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1 JohnWarren 4,767,434
2 NeilHamilton 3,239,598
3 noelwoodhouse 3,230,587
4 John.F.Hall 2,468,267
5 annmanley 2,277,348
...
1724 LBoyce99 15,152
1725 camclaren 15,150
1726 WLMoore 15,132
1727 Bylong4566valley 15,115
1728 Norm.Bray 15,093
1729 Crosbie 15,091

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Corrections by month

November 2017 169
October 2017 308
September 2017 1,679
August 2017 4,133
July 2017 2,599
June 2017 1,622
May 2017 202
April 2017 1,097
February 2017 389
January 2017 2,517
December 2016 269
November 2016 131

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,767,381
2 NeilHamilton 3,239,469
3 noelwoodhouse 3,230,587
4 John.F.Hall 2,468,261
5 annmanley 2,277,278
...
1725 Crosbie 15,091
1726 mike2020 15,082
1727 henzell 15,069
1728 Bylong4566valley 15,065
1729 Quirk 15,059
1730 jodielunson 15,058

15,065 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2017 169
October 2017 308
September 2017 1,679
August 2017 4,133
July 2017 2,587
June 2017 1,620
May 2017 197
April 2017 1,097
February 2017 389
January 2017 2,516
December 2016 239
November 2016 131

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 103,798
2 mickbrook 99,971
3 murds5 61,555
4 PhilThomas 48,873
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
354 tinofbeans 51
355 wdcover 51
356 bevruth 50
357 Bylong4566valley 50
358 GwynP 50
359 garymilthorpe 49

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July 2017 12
June 2017 2
May 2017 5
January 2017 1
December 2016 30


