|About The Braithwaite - Pietsch - Snaith Families
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I have noticed, in many family tree sites that come my way, some researchers have not add my original or my Sources' from my family tree or other places where they research.
""PLEASE NOTE: FOR THE COURTESY OF THE ORIGINAL RESEARCHERS"".
"ALL INFORMATION OR PHOTOS COPIED FROM THIS SITE, PLEASE ADD ALL THE ORIGINAL SOURCES"
Including my website
"The Braithwaite - Fritsch - Pietsch - Snaith Families".
I am very happy to share what ever I have that may be of interest to other researchers.
It has come to my surprise that I have noticed family information and photos going into other
website's without adding my sources, I know some information and Photos only I and some very close family
members know//knew about. Thank you all for your co-operation on this matter.
"""RESEARCH SOURCES ARE TO BE LISTED WITH ANY FILES, DATA OR PHOTOS COPIED"""
FROM THIS SITE.
PLEASE NOTE: because I regularly update this site from my other 'GENEALOGY PROGRAM' Please do not make any change or updates directly to this site or they will be lost when I make my next update.
If you want any changes made please contact me on my email address and I will add the changes TO my other 'GENEALOGY PROGRAM' myself and that will save any lost information. THANK YOU
I have tried very hard for the accuracy in my research of the family Tree. if any errors have accrued it is sincerely regretted; any additional information would be gladly received and appreciated for the purpose of the family record.
While you search my site, there is a possibility you will come across mistakes, ie: doubled up on any families, wrong information, I would greatly appreciate you letting me know. Thank again.
Hi and welcome to my website. My name is Robert (Bob) Braithwaite, I live in Monto Western Queensland, Australia, with my wife Valerie, I have been researching the Braithwaite and Snaith families since my father, Frank Braithwaite died in 1994 and my mother, Gladys Ruth Braithwaite (nee Peach) died the same year, realizing that I know very little about their families in England and Germany.
I know most of the families here in Australia.
I am now researching my mother's family, Fritsch, and Peitsch families, who came out to Australia in the 1800's from Germany.
As I research, I find more and more families are coming into the family tree, so there could be someone here that you are looking for too!
I am always happy to hear from people who can add to my tree.
'NEW ADDITIONS: Will be added as I get new information. I try to verify all my information but, that can be difficult sometimes, due to expense and time etc.
Most of my records in the database are my blood relations, while some are related by marriage or we have cousins in common.
'NO LIVING PEOPLE: Although my personal data contains details of both the living and deceased people, in the interest of privacy, the records on this site are restricted to those of deceased people only.
If there is a living relation who you may think is of interest, please contact me for further information.
Many surnames have spelling variations.
Tracking back through historical records will often provide evidence of name evolution.
Names were frequently changed with the arrival in Australia to make them easier to spell or pronounce. Many German names were anglicized.
Typically the names adopted in this database is that recorded in the birth or christening records. However, exceptions to this rule have been made when it is clear that errors have been made, in a few cases, simply so as to
keep families together in the index.
In this case the name from the birth/christening will sometimes be shown in the birth/christening information.
Where a place, town or City is shown as a place of birth or death, may in fact be the place where the birth or death was registered,
Please quote the original source of data where this is indicated if publishing it in anyway.
You should also check these or other sources to ensure I have not made any typing mistakes when transcribing any data.
(I am still in the process of putting in more sources)
I can offer no guarantees as to the accuracy of the information on this site. People using the site, to help them in their researches should consider the site as a 'SOURCE', and a guide. Users should seek out the appropriate documents that confirm the information for inclusion in their own records.
If any researchers find I have added any wrong information I would be happy to hear from them.
There may be typing mistakes anywhere in this website, so if anyone spots any obvious errors, Please let me know, as I am a novis one finger typeset.
If anyone has any information, no matter how small, please contact me. I am willing to share any information I have, including any Photos, BMD Certificates, stories, history etc. f it is added in your record's as an original source
'ACKNOWLEDGMENTS: Which are to many to many to be remembered.
Jane Billingham England, thank you for your contribution and letting me see your website for the Braithwaite/Bailey families in the Yorkshire area's England.
Bryan Henshaw Canberra ACT, thank you for getting in touch with all the Henshaw families I was having trouble getting in touch with.
Also Wendy Russell (nee Henshaw) for her help with names and photos.
A special thank for Gail Thomas who lives in Port Moresby, for making her special trip to the Lae Memorial Cemetery to take the photos of Sargent Joseph Colpitts Head Stone and photos of the Cemetery.
Dorothy Paull (nee Ward) in Griffith NSW, Australia, for helping me in the research with the Snaith, Ward, Paull, and the Colpitts families, and with the endless amount of photos, Dorothy has been able to find.
Lauren Thomson for all the information and e-mails on so many family connections
Lisa Andrews in England, For her contribution for the Andrews families.
Leanne Craig for the contact and her help to change some details and mistakes with the Andrews Families.
Barbara Milton on the South Coast of New South Wales,
Australia for her contribution with the Kennedy families, who are related to me through the Frisch family.
Harold Arthur Fritsch and his wife, Vera Alma (nee Irrgang) from Temora New South Wales, Australia, has also been very helpful with the Fritsch family history and all the photos he has supplied for me, a lot more than I have put into the album.
John and Patricia Davies in Huddersfield England, for their contribution of information and photos for the Braithwaite Families in England.
Helen Moss in England for the special photos on the Snaith families.
:See more details in Acknowledgments in Stories"
This site is our wish to remember and preserve our family history for future generations.
All history should be kept forever.
ABOUT ANCESTRAL FILES:
Ancestral files are a collection of Genealogical information taken from pedigree Charts and family group records submitted to my family history since I started collecting information in 1994.
Some of this information has not been fully verified against all official records. Since the information in my family history files is contributed, it is the responsibility of those who use any of my files to verify its accuracy.
AGAIN PLEASE NOTE:
"ALL INFORMATION OR PHOTOS COPIED FROM THIS SITE, PLEASE USE ORIGINAL SOURCES, TO BE LISTED WITH ANY FILES OR DATA, FOR THE COURTESY OF THE ORIGINAL RESEARCHER".
Names and address of submitters to this ancestral file and those who have a research interest are provided to help in the coordination of research.
My web site is constantly being updated, so please feel free to check for updates.
"IF ANYONE OBJECTS TO ANYTHING BEING INCLUDED IN THIS WEBSITE PLEASE LET ME KNOW"
Thank you for looking at my family tree.
PLEASE SIGN THE GUEST BOOK.
Thank You, Bob and Val Braithwaite
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There are several ways to browse the family tree. The Tree View graphically shows the relationship of selected person to their kin. The Family View shows the person you have selected in the center, with his/her photo on the left and notes on the right. Above are the father and mother and below are the children. The Ancestor Chart shows the person you have selected in the left, with the photograph above and children below. On the right are the parents, grandparents and great-grandparents. The Descendant Chart shows the person you have selected in the left, with the photograph and parents below. On the right are the children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
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