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My name is Robert Whiteman and I started this site.
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Our family tree is posted online on this site! There are 2331 names in our family site. The earliest event is the death of John Whiteman (Oct 16 1726). The most recent event is the death of Thomas Brian Carruthers (Apr 9 2014).
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Announcements:Whiteman Tribe Downunder Family Muster
Posted by: Robert Whiteman on May 23 2012 19:24

This year marks 175 years since Stephen Whiteman(1792-1890), his brother John Whiteman(1814-1898) and their families arrived in Sydney. To celebrate I am having a picnic at Liverpool NSW on 14th October. All descendants of Stephen, John, William Whiteman (1816-1892), Thomas Whiteman (1792-1861) and Francis Whiteman (1799-1872) are welcome to attend.

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