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My Victorian family names

My Victorian family names

Posted: 1139670516000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1139799333000
Surnames: Abbott, Sharp, Edwards, Brown, Regan, Swasbrick, Trandle
I would be interested in hearing from anyone who is researching the following names:

Abbott - Sharp - Edwards - Brown - Regan - Swasbrick - Trandle


Thanx - Annette

Re: My Victorian family names

Posted: 1139711111000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1139799468000
Surnames: Abbott, Goodier
I have a sarah h abbott M1921 to Alban Goodier in my family history.

Re: My Victorian family names

Annette (View posts)
Posted: 1139742805000
Classification: Query
Can I have parents and grandparents names please. I don't have a Sarah, but I have male relatives with unknown wives and children.

Thanx - Annette

Re: My Victorian family names

peter jennings (View posts)
Posted: 1139776744000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1139799578000
Surnames: Abbott
The Sarah h Abbot that i have was married in Ashfield wich is in nsw and is probably not related. i don't have any more info at this stage.

Re: My Victorian family names

Annette (View posts)
Posted: 1139822669000
Classification: Query
Ok - thanx for letting me know - good luck.......

Re: My Victorian family names/Swasbrick

PATRICE MORROW (View posts)
Posted: 1161729033000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1161834021000
Surnames: SWASBRICK, Drummond
Hi Annette

I am from the Swasbrick line in NE Victoria. My grandmother was a Swasbrick. Her father was William m. Jean Currie Drummond. What info do you have and what would you like?

Regards

Patrice Morrow

Re: My Victorian family names/Swasbrick

Posted: 1172310381000
Classification: Query
Surnames: ABBOTT, SWASBRICK
Hi Patrice - well, well, well...... my 2nd great grandmother, Mary Ann, was your grandfather William's sister. She married Henry Abbott in Vic in 1862. I have quite a list here of how the Swasbrick family (dating from early 1800's) spread out. If you're interested, let me know and I'll email details to you.

ANY information you have on the Swasbrick's would be a bonus !!

Regards - Annette

Re: My Victorian family names (Sharp)

Posted: 1172444352000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Sharp, Stewart, Kerr
Hi,

I have a DAVID SHARP from Scotland arrived Victoria in the 1830's and settled on the Bellarine Peninsula. He married a SUSAN STEWART. David's brother George came out to Australia in 1849 and settled in south Australia where he married Elizabeth Kerr.

If there is any connection with your Sharp family I have quite a bit of info to share.

Regards Trish

Re: My Victorian family names/Swasbrick

Posted: 1183697951000
Classification: Query
Surnames: SWASBRICK
Hi Annette

Sorry for the long delay in replying. I have a fairamount of info too. Maybe we should cross check and see whats new to both of us.
Chhers

Patrice

Re: My Victorian family names/Swasbrick

Posted: 1190194781000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Swasbrick, Courtney
Hi There
I was looking on internet and found your add, John Swasbrick born 1871 married Ann Courtney, I am a relation of Ann. Could you tell me the years that there children John, Jean, George, Florence and David were born and where they died. I only have they names. I could help you with the Courtney side if you are interested.
Thanks heaps
Julie
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