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The reunion in Geelong is on again...but at a new venue. Join in if you can and catch up with former Terangites. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Another Can you Help....does anyone remember Myles Browne who was an organ builder in Armadale in 1960's .....born in Terang probably 1940's? Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Browne. Myles had a brother Peter. Anyone know where Myles is now? ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

A Big thank you to everyone who shared/ answered our query about Emily McKay. We have a family contact. Thanks everyone...great team work and much appreciated. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

I am going to ireland in 2020 and looking at going to Enniskillen, County Fermanagh and would be interested if there is any fuller history of the Graham/Armstrong families at Terang.🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

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Hello Kathleen, I'm not sure what you may already have on the family but I could do a check of the local papers for obituaries if you don't already have that info. I note in our pioneer register that an Andrew Boyle has listed the Armstrong and Graham families. Also interested to see they came from Ballintarson. I believe one of our members was looking for a property by that name just west of Terang...maybe a family property??? If you want me to do some research for you, you will need to let me know what you already have so I don't spend time doubling up on research. When are you going to Ireland? I have a commitment that will take up most of January but will be able to do research after that for you if you so desire. We have a research fee of $20.00 if you want me to proceed. Perhaps you could email me at: historysociety04@hotmail.com It's easier than using messanger I find.

John/Jack Graham died 31/7/1918 of pulmonary TB after being gassed in France where he was a gunner. He was transferred back to Heildelburg Medical Hospital, Melbourne. His father,James Graham came to Australia 20/3/1859 and married Margaret Armstrong 1866. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

A descendant of William Graham (great grandfather) looking at visiting their home in Ireland next year. (Ernest) Armstrong emigrated from County Fermanagh, arriving in Melbourne 3/2/1862. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

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Sounds like an exciting time ahead Kathleen.

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