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    1. Re: [AVNE] GRAHAM Family
    2. Rosalyn Strutton Smaill
    3. Hi Ted, You may not have received this info about Robert Graham: >From Tom NEWTH's Book "That's what Grandpa said." In the North Eastern Victoria lists on police files, there are 122 names of people described as sympathisers and in 1880 many of these people were locked up at Beechworth jail, but they had to be released because they were detained without Warrant. NAME ADDRESS OCCUPATION ... Robert GRAHAM Glenrowan Selector I hope this helps, and if you would like I can send the whole list. Rosalyn ----- Original Message ----- From: "Cynthia and Ted Glover" <cynted@actrix.co.nz>

    12/09/2010 02:42:10
    1. [AVNE] That's What Grandpa Said by Tom Newth
    2. Doug MacLaren-Smith
    3. Hi All I thought that I would throw my hat in the Kelly ring. >From page 47 to 83 of the above book Tom tells the "Stories of Ned Kelly" as told to him.He also lists Kelly Sympathisers. Also my Grandfather David Smith son of James Smith, while living in Oxley/Milawa across the road from the Brown Brother's Winery as a small boy told me a story when I use to visit him in Albury as a small boy, it goes something like this:- "One night dad and I had finished ploughing for the day unhitched the team of horses from the plough and went home with the horses leaving the plough up the paddock for the night. Next morning when they returned to the plough all the mould boards were missing and he believed that they were use to build one of the Kelly Gang's Armour. regards Doug MacLaren-Smith

    08/20/2006 01:17:14
    1. Re: [AVNE] That's What Grandpa Said by Tom Newth
    2. bruce johnson
    3. great story doug bruce ----- Original Message ----- From: "Doug MacLaren-Smith" <dougmaclaren-smith@bigpond.com> To: <aus-vic-ne@rootsweb.com> Sent: Sunday, August 20, 2006 7:17 AM Subject: [AVNE] That's What Grandpa Said by Tom Newth > Hi All > I thought that I would throw my hat in the Kelly ring. > >From page 47 to 83 of the above book Tom tells the "Stories of Ned Kelly" as > told to him.He also lists Kelly Sympathisers. > Also my Grandfather David Smith son of James Smith, while living in > Oxley/Milawa across the road from the Brown Brother's Winery as a small boy > told me a story when I use to visit him in Albury as a small boy, it goes > something like this:- "One night dad and I had finished ploughing for the > day unhitched the team of horses from the plough and went home with the > horses leaving the plough up the paddock for the night. Next morning when > they returned to the plough all the mould boards were missing and he > believed that they were use to build one of the Kelly Gang's Armour. > regards > Doug MacLaren-Smith > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to AUS-VIC-NE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message >

    08/20/2006 09:27:49
    1. [AVNE] Fw: That's What Grandpa Said by Tom Newth
    2. Mary Dean
    3. Yes, and my Aunt used to tell me stories about her mother (my grandmother) being best friends with Kate Kelly!!! My answer to all these stories is "prove it". Everyone seemed to have a relationship with the Kelly's, so I have to believe only what can be proved, at least read some newspapers of the day, and see what we can all "prove". Not trying to be negative, but so much has been made up over the years, it seems "everyone" knew them!! Mary > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Doug MacLaren-Smith" <dougmaclaren-smith@bigpond.com> > To: <aus-vic-ne@rootsweb.com> > Sent: Sunday, August 20, 2006 7:17 AM > Subject: [AVNE] That's What Grandpa Said by Tom Newth > > >> Hi All >> I thought that I would throw my hat in the Kelly ring. >>>From page 47 to 83 of the above book Tom tells the "Stories of Ned Kelly" >>>as >> told to him.He also lists Kelly Sympathisers. >> Also my Grandfather David Smith son of James Smith, while living in >> Oxley/Milawa across the road from the Brown Brother's Winery as a small >> boy >> told me a story when I use to visit him in Albury as a small boy, it goes >> something like this:- "One night dad and I had finished ploughing for the >> day unhitched the team of horses from the plough and went home with the >> horses leaving the plough up the paddock for the night. Next morning when >> they returned to the plough all the mould boards were missing and he >> believed that they were use to build one of the Kelly Gang's Armour. >> regards >> Doug MacLaren-Smith >> >> >> ------------------------------- >> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >> AUS-VIC-NE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the >> quotes in the subject and the body of the message >> >> ************************************************************** >> Scanned by eScan Anti-Virus and Content Security Software. >> Visit http://www.mwti.net for more info on eScan and MailScan. >> ************************************************************** >> >> >

