ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS WITH THANKS

REAL LIFE PEOPLE WHO HAVE HELPED ME ALONG THE WAY WITH THIS WINDING WEAVING PROJECT. PEOPLE I MIGHT NOT HAVE THANKED IN A PROPER FASHION. PEOPLE WHOM I STILL NEED TO FIND THE MISSING PIECES AND HELP ME TO REPLACE THE MISPLACED.

http://www.myheritage.com/site-29656891/lynne%27s-heritage-web-site

IZ AND LYNNE AT JAMOZE OCT 19 07 MY POETRY MAN , BAGEL MAKER, SONGSTER AND ALL MANNER OF OTHER THINGS : PETER KNOX. ( IZZY FOREAL)

MY OWN IMMEDIATE FAMILY

20 8b bruce & the pup BRUCE SANDERS : My dad who kept records of many things . In detail. Scrupulously.
30 9 joyce JOYCE BELL SANDERS : My Mum who was a StoryTeller and wove the web which held us all together and whose stories are coming to my mind now.
64 abercrombie caves 01 LYNNE BELL SANDERS – BRAITHWAITE : Me the bemused reporter trying to gather this together.
60 lone pine 4 susan w snake SUSAN SANDERS POMROY : My Sister who says she doesn’t understand all this but always understands more than most of us and has been an anchor for many of us.
68 @ a do jon JON SANDERS  My Brother WHO DOESNT ALWAYS LOOK LIKE THAT and travels to the places we have all come from. The Photographer and another careful and astute Sanders Chronicler and Custodian of History.

FAMILY RESEARCHERS

DICK SANDERS : My father’s cousin whose Sanders work was the first I was to see. I last knew of him in Campsie and only have the skeleton of what he found. Wish I knew more.
PHILLIP READY: My Mum’s cousin who put together READY OR NOT which shocked us all with our convict past. Noone had EVER hinted at THAT. And Roman Catholic Irish weren’t much talked about either till Phil and his lady Wife carried out their research.
ALFRED ROY BURTON ( UNCLE ROY) HUSBAND OF BETTY BELL. A member of Granville Historical Society from whom I received the first Bell information I have. A very nice Uncle he has always been.

CONTACTS MADE THROUGH THIS SITE – COUSINS AND CO.

PATERNAL – MY DAD BRUCE SANDERS
THE MAURICES IN WA JAN MAURICE :my grandmother was Agnes Jane Sanders daughter of William and Mary Ann Skivings she married CHW Taylor would like to hear from any family Janice Maurice nee Taylor Perth WA
CHRIS MCCARTHY

Chris McCarthy said

October 25, 2008 at 9:33 pm e

Hi Lynne

I am descended also from Frederick. My GF was Clarence McLeay Sanders so I suppose that makes us cousins. Would love to get together and discuss details. My mobile is 0412 221 587 and I live in Port Macquarie.

Regards
Chris

JUDY : I am also the great grand daughter of Frederick John Sanders. My grandfather was Clement Constant Sanders (Fredericks Son). My father was Donald Clement Sanders. Would love to hear from you. The photo of William Sanders sent shivers through my spine, I looks like my father returned from his grave, every feature is the same as my fathers. Cheers Judy

Margaret Booth Says:
August 8, 2008 at 6:42 am e

Martha Julian was born 10.2.1856 at North Kempsey she married Thomas Craig 25.7.1877 and she died 31.5.1932 and is buried at Frederickton Cemetery. Her parents were John Julian and Elizabeth Keast.
Hope this verifies your query. Feel free to contact for further queries.Margaret

Ros Lunsford said

October 19, 2008 at 12:37 pm e

I’m the granddaughter of Albert Dudley Johnston who married Anne Hurrell and owned the store at Kinchela.

