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Old Family Home has been sold and LEFT The Family - April 2016 

I am Tim Hobson, son of Beth, daughter of Alfred Giles, son of Anthony WHITTEN who came to Australia about the same time as his siblings Edward, Ann, Joseph & Henry in the 1860s during the Irish potato famine. 
I am also Tim Hobson, son of Allan, son of Sydney HOBSON who came to Australia in 1910 & Sydney's Father, Edward "Ted" who arrived about 1923.
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I have (with Alan Alderton [who sadly passed away 14 Feb 2011], Lexie Prince & many others) been trying to verify & get some information on the Whitten family history in a location where others can check out the details & comment accordingly. I would appreciate hearing from anyone with information about their own family. I would really like individual or family photos and/or anecdotes so I can expand the presentation. PLEASE let me know if there is ANYTHING incorrect, missing or there are little glitches made because I am human, and you would like them fixed. This site would be a waste if the information could not be corrected.


Check Anne Marriott Family - Michael Canty says could be wrong ancestry Looking for Sarah POSSIBLE Whitten who married James Haslam. Collect photos & anecdotes to include all descendants of the original 5 Set up links to stories of the different family members * FELIX the cat loaned by Les Vyepar - many thanks
Russ Bell`s book `A Whitten Histrory (and some Masons)` has been updated. Please email me for a link to the download.
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