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|Allison Thorpe (#48106239)|
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|Christine Kulis||Huge thank you|
My dad was murdered when I was young I've never been to his grave 28yrs on now I know where he is ican go visit him. Thank u xx
|Heather HADDOCK||DELINECORTE GRAVE|
Re; Spelling of Alice May DELINECORTE grave in Currency Creek database
May you please correct the spelling for my grandmothers grave in your data base at Currency Creek South Aust
The correct spelling is included within the entry but your data base has my grandmothers name spelt DELINECOATE . Whilst I know where the grave is , the incorrect spelling makes it impossible for future researches finding its existence
One again , the correct spelling is DELINECORTE
once again ,
thanks in advance
Hi Allison, we seem to share Sarah Jane Grayshon, nee Jowett. Please can you message me, ty, hills.
|Deborah Clark||Erica May Burgess|
Hello Alison. Erica May Burgess ( nee Warnecke) was my Auntie, the older sister to my mother Sheila, and Ian and Cheryl are my cousins.
I have just found the headstone notices that you have entered for Erica and for Ian ( through Ancestry Com). I am collating/ writing a family history in our Grandmothers voice, Ada Mildred Warnecke. It will include a chapter on each of her six children, and I am asking my cousins to write the chapter for their own parent. I wonder if you may have a contact for Cheryl, or Rodney and Kym? Thank you for your help. Kind regards Deborah ( I am one of the twins born to Sheila and Bill Clark )
|Vincent Clyde Carruthers||Hi Allison|
My name is Clyde Carruthers. I live in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
My great-great grandfather was Christopher Carruthers (1828-1924).
Christopher's parents were James Carruthers and Mary Carlyle. Christopher had a brother named Walter, born in 1826, and another brother names James Martin, born in 1832.
Christopher came to Canada in 1832 and died there in 1924 at 96 years of age.
Allison, I think that your Walter is the brother of my great-great grandfather, Christopher!
There has always been a family story of a sibling of Christopher's going to Australia when Christopher went to Canada.
Please let me now what you think.
|nicki drury||Gration Family - Barnsley|
I just wanted to say a very big thank you for all your work on this site. It has been a wonderful find for me, to be able to confirm so much that I had on my family tree. I live in Spain, so it's not very easy for me to do research other than online. Another bonus was the photos.
Thank you again!
Hi Alison I had found a grave for Joseph Walter Kent and Mary Anne Kent.This is my uncle.I have been searching many years as I was adopted by my uncles sister.Joseph and Mary had a daughter Marilyn who would be about 65years trying to trace her with no luck.If you have any information would be very pleased.My uncle died 26th February 1983 Buried in Enfield memorial park,or cremated.Kind regards.Christine Keightley.
|Sharron Devine||Grave of Rodney James White|
Hi Allison, Thank you so much for the photo of the grave of my late cousin, Rodney J White. I have been trying to trace the family on behalf of my last remaining maternal aunt. Rodney's mum was a very dearly loved sister of my mum and she died very young. We lost contact with the family and now there is only one auntie left so it would be wonderful to make contact with some living White relatives for her.
God bless you for what you do.
|B Wright||Desmond Arnold Williams|
Here is a link too the obituary for Desmond Arnold Williams...if you don't already have it.
Added by B Wright on Jul 10, 2017 9:24 PM
HI Allison, please could you contact me re G family. I've added some more connections, would love some providence details, love to hear from you, Hils.
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