    08/20/2006 01:37:15
    1. Re: [AVNE] Milawa Co-op Dairy Co 1891-1992
    2. Doug & Pat MacLaren-Smith
    3. Hi I have a copy of Tom Newth's Book "Milawa Co-operative Dairy Co. (Limited) 1891-1992. This book is not indexed but I may be able to help from the minutes of Meetings which are all in date order. So if I am given dates I am happy to look through these minutes and see what I can find. Regards Doug ----- Original Message ----- From: "Denise" <denisem@powerup.com.au> To: <AUS-VIC-NE-L@rootsweb.com> Sent: Monday, April 05, 2004 6:13 PM Subject: Re: [AVNE] Milawa Co-op Dairy Co 1891-1992 > I too would like to know. I'm interested in the Milawa Creamy at Carboor > circa 1900 on Forest Park Estate. > > Denise > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Rhonda Windsor" <rwindsor@tpg.com.au> > To: <AUS-VIC-NE-L@rootsweb.com> > Sent: Monday, April 05, 2004 3:35 PM > Subject: [AVNE] Milawa Co-op Dairy Co 1891-1992 > > > > Hi all, > > > > I notice on one website that there is a book about the "Milawa Co-op > Dairy Co 1891-1992" written by Tom Newth. Does anybody have a copy of this > book, and is it indexed? > > > > > > Rhonda > > > >

    04/06/2004 02:25:27
    1. That's what she said!
    2. Bob Kane
    3. Just heard a good one today. The little boy (Ray) returned home from his aunt's, where he had lunch, and told his mother he'd had Tomato Poo. He thought the question had been: "Would you like some Tomato Poo, Ray?" Bob

    10/07/2005 10:25:28
    1. [AVNE] Peechelba
    2. Doug & Pat MacLaren-Smith
    3. A looking at Tom NEWTH'S Book "James and Catherine (Mathieson) NEWTH to the memory of the Newth Pioneers, A FAMILY HISTORY" I see 4 photos at Peechelba which may help. (1) Kath, Stella, Maise Newth and Angus Simmonds at Peechelba (2) Simmonds family at Peechelba (3) Lake View--Peechelba (4) Maise Newth and Angus Simmonds at Homestead Peechelba James Simmonds and wife Mary Ann Newth lived at Boorhaman and Peechelba in the late 1800's and early 1900's where they raised a family of twelve children. Happy hunting Doug MacLaren-Smith

    07/29/2003 01:51:34
    1. Re: [AVNE] Milawa Co-op Dairy Co 1891-1992
    2. Denise
    3. Doug, if you can find any mention of the Milawa Creamery etc. at Carboor say 1891-1903 on Forest Park Estate, it would be appreciated. I thought perhaps there may be in the minutes some reference to this. Just when you have time. Thanks Doug Denise ----- Original Message ----- From: "Doug & Pat MacLaren-Smith" <youknow@nor.com.au> To: <AUS-VIC-NE-L@rootsweb.com> Sent: Tuesday, April 06, 2004 8:25 AM Subject: Re: [AVNE] Milawa Co-op Dairy Co 1891-1992 > Hi > I have a copy of Tom Newth's Book "Milawa Co-operative Dairy Co. > (Limited) 1891-1992. > This book is not indexed but I may be able to help from the minutes of > Meetings which are all in date order. > So if I am given dates I am happy to look through these minutes and see > what I can find. > Regards > Doug > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Denise" <denisem@powerup.com.au> > To: <AUS-VIC-NE-L@rootsweb.com> > Sent: Monday, April 05, 2004 6:13 PM > Subject: Re: [AVNE] Milawa Co-op Dairy Co 1891-1992 > > > > I too would like to know. I'm interested in the Milawa Creamy at Carboor > > circa 1900 on Forest Park Estate. > > > > Denise > > ----- Original Message ----- > > From: "Rhonda Windsor" <rwindsor@tpg.com.au> > > To: <AUS-VIC-NE-L@rootsweb.com> > > Sent: Monday, April 05, 2004 3:35 PM > > Subject: [AVNE] Milawa Co-op Dairy Co 1891-1992 > > > > > > > Hi all, > > > > > > I notice on one website that there is a book about the "Milawa Co-op > > Dairy Co 1891-1992" written by Tom Newth. Does anybody have a copy of > this > > book, and is it indexed? > > > > > > > > > Rhonda > > > > > > >

