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From: "Brian Seddon" <>
Subject: Re: WOOLTON MUCH
Date: Sun, 19 Aug 2001 21:10:23 -0400
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The names Richard Tuson. John Tuson, and William Tuson are listed amongst
the names on the "Best known CITIZENS of Woolton & Little Woolton in the
1870's."
From " The Story of Woolton" by a native.
Brian
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mike Calder" <>
To: "Brian Seddon" <>;
<>
Sent: Sunday, August 19, 2001 8:45 PM
Subject: Re: WOOLTON MUCH


> G'day Brian and the list,
>
> This bit in particular caught my eye.
>
> > Nancy, I can send you photos, one showing Rose St, and another view of
> Vale
> > Road showing the bottom of Rose St.
>
> But I now see having assembled this post that I was thinking of the "Rose
> Fold" bit below.
>
> Nevertheless FWIW and seeing that all 44 of us may be reading the list at
> this time I thought it may be worth while again posting my WOOLTON
interest.
> James TUSON was one of my great grandfathers.
>
> 1. James TUSON
>
> The parents of James TUSON are:
>
> 2. Thomas TUSON
> 3. Fanny WOODGER
>
> James was born May 4, 1830 at Woolton, near Liverpool, England. On the
> completion of his school days worked for some years under his father. (A
> storekeeper)
>
> James was christened May 30, 1830 at Woolton, near Liverpool, England.
>
> Between June 23, 1852 and October 1, 1852 James travelled to Melbourne,
VIC
> by the "Hibernia". According to notes in "Ararat Cemetery Walk" pub.
> 20/10/1990, he was in the company of his sister Elizabeth and her husband
> Thomas SMITH.
>
> Note: He was to become prominent in the state of Victoria.
> xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxSNIPxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> From the 1917 diary on N K Calder there were TUSON relatives living in
> Preston, England to whom he wrote and received a reply in March 1917. The
> address given in his diary is:- Mr W & E TUSON, 2 Rose Fold, Middle North
> Penwortham, Preston England. There is also another address:- Mr John
TUSON,
> Saddler, Woolton, Near Liverpool, England.
>
> Any of the above recognisable by anyone?
>
> HURU
>
> Mike CALDER
> http://members.optushome.com.au/mikecalder/
> Researching: CALDER, DIXON, TUSON, GRACIE
> D&GFHS #2979
>


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