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Re: Nankervis Family
« Reply #18 on: Monday 19 January 09 04:53 GMT (UK) »
Mary (formerly Wearne nee Nankervis)

on  the Ships  lists  you  will se  an arrival on  the William money

http://www.theshipslist.com/ships/australia/williammoney1849.htm

Jenn
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TOWNSEND,PINNEGAR, STRANGE, PULLEN, GRIFFIN from Wiltshire,,
SHOEBRIDGE, VINALL, BRINDLE, Kent
BAYLEY, Dorset,Yorkshire,
HAIR, Durham,
CUMMINS, BROWNLESS from Yorkshire,
EDSALL,  Cornwall,
MORGAN, HENNESSY, BAKER,  Ireland.
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« Reply #19 on: Monday 19 January 09 04:59 GMT (UK) »
Jenn she is married to a NICHOLLS and has children

Nicholls     William Henry     28     -     -           
              Mary (fmly Wearne nee Nankervis) 30               
               William Henry    3                   
              Ann    inf

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« Reply #20 on: Monday 19 January 09 05:01 GMT (UK) »
Yes I  did realise  that point, indeed,  I  thought  the  coincidence of the names was interesting.  Wearne and Nankervis that is .

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TOWNSEND,PINNEGAR, STRANGE, PULLEN, GRIFFIN from Wiltshire,,
SHOEBRIDGE, VINALL, BRINDLE, Kent
BAYLEY, Dorset,Yorkshire,
HAIR, Durham,
CUMMINS, BROWNLESS from Yorkshire,
EDSALL,  Cornwall,
MORGAN, HENNESSY, BAKER,  Ireland.
VAN REYK Sri Lanka
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Re: Nankervis Family
« Reply #21 on: Monday 19 January 09 05:12 GMT (UK) »
Here we go Cando, I have not had a chance to have a long look at it. Although age at marriage still says 25. He is saying 46 Years in Victoria and one in SA??? Big query on that. That is coming from family he may have kept this a secret. I will leave it to you to peruse. Let me know what you think

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« Reply #22 on: Monday 19 January 09 05:22 GMT (UK) »
Marriage Certificate Attached

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Re: Nankervis Family
« Reply #23 on: Monday 19 January 09 05:26 GMT (UK) »
Well two things here....the registrar has noted the name WARREN should not appear in column 6...so John is the son of John NANKERVIS and Jane NANKERVIS and he lived for a time in South Australia and was born in 1846 and fathered all those children ::) ::)  Incidentally this proves how incorrect all those other family trees are.....   The value of a certificate ;)

I wonder who registered the two children in South Australia and if by any chance his signature appeared on either of the registrations.   More food for thought.

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« Reply #24 on: Monday 19 January 09 05:36 GMT (UK) »
Hi Cando

I did note that Warren thing. Is there any way of us finding out more in SA do you think? I knew all those other records were wrong. I am wondering if the Daylesford Clan even realise this. I have put a cat amongst the pigeons. What I have found when doing the other side of my Family Tree is, sometimes people are happy to accept it if it looks right, but a lot of times it is not. I had such trouble  with my Megee side for almost the same reasons. 2nd marriages. I would not give up and solved it in the end. Mind you I have paperwork all over the place, and have not put it together, and a few things are going out of my mind, so I am going to have to soon sit down and organise things. I may start researching into this Farrell thing with Sophia.

Cheerio

Sandra

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« Reply #25 on: Monday 19 January 09 05:43 GMT (UK) »
Hi All,
Not sure if you would like to put these burials into your tree if you do not already have them

My GGrandfather John Warren Nankervis was born to a John Nankervis and a Nanny Warren (Conflicting dates in here) either 1840 or 1846. This has caused no end of trouble. Sandra

At Coburg Cemetery.  All together
Nankervis, Nannie 15/12/1916
Nankervis , John aged 77 2/7/1907
Nankervis, Annie aged 35. 2/7/1894

Also together
Nankervis , Elizabeth Ann, aged 86 5/7/1949
Nankervis, William G. H. 13/1/1940
Nankervis, William A.J.  aged 25. 1919 .

You can browse these and other details at
http://www.fcmp.com.au
Sue
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« Reply #26 on: Monday 19 January 09 05:49 GMT (UK) »
Hi Sue

WIlliam George Henry and Elizabeth were my G Grandfather and GGrandmother. I shall have to peruse the other one that may be of some help. Age works in well.

Thank you

Sandra