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Re: Seys family in Australia
Posted by: j.seys (ID *****0711) Date: October 15, 2005 at 08:37:58
In Reply to: Re: Seys family in Australia by Maureen Large of 118

Hello Maureen,
I have Wm Stanley Grosvenor Seys b 1914 on our FTree. If I am right, he was s/o George James Alexander Seys b 1880 Llantarnam, Newport, Monmouthshire and his wife Edith (Dight) b 1876.
WSG was one of 4 children :-
Henry James Garnet Seys b 1912
WSG b 1914
Eva Joyce Doreen b 1921
Hubert Reginald b 1924 all born Newport area.

George James Alexander's parents were James Seys b 1826 Newnham, Gloucestershire and Ruth nee Harris b 1843 Pontypool Mon. She was James' 2nd wife - he had 3 daughters by his 1st wife Caroline nee Tooth b 1827 died 1868. James' brother George and his wife brought up the 3 girls - Alice Ellen, Clara Lavinia and Ada Mary. George, a Police Inspector, had no children.

James died 1910 and his widow Ruth died 1927. GJA emigrated 1928.

Do you want to know any more?

Could you tell me please, anything about Eva Joyce Doreen Seys and Henry James Garnet Seys. Some years ago, Dennis Wm (Hank) wrote to us wanting to know if we were related. I know some of his info. I have another sibling of Hank as JASeys; do you have any info on this person? I don't know if JA is male of female, and are you another sister?

I have recently come across the deaths of Hubert Reginald 1987 and his wife Gladys Lorraine 2002 in Kapunda. The grave stone listed Lyndon, Lorraine and Dianne as children. can you tell me any more about these please.

Hope this makes sense - have a very, very large tree (over 700 names) going back to 1720s - would be pleased to tell you>

Best wishes

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