"I have many books relating to Tasmanian history so I will post a few at a time. Some of the books are specific to Tasmania, others (such as 1st and 2nd fleet) contain references to people who arrived in NSW and later lived in Tasmania.
"Hi David - and thank you for your good wishes. A Happy New Year to you too.
I am subscribed to Ancestry and have seen the 29 or so trees that include my Robert Snare. Unfortunately most of them contain incorrect information which…"
My great great grandfather, Robert Snare, was born in Gasthorpe in 1832 and baptised in the Riddlesworth Church. He died in Tasmania in 1901. His parents were George and Eliza (nee Howe) Snare and his grandparents were Francis and Patience Snare (nee Rice), all of whom died in Norfolk. I would love to make contact with any descendants of the Snare family.See More
I am researching the McTye or McTighe or Tighe family in Tasmania for publication in a book in 2012. I would like to make contact with researchers who may have this uncommon name in their family tree.After arriving from Ireland family members married into families connected with the midlands area of Tasmania - including Connor(s), McDermott, Hastings and Kelly/O'Kelly. See More
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Names I Research & their locations .... (please be specific here)
Snare in Norfolk and Tasmania.
Barker in Norfolk and Tasmania.
Hill in Fingal Valley and Bothwell. Ellis in Tasmania. McTye/McTighe in Ireland and Tasmania.
Goldsmith in Tasmania.
Avery in Tasmania.
I got started researching my family history ......
after being told where the graves of my great great grandparents were.
I have been doing genealogy since ....
25 years on and off
We all have them - my biggest brick wall is .......
My many Irish ancestors - all born before civil registration began.
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