Anne (Turner) Tichborne

Anne (Turner) Tichborne

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Ms Anne M. Tichborne formerly Turner
Born 1950s.
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Profile last modified | Created 23 Apr 2011 | Last significant change: 22 Dec 2018
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I'm a member of the Australia Project and available to help with Australian Profiles.
Working on Free Settlers on Kangaroo Island, South Australia's first white settlement.
My grandmother was the daughter os a Cornish miner who migrated to South Australia
Family of George Granger, pioneer of Kangaroo Island, South Australia
My work on the Kangaroo Island (SA) Project has led me into the extraordinary history of indigenous women who were abducted by whalers and sealers and forced into work and sexual slavery.
Kangaroo Island Early Settlers Project
Murdochs / Murdocks/Murdoughs who settled in South Australia. My maternal grandmother was a Murdoch
Most of my ancestors are associated with South Australia. I'm currently working on Kangaroo Island
My Turner forebears lived here for a time

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On 22 Dec 2018 at 09:28 GMT Howard Morgan wrote:

Hi Anne, in regard to the source of data on the Denecke family. I was given 17 years of research done by a professional German researcher, [name unknown to me], who was paid by a Denecker descendant in Melbourne, it goes back as far as the 1500's . I was given all this in reward for providing all the data on the Denecker family in New Zealand, and a photo of the eldest son, my gt. gt. g'father. See also, I have provided the Marriage cert for his 2 nd marriage, The name Elsie Neal, nee Denecker. who paid for the research. I have several pages of notes, but none of this fits the criteria of source you need. I trust this helps. Howard.

On 19 Dec 2018 at 01:51 GMT Robin (McLeod) Robinson wrote:

Hi Anne, Has anyone researched the Pioneer Settlers of South Australia. I am a pioneer Settler on both sides of my family, also my late husbands family.Regards, RobinRobinson.

On 19 Dec 2018 at 01:29 GMT Robin (McLeod) Robinson wrote:

Hi there Anne, l have added under your biography notes for Denecke names. I found a German source”Kmlehane”,16/1/2002 mentioning family names. I hope l have completed the notes in the correct places.Regards, RobinRobinson. Further information.under German b,d and Marr, Marie Christiane Meine born 28/10/1810 Einbeck, Hanover, married 26/4/1848 as Marie Meine and their son, Friedrich Wilhelm Denecke born 23/5/1840 lists mother as Marie Denecke (Denecker). I therefore am fairly certain of Wilhelms wife being Marie Christiane Meine Denecke.

On 17 Dec 2018 at 20:15 GMT Melanie Paul wrote:

Apparently we're 24 degrees of connection. Pretty amazing, really.  :)

On 15 Dec 2018 at 07:41 GMT Barbara (Jackson) Wren wrote:

I am 26 degrees from you and a person of interest to me is 30 degrees from you so I am digging in to that for clues. Fun to see how I am linked to people but so much to learn. Thanks for providing this info!

On 12 Dec 2018 at 18:16 GMT Lisa Mullings wrote:

Loved learning more about you on "Meet our Members," Anne. Thanks for helping to make Wikitree a great place!

On 12 Dec 2018 at 13:25 GMT Pip Sheppard wrote:

What a marvelous and fascinating interview for Meet Our Members! Well done, Anne.

On 12 Dec 2018 at 12:36 GMT Veronica (Coat) Williams wrote:

Hello Anne - just saw your bio on ‘Meet the Members’ - congratulations! Thanks for all your help with all things Australian!!


On 14 Oct 2018 at 03:16 GMT Meredith (Blight) Dillon wrote:

Hi Anne, thank you for your help. I am gradually finding my way around WikiTree but will probably have a few queries from time to time. Cheers Meredith (Meg) Dillon

On 27 Sep 2018 at 08:10 GMT Dave Rutherford wrote:

Hi Anne,

Yes, I know that there are now duplicate husbands for Eliza Sicklesteel. Also a duplicate daughter. When Cathy set up Eliza's merge, she missed the duplicate husbands. Working on it. Takes two to finish merges!

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