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About Family tree of David Wilson
Currently researching the following names (descendants and ancestors): 
Mary Fraser WILSON b. ABT 1865 Dunbar, Haddingtonshire, Scotland. d. 23 Apr 1950 Mt Lawley, WA
m. HARBORD, Horace Henry (Harry) b. 18 Jan 1850 Eastbourne, England d. 01 Mar 1931 Port Moresby, 
Papua; and their descendants including Myee and Myola, who married E H CHESTER d.1945 and Sydney ELLIOT-SMITH b. 10 Aug 1900 Devonport, Tasmania who was District Commissioner in Papua New Guinea.

If you belong to any of those families, please explore this tree and give some feedback if you find any errors or anything to add. Photos would be very much appreciated and acknowledged. Note: living persons' information (limited to your own family) may only be supplied on request.

Searching for more details for the descendants and ancestors of my great grandparents Alexander  Fraser WILSON (1844-1921), Ellen Ann HILL (1854-1935), Gottlieb Wilhelm SCHUETZE (1843-1922), Mary  Ann HUDSON (1861-1951), Thomas How JAMES (1856-1926), Emma HANCORNE (1861-1952), Henry DAW (1839- 1922) and Sarah LEWIS (1847-1926). And their parents: John WILSON (b.1805), Henry HILL (1810- 1890), Mary Fraser (b.1802), Gottlieb Andreas SCHUETZE (1817-1871), Dorothea Marie Christiana ROEDIGER (1818-1894), James "Cottrell" HUDSON (1832-1918), Mary Jane SALE (1839-1919). And their parents: Christiane Elisabeth NIEWERTH, Johann Friedrich Christoph RODIGER (1785-1841), Christiane Caroline TORELTEN (1781-1822), John HUDSON (1800-1837), Jane VALER (b.1799), Thomas SALE (1822-1854), Martha BOOTH (1819-1888).

My grandparents were Herbert James WILSON (1885 - 1963), Elma Elizabeth SCHUETZE (1887-1965),  Mostyn Hancorne How JAMES (1883-1937) and Maud Antoinette DAW (1885-1930). =================================================

The information on this database is only as good as the sources that provided it! So - if you have  any corrections, or anything that you would like to add, please email me.

Thanks to all those who have contributed, especially Ros Dunnico, Barbara O'Neil (nee Kirchner),
Geoff Turner, Ann Anderson, Anne and Gil Daw, Helen Dowdy (nee Daw), Barb Saltnes, Ken Grundy and
Helen & Neville Wilson, and Gordon and Diana Curtis (nee Rogers). - David Wilson

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