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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,783,711
2 noelwoodhouse 3,897,575
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,272,427
5 Rhonda.M 3,095,387
...
1341 Scotty 28,073
1342 Faith81 28,027
1343 MarKayLew 28,022
1344 WisperHawk 27,984
1345 muffins 27,934
1346 MBlayden 27,839

27,984 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 618
June 2019 157
May 2019 75
April 2019 5
March 2019 607
February 2019 84
January 2019 210
October 2018 441
August 2018 439
July 2018 1,431
June 2018 108
May 2018 85
February 2018 33
January 2018 870
December 2017 242
November 2017 157
October 2017 46
September 2017 12
August 2017 45
July 2017 1,817
June 2017 3,293
May 2017 981
April 2017 182
March 2017 2,137
February 2017 2,293
January 2017 412
December 2016 496
November 2016 121
October 2016 54
August 2016 29
July 2016 105
June 2016 143
February 2016 525
January 2016 142
December 2015 2,091
November 2015 1,083
October 2015 2,304
September 2015 1,610
August 2015 919
May 2015 413
April 2015 1,166
March 2015 3

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,783,509
2 noelwoodhouse 3,897,575
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,272,406
5 Rhonda.M 3,095,374
...
1340 MarKayLew 28,022
1341 muffins 27,934
1342 MBlayden 27,839
1343 WisperHawk 27,838
1344 raemashford 27,811
1345 turnbullac 27,796

27,838 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 618
June 2019 157
May 2019 75
April 2019 5
March 2019 607
February 2019 84
January 2019 210
October 2018 441
August 2018 436
July 2018 1,431
June 2018 108
May 2018 85
February 2018 33
January 2018 870
December 2017 167
November 2017 157
October 2017 46
September 2017 12
August 2017 45
July 2017 1,753
June 2017 3,293
May 2017 981
April 2017 182
March 2017 2,133
February 2017 2,293
January 2017 412
December 2016 496
November 2016 121
October 2016 54
August 2016 29
July 2016 105
June 2016 143
February 2016 525
January 2016 142
December 2015 2,091
November 2015 1,083
October 2015 2,304
September 2015 1,610
August 2015 919
May 2015 413
April 2015 1,166
March 2015 3

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 311,227
2 PhilThomas 128,710
3 mickbrook 107,593
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 51,076
...
290 Helen.Bullen 148
291 simes 147
292 Nannymacg 146
293 wisperhawk 146
294 penniep2 144
295 anntho 143

146 line(s) corrected.

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August 2018 3
December 2017 75
July 2017 64
March 2017 4


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Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Saturday 3 October 1936 [Issue No.15,686] page 1 2019-10-16 19:27 Births and Deaths, Bereavement Notiees, Mar
and In Memoriam Notices, up to tai
line 8/; each succeeding line, 6d. per line
BRESCOVICH--On September 28, at Nurse
COHEN (nee Phoebe Mundy).-On October 1,
bU?STAN (nee Gladys 0'Neill).--On Septem
BL?LIER--On September 24, at Nurse Stock
JENNER.--On September 23, at Dalwallinu Hos
JONES.-On October 1, at Nurse Jones's Pri
JONES.-On September 24, at St. Helen's Hos
McCUtBBIN.--On October I, 1936, at Parkview
MESNIL.-On September 26, at the Bridgetown
POTTER.-On October 2, at Nurse Stockley's
Fremantle, to Mr. and Mrs W. Swift-a son
TRACY.---On September 27, at Hitlrest, to
WHATELY.--On September 30, at St. ye's
WOOD.-On Septemb 26, at Beaton Boss,
WOOD.--On September 26, 1936, at Seaton
GORDO--RIOBBS.---On September 12, at Bom
ba?. Captain John Cordon, to Frances Eliza
ARMSTRONG--LCI-Onn October 4, 1911, at
/ DEATHS.
Anderson, Alexander. Rosenthal, Herbert. ,
Down, Reginald. Smalley, Ivireen.
Dundon, David J. Stevenson, Walter F.
McKinley, Edward.P. Stott, Arthur.
