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|Missing Ancestors February 2016|
Griffin (b1829 Sywell Nth Eng, son of John & Mary Ann (GRIFFIN) DARKER)
m1 1854 St Pancras Camden Mdx Eng KINGSTON Caroline (183769)
William Alfred (b1855 Paddington Mdx Eng, d1920 Qld Aus) m Catherine Mary Williams JOHNSON
Walter Thomas (185872)
Adelaide Emma (186163)
Adelaide Caroline (b1863 Eng, d1918 Qld Aus) m James TERRY
Emma Louise (b1866 Eng, d1943 Qld Aus) m Frederick LOWE
m2 1874 STEVENS (n
(b1804 Sywell Nth Eng) m1829 Wilby Nth Eng GRIFFIN Mary Ann (b1805 Caistor
William Rueben (alias Robert WILLIAMS) (b1893 Narrandera NSW Aus, d1959
The Rock, WWI & WWII veteran) m1921 McBEAN Elizabeth J
Thomas (1826-99) m1850 Melbourne Vic Aus MASTERSON Mary (183086).
Thomas was butcher in Sandhurst 1860s
Elizabeth (b1861 Sandhurst)
Catherine (b1857 Long Gully Vic)
Birth details of issue sought
Robert (b1816 Sct, d 1881 Surry Hills NSW), stonemason, m1841 Dalry Ayr
Sct CRAIG Margaret Dunlop (18171896) migrated to NSW 1855
William (18451923) m Agnes MacKENZIE
Janet (18511933) m Hector KIDD
John (18521883), blacksmith, m Mary Ann JONES
David (18561913), blacksmith, m Rebecca WILDAY
James Wilson (18581859)
Descendants and Information sought
John James m1882 Sandhurst Vic Aus FINN Anne Ermina Anastasia (bc1864, dau
of John & Mary (GORMAN) FINN)
Family emig to RSA c1900
Birth and/or baptism details sought
(b1820 Wakefield Wry Eng) lived Chewton, Sandhurst Vic Aus 1860+
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