November 2012 blog posts (5)

NATURALIZATION RECORDS

How does one search these records. I know that my grandparents were naturalised in 1945-1946.

Added by Patricia McMahon on November 12, 2012 at 22:25 — 2 Comments

Arthur Raymond Turner AIF

I am trying to find when Arthur died ( and any issue).

He mother was Lydia Turner of Beechworth Vic. (not Beechwood NSW!)

He was born in Wooragee in 1891.

His father died in a mine accident in 1899 at Wooragee.

Amelia Mansfield married Arthur Raymond TURNER on 19 Oct 1929 in Adelaide South Australia.

(Assume this is my Arthur)

Amelia may have died in 1994.Somerton, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.

He was known as "Tot" Turner according to…

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Added by Rob Russell on November 9, 2012 at 10:41 — 4 Comments

LOOKING FOR MATTEO

A few years ago I commenced a search for records of my Italian forebears when I attended the “Exiles and Immigrants” exhibition in Melbourne.

 

My grandfather’s name was Matteo Lombardi and I think he came to Australia on the Re D’Italia in 1926 or earlier. During WW2 he was interned in Victoria. I’m sure he was naturalised and this may have been in 1946-1947

 

I found three records that seemed to match his age – he died in 1962 reportedly aged 77…

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Added by Patricia McMahon on November 9, 2012 at 1:12 — 1 Comment

Assisted Immigration Irene Anthea Hawkins 1971

Hi everyone,

I am trying to trace someone who emigrated to Australia in 1971. We believe that she may have married someone who accompanied her from the UK but don't have his name. We have found her record of landing in Australia but is there any way of a non Australian citizen trying to trace a person i.e. marriage, naturlisation etc. without actually visiting Australia.

Added by Michael Graham Price on November 6, 2012 at 22:01 — 4 Comments

World War One records mix-up

 Just wanted to advise that while doing some family history research I have come across a file which actually has the service records for two family members both by the name of William Britten - they are an uncle and his nephew. William Britten's (snr) service number is 2580 3773 (49th Battalion) and his next of kin was his father, Richard Britten. William snr was 42 years 8 mths and a widower when he enlisted and his nephew was only 23 years of age.

Is there somewhere on your site…

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Added by J McMillan on November 2, 2012 at 14:38 — 1 Comment

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