Give Dianne a bit of time as she might not realise that you have responded for a little while.
I’m not sure what you are after. There are some older posts on this forum re the Snow family, but they could be a bit…"
"Hard to read, but an “M Livorness” seems to be mentioned on the list when the Tasmania arrives in Fremantle on 20/12/1955
Here is a direct link to the page (#14)
"It must be already known that James (a carriage builder) and Ada lived in Richmond (VIC) around 1912/13/14 and that they had another son there. And, in the early thirties Ada turns up without James in NSW where she seems to die on 3 Jan…"
I don't think there is much more to find online. This is the exact reason why I gave you information re the wider family as from this point onward you'll need to start contacting possible family members for more information.
"Daughter Sheena had stayed in Australia as well:
South Australian Marriages, Registrations 1917-1937
Given names: Cyril George
Given names: Sheena Agnes
Groom Age: 25
"James Murchie b 5 Jul 1891 Durban (NAA records) or 1886 (death record), d 15 Aug 1957 Pretoria
first wife: Emily Wilson d abt 1924
second wife: Magdalena Johanna van Aardt (still alive in 1957)
"Only very limited details (eg approx ages, full names) were supplied. That makes things very tricky as it concerns a fairly common name and mistakes are hard to avoid.
So, based on this, is it possible that “Johnny” = “John…"
"It seems that the family eventually settled in Victoria (eastern suburbs of Melbourne), although I suspect that they first lived in in South Australia (Holden Hill).
- A Patrick Haughney was cremated at the Springvale Crematorium (VIC) on 4 Sep…"
"A few possibiilities:
- Many people used to travel on freight/cargo ships. No "official" passenger list, but I have found some of them - by sheer luck - hidden away in newspapers.
- Some men can't be found on a list because they had…"
"Son Tony is the only firm lead and there is a fair bit online for him and his daughters. Claudio’s wife should still be alive, but has vanished (from experience, often this happens when people are in e.g. an aged care home). And, I have no…"