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Offline arman73

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Re: Unusual name De Mamiel?
« Reply #9 on: Friday 29 January 10 15:02 GMT (UK) »
Hi Roby

That would be great. Do you have any photo's of Catherine Robeson at all. I am happy to share any info I have that you may like about Thomas Gordon etc.

Amanda
de Mamiel
Haener/ Hoener
Wallace
Swift/ Swifte
Quirk
Mansfield
Broun/ Brown/ Brun/ Le Brun
Colstoun
Simpson
McBride/ McBryde
Allen
Smith
Morecombe
Moloney/ Maloney
McDonald
Clohesey
Murphy
Greensmith
Townsend
Garrod
Luxford

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Re: Unusual name De Mamiel?
« Reply #10 on: Saturday 06 February 10 10:25 GMT (UK) »
Hi all,
I have a heap of info on the De Mamiel family mentioned ie. descendants of Captain Henry Hoener De Mamiel b. 1803 Austria d. 1866 Co. Meath Ireland. Particularly those descendants who came out to Australia. I have a contact who has done over 10 years research on the family, so if anyone is looking for info etc please get in touch with me (*)
Cheers
Kim

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STOREY
GULLIFER
DE MAMIEL
CONNERY/CONARY
KNEALE
CRISP
CALLIN
HOPPER
WARD
GOODWIN
MEIGHAN
BOURKE
WORTH
MAHER
ROCHE
CARTON
JONES
MURRAY
ADAMS
ROSE
WHELAN

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Re: Unusual name De Mamiel?
« Reply #11 on: Saturday 13 February 10 04:24 GMT (UK) »
Hi Kim,

How weird it is finding this thread! I am another Demamiel!

I remember around 10 years ago being given a whole bundle of information including family trees, copies of photographs, coat of arms (of the Swifte's from memory) and a bunch of other papers. This was given to another family member and has since disappeared.

Would it be possible to get a copy of your information?



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Re: Unusual name De Mamiel?
« Reply #12 on: Saturday 13 February 10 05:54 GMT (UK) »
Hiya

I too have a bunch of info, once you have done 3 posts we can PM each other and get address's etc. Am happy to send the discs of info that I have. Kim and I have discovered we have info from the same source :-)

Amada
de Mamiel
Haener/ Hoener
Wallace
Swift/ Swifte
Quirk
Mansfield
Broun/ Brown/ Brun/ Le Brun
Colstoun
Simpson
McBride/ McBryde
Allen
Smith
Morecombe
Moloney/ Maloney
McDonald
Clohesey
Murphy
Greensmith
Townsend
Garrod
Luxford

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Re: Unusual name De Mamiel?
« Reply #13 on: Saturday 13 February 10 06:26 GMT (UK) »
Hi,
I can give you details of the person who has done all the work. He's the expert, so it's best of you get in contact with him. Once I work out this PM setup I'll send you  my address etc,
Cheers
Kim
STOREY
GULLIFER
DE MAMIEL
CONNERY/CONARY
KNEALE
CRISP
CALLIN
HOPPER
WARD
GOODWIN
MEIGHAN
BOURKE
WORTH
MAHER
ROCHE
CARTON
JONES
MURRAY
ADAMS
ROSE
WHELAN

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Re: Unusual name De Mamiel?
« Reply #14 on: Saturday 13 February 10 11:36 GMT (UK) »
Hi Ladies,

It is quiet probable that the information I had was from the same person (I believe he was from Wagga). It was given to me through another family member but is now gone - finding this thread was a godsend!

Thanks

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Re: Unusual name De Mamiel?
« Reply #15 on: Saturday 13 February 10 11:37 GMT (UK) »
yes that is probably best actually. He has spent a lot of hours and probably $$$ as well in collecting  all the info. Best to let him pass on what he wishes  :)

How are you linked to the de Mamiels pattern-skies?
de Mamiel
Haener/ Hoener
Wallace
Swift/ Swifte
Quirk
Mansfield
Broun/ Brown/ Brun/ Le Brun
Colstoun
Simpson
McBride/ McBryde
Allen
Smith
Morecombe
Moloney/ Maloney
McDonald
Clohesey
Murphy
Greensmith
Townsend
Garrod
Luxford

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Re: Unusual name De Mamiel?
« Reply #16 on: Saturday 13 February 10 11:40 GMT (UK) »
I forgot to add, I believe there is a De Mamiel Street in Darlington Point. I think there are a few De Mamiels out that way.

As I said, my surname is Demamiel and I am linked through Demamiel's in Leeton

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Re: Unusual name De Mamiel?
« Reply #17 on: Saturday 13 February 10 23:06 GMT (UK) »
I am glad that my simple query re: my gg aunt Catherine Robeson has resulted in all of you being able to contact one another. Another Rootschat success :D

Another note: I grew up and live near where the De Mamiels lived in Barnawartha Vic, if I can be of any help.

cheers
Roby
Davis/Davies Wales
Moyle Cornwall
Edington Berwickshire
Fisher Kirkcudbrightshire
McLeod Skye
Louden, Greenhill,  Fife
Robeson Lancashire
Sharman  Northamptonshire
Simpson Westmorland
Symmons, Vincent Middlesex
Wealands Sunderland, Durham