Author Topic: James Caine  (Read 26087 times)

Offline Ann Shirley

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Re: James Caine
« Reply #45 on: Sunday 25 February 18 21:20 GMT (UK) »
Hi Neville
I think I mentioned that my sister and I have sent our DNA to Ancestry. Its very interesting. The DNA links us as 2nd Great Grandaughters to Mary Ann Kewley. There are two other people in this circle with the same relationship to Mary Ann.
It has taken us many years to find my grandmothers birth name and this happened by chance just recently. We were then able to find the birth record for my grandmother [Ruby Kathleen Errington].
Information on George Errington is proving very difficult to find.
I have seen information which states Agnes Helena as being born in 1875 - my grandmother was born in 1902.
We have found records which show my grandmother was placed into foster care shortly after her birth - there are lots of connections with Broken Hill but we can't work out how. I have also seen the report where someone is looking for an Errington / Herrington in Broken Hill. I think this may have been my grandmother looking for information on her birth.
Yes - Rootschat is a bit difficult to navigate - again found the Caine information quite randomly.
I am in Adelaide - very happy to communicate by email - might make the exchange of information a little easier.
Ann

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Re: James Caine
« Reply #46 on: Monday 26 February 18 01:21 GMT (UK) »
Hi Ann,
I'm still putting together the material for you at the moment. It should be ready in a couple of days. In your posting on 20 Feb, you say that your grandmother was born on 25 May, 1921.  Then on your posting on 25 Feb, you say that your grandmother was born in 1902. Was it perhaps your mother who was born in 1921? Regarding Jack Dixon, he was born to Agnes in 1913 as far as we know, father not known.  He and his wife Jean had no children and they both died about 20 years ago.
Kind Regards,
Neville

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Re: James Caine
« Reply #47 on: Monday 26 February 18 10:06 GMT (UK) »
Please do not type your email and phone number directly into your RootsChat posts, this information is publicly viewable by anyone. The safe way to exchange details is by a PM, you do this by clicking on the little round button that appears below the profile name of the person you are wishing to contact, it is the one on the right hand side ;)

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