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Re: Rosina McNally or McNulty
Posted by: Kathleen Herron (ID *****6277) Date: January 24, 2013 at 13:12:16
In Reply to: Rosina McNally or McNulty by rhonda cook of 94936

Why don't you hunt down the original marriage cert and also see who the witnesses were? That's a more reliable record than a death cert where the informant is someone else? Also, I'd think that the original birth certs would have included the maiden name?

(Childrens' names important too.)


Abigail Cook       1867       Richard, Rosina       Cooma, New South Wales
View Record       Richard G Cook       1869       Richard, Rosina       Cooma, New South Wales
View Record       Francis W Cook       1871       Richard, Rosina       Cooma, New South Wales
View Record       Mary Elizabeth Cook       1873       Richard, Rosina       Cooma, New South Wales
View Record       Harriet Cook       1877       Richard, Rosina       Albury, New South Wales
View Record       Thomas R Cook       1884       Richard D, Rosina       Albury, New South Wales
View Record       Joseph Cook       1887       Richard, Rosina       Hume albury, New South Wales
View Record       Abigail Cook       1888       Richard, Rosina       Humeialbury, New South Wales


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