMAID
MULLIN BRIDGET 45 --
MULLIN BRIDGET 21 DOMESTIC SERVANT
MULLIN MARY ANN 20 DOMESTIC SERVANT
MULLIN HENRY 18 FARM LABOURER
MULLIN MICHAEL 17 FARM LABOURER
MULROYAN MARY 24 GENERAL SERVANT
MUNDIE WILLIAM 31 FARM LABOURER
O'DONNELL JOHN 30 PLOUGHMAN
O'DONNELL FANNY 20
O'DONNELL JAMES INF
O'DONNELL JOHN 1Y
OLIVER HUGH 33 GROCER
OTTAWAY HENRY W. 17 LABOURER
PINE/PIRIE ROBERT 22 FARM LABOURER
QUANE MARGARET 15 GENERAL SERVANT
RAINBOW JOSEPH 18 FARM LABOURER
ROBERTS JANE 24 GENERAL SERVANT
ROBERTS WILLIAM JAMES 21 FARM LABOURER
SIMMONS JAMES 26 FARM LABOURER
SIMMONS EMMA E. 21
SIMMONS ANNE E. 6M
SLATTERY JOHANNA 20 GENERAL SERVANT
STEPHENS ELIZA 17 GENERAL SERVANT
SWEENY MARY 6
THEAKSTON WILLIAM 52 COACHMAN & LABOURER
THEAKSTON EMMA 43
THEAKSTON WILLIAM 16 CLERK
THEAKSTON ELLEN 13 --
TOOMEY MARY 24 GENERAL SERVANT
WELLS EMMA 27 DOMESTIC SERVANT
WELLS MARGARET 25 COOK
WILSON ELIZABETH 21 GENERAL SERVANT
WRAY WALTER 19 FARM LABOURER


Source: LDS Film #0287468 (Excel file provided by Lindel)
The Star, 30 Sep 1869


London to Port Chalmers (20 Sep 1872)
Under Captain Babot

CABIN
Taylor Miss
Downey Miss
Money Mr
Money Mrs
Butler Mr
Butler Mrs
Horner Rev W.
Horner Mrs
Cotterill Dr
Winthrop Mr
Pearpoint Mr
Cotterill Mr E.
Cotterill Mr J.
Bing Mr
Chambers Mr D.
Robb Mr D. (purser)

STEERAGE
Unknown (194)

Source: The Otago Witness, 21 Sep 1872


Transcribed by Corey Woodward unless otherwise noted

153 year old Cross-Stitch Sampler made by my gg grandmother

Dear FamilyTreeCircle Members, Hi there.

Due to the wonders of modern technology today, I was sent an email of a mobile phone photograph, taken in Cornwall, of a cross-stitch sampler made by my grandfather's grandmother. Her name was Isabella Milne BUCHAN and when she was 15 years old in 1853, she created this sampler. Sampler depicted animals at The Great Exhibition at the Crystal Palace in 1851.

As I live in Australia, this is most remarkable that a descendant could have a family treasure like this and eventually get to share it with me in the year 2006. I feel so lucky today. Just thought I'd share it with you.

I also wonder if anyone else has similar samplers in their family trees?

Cheers,
Al.


2 comment(s), latest 5 years, 9 months ago

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1901 Census data CANTWELL family Co.Kilkenny, Ireland

1901 Census. Callan Kilkenny. Sub Dist Kilmanagh
> Cantwell James H. R.C. 40 R.W farmer born Kilkenny
> " Mary wife R.C. 33 R. W bn Kilkenny
> " Hanoria mother R.C. 90 read. widow. bn K.K
> and a servant.
>
> Patrick Bryan H. R.C. 40 R.W farmer bn. K.K
> Mary Bryan wife " 33 " bn K.K
> Richard " son " 12 scholar
> John " son " 10 scholar
> Mary " dau " 4
> Michael " son 14 days
> Ellen Manogue sister in Law 23 not married
> Bridget Dumphy aunt by marriage 76 R.W
> all born Kilkenny. H. head. R.C. Roman Catholic. R.W. read write
>
>
> Thomastown Innistiogue
> Ellin Cantwell H. R.C. R.W. 50 farmer not married born Kilkenny
> ----
> Ellin Cantwell H. R.C. R.W. 50 farmer wid bn Kilkenny
> Michal Cantwell son R.C. R.W 17 bn K.K
> 2 servants
>
> Piltown- Hagginstown Sth Kilkenny
> Patt Hudson. H. R.C. 59
> Mary Hudson wife R.C 70
> Eliza Cantwell sister in Law. R.C 45 Servant. not married bn K.K
>
> Thomastown
> John Murphy Farmer
> Family
> servants
> Mary Cantwell. Nurse. R.C. read and write Nurse domestic. not mar. K.K
> -
> Michael Cantwell H. R.C. R.W. 46 ag Lab. Kilkenny
> Catherine " wife " " 36
> John " " " 12 scholar
> Anne " dau " " 10 "
> Catherine " dau " " 8 "
> Bridget " dau " 5
> Johanne " dau " 6mnth all born Kilkenny

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Alison.

A Family Odyssey 2004 - MACLEOD, MACDONALD, DELONG, MACLEAN, MACLELLAN and many other names

Dear Members, below is a link to a family tree at GenCircles of some 40,000 names.

A Family Odyssey 2004

A family tree of interest of up to 200,000 names at RootsWeb - BRUCE, COOLEY, PUSCH and many other surnames

RootsWeb's World Connect Project - BRUCE, COOLEY & PUSCH

This family tree is pretty ... what's the word ... incredible! Have a look at the entry for this person FORNJOTUR FORNJOTTSON KING IN KVENLAND born about 160 in Finland. Phew.

1 comment(s), latest 5 years, 11 months ago

A few skeletons in my tree

I started researching my family tree when I was just a kid after my grandpa died in the 80s. I began by asking my grandparents who their brothers and sisters were, their parents' names and from whence they came. Then they started giving me their old photos.

Using what information I was starting to obtain as a child, the family tree was written out on pieces of A3 paper stuck together with lots of stickytape. Unfortunately I had a lot of blank spots where names should have been, luckily that is not the case now.

I consider myself quite fortunate indeed to have a photograph of all my eight great grandparents and seven of my 16 great great grandparents. That in itself is quite an achievement. TIP: I notice that it is usually the eldest child in the big families and their descendants that have all the photographs!!!!!

It was only the beginning of 2006 that I computerised everything because I was starting to become slightly overwhelmed by all the information that I had. PAF or Personal Ancestral File is the best software I've come across so far, and free too, available from FamilySearch.

I've found the usual and not so usual in my tree:-

Gold Miners
Coal Miners
Soldiers in the First World War and Second World War
Farmers / Ag Labs
Convicts (illegally swearing oaths, Ireland; and stealing wheat, England)
Lacemakers
One known bigamist..oops (not my relation though...and he went to prison)
Winemakers
Yeomen/Bailiffs of Knights
Military men in the Kings Own 4th Regiment of Foot
Paid mercenary/soldiers for Napoleon
Australian LightHorse
Nannies
Servants
Sugar workers
Bootmakers
Butchers
Laundresses
Charwomen
Brewery Workers
Nuns/Priests
Newspaper men
Lithographic Printers
Electric Light Wire Men

and much more besides.

Alison.

19 comment(s), latest 5 years, 2 months ago