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Frederick Drennan of England and Australia (1800s)
Posted by: John C Algar (ID *****6114) Date: March 10, 2003 at 04:39:18
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Frederick Drennan was the Deputy Commisary General in Sydney in the early 1800s, and he went to Australia with his wife (Mary nee Sharp)
Trying to find Frederick's marriage to Mary. Could have been in Ireland, England or elsewhere (he had been in Jamaica at the beginning of the 1800s)
(Mary may have been 'formerly Sharp. nee Walsh')
Hope to hear from someone with some good news

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