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Offline alh74

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Re: NEDEN in Manchester in 1871
« Reply #9 on: Wednesday 12 August 15 14:56 BST (UK) »
Hi Robin,

I think I have that information already about the Glass family, this is the heading:

Thomas Glass was a free Settler from a party of 49 from Somersetshire, Wellington whose passage was paid by the Parish. (? Presbyterian)  Richard Southey's party on the Kennersley Castle from Bristol.                                                       
They sailed 10.01.1820 and arrived 29.04.1820.   Party settled on a tributary of the Bush? River above Clumbar just above Trappes Valley.  Voyage to the Cape described in "Phillips, 1820 Settler" ed. A Keppel Jones PMB, Shuter & Shooter 1960.    

It starts from 1700 and has info right through to the 1970's.

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