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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,784,935
2 noelwoodhouse 3,898,417
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,273,806
5 Rhonda.M 3,097,481
...
1637 Armadale17 21,285
1638 DonaghyK 21,285
1639 engoble1 21,262
1640 AnnetteCFawcett 21,240
1641 Kaul 21,216
1642 sonjecad 21,175

21,240 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 59
September 2019 26
August 2019 16
July 2019 7
June 2019 5
April 2019 190
December 2018 47
October 2018 85
September 2018 175
August 2018 286
July 2018 150
June 2018 168
May 2018 153
April 2018 17
March 2018 257
February 2018 96
December 2017 27
October 2017 592
August 2017 24
July 2017 209
June 2017 142
May 2017 367
March 2017 41
February 2017 308
January 2017 515
August 2016 109
July 2016 48
June 2016 211
May 2016 636
April 2016 101
March 2016 12
February 2016 26
January 2016 26
December 2015 58
November 2015 227
October 2015 10
August 2015 126
June 2015 20
May 2015 8
April 2015 224
March 2015 137
February 2015 230
January 2015 615
December 2014 252
November 2014 161
October 2014 149
September 2014 195
August 2014 62
July 2014 203
June 2014 160
May 2014 273
April 2014 898
March 2014 66
February 2014 24
January 2014 990
December 2013 1,016
November 2013 256
October 2013 410
September 2013 566
August 2013 387
July 2013 319
June 2013 896
May 2013 1,063
April 2013 184
March 2013 119
February 2013 243
January 2013 172
December 2012 231
November 2012 892
September 2012 549
July 2012 1,492
June 2012 209
April 2012 21
March 2012 95
September 2011 87
May 2011 30
April 2011 496
March 2011 1,288

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,784,733
2 noelwoodhouse 3,898,417
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,273,785
5 Rhonda.M 3,097,468
...
1632 Armadale17 21,285
1633 kerriebi 21,275
1634 DonaghyK 21,274
1635 AnnetteCFawcett 21,240
1636 engoble1 21,206
1637 Kaul 21,193

21,240 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 59
September 2019 26
August 2019 16
July 2019 7
June 2019 5
April 2019 190
December 2018 47
October 2018 85
September 2018 175
August 2018 286
July 2018 150
June 2018 168
May 2018 153
April 2018 17
March 2018 257
February 2018 96
December 2017 27
October 2017 592
August 2017 24
July 2017 209
June 2017 142
May 2017 367
March 2017 41
February 2017 308
January 2017 515
August 2016 109
July 2016 48
June 2016 211
May 2016 636
April 2016 101
March 2016 12
February 2016 26
January 2016 26
December 2015 58
November 2015 227
October 2015 10
August 2015 126
June 2015 20
May 2015 8
April 2015 224
March 2015 137
February 2015 230
January 2015 615
December 2014 252
November 2014 161
October 2014 149
September 2014 195
August 2014 62
July 2014 203
June 2014 160
May 2014 273
April 2014 898
March 2014 66
February 2014 24
January 2014 990
December 2013 1,016
November 2013 256
October 2013 410
September 2013 566
August 2013 387
July 2013 319
June 2013 896
May 2013 1,063
April 2013 184
March 2013 119
February 2013 243
January 2013 172
December 2012 231
November 2012 892
September 2012 549
July 2012 1,492
June 2012 209
April 2012 21
March 2012 95
September 2011 87
May 2011 30
April 2011 496
March 2011 1,288