    04/06/2004 11:51:01
    1. Re: [AVNE] Ned Kelly's Armour Reply
    2. xtr100912
    3. Hi Doug, This morning I read your email re the KELLY sympathisers, armor, etc. Georgina (Ina) Elizabeth CULPH, daughter of Charles and Mary Jane HARRISON married into my TRIMBLE family. I am in touch with their daughter-in-law on a regular basis. As you can imagine I have quite a number of KELLY sympathisers in the family - TANNERS, William, Frederick, etc., HART, John, Paddy, Brian, Hugh, DELANEY, Daniel (who was Greta blacksmith in partnership with Henry HANKINS), FLYNN, Michael James etc., etc. Family tradition has the TANNERs and Daniel DELANEY also being involved in the construction of the armor. Is it possible for you to please check these names against your copy of "THAT'S WHAT GRANDPA SAID. " written by Tom Newth? There are mentions of some of them in other books, but I have not seen copy of " THAT'S WHAT GRANDPA SAID," to this point in time. Best Wishes and thanks Rosalyn Smaill

    11/30/2000 05:21:59
    1. [Italy] Grandfathe's name?
    2. Dennis and Joan Hills
    3. Grandpa pronounced VanDatta, Vendetta. Also, he was born overseas somewhere and came through Ellis Island in the 1800's sometime. The confusion of the name came up after he got in the states and WW1 started and grandpa had a hard to time proving he was a U.S. Citizen. My uncle, grandpas son said that grandpa said he thought they probably couldn't speak english(immigrants)and that's where the name got screwed up. Apparently grandpa came over with his dad and brother first and he was around 10years old at the time. Whew! that was a mouth full!! Sorry to bug you guys so much. You will probably be sorry you ever answered me. Thank you Tom, gee you guys are great!!! Joanie from Oregon

    03/06/2002 04:36:31
    1. hundred of Lesnewth also SEDGMAN/WILLIAMS/JAMES/JULIAN
    2. Hodson's
    3. Can anyone tell me when Lesnewth became the modern name of this north Cornish hundred, in the Domesday book it is named Lisniwen. I have searched those resources available to me on-line but have found no clues. My great grandmother was a Newth, this is a Gloucestershire family which has been traced back to 1530 and to the best of my knowledge all Newth's (a rare name) stem from this connection, which may possibly have Welsh origins. Having just discovered the hundred of Lesnewth (which just goes to show what happens when you look at the Cornish Freecen !) I have to wonder if there is any connection. Any input would be much appreciated. I am also looking for anyone with a connection to Sedgman/Williams/James and Julian families from Porthleven, Breage, Helston and St. Keverne areas. regards, Jane.

    02/07/2006 07:38:50
    1. Re: [AVNE] Ned Kelly's Armour Reply
    2. Cathy Dunn
    3. Even my family has tales about the Armour Cato - Conway - Quinn - Gunn John Cato was a blacksmith around Cashel, Euchua, Yabba Yabba and said to have helped making the armours They were all originally from Kilmore and grew up with the Kelly Children Uncle Paddy told his kids about the boxing/fight his dad Patrick had with Ned Kelly. Also how the Gunn hide Kelly gang and supplying them with horses Cathy Dunn ----- Original Message ----- From: xtr100912 <xtr100912@xtra.co.nz> To: <AUS-VIC-NE-L@rootsweb.com> Sent: Thursday, November 30, 2000 10:21 AM Subject: Re: [AVNE] Ned Kelly's Armour Reply > Hi Doug, > > This morning I read your email re the KELLY sympathisers, armor, etc. > Georgina (Ina) Elizabeth CULPH, daughter of Charles and Mary Jane HARRISON > married into my TRIMBLE family. I am in touch with their daughter-in-law on > a regular basis. > > As you can imagine I have quite a number of KELLY sympathisers in the > family - TANNERS, William, Frederick, etc., HART, John, Paddy, Brian, Hugh, > DELANEY, Daniel (who was Greta blacksmith in partnership with Henry > HANKINS), FLYNN, Michael James etc., etc. Family tradition has the TANNERs > and Daniel DELANEY also being involved in the construction of the armor. > > Is it possible for you to please check these names against your copy of > "THAT'S WHAT GRANDPA SAID. " written by Tom Newth? There are mentions of > some of them in other books, but I have not seen copy of " THAT'S WHAT > GRANDPA SAID," to this point in time. > > Best Wishes and thanks > > Rosalyn Smaill > > > >

