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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,025,672
2 noelwoodhouse 3,460,903
3 NeilHamilton 3,294,592
4 John.F.Hall 2,508,441
5 DonnaTelfer 2,373,826
...
236 JudithGabriel 185,214
237 matth888 184,661
238 kmack 184,431
239 Merrin 181,984
240 gkang 181,424
241 rule303 180,830

181,984 line(s) corrected.

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May 2018 168
March 2018 7
January 2018 51
October 2017 2,561
September 2017 4,827
August 2017 5,279
July 2017 4,625
June 2017 1,862
May 2017 29
April 2017 513
March 2017 2,890
February 2017 3,060
January 2017 3,382
December 2016 712
November 2016 879
October 2016 1,240
September 2016 4,227
August 2016 2,437
July 2016 3,550
June 2016 3,992
May 2016 2,121
April 2016 786
March 2016 2,913
February 2016 936
January 2016 10,364
December 2015 2,659
November 2015 4,176
October 2015 4,847
September 2015 3,364
August 2015 822
July 2015 2,030
June 2015 4,045
May 2015 1,388
April 2015 4,695
March 2015 906
February 2015 2,514
January 2015 5,486
December 2014 3,521
November 2014 1,085
October 2014 1,604
September 2014 9,065
August 2014 2,681
July 2014 2,979
June 2014 652
May 2014 143
April 2014 3,452
March 2014 1,503
February 2014 4,736
January 2014 4,498
November 2013 1,122
October 2013 1,314
September 2013 1,138
August 2013 2,476
July 2013 1,219
June 2013 1,862
May 2013 206
June 2012 935
May 2012 1,341
April 2012 3,399
March 2012 3,518
February 2012 1,153
August 2011 85
May 2011 768
April 2011 1,756
March 2011 261
February 2011 305
January 2011 2,273
December 2010 4,272
November 2010 1,851
October 2010 3,574
September 2010 6,284
August 2010 3,321
July 2010 1,289

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,025,504
2 noelwoodhouse 3,460,903
3 NeilHamilton 3,294,463
4 John.F.Hall 2,508,435
5 DonnaTelfer 2,373,807
...
235 JudithGabriel 185,214
236 kmack 184,431
237 matth888 184,349
238 Merrin 181,971
239 gkang 181,422
240 rule303 180,830

181,971 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

May 2018 168
March 2018 7
January 2018 51
October 2017 2,561
September 2017 4,827
August 2017 5,279
July 2017 4,625
June 2017 1,849
May 2017 29
April 2017 513
March 2017 2,890
February 2017 3,060
January 2017 3,382
December 2016 712
November 2016 879
October 2016 1,240
September 2016 4,227
August 2016 2,437
July 2016 3,550
June 2016 3,992
May 2016 2,121
April 2016 786
March 2016 2,913
February 2016 936
January 2016 10,364
December 2015 2,659
November 2015 4,176
October 2015 4,847
September 2015 3,364
August 2015 822
July 2015 2,030
June 2015 4,045
May 2015 1,388
April 2015 4,695
March 2015 906
February 2015 2,514
January 2015 5,486
December 2014 3,521
November 2014 1,085
October 2014 1,604
September 2014 9,065
August 2014 2,681
July 2014 2,979
June 2014 652
May 2014 143
April 2014 3,452
March 2014 1,503
February 2014 4,736
January 2014 4,498
November 2013 1,122
October 2013 1,314
September 2013 1,138
August 2013 2,476
July 2013 1,219
June 2013 1,862
May 2013 206
June 2012 935
May 2012 1,341
April 2012 3,399
March 2012 3,518
February 2012 1,153
August 2011 85
May 2011 768
April 2011 1,756
March 2011 261
February 2011 305
January 2011 2,273
December 2010 4,272
November 2010 1,851
October 2010 3,574
September 2010 6,284
August 2010 3,321
July 2010 1,289

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 135,457
2 mickbrook 101,346
3 PhilThomas 67,142
4 murds5 61,555
5 EricTheRed 21,226
...
