Kylie Fowler
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Kylie Fowler

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Kylie K. Fowler
Born 1970s.
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Linda Monaghan Thanks for updating records on Monaghan family Makara branch. Are we related?

Linda New nee Monaghan

posted by Linda Monaghan
Hi Kylie, as a Dwyer, I get any new Dwyer postings, I see you have Richard Dwyer b c 1864. Richard is fairly rare Irish name, checked Irish Civil Records which you can view from 1864. there are 4 Richards in 1864, 3 1865, 1 1866, 2 1867, 1 1868, 2 1869 and 2 1870. The 1864's have Father Thomas, Tipperary / Martin, Tipperary / Timothy Cork / John Cork. There is also a Richard M Dwyer b 1867 in NSW, Australia, I saw a birth of Richard Thomas, so Thomas is a possibility.

Good Luck David Paul Dwyer

posted by David Dwyer
I haven't added all his children (I'll try to get them done today) and hopefully come across more info. He married in 1901 which means he would have had to give his parents names (incl maiden name of mother) and fathers occupation but unfortunately that has to be purchased.
posted by Kylie Fowler
Hi Kylie

Checked church records and can confirm Baptism (Not birth) of Richard to Thomas Dwyer and Mary Dalton 17/05/1863, in Parish of Listowel, listed as residing in Shrone, which is in the Barony of Iraghticonnor and Civil Parish of Aghavallen. Godparents - ??? Dalton and Eliza Dwyer. I have a copy if you want it. [email address removed] Tried to check civil records for other children from 1864, but the website is down. David

posted by David Dwyer
Many thanks. Feel free to upload or add sources to the profile. I am not a relative. I was working on it as part of connecting NZ profiles to the main tree. Thanks again!
posted by Kylie Fowler
Descendants are claiming he was born 17 May 1863, Listowel, County Kerry, Ireland, the son of Thomas Dwyer b. abt 1828 d.1909 and his first wife Mary Dalton b. abt 1832 d. 1868. He then married another Mary. No sources for that birth information unfortunately.
posted by Kylie Fowler
Hello Kylie,

I have added the Badby part of Bird-12245's biography - I was looking for Birds in Badby as a DNA match of mine is from this family, I and have Birds in mine - I'll tie the two familes together if I find the evidence.

Best wishes,

Pat

posted by Pat (Alcock) Reynolds
Thank you, it looks great! I will get on to adding his children. Cheers
posted by Kylie Fowler
It's time for the One Place Studies Project Check-In!

We've put together a survey for you to fill out to check in with you, it will only take a moment as there are only a few questions. Filling out the survey lets us know you are still interested in coordinating your study and provides an opportunity for you to share any suggestions you may have for the project.

If you have decided to step away from your study, please reply to this comment to that effect.

posted by Azure Robinson
Nice to see you back. It's been quite a while since we've seen you around.

Fiona

posted by Fiona McMichael
I'm either all or nothing. LOL, cheers
posted by Kylie Fowler

Hi Kylie,

A group of Kiwis participate in Wiki-Thons four times a year, and we have one coming up in July and I would like to invite you to join the KiwiCrew in the upcoming Connect-A-Thon. Participation is easy, simply create new profiles for unconnected people and with luck, they will connect with the World Tree.

Simply post an answer on this Post saying "Yes, I'd like to participate with the KiwiCrew". Once registered, you will receive your Connect-a-Thon badge.

For more information, view the Kiwi Crew Team page

Happy WikiTreeing, Campbell

posted by Campbell Braddock

Hi Kylie,

I would like to invite you to join the KiwiCrew in the upcoming Connect-A-Thon. Participation is easy, simply create new profiles during the event for unconnected people, with luck they will connect with the World Tree. One new profile created is one point.

Simply post an answer on this Post saying "Yes, I'd like to participate with the KiwiCrew"

Add THE_KIWI_CREW to your followed tags. for future updates.

Once registered, you will receive your Connect-a-Thon badge and a special invitation to our Kiwi Crew Discord Server.

For more information, view the KiwiCrew Team page

Happy WikiTreeing, Campbell

posted by Campbell Braddock
Hi Kylie

There is another comment on https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Harper-6235 that you may wish to reply to

Regards Janet

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Hi Kylie,

Philip Vercoe is my 4th Great Grandfather - I have been putting things together in my family tree for a couple of years (still getting the hang of it really!) Thank you for all of the work you have done to find this info, it has been so amazing seeing all the connections. I am struggling with my Grandfathers side currently- its stops at him because no one knows anything about his parents, has been frustrating, but very cool to see Mums side grow.

