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My Stories Listing

My Stories is a Tasmanian Family History Society initiative to provide a web space for both our members and for non-members to publish short stories about their ancestors.

This page lists all Ancestor Stories.  It displays the index entry, title and then the author. Click on the index number to view the story.   Alternatively you can use the search function from the menu to search by family names.

19   Ahern, Robert   History of the Elephant and Castle Hotel Hobart 1832 -1837 by Robert Ahern

4   Anderson, Helen   My Philosophy by Helen Anderson

18   Barton, David   George Paul Tasmanian convict by David Barton

1   Beamont, Allan   My Ancestor - Allan Beaumont by Faye Gardam

13   Blunt, Donald   What my mother told me by Donald Blunt

3   Blyth, Louisa   Louisa Frederica Wilhamena Blyth (nee Kaufmann) by Kerrie Blyth

9   Bowerman, James and Elizabeth   James William David Bowerman (1821 - 1898) and Elizabeth Sarah Dyer (alias Davis) (1822 -1872) by Kerry Bowerman OAM

6   Briggs, Isaac   Isaac Briggs My Convict 3G Grandfather by Andrew Cocker

12   Burton, Hannah   Hannah Burton - A Notorious Convict in Van Diemens Land by Christina Callinan

2   Dolling, Ann   Ann Dolling (nee Bennier) by Marilyn Oakley

7   Fisher, Edward   Edward Fisher - A Life Made Good by Stephen Mulcahy

5   Gibson, Walter   Walter Ernest (Ernie) Gibson by Dale Smith

8   Law, Joseph   Joseph Law (1816 - 1902) by Maureen O'Toole

15   Maloney, Owen   From sheep stealing to sheep farming - the convict journey of Owen Maloney by Lyn Blaikie

10   McQuinnn, Florence   Recollections of my Great-grandmother Florence McQuinn by Barbara Wilson

16   Morgan, Richard   Richard MORGAN (convict) and Family by Leanne Burr

14   Mulcahy, Stephen   The Life and Heroic (but Tragic) Death of Cpl. Charles Cecil Cearns by Stephen Mulcahy

11   Tomkinson, Charles and Ethel   Charles Edward Tomkinson and Ethel Clare Tomkinson (nee Jackson) by Kerry Bowerman

17   William Wall   William Wall - a convict legacy by Christine Leonard

These stories are published by the Society as a service to members and to the wider community. They do not represent the research or views of the Society itself. Readers may send a message to the author and are encouraged to contact the Secretary if they have any concerns about the content. You can also send a message to the web manager about technical issues or difficulties.

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