Can You Help?
Edward Arthur Theodore
English researcher Michael is looking to make contact with the family of the above person.
Edward married Margaret Rose Fitzsimmons, Perth 1946, had one daughter Helen. Michael is a cousin of Helen's late father and would love to make contact with her or other family members.
Henry James Anderson
Hoping to contact the family of the above person, born 1912 Cunderdin, married Dorothy Pearson 1939 in Fremantle, Robert died in 1973 in Kalgoorlie, he is buried in the Fremantle cemetery.
Some of his children are June, Robert, Kevin, Ray, Ronald and Roy. Unknown step-sister wishes to make contact.
Thomas James McDowell
Thomas was born in Ireland c1863 to James & Eleanor (Salisbury) McDowell. Family moved to England prior to 1881. Thomas married Eliza Jane Moody in 1886 & had 6 Children. Thomas owned and operated the Artificial Stone Company until his death in 1934. Hoping to make contact with any of his descendants, also hoping to find details of his sister Mary Jane Robertson.
Writer is the Great Granddaughter of his sister Louisa Anne Corbett who moved to Australia in 1913.
Anthony and Andrew
I would like to find any relatives of Anthony Cornish, he was born on the 3 March 1821 Creaton, England and died on the 22 August 1871 in Fremantle, Western Australia. He was my Great Great Grandfather and I am a descendant of his son Andrew.
Thank You Nerida Edwards (nee Cornish)
Walter Robert Young
Walter was born 1859 in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire to Robert and Mary Ann Young. He married Sarah Ann Holland in Tewkesbury in 1884. Children were Margaret 1885, Richard 1887 & Walter Ernest 1889. It is around the time of Walter Ernest birth that Walter Robert disappears from the scene. By the time of the 1891 census, Sarah Ann has become the head of the household and left to look after three young children and an ailing grocery business. Walter Robert is not found on the 1891, 1901 & 1911 census.
A family story suggests that he left for Australia, although this has yet to be proven. If anyone can cast light on these matters, then we would love to hear from them. Thank You Mike Everley