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Walter Ernest GRAY

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GRAY
Walter Ernest
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<Unknown Family Name>, Emma
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<Unknown Family Name>, GRAY William
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<Unknown Family Name>
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GRAY
Walter Ernest
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<Unknown Family Name>, Emma
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<Unknown Family Name>, GRAY William
WARRAGUL
<Unknown Family Name>
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1956
17561/1956
Parents would fit a possible arrival

Vic. Assisted & Unassisted.
Walter E Gray
Age: 9
Arrival Date: 23 May 1889
Arrival Port: Adelaide, King George Sound, Melbourne and Sydney
Departure Port: London
Ship: Orizaba
Nationality: English
[William, labourer 40, Emma 40, possibly Zachariah 15, can't read 11, possibly Geo Wm 10, possibly Jesse 7 and Mary P 5]

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Thanks Geoff.

What percentage of these 'can't find in my tree' am I allowed ? :)

A problem when not all are in the name index to the database.

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What percentage of these 'can't find in my tree' am I allowed ? :)

A problem when not all are in the name index to the database.
I rarely make notes without putting a name and a pointer such as age, PoB and a possible family member.. in the Index of my db, that way I have 2x pieces of info to cross-check. Just reading from notes can be a nightmare, but with a name and some some sparse details it MAY help. I say may because I still have about a dozen to sort out yet :eek:

You may not be in a position to use that method as you would require a number of spare records..

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Thanks Geoff.

Things have been tough the last 18 months with selling and moving. Delays getting to State Library and things won't settle down.
I'm due in hospital 5 March for hip replacement surgery.

I think the percentage of missing ones is low enough to keep me out of wally corner.

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Hope all goes well with the surgery, at least afterwards the pain and mobility will improve.

Yeah, providing the missing ones don't impact too much, as on a direct line. I had one like that until last year, but I've found him now.

No wally corner for now :D

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Thanks Geoff.

I go tomorrow for the pre-clinic. I just filled in the form with number of steps to front door = 16 and height of bed, height of lounge chair, etc... have to keep knees below hips.

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I had the right one done 9 years ago by same surgeon. I know what the rehab is like. I also know rehab for knee replacement is far worse. Hope my knees won't need surgery.

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