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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,778,782
2 noelwoodhouse 3,894,667
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,269,118
5 Rhonda.M 3,091,187
...
3125 iandownie 8,257
3126 Adele 8,253
3127 jelkin 8,244
3128 EHegarty 8,238
3129 PennyT 8,236
3130 janicee 8,231

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September 2019 94
August 2019 46
July 2019 76
June 2019 57
April 2019 4
March 2019 60
February 2019 7
January 2019 1
December 2018 8
November 2018 20
October 2018 43
September 2018 17
August 2018 155
July 2018 182
June 2018 41
May 2018 63
April 2018 4
March 2018 10
February 2018 73
January 2018 34
December 2017 12
November 2017 13
October 2017 1
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July 2017 25
April 2017 7
March 2017 7
January 2017 25
November 2016 9
October 2016 16
September 2016 187
July 2016 65
June 2016 1
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April 2016 31
March 2016 28
February 2016 2
January 2016 46
December 2015 3
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September 2015 54
August 2015 74
July 2015 45
June 2015 4
May 2015 24
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February 2015 46
January 2015 29
December 2014 19
November 2014 9
October 2014 2
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August 2014 96
July 2014 9
June 2014 210
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April 2014 138
March 2014 83
February 2014 14
January 2014 14
December 2013 227
November 2013 374
October 2013 300
September 2013 122
July 2013 261
June 2013 55
May 2013 237
April 2013 280
March 2013 87
January 2013 14
December 2012 16
September 2012 193
August 2012 41
July 2012 193
April 2012 19
January 2012 125
December 2011 462
August 2011 37
July 2011 163
May 2011 259
April 2011 847
March 2011 32
January 2011 285
December 2010 167
November 2010 82
September 2010 111
July 2010 23
May 2010 455
April 2010 190
December 2009 142

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,778,580
2 noelwoodhouse 3,894,667
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,269,097
5 Rhonda.M 3,091,174
...
3117 Adele 8,253
3118 esmejsmith 8,245
3119 jelkin 8,244
3120 EHegarty 8,238
3121 robinajeff 8,234
3122 Roses9094 8,231

8,238 line(s) corrected.

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September 2019 94
August 2019 46
July 2019 76
June 2019 57
April 2019 4
March 2019 60
February 2019 7
January 2019 1
December 2018 8
November 2018 20
October 2018 43
September 2018 17
August 2018 155
July 2018 182
June 2018 41
May 2018 63
April 2018 4
March 2018 10
February 2018 73
January 2018 34
December 2017 12
November 2017 13
October 2017 1
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July 2017 25
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January 2017 25
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September 2016 187
July 2016 65
June 2016 1
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March 2016 28
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January 2016 46
December 2015 3
November 2015 3
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August 2015 74
July 2015 45
June 2015 4
May 2015 24
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February 2015 46
January 2015 29
December 2014 19
November 2014 9
October 2014 2
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August 2014 96
July 2014 9
June 2014 210
May 2014 22
April 2014 138
March 2014 83
February 2014 14
January 2014 14
December 2013 227
November 2013 374
October 2013 300
September 2013 122
July 2013 261
June 2013 55
May 2013 237
April 2013 280
March 2013 87
January 2013 14
December 2012 16
September 2012 193
August 2012 41
July 2012 193
April 2012 19
January 2012 125
December 2011 462
August 2011 37
July 2011 163
May 2011 259
April 2011 847
March 2011 32
January 2011 285
December 2010 167
November 2010 82
September 2010 111
July 2010 23
May 2010 455
April 2010 190
December 2009 142

