The Genealogy & Family History Social Network
This is a group researching and sharing the Victorian Pioneers in Australia from 1820 to 1900
Location: Yarrawonga, Victoria, Asutralia
Latest Activity: Oct 3, 2016
Started by Penelope Bell Mar 20, 2013.
Started by Carmel M Reynen. Last reply by Carmel M Reynen Jul 19, 2009.
Started by Carmel M Reynen Jul 17, 2009.
My family history interest in Victoria includes the following families:
Samuel Scotson (1830-1903) and his wife Martha Wilson Dunlop (1844-1919), who settled in the Fryer’s Creek/Yapeen area near Castlemaine. Samuel Scotson, from Lancashire, England, arrived [via South Africa] on the “Sarah Bell” in 1853 (a ship full of gold seekers) and was a well known gold miner in the area, and had Scotson’s Reef at Mopoke Gully for many years.
Hector Ross (1819-1884) and his wife Christina Ross (1821-1891) who arrived ship unconfirmed [but possibly the “Omega”], about 1856, and settled in the Winter’s Flat/Muckleford area near Castlemaine. Both Hector and Christina Ross were from Rosshire, Scotland. He was a dairyman at Muckleford.
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