"Looks like ti probably wont be relevant I haven't managed to get mine any further back than one generation out of Germany in the 1830s and the only surnames are Pietsch, Walter and Hull (Hell or Hall). Thanks anyway"
thanks for the information. Given the proximity of only 3.4km between Gimberg and Hausdorp at it would appear the story of August and Johanna knowing each other before they came to Australia has some basis in truth.
Do you know either of…"
Thanks for the info. I don't think she can be the first one as she had already been married in Australia by those dates. The 2nd is a possibility although the age is out a bit but if she was illiterate or the person making the…"
"Thanks Wayne much appreciated.
What I do know of her is this:
born approx 1817 Tipperary Ireland
Parents: John Carew and Mary Horigan.
Married John Jauncey on 11 Apr 1842 at Goulburn.
Died at Angledale Bega on 26 Jul 1877.
"Thanks Wayne that excellent, I didn't have that information. Are you related to the Jaunceys or just have access to these documents? I have some other information on the Jaunceys including information from England and some newspaper and book…"
I am researching my various ancestors who came to Australia between the 1830s and 1850s. The names I am researching are:
Jarretts and Barnes of Brede Sussex (assisted settlers to Shoalhaven region some later moving to the Northern…"
Thanks for the info and suggestions. Yes Henry Henry does seem a rather mean thing to do to a child doesn't it ;-) I'll go check JewishGen again, I had looked on there a while back but not recently. Apparently the Manchester…"
"I am interested in hearing from anyone related to the Cork Thompsons or Connells. I have traced my ancestors back to Cork in the mid 1800s. The earliest marriage I have is Nicholas Thompson to Mary Connell. Most of their children were born in…"
I have traced my Seabrooks back to Stoke next Guildford in Surrey in the early 1800s.
A branch of the family went to Australia in the mid 1800s. Another branch remained in London and moved to live in Marylebone for a couple of generations…"
Funny thing is I met both my Jarretts at Lismore High one was always there I think the pther moved there in yr 8 or so,Will see what I can find out.
My history of the Knights is all packed away in storage at the moment but i know he was a Sir and his daughter my great great and so on was Lady something as soon as I can get all my things out of storage I will let you know.
Hi Debby I read your message at the Australia group.I am wondering if the Jarrets I know may be a part of your family? I can most likely find out He was an old school mate and I am in contact and I knew his dad so maybe can ask for you.
I also Have Knights in my tree but thats going way back in time before Australia maybe we have a connection there you never know.
Anyway I wish you good luck in your search.