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  1. DaveHam9

    Samuel & Prudence CHOWN

    Marriages Dec Qtr 1843 Wimborne 8 265 CHOWNE Samuel & BURTON Prudence Deaths Mar Qtr 1859 CHOWN Samuel [53] Wimborne 5a 205 Burial 1 Jan 1859 Samuel Chown 55 Sixpenny Handley, Dorset Name: Samuel Chown Probate Date: 15 Dec 1859 Death Date: 29 Dec 1858 Death Place: Dorset, England...
  2. DaveHam9

    Harriet CHOWN

    1913 NSW Electoral Roll - YASS - FROGMORE POLLING-PLACE CHOWN Eveline Florence, Kenyu Estate, domestic duties CHOWN Phillip, Kenyu Estate, labourer Is Harriet also there? Thanks, Dave
  3. DaveHam9

    Eveline Florence CHOWN

    1949 NSW Electoral Roll - Calare - Grenfell CHOWN Eveline Florence, Grafton street, home duties CHOWN Joyce Lorna, Grafton street, home duties CHOWN Kenneth, Grafton street, labourer Death Eveline ? Thanks, Dave
  4. DaveHam9

    1913 Electoral Roll - CHOWN & CONDON

    Yass CHOWN Eveline Florence CHOWN Philip Kiama/Wollongong CONDON Margaret CONDON Patrick Thanks, Dave
  5. DaveHam9

    2 LANE sisters in Camden

    'Emigrant' arrived 8 Jun 1849 CHOWN Alfred 22 Carter & Labourer Shaftsbury Wiltshire Samuel & Sophia Father lives at Woodgate ? Dorsetshire CofE Neither None Good None Lucy 29 Farm Servant Hanley ? Dorsetshire Allan & Martha Lane living at Hanley CofE Read Two sisters married -...
  6. DaveHam9

    CHOWN family

    Alfred Chown Event Type: Census Event Date: 1841 Gender: Male Age: 14 Birthplace: Wiltshire Schedule Type: Household Registration District: Tisbury Union Sub-District: Donhead Parish: Berwick St John County: Wiltshire I'd like a look up please for the family in 1841. Thanks, Dave
  7. DaveHam9

    Philip and Eveline CHOWN

    NSW Marriage 3513/1900 CHOWN PHILIP - PETTY EVELINE F - BURROWA Looking for deaths of Philip and Eveline. Thanks, Dave
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