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richard jones (#48049511)
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Bio Photo I am now 70 years old. Worked as a Customs officer in Australia for 22 years. Live in Mortdale/Penshurst area of Sydney.
Born in UK and lived in London until Marriage at 30 and move to Oz.
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Jane Silvester
Molloy and Stewart graves
Thank you so much for taking the photographs of the graves. This has been a huge help!
Added by Jane Silvester on May 23, 2015 7:45 AM
Linda G.
Molloy & Stewart
Thank you for taking the grave photos on these 2 graves. Nice work!
Added by Linda G. on Apr 24, 2015 3:56 PM
Bruce Fisher
RE: Alice & Mick Risebrook
Sadly, like so many historic military sites, the barracks has closed and the site re-developed with A Tesco store and housing. The barrack blocks have been converted to flats though, and the sergeants mess is a pets hospital. The chapel has been turned into a skate/skateboard centre.
Added by Bruce Fisher on Apr 21, 2015 4:29 AM
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Elizabeth Williams
Hi Richard,
Many thanks once again for filling another of my photo requests at Woronora. I appreciate all the time and effort you have put in for me.
Regards, Heather
Added by family_ties on Apr 19, 2015 2:25 AM
Ruth Broom
RE: William Armstrong grave
Thanks. I wonder what happened to the graves. That's weird. Thanks for all your help!
Added by Ruth Broom on Nov 09, 2014 7:24 PM
Liam Quinn
RE: hugh quinn
Hi Richard,

So many thanks for taking the time to collate this information for me, I really do appreciate it. I hesitate to say this as I don't want you to feel that you wasted your time but this alas isn't the grave of my gr-gr uncle Hugh Quinn. I've done further research and although the family story always went he had a strawberry farm in Sydney in a place that sounded like Narrow, it now transpires that he was in Nowra, and I imagine buried there...that part I still have to be sure of. I'll be arriving to Oz for 3 months from end of December so I'm hoping to be able to do some on the ground research when I'm there.

As a keen genealogist myself, I really appreciate your time!

Warmest regards,

Liam
Added by Liam Quinn on Nov 05, 2014 4:49 PM
Tom Crago
RE: Albert Crago
The memorial for Gladys already exists. Thank you for helping out with the photos.
Added by Tom Crago on Oct 14, 2014 3:53 PM
monicad
RE: Henry Pether
Hi Richard! Thankyou so much for letting me know i didn't realise i had entered the wrong details! Henry has proven a hard man to locate so hopefully something will pop up! I have edited his details. Thanks again!
Added by monicad on Sep 24, 2014 6:39 PM
Quirkey
Grave Photo
Thank you Richard, for taking the time to photograph of Geotge Thew's grave.

Regards
Bev
Added by Quirkey on Sep 23, 2014 5:30 PM
Liam Quinn
RE: hugh quinn
Hello Richard,

Thank you so much for taking your time to take these pictures. As it happens, I think I might have incorrectly discovered this to be the grave of my great, great uncle: since posting this request I located his will and he seems to have lived in Nowra but have died in Liverpool District (the same year as the Hugh James in this grave).

More investigations needed!

I'll update the grave record here accordingly when I am clearer. But, once again, enormous thanks!

Best,

Liam
Added by Liam Quinn on Sep 14, 2014 5:33 AM
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