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Rose Anna Dannock later by marriage Rose Stone.
Rose Stone nee Dannock and Ethel McVicars
Ern McVicars and Rose Stone nee Dannock.
Honor Anna Maria Dobell nee Dannock daughters Ethel Dobell, Amy Dobell, Viola Dobell and Elisha Dobell. Seated far right Rose Stone nee Dannock. Uncertain wheter far left Elisha...
Anna Bedelia Dannock (nee Mackanany, most likely McInerney as described in her Death Certificate - see Archives) date unknown. Born 1832 County Clare Ireland died 24 September 1...
Flete House is the historic home of the Mildmays, the present generation of whom live at Mothecombe House, a beautiful Queen Anne house with Lutyens additions, situated right at...
Bonegilla Migrant Camp museum. Bonegilla Migrant Reception and Training Centre, otherwise known as the Bonegilla Camp, was originally set up as a transit camp for WWII refugees....
Bonegilla Migrant Camp. Bonegilla Migrant Reception and Training Centre, otherwise known as the Bonegilla Camp, was originally set up as a transit camp for WWII refugees. It was...
Anna Milnaric aka Milar as a teenager.
Anna Milnaric aka Milar (later Novak) as a teenager in Bonegilla Migrant Camp North East Victoria.
Anna and Miroslav Novak Wagga Wagga NSW.
Eldest of the Novak family in Wagga Wagga NSW.
Josephine Stone AM Strangers Dinning Room, Terrace House of Commons Westminster.
Brother and sister, Jack and Madeleine Stone at the Powerhouse marking Jack Stone's 21st birthday celebrations.
Josie and Shane camping in Central Australia outside of Alice Springs.
Botany Bay New South Wales watercolour by Charles Gore circa 1789. Acknowledgement State Library New South Wales
The Founding of Australia. By Captain Arthur Phillip R.N. Sydney Cove, 26th January 1788, Algernon Talmadge R.A, 1937. Courtesy State Library of New South Wales.
Newborn Susan Ellen Stone with her new brothers Shane and Terry. Proud adoptive mother Pam Stone holding Susan.
The main street of Clarecastle at the turn of the last century. Courtesy of Eric Shaw.
Headstone erected by Patrick Dominic Davin Clarecastle County Clare Ireland. “ The tomb was erected by Patk Domk Davin of Clare in memory of his beloved children Pat, Mary & Bri...