A Prosser & Sharman Family Tree

Harry Prosser


May 2010  --   Updated Wormit Farm, Scotland - information with images

--  Tragic death of 17 yr. old  Margaret KINNEAR

---  Peter KINNEAR (Father of Margaret) explored


NEW  GOOGLE  MAPS - to help locate family sites -  June 2009

William Hay's Scottish cousins in Australia, March'06

Ronald Stanley Thornton found July 2nd '05

"Digger" Farrell war service in New Guinea June 25th '05

Peter Kinnear updated with Mill at Guard-Bridge

June 9th' 05

Harry William Prosser's RAAF record 6th May'05

Sarah & John PROSSER updated 6th March'05

Birthdays see below

"Yes, those were the days" by Charlie Prosser, added 12th Oct '04

Breaking news re immigration William & Eliza Bredin (Hutson) 24th July '04

16th July '04 - SS Norseman found.


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Corrections and additions to tree, work in progress

This web site describes the close relationship between the Prosser family of Gippsland and the Sharman family of Central and Northern Victoria. The common origin from Charles Thomas Sharman from Spalding Lincolnshire England is explained. 

 Other family origins in UK include Sarah Ann Clark from Herefordshire, England;   Eliza Jane Hutson from Havant, Hampshire England;    Isabella Wood Hay born , Village of Wormit, Fife, Scotland.

From my mother's side of my family comes John O'Farrell from County Clare, Ireland:   Thomas Wilkinson from Kildare, Ireland;    Fritz Tiesler of  Breslau, Prussia;     Maria Fuhrmann of Hamburg Germany;   George Henry artlett Young  of Somerton, Somerset-shire England;  

   Daniel Ethell  and Sarah Preston of  Manchester Englandland


              If you have information you would like added to the above families, send me an e-mail with the text and I will include it as soon as I can get access to the computer. If you have your own home page, send me the address and I will include the link to your page. Photographs take up a lot of web space and I have almost reached my limit. I intend to set up a graphics link from my pages in the near future, so I look forward to offering these.

Lest We Forget


Norman John Whelan killed in France 1917

Frederick Ethell. killed in France 1917

Percival Reginald Whelan died at sea 1917

Arthur James Ross McDONALD  died in 1917


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