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Lost and found in Australia

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  • Richard King (1832 - d.)
    Father of one of the (if not the) largest family in Australia in 1911 Richard KING born 15/9/1832 Oxfordshire, arrived in Austalia age 8 wife born 31/1/1838 Somersetshire, arrived in Australia age 13 m...
  • Rum John Conn (c.1790 - d.)
    Rum John Conn (probably not real name) India John Taylor(1804-1850), the youngest son who arrived in the Greencock in January 1828, received 500 acres (202 ha) by grant, and bought the near-by prop...
  • George Laing Duthie (1891 - 1918)
    Sergeant. George Lang (Liang) Duthie 5'11" tall, thick set, fair complexion See sources for description of battle, his mothers name and his and her last known address. George Lang Duthie Serv...
  • William Archer Deacon (1789 - 1859)
    William Archer Deacon Some call him II but not sure yet. Also not sure if his wife did in fact come with him to SA in 1836, she may have returned. Children seem to have married in UK or "out of Sta...
  • John Harvey Bellman (c.1818 - d.)
    John Harvey Bellman There may have been two John Harvey Bellmans in the State, but neither seemed to have children there. 1849 Arrived on ship Aden 1850 Police officer deceased South Australian...

Lost and found in Australia

This project is designed to re-unite families to lost individuals on the tree. How many of us had that "Uncle" or "Best Mate of Dads" that did not seem to have any family? How many times in your research do you find someone, who, is a mystery, you want to add him to the tree, but, have no idea where he/she belongs.

This is a way to honour that person, and, a place where others can search to find their lost relative. If you have known them, a chance to share those times with those who did not have the chance.

How to add an individual.

  1. To add an individual, you can simply add another child to your father, and, then, delete the relationship. This will cause that individual to be isolated from your family, and, then you can fill in their details on the profile.
  2. Once you have all the details filled in, add the individual to this project. See here how to add a profile to a project.

At times we will leave a "spare" individual profile in the project that may be edited by you to add a new person. They will be called "Lost In Australia1" and so on.

The persons added to the project MUST be deceased, and the profile MUST be set to public.

What to do when you find someone here.

  1. If you find someone here who belongs to your tree, then contact the profile manager, who, hopefully will know this person, and can assist verification.
  2. Once you are sure that person belongs to your family, merge them to your tree, and contact us to remove them from the project.

The past is the past, and a time for healing is now. Thank you in advance for your contributions to this worthy project.

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