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Western Ancestor Vol 12 No 12 December 2014

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392 A Dedicated Life

Researcher: Jane Morrison
  About: LAURENCE, (LAWRENCE) Stirling Eliot (1845–1922) 
  Born at Bury Hill, Bunbury
  Western Australia in 1845.
  Parents: George Eliot and Louisa, née Clifton
  Great-nephew of Captain (later) Sir James Stirling
  Married: Eliza Ernestine Von Bibra (1849–1899)
  Daughter of Francis Louis Von Bibra and Eliza, née Palin

399 Australia at War - What Were they Doing?
 About: News Articles in 1914

390 Looking for Dian

Researcher: Wendy Brown2014 Western Ancestor Vol 12 No 12 Dec Contents
About: Adoption - Find and Connect success story

394 WAGS 11th BattalionCheops project Part 1

Researcher: Julie Martin
About: Naming the soldiers in the 11th Battalion photograph who left Australia in November, 1914.
Photos: Pte Frederick Noel Arno, Father John Fahey, Pte David Simcock, Cpl Alvared Roe Clifton       

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Western Ancestor Vol 12 No 11 September 2014

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  SPECIAL ARTICLES2014 Western Ancestor Vol 12 No 11 Sept Contents

  320 WW1 Centenary diary 2014 – 2018 (not in this issue)
  321 A Story of two Brothers (not in this issue)
  317 Singapore: A Hidden treasure (not in this issue)

 


324 (345) The project: Gallipoli dead from Western Australia

 

Part 2 Researcher: Shannon Lovelady
 (Page numbers different)
 At Last – The List! Gallipoli Dead from Western Australia Project

345 - 367 List of names associated with the 11th battalion Photograph

 

370 Walked Away from Death Twice

 

Researcher: Jennifer Gee
  Abouit: Alfred James Daniels (Photo)
  Born: 1876 in Kent, England
Parents: Richard and Adeliza Daniels
Husband of daughter Nellie: Frederick Edwin Parker

368 World War Woes

Researcher: Brian Croker
About: Albert Arthur Croker
Parents: John and Amelia Croker
Arrived in Western Australia 1883
Married Margaret Walsh in 1902 in Perth, WA
Brother: George Croker in England

373 The Battle of Waterloo 200th Anniversary 18th June 2015

Researcher: Lyn Coy
About: William Edwards and his wife Eleanor (nee Ayling)
Arrived in the Swan River Colony on the ship Rockingham on 14th May 1830


Battle of Waterloo VETERANS in the Swan River Colony who fought with Wellington

WILLIAM JOHN ADAMS 1792-1867 - Wife Elizabeth (nee Martin) in 1830
SERGEANT ELIJAH DAWSON 1797-1885 - Wife Ann (nee Wakeham) in 1830. (Photo)
WILLIAM EDWARDS 1792-1865 - Wife Eleanor (nee Ayling) in 1830.
CAPTAIN RICHARD GOLDSMITH-MEARES 1780-1862 - Wife Eleanor (nee Seymour) in 1829.
CAPTAIN JOHN MOLLOY 1786-1867 - Wife Georgiana (nee Kennedy) in 1830.
CAPTAIN WILLIAM SHAW 1788-1862 - Wife Eliza (nee Cooper) in 1830.
LIEUTENANT WILLIAM TRIMMER 1796-1835 - William arrived on the 'Atwick' in 1831.

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Western Ancestor Vol 12 No 10 June 2014

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321 A Story of two Brothers

Researcher: Lino Franich
   About: FILIP VLAHOV b.1875 (Photos)
   Brother: Petar VLAHOV b. 1881
   Šepurina. Dalmatia [Croatia?]
   Filip marrying Matica Anti[]
   Petar marrying her sister, Kri[]anka
   Arrived: Fremantle February 1914

317 Singapore: A Hidden treasure

Researcher: Narelle Catling
   Researching in Singapore, or anywhere in Asia, can be a huge challenge.  List of places to try.

324 The project: Gallipoli dead from Western Australia (part two) 

Researcher: Shannon Lovelady
   1,027 Western Australian men were killed, or died from illness or wounds sustained, during the Gallipoli 2014 Western Ancestor Vol 12 No 10 June contentscampaign of 1915

  Named in article:
  Private Sidney Torrington Allen - Driver William Newton Baldock - Sapper John Casanova - Private Henry Wallis Williams - Captain Goldie - Lieutenant Kieran Anderson - Private Royce Constantine Baesjou

329 The Story of the Richards

Researcher: Tish Will
 About: Richard Gibson, Ayrshire Scotland won his lass, Janet Gillies.
 Married in November 1796 in St Quivox
 Richard, born 5th September 1798 in St Quivox. For the purpose of this story be called Richard Oswald.

He, in his turn, won a bride Margaret Thom (born 1805)
She was the daughter James Thom and Agness Smith of Barbieston
Richard Oswald and Margaret were wed in Coylton on the 15th December 1826.
Mary Ann Gibson (nee Sweetman) Photo abt 1871 in Victoria, Australia

 320 WW1 Centenary diary 2014 – 2018 - Projects carried out by the Australian War Memorial

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Western Ancestor Vol 12 No 9 March 2014

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296 A Soldier's Voyage

Researcher: Linnette Horne
Walter Daniel IRWIN
Born 1885 Opotiki, New Zealand.
Known as Jack to his family.
Parents: Daniel and Jean Irwin [nee Tinling]
Sister – Catherine Julia Irwin (1880 – 1954), known as Kate (Photo)

305 Free Websites for West Australian research

Researcher Moya Sharp
Websites free to use, and are an essential start for researching your local ancestry.

299 Historical Scottish Birth, Marriage & death records

- Go online Researchers: ScotlandsPeople & Grant Millar [Scotland UK]
Births from 1913 - Marriages from 1938 - Deaths from 19632014 Western Ancestor Vol 12 No 9 Mar contents

303 Members' Corner

Researcher: Christine ChamberlainAbout: Children of John and Matty Fielding
Born: Oldham, Lancashire
Names: Mary, William, Stanley, Edmund, Alfred, Robert, and Alice
Arrived: 1850s and 1860s in South Australia


293 The Project: Gallipoli dead from Western Australia (part one)

Background of how the project came about.
Also clipping about Henry Oliver Hart and his Sister Gertrude Turner

304 Vale Dr Gaye Nayton & the Archaeological Fun Boxes - Notice about Dr Gaye Nayton

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