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Trying to find Windle
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|Anne||Report||7 Nov 2004 02:45|
Does anyone have any information on Rose Windle (Windle was her maiden name, I do not know her married name.) ? She was born in 1886 in Southwark, London and by 1901 was a tea packer living at 2 White Cross Street with her uncles John and William McShee and her sister Annie. Her parents were Charles Windle and Sarah-Anne McShee. I believe she emigrated to Broken Hill, Australia with her husband. I would be grateful if anyone could send me any details on her and her life once she got to Oz. Thank you !!! Best Rgds Annie Elansary