Would sincerely aprreciate any
information any one might have about a plantation
at Tneeriabidda. This plantation was owned by
my Gt. Grandfather Henry Liston. He was forced
to leave it due to a tree blight in the early 1880's
and it was bought by Thomas Lipton I believe.
Anyone know about this place. I'm not sure if
this is the name of the plantation or the town
where it is.
I am still looking for any descendants or anyone interested in the Manzie or
Thanks to Malcolm, I have managed to find out more about the Atwell family.
Am happy to share the information I have on Manzie and Atwell.
It hurts me to unsubscribe but i am on 10 lists sooo it can be very time
consuming just reading the mail .Then we help our friends on the lists and
before you know it the weeks have flown into months and nothing has been
done in the House (all the nooks and crannies need doing)
so please if anyone bumps into any of my Relitives will you contact me off
list. bye for now Lesley of Liverpool : )
P S if you are handy with a feather duster come on round : )
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I am currently looking for any information on my great great great grandfather. All I have is his name John Sparke and he was born in Sri Lanka in 1819. He went on to become a watchmaker in Moray, Scotland. If anyone has any idea who or what his parents would be in Sri Lanka for in 1819 it would be a great help, also how to go about finding birth records or other resources in Sri Lanka.
Could sks please advise me if Hazarcebagh Penitentiary is in Sri Lanka.
I have a convict ancestor who was incarcerated there after escaping by ship from Western Australia. I have a document that states this but writing is hard to translate so hope this is the right spelling.
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Hi I am looking for any information on deLivera D'Abrew and Gunasekera
My great grandfather was Baron deLivera who was married to Nancy D'Abrew.
He was in charge of the Cargo Dispatch Company during the late 1800s early
If im not mistaken his fathers name was Andreas deLivera and might have been
a Methodist minister.
His son Francis was my grandfather.
From my understanding deLivera is pretty uncommon name per my relatives.
Gunasekera and de Soyza (de Zoysa?) are from the Mutwal area of Colombo . My
great grandmother was Engletina Gunasekera --she had i think 5 brothers and
sisters including Anne and Austin.
Anyone with info on any of these names can contact me at Forpsyt(a)aol.com