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Re: Izzard Family Research - London/England
Posted by: melissa cocker (ID *****2873) Date: September 15, 2007 at 01:31:51
In Reply to: Re: Izzard Family Research - London/England by David Izzard of 117

Hi David

I am in Australia & im trying to trace the family name Izzard, Wondering if it is the same or a relative? would be intrested in any info you may have!

What I have so far.

Edith H Izzard married Ernest Tolmie (DOB 13.9.1900 NSW, Australia)Married 1925 In Quirindi, NSW, Australia, I can not find who her parents were, where she was born etc.

I have found a Izzard's coming to Australia from England I will include this info as well it may help someone else or may be they are relate to you.

(1)John Izzard B abt1774 in Kingston-on-Thames, England m Ann Scott b March 1790 at sea on the Lady Juliana m 1808 in Parramatta NSW Australia they had 7 children all born in Australia.
(2)John Izzard b abt 1834 unknown m Ellen Gumbleton b 30.10.1838 in NSW Australia m 7.5.1857 in NSW Australia, they had 16 children all born in Australia.
Ellens parents came from Bishopstone, Wiltshire & Compton Abas, Dorset, England.

If any one can help me find where Edith came from i would appreciated it very much.
If any one has either one of the johns i have listed i am more then happy to pass info on.


Thanks very much

Mel



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