    11/30/2000 03:25:48
    1. Re: [WILDER-SOUTH-L] Re: Thomas Wilder & Odom
    2. Linda Sizemore
    3. Elizabeth Odom's nickname was Betsy, My father remembers Tom Wilder and He said that her name was Betsy. Yes! they lived in Treadway, it's in Hancock CO.TN. Treadway was called at onetime,Luther, TN. Tom did live to be 98, I think that's what Dad said. Tom died in 1946 What book are you talking about Sherrill? -----Original Message----- From: Sherrill U Williams <SherrillUWilliams@prodigy.net> To: WILDER-SOUTH-L@rootsweb.com <WILDER-SOUTH-L@rootsweb.com> Date: Friday, July 28, 2000 5:38 PM Subject: [WILDER-SOUTH-L] Re: Thomas Wilder & Odom >"The book" shows that a Thomas Wilder (b 1848) married "Berry" Odom. That >could be a mis-reading by someone of "Betty." This Thomas Wilder is shown >as a son of George & Rhoda Brewer Wilder. Book says they lived at Treadway, >TN. > >I believe this is the Thomas Wilder who lived into his 90's, and is the >source of much of the information that is published in the W.M. Wilder book. > >Sherrill

    07/28/2000 05:43:38
    1. [HS] a little city boy
    2. Donnie
    3. Once while on the farm a little city boy was visiting. He seen the horns on one of the cows and said "what is that?" grandpa said "that's his horns" little boy said "how do you honk em?" now that's cute. Sandy M.

