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V alerie Nicholas

Joined:January 1 2008 (7 years ago)
V alerie is an active member of the site Gould Family Tree Web Site
V alerie visited 15 times, last visit on June 6 2013 (21 months ago)

Other site memberships (by number of visits)

Chicheley Plowden Web SiteSite manager, since Mar 5 2010
Jennings Family Tree Web SiteMember, since Oct 3 2011
Sealy-Bell Web SiteMember, since Sep 22 2010
My Family Tree Web SiteMember, since Sep 27 2012
Ridgway-MONNIER Web SiteMember, since Nov 18 2013
JEFFREY D. AYTES Web SiteMember, since July 22 2012
Plowden Wardlaw/Hall Web SiteMember, since Aug 3 2010
Vejlstrup Web SiteMember, since Oct 24 2011
Nicholas Web SiteMember, since Oct 19 2011
My History Web SiteMember, since Sep 23 2012
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V alerie Nicholas I am researching all related families, primarily, PLOWDEN, EDEN, GREY, COOKSON, WHICHER, SEALY , ALLEN, ADAMS, MOUNTBATTEN, SPENCER CHURCHILL
3 years ago
Kathy Bonus Hi Valerie,
I am not sure if Agens and Bert Bonus of Tasmania are relatives or not but it is possible. Bonus is my married name. From the reserach I have done to date, my husband's family is descended from Richard R Bonus who was transported to NSW from the UK in 1836. He later married in Australia and had 8 children (1 son). His son had 9 children (5 sons) and I have not traced all of their descendants yet. Sorry I can't be more helpful! Kathy
2 years ago
Dennis Castaldo Welcome to Sherwood Forest, and the Band of Merry Men.
There are now some 20,768 residents and counting. Some recent additions include Napoleon Bonaparte, and President Franklin Pierce. That makes 14 Presidents. I had to Impeach Abraham Lincoln, and banish him from Sherwood, along with his relatives. You live and learn, and every day of research brings something new.
Again WELCOME to Valerie Nicholas, look around and have fun.
one year ago
Robin Wood Hi Val, You are welcome to join and I have now included you in the Conisbee/Coningsby family trees. Delighted you found me and that you remembered our OZ visit to Aunt Jean
one year ago