Ok you spooked me for the day ok.. lol here i am sitting here researching Henry Robert
Horton who married my Florence Sophia Floyd... and in my search not 2 minutes ago i was
looking at the Reardon Family Tree for HORTON available on the web!! spun me out i had
just closed the site! and come to my email to find your message
here tis where i was looking!
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--- On Thu, 30/4/09, Carol <seebee.cazza(a)bigpond.com> wrote:
From: Carol <seebee.cazza(a)bigpond.com>
Subject: [AUS-Tas] What does this mean? 'se'nnight' plus REARDON family
Received: Thursday, 30 April, 2009, 8:14 AM
Two questions..firstly, when transcribing an item in the H.T.G., 27 July, 1816 re.
Howe's gang and Richard Pitt, I came across this phrase: "Yesterday
se'nnight, the Bandetti..." I'm fairly sure, but not certain, that it's
not "fe'nnight', as the 's' is one of the old ones, and looks
identical to the others.
Secondly, I've recently been researching my Susannah Peck, born 1815, and found that
the James Williams she married was the son of Thomas Williams, Calcutta, 1804, and Frances
Reardon, N.I. I have very little on these two families, other than that available in
Irene's "Exiled Three Times Over", so would love to hear from any Williams
and Reardon descendants to share info. with,
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