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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,507,235
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,265
3 noelwoodhouse 2,971,734
4 annmanley 2,242,456
5 John.F.Hall 2,201,074
...
427 Hugcar 81,905
428 MervynE 81,887
429 Algeric 81,849
430 EricTheRed 81,697
431 KeithBinney 81,507
432 hilda-maclean 81,285

81,697 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 127
April 2017 6
March 2017 731
February 2017 4
January 2017 324
September 2016 48
July 2016 387
June 2016 331
May 2016 4,224
April 2016 13,955
March 2016 4,951
January 2016 637
December 2015 193
November 2015 27
July 2015 102
June 2015 180
May 2015 943
April 2015 2,042
March 2015 101
January 2015 697
December 2014 28
July 2014 15
May 2014 168
April 2014 120
March 2014 852
February 2014 215
January 2014 448
December 2013 30
November 2013 202
October 2013 686
August 2013 65
July 2013 423
June 2013 2,008
May 2013 56
March 2013 20
January 2013 603
December 2012 340
November 2012 335
October 2012 166
September 2012 4,479
August 2012 2,894
July 2012 926
June 2012 1,548
May 2012 916
April 2012 308
February 2012 693
January 2012 6,000
December 2011 941
November 2011 8,289
October 2011 2,301
September 2011 3,947
August 2011 299
June 2011 3,564
May 2011 379
April 2011 21
March 2011 586
February 2011 187
January 2011 17
October 2010 993
September 2010 1,765
August 2010 1,254
July 2010 444
June 2010 181
May 2010 169
March 2010 205
February 2010 14
September 2009 404
August 2009 303
February 2009 305
January 2009 259
October 2008 14
September 2008 302

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,507,204
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,265
3 noelwoodhouse 2,971,734
4 annmanley 2,242,386
5 John.F.Hall 2,201,069
...
541 Julie. 61,809
542 jeansieguy 61,642
543 dumas 61,576
544 EricTheRed 61,455
545 rosrobertson 61,388
546 JulesLaurent 61,083

61,455 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 127
April 2017 6
March 2017 362
February 2017 4
January 2017 324
September 2016 48
July 2016 387
June 2016 238
May 2016 1,169
April 2016 1,294
March 2016 887
January 2016 637
December 2015 193
November 2015 27
July 2015 102
June 2015 180
May 2015 943
April 2015 2,042
March 2015 101
January 2015 697
December 2014 28
July 2014 15
May 2014 168
April 2014 120
March 2014 852
February 2014 215
January 2014 448
December 2013 30
November 2013 202
October 2013 686
August 2013 65
July 2013 423
June 2013 2,008
May 2013 56
March 2013 20
January 2013 603
December 2012 340
November 2012 335
October 2012 166
September 2012 4,479
August 2012 2,894
July 2012 926
June 2012 1,548
May 2012 916
April 2012 308
February 2012 693
January 2012 6,000
December 2011 941
November 2011 8,289
October 2011 2,301
September 2011 3,947
August 2011 299
June 2011 3,564
May 2011 379
April 2011 21
March 2011 586
February 2011 187
January 2011 17
October 2010 993
September 2010 1,765
August 2010 1,254
July 2010 444
June 2010 181
May 2010 169
March 2010 205
February 2010 14
September 2009 404
August 2009 303
February 2009 305
January 2009 259
October 2008 14
September 2008 302

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 97,289
2 mickbrook 84,933
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 27,587
5 EricTheRed 20,242
6 Stephans 19,868
7 ctrlgeek 16,986

20,242 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2017 369
June 2016 93
May 2016 3,055
April 2016 12,661
March 2016 4,064


