Madeline Goldingay
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yifi commented on Madeline Goldingay's blog post Gurner family
"The article is really nice and interesting. I have searched for this type of information and would love to read this information. I hope you will share more useful articles like that. Thanks for sharing!run 3"
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Madeline Goldingay left a comment for run unblock
"What family names are you researching ?  Let me know and I will check my files"
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Sylvia commented on Madeline Goldingay's blog post Gurner family
"The link for the death didn't work out very well (and unfortunately you can't edit blog posts), William' Gunner's death is on image #30"
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Sylvia commented on Madeline Goldingay's blog post Gurner family
"Have you seen this ... apparently he heads of to Melbourne (you'll need to check this yourself) : https://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php?topic=499622.9 They seem to lose him at some stage and I'm wondering whether the following could…"
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Gurner family

Gurner William 1798 born Cambridge UK sent to Australia 1830 as a convict, he was on a ship called the Royal George which brought the convicts to Van Diemans Land.  He worked on the estate of Edward Archer esquire at Woolmers. William was granted his freedom 14th July 1836 according to the Hobart Town Crier.  Edward Archer was very fair to the convicts.  I am trying to find out what happenend to William after this time.  If any one has any information it would…

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Posted on October 3, 2019 at 7:34 — 6 Comments

Gurner family

Gurner William 1798 born Cambridge UK sent to Australia 1830 as a convict, he was on a ship called the Royal George which brought the convicts to Van Diemans Land.  He worked on the estate of Edward Archer esquire at Woolmers. William was granted his freedom 14th July 1836 according to the Hobart Town Crier.  Edward Archer was very fair to the convicts.  I am trying to find out what happenend to William after this time.  If any one has any information it would…

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Posted on October 3, 2019 at 7:34 — 2 Comments

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