Pinkney, Frederick C. Thorpe, William,
Pope, Geoffrey. Welchman, Robert E.
AIDEBSON.--On September 29; 1986,.Alexan
DOWN.--On September 10, Reginald (Ray),
DUNDOL--On eptemb2er,'1836, David Joseph,
ULE^Y.-.-Oat Le er 29, at Kalgobilri,
Edward P*M- I 'l `itther of ]Ir. and Mrs
PINKNEY- On September 27, 1936, at Bruce
POPE.-On September 23, 1936, Geoffrey Pope,
REYNOLDS.-On September 30, 1936. at Perth,
ROSENTHAL--On October 2, 1936, at his resi-
ROSENTHAL.-On October 2,, 1936, at Perth,
AL L .-----On September -18, at her resi?denee,
SMALEY.-On September 18, at Singapore,
Ivireen (?Been), loving niece of Mr. and Mr.
BTEVENSON.-On October .2, 1936, at Perth
rOTT.-On October 2, at Victoria Park, Arthur.
TFI?ORPE---On October 1, at Subiaco. William
WELCHMAN.--On October: 1, 1936, at Rose
AMrae Heroes.
BYSI.--In loving memory of our dear Son,
Sergeant I. F. Bysh, killed in action in
CROCKETJT.--In loving memory of our dear
eldest Son and Brother, ergeant Frank Edward
CROCKETI.-In loving memory of Sergeant F.
E. Crockett (Ted): 28th Battalion, killed
ORR---To remember Private Jack Orr, 28th
TRItNFULL.--In ad but loving memory of our
dear Husband and Dad, Edwin Montague Trun
full, who piassed away (suddenly) October 4,
BARRAH.-In loving memory of my darling
BARRAH.l-In loving memory of our darling
BARRAH.--In loving memory of our darling
BROWN.-In loving memory of my dear Wife
BROWN.-In loving memory of our dear
BROWN.-In memory of my dear Mother, who
BROWN.-In loving memory of my dear Sister,
BRYAN.--In loving memory of my dear Wife,
BRYAN.--In loving memory of our dear Mother,
BRYA.--?oving memories of my dear Mother,
BRYAN.-Loving memories true and tender
EVANS.--In loving memory of my dear Mother,
EVAIS.--In loving memory of our dear
FLACK.--3n fond remembrance of my Husband,
.ohn Andrew (Jack), who passed peacefully
FLACK.-In loving memory of our dear Father,
OIBBS.-In loving memory of my dear Mother
HAWORTIL--n loving memory of our dear
- Husband,, Dad and Granddad, who passed
HOILLAMBY.---In loving memory of our dear
ROiliAMBY.-In lovihg memory of my dear 1
ister, Dick, who iled. October 8, 1932.
HOLL.AMBY.--In loving memory of our dear
EIRLE.-In treasured memory of our darling
KEIRLE.--In loving memory of darling: laurie,
EIBIE.--In loving memory of darling Laurie,
LONG (nee Dingw~all).-Today :brings to us
OSBORNK.-ln loving memory of our dear Haru
PRESTOD.---n loving memory of our dear
Comeade, Fr-ak, who passed away October
PUiDY.--In loving memory of my dear Fathe
S ANDWELL.--In loving memory of iur dear
STWb-.--In loving memory of dear Mother,
G.ILKN--n loving memory of ur dear Father I
WeLrIe??-rn loving memory of our dear
WINtlING.-xn loving memory of our dear Hus
bhand and Father. Douglas, who passed away
sharp, wish to THANK all friends and relatives
. JOHN JACKSON, of 22 Cooper-street,
THE Dauhters of the late CAROLINE O'NEIIfL
fI1HE Widow and Family of the late DAVID
J. TURBET?, of 83 Kitchener-avenue, Vic-,
PBYANT.-The Friends of the late Mrs. Pris
ADWICK.-The Frieids of the late Mr.
CAtES PORCEL AIN WORKS.
Demon. w es... id't late Mr. David
8TEVENSONt.-The Friends of the late Mr.