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ROCKHAMPTON. (Article), The North Australian (Brisbane, Qld. : 1863 - 1865), Saturday 11 February 1865 [Issue No.871] page 3 2019-09-11 14:56 one mile camp (half-war), water in dry wea
ther could not be bid without going abont
two miles off the tiack, hut now a capacious
party on the roadside, and water May be
a fine situation for ail accommodation
projector, bnt would *-e of immense advan
hag stage without refreshment. Nearly
this side of Crinntn Creek, presents
with a little use it wonld become one of the
best rood* in the district. On the old road
Marl borough. Between Taamba and Bock
ral Reserve, and reducing die distance be
tween Bockhainptnn and ¥ftatnb*to twenty
ing of at least seven miles. The wont
bnt steps are now being taken to make it
one mile camp (half-way), water in dry wea
ther could not be had without going about
two miles off the track, but now a capacious
party on the roadside, and water may be
a fine situation for an accommodation
projector, but would be of immense advan
long stage without refreshment. Nearly
this side of Crinum Creek, presents
with a little use it would become one of the
best roads in the district. On the old road
Marlborough. Between Yaamba and Rock
ral Reserve, and reducing the distance be
tween Rockhampton and Yaamba to twenty
ing of at least seven miles. The worst
but steps are now being taken to make it
ROCKHAMPTON. (Article), The North Australian (Brisbane, Qld. : 1863 - 1865), Saturday 11 February 1865 [Issue No.871] page 3 2019-09-11 14:53 On the new road between Bockbampton
ami the Peak Downs, placards are now be
jority of carriers adhere to the old ronte,
tin reason* apparently for their so doing
the stages, an! jenaMed at abort distances
to reach honaes of accommodation, and be
thus mUrepmsontod lies between Springton
and she lUckentJc, a distance of forty-two
measured saileV' d« grater part of which is
scran, tooteverv tiere ana mere areopen frn.
ches with plenty of fend, and water is pro
enrab'einsbiindaiire in all oioinarlly dry
eeasutn, at stage* from five to nine muss
kensie. Until very recently, at the twenty
On the new road between Rockhampton
and the Peak Downs, placards are now be
jority of carriers adhere to the old route,
the reason apparently for their so doing
the stages, and enabled at short distances
to reach houses of accommodation, and be
road misrepresented lies between Springton
and the Mackenzie, a distance of forty-two
measured miles, the greater part of which is
scrub, but every and there are open pat
ches with plenty of feed, and water is pro
curable in abundance in all ordinarlly dry
seasons, at stages from five to nine miles
apart—the latter being the longest distance
without water between Springton and Mac
kenzie. Until very recently, at the twenty
ROCKHAMPTON. (Article), The North Australian (Brisbane, Qld. : 1863 - 1865), Saturday 11 February 1865 [Issue No.871] page 3 2019-09-11 14:46 Toe Gold Kaeort. in charge of Sergeant
Kelly, arrived at Rnckhampton yesterday
ifterooon, with 4«07 pes 3 dwts, 12 era.
cold, having left dermont on the previons
down on this ocension, i« due mainly tn die
leliY in the dispatch of the Escort, canoed
pf the. gild brought yesterday, excepting
twenty ouitCCftt wm crniei |» lidii 1||ta- *lrtw A.su
eeenily by private band — one of which ex
forthwith of the bead-quarters of the
The Gold Escort, in charge of Sergeant
Kelly, arrived at Rockhampton yesterday
afterooon, with 4607 ozs 3 dwts, 12 grs.
gold, having left Clermont on the previous
down on this occasion, is due mainly to the
delay in the dispatch of the Escort, canned
Commissioner from Clermont. The whole
of the gold brought yesterday, excepting
twenty ounces, was consigned to the Aus
recently by private hand — one of which ex
forthwith of the head-quarters of the
Advertising (Advertising), Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser (Qld. : 1861 - 1871), Saturday 2 February 1867 [Issue No.710] page 3 2019-09-05 21:08 -ft- lute WILLIAM CIllilGH ION, ol' the
same lo Mr. THOMAS CI.AliK, Solicitor,
be held in the COCK I' UOl'SK, Rockhampton,
room oí Howard. St . George, Esq, {who re-
-ft- lute WILLIAM CREIGHTON, ol' the
same lo Mr. THOMAS CI.ARK, Solicitor,
be held in the COURT HOUSE, Rockhampton,
room oí Howard St . George, Esq, {who re-
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTHERN ARGUS. (Article), Northern Argus (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1865 - 1874), Saturday 21 April 1866 [Issue No.406] page 3 2019-09-04 14:23 house known as tho " Merry Jig Hotel," from Batriek
house known as tho " Merry Jig Hotel," from Patrick
KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, March 29. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq., P.M., and G. Hudson, Esq. J.P.) (Article), Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser (Kilmore, Vic. : 1865 - 1868), Thursday 4 April 1867 [Issue No.107] page 3 2019-09-03 11:02 Frscis W;.lsh, on a charge of cattle steal
ii Jul?ins Yarra, charged by Sergeant
:.i with failing to pay 20s. in support of
" m:3 Davidson, charged by Constable
Ff"r With disobcdicnce of summons, was
T.a erfdr f 1, rates. Mr Meade for corn
W. IL iarris r I. Seymour for £3 3s 9d,
'I-Ih Guthrie charged R. Jackson with
I. Newman v Elizabeth Brady; inter
Francis Wash, on a charge of cattle steal
William Judkins Yarra, charged by Sergeant
Grant with failing to pay 20s. in support of
Thomas Davidson, charged by Constable
Reilly With disobcdicnce of summons, was
Lansley f 1, rates. Mr Meade for corn
W. H. Harris v M. Seymour for £3 3s 9d,
Hugh Guthrie charged R. Jackson with
T. Newman v Elizabeth Brady; inter
Local. (Article), Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser (Kilmore, Vic. : 1865 - 1868), Thursday 4 April 1867 [Issue No.107] page 2 2019-09-03 10:59 t-Fr-- -- Walsh was committed for
named Francis Walsh was committed for
ROCKHAMPTON. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Saturday 12 January 1867 [Issue No.2,797] page 5 2019-09-03 09:46 Ditto for 1960 56,592
Ditto for 1860 56,592
ROCKHAMPTON. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Saturday 12 January 1867 [Issue No.2,797] page 5 2019-09-03 09:46 Imports
Ditto
Ditto
Ditto T
Ditto
Ditto
" 1861
Ditto
Exports
Ditto
Ditto
Ditto
" 1863
Ditto
Ditto
Ditto
Imports for 1866 £413,880
Ditto " for 1865 326660
Ditto for 1864 400,855
Ditto for 1863 318,123
Ditto for 1862 269,360
Ditto for 1861 141,041
Ditto for 1860 72,384
Exports for 1866 348,745
Ditto for 1865 281,477
Ditto for 1864 309,637
Ditto for 1863 180004
Ditto for 1862 118,085
Ditto for 1861 96,402
Ditto for 1960 56,592
THE ANGLICAN MONKS. (Article), Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald and General Advertiser (Qld. : 1861 - 1908), Tuesday 3 October 1865 [Issue No.521] page 4 2019-09-02 14:33 esid Joseph leycesier Cyone hoa employed for lila own purpose,
-ese-ve vundi in our name. Tile said Joseph Le'eester I yoe has
said Joseph Leycester Lyne hoa employed for lila own purpose,
-ese-ve vundi in our name. Tile said Joseph Leycester I yoe has