    01/04/2003 02:56:24
    1. Re: [AVNE] Kelly Sympathisers
    2. Denise McMahon
    3. Doug, what a mammoth task. Great job. Denise ----- Original Message ----- From: "Doug & Pat MacLaren-Smith" <youknow@nor.com.au> To: <AUS-VIC-NE-L@rootsweb.com> Sent: Saturday, December 02, 2000 7:10 AM Subject: [AVNE] Kelly Sympathisers > Hi All > As so many interest are shown in Ned Kelly I list some of his known friends Doug (:- (:- > P S Sorry it didn't print out the way I typed it Doug (:- (:- > Kelly Sympathisers > > >From Tom Newth's Book "That's what Grandpa said." > > In the North Eastern Victoria lists on police files, there are 122 names of people described as sympathisers and in 1880 many of these people were locked up at Beechworth jail, but they had to be released because they were detained without Warrant. > > Name Address Occupation Name Address Occupation > > John Barnett Greta Selector ,*Patrick Lloyd Greta Labourer, *John Barnett jnr. Greta do ,*Thomas Lloyd jnr. Greta Labourer, William Barnett Greta Selector, *John Lloyd jnr. Greta Labourer, Mathew Barnett Greta --, Catherine Lloyd Greta -- ,Thomas Barnett Greta Selector, John Lynch Terrick Terrick Labourer, Edward Barnett Greta--, JamesBrien/Bryan Wangaratta Selector, Rody Maher Broken River--, *James Brien/Bryan jnr Wangaratta Selector Robert Miller Mansfield Selector *Joseph Byrne Beechworth Labourer Mary Miller Mansfield -- Margaret Byrne Beechworth Selector Michael Miller Buchkland Select Dennis Byrne Beechworth -- *Andrew Morton -- Labourer *Patrick Byrne Beechworth Labourer William Morton Benalla Selector Kate Byrne Beechworth -- *Dennis McAuliffe Greta Selector Edward Burke Hidi Selector Thomas McAuliffe Greta Selector Francis Beecroft Longwood Hawker's Henry McAuliffe Glenrowan Selector Boy Bridget McAuliffe Glenrowan -- William Culph Oxley Blachsmith *Patrick McAuli! > ffe Greta Labourer *Charles Culph Oxley Blacksmith John McElroy Benella -- *James Clancy Wangaratta -- Patrick McElroy -- --*Daniel Clancy Wangaratta -- Alexander McInnis Corryong Labourer *Daniel Delaney Greta Labourer Duncan McInnis Corryong Selector Michael Delaney Greta Selector John McMonigle Glenrowan SelectorPatrick Delaney Greta -- John Nolan Greta Selector *Michael Delaney jnr Greta -- *Daniel Nolan Greta -- Robert Ellis Hedi -- *Michael Noland Greta -- John Fox Beechworth -- *Isaac Nixon -- Labourer*Alexander Gunn Greta Selector John O'Brien Greta SelectorRobert Graham Glenrowan Selcetor *John O'Brien Greta LabourerJames Glouster Seymour Hawker Henry Perkins Mansfield SelectorBenjamin Gould Euror Selector James Quinn King River LabourerMichael Hanney Lake Rowan -- John Quinn King River SelectorIsaac Hall -- Labourer *Joseph Ryan Lake Rowan LabourerJohn Hall Benalla Shearer John Ryan Lake Rowan Selector*Steve Hart Wangaratta Labourer Thomas Ryan Lake Rowan --Brian H! > art Wangaratta -- Daniel Ryan Greta SelectorEtty Hart Wangaratta -- *William Robertson King River LabourRichard Hart Wangaratta Selector Elizabeth Summers Lurg Servant*Richard Hart jnr Wangaratta Labourer *Aaron Sherritt Beechworth Selector*Thomas Hart Wangaratta -- *John Sherritt Beechworth --John Hart Wangaratta -- Margaret Skillian Greta --James Hart Oxley Selector *William Skillian Greta --Fredrick Hart Albury Labourer Walter Stewart -- --Francis Harty Winton Selector John Stewart -- --Joseph Harvey -- -- *Richard Strickland Moyhu LabourerPatrick Hennessy Glenrowan Selector *Henry Strickland Moyhu LabourerWilliam Higgins Glenrowan Selector William Tanner Greta SelectorGeorge Johnston Oxley Selector *William Tanner jnr Greta LabourerJames Kershaw jnr Greta Selector John Kearney Lurg Selector John Tanner Greta Selector*Edward Kelly (Ned) Greta Labourer Frederick Tanner Greta Selector*Daniel Kelly Greta Labourer James Tanner Myeehee Selector*James Kelly Greta Labourer Danie! > l Tanner Greta SelectorEllen Kelly Greta Selector Owen Trainor Broken Kate Kelly Greta -- Creek CarrierGrace Kelly Greta -- Owen Trainor jnr Broken Ann Kelly Greta -- Creek SelectorJames Kelly (uncle) -- Labourer William Williamson Greta Labourer Roderick Kennedy Donnybrook -- Michael Woodyard -- --Max Kraft Wangaratta Hawker *Isaih Wright Mansfield Labourer Thomas Lloyd Greta Selector *Thomas Wright Mansfield Labourer Jane Lloyd Greta -- *William Woods Towong Selector Mary Lloyd Greta -- John Watson Greta Selector John Lloyd Greta Selector William Watson Greta Selector * Denotes Members of the Greta Mob > > > > >

    12/02/2000 02:13:40
    1. RE: [DNA] Re: none
    2. Amelia Reimer
    3. Funny... My grandpa (mom's dad) used to tell us that we were "Black Irish"... or "Scotch-Irish"... from his mother's side. And that regardless, we were "Duke's Mix" (whatever that's supposed to mean)... and to never EVER let anyone tell us that we were "Heinz 57". Hmmm... go figure. Mind you, that doesn't take into account my grandmother (mom's mom) being 1/2 "Pennsylvania Dutch"... nor my father's German/Russian background. We were instructed that we were what grandpa was. Funny what pride can do... Well, since "Duke's Mix" is yet undefined, I guess that's what I am. Grandpa said so. *wink* At 12:02 PM 7/10/2004 -0500, you wrote: >Audrey... > >Is that the same as Heinz-57 as my Grandmother used to tell us.... > >Bill