1080 maureencarey 13
1081 maxlawson 13
1082 megann 13
1083 merrin 13
1084 phicat 13
1085 Quokka53 13

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WEDDING. McKEOUGH—GOUGH. (Article), The Manning River Times and Advocate for the Northern Coast Districts of New South Wales (Taree, NSW : 1898 - 1954), Saturday 22 July 1944 [Issue No.9358] page 8 2018-05-28 14:50 (Contributed}. I
in the Union Church. Moorlaud, on
To t'le strains of 'The Bridal
March'' the pretty bride' entered the
church 011 the arm of her brother
(Mr. Walter Gough), who subsequent
ly gave her away. Her. beautiful gown |
ot lace over satin, with long train J
was trimmed with bows of white rib
bon. The veil of embroidered tulle J
was held in plate by a coronet of j
bouqutft of carnations and arum lilies |
made and pTesented by Mrs. . Jim
Bulley.'
Tlie bride's sister (Mrs. Reg Butts
During the signing of tbe register
Mr. Earl McKeough beautifully ren
dered 'I'll Walk Beside You.'
the North Ciast. The bride travelled
in a- blue panama crepe frock, with
(Contributed).
in the Union Church, Moorland, on
To the strains of “The Bridal
March” the pretty bride entered the
church on the arm of her brother
(Mr. Walter Gough), who subsequent-
ly gave her away. Her beautiful gown
of lace over satin, with long train
was trimmed with bows of white rib-
bon. The veil of embroidered tulle
was held in plate by a coronet of
bouquet of carnations and arum lilies
made and presented by Mrs. Jim
Bulley.
The bride's sister (Mrs. Reg Butts-
During the signing of the register
Mr. Earl McKeough beautifully ren-
dered “I'll Walk Beside You.”
the North Coast. The bride travelled
in a blue panama crepe frock, with
GOUGH—MINETT. (Article), The Manning River Times and Advocate for the Northern Coast Districts of New South Wales (Taree, NSW : 1898 - 1954), Wednesday 5 November 1941 [Issue No.9088] page 1 2018-05-28 14:41 Mrs. A. E. Minett, of Upper Lans
Rev. C. Haxton officiated at the cere
To the strains of 'The Bridal
March,' the pretty bride entered the
bridesmaids. They also wore match
knot shaped bouquets were of pink,
'Because.'
hall, where about 90 guests were re
groom standing on top, was much ad
honeymoon, which was spent in Syd
a top-coat- of grey, with all grey ac
Many beautiful presents were re
After the departure of tbe happy
father, followed and was largely at
her wedding, Miss Minett was tend
ered a jumble tea in the Upper Lans
Gough, the gathering sang 'For They
Are Jolly Good Fellows.' She wore
Other, speakers referred in glowing
gathering sang 'For They Are Jolly
Good Fellows' and 'Auld Lang Syne.'
Mrs. A. E. Minett, of Upper Lans-
Rev. C. Haxton officiated at the cere-
To the strains of “The Bridal
March,” the pretty bride entered the
bridesmaids. They also wore match-
knot shaped bouquets were of pink
“Because.”
hall, where about 90 guests were re-
groom standing on top, was much ad-
honeymoon, which was spent in Syd-
a top-coat of grey, with all grey ac-
Many beautiful presents were re-
After the departure of the happy
father, followed and was largely at-
her wedding, Miss Minett was tend-
ered a jumble tea in the Upper Lans-
Gough, the gathering sang “For They
Are Jolly Good Fellows.” She wore
Other speakers referred in glowing
gathering sang “For They Are Jolly
Good Fellows” and “Auld Lang Syne.”