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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 23 July 1943 [Issue No.32,940] page 10 2017-06-22 00:22 DEIN. --'1 np,n,llil"i «ntl Friends of Mr
? " .,,. n} £eln,"n'1 ,'ml|5 Äre k'"dlv Invited
wife £*d lui, f,lncn' "I his Searls hcloved
Wife nnd their nenr Mother Fd th Mas to
NWow°;,,r Ç^;^cr^^.Hc"T", 24 enmore Roid
for Sí"«, .Th" AJlp.Innon nl ' ,S nd'^k
Í LI. Northern Rubu'bs Crfmntoiltim Labor
L,!?L F«nc-al Limited 24 TJnmrre Roid
ïïxnî-Mn«,.^Phnri'' 'A2777 (4 lines)
DEIN.—The Relatives and Friends of Mr.
Frank Dein and Family are kindly invited
to attend the Funeral of his dearly beloved
Wife and their dear Mother, Edith May; to
leave our Funeral Home, 24 Enmore Road,
Newtown. This Afternoon, at 1.15 o'clock
for the Northern Suburbs Crematorium. Labor
Motor Funerals Limited, 24 Enmore Road,
Newtown. 'Phones, LA2777 (4 lines).
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 23 July 1943 [Issue No.32,940] page 10 2017-06-22 00:10 DEIN -lull 22 1041 at Marrlckillle Edit»
Mas dcarlv beloied «vlfe of Frank Dein and
loved mother oí Minnie Ma« Line! Chaine
Beiyl Eileen and Jim aged R2 «ears At rest
DEIN.—July 22, 1943, at Marrickville, Edith
May, dearly beloved wife of Frank Dein and
loved mother of Minnie, May, Ethel, Charlie,
Beryl, Eileen, and Jim, aged 62 years. At rest.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 27 July 1948 [Issue No.34,507] page 12 2017-06-21 17:57 1948 at Royal Princo Alfred Hospital
_rUNERVLS_
Sydnes and Suburbs
DEIN-The Relatives and Friends of
Funeral to leave our Chapel 183 Rowe
Street Eastwood, This Tuesday at 11.15
am for Northern Suburbs Crematorium
Wood Coffill Limited Sydney and East
wood Phone M4611 and WL1621
1948, at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital,
FUNERALS
Sydney and Suburbs.
DEIN.—he Relatives and Friends of
Funeral to leave our Chapel, 183 Rowe
Street, Eastwood, This Tuesday, at 11.15
am for Northern Suburbs Crematorium.
Wood Coffill Limited Sydney and East-
wood. Phone M4611 and WL1621.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 27 July 1948 [Issue No.34,507] page 12 2017-06-21 17:53 BYYLEY Edith -July 26 1948 at
BEE Jasper Oswald - July 26 1943
BROUGHTON Mary Anne -July 25
Broughton of Gadara Gilmore aged 86
years
CIIARTFRS Alfred -July 20 1948 Of
YVebb Street Gosford aged 69 years
CHRISTIE Ylcxandcr Archibald -
July 24 1948 at Lewisham Hospital be
DAY IS Herbert George -July 26
DEIN Adam Francis -July 26 1948
at his brother's residence 54 East Par
ade Eastwood dearly beloved husband
of the late Edith May Dein and loving
father of Minnie (Mrs M. Smith) May
(Mrs H. Smith) Ethel (Mrs J.
Romero) Beryl (Mrs B. Ison) Charlie,
Eileen (Mrs K. Hlggison) and Jim
aged 66 years At rest
DEIN Adam Francis -July 26 1948
at his brother's residence 54 East
Parade Eastwood, dearly beloved eldest
Dein and loving brother of Lydia (de
ceased). Minnie, Charles, May, Elizabeth,
Nell, Alice (deceased), Gladys (deceased)
and Martha (deceased)
DUNDON Stephen Francis -July 26
BAYLEY, Edith.—July 26, 1948, at
BEE, Jasper Oswald.—July 26, 1948,
BROUGHTON, Mary Anne.—July 25,
1948, widow of the late J. H. E.
Broughton, of Gadara, Gilmore, aged 86
years.
CHARTFRS, Alfred.—July 26, 1948, of
Webb Street, Gosford, aged 69 years.
CHRISTIE, Alexander Archibald.—
July 24, 1948, at Lewisham Hospital, be-
DAVIS, Herbert George.—July 26,
DEIN, Adam Francis.—July 26, 1948,
at his brother's residence, 54 East Par-
ade, Eastwood, dearly beloved husband
of the late Edith May Dein, and loving
father of Minnie (Mrs. M. Smith), May
(Mrs. H. Smith), Ethel (Mrs. J.
Romero), Beryl (Mrs. B. Ison), Charlie,
Eileen (Mrs K. Higgison), and Jim,
aged 66 years. At rest.
DEIN, Adam Francis.—July 26, 1948,
