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Re: Joseph KAYE b 1809 Mirfield, Huddersfiel
Posted by: Michael Davis (ID *****9511) Date: June 02, 2011 at 00:04:20
In Reply to: Joseph KAYE b 1809 Mirfield, Huddersfiel by Peter Granger of 326

Hello Peter

I realise you left your message in 2001 but I am the Gr Gr Grandchild of the said Joseph Kaye through my mother whose maiden name was Kaye. I have the full family tree of the whole family descended from Joseph, who settled in Queanbeyan,fully researched, and my tree is on Genes Reunited.
Are you descended from him or his brother George who we believe was his twin and who came out on the same ship but who disembarked at Melbourne, sought his fortune in Victoria then returned to England later in life.
Recent IGI research leads me to think that they were the sons of John Kaye and Sussannah Booth who married on 29 July 1808 at High Hoyland, Yorkshire. The boys were then born on 16 April 1809 and christened on 8 May 1809 at Denby Dale (formerly Denby Dileside Wesleyan), Cumberworth Yorkshire.

I would be interested in contacting you for mutual discussion about the family. My wife and I will be away for 5 weeks from Saturday 4 June returning 7 July.

Michael Davis



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