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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 24 February 1947 [Issue No.34,063] page 14 2017-11-28 19:03 JOHNSON John Joseph -February 22
1947 at a private hospital Darlinghurst
John Joseph Johnson of 52 Chappel Steet
Marrickville loved son of Mrs M A Johnson,
JOHNSON John Joseph --February 22
1947 at a private hospital, Darlinghurst
John Joseph Johnson, of 52 Chappel Street,
Marrickville loved son of Mrs. M. A. Johnson,
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 27 April 1918 [Issue No.25,057] page 12 2017-11-28 18:56 Johnson, of Bygalorie?, Cabramatta.
Johnson, of Pyzalude, Cabramatta.
OBITUARY JOHN THOMAS JOHNSON (Article), Windsor and Richmond Gazette (NSW : 1888 - 1954), Friday 4 July 1924 [Issue No.1916] page 3 2017-11-27 20:10 a building contractor in Windsor, and own
well-liked man., He leaves a grown-up fam
on the 27th June and interred in St. Mat
MRS ANNIE TURNER ' ' j
Mrs. Annie Turner, . widow of the late
William. Turner, a lady well-known and
runuu'ra last week. Deceased, who had re- '
sidect with her family at The Slopes for a
number of yoars, recently left the district
v/'ch her throo daughters, tho eldest of
wbrm, Mjes Inez Turn or 'launched out in bu
siness at Turrarniirra. Two sons — Amos
and G coffer;- — remained at Tho Slopes,
whore they arc well-known orchartlists. Tho
came out some years ago ? to Queensland,
where she met and married the late Wil
liam Turner. She was a modc-1 mother, and '
a good neighbor to all who lived near her, :
and her many merits will be missed now i
brought to ,Kurrajong on Friday last and in- i
tc-rred in St. Gregory's R.C. Cornetei-y, Rev. ?:
Father Darby officiating at tho graveside.
Mrs. .R. E. Swords, died at her home Pen
insula, Windsor : on the 22nd June, at the ;
been twice mar-ried arid her first husband,
(Mr, Frederick Fewings), died some ten
years ago. She was the third daughter of ?
the late Jchn Paull and Mrs. S. Paull, of i
Pitt Town. She was born: in Pitt Town
where slfe was well known as a girl and a
and her -husband resided in Windsor and
sorrowing husba-nd and three daughters of
of Granville), Ethel (Mrs. W. Bush, of Neu
tral Bay), and Thelma (Windsor). The fu
June, from her late residence, where a largo
concourse of relatives and friends assem
took place at the Church of England ceme
^ Swords was a good ' Christian woman. She
Christian fortitude. She was much beioved
a building contractor in Windsor, and own-
well-liked man., He leaves a grown-up fam-
on the 27th June and interred in St. Mat-
MRS ANNIE TURNER
Mrs. Annie Turner, widow of the late
William Turner, a lady well-known and
runuu'ra last week. Deceased, who had re-
sided with her family at The Slopes for a
number of years, recently left the district
which her three daughters, the eldest of
whom, Miss Inez Turner launched out in bu-
siness at Turrarnurra. Two sons — Amos
and Geoffery — remained at The Slopes,
where they are well-known orchardists. The
came out some years ago to Queensland,
where she met and married the late Wil-
liam Turner. She was a model mother, and
a good neighbor to all who lived near her,
and her many merits will be missed now
brought to Kurrajong on Friday last and in-
terred in St. Gregory's R.C. Cemetery, Rev.
Father Darby officiating at the graveside.
Mrs. R. E. Swords, died at her home Pen-
insula, Windsor on the 22nd June, at the
been twice married and her first husband,
(Mr. Frederick Fewings), died some ten
years ago. She was the third daughter of
the late John Paull and Mrs. S. Paull, of
Pitt Town. She was born in Pitt Town
where she was well known as a girl and a
and her husband resided in Windsor and
sorrowing husband and three daughters of
of Granville), Ethel (Mrs. W. Bush, of Neu-
tral Bay), and Thelma (Windsor). The fu-
June, from her late residence, where a large
concourse of relatives and friends assem-
took place at the Church of England ceme-
Swords was a good Christian woman. She
Christian fortitude. She was much beloved
DEATH OF THOMAS JOHNSON. (Article), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954), Monday 20 August 1906 [Issue No.9915] page 6 2017-11-27 19:59 Thomas Johnson, who died in the Malt
land Hospital on Friday morning of in
juries to his throat, was concluded on Sat
urday, at the West Ma:tland Police Court,
before Mr. Stephen Murphy, actlung-coro
wanderlng at 3.45 a.m. on Thursday near
Hussey saw deceased at 7 a.m. on Thurs
lday, lying in Railway-street. His head
Thomas Johnson, who died in the Mait-
land Hospital on Friday morning of in-
juries to his throat, was concluded on Sat-
urday, at the West Maitland Police Court,
before Mr. Stephen Murphy, acting-coro-
