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|Name: brendan, Country/City: abidjan||Posted: 4/26/2008 4:12:37 PM|
Message: this is a good site to enjoy, it is a wonderful site which i ever did see.
|Name: kerry jackson, Country/City: australia||Posted: 3/22/2008 6:34:46 AM|
Message: Hi Julie, Came across william john feltham and other feltham names. would appreciate any further info. Thank you Kerry
|Name: David T. Neal, Country/City: Sapulpa,USA||Posted: 1/30/2008 2:44:02 PM|
Message: as you see my middle name isbegins with a T and it is Thomas. I saw where a couple of generations had that as their middle name. I was told that Thomas as a middle name was a family tradition. Would you know if any of those Neal's would have gone to America. I could be looking at the wrong tree because I was told our name use to be O'Neal and one of my great(4 or 5 times) moved to America from Cork Ireland and dropped the O.
|Name: Paul SMYTH, Country/City: Australia/Adelaide||Posted: 1/23/2008 9:45:43 AM|
Message: Julie, have you come across a Thomas Stephens SMYTH (born 1825-1830) whose father Thomas, was a Carver & Gilder in Liverpool?? Kind Regards, smythie from Oz
|Name: Helen Skinner, Country/City: Australia||Posted: 1/9/2008 11:00:08 AM|
Message: My great-great grandparents were Alfred Hardham and Rhoda Lawrence. Their daughter Minnie was my great grandmother and she was married to George Manly Champion Simpson. Their son was my grandfather Arthur George Simpson.
|Name: Michael Barrett, Country/City: Oshawa, Ontario, Canada||Posted: 12/16/2007 11:25:02 AM|
Message: My wife is a direct decendant of James Corrie
|Name: Jo Deighton, Country/City: England Southampton||Posted: 05/06/2007 22:58:05|
Message: Hello, just had a look at your tree as I am descended from Hibberds from Bishopstone and noticed that you have Hibberds in your tree.
|Name: Judith Bullimore, Country/City: Brisbane, Australia||Posted: 21/03/2007 10:47:06|
Message: Hi Julie, have just discovered your website. It is very well presented and I have enjoyed reading through it. I am a Bullimore as you can see and I thought I would tell you a little about my family history in the hope that we may have a connection. I have hit a very solid brick wall in my research. My father was George Arthur Bullimore born in 1911 iin Arthur St Chelsea. He and my mother Jean emigrated to Australia in 1959 from London. My father's parents were Emma Dearman and Henry Albert Bullimore. Henry Albert Bullimore was born in Lambeth in 1879. His birth was illegitimate and his mother was recorded as Susan Bullimore. No father's name is recorded on his birth certificate. Susan Bullimore also had a daughter named Elizabeth Charlotte, born in Scotland in 1876. This birth was also illegitimate. I have a hunch that Bullimore was not Susan's real surname but the surname of her children's father and thus the name she gave to her children I found the two children in the 1881 English Census boarding with a family named Saunders. Then they all disappear until 1905 when my grandfather marries Emma Dearman. On their marriage certificate Henry Albert's father is listed as William Bullimore(deceased). I have never found any trace of Elizabeth Bullimore. My father had a sister named Lillian Violet born approx 1908 and a brother (also called Henry Albert) born about 1906. I am in touch with the family of Lillian Violet, but have lost contact with my uncle's family. (he married a lady named Annie and they had six children who would all be my first cousins. If you do recognise any of these names or can make a connection would you like to get in touch and perhaps we can swap info? Kind regards Judith Bullimore
|Name: Gordon Lindsay, Country/City: Hastings, East Sussex, UK||Posted: 22/02/2007 19:27:13|
Message: What a wonderful website! Some of our family are LUCK fro Heatfield so here's hoping I can come up with a match.
|Name: Angela, Country/City: Romford Essex||Posted: 13/02/2007 15:14:49|
Message: Julie, wow! impressed with how much work has gone into this - 9 years! A bit of encouragment to thoses of us who have started in a very small way. Have you shared this with the girls?