I have been made aware of an article on Puslinch in the Western Districts Morning News 1963. I'm unable to get it online. Is it 100% correct?
Thanks, will change. This and Eton reference are wrong as previously checked with both bodies. Short account I wrote of his life is more up to date than website
Arthur Kenneth Duke Yonge born 1843, Alloa, Scotland. Was in Australia by 1859.It seems that he would have been too young to be 'senior wrangler'. Correct ?
DID NOT COLLECT MACHINE AS jAMES CAN NOT COME BECAUSE IT WAS TOO WET
Puzzled by message!Ian Yonge
For a book on coffee I'm writing, I need follow up on data I found of a Captain Young who took coffee plants to Barbados in 1720. I would appreciate your help.
Sorry, this does not look familiar to me so it must be another totally different Yonge/Young family. Good luck in your quest.Ian Yonge
FranSeveral of him but only as a child and more. If you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org I can tell you more
Do you have a photograph of Geoffrey Yonge, for a WWI obiturary entry in our alumni magazine (he was a pupil at Mount House, now called Mount Kelly). Thank you.
I am current researching the life of Colonel Henry Anderson Morshead R.E. of Widey Court who was married to Elizabeth whose mother was Elizabeth Yonge sister to
Also there is no mention of her brother John Roger Yonge who passed away in 2021
As far as I am aware Elizabeth "Beth" Mary Charlotte Yonge is still alive
I have a very old key reputedly from Puslinch House, with a brown label attached with string stating 'Box in Hall'. I assume the owners have another key!