Jesse Tudor was my uncle, one of nine including two sisters. I live within three miles of where he was born.
His military history is recorded.although returning to Wa in 1919, I find he left uk in1929 with his wife called lily and a daughter named joan. Lily was 40 years and joan 11 years. They settled in perth. In 1946 he became a land manager
Joan became a lorry driver. I have a daughter who lives in perth. And intend to visit her for Christmas 2014

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Comment by Robin edward tudor on December 9, 2014 at 3:35
Slimbridge although a small village is where Peter scott formed the first wildfowl trust. His father was Robert falcon scott who perished with his team on attempting to conquer the south pole
Comment by Leanne Ryland on April 24, 2015 at 12:02

Hi Robin,  Just found your blog.  Joan Dellar (Nee Tudor) was my nana and Lillian Tudor my great nana.  Jesse Tudor departed Fremantle on 19 April 1915 to go to the 1st world war.  He was a P.O.W. from Gallipoli and he did return back to WA.  Joan Tudor married Bruce Dellar and they had 4 children - (twins Bevan and Judith, Donald and Colin) .  We are all living in Perth and country WA.    

Comment by Robin edward tudor on April 25, 2015 at 0:52
Thanks for getting in touch, I have a lot of information I can convey. My daughter which would be a cousin lives at secret harbour and works in Perth.
Best wishes, look forward to your reply, ( I am on Facebook)
Robin tudor
Comment by Robin edward tudor on May 1, 2015 at 2:06
Dear Leanne, I am sure all this has come as a surprise, this came about after a bout in hospital and time to look up thing. I am 74, with two daughters, the last thing I want to do is intrude in your life. The family tree goes back to 1716, that is before captain cook left England to make his discoveries. Jesse address in Perth in 1913 was 146 Francis Street Perth . Jesse must for some reason returned to UK and could have stayed for some time.Jesse left with lily your great grandmother on boat Berryma in 1929. Lily was 40 years old and Joan your grandmother 11.".Both my grandchildren go to school in Mandarin. Hope all the above is of some interest to you,
Kind regards,
Robin tudor
Comment by Leanne Ryland on May 1, 2015 at 9:44

Dear Robin, I do apologise for not getting back to you sooner, and you are not intruding on me at all, I and my family are very keen to keep in contact with you.  My uncle Bevan Dellar, I know has started researching the family tree and would love to see what information you have along with me and my family also.You have certainly achieved a lot with your research and I am excited to keep in contact.  I will add you onto facebook so we can continue chatting.  Once again Many thanks Robin, Regards  Leanne 

Once again, many thanks 


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