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Old 19th April 2014, 10:34   #21
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Ok, we move on.

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I'll sleep on it, Dave and have a little look later...

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Ok, thanks Geoff.

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Re: LEE family

I havent read through the whole thread properly but does this help any?

The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)
Saturday 26 October 1901

LEE - HOFFMAN - September 25, at St Barnabas',George street West, Sydney, by the Rev, W. A. Charlton assisted by the Rev N. Jenkyn, Joseph J. A. Lee, eldest son of the late J. Lee, of London to Priscilla Mathilda, eldest daughter of the late C. W. L. Holfmann. of Townsville- Queensland.

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The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954]
Monday 27 November 1922
LEE.-November 26, 1922, at his residence, Wandsworth, 307 Bridge-road, Drummoyne, Joseph James Albert, dearly loved husband of Priscilla M. Lee.

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LEE JOSEPH JAMES CHURCH OF ENGLAND 27/11/1922 aged 58 C OF E - SECTION J 187

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Re: LEE family

Thanks gibbo.

I didn't have the marriage notice. It does help a bit. It probably means J J A's parents died in England.

Wish we knew if he was a bachelor in 1901 or if it was his 2nd. Born abt 1864 so a bit late if first.

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Re: LEE family

Hello all. This thread has just been brought to my notice. I am descended from Henry Robert Lee and I am very interested in the descendants of the other children of James Lee & Mary Lawrence. What is your connection with the Lee Family?

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Hello SPEEDIE,

I'm not a descendant. My remote connection is via a different line of the FURNER family.

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Oh dear. What a shame. I thought I had found some "living Lees" in England. Now that you mention it, I think we have had contact before about the Furners.

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I think so, Ros.

I'm in Sydney.

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