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  • Dear Lindsay, It seems as though Kevin has supplied you with the information you seek. By way of interest, I mention that my great grandfather Thomas Gabriel Bagley was born on 1/10/1820 (died in Victoria, Australia in 1883 ). His son, also called Thomas, was born in 1870. I have a cousin called John Bagley. My line has clearly descended from an earlier branch of the family. The...
    Harold Hayward Nov 4, 2014
  • Hi Richard and others, The comment on genealogy and history took me back to reading the the summaries of the St. Helena Monthly Register 1810-1813 on the St. Helena Institute site. The Register of January 1813 has an item about agricultural improvement which brings together the names of Bagley and Hayward . I seem to recall that those names also appeared in a discussion of land...
    Harold Hayward Jun 28, 2014
  • Hi Amorett/Ian/Richard, I hade figured there was a family connection between by gg Thomas Gabriel Bagley and the Youngs... Amorett provides the following: ยท Amorett Young - married Mary Broadway (born 1785) in 1803 (C aleb BROADWAY and Mary WATTS are listed as the parents of Mary BROADWAY born 06-MAR-1785 and died 1819) It appears that Caleb and Mary had a son called George...
    heh002@... May 29, 2014
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  • Thanks, Ian. Way back in this thread I raised the possibility that my gg Thomas Bagley may have migrated to Victoria to work on the goldfields. He was born in 1829 and his death certificate indicates he arrived in the colony in 1852. Interestingly Bagley's mother was a Mary Broadway ( full name Mary Ann Emilia Broadway, born 1799 ) the same name as the presumed mother of Joseph...
    heh002@... May 28, 2014
  • Thanks, Richard. A grim story! Congratulations on your "breakthrough". The goldfields connection is of interest to me (and others) since it appears that my ggf Thomas Bagley came to Australia around the same time and became a gold miner in the same area ( Castlemaine, Hepburn). We have a comprehensive genealogy for Bagley ( see earlier posts attached to yours) but never discovered...
    Harold Hayward May 22, 2014
  • ...for 30 or more years. The only other Baguley's are recorded as arriving 1871 rgds//richard On 3 May 2014 08:18, Harold Hayward < heh002@^$2 > wrote: Hi, Further to my previous post, you may be aware that 17 passengers arriving at Pt. Phillip were signatories to a...
    Harold Hayward May 6, 2014
  • Hi, Further to my previous post, you may be aware that 17 passengers arriving at Pt. Phillip were signatories to a letter to "The Argus" published on 13 July 1852 expressing appreciation to the Captain of the "Australasian Packet" for his kindness. Hugh Nort ham was one of the signatories. But a researcher, Anne Young ( relative?) notes that none of the seventeen signatories...
    Harold Hayward May 4, 2014
  • Thanks, Clive. To make it worse my grandfather Thomas Gabriel Alexander Bagley had older brothers Edward and George Carol. I only have summary information with me but "my" Edward was born on 17/7/1864 and "my" George was born on 11/3/1866. My grandfather Thomas Gabriel Alexander Bagley was born on 22/12/1870 at Daylesford in Victoria. He had younger sisters Mary Ann Amelia ( which...
    Harold Hayward Nov 3, 2013
  • Thanks, Clive. To make it worse my grandfather Thomas Gabriel Alexander Bagley had older brothers Edward and George Carol. I only have summary information with me but "my" Edward was born on 17/7/1864 and "my" George was born on 11/3/1866. My grandfather Thomas Gabriel Alexander Bagley was born on 22/12/1870 at Daylesford in Victoria. He had younger sisters Mary Ann Amelia ( which...
    Harold Hayward Nov 3, 2013
  • From: Clive Alexander Sent: Saturday, November 02, 2013 11:01 PM To: st-helena-genealogy@^$1 Subject: RE: [St.H.Fam.Hist.] RE: Young Family Hi Harold Too much information indeed. But sometimes not enough. To my knowledge, two Bagleys married Alexanders on the Island. My 4 th Great Grandfather, George Alexander, married Margaret Bagley in 1751 and Edward Bagley married Elizabeth...
    Harold Hayward Nov 3, 2013