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Jeremiah SCANNELL and Augusta Doratha HAMDORF
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Jeremiah and Augusta are my Great Grand Uncle and Aunt.
These are some small pieces of their story ...
First Generation in Australia
Jeremiah SCANNELL ( Jeremiah
was born about 1856 in Douglas, County Kerry, Ireland. ~s06
Jeremiah was the 7th of 8 children , 5 boys and 3 girls of
Catherine SHEEHAN and Jeremiah SCANNELL. ~s99
Jeremiah's siblings were
Andrew (c1852) and
Jeremiah migrated with his brother Michael , on Thursday 13th November 1879 from London, via Plymouth.
They migrated on the "Devon" on Thursday 4th March 1880 to Port Adelaide, South Australia. ~s29
Augusta Doratha HAMDORF was possibly born in Germany.
Jeremiah SCANNELL married Augusta Doratha HAMDORF
possibly, in South Australia. ~s03
Jeremiah and Augusta had the following children :
Alice Mary Myrtle SCANNELL was born on Wednesday 1st June 1887 in Terowie, South Australia. |
Alice's birth was registered on Monday 11th July 1887 by her mother "A D SCANNELL".
Augusta was a resident of Terowie.
Jeremiah was a labourer residing at Mount Gambier.
Alice's birth was "entered" in the Burra District Office on Thursday 14th July 1887. ~s01, s02
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