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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,362,827
2 NeilHamilton 3,036,442
3 noelwoodhouse 2,839,879
4 annmanley 2,228,065
5 John.F.Hall 2,097,340

4,362,827 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2017 50,062
February 2017 61,216
January 2017 65,162
December 2016 45,385
November 2016 48,584
October 2016 60,112
September 2016 53,273
August 2016 46,300
July 2016 46,714
June 2016 41,736
May 2016 45,068
April 2016 45,133
March 2016 47,246
February 2016 40,516
January 2016 50,539
December 2015 47,628
November 2015 53,118
October 2015 52,259
September 2015 51,196
August 2015 54,070
July 2015 53,233
June 2015 35,083
May 2015 41,737
April 2015 51,946
March 2015 64,759
February 2015 46,993
January 2015 54,920
December 2014 59,108
November 2014 71,328
October 2014 72,644
September 2014 63,064
August 2014 53,529
July 2014 55,745
June 2014 54,260
May 2014 56,079
April 2014 48,047
March 2014 60,166
February 2014 61,348
January 2014 57,902
December 2013 57,210
November 2013 60,146
October 2013 52,494
September 2013 55,069
August 2013 59,983
July 2013 69,277
June 2013 63,156
May 2013 65,275
April 2013 62,426
March 2013 55,380
February 2013 76,096
January 2013 54,488
December 2012 43,891
November 2012 60,051
October 2012 61,706
September 2012 64,589
August 2012 72,377
July 2012 42,421
June 2012 27,912
May 2012 41,948
April 2012 35,654
March 2012 30,076
February 2012 48,784
January 2012 87,012
December 2011 81,171
November 2011 40,923
October 2011 65,188
September 2011 50,684
August 2011 58,418
July 2011 35,299
June 2011 47,361
May 2011 36,441
April 2011 34,146
March 2011 44,765
February 2011 34,198
January 2011 26,377
December 2010 32,650
November 2010 35,129
October 2010 31,352
September 2010 41,356
August 2010 37,031
July 2010 18,885
June 2010 15,908
May 2010 21,234
April 2010 10,541
March 2010 19,675
February 2010 36,122
January 2010 42,239
December 2009 21,244
November 2009 9,688
October 2009 15,337
September 2009 4,836

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,362,824
2 NeilHamilton 3,036,442
3 noelwoodhouse 2,839,879
4 annmanley 2,227,995
5 John.F.Hall 2,097,335

4,362,824 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2017 50,062
February 2017 61,216
January 2017 65,162
December 2016 45,383
November 2016 48,584
October 2016 60,112
September 2016 53,273
August 2016 46,300
July 2016 46,714
June 2016 41,736
May 2016 45,068
April 2016 45,133
March 2016 47,245
February 2016 40,516
January 2016 50,539
December 2015 47,628
November 2015 53,118
October 2015 52,259
September 2015 51,196
August 2015 54,070
July 2015 53,233
June 2015 35,083
May 2015 41,737
April 2015 51,946
March 2015 64,759
February 2015 46,993
January 2015 54,920
December 2014 59,108
November 2014 71,328
October 2014 72,644
September 2014 63,064
August 2014 53,529
July 2014 55,745
June 2014 54,260
May 2014 56,079
April 2014 48,047
March 2014 60,166
February 2014 61,348
January 2014 57,902
December 2013 57,210
November 2013 60,146
October 2013 52,494
September 2013 55,069
August 2013 59,983
July 2013 69,277
June 2013 63,156
May 2013 65,275
April 2013 62,426
March 2013 55,380
February 2013 76,096
January 2013 54,488
December 2012 43,891
November 2012 60,051
October 2012 61,706
September 2012 64,589
August 2012 72,377
July 2012 42,421
June 2012 27,912
May 2012 41,948
April 2012 35,654
March 2012 30,076
February 2012 48,784
January 2012 87,012
December 2011 81,171
November 2011 40,923
October 2011 65,188
September 2011 50,684
August 2011 58,418
July 2011 35,299
June 2011 47,361
May 2011 36,441
April 2011 34,146
March 2011 44,765
February 2011 34,198
January 2011 26,377
December 2010 32,650
November 2010 35,129
October 2010 31,352
September 2010 41,356
August 2010 37,031
July 2010 18,885
June 2010 15,908
May 2010 21,234
April 2010 10,541
March 2010 19,675
February 2010 36,122
January 2010 42,239
December 2009 21,244
November 2009 9,688
October 2009 15,337
September 2009 4,836

