FinallyAddComma.org
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The publications that are currently available are:
Malcolm and Christina's family
This book is about the lives of Malcolm McDonald, his wife Christina McKenzie,
and some of their descendants. Malcolm and Christina were natives of the
Scottish Highlands who emigrated to Australia in 1848. The book is built
around the rich collection of photographs that their family has inherited.
The Caruse of the Kanowna
Frederick Macdonald's World War I diary. One of ‘The Dirty Five Hundred’ tells
his story of the zealously executed but hastily and poorly planned Kanowna
expedition to Port Moresby in 1914.
Stories in the dark
Stories told by Esther Perry (born 1898) to her grandchildren about her
childhood in country New South Wales.
Album EM
This is a record of a nineteenth century photo album that includes photos of
Matthew Dorrough (1803–97), his wife Martha Jane Bogle (1808–69), and many
of their descendants. Matthew and Martha Jane emigrated to Australia from
Northern Ireland in 1842. Photos of people with the family names that follow
are amongst those included: Alcorn, Arthur, Bogle, Cottee, Dorrough, Funston,
Jarman, Knight, Macdonald, Patterson, Simes, Smith, Thompson and Turner.
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Album TRX
This is a record of a nineteenth century photo album that includes photos of
Malcolm McDonald (1809–76), his wife Christina McKenzie (1818–82), and many
of their descendants. Malcolm and Christina emigrated to Australia from
Scotland in 1848. Photos of people with the family names that follow are
amongst those reproduced here: Alcorn, Boag, Brown, Faulks, Grant, Hines,
Ireland, Jay, Knight, Macdonald, McDonald, McKenzie, Millard, Miller, Monaghan,
Mottram, Netterfield, Patterson, Rixon, Rutter, Thomson, Thorburn and Wignall.
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