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Australia Lookups completed / Re: James John --Martha Medlicot
« on: Friday 02 February 07 05:32 GMT (UK)  »
james john died in sydney australia . he died in 1897 but iam not sure what date. My aunt who has the date is very sick at the moment so i don`t like to annoy her but i will see what i can do. I have already put a post on the wales section. One on pembrokeshire and one on monmouthshire . Do you have access to the 1841 census for these areas. Just trying to find james john`s father who was william sorry but I don`t know much more only that he lived in pembrokeshire. Thanks for your help.

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Australia Lookups completed / James John --Martha Medlicot {COMPLETED}
« on: Thursday 01 February 07 03:39 GMT (UK)  »
My gg grandfather James John and gg.grandmother Martha John[nee[ Medlicot emigrated to Hobart Town on the 10th november 1854 and arrived on te 19th febuary 1855.They lived in the parish of Aberystruth in Monmouthshire according to the 1851 census. Iam trying to find James John father who according to the family search site his name was William . I don`t know his mothers name but Iam trying to find out if James John had any other siblings. He was born in Monmouth as far as I know but it also might be Pembrokeshire in 1828 or 1829?He married Martha Medlicot in Ebbwvale on the 28th Febuary in 1849. Please can anybody help me.I have Martha`s family I just need James`s now.

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Pembrokeshire Lookup Requests / Re: william john
« on: Thursday 01 February 07 02:16 GMT (UK)  »
will do that. I know they left from Liverpool on the 10th november 1854 and arrived Hobart Town 19th Febuary 1855. They were on the barque Chatham I got that information of a website regarding australian shipping. They had three children with them at the time. Margaret William and James. Margaret being 5 years of age and william being 3 years of age and James being 1 year of age.  I will see how i go.  J ames Johns occupation was stated as a miner Martha Medlicot his wifes occupation was a Farm hand.  Thanks again. ;D

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Pembrokeshire Lookup Requests / Re: william john
« on: Tuesday 30 January 07 23:13 GMT (UK)  »
my aunt gave me the names and birthdates and where they were born but i think she has a few mistakes in it as she had james john born in july 1831 but he would have been born in 1829 according to the 1851 census. i know that this is the family because james and martha had a daughter margaret, they also had two more children james and william before they emigrated to hobart town in 1954. my aunt also had a record of there marriage being on the 28th feb 1849 I am not sure if she has the certificate or not. What I really wanted to find out is about is james john s father william and if james had any other siblings could you lease look in the 1841 census if you have access to it. Thankyou for your help it is a great help .Now I know a bit more of the family tree. Boy can it be frustrating. My aunt only has the basics on some of them so Iam delving a bit deeper.

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Pembrokeshire Lookup Requests / william john
« on: Monday 29 January 07 23:37 GMT (UK)  »
would someone please look up william john not sure of wifes name but he had a son james john born 1829 ?his son would be about 12 or 10 in the 1841 census . james john was born in pembrokeshire i know this much. thankyou

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Pembrokeshire / john family
« on: Monday 29 January 07 23:21 GMT (UK)  »
my gg grandfather was born in pembrokeshire in 1829? he married martha medlicot in ebbwvale on the28th febuary in1849 his father was william according to the family search site ..he emigrated to hobart town in 1854 and arrived in 1855. don`t know his mothers name but he lived in aberystruth parish in the 1851 census. can anyone look up the 1841 pembrokeshire census to find wiiliam john having a son james john being about 12 possibly 10 years of age. thanks. ;

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