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Debra replied to Leanne's discussion WW2 record vanished
"Here? http://soda.naa.gov.au/record/4978281/1 You have to enter the name correctly."
Mar 7
Debra replied to Derek Moriarty's discussion Former Child Migrants
"https://www.findandconnect.gov.au/ref/wa/biogs/WE00584b.htm There are currently 1242 child migrant selection documents indexed in series PP93/10 in RecordSearch. http://www.naa.gov.au/collection/search/index.aspx Just try searching for your person…"
Feb 18
Debra replied to Gillian Lelong's discussion Researching the family of Louisa (Hutchins) Brown and her 3 children, from Mortlake/Richmond England
"Leonard was actually born 28 Dec 1882 and his birth registered in 1883.  He married in 1904 to Annie Elizabeth PERKINS.  His address on the marriage certificate is the same as the family's address in 1901 - 41 Hampton Square.  He…"
Feb 15
Debra replied to Gillian Lelong's discussion Researching the family of Louisa (Hutchins) Brown and her 3 children, from Mortlake/Richmond England
"Some of your birth years are not correct. BROWN, EDITH Mother's maiden surname: HUTCHINS GRO Reference: 1881 J Quarter in RICHMOND Volume 02A Page 368 BROWN, LEONARD Mother's maiden surname: HUTCHINS GRO Reference: 1883 M Quarter in…"
Feb 15
Debra commented on Jean Hennessey's blog post Looking for information for Williamina Hay
"Were her parents Henry  HAY and Margaret MITCHELL?  If so then you will find her marriage and death in the Queensland indexes.  She married to John ANTONEY in 1912 and died in 1973. https://www.familyhistory.bdm.qld.gov.au/ They lived…"
Feb 15
Debra replied to Aaron Turner's discussion Help finding Grandmother who arrived in Australia in 1952
"Just to clarify a few things: The 1939 register was updated until 1991 so any changes or additions to a person's entry in the register including new surnames could have been added at any time during that 52 year period. The electoral rolls show…"
Jan 30
Debra replied to Aaron Turner's discussion Help finding Grandmother who arrived in Australia in 1952
"In 1939 Maureen was at the All Saints convent in St Albans, Hertfordshire, and later register updates show her married surname as well as the surname HAMABOURE (sic) so I think this confirms that Beatrice was connected closely to her.  Beatrice…"
Jan 27
Debra replied to Aaron Turner's discussion Help finding Grandmother who arrived in Australia in 1952
"Marriages Dec 1933 JOSÈ,  Beatrice T RUFFELL,  John A Lambeth 1d 606 I think that John Alfred RUFFELL and Annie CHATHAM were Maureen's parents.  So what on earth was Millicent doing living with Beatrice if John Alfred…"
Jan 26
Debra replied to Aaron Turner's discussion Help finding Grandmother who arrived in Australia in 1952
"I recognised the surname RUFFELL from my previous searches. Millicent was at 32 Westmoreland Terrace in 1945 with a Beatrice RUFFELL at the same address.  In 1949 she was Beatrice HARAMBOUR(E) at 53 Sussex Street with probable partner Etienne…"
Jan 26
Debra replied to Janet A's discussion Bonegilla
Jan 25
Debra replied to Aaron Turner's discussion Help finding Grandmother who arrived in Australia in 1952
"I think that redacted entry would be for the younger daughter of Alice WYATT (nee WALLIS) and is an unrelated family.   Looking at later electoral rolls and the number of different people enrolled at that address I would say it was used as…"
Jan 20
Debra replied to Aaron Turner's discussion Help finding Grandmother who arrived in Australia in 1952
"You can ask the SA State Library for a transcription of Millicent's death notice.  You know that she died on 9 April 1999 so it would be a quick lookup for them to find the notice.  They generally do an hour of free research for…"
Jan 18
Debra replied to Aaron Turner's discussion Help finding Grandmother who arrived in Australia in 1952
"I do sometimes get notifications, but not always. The usual reason that people seem to disappear in Australia is because they lived in South Australia.  I'm not talking about the high murder rate there,  ha ha, but because it is such…"
Jan 18
Debra replied to Aaron Turner's discussion Help finding Grandmother who arrived in Australia in 1952
"John's sister Beryl married Jack MARRIOTT in 1947 in Barnsley - she would be the closed record in 1939.  They came to Australia in 1956 and didn't have any children with them. From the first death notice for Rebecca, I believe that…"
Jan 18
Debra replied to Aaron Turner's discussion Help finding Grandmother who arrived in Australia in 1952
"Rebecca SENIOR was John's unmarried Aunt.  Rebecca died on 10 Sep 1994 and attached are her death notices published in the Sydney Morning Herald on 12 and 14 Sep 1994. The STAVELEY families were the children of her sister Alice who married…"
Jan 18
Debra replied to Laurens West's discussion Kavanagh.M 8725 in the group WW1 Returned from active service badges
"Hi Laurens, It would be easier for us to help if you give his full name and any other details that you know such as where and when he was born, where living at the time of enlistment, and who you think might be named as his next of kin. Where did…"
Jan 11

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At 5:39 on October 31, 2011, Lorraine Lawrence said…

Hello Debra,

Yes you can willingly be my friend,let me know how you wish to contact me. I hope you have good news for me in the search for my family in Australia.

Regards

Lorraine

At 19:42 on November 25, 2011, LancashireBoy said…

Thank you for your information Debra

 

Regards

At 17:50 on April 2, 2012, Mark X Wheelan-Lamont said…

Will pop down to the Research Room tomorrow and grab the details for you.

At 8:14 on September 22, 2012, Joyce Stone said…

Hello Debra - thank you for replying to my query re; pte Wm. Farmer.  I have documents pertaining to w. Farmer, and photgraphs, taken obviously back in ap. 1916.

We would like to know more about his family tree, but I am not too sure how to set about finding information, in Australia.  Any tips would be much appreciated.  Once again, many thanks.  Regards Joyce.

At 13:24 on September 6, 2013, Kay Sandsrule said…

Hello Debra,

Thank you for your reply.  I have tried Ancestry Com.Au. & Ancestry UK, Findmy Past, most sites that I can go onto,  but nothing comes up. 

Her Name is Gladys Willett Vellacott, maiden name Spooner.

If you can help, it would be great/wonderful.

Regards

Kay

At 3:36 on March 22, 2014, reli korce said…

 Hello. My name is Reli and i am helping my friend. His father has been living for 20 years in Australia from 1938 until to 1958. His father was called Ilia Ilia (Elias) ll and has worked in a tabacco factory in Brisbane and maybe he has performed military. I would like to know if his father might be an Australian citizen. 

All the goods, Reli

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