    07/10/2004 06:59:26
    1. Re: [JORDAN] Irish Jordans
    2. Hi, June. My JORDANs were from Ireland. But that's all i know. i don't know where in ireland they were from, but they had very "thick" accents. my grandpa said that his grandpa spoke "with a brogue so thick i couldn't understand a wolrd he said." My jordans migrated to the USA, but i don't know where they entered. my g-g-grandpa ended up in Roane Co., TN, after a while in SC and NC. he was rarely home--gone most of the year. he was called "Tom", so i assume his name was Thomas. I don't even know when he was born. He married elizabeth PHILLIPS, born 1810 in SC, in about 1834. their first child, emmaline, was born 1835 in NC. Tom is never mentioned in any census; only elizabeth and the children. Tom could have been a lot older than Elizabeth, or about the same age. I think he was born between 1800 and 1815 because he was a farm laborer some of the time and had to be young enough to do all the labor and traveling on horse or by foot until the 1880s. (my grandpa was born 1877, and he rembered his grandpa tom from the 1880s.) my phillips are irish, too. a clan of phillips and jordans lived near each other in Roane Co. and inter married. i have a feeling they were connected back in Ireland, too. i know this doesn't help you, but thought you might have info that would help me. feel free to keep in touch just in case... karlene On Nov 3, 2007, at 7:44 PM, chris martin wrote: > Hi List, > > I am looking for Jordans from Ireland. Both in Dublin and Wexford. > I have Robert Edward Jordan born Dublin either 1825 0r 1827. He > married Eliza Jane Jordan from Wexford born 1831 (I think). Roberts > father was Christopher and his mothet Ester Bingham. Eliza's > parents were > Jane Pyers and Robert Jordan. (This information caomes from the > marriage certificate.) > I know Robert Edward came to Australia in 1857. I don't know when > Eliza came. > > Can anyone help? > > Cheers > June Martin (nee Jordan) > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to JORDAN- > request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes > in the subject and the body of the message

