|Ken Pascoe (#47621043)|
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It was never my intention to add anything about myself on this page.|
However I will say a little.
I am an avid researcher into my family history & have over 20,900 persons listed being family members and members of related families. I have been researching for over 30 years.
I am a full member of a Returned Services Club having completed National Service with the RAAF but I do NOT claim to be a Returned Serviceman.
Due to an incident in late March 2013 I very nearly terminated my membership of FAG and did in fact transfer and deleted over 1,100 memorials. The matter was over the listing of memorials on FAG where the burial was listed as unknown.
All my unknown burials are made up of individuals from a few hours old to adults but they are all listed with a birth or death date or both and are all listed with other members of their family.These memorials will remain on my site until such time that they are PROHIBITED by FAG who have the means to stop recording them.
A number of memorials were for Servicemen who had given their lives in the service of their country and their graves were unknown.
This member maintains that these unknown burials do not under any circumstances belong on FAG. I am not of this opinion and quote a listing on FAG: LE TOURET MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais,France. This Memorial contains the names of 13,190 men who died on the battlefield prior to 25 September 1915. All have unknown graves. One of my family a Robert Oversby who died on 15.6.1915 was aged 17 years has no known grave and is listed on this memorial.
FAG Also lists another memorial in France that contains 62,960 servicemen and all are recorded with no known graves.A family member Joseph Oversby who died on 16.1.1916 is recorded on the Thiepval Memorial in France.
I am now reinstating the memorials I had deleted and intend adding many more.
I am of the opinion that FAG is a good site and will continue to use same.
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|Anonymous||Ernest Victor Smith|
There seems to be a discrepancy where your Ernest Victor Smith # 125082862 is buried. According to the Brisbane City Council Records others that were buried with him were his wife Fredericka Franjeska (Anderson) Smith and his daughter Merle Ellen (Smith) Finlay. They are part of my daughter's husband's family tree.
Ernest Victor Smith # 181776573; Fredericka # 181776669 and Merle Ellen # 181776915.
You can contact me on my email address if you like, regards, Gael
|graver||William Bryan "Bill" Condon|
I have a picture of Constable Condon. I can add it if you want but the memorial has maxed out on the number of pictures that can be added. If you delete one, I can add his picture.
Thanks and have a great day!
Added by graver on May 02, 2017 4:59 PM
|Fiona Blaney||Cockburn Family|
Hi Ken I'm one of the many grandchildren of Lawrence Claude Cockburn and Evelyn Edith Cockburn (Adams). I was just wondering as you have put all this information about my Uncles Allan and James and my Grandparents if we are related somehow and if you have any more photos of my relatives or information to share at all. Thank you Fiona Blaney.
|paul brown||Geoffrey Edmund Pascoe Brown|
My name is Paul Brown, Geoffrey Edmund Pascoe Brown was my father. I am the second of his three children. I have just discovered this web site and am amazed at what it contains. You have done an awesome job. If i can be of assistance in any way, do not hesitate to contact me. Thanks Paul Brown
Added by ProgBase on Apr 16, 2017 8:58 PM
|allan glazier||Daphne Glazier|
Have written a family history book and like you it stated with just a few names and has really grown should be published soon good luck with your work you have done well Allan Glazier. PS many of my family are buried in Parkes Cemetery.
|Charlotte Peach||RE: John & Elizabeth OVERSBY - Low Smithy Methodist Church Graveyard|
We did not photograph the monument for John, Elizabeth and Joseph. I did transcribe it. Perhaps it was nor clear enough for a good photo. I did photograph a number of stones at Low Smithy, Cautley Chapel and St. Marks, Cautley.
According to my figuring your wife and I are half third cousins. Our closest common ancestor was Thomas Lund (1797-1889). He and his second wife, Sarah Mason, had three sons, James, my greatgrandfather, Edward and John. James, his wife Mary Harper, and all but one of their children, moved to Manitoba, Canada in the 1890s. Edward did not marry. John had a family of three. During our time in England, Charlotte and I enjoyed being with his greatgrandson and his wife who live at Garsdale and attend the Low Smithy Chapel.
|Chris PIGOTT||ISAACHAR PALMER|
Your memorial for this man appears to be in the wrong cemetery. A Funeral Notice was published in the S.M.H. on Saturday 8 October 1921:
"The Relatives and Friends of the late Issacher PALMER are kindly invited to attend his funeral, to move from his late residence, Bristol Cottage, Park-road, Auburn, THIS SATURDAY, at 2.30 p.m., for Western-road Cemetery, Parramatta."
He died on 7 October 1921, aged 88, his parents not named in the registration.
I think this is the cemetery now known as May's Hill Cemetery, on the left side of the Great Western Highway at the top of the hill just west of Parramatta.
|Pat Kaas||Pascoe Families|
Ken I have sent you an email and attached some materials. Hope you kind it of interest. Mike Kaas (Pat Kaas is my wife)
Added by Pat Kaas on Oct 22, 2016 8:06 PM
|Kerry Rampton||Hi Ken|
Are you related to the Mottram family my great grand parents are Albert Mottram and Amelia Bartley Thanks Kez
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