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  1. A day in court
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  2. Alfred Hill
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    Looking not so much for the composer Alfred Hill and his career, but details about his wives, Sadie Booth and Mirrie Solomon, and (his and Sadie's) children Tristan, Isolde and Else.

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  3. Beaton
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    George Beaton (from Lethenty, Fyvie, Aberdeenshire, migrated to Ballarat as a young man), his wife Margaret Hughes (born Cavan, migrated to Melbourne as a toddler) and their ten children. See list called "Ephraim Hughes" for items on Margaret's family. George's niece or sister Jane married William Dowler, so it may also be worthwhile looking in my Dowler list for info on her (though it's mainly about William's second wife Jeannie Smith Scott).

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  4. Becke
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    Louis Becke and his siblings

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  5. Black
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    Family of Matthew Black, Tandragee, Armagh, came to Australia 1854. For family of his sister Ellen, see the McBurney and Blade lists.

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  6. Blade family
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    John Blade (1819 Ballymacward, Galway - 1898 Beechworth, Victoria) and family

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  7. Cheltenham Victoria
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  8. Colmo
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    The Colmo family of Daylesford

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  9. Dalgliesh
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    The Dalgliesh family, from around Hobkirk, Roxburgh, Scotland, settled mainly around Learmonth. The names Scott, Black and Dowler are related by marriage.

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  10. Dick the Devil
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    A local character around Dunkeld, Victoria, in the 1860s. He came as a teenager to live with uncle Acheson French at Hamilton, but after a few years moved to NSW (Deniliquin?).

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  11. Dowler
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    Dowlers of Learmonth, Victoria. Originally from Fermanagh. To follow Lorna Dowler, see also Beaton and Rolston lists.

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  12. Doyle
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    Looking for Michael and Margaret Doyle, from New Ross, Wexford, and their seven daughters.

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  13. Elizabeth Taylor
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    The work of novelist Elizabeth Taylor

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  14. Ephraim Hughes
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  15. Forde
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    The Forde family who migrated from Dunmore, Galway to Melbourne, starting with Catherine Purcell nee Forde, a convict on the Surrey 1840. A big family using chain migration, they are very hard to distinguish from others with the same name. Names Purcell, Tighe, Howard and Walshe are related.