Wat wFeeick Stevenson, dearly beloved
CITOT-Th Frindsof the late Mr. Arthur
STOT.-Mebersof the above Society ate
repatlyinvited to follow the remains
Births and Deaths, Bereavement Notices,
Marriages and In Memoriam Notices, up to six
lines 3/; each succeeding line, 6d. per line
BRESCOVICH. - -On September 28, at Nurse
COHEN. (nee Phoebe Mundy).-On October 1,
DUNSTAN .(nee Gladys O'Neill). -- On Septem
BILLIER. --On September 24, at Nurse Stock
JENNER. - On September 23, at Dalwallinu Hos
JONES. - On October 1, at Nurse Jones's Pri
JONES. - On September 24, at St. Helen's Hos
McCUBBIN. - On October I, 1936, at Parkview
MESNIL - On September 26, at the Bridgetown
POTTER. - On October 2, at Nurse Stockley's
Fremantle, to Mr. and Mrs W. Swift - a son
TRACY. - On September 27, at Hitlrest, to
WHATELY. - On September 30, at St. ye's
WOOD. - On Septemb 26, at Beaton Boss,
WOOD. - On September 26, 1936, at Seaton
GORDON - HOBBS. - On September 12, at Bom
ba?. Captain John Gordon, to Frances Elizabeth
ARMSTRONG - COLE. - October 4, 1911, at
DEATHS.
Anderson, Alexander. | Rosenthal, Herbert.
Down, Reginald. | Smalley, Ivireen.
Dundon, David J. | Stevenson, Walter F.
McKinley, Edward.P. | Stott, Arthur.
Pinkney, Frederick C. | Thorpe, William,
Pope, Geoffrey. | Welchman, Robert E.
ANDERSON. - On September 29; 1936, Alexander,
DOWN. - On September 10, Reginald (Ray),
DUNDON. - On September 2, 1836, David Joseph,
McKINLEY. - On September 29, at Kalgoorie,
Edward Page, loved father of Mr. and Mrs.
PINKNEY. - On September 27, 1936, at Bruce
POPE. - On September 23, 1936, Geoffrey Pope,
REYNOLDS. - On September 30, 1936. at Perth,
ROSENTHAL - On October 2, 1936, at his
ROSENTHAL.- On October 2,, 1936, at Perth,
SMALLEY. - On September 18, at her residence,
7 Chancery-lane, Singapore, Ivireen (Ivy),
SMALLEY. - On September 18, at Singapore,
Ivireen (Reen), loving niece of Mr. and Mr.
STEVENSON. - On October 2, 1936, at Perth
STOTT. - On October 2, at Victoria Park, Arthur.
THORPE. - On October 1, at Subiaco. William
WELCHMAN. - On October: 1, 1936, at Rose
Anzac Heroes.
BYSH. - In loving memory of our dear Son,
Sergeant L. F. Bysh, killed in action in
CROCKETT. - In loving memory of our dear
eldest Son and Brother, Sergeant Frank Edward
CROCKETT. - In loving memory of Sergeant F.
E. Crockett (Ted), 28th Battalion, killed
ORR. - To remember Private Jack Orr, 28th
TRUNFULL. - In ad but loving memory of our
who passed away (suddenly) October 4,
BARRAH. - In loving memory of my darling
BARRAH. - In loving memory of our darling
BARRAH. - In loving memory of our darling
BROWN. - In loving memory of my dear Wife
BROWN. - In loving memory of our dear
BROWN. - In memory of my dear Mother, who
BROWN. - In loving memory of my dear Sister,
BRYAN. - In loving memory of my dear Wife,
BRYAN. - In loving memory of our dear Mother,
BRYAN. - Loving memories of my dear Mother,
BRYAN. - Loving memories true and tender
EVANS. - In loving memory of my dear Mother,
EVANS. - In loving memory of our dear
FLACK. - In fond remembrance of my Husband,
John Andrew (Jack), who passed peacefully
FLACK. - In loving memory of our dear Father,
GIBBS. - In loving memory of my dear Mother
HAWORTH. - In loving memory of our dear
Husband, Dad and Granddad, who passed
HOLLAMBY. - In loving memory of our dear
HOLLAMBY. - In loving memory of my dear
sister, Dick, who died. October 8, 1932.
