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Margaret Grogan's Family Tree
austmap.gif - 98.4 K I live on the south coast of New South Wales (NSW), Australia. This is paradise - a lake one side, a river the other, and the Pacific Ocean as far as the eye can see to the east. Where the dolphins come to surf and whales cruise by. It is only a short drive to National Parks, and a 3 hour drive to the mountains and ski fields.
Sydney, capital of New South Wales (NSW), is a 4 hour drive to the north, 350km. Melbourne, capital of Victoria (Vic), is an 8 hour drive to the south, 740km. Canberra, the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) is a 3 hour drive to the west.
My interests are golf, genealogy, guitar, learning to surf, canoeing, and going for picnics in our bright yellow Moke.
My objectives for my genealogy research included
  • obtaining shipping information as to how my ancestors arrived into Australia
  • determining the incidence of twins in my Smith / Pearce line
    My objectives for my home page included
  • learning to write HTML code (I just use Windows Notepad to write the HTML code)
  • allowing others to access my family tree and my family album via the internet
  • hoping to make contact with others researching the same families:
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    Irl flag 1 K Co. Clare: Oughmanna, Burren DALY (1830's),
    Co. Cavan: DONO(G)HUE (1840's),
                 Co. Cork: Cork: GROGAN/GRIFFINS Barracks Stream and St.Lukes Cross (St. Patrick's parish) (1850+)
                 HARTNETT/KELLEHER (1850's- 1890's) GROGAN/HARTNETT (1879-1885), Francis Street, (St. Peter & St. Paul)
                 Co. Longford: MILLS/HEWITT Cornamuckla, Forgney, (1820+)

    Brit flag 1 KLancashire: West Derby, Liverpool OLIVER /CLAY (1820+)
    Middlesex: Brentford, Greater London PEARCE/MITCHELL (1830+)
                 Berkshire: Ginge, West Hendred SMITH/ MAY (1690+)
                 Oxfordshire: Crowmarsh Gifford SMITH/BITMEAD (BIDMEAD), SMITH/WILDER, WILDER/LOVEGROVE (1800's)

    Welsh flag 1 KGlamorgan: Llantrisant, Llantwit Fardre DAVID(DAVIES)/GRIFFITH Coychurch (1790+)
    Brecon: Llanynys, Breckonshire (now Powys) WILLIAMS/DAVI(E)S(1820+)

    Aus flag 1 K New South Wales: Hay MILLS/ DAVIES
    South Australia: OLIVER / DONO(G)HUE
                 Victoria: Brighton SMITH/ PEARCE, SMITH/ MILLS, Brunswick DAVIES/ WILLIAMS, Geelong PEARCE/ DALY,
                 South Melbourne GROGAN/ OLIVER

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    Questions, requests or suggestions please feel free to e-mail me at mgrogan92@gmail.com
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    Last updated 9 Jul 1998


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    Shipping
    The Families who landed into Australia

    Person

    Born

    Birth Place

    Occupation

    Arrival into Australia

    John GROGAN

    1859

    Cork, Co. Cork, IRELAND

    Sailmaker

    1884 - 1885 NSW

    Ellen GROGAN

    c.1861

    Cork, Co. Cork, IRELAND

     

    "Aberdeen" 1885, NSW

    William OLIVER

    c.1829

    Liverpool, LAN ENGLAND

    Builder

    South Aust. < 1866

    William SMITH

    1817

    Crowmarsh, OXF, ENG

    Agric.Lab.

    "Maitland" 1849, Vic

    Mary Ann SMITH

    1823

    Crowmarsh, OXF, ENG

    Home Duty

    "Maitland" 1849, Vic

    The Singles who landed into Australia

    Person

    Born

    Birth Place

    Occupation

    Arrival into Australia

    Maria DALY

    c.1835

    ?, Co. Clare, IRELAND

    Nursemaid

    "Cambodia"1852

    Evan DAVIES

    1819

    Llantrisant, GLA, WALES

    Gold Digger

    Vic. before 1857

    Mary DONO(G)HUE

    c.1857

    ?, IRELAND

     

    Possibilitiesinto SA

    Stephen MILLS

    1845

    Co. Longford, IRELAND

    Farmer

    NSW c. 1864

    William PEARCE

    c.1832

    Brentford, MDX, ENG

    Gold Miner

    Vic. < 1852

    Elizabeth WILLIAMS

    c.1831

    Brecon, BRE, WALES

    Cook

    "Appleton"?1857

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