Casey

posted by [deleted]
Gidday Kylie,

My name is Allan Marsh and Philip Vercoe was also my 4th Great Grandfather. Through Catherine Vercoe, then Catherine McGregor onto Ellen / Helen Cracknell. Would be interesting to compare notes sometime. My email address is [email address removed] I was born in New Zealand but now live in Brisbane aged in the mid sixties. Hopefully this finds you well and enjoying life. Any words of wisdom or help to steer me in the right direction would be much appreciated. Regards Allan Marsh. 10 July2023.

posted by Allan Marsh
HI Casey,

Philip Vercoe is also my 4th Great Grandfather and I may have some further information in a box of information passed to my from my mother and aunt. Please let me know how far back you have gone with the Vercoes. Apparently a large number of Vercoes moved to New Zealand. My ancestors arrived into New Plymouth on the 23rd February 1843 and were born in Cornwall. Please let me know if this matches with your information, or if you may be from a different Vercoe.

Kind regards Debbie Cavit

posted by Debbie Howard
I really only know of the Philip Vercoe and his 3 siblings that came here and their father in name only. The other ancestors on Wiki Tree are just 'known' from others in England - from where that info came, I don't know.

I find it very sad for Philip Vercoe Sr. One son left in 1838 for NSW (he needs tracking down). His wife died then four children left for NZ in 1841, one daughter stayed behind and then died in 1849 leaving him alone.

There is another couple of branches of Vercoe's in NZ. One is Henry John Vercoe (1799-1862) a grt uncle the four that came from memory. He was more affluent than the mason's that came to New Plymouth from the looks of it. The Vercoe/Lawry names are inter-twined as a Vercoe married a Lawry and their daughter married a Vercoe.

The four came on the Timandra but another line also came on the Cadaceus I believe. Once you connect in you will find it easier to work out who is who.

posted by Kylie Fowler
Hi Kylie, a personal thanks for your contribution to the Cashman Tree profiles. Really appreciate your efforts. I am humbled by the amount of time other people are investing into these profiles for Cashmans and associated people.

A heartfelt thanks to you.

Regards, Keith Cashman.

posted by Keith Cashman
No problem. It just shows how interlinked we all are. I was working on unconnected NZ profiles and realised Cashman's was a name I'd worked on before so thought I'd link up what I can.

Cheers

posted by Kylie Fowler
Hi Kylie, I’d be interested to know where James Savage was born in Ireland. My Great Grandfather Patrick Savage was born 1852 in Curraheen, Tralee, Kerry, Ireland before migrating to NSW. I have no reason to believe that he was related to the New Zealand Savages but it’s a possibility of course
posted by Mark Quealy
I have found his death cert and uploaded it. It claims he was born in County Antrim and that his parents were John Savage and Margaret Thompson.
posted by Kylie Fowler
Just saw your comment about Walter Nash. I connected him a month or so ago when I saw something come up on G2G. I did state I had found the connection - it took some doing and I was running out of ideas. The connection was a Lower Hutt one loosely connected to my family.

Fiona

posted by Fiona McMichael
The connection was through the wife of his son, Leslie. She was Amy Maude Buck. You added some of her other family members for me.
posted by Fiona McMichael
I was probably just clearing out the NZ maintenance category. I don't like it to go over 200. Just a silly thing my brain has decided. lol
posted by Kylie Fowler
Awesome because connecting him in England was looking to be a daunting task. Cheers.
posted by Kylie Fowler
Hi Kylie

I am new to all this. I have been searching for family and came across Arthur Edmonds born in Christchurch, New Zealand, son of Sarah Ann Middleton Irvine. Can I please just clarify a few things? He was actually born in 1880. His father was Edwin Timothy Edmonds. Edwin and his brother Thomas James came to NZ from London, on the Waitangi in 1879. Edwin and Thomas married sisters, Sarah and Jane (Elizabeth Middleton Irvine). You have all Arthurs siblings names correct. I am a descendant of Thomas and Jane Edmonds. I would love to help more if needed, also to connect with others. Kind regards, Kate Parsonson [email address removed]

posted by Kate Parsonson
You are able to edit and add any information you know. My only input was a little bit of sourcing and adding the tag to say new profiles need to be created. The main information needed is where Arthur and Edwin and their wives ended up.

I do a lot of work connecting profiles to the main tree and is probably how I ended up working on that one. The Arthur birth date looks like a typo as the source has 1880. Have fixed it up.

I find a good way to connect up with others is to check all your grt grandparents etc and see their descendant lines. https://www.wikitree.com/genealogy/Irvine-Descendants-3839 Working all the lines down and their spouses until public records end can find others already on Wiki Tree

posted by Kylie Fowler
Hi Kylie , he was in old family bible as died New Zealand but no date the Thomas you mentioned is not him , he was sent Australia as young child info passed down an ended up New Zealand some his brothers an a sister went Argentina an Iv found them so believe info correct but cannot find any trace him he disappears after 1861 England when he was only 7 So he could have a different spelling of surname or even surname thanks For any help trying to find him he’s down as dying Nelson but someone else has him Wellington 1930

Anji

posted by Anji (Gay) Morris
Hi Kylie - Ruth Ida Carter Thomas (Hindley) - my grandmother. We as a family believe Ida was born to Thomas Carter and Caroline Carter married in 1903. I have asked BDM for her first birth certificate but they say she was never adopted by the Hindley family. We do know that her name was changed in 1952 - 1 year before Thomas Carter Died - and that in Carters will he left the house to Ida.

