"Searching death registrations at http://www.genealogysa.org.au/ shows that in fact the death was registered in 1972 (and this is where I found his widow's name). So you should be able to buy a death certificate -- ridiculously expensive in SA…"
"The online death registration records at Genealogy SA (http://www.genealogysa.org.au/) only go up to 1972 ... with any luck 1973 will be added in the not too distant future. But there are lots of SA cemetery records online, for example Centennial…"
That is a kind offer. I am rather distantly related to two people buried in the Kapunda General Cemetery, namely James and John Caddy (who were brothers). I am their 2nd cousin twice removed. It would be nice to have photos of their graves. I am…"
"I've been looking for mentions of A. J. Todd in newspapers, and found several. Perhaps of most
interest for you is this one:
It contains the information that Mrs A. J. Todd died on 6/9/1873, on…"
"Probably they were married in England, Ireland, USA or Canada!
But the fact that William's parents were named John and Elizabeth, combined with other
things I know, makes it pretty certain that he is who I think he is. The outstanding…"
If 78 years 6 months is accurate as to the number of months then he was born between
August 20 and September 19 in 1803, which agrees with my best guess based on census data.
He actually wasn't baptized until Jan 20th 1805. If…"
I have an interest in one William Huntington, Mathematical Instrument Maker of Boston, born 1803 in England,
died 1882 in Chelsea MA. I suspect that he was the brother of Elizabeth Ann Peabody, born Devon, England in
1806, died December…"
My paternal grandfather was born in Ebbw Vale, Wales, in 1873, to parents who were both born in Ireland. His mother's maiden name was Mary Ann Macnamara, but she was a widow when she married my great grandfather (in Ebbw Vale in 1872.I would like to discover more about my grandfather's half-sister Mary Ann. She was probably born in about 1867, where I do not know, Her father's surname was (probably) Donnel or O'Donnell (with a variable number of ens and ells).The family came to South Australia…See More
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