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From: "Stan & Linda Edwards" <>
Subject: Re: [GEELONG] Watson family research
Date: Sat, 19 Sep 2009 15:07:57 +1000
Laura and Wm Ernest Dandy appear in several electoral rolls on ancestry,
if you want the info let me know but htink you have access from what you
At neerim and down western district way.
If she doesnt appear on burials try cremations at faulker or springvale.
they were operating about then not sure there were any more locally, also
try local papers then for death notices. It often has more details.
hope it helps
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From: "BJ MJ Hallyburton" <>
Sent: Saturday, September 19, 2009 8:11 AM
Subject: [GEELONG] Watson family research
> Good morning Listers,
> I am hoping SKS might be able to push me in the right direction. I am
> helping a cousin to research her side of the family and to date I have
> able to find the following data:
> Hector Norman WATSON married Kate SADLER 1916
> Hector died 1968 in Darlington, Victoria, aged 75 yrs (although
> Ancestory.com has it Darlington and the Digger Disc has it listed as
> Camperdown). I have no dates for Kate for anything.
> Hector's parents I've found to be Walter James Watson and Maris Caroline
> I have found Hector listed in the Elector Rolls in 1919, 1924, 1931 and
> 1936. 1919 he was in Gnotuk and a Dairyman. In 1924, 31 and 36 he was in
> Darlington, a Mail Contractor. Kate was listed with him each time as Home
> Duties. I also found in the last 2 a mention of Maria Caroline WATSON also
> as Home Duties. This does not tell me if Caroline was living with Hector
> Kate, or on her own. I am guessing because I could find no mention of
> Watson he may have already died.
> Also we are trying to find a Laura Dandy. All I have found for her is a
> death in 1977 aged 88 yrs in Geelong. Parents listed in Digger Disc as
> Millard Abel B DANDY & Frances SKELTON. My guess to date is that she may
> have been buried in Darlington as I found no mention of her in the Geelong
> Cemeteries. It appear she did not marry but had a daughter Phyliss in
> This is the end of what I have been able to research and am hoping SKS
> be of assistance to us with any more information or where we can look
> Thank you all in advance,
> Have a good weekend,
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