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Saturday 17 September 1910 [Issue No.9768] page 12 2018-05-28 13:15 titt im'ti— HOOTII — Aucust 23, at All Saints' Cliurch,
WeJt Ke. by the I!ev.. G. D. Ilildcr, father of
ltcv G. B. Ililder, Toronto, Lake Macqiiarlc. to Mar.
garct, third daughter of Mrs. 11. W. Booth, of East
Kempsoy.
LOCKETT— LAVERCOM'DE.— On September 14, at St.
Luke's Cliurch, "Tlic Oaks," by Bcv. W. J Roberts,
Lockctt, to Lucy Annie, fourth daughter of John La-
vcrcoinbc, of The Oaks.
MelNTOSII — WIIITING. — On August 17, at_ the residence
of Mrs II. A. D. Mackenzie, "Te Wliare, Drunmioync,
hv ltcv C. J. Cribb, James S.. youngtst son of
Alexander Mcintosh, Melbourne, to Ethel L, only
HILDER—BOOTH— August 23, at All Saints' Church,
West Kempsey, by the Rev. G. D. Hilder, father of
Rev. G. D. Hilder, Toronto, Lake Macquarie, to Mar-
garet, third daughter of Mrs. H. W. Booth, of East
Kempsey.
LOCKETT—LAVERCOMBE.—On September 14, at St.
Luke's Church, "The Oaks," by Rev. W. J. Roberts,
Lockett, to Lucy Annie, fourth daughter of John La-
vercombe, of The Oaks.
McINTOSH—WHITING.—On August 17, at the residence
of Mrs. H. A. D. Mackenzie, "Te Whare," Drummoyne,
by Rev. C. J. Cribb, James S., youngest son of
Alexander McIntosh, Melbourne, to Ethel L., only
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Saturday 17 September 1910 [Issue No.9768] page 12 2018-05-28 13:09 DAVIDSON— RURSILL. — August 30, at I r«jbJjrA
Church, Campbclltown, by ltcv. S'1 c®1.'
Jolin, only son of the late David Davids , m«iU nf
fori!, to Hilda, second daughter of Samuel Bunall,
mvYFR— HACKETT.— August 16, 1910, at St Charles
Clmrel,. Waverley, by the Itcv. Father Bcgley Jcre-
niiah Dwyer, of Paddington, to Julia llachctt,
FIjT is— KENNEDY.— September 7, 1910, at Mittagong,
NSW. by the Rev. J. Hunter MacGowan. Gordon
Mi-Arthur, third surviving eon of the Late Captain
Winthrop Ellis and Mrs. Ellis, Lcxhain, Neutral
Bay' Sydney, to I'hyllis Winitred Ilun.e, re«od daugh-
ter of Frank Hume uciinc uy . ai-, ©» —
merly of lvooinpartoo, uilcnubeen, N.S.\>.
DAVIDSON—BURSILL.—August 20, at Presbyterian
Church, Campbelltown, by Rev. Robert Steel, M.A.,
John, only son of the late David Davidson, of Guild-
ford, to Hilda, second daughter of Samuel BUrsill, of
DWYER—HACKETT.—August 16, 1910, at St. Charles'
Church, Waverley, by the Rev. Father Begley, Jere-
miah Dwyer, of Paddington, to Julia Hackett, of
ELLIS—KENNEDY.—September 7, 1910, at Mittagong,
N.S.W., by the Rev. J. Hunter MacGowan, Gordon
McArthur, third surviving son of the late Captain
Winthrop Ellis and Mrs. Ellis, "Lexham," Neutral
Bay, Sydney, to Phyllis Winifred Hume, second daugh-
ter of Frank Hume Kennedy, Esq., of Mittagong, for-
merly of Koompartoo, Wallendbeen, N.S.W.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Saturday 17 September 1910 [Issue No.9768] page 12 2018-05-28 13:03 ATKINSON — GRANT.— September 6, 101\ "4
drew's Church, Summer-lull, Sydney, by the Re .
