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Re: Anyone know any Australian Thew's?
Posted by: alan thew (ID *****4603) Date: September 14, 2008 at 03:04:09
In Reply to: Re: Anyone know any Australian Thew's? by Melissa Thew of 206

Dear Melissa RE. Neil he and Tracey have been married for a few years now with a very smart son Fletcher. They still work in the snow. Neil is Marketing Manager for a large resort and Tracey runs a lodge which she has done for some time plus some Acountancy as she has her degree now.
The tale about three brothers coming out is similar to what I was told. This I have proven to be wrong, One family arrived out here to settle in N.S.W. John Thew and his wife Mary Reay along with two children with one son who died at birth left behind. Your family line came after ,two brothers at seperate times one single who married twice who eventualy having a total of thirteen children. The other your line coming after with all their children bar one who was born and died at sea. I am mainly trying to follow the history of what they did ect.
but I am being helped by a lot of very helpful family members who I contact wherever I find them. I think our two lines are related both living in similar places and meeting one or two people the same. Your living in North Sydney, both families had people settle there in the late 1800s and still living there is what I mean

Yours Faithfully
Alan Thew



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