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Elaine MacGregor commented on Elaine MacGregor's blog post McSWEENEY Gladys
"Thanks Debra I'm pretty sure it was an illigitimate birth - not sure what religion they were, but am becoming convinced it was a Victorian birth and not WA as I have found her teaching at a school in Morwell Victoria in 1936 when she was 18…"
Oct 2, 2013
Debra commented on Elaine MacGregor's blog post McSWEENEY Gladys
"Hi Elaine, Records in that time period are not available to anyone except your brother-in-law, and by having a search done at all registry offices that is really all you can do. Unfortunately it is highly unlikely that the father would be named on…"
Sep 30, 2013
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McSWEENEY Gladys

Gladys McSWEENEY was born in Boolarra, Victoria in 1918 died 1966.  She put her three children into an orphanage in May 1945, the eldest being Cully James McSWEENEY (my brother-in-law) who was adopted when he was 7.  We have been trying to find his birth certificate and have approached all the Australian State registry offices but none of them can find him registered under that name.According to the orphanage and adoption papers, his mother was supposed to have married in the UK but we can find…See More
Sep 29, 2013

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McSWEENEY Gladys

Gladys McSWEENEY was born in Boolarra, Victoria in 1918 died 1966.  She put her three children into an orphanage in May 1945, the eldest being Cully James McSWEENEY (my brother-in-law) who was adopted when he was 7.  We have been trying to find his birth certificate and have approached all the Australian State registry offices but none of them can find him registered under that name.

According to the orphanage and adoption papers, his mother was supposed to have married in the UK but…

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