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Messages - craigbarwick01

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New Zealand / Re: William Marshall
« on: Monday 23 January 23 02:53 GMT (UK)  »
Thanks Lu, Cora's age is stated as 75 on cemetery records which is why I have equated her to the 1882 date. Her fathers obituary states there were 5 sons and 6 daughters, two had predeceased him,  unknown why both births were recorded as male.  There is another thought that William Marshall travelled to New Zealand with Leslie George Alfred Barwick, Leslie was the same age , born 30 July 1879, they would have grown up together at Cleveland. Leslie settled in NZ and married in 1803 to Mary Ryan, he became a bridge worker and later a cellarman, he died in Dunedin. Thanks for all the work on checking deaths of the William's

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New Zealand / Re: William Marshall
« on: Sunday 22 January 23 06:23 GMT (UK)  »
The first William died as an infant, yes there are two unnamed births 1879 and 1882; both recorded as male. The 1882 birth was actually a girl named Cora and by other records that provide that conclusion, the previous thread was 9 years ago and I was hoping a fresh look may have found some new information

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New Zealand / Re: William Marshall
« on: Sunday 22 January 23 05:53 GMT (UK)  »
There would have been an aunt and uncle living in Mabel Bush, Southland, they were William and Susan Ogilvie ( née Marshall )

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New Zealand / William Marshall
« on: Sunday 22 January 23 00:57 GMT (UK)  »
Hi, I was hoping for some help locating possible information on William Marshall who was born in Campbelltown Tasmania 23 March 1879, family stories tell that he moved to New Zealand. Unfortunately I haven’t much to go on, his parents were Sidney and Helen Marshall from Cleveland, Tasmania. Probably hoping for a miracle with this one, any help appreciated.
Cheers
Craig

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Australia / Re: seeking TURNER family, Tasmania
« on: Saturday 12 November 22 07:21 GMT (UK)  »
You do realise that Deep Bay is no where near Nile, or Lymington as it was known in the early 1800s,  they are not related in any way to the Challis family at Nile and I would appreciate you cease any other inference

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Australia / Re: seeking TURNER family, Tasmania
« on: Saturday 12 November 22 06:49 GMT (UK)  »
You still have the incorrect Challis

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Australia / Re: seeking TURNER family, Tasmania
« on: Saturday 12 November 22 05:44 GMT (UK)  »
If you’re talking about the Sarah Linton / Mace connection you’re incorrect

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Australia / Re: seeking TURNER family, Tasmania
« on: Saturday 12 November 22 05:11 GMT (UK)  »
Hi angel7025,
The Challis family linked to the Turner family at Nile are all descended from English born families .

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Perthshire / Re: Robertson family in Logierait
« on: Monday 08 June 20 01:31 BST (UK)  »
Thanks for the Info Forfarian, the map gives a good layout of the area and positions all of the places I have been finding
Cheers Craig

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