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 mickbrook 72,435
2 murds5 54,106
3 jaybee67 51,712
4 PhilThomas 20,779
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
1198 janilye 3
1199 jayvee59 3
1200 Joanneflack23 3
1201 JohnWarren 3
1202 Julie.Morgan 3
1203 katecurr 3

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PARKES PARS. (Article), The Forbes Advocate (NSW : 1911 - 1954), Tuesday 3 December 1912 [Issue No.104] page 4 2017-03-27 21:34 Mr J. -'M'Donald and t Miss K.
M'Geewere ■ united in . holy bonds at
the R.G. Church on -.Wednesday after
noon. ■,There:.was a-,:large .gathering
Father Campion officiated
downwards .are ■.'"grafters/.';./who take,
an interest and pride in their - work.' n\
" On Tuesday evening .•last;-. at--:;the
M. Klein), of Bumbling-there passed
away; an ^okl and ■ respected: Parkes '
pioneer—Mrs iE.J; Dudley. . ;; -.The.; de
ceased lady, .wlio liadi reached the ripe;
age of 7S, Iiad been1 very ill for some
eight weeks-before her death, and the
end,/-consequently.1,' was not unexpect
Mr William White, of "Greenfield,".
after a. short illness form pneumonia.
Camden, was a son of the late Mi'
age. I-Te liad been resident in the
district for many years, and was wide
nature and strict integrity. Tn ad
he leayes four sons and five daugh
ters."
Mr J. M'Donald and Miss K.
M'Gee were united in holy bonds at
the R.C. Church onWednesday after-
noon. There was a arge gathering
Father Campion officiated.
downwards are "grafters," who take
an interest and pride in their work.
On Tuesday evening last, at the
M. Klein), of Bumbury, there passed
away an old and respected Parkes
pioneer—Mrs E. J. Dudley. The de-
ceased lady, who had reached the ripe
age of 78, had been very ill for some
eight weeks before her death, and the
end, consequently, was not unexpect-
Mr William White, of "Greenfield,"
after a short illness from pneumonia.
Camden, was a son of the late Mr
age. He had been resident in the
district for many years, and was wide-
nature and strict integrity. In ad-
he leayes four sons and five daugh-
ters.
THE LATE JUSTICE O'CONNOR. A NOTABLE CAREER. (Article), The Forbes Advocate (NSW : 1911 - 1954), Friday 22 November 1912 [Issue No.101] page 3 2017-03-27 21:28 THE LATE JUSTICE O'CON
was .brief mention of the- news of the
Federal . High' Court Bench, ' which
night, at;St. Vincent's Private Hospi
tal, •Davlinghurst. Though to his inti
mate friends it was; known that- since
his return from his'trip to England
a -couple of months, ago which would
liite Judge suffered from any com
plaint of a serious nature. -For a con
siderable time he had suffered from,
pernicious anaemia,--and- -eventually
however, rallied for a while; "out heart'
trouble supervened, and- six days
O'Connor, who, was conscious almost
lo the ilast, passed away, very peace
fully in the presence of liis family.
AS far as the Bar of New South
Wales is concerned the following. tri-:
bute from one of its brightest' mem
sentiments of the entire legal fratern
ity of both branches: —"By %Mr Justice
way to the front by his ability and.
mourn his death. In lhe; making "of
great and important part, and . as a
leader in the; first Senate lie; displayed;
conspicuous tact and ability. Hi'sl
subsequent selectiou as one of the first
three members of the High Court of\
^Australia was hailed with universal
aPif. ni, arid was felt to be a well
deserved 'honour for . great services
loyally rendered to'hi'b iia\.i,'-e cGa«f-v
;Hi,s career on the Judicial Bench lias
•.more than- fulfilled: the highest expec
that, while Australia had gained' by
the honour conferred upon him. New"
deprived of the iudicial services of
one of her ablest sons.".. It may be
added that such was the. opinion, held •
in legal circles of the late Mr Justice:
CTConuor's capacity that after the.
death of Sir Frederick Darley the pro
State Chief Justice was'pretty freely,
Mr Justice O'Connor was a son; of
at one time" first clerk of the Assembly,
and afterwards Clerk* of Parliament
from January, 1S60, to March, 1S71.
I-Ie was born in Sydney on August 4,
