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This site has been created with help from Jennifer, Dannie, Noleen and Jean, with out their input we would not have this much information about the Eugene & Johns side of this Tree.

Douglas Armitage has helped with information on the Waight side, providing photos and stories that appear alongside names. 
Grant Mills and his father have provided photos of "Pellon" the Waight family home and has helped fill in blanks. 


** Does any of the family have a photograph of 109 Eveleigh Street, Redfern at home?  The group of Townhouse's are all gone and a community park now stands on where the Redfern homes initially stood. 
I managed from a chance connection from a Facebook Group about Historical Sydney and I came across a photograph of the terrace house in Eveleigh Street, Redfern. I have inserted this photo and attached it to Louis and Annie Eugene's family photo's.

** Apparently 54 Terraced houses were demolished and the land given back to the local Aboriginals, the reason why a community park now stands on that site. I have however ask the Redfern Council as to when they were knocked down and if they have any photographs of these Terraced Houses in their archives.

Does anyone recognise these addresses
 Eugene Correct Eating Society" Bank Chambers, Hay St
 Eugene Joseph, 12 Ostend St, Lidcombe
 Eugene Louis, Antwerp St, Bankstown
 Eugene L, 13 Hugo St, Redfern (This is across from the Terraces in Eveleigh Street)
 "Eugene'" Hair Specialist, 376 George St
 This is our family and if any one has any information? Don't be shy.....

Please have a good look around and send me any messages that you think that may help me in completing the family. Also could you please leave a message in the guest book so that I know you have visited.

Regards

Steven & Karen
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