at his brother's residence, 54 East
Parade, Eastwood, dearly beloved eldest
Dein, and loving brother of Lydia (de-
ceased), Minnie, Charles, May, Elizabeth,
Nell, Alice (deceased), Gladys (deceased),
and Martha (deceased).
DUNDON, Stephen Francis.—July 26,
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 27 July 1948 [Issue No.34,507] page 12 2017-06-21 17:45 BYNGEL - July 21 at St Monans
Cremorne to Mr and Mrs r H Ban
eel-a son
BARRETT (nee Grant) -^luly 23, at
Royal Hospital Paddington to Lloyd
and Mahnte-a son (Grahame Grant)
BLCK (nee Nuttoll) -July 25 at
Hopewood House private hospital to
Jean and Syd-a daughter (Susan
Margaret)
LAYIPBELL -July 7 at Kandang
Kerbau Hospital Singapore to Margaret
wife of Alan Campbell-a daughter
DUNN (nee Booth) -July 24 at St.
and Mrs Brian Dunn-a sou
FORISTAL - July 24 at Sanitarium,
Wahroonga, to Mr and Mrs Alan Foris
tal - a daughter.
GOW -July 21 at Women s Hospital
D R Gow of Epping-a son"
HANNAH -July 21 at St Luke s to
Laurel and Nevell-a son (Christopher
Leigh)
HARRIES -July 23 at Margaret
private hospital Darlinghurst to Bar
bara wife of Justin Harries-a son
(David)
HAYVKES (Browne)-July 11 at
Rosehill private hospital Bentleigh Vic
to Valerie and Leslie-a daughter (Lyn-
ette Susanne)
JENKINb (nee Harrison) -July 21
at Canberra private hospital Lidcombe
to Judy and Phil-a daughter (Penelope
Anne)
LEWIS (nee Oxley)-July 25 1948.
at Mater Misericordia« to Nance and
Eric-a son (Mork Anthony)
LUDSKl (neo Josephson) -July 23
.» at St Luke s Hospital to Claire and
Joel-a son (Phillip Paul) Both well
MCFADDEN -July 17 at Women s
Hospital to Mr and Mrs C E McFad
den-a son (Robert Anthony)
OZARD (nee Power) -July 24 at
Denistone House Ryde to Iris and Don
-a son (John Hillary)
SlthitlNGHAM (nee Kohn) -July 19
at Fairlight private hospital Manly to
John and Jean-a daughter (Jan)
SPFED -July 21 at Englewood Bur
wood to Mr and Mrs Jack Speed of
Concord-a daughter (Marilyn Cecelia)
INGAGEMENTS
FITCH-YYILKINSON-Yvonne only
GILYIORE-BON NCR -Jean R util
LLE-MILES -Annette second daugh
O CONNOR LAIFAX -Mary youngest
daughter of Mrs A T Laffan and the
la e Mr YV Laffan of Kew (Melbourne)
to Hilton second son of the late Mr and
' YVILSON-YY HENMAN -Beryl young-
est daughter of Mr and Mrs H When
man of Ryde to William youngest
son of Mr and Mrs T Wilson of
Pearl Besch_
GOLDEN VYEDDINGS
SCARLETT- WILLIAMS -July 27
1898 at Gcgedzerick Berridale by the
Rev Shart Ernest Scarlett to Jessie
Ann Williams Present address 31
York Street Belmore
BANGEL.—July 21 at St Monans,
Cremorne to Mr. and Mrs. F.H. Ban-
gel—a son.
BARRETT (nee Grant).—July 23, at
Royal Hospital, Paddington, to Lloyd
and Maimie—a son (Grahame Grant).
BUCK (nee Nuttall).—July 25 at
Hopewood House private hospital, to
Jean and Syd—a daughter (Susan
Margaret).
CAMPBELL.—July 7 at Kandang
Kerbau Hospital, Singapore, to Margaret,
wife of Alan Campbell—a daughter.
DUNN (nee Booth).—July 24 at St.
Margaret's Hospital, Darlinghurst, to Dr.
and Mrs Brian Dunn—a son.
FORISTAL.—July 24 at Sanitarium,
Wahroonga, to Mr. and Mrs. Alan Foris-
tal—a daughter.
GOW.—July 21, at Women's Hospital,
Crown Street (private), to Mr., and Mrs.
D. R. Gow of Epping—a son.
HANNAH.—July 21, at St Luke's, to
Laurel and Nevell—a son (Christopher
Leigh).
HARRIES.—July 23, at Margaret
private hospital, Darlinghurst, to Bar-
bara, wife of Justin Harries—a son
(David).
HAWKES (Browne).—July 11, at
Rosehill private hospital, Bentleigh. Vic.,
to Valerie and Leslie—a daughter (Lyn-
ette Susanne).
JENKINS (nee Harrison).—July 21,
at Canberra private hospital, Lidcombe,
to Judy and Phil—a daughter (Penelope
Anne).
LEWIS (nee Oxley).—July 25, 1948,
at Mater Misericordiae, to Nance and
Eric—a son (Mark Anthony).
