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Is there a site or a gov dept where convicts, soldiers and others can apply to have their families join them in Tasmania, for example?? Thanks to all who read and reply with info to these pages. Jamesjohnson
LEWIS. FRANK. I can't find his death reg anywhere. Formerly of LEFROY EASTERN SIDE OF TAMAR RIVER,TASMANIA.Frank was a soldier of the great war. His wife was a war bride from LONDON. her name was LILY LUISA DAVIS. FRANKS Mother was JESSE LEWIS.( nee warren ) FRANKS Father was JACK LEWIS.FRANK IS BURIED AT LEFROY, TASMANIA. LILY LEWIS is buried at BEACONSFIELD, TASMANIA. The only record about JACK was on 1913 Electrol Roll and on franks Army consent form, 1916.
My Grand father FRANK LEWIS was from LEFROY Tasmania. His Father was JACK LEWIS,a coachman. His mother was JESSE LEWIS.
FRANK LEWIS WAS BORN IN 1896. hE DIED IN THE 50'S.. hIS WIFE WAS lily luisa lewis nee DAVIS.
I am eager to find anything about a lady named 'JANE SAUL' she married CORNELIUS McCARTHY. She was born about 1862. died June 3- 1915.
I,like many others on this site are researching relatives.
When one clicks on a name and finds no journal or any information AT ALL, one just wastes one's time. SO I encourage people to place a little of what info you have about your relative ( because there are sooo many of the same name)so others can know they have the right or wrong relative. THANX HEAPS. Respectfully james.
Hi I am looking for parts of my family who are descended from the JOHNSONS of LISLE RD on the back road to DERBY, Tasmania. In the 1913 Electoral Role, there were many JOHNSONS; Names like ANDREW,ALFRED, KENNETH, RAYMOND, ALICE, MARY ARTHUR.LISLE IS, OR WAS A MINING TOWN 32 MLS FROM LAUNCESTON TASMANIA. TURNERS MARSH, BANGOR, KAROOLA ARE OTHER TOWNS IN THIS AREA. McCARTHY'S also lived in this area and MINNIE McCarthy married into the JOHNSON mob, Namely ANDREW JOHNSON.
I only know about the children of ANDREW AND MINNIE JOHNSON. But what happened to all the others???
Hope to hear something soonest, thanks, regards JAMES JOHNSON. MARCH 2011.