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Annie Dwyer (#47199628)
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I'm Annie...been researching my tree since I was 15..now 28. Interesting hobby to have, and I get to find out new things about my family nearly every day and meet new people along the way
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Jan Tarter
Family tree of Florence Lillian Dwyer Walker
I have started to work on my family tree in Australia and have just received information which I am trying to connect to Florence Lillian Dwyer Walker( born September 9, 1897) or her father H. Dwyer. They lived in the Perth area, or not far from that area.

I am told that I am related to Hookham Hahn and Alice Tchan Hahn. That information is the result of a question posed to my cousin in Australia. My mother immigrated from Australia in the 1940s and died in 1967. I have very little information to go on, so I started following the pages for spouses and siblings. I noticed that you had entered information for Marie Kathleen Hahn Ryan and that your last name is Dwyer. That is the first I had seen the Dwyer name and wanted to follow the connection.

My family in the USA have been curious as to how we came to be in Australia and in general what their story was. Were they trades people, conscripted laborers, military members, how did they make a living, etc.

We are also curious as to our lineage. What country of origin were our people from prior to their landing in Australia?

Is is difficult to proceed without more information and I would appreciate any information you could fill in, especially as to how the Dwyer name came into association with the Hahn family.

I appreciate that you have taken an interest in populating these grave records. It has already proved to be helpful for us here in the USA.

Further, I understand that you likely have a busy life and may not have the time or inclination to respond. Please know that I appreciate the help we have already found through your work.

I can be reached through my email: jmtarter@msn.com
Thank you,
Jan Tarter
Added by Jan Tarter on Feb 20, 2015 9:35 PM
Jennifer Beahan
RE: Thank you
Annie,

You are most welcome.

Kindest regards, Jennifer
Added by Jennifer Beahan on May 18, 2013 4:57 AM
 

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