HOLLAMBY. - In loving memory of our dear
KEIRLE. - In treasured memory of our darling
KEIRLE. - In loving memory of darling Laurie,
KEIRLE. - In loving memory of darling Laurie,
LONG (nee Dingwall). - Today :brings to us
OSBORNE. - ln loving memory of our dear Haru
PRESTON. - In loving memory of our dear
Comrade, Frank, who passed away October
PURDY. - In loving memory of my dear Father,
SANDWELL. - In loving memory of iur dear
STURMAN. - In loving memory of dear Mother,
WILKINS. - In loving memory of ur dear Father I
WILLIAMS. In loving memory of our dear
WINNING. - In loving memory of our dear Husband
and Father, Douglas, who passed away
Sharp, wish to THANK all friends and relatives
Mr. JOHN JACKSON, of 22 Cooper-street,
THE Dauhters of the late CAROLINE O'NEILL
THE Widow and Family of the late DAVID
TURBETT, of 83 Kitchener-avenue, Vic-,
BRYANT. - The Friends of the late Mrs. Priscilla
CHADWICK. - The Frieids of the late Mr.
CALYX PORCELAIN WORKS.
DUNDON. The Friends of the late Mr. David
STEVENSON. - The Friends of the late Mr.
Walter Frederick Stevenson, dearly beloved
STOTT. - The Friends of the late Mr. Arthur
Stott, late of 96 Mackie-street, Victoria
STOTT. - Members of the above Society are
repectfully invited to follow the remains
Advertising (Advertising), The Inverell Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Saturday 26 August 1899 [Issue No.2750] page 6 2019-10-11 14:39 In the /Supreme Court i,f Sew
<Sou til Whales. Probate
senior, late of Airhe Brake near Inverell
APPLICATION will be made after fou- teen
days from the pub'icaticn hereof that
dec used may be granted to Elisabeth Wortley
Executors respectively in the esid will named
and all notices may be served at Paatoral
Chambers, Byron-st ree', Inverell.
BORTHWICK k McINTYRE,
Proctors for the Executrix aud Executors,
Whose agents are Rand and Drew of 10)
Pitt-street, Sydney.
-
In the Supreme Court of New
South Wales. Probate
senior, late of Airlie Brake near Inverell
APPLICATION will be made after fourteen
days from the publication hereof that
deceased may be granted to Elisabeth Wortley
Executors respectively in the said will named
and all notices may be served at Pastoral
Chambers, Byron-street, Inverell.
BORTHWICK & McINTYRE,
Proctors for the Executrix and Executors,
Whose agents are Rand and Drew of 100
-
The Shannon Family ORARA PIONEERS. (Article), The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser (NSW : 1886 - 1942), Friday 10 May 1940 page 3 2019-10-11 14:33 the late T. Bawden, M.LiA., edited
the late T. Bawden, M.L.A., edited
Local and General News. (Article), The Inverell Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Saturday 2 December 1899 [Issue No.2778] page 2 2019-10-11 13:10 Ont number has received the following
letteis from the Departmont of Public Works,
tended. The deceased young lady was an uni
on all sides at her untimely demise. We ex
The Invcrell and Tingha Cricket Clubs meet
Our member has received the following
letters from the Department of Public Works,
The Inverell and Tingha Cricket Clubs meet
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Australian Star (Sydney, NSW : 1887 - 1909), Tuesday 31 January 1899 [Issue No.3421] page 1 2019-10-11 13:08 " Births.
; DOUGLASS. — January 30, at her residence,
. ; Acadia; North Sydney, the wife of H.
- T. Douglass, of a son.
' ' ; Deaths.
; '.COLEMAN.— January 30,, at his residence,
. ; ' Ingledene", Pealchurst, John Colentan.'late
of,.Wagga -IWagga and1 Bathurst; N.S.W.,
: : and of .'Sussex, England,, aged 62 'years.
.....Home papers please copy. : v.
SKINNER.— January'18, 1899, :at Ills late
residence', ; Airlle (Brake,, near In verell,
-.Alexander Skinner, M.D.,' aged 88 years.
