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    Mary O'Brien Limerick-Australia

    I am after any information on Mary. She was living in Sydney at the time her brother arrived in sydney. On his shipping records it asks if there was family living in the colony. Also it said that his father was dead and his mother was living in Limerick. Daniel owned land in Redfern, I can't...
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    Mary O'Brien Limerick-Australia

    Mary O'Brien born about 1833 Robertstown Limerick arrived in Sydney about 1857. Her brother Daniel arrived in Sydney 1859. Their parents Henry O'Brien and Margaret O'Connell
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    Cowley,Hinds,Hines Paisley Renfrew

    I am after information on Cowley and Hinds/Hines families from Paisley Refrew. This the information I have. Parents George Cowley and Sarah Hinds (Bessie Hines) supposed to be same person. No dates on them. Their son Fred was born about 1888 in Paisley and married 1909 to Sarah McQueen at...
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    Smith and Jessop

    Thanks Gibbo I have not got John Robert Smith Army info but I do have his death certificate. He was married to Ann Everton. I have been in contact with the other people you advised about and they are very happy to be in contact with me. Thank you once and much appreciated. Kind regards Tess:)
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    Holden blackburn 1819

    I have found Sarah Ann's death certificate. It gives Sarah's father as John Robert Holden mother's name unknown. Tess:D
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    Smith and Jessop

    Thanks Gibbo, I will try the info you suggested. :D Tess
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    Holden blackburn 1819

    Thanks Dave This is really difficult there so much stuffing around. My father told me years ago that his great grandfather name was John Robert Holden. Any who, can any tell me what information is on a english death certificate and would it be worth getting it. Tess:D
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    BMD records Victoria

    The Victorian BDM are only free (not online) they are on CD's or micro fiche Early 2000's they used to be free online. Just like everyone else online they charge you for it these days Tess:biggrin:
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    Holden blackburn 1819

    Hi I just checked the Lancashire BDM for a Robert Holden and his partner that might have had a daughter Sarah/Sarah Ann. Not one had a daughter Sarah/Sarah Ann. That was between 1850 and 1862 from blackburn and preston. Tess:D
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    Holden blackburn 1819

    Thanks for advice. Sarah's marriage certificate: 29th March 1880 at Christ Church Attercliffe. John Jessop Smith 24 Bachelor Blacksmith Attercliffe, Father Samuel his profession Labourer. Sarah Ann Holden 20 Spinster no profession Attercliffe, Father Robert Holden his profession Striker. Tess:)
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    Holden blackburn 1819

    Thanks Steve for your help with the info. I didnt think he could have been married before. I also have another curly bit to this weird puzzle. In the 1901 census on John Smith and Sarah Ann. It gives their family also her father was living with them at the time. But it gives his name as Robert...
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    Holden blackburn 1819

    Thanks for your info on John Holden in the 1861 census. If it possible could anyone check the 1850's or 1940's censuses for John and James. Please could any one help, it would be greatly appreciated Tess:biggrin:
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    Holden blackburn 1819

    Looking for info on John Holden born 1819 Blackburn Lancashire. John married Emma Lennox 1856 Preston Lancashire. Two children Sarah Ann 1860, Shepherd 1866. Sarah Ann married John Jessop Smith 1880 Attercliffe Sheffield
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    Smith and Jessop

    Samuel Smith married Elizabeth Jessop 1848 Sheffield Yorkshire. Their children: Elizabeth b.1849, Jane b.1851, Mary Ann b.1854, John Jessop b.1857, David Wallace b.1859, Samuel b.1861, William b.1866. All born in Attercliffe Sheffield. Mary Ann Smith married Joseph Coldwell 1873 Sheffield. They...
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    Genealogy addiction

    Hi Everyone, Thank you for a warm wonderful welcome to your site. I am adding my family history research on the right sites. Thanks once again Tess:biggrin:
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