1851," and received liis early.education
at Lyndhurst College; and the Sydney
subsequently .went to the Sydney -Uni
brilliant career, securing the degree i
of'HRV. ill 1S71, and M.A; two years i
later. 1 For some time he occupied the
position of fourth cleric of tlie-Legis-.
lative "Council,1 and during his occur
pancy of that modest office the deL
ceased probably had no idea that lie
distinguished position in that cham
ber which he: was destined to occupy:
a taste for. literary pursuits, and con
Sydney "Echo." 1-le was also con
of the Ionian . Catholic community.;
He, however, eventually forsook lite
rature for law, and ^studied assidu
ously; and in 1S76. lie was called to '
earnest care "with which he read up.
common law and practice, and ' his
jury the facts upon which he relied^,
and incidentally the weak points , in.
His position' at the Bar was quickly
established, and hi 189(5 he was raised
to the dignity of- Q.C. • When the.
agitation for and against. Australian
Mr O'Connor sought to become a mem
ber of the New South Wales Assem
bly, in order to help on the. cause, but
lie' was defeated. .
On February S, 1SSS, hotvever,'he
took his seat as a member of the Le
rendered valuable service there, until
July, 1S9S, when lie resigned. He
ivas an able, painstaking', and . at
:imes eloquent debater, and it is gen
jrally conceded that his clear insight
nto the merits and demerits of any
neasure sent up from the Assembly
jroved of great assistance to members
n arriving at a decision. He was
vlinistev for Justice in the Dibbs Go
'ernnient from 1S91 to 1S93.1 ' He
ook a prominent part in the", move-,
nent in favor of Australian Federal
Jnion, and was a member of the first
Jonventioji, which framed the Com
monwealth Constitution of 1S97-S. He
iTas also one of the committee of
liree that drew up the bill for con
ideration by the Convention. I-Te
,'*as "returned as a member of the
'ederal Senato for N. S. Wales in
1901, arid in September, 1903, he
In 1S79 the late Judge married Sarah'
Hensleigli, daughter, of the late John
THE LATE JUSTICE O'CON-
was brief mention of the news of the
Federal High Court Bench, which
night, at St. Vincent's Private Hospi-
tal, Darlinghurst. Though to his inti-
mate friends it was known that since
his return from his trip to England
a couple of months ago which would
late Judge suffered from any com-
plaint of a serious nature. For a con-
siderable time he had suffered from
pernicious anaemia, and eventually
however, rallied for a while, but heart
trouble supervened, and six days
O'Connor, who was conscious almost
to the last, passed away very peace-
fully in the presence of his family.
As far as the Bar of New South
Wales is concerned the following tri-
bute from one of its brightest mem-
sentiments of the entire legal fratern-
ity of both branches: —"By Mr Justice
way to the front by his ability and
mourn his death. In the making of
great and important part, and as a
leader in the first Senate he displayed
conspicuous tact and ability. His
subsequent selection as one of the first
three members of the High Court of
Australia was hailed with universal
appeal, and was felt to be a well
deserved honour for great services
loyally rendered to his native country.
His career on the Judicial Bench has
more than fulfilled the highest expec-
that, while Australia had gained by
the honour conferred upon him, New
deprived of the judicial services of
one of her ablest sons." It may be
added that such was the opinion held
O'Connor's capacity that after the
death of Sir Frederick Darley the pro-
State Chief Justice was pretty freely
Mr Justice O'Connor was a son of
at one time first clerk of the Assembly,
and afterwards Clerk of Parliament
from January, 1860, to March, 1871.
He was born in Sydney on August 4,
1851, and received his early education
at Lyndhurst College and the Sydney
subsequently went to the Sydney Uni-
brilliant career, securing the degree
of B.A. in 1871, and M.A. two years
later. For some time he occupied the
position of fourth clerk of the Legis-
lative Council, and during his occu-
