Trove Tuesday

Trove Tuesday – Rev. Garrett John Russell

This week, I am featuring articles about my 3x great grandfather, the Rev Garrett John Russell, Incumbent of Buninyong. The first article I am featuring is about an accident Garrett had, where he fractured two ribs. In 1873, Garrett rented out some of his land to miners. The following articles are about Garrett supplementing his… Continue reading Trove Tuesday – Rev. Garrett John Russell

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Trove Tuesday – Louisa Mulder (nee House)

This week I am featuring articles for my ex-husband’s 2x great grandmother, Louisa Mulder, nee House. Last week I featured articles for her husband, Thomas Mulder, who owned the Duke of York hotel in Humffray street.  This first article gives some more information about Thomas and Louisa.   The next article I found was for… Continue reading Trove Tuesday – Louisa Mulder (nee House)

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Trove Tuesday – Thomas Mulder in the 1860s

Last week, I featured articles for my children’s 3x great grandfather, Jacob Thomas Alexander Mulder, known as Thomas, in the 1850s.  This week I am featuring articles I have found for him from the 1860s. Since I’m running late with this post, I’ve just quickly selected a couple of articles. The first article I found was… Continue reading Trove Tuesday – Thomas Mulder in the 1860s

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Trove Tuesday – David Clyne from 1870 to his death

David’s son Frederick was born at Burrumbeet (near Ballarat) in 1872, and his daughter Mary Anne Bella was born at Newry (in Gippsland) in 1875 (her name is listed as Mary Anne Bella on her birth entry, but as Jessie Anne Isabella on her death entry).  The following sale appears to be in preparation for… Continue reading Trove Tuesday – David Clyne from 1870 to his death

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Trove Tuesday – David Clyne in the 1850s and 1860s

This week, I am featuring articles for an ancestor from my ex-husband’s side of the family, his 2x great grandfather David Clyne (1825-1896).  I had gone through my 2x great grandparents, and, while I did find some articles for them, they were nearly all family notices, so there didn’t seem to be enough detail for… Continue reading Trove Tuesday – David Clyne in the 1850s and 1860s