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  • The link worked for me. Very interesting to read through. Bound to be helpful to some people! Alison --- In st-helena-genealogy@^$1, Glynnis Jackson wrote: > > HiCheryl > thanks - the link didnt work, although I copied pasted several times - can you send a breakdown of how you arrived at the document? > Thanks > Glynnis > > > ________________________________ > From: perreault...
    Alison Jan 11, 2013
  • Glynis, Lovely to hear from you! Sounds like our gggrandfathers may well be related? Yes, please keep me posted on what you find. Would also love to know where they were before St Helena, and how my gggrandfather ended up in Australia. I think he was described as a 'mining engineer '. No idea if he got that training on the island or elsewhere.. Thanks again, Alison --- In st-helena...
    Alison Jan 8, 2013
  • Thanks Marian, I don't know where the LDS centres are here, I'll try to follow this through. Thanks again, Alison --- In st-helena-genealogy@^$1, Marian Press wrote: > > Alison: I, too, have Bagleys in my Greentree/Skottowe line. If you live near an LDS Family History Centre you can order in some of the microfilms that deal with the island. The one below, for instance, is full of...
    Alison Jan 6, 2013
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  • Hi Keith, Thanks for your reply. I'd hate to think they had slaves, but I guess that is likely...I'm guessing you're suggesting the slaves took in the surnames of their 'owners'? Alison --- In st-helena-genealogy@^$1, "keith" wrote: > > My wife is descended from an Ann Bagley, b1791 St Helena, daughter of John Bagley. > > He was a slave, but by 1828 Ann was free when she married a...
    Alison Jan 6, 2013
  • Thanks Ed, I'd love to see the Bagley page if you can scan it.. Everything helps! Alison --- In st-helena-genealogy@^$1, "Ed Storey" wrote: > > I have a copy of the 1829 List of Inhabitants for St Helena. It contains 3 Bagleys > > John, Orlando and Richard were all farmers. It does not say if they were related. Alison indicates Richard Orlando was a single person. the list shows...
    Alison Jan 6, 2013
  • Hi everyone, I live in Australia. My gg grandfather was Thomas Gabriel Bagley who was apparently born on St Helena around the 1820's. His father was Richard Orlando Bagley we think.... We don't know how Thomas came to Australia, but he came around 1852, and was described as a mining engineer. He married 10 years later, and his children's names seem to reflect those of relatives or...
    Alison Jan 3, 2013