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  1. My father, John de Mauley Hale came to Australia around 1930 on an assisted passage. He had at least one older step sister. I dont know her name. He may have also had other step siblings. His father was John Albert Deakin Hale and his mother was Blanche Olga Gertrude de Mauley Ponsonby. If anyone knows of any relations can you please email me?

    PATRICIAHALE [patricia.hale$gmail.com]

  2. I am searching for a John HALEwho moved to Wokingham, Berkshire, in 1729. He married Rose SKYE in Wokingham on 2 October 1729, and is recorded as being from the parish of Henley-On-Thames in Oxon.However, after 13 years of searching I still cannot find John. I have searched the Henley registers but cannot find him, so I do not think that he was born in Henley. Does anyone have a John HALE who fits the bill, or have a known HALE association with Wokingham in the early 1700s?Any help would be greatly appreciated!

    David Hale, Adelaide/Australia [ dwhale$esc.net.au] The Hale Connection web site

  3. Looking for information on THOMAS HALE (born 1839) - his wife was MARY (1838) and 8 children ANNIE (1861), THOMAS (1864), SARAH (1868), WILLIAM (my GGF 1870) JOHN (1872) MARY (1874) JOSEPH (1877) and ALICE (1881) They were living in Davis St Cardiff during the 1881 census but had previously been registered as Newport area. I know that there were family connections in the Forest of Dean (possibly BLAKENEY area) Any information greatly apprecicated.

    Elizabeth Hale [liz.bushell$gmail.com]

  4. I am trying to find any infomation on the family of SAMUEL HOOPER HALE. He was born in ESSEX ,but this does vary, in about 1815 ,although his death certificate states 1823. He was married to SUSAN ANN BOWLES who was born in Wiltshire about 1823. I have been unable to find their marriage but according to census they were already married in 1851 and living in Sussex. In the 1841 census at the address were SAMUEL and SUSAN HALE are living in 1851,there is a JOSEPH HALE b1815 Sussex and I am wondering if it is possible that this is SAMUEL'S brother. Their first child was born in SOUTHAMPTON in 1854 but they lived in SURREY after then. Does anyone have any HALES in their tree with the middle name HOOPER ? This seems to have been given to most of their children. I have hit a very large brick wall and any help would be gratefully appreciated. I live in North Wales

    Kathryn Hale [kathhale23$yahoo.co.uk]

  5. My name is Steven Richard Virtue from Liverpool, and I am looking for any information about ancestors of James Hale (born 1804),my fatherís maternal g/g/grandfather. He married Ellen (born 1803) and they had 9(?) children ,5 of whom died in childhood. I have the family bible dated 1836, which shows some of the names and d.o.b of the children. James was a blacksmith by trade, I think, and my fatherís grandfather had his own smithy in Liverpool. Any help greatly appreciated.

    Steven Richard Virtue [steve.virtue$tesco.net]

  6. I was very excited to find your site and wondered whether you might be able help me find my grandmother's family who originated in Potterne, Wiltshire, England. My Grandmother was Jane Eyles Hale and was my Mother's mother - she was born in about 1887 and was the daughter of William and Anna Hale. There were other children, Arthur, Bertha, Cecil, Dorothy, Ernest, Ethel and Harold. I would love to be able to find living relatives or trace the tree back further. Thank you, Alison

    [alison$alisonkingmarketing.fsbusiness.co.uk]

  7. My Hale family came from COOMBE BISSETT and QUIDHAMPTON, WILTSHIRE. JOHN HALE b1778, (parents THOMAS HEALE and MARY WILLIAMS) married Ann Macey (b1789) at FISHERTON ANGER, Wiltshire in 1812. Their children were JOHN b 1812 married MARY JANE TAYLOR, THOMAS b 1813, GEORGE b1815 m MARY BRACHER, ELIZABETH ANN b 1816 and ANN ELIZABETH b1816 (twins), ELIZABETH b1817 ROBERT MATTHEW b1819 married VICTORIA VICKERY, JAMES CHARLES b1821 married JULIA BUCKLAND and CHARLES WILLIAMS b1822 married 1)FANNY EMMA OAKLEY at Bristol & 2)MARY ANN GRINDLEY in Australia. Would love to contact other descendants of this family.

    PHILIPPA GARNSEY, Sydney, Australia

    [pgar9629$bigpond.net.au]

  8. I have a postcard picture of a young man taken probably 1914-1918 (in uniform). The card is addressed to a Mrs. A HALE, 108 Queens Rd. ALDERSHOT, Hants. I think this woman might have been a HUNT.

    My name is MARY MERCER from Goderich, Ont. Canada

    [marynstu2002$yahoo.ca]

  9. I am interested in tracing the antecedants of FREDERICK WILLIAM HALE, who was living at DAYTON, Ohio, in the 1840s. His son, my gt grandfather, JOHNSON WILLIAM HALE, moved to BIRMINGHAM, England, with his brother ALFRED around 1875 and married there. I would love to know when they went to America. Both Johnson and Alfred were born in Dayton.

    Roger Chatterton-Newman

    [editor$pqinternational.co.uk]

  10. Hoping some one may be able to assist . I have come across an ELIZA HALE in the 1871 UK census for St Albans, born c 1821, who is single and listed as a sister to a WILLIAM BALL. I am trying to locate any further information on her, including siblings, parents, any info would be great. Does anyone have this ELIZA HALE in their tree?

    Lilian Coulton, Canberra, Australia

    [fearn$iprimus.com.au]


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