MATERNAL – MY MUM JOYCE BELL
Penny van der HaveGreatly interested as Hannah Hitchens/Hutchings is my gt gt grandmother by her second marriage to Henry Samuels. Their daughter Louisa Matilda married to Jabez Brown was my gt grand mother.I have just this very day being trying to trace both parts of the familie’s movements in Victoria and NSW. When was Thomas Benson admitted to Liverpool asylum and why? Hannah and Henry’s 1st child Hannah was born in 1832 within days of his death and they did not mary until 1836 with permission of the govt. Hannah did not get her Conditional Pardon until 1838.Henry was also a convict.
Cheers Penny
christina bell & john quirk MARK ROGERS
FOR images and word docs of his research – freely shared.
Christina Quirk’s daughter Janet was a spinster and very interested in the family history. She passed on a lot of the oral history to her nephew Harold Quirk who inherited John Quirk’s property “Matildadale” at Tumbulgum and now lives at Banora Point on the Tweed. So I got a good “leg-up” from the oral history when I first started paying attention. Much of what I’ve been able to verify has been spot-on so I have pretty good confidence in the detail I can’t verify. Happy to share.

I also have copies of photos of Agnes Mary Bell, DO Norman; also Wilhelmina Bell; Granny Bell and of course my own ancestor Christina Quirk (nee Bell) if you are interested.

Hi Lynne, we share a lot of GG-ancestors. I’m a John Quirk descendant.

James Bell – I can help you there – he died in early Feb 1852, as you’ll see toward the bottom of the 3rd column on p.2 of this page of the Maitland Mercury
http://www.nla.gov.au/ferguson/14403676/18520214/00100795/2-2.pdf

He’s been well researched by others, but no breakthrough back to family in Glasgow unfortunately – I was sent a transcript of his trial if you are interested, refers to him living with his sister but no name – it wasn’t housebreaking as such, he and another (who got away) were attempting to bore through the floor of a stationery store.

Bells/Quirks/McLeods/ Lauries are well worked veins, lots of genies working on it over the years but I’d never google-searched before so glad to find your site.

Gabrielle Watterson said

December 20, 2008 at 11:51 am e

Hello there
I happened across your website this evening and noticed you have a link to mine in connection with the Brilliant. You have done a marvellous job with your site, can you tell me what web program you used. Quite co-incidentally I lived in Laurieton for many years and so have heard of some of your names through articles in the local paper. Additionally I think the land purchased near Condong from John McLeod is a link to my family. My McLeods came on the Brilliant and owned some land in that area, they were also connected to the sugar mill. Cheers Gabrielle

 

Kim Sheppard said

October 24, 2008 at 11:36 am e

Hi Lynne,

Just stumbled on your site and what a site it is! John Curtis and Ann Moran are my ggg.grandparents. James, their son, is my gg.grandfather. I lived most of my life at Maroubra. Mary Parsons’ (James’ wife) headstone is also at Botany, but I’m not sure if it is still standing. James’ daughter Teresa married into the Meillon family and so we are connected to John Meillon the actor. I’d love to know more about Ann Moran; she is one tough lady. Cheers, Kim.

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ORGANISATIONS AND SOCIETIES ETC

MACLEAY RIVER HISTORICAL SOCIETY

THE YOUNG ONES

P3050009 KATI BRAITHWAITE My daughter
JIM DONK SOUTH ARM JIM ROBERT BRAITHWAITE My Son
P3100012 MADELINE POPPY BRAITHWAITE My Granddaughter
armidale may 08 017 KATHY ROSE MACDONALD TURNBULL

 

 

SAFFRON LOLA GENNAT – KATE ABD JAI ‘S DAUGHTER

 

 

 

CLARA MILLY GENNAT – DAUGHTER OF KATE AND JAI

 

 

 

 

 

THE FAMILY EXTENDED

My Mother’s Family

10 17 mick bell POPPA ( WILLIAM ALLEN – MICK ) BELL
10 3 jessie ready 1915 NANA ( SARAH JESSIE READY ) BELL
UNCLE JACK UNCLE JACK BELL
40 26 jean 1948 AUNTIE JEAN ( BELL) CARTER
40 39 joyce bell MUM JOYCE BELL SANDERS
BETTY AUNTIE BETTY ( BELL) BURTON