pancy of that modest office the de-
ceased probably had no idea that he
distinguished position in that cham-
ber which he was destined to occupy.
a taste for literary pursuits, and con-
Sydney "Echo." He was also con-
of the Roman Catholic community.
He, however, eventually forsook lite-
rature for law, and studied assidu-
ously; and in 1876 he was called to
earnest care with which he read up
common law and practice, and his
jury the facts upon which he relied,
and incidentally the weak points in
His position at the Bar was quickly
established, and in 1896 he was raised
to the dignity of Q.C. When the
agitation for and against Australian
Mr O'Connor sought to become a mem-
ber of the New South Wales Assem-
bly, in order to help on the cause, but
he was defeated.
On February 8, 1888, however, he
took his seat as a member of the Le-
rendered valuable service there until
July, 1898, when he resigned. He
was an able, painstaking, and at
times eloquent debater, and it is gen-
erally conceded that his clear insight
into the merits and demerits of any
measure sent up from the Assembly
proved of great assistance to members
in arriving at a decision. He was
Minister for Justice in the Dibbs Go-
ernment from 1891 to 1893. He
took a prominent part in the move-
ment in favor of Australian Federal
Union, and was a member of the first
Convention, which framed the Com-
monwealth Constitution of 1897-8. He
was also one of the committee of
three that drew up the bill for con-
sideration by the Convention. He
was returned as a member of the
Federal Senate for N. S. Wales in
1901, and in September, 1903, he
In 1879 the late Judge married Sarah
Hensleigh, daughter, of the late John
OUR LADIES' LETTER. (Article), The Forbes Advocate (NSW : 1911 - 1954), Friday 19 July 1912 [Issue No.66] page 2 2017-03-27 21:18 the death of an old identity of jour
nalism, well known as "Boondi" and
old school,, who could wield the pen
sought, and read with the greatest,
avidity. -- Burning questions 'of the
fn it. . His death has created a big
readers throughout the Common
the death of an old identity of jour-
nalism, well known as "Boondi" and
old school, who could wield the pen
sought, and read with the greatest
avidity. Burning questions of the
in it. His death has created a big
readers throughout the Common-
OUR LADIES' LETTER. (Article), The Forbes Advocate (NSW : 1911 - 1954), Friday 5 July 1912 [Issue No.62] page 1 2017-03-27 21:16 our Country Press Association Presi
" dent, the Hon. 3. L. Trefle, M.L.A., in
- his sad bereavement, caused by the
ripe age of 87. Any one, even slight
• must know what a void the death has
■ reverential manner, his father's
The late aged gentleman was of Can
adian-French birth, and in his youth
exploring feats in Canada. Later Tie
Temora, N.S.W., where he had achiev
whom he was justly very proud, and.
more- lasting than brass," he passer
away at his late residence on Thurs
Vaucluse. -Fortunately the fire was
got under before much damage was j
"done. '
our Country Press Association Presi-
dent, the Hon. J. L. Trefle, M.L.A., in
his sad bereavement, caused by the
ripe age of 87. Any one, even slight-
must know what a void the death has
reverential manner, his father's
The late aged gentleman was of Can-
adian-French birth, and in his youth-
exploring feats in Canada. Later he
Temora, N.S.W., where he had achiev-
whom he was justly very proud, and
more lasting than brass," he passed
away at his late residence on Thurs-
Vaucluse. Fortunately the fire was
got under before much damage was
done.
JOTTINGS. (Article), The Forbes Advocate (NSW : 1911 - 1954), Friday 28 June 1912 [Issue No.60] page 4 2017-03-27 21:13 the passing away of one of thosold
trict last Wednesday, known gener
ally as "Jacky the Rat." . V.
the passing away of one of the old-
trict last Wednesday, known gener-
ally as "Jacky the Rat."
District News EUGOWRA. (Article), The Forbes Advocate (NSW : 1911 - 1954), Friday 28 June 1912 [Issue No.60] page 6 2017-03-27 21:12 as "Jacky the Rat." He was '72
years of age. ; The remains were
