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About Whittens in AU

I am Tim Hobson, son of Beth, daughter of Alfred, son of Anthony WHITTEN who came to Australia about the same time as siblings Henry62, Joseph63, Ann63-4? then Edward65 in the 1860s naively thought to be due to the Irish potato famine (but Marjorie Whitten believes it more likely that the reason for emigration was family disputes & hot-headedness); or was it the tuberculosis scare?? 
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Tim Hobson, son of Allan, son of Sydney HOBSON who came to Australia in 1910 & Sydney's Father, Edward (Ted) who arrived about 1924. I have (with Alan Alderton, Lexie Prince & many others) been verifying & getting information on the Whitten family history in a location where others can check out the details & comment accordingly.
Alan started with Gladys Whitten's data & Russ Bell'š Research which has been updated & reprinted. I would appreciate hearing from anyone with information about their own family. and anyone with photos or anecdotes that would help expand this presentation? Maybe you could also HELP to identify these Unknown people? Click Here Please sign the guest book AND update me on ANY missing family details PLEASE let me know if there is ANYTHING incorrect, missing or there are any 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. Other Family Sites: COCK HASLAM/HASLEM HOBSON STEPHENS CURRENT TASKŠ Researching Sarah Whitten who married James Haslam in Birr, Ireland (for John Haslem). Check Anne Marriott & Family - Michael Canty says c/b wrong ancestry Setting up links to stories and documents of the different family members. WHAT COUSIN ARE YOU: First cousins share a grandparent (2 generations) Second cousins share a great-grandparent (3 generations) Third cousins share a great-great-grandparent (4 generations) etc
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