My Father’s Family

40 1 jg & bruce (enlistment day) 1940 GRANDFATHER JOHN GEORGE SANDERS: WHO I am told was a stern man but softened when he held me up as a baby to watch the traffic passing on Canterbury Road Hurlstone Park.
grandma dinah GRANDMA ELIZABETH ( DINAH) CRAIG SANDERS :who died while her sons were overseas in WWII and was to me the Beautiful Dinah and the MUM my father loved dearly.
doris 1913 AUNTIE DORIS SANDERS : The tragic Aunt who died young from consumption. I always thought she died from taking opium or laudanum but cannot think where that idea came from.  My dad loved her.
ucnle clyde UNCLE CLYDE SANDERS: My fathers only brother. he was my hero which was probably not a wise choice. Dad had many Uncle Clyde stories.
may 1913 AUNTIE MAY SANDERS EVERSON : WHO Dad told me was very thin till she worked in a chocolate factory. She laughed a lot and had 13 children and they all lived in Kempsey.
30 9 vera AUNTIE VERA SANDERS LATIMER : the flamboyant and beautiful Vera.
20 10 bruce MY DAD BRUCE SANDERS : a true eccentric and a Gentle Man.
40 20 betty AUNTIE BETTY SANDERS JOHNSTON : his little sister.

THE ANCESTORS

ONLINE SOURCE MATERIALS  INC LINKS

SOURCE MATERIALS INC BOOKS NEWSPAPERS ETC

READY OR NOT by PHIL READY

MY HERITAGE SITE

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8 thoughts on “ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS WITH THANKS”

  1. Hi Lynne,

    This may not be the best spot, but I wanted to wish you a very happy birthday. 60 today? Congrats, many happy returns and all that..

    My your coming years be filled with love and laughter.

  2. Hi Lynne, great pics and information. I’m guessing you live up Ulmurra way. I work with Telstra (at least for the time being) at Coffs Harbour and live in Sawtell. I noticed you mentioned you would like to know where you’re father’s cousin Dick Sanders was after Campsie? Well I was just on the phone with him last weekend whilst down South West Rocks paying my respects at the Anzac Dawn Service. Dick is the Brother of my father Jim. Ray Sanders was their father (my grandfather) who was the son of Clement Constant Sanders. I drive through Kinchela when ever I get a chance and love the fact my descendands are from this area. I’m 43yrs old married with three boys and like yourself are a proud Sanders.

    1. Hi Steve, I’m related to you also, my father donald clement Sanders was the son of Clement Constant Sanders. I knew your grandfather, my uncle Ray, would so love to catch up with some Sanders rellies, I don’t know any of my Sanders cousins.I’m 55 years old with the most wonderful hubby and 2 grown sons…..cheers judy

  3. HI Steve. Good to hear from you. I now live in Raleigh which is back in my home territory of Urunga. Thank you for the info. I met Dick several times way back when we were young in Belmore but I don’t think I met your Dad. Once again, very pleased to hear from you. Yrs Lynne.

  4. Hi Lynne
    I have been researching the history of my home and your great grandmother Lucy Jane Sanders was the first ownwer.She was a widow and bought the home with three of her sons. They were Frederick Willam, John George and Clarence Macley. The land titles indicate that they bought the house in 1926 and was sold in 1954. The house was named “LU-BERT” after her son who died in WW1. This information I obtained from your site. What happened to them? Where did Lucy Jane die and buried. What happened to her sons. Did they find Herberts body in France or is he one of the bodies they are identifying now? Would like to hear from you. Joanne

  5. I notice you refer to me (Facebook; Peter the C) so curious how I was able to help enough to score a mention? As I am also researching the Tweed sugar industry and thus know how hard it is to gather local material, I am extremely impressed with your Condong / Tumbulgum data!!

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