as "Jacky the Rat." He was 72
years of age. The remains were
PERSONAL. (Article), The Forbes Advocate (NSW : 1911 - 1954), Friday 14 June 1912 [Issue No.53] page 4 2017-03-27 21:11 JVI-r. G. E. Pennefather, district sur
veyor, returned ' to-.Forbes-, on- - Wed
nesday after a month on-sick; leave...
• He -: comes back in -mucli- better
Mr. G. E. Pennefather, district sur-
veyor, returned to Forbes on Wed-
nesday after a month on sick leave.
He comes back in much better
PERSONAL. (Article), The Forbes Advocate (NSW : 1911 - 1954), Friday 14 June 1912 [Issue No.53] page 4 2017-03-27 21:11 In August, 1906, Mr .Mark ,Fitz7
.Hammond, who . was -a dentist* at' Mo-•:
long, died,:and - was: buried: at Batli
urst. (says the. Batliurst"''Times") . A
short; time.after-another-Mark Ham
mond:- died, v The ;-deceased-was •• the.
'father:Of the flrsi-mentionedvland-was
also interred. at-- Batliurst.- Last <week
away at Forbes-^Mark Fitz-Ham
inond,- a son .of the Molong- -dentist.'
in its golden'days, and amassed con
siderable: wealth. - . He later retired,
and came to live at Batliurst. One
•of - -his v youngest - children died-, and
jyas buried-: there. .He. then took up
a' family ;piece of-; land, '- that - being
the reason -lie and- his family, are all
lived in Batliurst for -.over 3 0 years.:
It now.-;transpires that Sir William*
Lyne's second marriage took place .be
tween six and seven years, ago, -be
fore. lie went to the Imperial Confer
ence. -The secret was perfectly kept,:
only i-tliose wjio were at the ceremony
^knowing 'any thing -.about it. Lady
Lyne lias been living at Mosman un
der -her maiden name—she was . a
;.Miss'.'>Janie.''-.Holden';' and - her. ■father
a big property owner. : There is a ■
the marriage. Lady Lyne_ is de
scribed" as- fair-haired, ■:slim, and
slightly/over-the average.height, with
a v fresh ../complexion; She is com-,
paratively- young.
In August, 1906, Mr Mark Fitz-
Hammond, who was a dentist at Mo-
long, died, and was buried at Bath-
urst (says the Bathurst ''Times"). A
short; time after another Mark Ham-
mond died. The deceased was the
father of the first-mentioned, and was
also interred at Bathurst. Last week
away at Forbes—Mark Fitz-Ham-
mond, a son of the Molong dentist.
in its golden days, and amassed con-
siderable wealth. He later retired,
and came to live at Bathurst. One
of his youngest children died, and
was buried there. He then took up
a family piece of land, that being
the reason he and his family are all
lived in Bathurst for over 30 years.
It now transpires that Sir William
Lyne's second marriage took place be
tween six and seven years, ago, be-
fore he went to the Imperial Confer-
ence. The secret was perfectly kept,
only those who were at the ceremony
Lyne has been living at Mosman un-
der her maiden name—she was a
Miss Janie Holden, and her father
a big property owner. There is a
the marriage. Lady Lyne is de-
scribed as- fair-haired, slim, and
slightly over the average height, with
a fresh complexion, She is com-
paratively young.
District News EUGOWRA. (Article), The Forbes Advocate (NSW : 1911 - 1954), Friday 14 June 1912 [Issue No.53] page 6 2017-03-27 21:03 (From Our Own Correspondent!
.There .passed away an old resi
dent, in; the person of Mr R. Shrimp
ton, aged 90 years. , He leaves
behind a grown up family. T •„
(From Our Own Correspondent).
There passed away an old resi-
dent, in the person of Mr R. Shrimp-
ton, aged 90 years. He leaves
behind a grown up family.
WESTERN DISTRICT NEWS. PARS CLIPPED FROM OUR EXCHANGES. GRENFELL. (Article), The Forbes Advocate (NSW : 1911 - 1954), Friday 24 May 1912 [Issue No.48] page 2 2017-03-27 21:01 WESTERN DISTRICT HEWS.
■ Miss . Robinson, teacher of .the
.Quandong-school, Cowra road, did not
holiday's,"and as a _conseauence the
Another teacher is about to be ap
A linesman named James Poole, en
gaged; in erecting some-of the new
exchange, met with a painful acci
office, when by some means he.slip
ped,-'the ladder also coming down on
top of him. An examination show
ed-that one of his legs .was broken
