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From: Petal & Clea Smith <>
Subject: Re: [CORNISH] Researching White /Goldsworthy surnames in Australia
Date: Fri, 25 Jul 2008 13:08:58 +1000
Thanks for your reply Corrine. I have been a member of the CAV
and had some wonderful help from Alison Stephen.
I am now working on descendants in Australia.
Marianne also in Melbourne
On 25/07/2008, at 12:56 PM, Corinne Thompson wrote:
> Hello Marianne,
> I do not have any information re Nicholas WHITE, but from the records
> of the Cornish Association of Victoria I have the names of Grace
> Goldworthy's parents, they were John GOLDSWORTHY and Ann GILL who
> were married on 18th, July 1826 in Wendron.
> There is more information re this family in the CAV records. If you
> are close enough to Melbourne, perhaps you would care to join and you
> would be able to access the information http://home.vicnet.net.au/~caov/
> If not, the St. Just Group has a Research Officer, Alison, Stephen,
> who would be able to help you http://home.vicnet.net.au/~caov/st_just/
> Good luck with your research.
> Kindest Regards ....... Corinne in Melbourne, Australia.
>> New to this list.
>> I am researching Nicholas White and Grace ( Goldsworthy) who arrived
>> in Victoria Australia Jan 1869.
>> They settled in the Daylesford area, later moving to Carlton. Happy
>> share information on this St Just
>> family in Australia.
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