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Re: Publican Lookup-Names included this time:)
Posted by: Ian Gardener (ID *****2316) Date: April 26, 2010 at 17:45:17
In Reply to: Re: Publican Lookup-Names included this time:) by Trish of 859

Unfortunately I know zip about them. I've only recently come across info on their names in old papers, on the death of another relative. Until then nobody even knew the names.

They are my paternal g/mother's parents. My grandmother died when my father was 12 so nobody alive knew anything at all except the publicans story and that they probably lived around Sth Melb (Emerald Hill) like everyone else in our extended family at that time.

So the emerald hill link looks good.

By her wedding certificate, their daughter Nellie was 18 in 1910 & living at the Wayside Inn.

Even if we assume she's the youngest and that her parents were around 20 when she was born, they could still have lived well into the 1950s or longer. Possibly outliving her passing in 1952.


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