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At 11:50pm on January 9, 2011, Sheree Laursen said…

So far I have mainly been on online researcher. I got some help from Graham Jaunay in SA with the 'Freak' family mystery and made a Freak family contact through Ancestry.com. I've made a couple of visits to PROV in Melbourne, and visited many cemetary's - much to my kids disgust ;-), as most of my ancestors were Victorians. Planning a visit to Echuca early in Feb to do some research there on the Kelly family that started in Kyneton, Victoria, moved to Echuca and then to Cobar, NSW. Where are your research interests?

 

At 1:36am on January 9, 2011, Sheree Laursen said…
Re: Family mystery - my Gfather changed his name from 'Freak' to 'Templer'. Family legend had it that the 'Freaks' were from Germany and it was the stigma attached to being German that made him change the name (and plus growing up as a Freak would have had it's moments I'm sure!). However he would never talk about his family at all - when I looked in to it, it turns out his father was jailed for bigamy (was somewhat of a rogue) and the Freaks came from Dorset England! Been hooked on genealogy ever since.
At 2:57am on September 16, 2010, Frederick James Archer said…
My research has only just restarted after being offline for a while with internet problems. My area is England, Wales and Scotland also with Swiss/Italian and Dominican research as well. Haven't listed all names as yet, as there is quite a few based on the ancestors. Hoping to have some info up on a website when i can make sure everything is right. Are you up near Redcliffe area at all, some cousins up that way.
At 2:26am on August 30, 2010, Susan Volker said…
Hi Janelle

I take it we are related through the Jarrett family. How is your search going? Let me know if I can help in any way.
Sue
At 6:45am on June 26, 2010, Debby Mil said…
Hi Janelle,

It appears we do have a link Priscilla Jane Jarrett was the daughter of Edward Jarrett and Sarah Eales. Edward was my GGG grandfather's brother. I have that Priscilla married Thomas Benjamin in 1889. They had 7 children and I have that she died in 1943.

Does this match what you have?

Debby
At 12:43am on June 26, 2010, Co Ordinator said…
Just fort i'd leave a message too afta readin ya were's n why fors

I like have a passion for Country Music, BlueGrass , Banjo's,( as a lad b4 my teen I was taught how to play a 17 string Banjo Mandelin, that was hard) Mainly American but Aussie is gettin just as good. My lad is a heavy metal nut but would you believe he also loves country music what a combo a.
My interests are as above but have a love for speed on land and water and have a vehicle that helps me keep that alive( sensibly that is)

All the best Wayne
At 4:38am on June 4, 2010, Pete Lovett said…
Hi Janelle....just wanted to say hi and hope your research is going well....trying to get back into it but nasty things like work keep getting in the way! :-(
Cheers, Pete
At 4:31am on June 04, 2010, Pete Lovett gave Janelle Bramble a gift
At 10:23pm on May 5, 2010, Debby Mil said…
Hi Janelle,

I have found there were (at least) three different Jarrett families that came to Australia. Mine, from Brede Sussex, settled around the Shoalhaven region in the 1850s. My branch of the family moved up to Bangalow near Lismore in the early 1900s. There was a John Jarrett who also settled in the Shoalhaven region. I believe his family were from Shropshire. The last group of Jarretts were Cedar cutters who settled around the Lismore / Casino area. They were from Kent but given the proximity of Sussex and Kent may be distantly related to mine but I haven't been able to prove that. I would definitely be interested to see if your friend is related to me.
Maybe we will be able to match up the Knights too, do you know where yours were from?

Debby
At 6:17am on April 30, 2010, Chris Chapman-Taylor said…
Thanks Janelle,

Here's hoping you find lot's of Taylors to connect with : )

Chris
At 1:37am on April 29, 2010, Chris Chapman-Taylor said…
Hi Janelle,

My husband is from New Zealand, his g grandfather was a famous architect over there. His name was James Walter Chapman Taylor. I believe at some stage he took his last given name (Chapman) and his last name (Taylor) as a hyphenated surname (Chapman-Taylor) I think some of my husbands relatives still only use the surname Taylor, while others adopted both Chapman-Taylor. I haven't done much research on my husbands family but I think they were mostly English on his paternal side. Scottish on his maternal. I am actually researching the name KENNEDY. I just haven't had time to do a write up yet!!

Thanks Janelle,,
Chris
At 4:32am on April 11, 2010, Alison Cantwell said…
Dear Janelle, Hi. Thanks for the welcome to Genealogywise. I just clicked on your profile and saw the link to 'Australian Genealogy Research'. Q.Is this your site? Looks like it is just new. I'm interested but I have no idea how to add links etc. I'm Editor of another family tree site (it's American and free). I help others find their ancestors. My hubby has Maori origins so I know a fair bit about Whakapapa. I have Irish, Prussian, English, French and Scottish ancestors ... and 4 convict ggg grandparents. I think we have to be 'friends' before we can message each other. But let me know if you want the website where I'm Editor. Has more than 50,000 users online.

Cheers,
Alison from QLD.
At 5:43pm on April 1, 2010, Fred Shelley said…
Hello Janelle, are you related to the late Philip Bramble and Nola Bramble of Sydney? fred ..
At 9:17pm on March 29, 2010, Pete Lovett said…
Hi Janelle, thanks for the quick reply....coming from around Tamworth way you'd have Country music running through your veins, ha ha . Certainly some beautiful country up that way!! I'll also check out the ning as well....thanks for the tip
Cheers, Pete
At 2:05pm on March 29, 2010, Albertus Lang said…
Hello Janelle,Many thanks for the reply,I live in Moore just past Kilcoy on the way to Nanango ,yes you are right it is very hard specially when they are in England and you have to get help from people over there ,Kind Regards Albertus.
At 5:44am on March 29, 2010, Pete Lovett said…
Hi Janelle! :-)

Thanks for the contact. Just when I was beginning to despair of ever finding time to keep up the researching....seems like we have a bit in common, so hopefully we can help each other out with our research and some good ole country (and folk, AND golden oldies) downloads!

Whereabouts in Aus are you? I'm in Melb and like to roam the Victorian countryside checking out cemeteries This might sound macabre to those not into family research!

Cheers, and thanks again, and more than happy to be your friend!
Pete
At 4:27am on March 29, 2010, Kerry Kristaly said…
Your Taylor names ring a bell. I will get back to you and let you know if they appear in my list.
At 3:13am on March 29, 2010, Kerry Kristaly said…
Thank you for your quick reply. My Taylors are fromThe Tamworth area. My grandfather was born at Nundle. Some of my Taylor names are Richard, Henry James, Geoffrey (my dad). I would be interested to know if any of these are in your family. It would be good to meet up with new members of the family. I am now living in Adelaide, but lived in Inverell in the early 70's. Where were you before moving to Bundaberg?
At 2:44am on March 29, 2010, Kerry Kristaly said…
Hello Janelle, it is good to be friends. Where are your Taylors from? Where do you live? Cheers Kerry

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