George William Lammas {GWL] (1859, Yarmouth, Norfolk, Eng -??): contact Tonkin ( 2017) :: FamilyTreeCircles.com Genealogy
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George William Lammas {GWL] (1859, Yarmouth, Norfolk, Eng -??): contact Tonkin ( 2017)

Journal by timoteo1957

Hi! I wish to contact the contact below-Tonkin- o posted info ab9out my forebear in the title line in 2017.Did GWL leave Sandhurst , Victoria in 19702 for Southland/Hokatika/Nelson NZ?? Why?? I wish to make email contact w them. Please help disseminating this > Cheers, Tim Murphy

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on 2017-06-28 23:27:48
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by timoteo1957 Profile | Research | Contact | Subscribe | Block this user
on 2021-08-12 02:17:34

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by tonkin on 2021-08-12 04:18:28

LAMMAS George married Margaret BARRATT 1877

Don't know what happened to George after his wife Margaret died.
Unable to locate a death or second marriage for him.

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by tonkin on 2021-08-12 04:40:02

The journal below will also assist you with some information.

Lammas, Martha - Looking for marriage of Martha Lammas to T Griffin

by janilye on 2021-08-19 21:57:22

Hi, Leonard and Phoebe Lammas Brock are my great x 3 grandparents as their eldest daughter Julia Ann [JAL] partnered John Henry Tinsley [JHT] around 1860 as they had 5 children between 1862 and 1869, one dying as an infant. JAL and JHT met in Sandhurst as JAL's father Leonard leased a greengrocery and house in Bridge st Sandhurst between 1860s and 1890s while JHT had a freehold ' electric galvaniser' business also in Bridge st diagonally opposite Leonard's. I'm well curious about George William Leonard and his court appearance: domestic violence early in their marriage. Yes, George & Elizabeth had 3 daughters, only 1 surviving into adulthood but I don't yet know if she lived all her life in Sandhurst or moved away. I've yet to have it confirmed but I'm looking into a possibility that George moved to Warragul in Gippsland and died there in 1934 - I'm currently going through Gippsland cemeteries to verify this. Please share information about how long Leonard and Phoebe lived in Sandhurst as the the whole family bar Emma who was born in 1859 in Sandhurst migrated in 1857 to Melbourne. I know they lived in Canvas Town in Emerald Hill for some time before making their way to Sandhurst. Any info you have on the family and also on Martha's three husband/partners and life as a businesswoman/ singer throughout the south island in New Zealand. BTW, how are both of you related to Leonard and PhoebeLammas Brock?? Cheers, Tim Murphy, Melbourne

by janilye on 2021-08-19 21:15:38
Hello Tim, I'm not related at all, nor is Tonkin. I commented on the above with a newspaper article I found.
Hopefully the information Tonkin, myself and other researchers find and post in this forum, is beneficial to people like yourself, looking for answers to their family history question.
The advantage of Family Tree Circles is that when you ask a question, it is posted for the whole world to see.
My advice to you is- you should make your own page put all the information you have on it, including what you have written above and post it. That way anybody who knows anything with write on your page.
'BTW there are no Lammas deaths registered in Victoria since 1898 when Leonard Lammas died age 86, searching the years 1885 -1940.

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