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William Brooks (1815 - 1895)

John James Rosser on 21st February, 2012 wrote:We believe that my great great grandfather escaped amid the confusion when the ship The Waterloo sunk off the coast of South Africa on the 28 August 1842....

1/6/2015 1/1/2018

William Rosser (1817 - 1893)

John James Rosser on 21st February, 2012 wrote:We believe that my great great grandfather escaped amid the confusion when the ship The Waterloo sunk off the coast of South Africa on the 28 August 1842....

1/6/2015 1/1/2018

William John Worthington (c.1826 - d.)

The Haystack grows bigger and the needle smaller===ON 14 OCTOBER 2013.Bets TerblanceMy search involves finding the origins of my great-grandfather on maternal side. My grandfather’s surname was initial...

7/21/2013 1/1/2018

Sketcher and military officer, he was stationed in Australia twice and sketched local scenes. In about 1845 Charles Hutchins published lithographs from seven of Hext's sketches as "Views in Australia a...

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