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  • Great idea. A similar one was mooted on a NZ genealogical list last year. We were supposed to have our Census earlier this year but it was postponed after the February earthquake in Christchurch. I'm not sure when it will be held next. Nancy in Christchurch. On 11/07/2011, at 8:17 PM, JohnstonAustralia@^$1 wrote: Could I make a bold suggestion to you all?? Given it is the...
    Nancy Vada Gibb Jul 11, 2011
  • From another list: These men were all involved in some way in the 1912 Waihi Miners' strike. If you are a descendant of any of them, we would like to hear from you. Please contact the Waihi Museum research@^$1 JOHNSTON Thomas Henry died in NZ 1958 age 81 JOHNSTON Noble - living in Waihi 1911 Nancy Gibb ciotach@^$2
    Nancy Vada Gibb May 5, 2011
  • Looks like he is still alive, he's not in the Ryerson Index. http://ryersonindex.net By the way, it's Manly not Manley. A northern beach suburb of Sydney. Nancy On 26/09/2010, at 11:11 PM, JohnstonAustralia@^$1 wrote: Am trying to find out if Dr Robert Douglas Johnston is still alive. He grew up in Manley, lived in Dubbo in the 70's and would be 88. My name is Ann Pyles
    Nancy Vada Gibb Sep 26, 2010
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  • I can trace my JOHNSTON family back to the marriage of Charles JOHNSTON and Christian EDGAR in Glasgow, date unknown but about 1795. They had 6 children including Charles JOHNSTON b 14 Sept 1797 Glasgow, died 23 Dec 1848 Glasgow. He owned a large lair at the Southern Necropolis where about 6 other family members were buried. Finding this lair and its inhabitants enabled me to make...
    Nancy Gibb Jan 30, 2010
  • ...i have his death as 1882, but not his birth or any children > they may have had . Any help would be very welcome . > Nancy Gibb ciotach@^$3
    Nancy Gibb Sep 20, 2008
  • Hi Lorna, Archibald Dalgleish JOHNSTONE and his wife Agnes WEBSTER had a son John JOHNSTONE B. 23 June 1848 in Hobart. Nothing further is known about him. Thomas (Tiger) JOHNSTONE and his wife Isabella had a son John b. 27 Dec 1843 in Hobart, but he married Jane Rebecca Reynolds. They had 3 daughters and 1 son, names unknown so far. Neither could be the father of your Sarah...
    Nancy Gibb May 28, 2006
  • Hello, thought I would repost my interests. I have two distinct lines in Tasmania. 1. Alexander JOHNSTON b 1829 Glasgow and Margaret LYLE b. 1827 Glasgow arrived in Launceston 1855 from Glasgow on the 'Storm Cloud'. They had 4 children: - Charles JOHNSTON b. 1854 Airth m. Charlotte J NEWSOM in NSW - I am in contact with descendants. - George JOHNSTON b. 1855 Launceston died...
    Nancy Gibb May 25, 2006
  • Seen on a gravestone at Addington Cemetery, Christchurch: William JOHNSTON died 1894 aged 85 and his wife Ann CRAIG and their son George JOHNSTON died aged 19 scribbled down from memory in the car afterwards, so I missed the years for Ann and George. I have no relation to these people. Nancy in Ch'ch NZ
    Nancy Gibb May 11, 2005
  • Naomi's message reminded me that I have a death certificate for the wrong person - Kenneth Johnston aged 37 died 9 Oct 1963, Sydney. Born West Wyalong, lived Maroubra. I'd be happy to hand it over to the right family. Nancy
    Nancy Gibb Feb 9, 2005
  • Hi Mary, Although I have no relationship to your Mary, it's interesting to note that she arrived on the same ship as one of my freed convict ancestors, Hugh Vesty Byrne. Hugh's GGGGD married a Johnston! Nancy >Mary JOHNSTON (aka Mernagh, Murtagh, Gillespie, Tutty & White?) >Arrived 1806-- Ship Tellicherry - Sydney ---from County Meath
    Nancy Hoffmann Nov 10, 2004