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Offline grahamd15

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John Cecil Waldron
« on: Wednesday 22 November 17 00:35 GMT (UK) »
Hi everyone I'm at a dead end with my research on my ancestor: John Cecil Waldron. I'm going to list some information here and hope anyone can help!

He was born around 1867-1871, his death certificate states he was born "at sea", other records state that he was born in Germany.

It is possible that he changed his surname to Waldron from Stein/Steino.

He spent 41 years in Victoria and unknown periods in NSW and WA.

He married Emily Watson in Beaconsfield, WA in 1897.

He had seven children:
           - Violet
           - Frank
           - Alice
           - Wilfred
           - Winifred
           - Hazel
           - Allen

His parents names were Francis and Ellen as per his death certificate.

Any information and help about him and his family would be greatly appreciated!

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Re: John Cecil Waldron
« Reply #1 on: Wednesday 22 November 17 00:42 GMT (UK) »
There is already a thread on this chap's family - may save some searching

http://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php?topic=774070.0
DYER - Wilts, London, Somerset, MIDLANE - Hants, Wilts, SONE - Hants, WRIGHT - London, Hants, SEAGER - Deptford, DWYER, FERGUSON - Victoria, MASON - Woodford Vic, BALLARD - South Wales, GOULDBY - Lowestoft
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