to the hospital, where he "now remains
under-treatment.
Another old ..and much respected
•resident of the district passed away
on Friday, at'.'-'Elksley," Bimbi-road,
iu the person of Miss Ryall. "The
deceased, who was 5 S years of age,
has been- suffering for some time,-we
the cause of- death. She was a sis
W. S. Ryall (Forest Officer, Gren
Mr W. A. Marshall, assistant tea
cher at Grenfell S.P. School, lias re
lose him. ■ The move, we believe,
means promotion. :
of an offence under Section- 3 of the
1903," ":and was sentenced to two
.labor, the Bench recommending (in
substitution for this sentence) his im
order of the Minister. Before Mr II.
charged' with steaiing a gold -, ring,
the property of Edward; Hammond.
Accused declined summary jurisdic
i next ; Grenfell '."Quarter; Sessions . on
i Mr G. H. Wilder; the oldest share
farmer at present- on Iandra, he hav
ing been there; now for .17 years, had
a stroke of: bad luck: the week' before
last through fire. "While all were
away from the place at about . 4
o'clock one ' afternoon, 'a shed - con
taining about 12£ tons.of prime chaff,
together with 50 bags -of cracked
wheat and -other - things, caught
alight; and-was totally destroyed. Al
though Mr Wilder estimates :his loss
•k. Mr Pridham, engineer of the
Department,-is again - in "Grenfell to
advise the Municipal Cmiucil as to
more marked now than during'any
previous dry, spell we have experi
enced, house tank's, with■ very few ex-.
tions, being empty, ana wells sup
out. • Mr Pridham has not yet fin
spected the springs near the. Chinese
gardens on. the Goolagong road and
many wells, lie will .report during
the next day or .two. In the mean
for domestic use be drawn ■ from the
death' in an extraordinary manner
got into a haystack, and whilst- he
was inside the - stack - became
ignited.' In a few seconds it was
blazing fiercely, and the old mau was
WESTERN DISTRICT NEWS.
Miss Robinson, teacher of the
Quandong school, Cowra road, did not
holiday's, and as a consequence the
Another teacher is about to be ap-
A linesman named James Poole, en-
gaged in erecting some of the new
exchange, met with a painful acci-
office, when by some means he slip-
ped, the ladder also coming down on
top of him. An examination show-
ed that one of his legs was broken
to the hospital, where he now remains
under treatment.
Another old and much respected
resident of the district passed away
on Friday, at ''Elksley," Bimbi-road,
in the person of Miss Ryall. The
deceased, who was 58 years of age,
has been suffering for some time, we
the cause of death. She was a sis-
W. S. Ryall (Forest Officer, Gren-
Mr W. A. Marshall, assistant tea-
cher at Grenfell S.P. School, lias re-
lose him. The move, we believe,
means promotion.
of an offence under Section 3 of the
1903," and was sentenced to two
labor, the Bench recommending (in
substitution for this sentence) his im-
order of the Minister. Before Mr H.
charged with stealing a gold ring,
the property of Edward Hammond.
Accused declined summary jurisdic-
next Grenfell Quarter Sessions on
Mr G. H. Wilder, the oldest share-
farmer at present on Iandra, he hav-
ing been there now for 17 years, had
a stroke of bad luck the week before
last through fire. While all were
away from the place at about 4
o'clock one afternoon, a shed con-
taining about 12½ tons of prime chaff,
together with 50 bags of cracked
wheat and other -hings, caught
alight and was totally destroyed. Al-
though Mr Wilder estimates his loss
Mr Pridham, engineer of the
Department, is again in Grenfell to
advise the Municipal Council as to
more marked now than during any
previous dry spell we have experi-
enced, house tank's, with very few ex-
tions, being empty, and wells sup-
out. Mr Pridham has not yet fin
spected the springs near the Chinese
gardens on the Goolagong road and
many wells, he will report during
the next day or two. In the mean
for domestic use be drawn from the
death in an extraordinary manner
got into a haystack, and whilst he
was inside the stack became
ignited. In a few seconds it was
blazing fiercely, and the old man was

