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Cherilyn

Cherilyn Report 24 May 2015 05:03

Hi Beryl, thanks for your message. This is a tricky one, if his marriage and death certs don't have any info then it doesn't give you much hope.

Does his marriage or death give a birthplace?

Also given his age when he married Mary (assuming you mean born 1831) is there any indication on the marriage cert that it was his 2nd marriage? ie widower.

Guessing you have all his children's details.

Beryl

Beryl Report 23 May 2015 05:23

Hi Cherilyn, I am a new comer to your search, but I am also searching for any records on William McGuinness d 1831 Marries Mary Hancock 1870 at Victoria creek & dies in Canbelego 1906 I have his Marriage certificate & death certificate which states his father was listed as "McGuinness"& his mother was"not known". He had 10 living children & 1 deceased child. I can only presume he was left an orphan, unless someone can come up with any information. I would appreciate anything.
Thanks
Beryl

Cherilyn

Cherilyn Report 22 May 2015 00:55

nudge

Cherilyn

Cherilyn Report 14 May 2015 00:51

nudge

Cherilyn

Cherilyn Report 10 May 2015 04:11

My pleasure, sorry I couldn't help this time!

ACooper

ACooper Report 8 May 2015 13:59

Thank you Cherilyn

Jennifer

Jennifer Report 7 May 2015 04:35

Cherilyn, It looks like that on the marriage certificate but I wonder!!!! Maybe it is the UK. Maybe the person who wrote it thought it was Australia !!!

Thanks for looking. :-)

Cherilyn

Cherilyn Report 7 May 2015 02:01

Hi Ann

Sorry I don't have access to the electoral rolls. You could try the Ask a Librarian service at the WA State Library?

Good luck! :-)

Cherilyn

Cherilyn Report 7 May 2015 01:59

Hi Jenny

I'm afraid there is no sign of Henry's birth in NSW c1855.
The omly Henry A LEE born in that period was to Wm & Sarah in 1854.
And no trace of a Hy & Elizabeth LEE nee ROSE either.
Is it definitely Newcastle, NSW???

Sorry :-(

ACooper

ACooper Report 5 May 2015 12:36

Knew it wouldn't be long before I needed help Augustus Charles Tomlinson b:1882 Bolton Lancashire UK d: 1937 Claremont Western Australia his wife Agnes Tomlinson(nee Cooper) b: c1884 Kingstone, Canada d: 1963 Claremont and there daughter Gertrude Taylor b 1912 Bolton lancashire uk (2nd marriage 1945 to James Taylor) (1st marriage 1935 to Albert Frank Trim) d: 1963 Claremont all 3 are buried in same grave.
Looking for Electoral Rolls as follows:-
Augustus Charles Tomlinson 1912 - 1937 Claremont, Western Australia
Augustus Charles Tomlinson 1912 - 1916 Wyndham, Western Australia
he would have been with his wife Agnes and daughter Gertrude until 1935

Agnes Tomlinson 1937 -1963 Claremont, Western Australia

Gertrude Trim 1935 - 1942 Claremont, Western Australia
with her husband Albert Frank Trim
Gertrude Trim 1942 - 1949 Victoria
with her husband Albert Frank Trim
Gertrude Taylor 1949 - 1963
living with husband James Taylor possibly Claremont, Western Australia

looking for address, occupations etc
and how would I find out if Augustus, Agnes and Gertrude became Australian Citizens. many thanks

Jennifer

Jennifer Report 4 May 2015 05:41

Hi Cherilyn,
It's me still on the hunt for LEE's.
Having got my Great Grandfathers marriage certificate I am looking to go further back??
GGrandfather was Henry Arthur Lee who married Annie Bohee on 1st June 1882. It shows him as being born in Newcastle NSW. He obviously came to NZ and lived in Masterton where he got married. I am looking for his father who was also called Henry Arthur LEE and his wife Elizabeth nee ROSE. I think that is the right name from the cert. I am wondering if they came from the UK to Australia and then maybe to NZ or if just my GGrandfather came to NZ.
Just wondering if you can shed any light on this or tell me where to look.
Many thanks
Jenny :-)

Cherilyn

Cherilyn Report 29 Apr 2015 08:43

nudge

Cherilyn

Cherilyn Report 21 Apr 2015 09:32

nudge

Cherilyn

Cherilyn Report 17 Apr 2015 05:00

nudge

ElizabethK

ElizabethK Report 12 Apr 2015 10:53

Hi Cherilyn

That helps a lot-thenk you :-)

Cherilyn

Cherilyn Report 12 Apr 2015 05:50

Hi ElizabethK

From http://colsec.records.nsw.gov.au/indexes/colsec/default.htm and http://www.records.nsw.gov.au/state-archives/indexes-online/indexes-online

STRICKLAND, Jasper. Per "Admiral Gambier", 1811
1817 Nov 24
Servant to William Faithfull of Richmond. Petition for mitigation of sentence (Fiche 3181; 4/1853 p.327)
1824 Aug 7, Sep 4
Affidavit re loss of his ticket of leave, entrusted to Thomas Mason of Richmond, by fire (Reel 6027; 4/1716.1 pp.131-3)

Convict index
STRICKLAND Jasper
Admiral Gambier
1811
24/384
Ticket of Leave [4/4060; Reel 890]
District: Richmond; Born: Hants C'ch 1773; Trade: Labourer; Tried: Southamp 1810

Convict death
STRICKLAND Jasper
-
Admiral Gambier
12/04/1830
[4/4549; Reel 690 Page 190]
Age: 57; District/Parish: Windsor. Ticket of Leave 384/1318


No marriage found. His death on NSW BDM states he was 61, not 57 as above

See http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/Pages/family-history/family-history.aspx

No Solomon STRICKLAND with him or listed as a convict to NSW or VDL.

Hope this helps :-)

ElizabethK

ElizabethK Report 11 Apr 2015 11:16

Hi Cherilyn

Jasper Strickland was deported from Southampton to NSW on the Admiral Gambier in 1811-possibly with his brother Soloman the images are so feint !

He was born about 1700ish am wondering if there would be any more information about him and what happened to him ?

His wife re married in 1817

Cherilyn

Cherilyn Report 10 Apr 2015 01:51

My pleasure, Liz! Happy to help. The newspaper notice was the clincher. And I can fully understand how the two sons got mixed up! :-D

GenieAngel

GenieAngel Report 9 Apr 2015 08:32

Hi Cherilyn,

Thank you so very very much for all the pertinent info you have found for me above I am soooo grateful. You are amazing !!! I had gone down the wrong track with the other Henry and son. Its wonderful you found my Henry.

Thanks a million

Liz :-D

Reece

Reece Report 9 Apr 2015 07:49

Thank you very much for all your efforts, Cherilyn.