This collection of family history spans over continents and centuries. As of yet, the two trees don't intersect, but who knows what the future may hold.
My father's ancestors include:
KING - from the Wynyard area in Tasmania, Australia, starting in about the 1860's
ABBOTT - from the Scarsdale area in Victoria, Australia, around the 1860's
MILLS - from the Mildura area in Victoria, Australia, around the 1840's
EDWARDS - from the Horsham area in Victoria, Australia, around the 1880's
My mother's ancestors include:
MCKAY - from Scotland to Michigan, USA, starting in about the 1820's
NENN - from Poland to Wisconsin, USA, starting in about the 1860's
BUSHEE - from Massachusetts, USA, starting in about the 1750's
JACKSON - from England to Connecticut, USA, starting in about the 1800's
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This is a continual 'work-in-progress', as is all historical research. As I am still a uni student, and a keen traveller, my research often gets put on hold, so if I don't respond to emails, etc - I'm sorry, I will get to it eventually! If you find anything you can help with, or wish to swap information, please let me know. For privacy reasons, I have done my best to suppress information on living people. Please note that much of my research was done when I was much younger - hence the lack of noted sources. I am working hard to fix this.
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