LUDSKI (nee Josephson).—July 23,
at St Luke's Hospital, to Claire and
Joel—a son (Phillip Paul). Both well.
McFadden.—July 17, at Women's
Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McFad-
den—a son (Robert Anthony).
OZARD (nee Power).—July 24, at
Denistone House, Ryde, to Iris and Don
—a son (John Hillary).
SHERINGHAM (nee Kohn).—July 19,
at Fairlight private hospital, Manly, to
John and Jean—a daughter (Jan).
SPEED.—July 21, at Englewood, Bur-
wood to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Speed, of
Concord—a daughter (Marilyn Cecelia).
ENGAGEMENTS
FITCH-WILKINSON.—Yvonne, only
GILMORE—BONNER.—Jean Ruth,
LEE—MILES.—Annette, second daugh-
O'CONNOR-LAFFAN.—Mary, youngest
daughter of Mrs. A. T. Laffan and the
late Mr. W. Laffan, of Kew (Melbourne),
to Hilton, second son of the late Mr. and
Mrs. A. O'Connor, of Sydney.
WILSON—WHENMAN.—Beryl, young-
est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. When-
man, of Ryde, to William, youngest
son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Wilson, of
Pearl Beach.
GOLDEN WEDDINGS
SCARLETT—WILLIAMS.—July 27,
1898, at Gegedzerick, Berridale, by the
Rev. Shart, Ernest Scarlett to Jessie
Ann Williams. Present address: 31
York Street, Belmore.
Classified Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Thursday 18 December 1823 [Issue No.1048] page 1 2017-04-22 19:33 Colonial Secretary's Office, Dec. l8, 1823.
PORT MACQUARIE CEDAR.-Ship Owners, de-
F. Goulburn, Colonial Secretary.
COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, Dec. l8, 1823.
PORT MACQUARIE CEDAR.—Ship Owners, de-
F. GOULBURN, Colonial Secretary.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Herald (NSW : 1831 - 1842), Monday 10 December 1832 [Issue No.117] page 4 2017-04-20 02:02 Thomas Haine, of a daughter.
THOMAS RAINE, of a daughter.
No title (Article), The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 - 1848), Wednesday 26 March 1828 [Issue No.286] page 2 2017-03-28 18:54 party there, overtook on.?, wham they spoared, lo diaatlrr-tlie,.
other two narrowjy escaping? ; , ? : , ... . . .. ?.. ?„ .-
At a- late-Court of .Qwarler. gespipns, the appeaLof.Mn
Kermode againstr two eqimcfrh/sVjTor .'employing- rupaway
c onvicts came .to be liieard,; %:, The, result was a quasjung.pl
the, convictions. ????'?r ?-? ;. .; ''_~'^~''\ . ' -. .',' ' ' ?'.' ;
1 The Govern menir of Van Diero&iXLarid are slid', to have
biied the co'mmodidus mansion of vBeliyue. Tbr a female -;-t-r-,
phnn school, r. -.-- ' ;;^: « ::'pr—' ?»_//* j^' ?
The cargo of the' Harvey for England ihclur]ed.54p bales-
of' wool, 10 casks eKtra t bark,. 50.tons 'dry ditto', 1 IB logs
the oak, Ul pieces- cedar,' ' 256 'Mae -: gum- planks, and' lo
r nsksEeal skina. Mr. Andrew Aridefsbn,. John James, Jacob
Hunter, T. Fentonj -John' Gil band- senior and junior, vW;
Jackson, D. Regan,. E;Haskins,, and Bryan Brad yi-wwe- the
passengers. ' .'.. '. '.? v::.-' ??'. ' r*'-'-r-'':' .-:— -''' '? £_? ??'? ' '?'
party there, overtook one, whom they speared to death—the
other two narrowly escaping.
At a late Court of Quarter Sessions, the appeal of Mr.
Kermode against two convictions for employing runaway
convicts came to be heard. The result was a quashing of
the convictions.
The Government of Van Diemen's Land are said to have
hired the commodious mansion of Bellvue for a female or-
phan school.
The cargo of the Harvey for England included 545 bales
of' wool, 10 casks extract bark, 50 tons dry ditto, 112 logs
she oak, 141 pieces cedar, 256 blue gum planks, and 15
casks seal skins. Mr. Andrew Anderson, John James, Jacob
Hunter, T. Fenton, John Gilband senior and junior, W.
Jackson, D. Regan, E. Haskins, and Bryan Brady, were the
passengers.

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