A--.'- Memoriani.. '
"our' -deai:. mother, Marlon, 'Johnston, who
.' departed this life January .31, . 1897, aged
75 years. ,
Births.
DOUGLASS. — January 30, at her residence,
H. T. Douglass, of a son.
Deaths.
COLEMAN. — January 30, at his residence,
Ingledene, Peakhurst, John Coleman, late
of Wagga Wagga and Bathurst, N.S.W.,
and of Sussex, England, aged 62 years.
Home papers please copy.
SKINNER. — January 18, 1899, at his late
Alexander Skinner, M.D., aged 88 years.
In Memoriam.
our dear mother, Marion Johnston, who
departed this life January 31, 1897, aged
75 years.
OBITUARY. (Article), The Inverell Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Saturday 21 January 1899 [Issue No.2739] page 5 2019-10-11 12:59 OlilTUARV.
It is with extreme regret tint wc have to
Wilshirc, aged 30 yeir3, the wife of Mr. G.
\\\ AVilsiiire, manager of the Bank of New
South Wales at Walgett, and ill? o-ilv
daughter of Dr. Thomas Stirlou of Invercll.
! passed away one of our oldest and 1110 s: re
spected residents in the person of Dr. Alex
ander Skinner, at the venerable age of SS
years, of senile decay. The deceased medic.)
years, the grcit?r part of which lie spent in
this district, where he leaves an aged w'dow,
and a large circ'c of relatives to whom we ox-
tend our sincere sympathy. As far back as
at the University ot Glasgow, ami lie was
therefore the oldest qualified doct »r in the
colony. Bis first appointment was as surgeon
on a whaling cruise iu the seas north of Scot
land. After this lie came to New .South
some years, when he was indued li try his
fortune among the Spaniards at Manilla iu the
Philippines, the sc.ne of one of the recaut
engagements between tin American aud
Spiiush squadrons. At- this place the doctor
is said to have benefitted himself very con
'moat lucrative practice, but seeking a more
mmonnial clime nude his wo v to Melbourne.
and thence to Glen Inues, aud tioally to
Invercll, where he resided for many years in
gentleman was at one time a Urge station
holder in the cast of the colony, and took a
He was also au Elder of the Presbyterian
Churbh, and 8 man of sterling chat acker and a
most charitable disposition in eases call nig for
to all loose with whom heenne in contact.
The services at the gnvrriifa were con
ducted by' the Rev. K R. Makin,
aud the interments took place iu the Pres
byterian portion of the ceiuctcry. 1
OBITUARY.
It is with extreme regret that we have to
Wilshire, aged 30 yeir3, the wife of Mr. G.
W. Wilshire, manager of the Bank of New
South Wales at Walgett, and the only
daughter of Dr. Thomas Stirton of Inverell.
At Airlie Brake on Wednesday last there
passed away one of our oldest and most
Skinner, at the venerable age of 88
years, of senile decay. The deceased medico
years, the greater part of which lie spent in
this district, where he leaves an aged widow,
and a large circle of relatives to whom we
extend our sincere sympathy. As far back as
at the University of Glasgow, and he was
therefore the oldest qualified doctor in the
colony. His first appointment was as surgeon
on a whaling cruise in the seas north of
Scotland. After this he came to New South
some years, when he was induced to try his
fortune among the Spaniards at Manilla in the
Philippines, the scene of one of the recent
engagements between the American and
Spanish squadrons. At this place the doctor
most lucrative practice, but seeking a more
congenial clime made his way to Melbourne,
and thence to Glen Innes, and finally to
Inverell, where he resided for many years in
gentleman was at one time a large station
holder in the east of the colony, and took a
He was also an Elder of the Presbyterian
Church, and a man of sterling character and a
most charitable disposition in cases calling for
to all those with whom he came in contact.
The services at the graveside were
conducted by the Rev. E. R. Makin,
and the interments took place in the
Presbyterian portion of the cemetery.
BANKER WEDS BRIDE IN ROSE PINK SHANNON-GODDARD (Article), The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Wednesday 6 March 1929 [Issue No.5717] page 21 2019-10-10 22:10 BRIDE IN , ROSE PINK
SHANNON-GODDARD
TfBOM head office and branches,
scores of employees of the Aus
St. Andrew's Cathedral at 6.15 yes
mnnncor MK P.. \T. f!. Shannon. mar-
rled to Miss Bvo Goddard, daughter
of MrB. Goddard of Cromorno.