    11/04/2007 12:33:08
    1. Re: [AVNE] Kelly Sympathisers
    2. Joan Fawcett
    3. hi Doug what a wonderful list of names, thank you. Sounds like they arrested half the district <s> Jenny F -----Original Message----- From: Doug & Pat MacLaren-Smith <youknow@nor.com.au> To: AUS-VIC-NE-L@rootsweb.com <AUS-VIC-NE-L@rootsweb.com> Date: Saturday, 2 December 2000 7:13 Subject: [AVNE] Kelly Sympathisers >Hi All > As so many interest are shown in Ned Kelly I list some of his known friends Doug (:- (:- > P S Sorry it didn't print out the way I typed it Doug (:- (:- >Kelly Sympathisers > >>From Tom Newth's Book "That's what Grandpa said." > >In the North Eastern Victoria lists on police files, there are 122 names of people described as sympathisers and in 1880 many of these people were locked up at Beechworth jail, but they had to be released because they were detained without Warrant. > >Name Address Occupation Name Address Occupation > >John Barnett Greta Selector ,*Patrick Lloyd Greta Labourer, *John Barnett jnr. Greta do ,*Thomas Lloyd jnr. Greta Labourer, William Barnett Greta Selector, *John Lloyd jnr. Greta Labourer, Mathew Barnett Greta --, Catherine Lloyd Greta -- ,Thomas Barnett Greta Selector, John Lynch Terrick Terrick Labourer, Edward Barnett Greta--, JamesBrien/Bryan Wangaratta Selector, Rody Maher Broken River--, *James Brien/Bryan jnr Wangaratta Selector Robert Miller Mansfield Selector *Joseph Byrne Beechworth Labourer Mary Miller Mansfield -- Margaret Byrne Beechworth Selector Michael Miller Buchkland Select Dennis Byrne Beechworth -- *Andrew Morton -- Labourer *Patrick Byrne Beechworth Labourer William Morton Benalla Selector Kate Byrne Beechworth -- *Dennis McAuliffe Greta Selector Edward Burke Hidi Selector Thomas McAuliffe Greta Selector Francis Beecroft Longwood Hawker's Henry McAuliffe Glenrowan Selector Boy Bridget McAuliffe Glenrowan -- William Culph Oxley Blachsmith *Patrick McAuli! >ffe Greta Labourer *Charles Culph Oxley Blacksmith John McElroy Benella -- *James Clancy Wangaratta -- Patrick McElroy -- --*Daniel Clancy Wangaratta - - Alexander McInnis Corryong Labourer *Daniel Delaney Greta Labourer Duncan McInnis Corryong Selector Michael Delaney Greta Selector John McMonigle Glenrowan SelectorPatrick Delaney Greta -- John Nolan Greta Selector *Michael Delaney jnr Greta -- *Daniel Nolan Greta -- Robert Ellis Hedi -- *Michael Noland Greta -- John Fox Beechworth -- *Isaac Nixon -- Labourer*Alexander Gunn Greta Selector John O'Brien Greta SelectorRobert Graham Glenrowan Selcetor *John O'Brien Greta LabourerJames Glouster Seymour Hawker Henry Perkins Mansfield SelectorBenjamin Gould Euror Selector James Quinn King River LabourerMichael Hanney Lake Rowan -- John Quinn King River SelectorIsaac Hall -- Labourer *Joseph Ryan Lake Rowan LabourerJohn Hall Benalla Shearer John Ryan Lake Rowan Selector*Steve Hart Wangaratta Labourer Thomas Ryan Lake Rowan --Brian H! >art Wangaratta -- Daniel Ryan Greta SelectorEtty Hart Wangaratta -- *William Robertson King River LabourRichard Hart Wangaratta Selector Elizabeth Summers Lurg Servant*Richard Hart jnr Wangaratta Labourer *Aaron Sherritt Beechworth Selector*Thomas Hart Wangaratta -- *John Sherritt Beechworth --John Hart Wangaratta -- Margaret Skillian Greta --James Hart Oxley Selector *William Skillian Greta --Fredrick Hart Albury Labourer Walter Stewart -- --Francis Harty Winton Selector John Stewart -- --Joseph Harvey -- -- *Richard Strickland Moyhu LabourerPatrick Hennessy Glenrowan Selector *Henry Strickland Moyhu LabourerWilliam Higgins Glenrowan Selector William Tanner Greta SelectorGeorge Johnston Oxley Selector *William Tanner jnr Greta LabourerJames Kershaw jnr Greta Selector John Kearney Lurg Selector John Tanner Greta Selector*Edward Kelly (Ned) Greta Labourer Frederick Tanner Greta Selector*Daniel Kelly Greta Labourer James Tanner Myeehee Selector*James Kelly Greta Labourer Danie! >l Tanner Greta SelectorEllen Kelly Greta Selector Owen Trainor Broken Kate Kelly Greta -- Creek CarrierGrace Kelly Greta -- Owen Trainor jnr Broken Ann Kelly Greta -- Creek SelectorJames Kelly (uncle) -- Labourer William Williamson Greta Labourer Roderick Kennedy Donnybrook -- Michael Woodyard -- --Max Kraft Wangaratta Hawker *Isaih Wright Mansfield Labourer Thomas Lloyd Greta Selector *Thomas Wright Mansfield Labourer Jane Lloyd Greta -- *William Woods Towong Selector Mary Lloyd Greta -- John Watson Greta Selector John Lloyd Greta Selector William Watson Greta Selector * Denotes Members of the Greta Mob > > > > >

    12/02/2000 03:57:10
    1. Re: Redheads
    2. Brenda Dearman
    3. Doris Pyle Haynes wrote: > Brenda, > > Maybe all those Pyle's redheads came from Kilgore ancestors !! What > do you think? > > I can name at least 25 and that's just my FIRST cousins!! Plus my > grandpa Ben and g grandpa J.J. > > Doris Yep, Dad always said there was a "Pyle in the woodpile" every time he saw a redhead in the family. Brenda

    06/15/1998 09:44:54
    1. [OKGEN-L] A Little Chuckle for the List..
    2. Tom Sutterfield
    3. I know this is off topic, but thought you all might get a chuckle out of it. :o) Tom Pssst! Hey listen... When John Glenn returns from space, everybody dress in ape suits. Pass it on. mailto:pizza@webzone.net > Pure Perspective > -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- > > Grandpa and granddaughter were sitting talking when she asked, "Did > God made you, Grandpa?" > > "Yes, God made me," the grandfather answered. > > A few minutes later, the little girl asked him, "Did God make me too?" > > "Yes, He did," the grandpa answered. > > For a few minutes, the little girl seemed to be studying her grandpa, > as well as her own reflection in a small mirror. Her grandfather > wondered what was running through her mind. At last she spoke up. > > "You know, Grandpa," she said, "God's doing a lot better job lately."

    11/05/1998 09:44:42