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Charles Bonner

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Hello,I'm trying to help my brother, McGaughey, Joseph Mark,  get the proof he needs to apply for Australian citizenship. Since the original passport he was on when we arrived 31/12/1967 is long gone, immigration said they would accept the records for my parents where he is listed on the back of the card as accompanying child under 16.My parents records are there in digitised form, but the record for us boys says "not yet examined"When I go to the record for McGaughey, Joe Brooking, and bring…See More
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Bridget Lunn commented on Bridget Lunn's blog post Charles Bonner
"Hi Lou, thanks for replying. My Uncle was in the British Army prior to 1946 and living in Britain. He returned home for brief visit and said he may go to Australia!!. This is the last contact he made with his siblings. His parents were William and…"
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Bridget Lunn commented on Bridget Lunn's blog post Charles Bonner
"Hi Elizabeth, my uncle's parents names were William and Margaret [Peggy] Bonner, his mother died when he was four and his father died when he was fourteen. Thank you for replying."
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Rosalind Rendle replied to Rosalind Rendle's discussion Arthur Dight Walker
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Elizabeth Allen commented on Bridget Lunn's blog post Charles Bonner
"Bridget,  It might be a good idea to list his parents names as there are quite a few with the same name on our electoral rolls We can do limited checks in death records but the dates vary for each state - without parents names it would be…"
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Leslie Weatherall commented on Ann Halliday's blog post first intake of Duntroon cadets
"Hi Ann, Duntroon Cadet files are still held in the custody of Duntroon. The National Archives is able to arrange access. You will need to submit an inquiry with us by using the following…"
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lou commented on Bridget Lunn's blog post Charles Bonner
"Hi Bridget, Could you please tell me where he was last living? What was his profession? What were his parents names? Presuming he was single at the time?"
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Bridget Lunn posted a blog post

Charles Bonner

Looking for any  info on my uncle Charles/Charlie Bonner who may have went to Australia from the UK  1946 onwards. Extensive searches in the UK undertaken to no avail.  He was born in Donegal, Ireland in 1914. No contact since 1946. Maybe he married and had family there. A long shot but hopeful.See More
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Elizabeth Allen replied to Anna Fryc's discussion Looking for Wladyslaw Fryc and his family
"Anna,   As some people just change their name it would be impossible to find out unless they did it officially through a deed poll   You could check the phone directory online at  www.whitepages.com.au or post a missing persons…"
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Anne Speedie posted a blog post

William McBride

  I am searching for relatives of William Wilson McBride who emigrated from Scotland in 1955RegardsAnneSee More
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Anna Fryc replied to Anna Fryc's discussion Looking for Wladyslaw Fryc and his family
"Hello Elizabeth,  Thank you very much for your answer and information. From what I know they haven't changed the name.  Maybe the spelling of the first name was not Wladyslaw but Wladislaw.  There was some information from them…"
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