The bride's becoming fro'clc was of
roBy-tinted marlottc, with long, fit
ting sleovoa and a fluttering handker
in the same shado toned with a sheaf
Her undo, Mr, W. D. S.chrader, gave
her away, and the Coadjutor. Bishop
Mrs. E. F. Vaughan was tlio matron
of honor.: Her toilet was a delightful
contrast to that of tho' bride. In Lido
blue floral ninon, it matched her sum
mer folt hat.
Mr. C. R, M. Shannon attended Ills
which took tho form of a small family
to the health of tho bride's mother.
When leaving -the reception Mrs.
Shannon covered her frock with a cyc
lamen lamo cloak. Tho honeymoon
will bo spent in New Zealand.
Mrs. Shannon'a popularity among
disposition lias won them all as
hold on Saturday at the home of Mrs.
L, P. Garland, "Hayling," Cromorne.
Garland and Enid Kendall, and tho
D. W. Garland, F. It. Garland, W. L.
Swnnson. Hilda Lea, V. and L. Doylo.
D. Plunkett, If. and N. Chambers, R.
BRIDE IN ROSE PINK
SHANNON - GODDARD
FROM head office and branches,
St. Andrew's Cathedral at 5.15
manager Mr. C. M. C. Shannon,
marrled to Miss Eve Goddard, daughter
of Mrs. Goddard of Cremorne.
The bride's becoming frock was of
rosy-tinted marlette, with long,
fitting sleeves and a fluttering handkerchief
in the same shade toned with a sheaf
Her uncle, Mr, W. D. Schrader, gave
her away, and the Coadjutor Bishop
Mrs. E. F. Vaughan was the matron
of honor. Her toilet was a delightful
contrast to that of the bride. In Lido
summer felt hat.
Mr. C. R. M. Shannon attended his
which took the form of a small family
to the health of the bride's mother.
When leaving the reception Mrs.
cyclamen lame cloak. The honeymoon
will be spent in New Zealand.
Mrs. Shannon's popularity among
disposition has won them all as
held on Saturday at the home of Mrs.
L. P. Garland, "Hayling," Cremorne.
Garland and Enid Kendall, and the
D. W. Garland, F. R. Garland, W. L.
Swanson. Hilda Lea, V. and L. Doyle,
D. Plunkett, K. and N. Chambers, R.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 24 February 1871 [Issue No.10,223] page 8 2019-10-10 20:05 WALKER—SKINNER—February 8, at Glen Innes, by the
WALKER — SKINNER — February 8, at Glen Innes, by the
After 65 Years. PIONEER RETURNS TO ARMIDALE. (Article), Guyra Argus (NSW : 1902 - 1954), Thursday 28 March 1929 page 3 2019-10-10 19:01 , After 65 Years.
PIONEER RETURNS TO ARMIDALE.
'Arniiilul' Chronkk-' savs: —
Erect uuil active, despite his Si
years. Mr. iBufc'one Owen Monotipu
After 65 Years.
PIONEER RETURNS TO ARMIDALE.
Armidale Chronicle savs : —
Erect and active, despite his 81
years. Mr. Eugene Owen Monohan
After 65 Years. PIONEER RETURNS TO ARMIDALE. (Article), Guyra Argus (NSW : 1902 - 1954), Thursday 28 March 1929 page 3 2019-10-10 18:59 Monohan's father seltlrd at. Walla
niumhi, and worked 1lx» place for him
Tim Marks in those riays were numer
Park look un Guy l'awkos about the
November 5. 1S-45. and has been fath
erless for nearly ~0 years. Captain
iVC.onnfll look up Gnra. and Mr. Har
Monohan's father settled at
Wallamumbi, and worked the place for
The Blacks in those days were numerous
Parke took up Guy Fawkes about the
November 5. 1845. and has been
fatherless for nearly 70 years. Captain
O'Connell took up Gara. and Mr.

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