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Smales-searching for ancestor''s

michael smales (View posts)
Posted: 8 Dec 1999 5:33AM GMT
Hello, I'm a Smales living in Melbourne, Australia. My father (Ken) migrated here in 1952 (at the age of 11, from Rodley, Leeds,England) with his father Joseph (born 1915), mother Anastasia, brother David and sisters Valerie and Maureen. Joseph's father was Harry (born around 1889) and mother Lillian. I am after any information on the parents of Harry (who had a brother Joseph born 1885, who migrated to America).(any informartion if anyone knows,or if yourself is related) Also as far as we can work out, Harry's father had a brother, who married and had children Douglas and Phillip Smales. Any information prior to Harry would be greatfully appreciated.
Yours sincerely...............Mick

Re: Smales-searching for ancestor''s

Posted: 13 Jan 2013 5:20AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Smales
Do you know a Jack, Wayne, Janet, or Sandy Smales?

Re: Smales-searching for ancestor''s

Posted: 13 Jan 2013 9:33PM GMT
Classification: Query
SMALES is a relatively uncommon surname in the U.S.: only 43 registered in the World War I draft (and none named Joseph). Of these, one caught my eye:

Harold SMALES, 30, born June 14, 1886
in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

on June 05, 1917 living at 449 13th Avenue, Long Island City, New York

bricklayer - married, with three children

registered in Queens County, New York

..........

Any possibility of a long-ago connection?
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