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Australia / Re: COMPLETED: Place of birth on a Victorian birth record
« on: Sunday 14 January 18 12:21 GMT (UK)  »
Thank you so much Cando.

You found a much better map than I did.

Oh and that new article. How devastating for the family.

thank you again so much.

Luv Ted




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Australia / Re: Place of birth on a Victorian birth record
« on: Sunday 14 January 18 10:55 GMT (UK)  »
Thank you everyone again for your help.

I have now scrolled through the Gazettes and found a map where Penshurst was proclaimed as a township. The map includes an area called Yalimba.    So apart from why they went there for 2 years, I can now picture where they lived.

Once again the gang at Rootschat are amazing and can solve what I think are the most unsolveable questions.

I am declaring this one SOLVED.

Woo Hoo. Thanks again Roots Chat Friends.

Luv, Ted.

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Australia / Re: Place of birth on a Victorian birth record
« on: Sunday 14 January 18 10:29 GMT (UK)  »
Thanks Cando.

I've bought the certificate.

The place of birth shows Yalinba, Shire of Mount Rouse. I can find it listed in Gazettes but not on a map.

The other entrys on the page are in Penshurst and Boram Boram.

The father's job is listed as Labourer.

So thanks for your help everyone.

Cheers, Ted

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Australia / Re: Place of birth on a Victorian birth record
« on: Sunday 14 January 18 09:35 GMT (UK)  »
Thanks Cup of Life. Everyone here is always so helpful.

That solves that question.

Now just to figure out what the family were doing there (apart from having children that is).

Cheers, Ted

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Australia / Re: Place of birth on a Victorian birth record
« on: Sunday 14 January 18 09:03 GMT (UK)  »
Hi Cando and Sparratt,

The person concerned is Jean Frances CASEY born 1888. Parents: William CASEY and Ellen HEALEY.

Thanks for looking, cheers Ted

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Australia / Re: Place of birth on a Victorian birth record
« on: Sunday 14 January 18 02:44 GMT (UK)  »
Thank you so much for the link Floozy.

There are a few trees on the net with it assumed to be Penshurst, but looking at where the rest of the family were born it didn't make much sense.

First 2 were born in Christchurch NZ, then next one born in Montrose Victoria, then there is my girl born "Prnhust", then then 6 born in Ballarat.

Oh well, I will keep thinking.

Cheers, Ted

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Australia / COMPLETED: Place of birth on a Victorian birth record
« on: Sunday 14 January 18 01:57 GMT (UK)  »
I have a birth record that has the place listed as PRNHURST.

Can anyone help with where this place is.

I don't want to buy the full birth certificate as I know all about this lady except where she was born.

Thanks for reading, thanks in advance for helping,

Cheers Ted

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Australia / Re: This is a treasure hunt - "Help me find Jane?"
« on: Tuesday 17 October 17 11:39 BST (UK)  »
I am so sorry I haven't answered every ones posts.

Yes Liz anything you have can be added to this post.

thank you for getting in touch

Cheers, Ted

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I am so confused  ???

HAYES AND HAYNES

WALKERDEN, WALKERDON, WALKENDON and WALKER

at least McGowan is right or is it - Ive found it spelt McGowen too.

3 weddings recorded, but more wives  ???

Not sure how many children?

Thank you everyone for helping with my confusion. I think I might be asking decendents for DNA on this one.


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