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LOOKING FOR RENNIE // ANGUS From Aberdeenshire Scotland

Would any one researching Rennie. I am looking for Mary RENNIE from Aberdeenshire who married William ANGUS from Aberdeenshire, they were married on the 19 June 1862 in Aberdeenshire.

I am also looking for Snaith, Braithwaite,families.

any information will be appreciated.
Bob Braithwaite Brisbane Aust.

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I am researching all the DAHLENBORG _ DAHLENBURG family descendent's & ancestors that now live here in Australia.

I have many gaps & would like to update with older & new generations.

Anna Charlotta Sophia DAHLENBURG born: 17 March 1812 in Kuhlenfred, Macklenburg, Germany - died 21 Jan 1882 in New Macklenburg, South Australia. Joachim Heinrich KAHL born: 6 Oct 1805 Macklenburg Silesibia, Germany - died: 28 April 1896 in New Macklenburg, South Australia.

Anna Charlotta was the 2nd child & 1st daughter of Hinrich Christoph & Maria Elizabeth DALHENBORG (nee Wohler).

If any one can help, I thank them for any information & time.

Bob Braithwaite Brisbane.

BRAITHWAITE from Yorkshire England

I am looking for any BRAITHWAITE families from the Yorkshire area.
Harry BRAITHWAITE (grandfather) he was born 20 March 1893, in Barnsley Yorkshire England, he married Ethel SNAITH in 15 September 1915, they divorced in 13 June 1919. Harry Braithwaite, worked in the Wharncliffe Woodmoor Colliery Co Ltd at Barnsley Yorkshire, he joined the army (WW1) at the age of 19 years, he was in the YORK& LANCASTER REGIMENT, He went to France during the fighting.

Harry Braithwaite had two children with Ethel Nee SNAITH, 1, Frank & 2. Doris, after his divorce, Ethel & her two children came to Australia in 1926, with her family (the SNAITH families) & settled in Griffith NSW.

We have no idea what ever happened to him after his divorce.

Did he ever remarry? do we have any extended families?

Any help would very much appreciated.