allycat on Family Tree Circles
Paternal Surnames: AMOR, BRENNAN, CANTWELL, DUCROIX, DUCROT, FARRELL, HAYES, HOY, HUGHES, MCCAVEL, MCCROHON, MILLS, NEWMAN
Maternal Surnames: ATTWOOD, BRADBURY, BRAGIER, BRYANT, BUCHAN, CRANZ, CULLUM, CURTZE, DANIEL, DEAWES, DEBUS, FLANZE, GILKES, GREAVES, GUTHEIL, HANSFORD, HASTENPFLUG, HOFFMEYER, INNS, JAHN, KING, KURTZ, LIEBERMANN, LOWERMANN, MCFARLANE, MEADS, MERRY, MILNE, MONTGOMERY, MOST, ROADS, RODWELL, RUEPING, SCHIA, SCHEEL, SEAR, SIEGNER, VOSS, WAGNER, WARREN, WALKER, WEBBER, WEBER, WEIDERMANN, WELLS, WHITEHALL, WIEGAND, WISMAN, WOODCOCK
Other Family Research: Anderson, Brenmuhl, Brookes, Brown, Bryett, Cheeseman, Collins, Coulter, Culleton, Denly, Eadie, Edgecombe, Fleming, Freeth, Glencross, Harding, Harris, Hughes, Jervis, Kane, Kennedy, Lee, Lyons, Morris, Nicholas, Oliver, Orsman, Pender, Petch, Rendall, Resnick, Russell, Schwede, Scown, Skinner, Smith, Tams, Todd, Varga, White, Wood
New Zealand (some Maori names): ALLEN, ANDERSON, APAAPA, BARBER, BELCHER, BETHUNE, BILLINGTON, BOARDLEY, BOULT, BROWN, BUMBARGER, CHAMBERS, CHAPMAN, CLARK, COCHRANE, COLLINS, COOK, CROXTON, DONOHUE, DOUBLE, DOUGLAS, DWANE, ERUTOE, EVANS, GRIBBLE, HAINES, HANCOCK, HASLETT, HERBERT, HILL, HOHAIA, HOMEWOOD, HOWELL, HOWERA, GREATBATCH, JOHNSTON, KARENA, KEREOPA, KING, KINGI, KITTO, KUKU, KUSHNIRINKO, LARSEN, LEEF, MACKERETH, MACMILLAN, MARENA, MARRINER, MASSEY, MATHESON, MINARAPA, MITCHELL, MOFFAT, MOIR, MOORHOUSE, PEAKE, PELLS, PERA, PETERS, PICKERING, PROSSER, RICE, ROGAN, ROLLESTON, ROWNTREE, SALE, SANDERSON, SCARF, SMITH, STANAWAY, TANAPO, TEHOKAANGA, TEROKENA, THOMSON, TIKA, TROTMAN, WEBSTER, WHAKAATA, WILLIAMS, WINSTONE.
Research in France....Ireland and Germany.
Australia, England, France, Germany, Ireland, New Zealand, Prussia, Scotland.
James Cantwell of Co.Kilkenny 1797-1857 'transported convict' to Australia;
James Parker of Norwich 1799-1883 'transported convict' to Australia;
The Roads Family of Buckinghamshire ->1480 do a 'google' search; Reinhard Rohleder of Somplar Hessen Prussia 1610-1669; The Woodcocks of Winfarthing 1700s; The Amors of Bromham Wiltshire 1600s and many more.
I have a particular interest in researching pioneer Irish families in New South Wales and Queensland, Australia.
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I consider myself the family historian of my branch. I love researching my genealogy and have done so much work on my 'tree' that many other people are starting to contact me, because eventually I am ending up with their ancestors names in my tree too!
I have learnt so much but as usual you find that the more you know, the less you know.
I also find that this hobby seems to satisfy my thirst for history and I find it funny now that when I studied that subject in my school days, I loved it then as well.