Cnnon Vnughan, John, only son of A. A. Afk inran.
Chief Inspector of Coal Mines, N.S.M., to Lnii! , ,t
daughter of John Grant, contractor, of Hexham,
Ashtiold. Home. papers please copy.
BUONINSEGNI- VITAL! — FOHSTER. — April
the Capitol, Roma, -Italy by the Refri?«' Luip Fer
dinand, Buoninscgni-Vitali, LjcutcnaTi'. llOTal ltahan
Nan-, son of the late Commendator rd'nand and
Elvira Buoninscgni-ViL-lH, stcpsonofthcClonclCorn
mendator Cuisoppc Vital!, to Knuly MauJ holster,
daughter of IV. C. Forstcr, Sydney, Australia.
ATKINSON —GRANT.—September 6, 1910, uat St. An-
drew's Church, Summer-hill, Sydney, by the Rev.
Canon Vaughan, John, only son of A. A. Atkinson,
Chief Inspector of Coal Mines, N.S.W., to Emily, eldest
daughter of John Grant, contractor, of "Hexham,"
Ashfield. Home papers please copy.
BUONINSEGNI- VITALI— FORSTER.—April 26, 1910, at
the Capitol, Roma, Italy, by the Registrar, Luigi Fer-
dinand, Buoninsegni-Vitali, Lieutenant, Royal Italian
Navy, son of the late Commendator Ferdinand and
Elvira Buoninsegni-Vitali, stepson of the Colonel Com-
mendator Guiseppe Vitali, to Emily Maud Forster,
daughter of W. C. Forster, Sydney, Australia.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Saturday 17 September 1910 [Issue No.9768] page 12 2018-05-28 12:58 BOSS. — July 21, at Glen Nevis. Rose-street, Petersham,
to Mr. and Mrs. Gfco. Boss— a son.
imoWNRICG.— September 5, at Lingdole, Anglo-street,
CARSON.— September C, at Glen Lynn, Auburn, the
wife of A. EL L. Carson of a daughter (Erna Eleanor
GKIbTITHS.— At Nurse IHncy's private hospital, Clcbe
Const itution-rd.. Petersham, to Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Cowan — a daughter (Heather Joyce).
ton-road, Summer-hill, the wife of Clifford Ii. Hay—
son.
HEWITT.— August 0, at Fairfield. Glen Inncs, a son
(Glen llenrj- Vigors) of Mrs. M. V. Hewitt.
Drummoync, the wife of N. J. Jenkin, twins — son anu
LEVICK.— September 14, at the Rectory, Grcnfcll, to
Rev. A. M1. and Mrs. Levick— a daughter.
PICKETTE1— September 9, 1010, at Nurse Blackman's
Private Hospital. Coonabarahran. the wife of T. J.
Pickctte, "Mcrryvicw," Purlewaugh— a daughter.
ROBERTS.— September 11, at their residence, Veretie,
Bancroft-avenue, Roscvillo, to Mr. and Mrs. J. nailer
SPOONER.— September 4, at Kelburn, Rooty-liill, the
wife of E." 12. Spooncr— a son.
WILSON (nee Bcardow).— On August 31, at Derby Cot
tage, Bo wincr-strcct, Banksia, the wife of Thomas Wil
WILLIAMS. — August 14, nt Arthur-st., Wellington, the
wile oi ii. »». n uiiaiiioT't
BOSS.—July 21, at Glen Nevis, Rose-street, Petersham,
to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Boss—a son.
BROWNRICGG.—September 5, at Lingdale, Anglo-street,
CARSON.—September 6, at Glen Lynn, Auburn, the
wife of A. E. L. Carson of a daughter (Erna Eleanor
GRIFFITHS.—At Nurse Hiney's private hospital, Glebe
Constitution-rd., Petersham, to Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Gowan—a daughter (Heather Joyce).