wandering at 3.45 a.m. on Thursday near
Hussey saw deceased at 7 a.m. on Thurs-
day, lying in Railway-street. His head
MR. THOMAS JOHNSON. (Article), Nambucca and Bellinger News (NSW : 1911 - 1945), Friday 20 February 1942 [Issue No.1861] page 2 2017-11-27 19:55 The death . occurred on 26th Jan
of the Nambucca district.. He had
been employed on ferry -punts here
days after the fall, when he com
plained of head pains and was ad
concussion. An unsuccessful opera
-weeks later at the Lower Clarence
Johnson is survived by three child
The death occurred on 26th Jan-
of the Nambucca district. He had
been employed on ferry punts here
days after the fall, when he com-
plained of head pains and was ad-
concussion. An unsuccessful opera-
weeks later at the Lower Clarence
Johnson is survived by three child-
Family Notices (Family Notices), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Monday 24 September 1906 page 2 2017-11-27 19:29 IN .EilEfiORSaRfl.
this life at Foster's 'Valley, 23rd Sep
- tember, 1905, Aged 90 years,
I cannot clasp your hand, clear father,
Your face I cannot see, '
IN MEMORIAM.
this life at Foster's Valley, 23rd Sep-
tember, 1905, Aged 90 years.
I cannot clasp your hand, dear father,
Your face I cannot see,
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 18 October 1952 [Issue No.30,412] page 23 2017-11-23 10:41 O'HARA, —On October 16, at'
Morwcll, Kathcrine ifcobel,
.O'Hara, dearly beloved wife of the
late J, W. O'Hara, of Ylnnar and
Mofwell; loving' mother of Margaret
and -Douglas; fond mother-in-law of
Ariel and. Eric; -loved nanan.of -Mar-
garetf Graeme, Howcna and Gall. .
TIbATERSON.— On October 12. at
O'HARA, —On October 16, at
Morwell, Katherine Isobel,
O'Hara, dearly beloved wife of the
late J. W. O'Hara, of Yinnar and
Morwell; loving mother of Margaret
and Douglas; fond mother-in-law of
Ariel and Eric; loved nanan of Mar-
garet, Graeme, Rowena and Gail.
PATERSON.— On October 12. at
DECEASED PERSONS ESTATES PROBATES AND ADMINISTRATIONS. Perth. Jan. 2. (Detailed lists, results, guides), Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), Friday 3 January 1919 [Issue No.6137] page 4 2017-11-13 07:47 'DECEASED PERSONS' ESTATES
DECEASED PERSONS' ESTATES
DECEASED PERSONS ESTATES PROBATES AND ADMINISTRATIONS. Perth. Jan. 2. (Detailed lists, results, guides), Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), Friday 3 January 1919 [Issue No.6137] page 4 2017-11-13 07:46 ''DECEASED PERSONS' ESTATES
'DECEASED PERSONS' ESTATES
DECEASED PERSONS ESTATES PROBATES AND ADMINISTRATIONS. Perth. Jan. 2. (Detailed lists, results, guides), Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950), Friday 3 January 1919 [Issue No.6137] page 4 2017-11-13 07:46 ''DECEASED Pi»iSJ ESTATES'
PROBATES AND ADMINISTRA
Supreme Court to-day were the fol
Daniel Jardine, late of Frem-antie*
late of Cartmeticup, to John Row
William Howard Davies, late ol
Toodyay, to Samuel Da-vies, £104.
Moyle, £325. .
Evelyn Green Easton,. late;' of
George Henry Manley, late .0^ '
Subiaco, to Annie Elizabeth Man
ley, £499: . ? .
Mary Oriol, late of East Perth, ?
Thomas Wilkinson Howe, late ' o£
Boy Heathcote Rutland, late of
Frank1 Spencer, late of Welling
£410. . ;.
William Brice, late of. West'
Walter Henry Hitchcock, late of '
Ellen Ruby Squires, late oJ
Williams, junr., £198.
near Geraldton, to, Leslie Messen
ger, amount not stated. :
Wallaeey, County Chester, Eng
Elizabeth Hudson, late of Fre
Joseph. Lysaght, late of Cook,
South Australia, to Rosina- Ly
£192. ?
£122. ? ? y
£174. .'' .
John Smith, late of Feysville,, to
'ft ill Annexed.
Walter Lyden, late of Bridge
attorney of Ceciile Elizabeth Lyden, ??
Albert Roy Retchford, late o?
£118. '
''DECEASED PERSONS' ESTATES
PROBATES AND ADMINISTRA-
Supreme Court to-day were the fol-
Daniel Jardine, late of Fremantle
late of Cartmeticup, to John Row-
William Howard Davies, late of
Toodyay, to Samuel Davies, £104.
Moyle, £325.
Evelyn Green Easton, late of
George Henry Manley, late of
Subiaco, to Annie Elizabeth Man-
ley, £499.
Mary Oriol, late of East Perth,
Thomas Wilkinson Howe, late of
Roy Heathcote Rutland, late of
Frank Spencer, late of Welling-
£410.
William Brice, late of West
Walter Henry Hitchcock, late of
Ellen Ruby Squires, late of
Williams, junr., £193.
near Geraldton, to, Leslie Messen-
ger, amount not stated.
Wallasey, County Chester, Eng-
Elizabeth Hudson, late of Fre-
Joseph Lysaght, late of Cook,
South Australia, to Rosina Ly-
£192.
£122.
£174.
John Smith, late of Feysville, to
Will Annexed.
Walter Lyden, late of Bridge-
attorney of Ceciile Elizabeth Lyden,
Albert Roy Retchford, late of
£118.

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