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    That is wonderful! Thanks for taking the time to...

    That is wonderful! Thanks for taking the time to let us know.
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    Just further to Christina's entry, there are...

    Just further to Christina's entry, there are funeral notice's in the online newspaper archive on TROVE. They give lots of relationships - his sister Nora, and several entries which the people call...
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    I found a website called Fabrics International....

    I found a website called Fabrics International. There, under Breeches, it says breeches replaced hose in the late 17th century as the male garment of choice for the lower body, traditionally made...
  4. The man in the tree linked to the ship photo was...

    The man in the tree linked to the ship photo was born 1892 Westbury, Wiltshire. A 1916 marriage in Durham to Phoebe Burton is quoted, naming his father as William Sims, labourer. It appears that he...
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    Have you checked the Commonwealth War Graves...

    Have you checked the Commonwealth War Graves Commission's web site? Civilians killed during bombings are also listed. Some entries have comments about family relationships.
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    This National Archives advice might help --...

    This National Archives advice might help -- covers your time frame.
    https://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/records/looking-for-person/apprentice.htm
    Apparently they collected a tax on indentures at...
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    New Zealand death index online - note surname...

    New Zealand death index online - note surname spelling
    1863/2508 Dartnell Charles 20Y
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    Dennis was held at the prison hulk in England...

    Dennis was held at the prison hulk in England (the prisons being full) until transported to Australia on the Woodbridge. Ship names were reused and the bit you quoted from wiki would mean that the...
  9. Looks like 2 months to me, no question. (I...

    Looks like 2 months to me, no question. (I checked the image on A, just to check the headings). Not your lass. I wouldn't place much faith in a difference between Sarah and Sarah Ann though.
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    Hi Sue, (just responding to your PM here, too) ...

    Hi Sue,
    (just responding to your PM here, too)

    South Australian BDMs and some other stuff are searchable online at this website. (free)...
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    This is Emily's death reg, and she has almost all...

    This is Emily's death reg, and she has almost all her children with Robert Lavender registered in the Camden area. Having the same surname makes it impossible to tell she had married. You need to...
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    So then, it explains why your James and George...

    So then, it explains why your James and George were not in that particular ancestry tree. And that Henry is not yours either. I'm glad you found out it was wrong.

    Who is Emily? If you mean...
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    Hello Gail, This might help. A family tree...

    Hello Gail,
    This might help.

    A family tree on ancestry shows the Henry you mention (1847-1940) as the son of George LAVENDER and Sarah REED. They married in Westfield , Sussex, England 9 Sep...
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    In this time frame, any birth certificate of...

    In this time frame, any birth certificate of their children born in Victoria will tell you the birth places of both Thomas and Edith, their ages, as well as when and where they married.

    See the...
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    Do you have his ticket of leave information? His...

    Do you have his ticket of leave information?
    His Ticket of Leave is originally dated 3 Feb 1843 but is marked up the side ... 'Altered to Yass 29th Feby 1844 having left the service of Mr Milsom.'...
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    I was looking at online resources available to me...

    I was looking at online resources available to me and I see an application from John to bring his wife (Sarah nee Pearl) and six children out to Australia. It says, for Residence of Wife and to whom...
  17. https://www.northernsuburbscrem.com.au/driver.asp...

    https://www.northernsuburbscrem.com.au/driver.asp

    It might be worth checking the Northern Suburbs Crematorium - there is a contact page - to see if George's ashes are there. They might be still in...
  18. Hello Teresa I just got notice of your PM today...

    Hello Teresa
    I just got notice of your PM today - I haven't been online much lately. Lovely to hear from you, and I hope you hear from your other cousins too. You are my husband's 4th cousin once...
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    I think that you will find that the children...

    I think that you will find that the children registered before 1919 are the children of Robert Quilliam, they were registered as such.

    1919 is also the same year that a child was registered as a...
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    Hi Nannas, Hugh did thank you as well, ...

    Hi Nannas,
    Hugh did thank you as well,
    Thanks Nannas and I did give him the exact dates for his couples marriage and the birth of Thomas.

    Hello Hugh


    Hi Christine, thanks for that, I...
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    John Bishop and Mary Anne Weatherell married 28...

    John Bishop and Mary Anne Weatherell married 28 May 1850, but it was not registered until 1854 by the reference number. Thomas was baptised 2 March 1851, it also does not appear to have been...
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    It isn't unusual for informants to get the...

    It isn't unusual for informants to get the parentage wrong, I've even known people to put their own parents and not those of the deceased. One fellow of mine didn't even give his mother's name when...
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    In the Presbyterian Rookwood cemetery, Sydney,...

    In the Presbyterian Rookwood cemetery, Sydney, NSW is a Charles Russell Graham of the right age, interred 17 Dec 1902, his parents in the NSW BDM index as Charles and Maggie. Death registered...
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    also Anna Maria BORROWS (George and Bridget...

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    Anna Maria BORROWS (George and Bridget FARRAL) Hobart
    should mention mum is O'FARRALL on Jane and Margaret registrations
    George, Emma birth registered at Clarence
    Jane, Margaret and Henry...
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    I also could find no sign at all of this family...

    I also could find no sign at all of this family in the Western Australian BDM indexes.
    Where did you get the information about Isaac's death and bithplace?
    Could you please tell us the...
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