HAY.—September 14, 1910, at "Kelvin Grove," Kensing-
ton-road, Summer-hill, the wife of Clifford H. Hay—
a son.
HEWITT.—August 6, at Fairfield, Glen Innes, a son
(Glen Henry Vigors) of Mrs. M. V. Hewitt.
Drummoyne, the wife of N. J. Jenkin, twins—son and
LEVICK.—September 14, at the Rectory, Grenfell, to
PICKETTE.— September 9, 1910, at Nurse Blackman's
Private Hospital, Coonabarabran, the wife of T. J.
Pickette, "Merryview," Purlewaugh—a daughter.
ROBERTS.—September 11, at their residence, Veretje,
Bancroft-avenue, Roseville, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Waller
SPOONER.—September 4, at Kelburn, Rooty-hill, the
wife of E. E. Spooner—a son.
WILSON (nee Beardow).—On August 31, at Derby Cot-
tage, Bowmer-street, Banksia, the wife of Thomas Wil-
WILLIAMS.—August 14, at Arthur-st., Wellington, the
wife of E. W. Williams—a daughter.
GOUGH—PHILLIPS. (Article), Townsville Daily Bulletin (Qld. : 1907 - 1954), Wednesday 26 April 1933 [Issue No.98] page 6 2018-05-26 14:12 A wedding of Interest to Queens
St. Marys Church of England,
Waverley, Sydney, by Canon Rlley,
(says the 'Brisbane Courier'). The
Phillips ulder daughter of Mr. and
Brisbane, but now residing at Bond!).
She a-iis gowned in Ivory ring velvet
featuring sleeves puffed at the shoul
der and finishing In closely-fitting
valley, carnations, and franglpanni.
georgette turban to tone, and she car
and carried a Victoi-lan posy of roses.
A wedding of interest to Queens-
St. Mary’s Church of England,
Waverley, Sydney, by Canon Riley,
(says the “Brisbane Courier”). The
Phillips, elder daughter of Mr. and
Brisbane, but now residing at Bondi).
She was gowned in ivory ring velvet
featuring sleeves puffed at the shoul-
der and finishing in closely-fitting
valley, carnations, and frangipanni.
georgette turban to tone, and she car-
and carried a Victorian posy of roses.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 2 February 1951 [Issue No.32,580] page 13 2018-05-17 23:28 GOODE.—The Funeral of the late Mr
Heil tit King memorial chapel 174 Len
nos stieet Richmond THIS DAY (Fit
div) iflei i eivke commench g at 10 4a
am (01 nutwood Ccmeteiv .
WRBFRT KING A. SONS JA3462
GOODE.—The Funeral of the late Mr.
Herbert King memorial chapel, 174 Len-
nox street, Richmond, THIS DAY (Fri-
day, after a service commencing at 10.45
a.m., for Burwood Cemetery.
HERBERT KING & SONS. JA3462.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 2 February 1951 [Issue No.32,580] page 13 2018-05-17 23:24 ters residence 34 Ling«eil load Haw-
thorn Joseph Pago deaily loved fathoi
ol Clement (deceased) and Constanre
(Mrs Maginness) aged 93 j eat s -Peace
fulls tlMpini,
ter’s residence, 34 Lingwell road, Haw-
thorn, Joseph Page, dearly loved father
of Clement (deceased) and Constance
(Mrs. Maginness), aged 93 years.—Peace-
fully sleeping.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Friday 2 February 1951 [Issue No.29,880] page 2 2018-05-17 23:14 GOODE — On February 1. at his
daughter's residence. 34 Llngwcli-
road; Hawthorn.' Joseph Page, dearly
loved father of Clement (deceased).
s. nd Constance (Mrs. Maglnnest), aged
GOODE.—On February 1, at his
daughter's residence. 34 Lingwell-
road, Hawthorn, Joseph Page, dearly
loved father of Clement (deceased),
and Constance (Mrs. Maginness), aged

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