Discussion in 'Criminal Ancestors' started by LianeH, Mar 7, 2015.
To long ago to remember,was about 12years old,lol
All the better to remember . Wouldn't you recognise the street or area?
Here's another biography. Maybe a bit more truthful as no-one really knows much about her.
If this needs editing please do so. So as I don't get into trouble.
Seems to be the only one in the area,not as many trees as i remember though!
Looks like Mr Google did his driveby in time for a funeral
Thanks Chimp Sorry
Or was it Daft Bat...however.....Thanks
For anyone interested in the tale of Margaret Catchpole have a read of this.
Trove.....Windsor and Richmond Gazette (NSW:1888-1954)
Saturday 31 October 1896, headed, 'Margaret Catchpole or Mary Reibey'
The mystery deepens
On early convict index her age at sentencing was 41, which would make her birth c1759.
Trees would look smaller now & are sadly expendable.
Margaret evidently buried in an unmarked grave:
Thanks Wendy, but I'm still going to put it on my cemetery list for a Sunday stroll. Lots of interesting names in that article.
I'd be right with you if we still lived there.
Free XPT trip from the border!!!!!!!!just the booking fee. Oh, and extra for upgrade to first class should you wish to stretch out a bit
What is XPT? We have free to our borders, never used it yet. Can't see me gadding off to anywhere just now tho'.
Express Passenger Train.....
Well of-course. So love trains mostly travel by car. (back then)
I'm eight hours away by car,but have a trip planned for South Aus.
Careful lass, who knows who watcheth?
He He, I'm safe,this is after all family history related as my child would say!
Yes, but kids change- or snoop.
I'm away to the cot in a mo, G'night all.
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