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Cherilyn

Cherilyn Report 30 Dec 2014 03:36

Hi Chrissy

Looks like they arrived in Sydney in 1912.

Here is his WWI record:
KENDALL Abel : Service Number - 1976 : Place of Birth - Burmingham England : Place of Enlistment - Liverpool NSW : Next of Kin - (Wife) KENDALL Ellen

States he was a bricklayer, aged 31 in 1915 and had served in Shropshire Light Infantry. He had several tattoos! See http://www.naa.gov.au/collection/search/

It looks like he also served in WWII and lied about his age:
KENDALL ABEL : Service Number - N75849 : Date of birth - 22 Jul 1893 : Place of birth - BERMINGHAM ENGLAND : Place of enlistment - PADDINGTON NSW : Next of Kin - KENDALL ELLEN

I guess this is his son's WWII enlistment?
KENDALL ABEL : Service Number - NX19678 : Date of birth - 06 Jun 1902 : Place of birth - BIRMINGHAM ENGLAND : Place of enlistment - PADDINGTON NSW : Next of Kin - KENDALL THELMA

Abel snr died in 1957 and Abel jnr died in 1977. Ellen died in 1961 - assuming her parents were George & Phoebe? See http://www.woronoracemetery.org.au/finding-loved-ones

Chrissykk65

Chrissykk65 Report 29 Dec 2014 22:44

Hi there

My ancestors moved to NSW (Arncliffe) from England in 1915 there names were
Ellen Kendall (wife)
Abel Kendall (Husband)
Violet, Ivy, Abel (children
I would love to find out any information regarding this family.
I do know Abel served in WW1 in Austailaian Army. :-)

Cherilyn

Cherilyn Report 29 Dec 2014 07:01

Oh and you could also try posting in the adoption register here: http://www.reunion.com.au/

Cherilyn

Cherilyn Report 29 Dec 2014 06:58

Hi Sandy/Anji

Sorry I am not much use at tracing living people. Have you tried the Salvation Army tracing service?

Your mum's death notice is at Ryerson Index, not sure if it will tell you much more tho
WATSON Ada Eliza
Death notice
17DEC1978 Death
Sydney Morning Herald 19DEC1978

Sorry I can't help
Cherilyn

P.S. Happy new year!

Sandy1944

Sandy1944 Report 28 Dec 2014 20:44

Hi, I tried to find two half-sisters of mine unsuccessfully a few years ago. It's a long shot but maybe you could turn up something for me. They are:- Gladys (on birth cert but known as Johanna) Muller born between 1950 and 1960 father Johann Muller (Austrian) and Ruth Watson, same year range, father was Tom (probably Thomas) Watson (Scottish). Both girls were born in the UK to Ada Eliza Martin/Mason/Muller and finally Watson, she died in Sydney NSW circa 1978. I traced them to Sydney, NSW circa 1976 and our mum died in 1978. We kept in touch for a while but then sadly life moved on and I've moved several times, and they're probably married with families now. I have a daughter and grand-daughter and it would be lovely if we could be reunited with them. My name was originally Sandra Victoria Martin, dob 28.8.1944 and for a time I was known as Mason, my first stepdad! then eventually I was adopted (1957) and became Anji Waring. If you could dig up something for me it would be wonderful. Many thanks.

Sandy (or Anji) :-)

Cherilyn

Cherilyn Report 27 Dec 2014 03:13

No worries, Donal. Good luck with your search.

Merry Christmas and a bright happy 2015! :-D

Donal

Donal Report 21 Dec 2014 07:36

Thanks Cherilyn,, The 1851 death could be that of our Dennis, I will have to dig a bit deeper,

Once again a BIG THANKS.

Have a nice Christmas

Donal

Cherilyn

Cherilyn Report 14 Dec 2014 03:52

Having said that there is a marriage in NSW in 1818 for Dennis B KIRWIN to Jessics TURNBULL...

Death of Dennis KIRWIN in 1851 aged 56...does not fit :-(

Cherilyn

Cherilyn Report 14 Dec 2014 03:39

Hi Donal

There was a Dennis Benjamin Kirwan Per "Hayeston", 1816

And a Dennis Kirwan per "Marquis of Hastings" 1825 but seems a bit late for your lad

was his sentence definitely carrired out?

Donal

Donal Report 13 Dec 2014 10:10

Good morning Cherlin,
A young relation of my family was transported from Wicklow Goal, Ireland in 1800. His name was Dennis Kirwan aged 14 son of Bridget Kirwan. Can you help ??

Cherilyn

Cherilyn Report 12 Dec 2014 02:58

nudge

Cherilyn

Cherilyn Report 5 Dec 2014 09:45

nudge

Cherilyn

Cherilyn Report 28 Nov 2014 12:54

nudge

Cherilyn

Cherilyn Report 21 Nov 2014 14:28

nudge

Cherilyn

Cherilyn Report 14 Nov 2014 07:58

thanks Kay :)

Kay????

Kay???? Report 13 Nov 2014 11:15

nudge.

Cherilyn

Cherilyn Report 9 Nov 2014 02:04

nudge

Gins

Gins Report 20 Oct 2014 18:05

Thanks

I added more info earlier :-)

Cherilyn

Cherilyn Report 19 Oct 2014 02:04

Looks like I am too late!!! :-D Can't find anything new.

Nice work!

Gins

Gins Report 17 Oct 2014 18:01

Cheri

Would you be kind enough to take a look please


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