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Offline Debra

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Re: Re Australian lookups offer
« Reply #9 on: Monday 26 July 04 02:50 BST (UK) »
I was wondering if anyone out there could find arrival records for John Murphy aged 13 in 1835 when he arrived in Australia.  He may or may not have come with his parents.   Father:John Murphy Mother:Elizabeth Murphy nee O'Hara.  Apparently they came to Australia from Dublin, Ireland.

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STURJEFS/STRUGESS, WEBB, HARLE, TIROOM, TAYLOR - Berkshire
NEWMAN, PINNELL, ROTHERY, BARKER, TAYLOR, CARTER, PALMER - Wiltshire
HALL, CUNNINGHAM, LOWTHER, BROUGH - Cumberland
CROSS, LINDOO - Kings Lynn, Norfolk
BROOK, HILTON, HILL, WRIGHT -  Worcestershire
PALFRAMAN, BOOTH, HOLMES - Yorkshire
HOUSTON, CASTLES, FOX, McGEE, WILSON, GRAHAM - Armagh, Ireland.
DEVINE, TESS - Down Ireland
MURPHY, O'HARA -  Dublin Ireland
COWAN, SMITH, GILMORE, DICK, WALKER, RITCHIE - Ayr. Scotland

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Re: Re Australian lookups offer
« Reply #10 on: Monday 26 July 04 16:03 BST (UK) »
Hallo Finding Ancestors

Thanks for your offer. I'd be grateful if you could give me any information regarding Thomas Taylor Cutbush, arrived in Australia from England around 1867, and last heard of in Port Melbourne, Victoria in 1885. His profession in England was mercantile clerk.I think he was born in 1844.

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Charles

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Re: Re Australian lookups offer
« Reply #11 on: Monday 26 July 04 16:06 BST (UK) »
The name Cutbush rings a bell...try searching the Western Australian Goldfields ie Kalgoorlie & Boulder.both towns were active in Gold rush days circa 1897 +

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Re: Re Australian lookups offer
« Reply #12 on: Saturday 31 July 04 08:13 BST (UK) »
trying to locate passenger list for the lord hungerford arrived sydney 1855 my grgrgr grandfather is not listed on the nsw bdm and was wondering if he was born on the ship as birth year is 1855 parents names are Eli & Sarah Endicott 3 other kids Edwin 10 Eli 9 Elizabeth 4 any help appreciated
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Re: Re Australian lookups offer
« Reply #13 on: Thursday 05 August 04 16:01 BST (UK) »
Hello,
very new to this Geanology thing. Is there any way of finding a lost relative who emigrated from the UK to Sydney aound the mid 1950's ? Have very little information and would like to find an address to write to in the hope of finding them again. Appreciate any help that anyone can give me. Ken Foot
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« Reply #14 on: Sunday 08 August 04 15:58 BST (UK) »
I have not forgotten you Charles
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Re: Re Australian lookups offer
« Reply #15 on: Thursday 23 September 04 12:43 BST (UK) »
Hello, I am trying to get intouch with my Great aunts descendents.Her name was Broome She and her Husband went out to Austrailia too her son Noel Broome who had emigrated earlier.This was in the 1950's.
She and her husband would be dead by now. But Noel 
and his family could be there for me to find.He could have been born in the 1920's.His mothers maiden name was Abbey and was born in Leicester but the family originally came from Yorkshire.Sylviao   
O'shea/Smith/Daveridge/Spencer/Abbey/O'leary/Clarke/Bicker/Best/Bradshaw/Austin/Sanders/Collins/
Gilliver/Holyland/Deeming/Moore/Pilkington/Dodd/
Oddy/Thackeray/Tansley/Starkey.
Area's.Devon/Somerset/Northampton/Surrey/
Hampshire/Leicestshire/Rutland/Yorkshire/
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« Reply #16 on: Thursday 23 September 04 13:10 BST (UK) »
Hi Sylviao
Australia is a very big place..but we shall try and find them !Do you know which State Noel emigrated to? ie New South Wales,South Australia,Western Australia,Tasmania or Queensland.Do you know which ship he arrived on or any other details,however small.What job he had,childrens names etc.
Hope I may be able to assist.
His name was/is Noel Broome..correct ! Any other details ie War Service etc