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Birmingham and Worcester 19th Century

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Re: Birmingham and Worcester 19th Century

Posted: 15 Jun 2012 1:04AM GMT
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Hi there,yes harriet did arrive in 1841.in 1842 she was a defacto to charles reed,in 1850 she lived in macquarie st windsor with her two daughters jane harriet ann francis reed. she married john haswell (my gg grandfather) on the first of dec 1851 at st matthews in windsor and had the two daughters as you say. then comes whitechurch and im a bit lost myself. But i believe she died in glebe 15 feb 1879 and is buried in rookwood.
Just on john haswell, he never married sarah ward, it was refused because he was still a convict with no money.Sarah was thunderbolts sister not mother,and they had a boy who was called james haswell. if you go on ancestry you can see a lot more on my tree, look for maile146.or you can phone me on 0732813423 cheers for now, rob maile
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Radeau 14 Oct 2009 4:32AM GMT 
maile146 19 Feb 2012 6:39AM GMT 
maile146 19 Feb 2012 6:35AM GMT 
col_jean 15 Jun 2012 2:09AM GMT 
maile146 15 Jun 2012 7:04AM GMT 
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