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From: "Neil & Jan Hearn" <>
Subject: Re: [AUS-CON] John HAYNES
Date: Sat, 6 Sep 2008 06:45:10 +1000
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Thanks for your reply, Lesley. No, the death certificate for John HAYNES in
Bombala gives no family details. We do know that John was present at the
marriage of his daughter, Maria, to Edwin MANWARING near Cootamundra in
1876. We have traced Mary Ann Sloman back to Dorset and Somerset and know
that she wasn't a convict.
I've looked at several convicts named John HAYNES arriving in Tasmania but
have been unable to verify that any of them are the John we seek. Where can
I search for other arrivals in Victoria pre 1849?Any suggestions would be
thankfully received.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lesley Uebel" <>
To: <>
Sent: Friday, September 05, 2008 10:57 PM
Subject: Re: [AUS-CON] John HAYNES

> Hi Jan
> They may not be convicts.
> Does the Death Certificate give the names of his children? The reason for
> asking
> is that you appear to be unsure if you have found the correct one.
> Regards
> Lesley Uebel
> mailto:
> -----Original Message-----
> From:
> [mailto:]On Behalf Of Neil & Jan Hearn
> Sent: Friday, September 05, 2008 1:27 PM
> To:
> Subject: Re: [AUS-CON] John HAYNES
> Hello there,
> My ancestor, John HAYNES, married Mary Ann SLOMAN in
> Melbourne in 1849. The couple had five children in different Victorian
> mining townships, the last being my great grandmother, Maria, who was born
> at Deep Creek (Maryborough District) in 1858. Her mother died soon
> afterwards and John brought his surviving children to the
> Cootamundra/Forbes
> areas of NSW.
> I have received some guidance but as yet have not been able to verify any
> details regarding his background. On Maria's birth certificate John gives
> his birthplace as London. The marriage certificate gives no clues, except
> that he signed with an "X" and must have pronounced his surname "Aynes" as
> that is how it was recorded. The death certificate I have could be his but
> none of his details were known by his friends at the time of death in
> Bombala....a long way from Cootamundra!
> Any help or advice would be most welcome.
> Thank you
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