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Re: trudgett genealogy- Thomas from SW- NSW OZZ b18xx
Posted by: Michael Trudgett (ID *****7381) Date: April 19, 2004 at 18:27:17
In Reply to: trudgett genealogy by marguerite trudgett of 75


Aubrey Trudgett was my uncle. His yougest brother,Jerome my father. Merlin & Doreen never married. Our grandmother, Bridget Ellen Murphy, passed on due the spanish 'flu epidemic in the '20s after WW-One to which Thomas went& returned. I knew Norman when he was very small.
there were other children of Mavis & Aubrey, but I don't rember their names.

My brother, Bernard has been doing some geneology research and has tracked down quite a bit. Norman's grandfather Thomas was from the Orange-Dubbo-Wagga (NSW)area.

Do contact me if you wish at

I can put you in contact with my brother to track down the rest of the family. Perhaps you can add to the story. I know my other brother had letters that were mailed from Southampton(UK) in the early 1800's to the Trudgetts then in the Wagga-Wagga area.

There WAS a big reunion a few years back that my brother went to, and that lady, mentioned here in this forum, from the north coast(NSW) was compiling a book about the clan. I only saw a copy of it that my father was reviewing before he died in '99.

I'm living in the USA and have noted several Trudgett's scatered around the country just based on telephone book searches.

Never had time to follow up though.


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