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  • I saw a photograph posted today of James Euley. I think he may be related to my great grandmother Rachel Euley. If anyone has additional information on the Euley family I would be most appreciative. Thank you.
    gnorris51 Mar 5, 2013
  • Dear Chris: Will take a look. x Genie On Nov 22, 2011, at 1:49 PM, Corker3@^$1 wrote: Hi I am researching the Corker family and have a large amount of detail starting with William Joseph born 1842. It is all on a website called My Heritage. It would be great if someone out there can help fill in some of the details. Regards Christine Corker, Nottingham, England
    Genie Murphy Nov 24, 2011
  • I would be curious about this as well. genie On Oct 10, 2010, at 10:41 AM, carpdogandy wrote: Hi all My 4x Gt Grandfather served with the 66th of foot regiment in St Helena, does anyone know if any records exist of the men on the island? Thanks Theresa
    Genie Murphy Oct 10, 2010
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  • --- In st-helena-genealogy@^$1, Helena Thomas wrote: > > Hi > My husband's grandad was named Thomas Thomas and his wife was called Dorothy. Dorothy moved to the UK from St Helena nearly 45 years ago and we believe her hsuband Thomas Thomas remained in St Helena. We know that Thomas Thomas passed away 2 years ago but we do not know anything else. He had a son called Lawrence and a...
    gnorris51 Aug 20, 2008
  • Diana: Thanks for the information. I assume some of my ancestors were mixed with people of colour and possible slaves. I don't know why anyone would take offense as the island was a real melting pot. While my grandmother and her siblings were caucasian that is not to say that further back or another trail was not. I believe that a Winfried May Thomas was married to a Corker...
    Genie Murphy Dec 9, 2007
  • Dear Diane: I saw your posting and don't know if this helps but I also have some descendents from St. Helena that may be of interest. Victoria Corker, my grandmothers sister, married a Robert Essex and they had one daughter, Charlotte and six sons, Robert, Fred, George, Albert, Norman and Joseph. George had a son Jeffrey born in 1936. There is also a reference to a Hilda Ellen...
    Genie Murphy Jul 8, 2007
  • Hi Adele Yes - my grandmother's sister Fainbridge Corker married Fred Ward and they had a son Fred Ward who died on the island in 1994 However he had a daughter Yelka who lives in the united states in Oklahoma. They also had three other children, Betty, James, Peggy and Dotty. I have lots of information about this line if you are interested. Regards, Genie On Mar 26, 2007, at 4:14...
    Genie Murphy Mar 27, 2007
  • Dear Mr. Le Breton: I live in the United States and have no other Le Breton connection. We are the Corker, Thorpe, Ward lines but thank you for your prompt reply. genie Murphy On Mar 25, 2007, at 5:14 PM, Charles Le Breton wrote: That is a question we have asked ourselves. One of our distant Le Breton family members Captain John Le Breton (possibly son of Jean Le Breton and Esther...
    Genie Murphy Mar 26, 2007
  • Dear Mr. LeBreton: I was wondering about your last name - my great aunt lived at Villa le Breton on the island for the duration of her life and I was wondering if there was any connection to the Le Breton family and the villa le breton on the island. Regards, Genie Murphy On Mar 25, 2007, at 4:17 PM, Charles Le Breton wrote: Could I have a copy of article please. Not sure it will...
    Genie Murphy Mar 25, 2007
  • --- In st-helena-genealogy@^$1, "bojaniwska" wrote: > > I am trying to establish the truth of a family legend relating to a > couple called HOLDER from Uley, Gloucestershire, England. The story > goes that while Mr Holder was stationed on the island with the British > troops keeping watch over Napoleon, his wife became the Emporer's cook. > > The story is reported in The Story of...
    gnorris51 Jan 6, 2007