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OWindanning. (Article), Wickepin Argus (WA : 1910 - 1934), Saturday 14 September 1918 [Issue No.406] page 3 2019-10-09 15:11 OHindanning.
solemnised at Quindanning by tbe
j May King, daughter oi Mr. J. W.
; and Mis. King, of Spring Gully,
j Marradong, and Mr. Geo. Fletcher,
■ Kower Quiudanning, were joined in
who enteied the church on the arm
os her father, looked neat and
silk made skirt and blouse, fasfaioued
bread saw ; father of bride, Eangley
Quindanning.
solemnised at Quindanning by the
May King, daughter of Mr. J. W.
and Mis. King, of Spring Gully,
Marradong, and Mr. Geo. Fletcher,
Lower Quindanning, were joined in
who entered the church on the arm
of her father, looked neat and
silk made skirt and blouse, fasfaioned
bread saw ; father of bride, Langley
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Thursday 17 April 1919 [Issue No.5,313] page 1 2019-10-04 20:49 law. N. and A. Veitoh. and little nieces Jean
law. N. and A. Veitch. and little nieces Jean
MR. THOMAS WALLACE. (Article), Eastern Districts Chronicle (York, WA : 1877 - 1927), Friday 15 July 1910 [Issue No.29] page 2 2019-10-04 20:18 Greenhilh - Quairading railway,
period, so his death was not un- j
Greenhills- Quairading railway,
period, so his death was not un-
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Wednesday 16 April 1924 [Issue No.6,831] page 1 2019-10-04 19:54 Mavis; only danghterof- W. S. Gath. Cubal
ling; sister 'of Will, and Jim ' (Geraldton) ;
aged .36 years: : Sadly missed.
Mavis; only danghter of W. S. Gath. Cubal
ling; sister of Will, and Jim (Geraldton) ;
aged 36 years: : Sadly missed.
SHOCKING BURNING FATALITY YOUNG MAN’S TRAGIC DEATH (Article), York Gazette and Quairading and Dangin Herald (WA : 1930 - 1931), Friday 19 September 1930 [Issue No.7] page 2 2019-10-04 19:36 The deceased was a highlyrespected
Carr^T. W. Marwick, R. A.
Beetson,!?.
McGJinn, H. Gunn "and
T.
The deceased was a highly respected
Carr, T. W. Marwick, R. A.
Beetson
McGlinn, H. Gunn and
T. Whitfiled
OBITUARY Mrs. Leah Mills. (Article), York Chronicle (WA : 1927 - 1954), Friday 24 April 1936 [Issue No.16] page 3 2019-10-04 19:30 who bad been an inmate of the
GreenhillB on Monday, the Rev.
A- W. Curtis officiating at the
was, 80 years of age, was bora at
* Tipperary," BurgeB Siding, and
of the GreenhiUs distiict.
Mr. Charles Mills, ^predeceased
survived by a son," Mr. H. O.
The pallbearers were Messrs*
R. G-. Carr, Win. Gault, L. D-
Murray, H- Gunn, &f. Ryan and
who had been an inmate of the
Greenhills on Monday, the Rev.
A W. Curtis officiating at the
was, 80 years of age, was born at
* Tipperary," Burges Siding, and
of the Greenhills distiict.
Mr. Charles Mills, predeceased
survived by a son,Mr. H. O.
The pallbearers were Messrs
R. G. Carr, Win. Gault, L. D
Murray, H Gunn, & M. Ryan and
OBITUARY Mr. Charles Penny (Article), York Chronicle (WA : 1927 - 1954), Friday 16 September 1938 [Issue No.37] page 2 2019-10-02 21:29 Bally Bally Farm," GreenhiUs,
of his life in the GreenhiUs district,
He was of a kindly and retiring^
Mary (Mrs. A. Jones) and Gwen?
deepest sympathy has been ex-!
eiurning home from the front.
The funeral, which was attendsed
by many relatives and friendsj
at GreenhiUs on Sunday. The
jev. A. W. Curtis officiated at the
raveside and at a prior servicjp
in the'Church; The chief mournf
A. Jones) and Gwendolene (Mrf.
in-law), Mr. A. Jones (son-inlaw),
Bally Bally Farm," Greenhills,
of his life in the Greenhills district,
He was of a kindly and retiring
Mary (Mrs. A. Jones) and Gwen-
deepest sympathy has been ex-
returning home from the front.
The funeral, which was attended
by many relatives and friends
at Greenhills on Sunday. The
Rev. A. W. Curtis officiated at the
graveside and at a prior service
in the Church; The chief mourn-
A. Jones) and Gwendolene (Mrs
in-law), Mr. A. Jones (son-in-law),
Obituary Mr. HUBERT PENNY (Article), York Chronicle (WA : 1927 - 1954), Thursday 16 June 1949 [Issue No.24] page 5 2019-10-02 20:51 bom in »the Greenhills district
was single and was wellknown
bom in the Greenhills district
was single and was well known
MRS. M. A. MCMULLEN. (Article), Eastern Districts Chronicle (York, WA : 1877 - 1927), Friday 20 July 1923 [Issue No.29] page 3 2019-10-02 20:13 Mrs. m. a. Mcmullen.
was. pneumonia. The funeral
Mrs. M. A. Mcmullen.
was pneumonia. The funeral
OBITUARY. THE LATE MR. A. V. KEMP. (Article), The Swan Express (Midland Junction, WA : 1900 - 1954), Friday 16 April 1926 [Issue No.62] page 7 2019-10-01 20:45 M .°"' ,t H llel " na 'f »>" | e f r » w j" 1 . re^et
J 1 1 . 0 .^
lat f, h . uSbl, " d ' . Mr J
Albert Victor Kemp, which
very suddenly on the 6th inSt.
lo tie heart disease. The deceased was a
returned" soldier, having been a member
Mount Helena, will learn with regret
of the death of her late
husband, Mr. Albert Victor Kemp,.
which occurred
very suddenly on the 6th inst.
to be heart disease. The deceased was a
returned soldier, having been a member

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