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Northumberland / Re: Helen Frater born abt 1784
« on: Thursday 31 May 18 00:18 BST (UK)  »
Bear in mind that her given name might possibly have been Eleanor - I've seen Helen used as a 'pet' name for Eleanor before now.

There are several places in Northumberland called Newton. See list here which also indicates in which parishes they were located. http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/NBL/Gazetteer/NBL_N

Jen thank you for the link, its like a needle in a hay stack...
Helen (Hellen)  I knew of Nelly and Ellen but never gave Eleanor a thought.


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Northumberland / Re: Helen Frater born abt 1784
« on: Thursday 31 May 18 00:16 BST (UK)  »
Is she the Helen Stenhouse age 67 living Yetholm in 1851 with daughter Helen age 32 & son Archibald 25 both bn Roxburghshire  :-\

Yes I believe so...

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Northumberland / Helen Frater born abt 1784
« on: Wednesday 30 May 18 13:01 BST (UK)  »
On the 1841 (Scot) census says Helen born England
On the 1851 (Scot) census says Helen born Newton, Northumberland
Helen (Hellen) died 6 Nov 1851 aged 67 at Yetholm, Scotland.... so would of been born abt 1784
Married a Archibald Stenhouse  ??

Is there any way of finding out her birth? And possibly her marriage date? Perhaps parents?
I have had no luck with finding any of the above...

Thanking you all in Advance
Christine

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Kirkcudbrightshire / Re: Alexander Frater
« on: Friday 13 April 18 02:06 BST (UK)  »
11 years later still no further  ??? ??? He will appear one day I am sure....

(I have a feeling that John Frater will end up being a brother to Thomas Frater 1769-1839  Andrew Frater 1775-1845 and David Frater 1762 Parents being David Frater and Dorothy Allison that married in 1756 Ilderton, Northumberland, England.) Not  that feelings are any good for adding to family history. (Only been able to find 3 children for David and Dorothy I am sure there will be more)

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Northumberland / Frater/Harvey Marriage
« on: Wednesday 11 April 18 22:28 BST (UK)  »


Looking for the marriage of John Frater and Isobel Harvey/Harvie

Also looking for the birth of John Frater, its like a needle in a haystack. I think born abt 1770/1780 area he was certainly deceased by 1851 when his youngest son listed him as deceased on shipping papers, he was not on the 1841 census with Isabel in Yetholm, Scotland so I am guessing that he died between the birth of youngest son in 1828 and 1841.
Possible birth for John Frater.
(I have a feeling that John Frater will end up being a brother to Thomas Frater 1769-1839  Andrew Frater 1775-1845 and David Frater 1762 Parents being David Frater and Dorothy Allison that married in 1756 Ilderton, Northumberland, England.) Not  that feelings are any good for adding to family history. (Only been able to find 3 children for David and Dorothy I am sure there will be more)


I have the  following children for John and Isobel. (Thanks to Betty McKenzie a few years back)
John Frater 11 Oct 1812 Shotten, Northumberland, England
Jane Frater 17 Mar 1814 Shilbottle, Northumberland, England
Thomas Frater 6 May 1816 Shildean, Kirknewton, Northumberland, England
George Frater 3 Jul 1818 Shildean, Kirk-Newton, Northumberland, England
Isabel Frater 8 Jun 1821 Kilham, Kirk-Newton, Northumberland, England
James Frater 11 Aug 1824 Shildean, Kirk-Newton, Northumberland, England
Alice Frater 29 Jun 1826 Kilham, Kirk-Newton, Northumberland, England
Alexander Frater 15 Dec 1828 Crookham, Northumberland, England

Thanking you in advance for any new ideas :)
Chris

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Australia / Re: Rapley / Soper Family NSW
« on: Sunday 04 June 17 22:47 BST (UK)  »
Ty  Rosball have changed it now :)

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Australia / Re: Rapley / Soper Family NSW
« on: Sunday 04 June 17 09:37 BST (UK)  »
They  had a daughter and a son they would both be in their 50s now.
 

Will send you a PM

Christine

Edit , living ? Please use the PM system for personal information.

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Australia / Re: James Goodwillie 1878 - ?
« on: Thursday 13 April 17 08:22 BST (UK)  »
Yes Please  Sue :)  your an angel  :D

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Australia / Re: James Goodwillie 1878 - ?
« on: Wednesday 12 April 17 10:03 BST (UK)  »
The 2nd James  is the father of David .... James Goodwillie 1832-1904 Scotland

Chris

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