Tag Archives: Genealogy

Stepfathers – and how they can affect your research.

Stepfathers – and how they can affect your research. I have discovered that where there is a blended family or an illegitimate child within a family; the fact that the individual I am researching has a stepfather can influence the … Continue reading

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A Tribute.

Today is the second blog-anniversary of my Blog. A tribute. I have called to mind the number of monuments that I have contributed to in order to honour my ancestors. There have been two immigration walls:  one at Harvey Bay, … Continue reading

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George Booth

George Booth – results from a day of research. Sarah Vernon, a granddaughter of one of my Pye family, married George Booth in 1899 in Staffordshire.  George was born about 1877. Wanting to know who George’s parents were I checked … Continue reading

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10 children deceased.

The 1911 English census states the number of children a couple had, how many living and how many deceased. One such record I saw stated the couple had 14 children, with 4 still living and ten were deceased. I can’t … Continue reading

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Some statistics

Throughout my research I have noticed that in some branches the Pye name has ended, especially in the English branches of the family tree, therefore I decided to compare the descendants of my great, great, great grandfather, Joseph Pye, with … Continue reading

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Researching

So I’ve been busy researching and tidying up my records and had not checked my Blog stats for a couple of weeks.  Therefore I was surprised to see 96 views for yesterday.  Wow someone was interested in what I had … Continue reading

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Is this the largest family in Victoria?

A number of years ago during my decoupage class I was talking with a fellow ‘cut and paster’ about my other hobby of genealogy; how I had 54 first cousins, to which she replied that her father was one of … Continue reading

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