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looking for relations of ewingtons in tasmania

Query by shackjan

Looking for the aboriginal link to an ellen symmons/simmons ewington.she was daughter of ann simmons and john ewington.ellen and one of her sisters,mary were the only 2 that were very dark ,but we don't know if she was adopted or taken ,as there has never been abirth certificate found for either of them,but there is for the other children.any help would be appreciated,cheers Jan

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on 2009-08-28 00:09:48

shackjan , from Tasmania ,Australia, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Aug 2009. is researching the following names: SIMMONS, EWINGTON, and 1 other(s).

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by Louises on 2016-09-17 04:55:03

I think I have a relative John Joseph Ewington that married an Ann Simmonds

by csmart14 on 2016-09-19 20:56:03

Hi i was wondering if Mary ann ewington married name was of aboriginal. mary ann is my great great grandmother her daughter linda may deverall was my great grandmother.

by Rex53 on 2021-11-04 23:56:57

Hi Time has past since your first query and you may have the answers. Mary Ann is registered under the misspelled name of Newington 18/12/1861. My query relates to Ellen. Is she Ann Ewington born 18/10/1864? There appear to be no more records of Ann but Ellen is noted by other family trees being born on the same day. If this Ann is Ellen, then I suggest that her mother my Grandmother x2, Ann Simmons was born of Woretemoeteyenner and George Briggs and raised by his friend John Simmons and Catherine Tobin. I have not found a birth record for Ann Simmons. It is stated that Woretemoeteyenner's three daughters were given to European families. It is considered that Ann Simmons was born before John and Catherine were married. The Keeps may have the missing links to Ann Simmons origins.

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