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    Descendants of George Cobham Watson and Ann Percival Martyr

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  3. Ernest H Martyr
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    These are all the articles that I can find that cover the murder of my great grandfather, in which my great grandmother was aslo charged. Unfortunately there is no evidence so far, here or in the State Archives, of what happened to Kate Callighan.

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  4. Foggo
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    Foggo BDM entries

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  5. George Martyr 1819
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    Articles relating to my maternal Great Great Grandfather

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  6. George Martyr General
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    General items that include mention of George Martyr, Goulburn.

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  7. Gibson
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    Gibson related entries

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  8. Goulburn Volunteer Rifles dispute
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    A dispute that prominently included George Martyr.

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  9. Griffith
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    Husband of Lorraine Warren's family

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  10. Hoggard, Donovan
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    Relatives of F E Warren

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    created by: public:JohnWarren 2013-04-19
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  11. James Martyr
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    Sydney, Owner of Patent Slip

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    created by: public:JohnWarren 2011-01-04
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  12. Joesph Martyr 1857 Adelaide
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    Items relating directly to Joseph Martyr (also in George Martyr 1819 list).

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  13. John James Martyr
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    of Maitland area.

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  14. Joseph Martyr 1822
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    Joseph Martyr, Solicitor, Victoria

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  15. Martyr - Other related
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    Items for other Martyr's relatives

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  16. Mecham
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    Relatives - two MEcham brothers married 2 Martyr sisters

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    created by: public:JohnWarren 2011-05-08
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  17. Morcom
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    Decendants of Joel Morcom

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    created by: public:JohnWarren 2013-11-06
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  18. Otford Martyrs
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    These are from Otford, Kent, and not known to be related to our Greenwich Martyr's, according to Tony Marter.

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    Rating: r5/5
  19. Shelley
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    104 items
    created by: public:JohnWarren 2013-06-05
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  20. Thomas William Lockyer Martyr
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    127 items
    created by: public:JohnWarren 2011-01-04
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  21. Unknown Martyrs
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    Those that currently are not part of Otford or Greenwich Martyrs

    21 items
    created by: public:JohnWarren 2011-02-08
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  22. Warren related
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    Persons related to us.

    57 items
    created by: public:JohnWarren 2013-06-22
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