Thanks - Alwyn

posted by Alwyn (Couper) Friend
Wow, that is very intriguing. The two birth index listings and 1952 registration indicates something is going on. So you have a copy of her birth printout (not certificate)?

And what do you know of Alice and Edward Hindley? Who actually raised Ruth? What do school records say of her?

posted by Kylie Fowler
edited by Kylie Fowler
Hi Kylie,

I am Philip Goatly. Winifred Violet Goatly was my grandfather's (Percy Ernest Goatly) sister. When I was a little boy aged about 7 years old my grandfather would show me newspapers from his sister Winifred from New Zealand.

What is you interest in Winifred?

Cheers, Phil.

posted by Philip Goatly
edited by Philip Goatly
I just happened to be working on the category NZ needs profiles created category. By ensuring children are added etc, we create more NZ connections.

I actually commented to my family about the name. It is not known in NZ. Winifred and her sister are the only two entries of the name on NZ's BDM. Their should be a death under the name though as a newspaper article states a Leonard Goatly, out from England, drowned in Gisborne, NZ, in 1912. Any idea if he is connected with your family?

https://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/newspapers/GRA19120413.2.32

We do have 3 marriages, 17 deaths, and one birth under Goatley.

posted by Kylie Fowler
Hi Kylie

Thanks for creating and researching all those Ashley profiles. I often add more recent grandchildren to that “Needs profiles created” category once I have found the births. Sometimes I start with one family, and creating profiles for them feels never-ending. Fiona

posted by Fiona McMichael
edited by Fiona McMichael
Yes, I feel the same, like when will it end but every now and then you make connections with other profiles and it seems worth while. I use the descendants tab and see who doesn't have kids etc and seeing so many to do can be intimidating. One step at a time!
posted by Kylie Fowler
Hello, Kylie,

We are sorry to lose you as a member of the New Zealand Project, but we understand that life gets busy and interests shift. Please know that you will always be welcome to rejoin the project in the future if you wish.

Thank you so much for your participation; we genuinely appreciate it.

Deb ~ Volunteer Coordinator

posted by Deb (Lewis) Durham
Hello, Kylie,

It has been a couple of weeks since we contacted you about your participation in the New Zealand Project and we are following up to make sure you wish to remain a member and plan to contribute in the upcoming months.

If we do not hear back from you within the week, we will assume you have moved on to other things and remove you from the project. You will always be welcome to rejoin should your interests shift back in this direction.

Thank you,

Fiona ~ Volunteer Coordinator

posted by Fiona McMichael
Hello, Kylie

As part of a revitalization effort for the New Zealand Project, we are checking-in with members to see if they are planning to remain active and make project-specific contributions in the upcoming months.

If you have other obligations at the moment and would like to be removed from the project at this time, you will always be welcome to rejoin if you find yourself with more time and interest later.

All of us at WikiTree would like to thank you for your contributions and hope that you are enjoying exploring your roots.

Please respond by commenting on my profile or sending a private message. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Fiona ~ Volunteer Coordinator

posted by Fiona McMichael
Hi Kylie,

Just found this site tonight so am still finding my feet. Am also new to geneaology but I'm in Blenheim so have access to Brayshaw Park which has some interesting Vercoe family history info. Not to mention the live ones that are in plentiful supply here. Regards Buck

posted by Rod Buckingham
Hey Kylie

Apologies getting back to you. Some time ago, you messaged me requesting a NZ maintenance category. You should find that has been done

Regards Richard

posted by Richard Shelley
Hi Kylie,

Thank you for getting in touch. I have made Bella MacKay's profile Public.

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Mackay-363

Best wishes, Liz Panton

posted by Liz Panton
Hello, Kylie!

Very well done on your making 1,000 or more contributions to WikiTree in June 2019! We commend and appreciate all of your time and effort in helping to grow and perfect our Shared Tree. Keep up the great work!

Pip Sheppard ~ WikiTree Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
Thank you, Kylie for the Tonks/Pinker details. If you would like to include these people as their manager, I am happy to search for sources and help in any way I can.

Kind regards, Carole

Thank you Kylie for adding to the Clan Menzies information through additions to the family of Arthur Worthing Biggs and Catherine Elizabeth Holland. I shall add the Clan Menzies badges to the profiles for you. Very Much appreciated. Regards, Patricia Gray (nee Howard).
posted by Patricia (Howard) Gray
Welcome to the Connectors Project! Be sure to check out the Connectors project page to see some of what we do, our To-Do lists which have folks who need connected to our Global Tree, and please add the connectors tag to your G2G feed. We've also got a great sub-project, Connectors Chat, where we talk about what we're working on and where we'd like to help out. If you're new to making connections and want some simplified connections to work on, look at our Connecting Buddies page. Thanks for joining us!
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