This Web Site and family tree is the compilation of many of years hard work and with the helpful assistance of fellow genealogist. To whom I am forever grateful.
My biggest heart felt THANK YOU must go to Mr Colin McInnes who offered me the answer to a question placed on a message board at genealogy.com then opened up my world to all the other information that is available out there. He helped me to extend the family tree and confirm what I had.
I now offer you the same information. Click on the Links button and you'll find lots of websites that can help you to find the answers, or find someone who has the answers.
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My parents emigrated to Australia as part of the ten pounder's in the 1960's. They took with them two children and in Australia had two more.
I am the youngest, but was the only member of the family who could work out who goes where in the tree. That's how it all started and now here we are a family tree that started with 6 people and is now estimated at a family of 25,200 in July 2010 (and still counting).
This family history is dedicated to all my family (no matter how distant) interested in knowing where and who we have descended from. It lists all the information I have been able to collect on past members of our intriguing family. The document was originally started in October 1992. I have found a few surprises. Surprises like finding my half sister Christine Doyle and finding a photo of Thomas Ernest Miller with King Edward VII, that Jemima Scott was a Vocalist and even the family murder of Rose Anne Harsant in Peasenhall in 1902. In the end all I can say is it has captured my imagination for years.
It is my hope that in future years it will be added to and kept as a living document. In tracing this tree I have spoken to every member of the family I have been able to find, trawled through thousands of pages in the record books, asked many questions on web pages, and finally looked on countless internet pages. I hope that as the years go by more information will become available on past members and that no one will be over looked.