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  16. Frank Laver
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    Australian cricketer Frank Laver, 1869 - 1919

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  17. Georgetown 1948/49
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  18. Hagarty
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    The Hagarty family of Queensland (Comet, Yaamba, Rockhampton)

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  19. Hardenack
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    The Hardenack family of Preston, Melbourne. Orignially from Schwerin, Mecklenburg. Families related by marriage in Australia include Krieger, Matthias, Norton, Yann, Hegarty and Binnion.

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  20. Hegarty
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    Patrick Hegarty from Kilrea, Derry, and family

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  21. Henry John Vincent and Kathleen Sertori
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    The lives of husband Henry Vincent (1910 Fremantle - 1965 Melbourne) and wife Kathleen Sertori (1918 Ararat - ? Melbourne)

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  22. James David Walshe
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    James David Walshe 1859 Geelong - 1895 Balmain

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  23. James William Isidore Marriott
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    James William Isidore Marriott 1851 Clerkenwell, London - 1909 Alphington, Melbourne

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  24. JSW as carrier
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    John Sesnan Walshe worked out of Geelong as a carrier in the late 1850s. During this time he was taken to court over a considerable debt that hounded him for years.

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  25. JSW as detective
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    Stories from John Sesnan Walshe's career in the Victorian Detective Force (1859 - 1863)

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  26. JSW as mounted constable
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    Stories from John Sesnan Walshe's colourful time in the Victorian Mounted Police, mid-1850s, mainly in Dunkeld.

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  27. JSW death
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    Articles relating to the death of John Sesnan Walshe. For articles relating to the murder trial, see the Supple list

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  28. JSW in Queensland
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    John Sesnan Walshe (1832 - 1870) went to Queensland in November 1864. In his three or so years there he worked as a publican and bailiff.

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  29. JSW miscellaneous
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    Events from the life, family and friends of John Sesnan Walshe not covered in other lists.

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  30. Kate Kelly
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  31. Louis Solomon
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  32. Macrorie
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    Ellen Macrorie (nee Walshe) 1845 - 1918, and her troublesome, privileged husband David Macrorie

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  33. Marcus Clarke
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  34. Mary Fraser
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  35. Mary Jane Walshe
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    Mary Jane (Polly) Reese (nee Walshe), born Ireland 1852, migrated to Melbourne 1854 and spent most of her life in Australia. Died California 1915. This list really follows the exploits of her partner, James David Reece, as the only way we have of tracking her in Trove.

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  36. Maxime Ferriere
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  37. McBurney family
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    Ellen (Black) and William McBurney and baby arrived in Melbourne from Tandragee, Armagh, in 1854. He disappeared in 1857. Children Lizzie, Maggie and Minnie. Ellen later married William Bell; child Mary Ellen.

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  38. Neaton family, Queensland
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    The family of Michael Neaton and Charlotte Gleeson

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  39. O'Connells of Cape Clear
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    Bridget (Feeney) and Martin O'Connell, from Roscommon via North America and Sydney, settled in Happy Valley, Smythesdale and eventually Cape Clear in the 1850s. Ten children.

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  40. Oliver David Reece
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    Singer and mining engineer, born Sydney 21 April 1880, raised mainly in the Tilba area of NSW, died California 1947, son of James David Reece and Mary Jane Walshe

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  41. Purcell
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    An attempt to find members of the Purcell family related to the Fordes and Walshes.

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  42. Rolston
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    To investigate Lorna Jean Rolston, who was born Lorna Jean Dowler and married Peter Beaton before reinventing herself.

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  43. S.E. Collou
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    The mysterious Satharady Edderockman Collou (c1840 - 1904), born in Calcutta and came to Australia with his brother as a child. He fended for himself, and did quite well.

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  44. Supple
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    Gerald Henry Supple

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  45. The missing Walshes
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    A fairly desperate search for Ellen Walshe's and John Sesnan Walshe's parents and siblings, alleged to have arrived in Australia about 1850 (at least, Ellen did, at the age of 5, and she can't have been alone). Looking for names and places associated with Ellen and JSW.

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  46. The Mitchells of Fiji
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  47. Tighe
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    Peter Henry Tighe, Catherine Forde and their children, and his children from his later marriage to Bridget Moore

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  48. Tinetti
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    Andrea Tinetti and family

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  49. Walshe fund
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    Relating to the fundraising for the widow and children of John Sesnan Walshe

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  50. William Sesnan Walshe
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    William Sesnan Walshe (1857 Geelong - 1910 Harrogate UK)

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