Australian genealogy notes for the ancestors of Jill Frances Ballantyne


Welcome
This page was created to make available a collection of genealogy data concerning the ancestral families of my wife Jill Ballantyne.
Please feel free to make suggestions or to recommend additions and corrections by emailing me from this link Russell Pearce
In the following pedigree tree the people shown in red are the migrants to Australia and who all came from the British Isles. The research has concentrated predominantly on the Ballantynes and the Fergusons, but the other ancestral families from their point of arrival in Australia are also included.

William Ballantyne 
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David Ballantyne
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Rosina Mc Ilwaith
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Albert Ballantyne
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Johanna Mc Lean
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Stanley Mclean Ballantyne
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William Blair
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William Nathan Blair
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Dinah Prosser 
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Annie Dinah Blair
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John Wilkinson
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Ann Wilkinson
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Harriet Scarth
  (about 1820)
| Jill Frances Ballantyne
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Alexander Ferguson
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Alexander Henry Ferguson
|         (1854)
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Jane Cumming
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Alick Harry Ferguson
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Henry Swan
| (about 1835)
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Frances Swan
         (1858)
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 Ann Golding
 (about 1835)
Frances May Ferguson
         (1915)
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Joseph Albrigh Kendall
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Ulrick Joseph Kendall
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Sarah Jane Bean
       (1827)
Florence Nellie Kendall
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  Alfred Spring  
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Isabella Maria Spring
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Ann Elizabeth Hawkins 
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More information has been summarised into various family trees created using Legacy, which may be reached by clicking on the links below.

Commenced 12 December 2002. For comments, corrections or just to say hello; Email me at Russell Pearce