LENDING THE WAY

FAMILY HISTORY WITH PEDIGREE CHARTS

DECEASED INDIVIDUALS SHOWN HERE ONLY

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DANIEL

CLARKE

LELLO,

SAMUEL BAKER, JOHN BROWN, JOHNSTONE,

TASMANIAN FAMILIES

CHEESEMAN, WHEATLEY, TIMMS, BOLTON

WOHLMANN

SPECULATIONS

ON JOHN BROWN & SAMUEL HODKIN (ODKENBAKER)

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Welcome!

We don't show the way, we lend it to you.

Borrow from us by all means, but if you display word for word what you find in the notes, remember this is copyright.


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The pages in this regularly maintained database, arranged in family groups of parents with their children, describe a set of linked families, mainly originally from England.

Over the centuries there have been infusions from France, Germany, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

Some of these, the Huguenots, fled terrible religious persecution. Others travelled in search of adventure or to make their fortunes (some successfully), including from the far south of present-day Germany on  the northern fringes of old Swabia, and maybe Alsace too.

More recently, a fresh set joined the band from the old British Commonwealth: Australia (especially Tasmania and Victoria), Canada, Malaysia, Thailand, New Zealand, and South Africa. This is, we know, merely the tip of the iceberg: their living descendants are all over the world. There are several thousand of them, so they cannot all be represented in this public forum. Besides, the living are not included, to protect their privacy.

This is a resource, a free offering of everything we have discovered. Help yourself.

And in case you're wondering, it's the flag of Tasmania at the top.


WARNING

Always check everything. We do our best to be accurate, but we do make mistakes. Take nothing for granted.

ABOUT US

We're a group of cousins who stumbled across each other through our family history research, not having known of each others' existence. Together, but with a fair degree of assistance from paid professionals (to get round the costs and sweat of travelling huge distances), we've compiled these history pages for several linked families. So although we may not all share the same ancestry, members of our families do.

We believe in sharing what we know, rather than taking the regrettably all-too-common attitude: 'What's mine will never be yours'.



Website revised 29 September 2014

© 2014 Gwyneth Daniel Cheeseman

To contact, e-mail ... 1938gwrodaATgmail.com replacing AT with the usual symbol. Please give a relevant heading, citing the family concerned