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Re: THRUPP birth Tasmania 1845ish
« Reply #9 on: Friday 05 November 10 06:50 GMT (UK) »
Hi,

The date of birth for Edmund Harry Thrupp is actually 9/05/1825 Registration place GreenPonds RDG 32 Reg number 3740/1830.

If you would like photos of the Thrupp graves at St Marks Church Cemetery Pontville I just live up the road from there and can take them for you.

 Johngirl

Had to rephrase that sorry. :-[
JOHN- Pembrokeshire Wales.  FREEMAN -England?
MEDLICOT -Monmouthshire Wales.
ISAAC -Gloucestershire and Liverpool.[Toxteth Park] SNOW- England .Convict. FRAZER- England.Convict.
DEAL -Ireland .Convict.
KEMP -Saint Mary Cray Kent.Eynsford Wilmington England.Convict.
BLACKBERRY -Whitechapel .Convict. CONDON -alias
DUFFY-Brighton England. Convict.
BANTICK -Ixworth Sussex England. Convict.
JONES England????[George]Convict.
ROSE-England. Convict.
All came to Tas

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Re: THRUPP birth Tasmania 1845ish
« Reply #10 on: Friday 05 November 10 07:14 GMT (UK) »
http://trove.nla.gov.au/

entereing ALFRED THRUPP into the search box here will bring up  a lot of interesting information, some of it as early as 1820.

A notice regarding the death of ALFRED's wife SARAH ANN "after a long and painful illnes..." appeared in the Mercury 25/7/1860.

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Re: THRUPP birth Tasmania 1845ish
« Reply #11 on: Friday 05 November 10 07:35 GMT (UK) »
All I can say is wow!!!!!!!!!!!

thats a neat site the trove one
http://trove.nla.gov.au/

I just feel so lost researching AUS!! shameful
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Re: THRUPP birth Tasmania 1845ish
« Reply #12 on: Friday 05 November 10 11:53 GMT (UK) »
Hi Althea,

Just so that you don't go chasing shadows, the family tree details that Janinez found are not correct.

"Thomas Edmund's parents noted as:

Edmund ......  and married Elizabeth ??   no date shown for marriage

Kids =
Thomas Edmund Thrupp (above
Arthur Thrupp b. 7 Sep 1851 Saint Martin, Worcester, England.
Rosa Ann Thrupp b. 8 Jan 1860 Claines, Worcester, England."


There was an Edmund THRUPP who was a confectioner and baker in Claines, Worcestershire.  His wife was Elizabeth and they had a tribe of children in Worcestershire including the Arthur and Rosa mentioned above.  They had nothing to do with Tasmania, and were not the parents of your Thomas.

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Re: THRUPP birth Tasmania 1845ish
« Reply #13 on: Friday 05 November 10 17:55 GMT (UK) »
Thanks Debra
I think its given us some clues but as you say appears 2 trees combined
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Re: THRUPP birth Tasmania 1845ish
« Reply #14 on: Friday 29 December 17 04:36 GMT (UK) »
Hi, Althea. I can help a bit here because the person you are looking at is my g-g-grandfather Thomas Edmund Thrupp, and I did quite a bit of research on him before reaching a brick wall re his birth registration. Registration of births was not compulsory in Tasmania until about 1850 and it is likely that Thomas Edmund's birth was never registered, as I looked as thoroughly as I could and there are plausible reasons why this step was omitted. By the way, the Thrupp birth in Claines, Worcester, is a different family, though I wondered too for a while before researching the matter further. We are certain that he was born in Tasmania and that all the information on his marriage and death certificates is correct, but at this stage there are still some issues of his parentage that we can't prove in spite of the oral evidence handed down by family members. I hope this clears up a few things for you in spite of the unanswered questions!