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Orphan Number: 4081
Orphan: Letitia NASH
Mother:NASH, Mary Ann
Father:NASH, William Henry
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Father's ship:
Age when admitted:8yrs
Date admitted:5 Jan 1854
Date discharged:15 Mar 1858
Institution(s):Queens Orphan School
Discharged to: sister, Mrs Mary Ann Fluerty
Remarks: father lawyer at comptroller General's Dept, and deserted - mother dead
References: SWD28, CSO24/235/9132


This orphan has been claimed by: Manda Palmer

Letitia was born in Hobart, TAS on 14 Oct 1845. She married John Joseph Healy in 1881 in Melbourne, VIC. They lived in Queensborough, Denison and she died on 7 Sep 1939 aged 93.



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This orphan has been claimed by: Margaret Hawgood

Letitia and Harriet Nash are my Great Great Great Grandmother's sisters. I would like to claim them into my Family.

If anyone has any info  I would be gratefull.

Yours Sincerly,

Margaret Hawgood



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This orphan has been claimed by: Margaret Hawgood

Letitia and Harriet Nash are my Great Great Great Grandmothers Sisters I would like to claim them into my Family. If anyone has any info  I would be grateful.

Yours Sincerely.

Margaret Hawgood



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