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Amanda Taylor
Posted on Thursday, June 21, 2007 - 10:32 pm:   

I am trying to locate iformation on William Buckingham Trindall b. Abt 1833 & d.1/11/1907, It is possible that hai father's name is William as well but that is not certain. He married Elizabeth Darlinghurst nee Knee b. 30/12/1842 & d. 21/6/1902. Anyone with information please email me mootaylor81@yahoo.com.au
Vanessa Baker
Posted on Thursday, July 12, 2007 - 10:27 pm:   

Hi My mother inlaws maiden name in "Trindall" and was from Wee Waa. Her father was Les Trindall her grandfather was Alfed Edmund "Robert" Trindall His father was William Buckingham Trindall And His father was Richard Buckingham Trindall. Ive just read a book called "and the women should not weep' by Elva Dale. It is about how William and Elizabeth met and their days at Cuttabri. So I think Clara would have been Roberts older sister. Ive just started getting info so will probably know more in future.
Maree Kelly
Posted on Saturday, September 29, 2007 - 7:37 pm:   

Hi I am also a descendent of Robert Trindall - my great grandmother, Linda, was a sister to Les.
I may be able to help you with information.
Sharon Clarke
Posted on Tuesday, April 22, 2008 - 10:27 pm:   

Hi my sister Debbie and I are very interested to find more family history. Our great great grandfather was Richard Buckingham Trindall our great grandfather was Reginald Trindall whom brother was Bob Trindall, our Nanna Hilda Trindall and our Nanna's mother was Mary Leonard. Any information on the Trindall's or Leonards would be greatly appreciated.Thanking you Sharon
Elizabeth Mary BOREHAM nee McMillan
Posted on Tuesday, August 26, 2008 - 9:44 pm:   

Hi, my great grandfathers name was Robert Trindall,the son of William Buckingham Trindall.My grandmother Neta McMillan nee Neta Trindall.dec. THere is only 1 surviving child from the family of 13 (I believe) her name is Melba Clare celebrated her 98th birthday this year,her son lives in Coonabarabran & she does spend a few months per year with him
cindy marie fizzell
Posted on Tuesday, January 27, 2009 - 4:34 pm:   

WOW. my name is cindy fizzell.... i am one of three children.. my mother's name was sharon trindall "daughter of les trindall"...!
i was born in wee waa in 1982...
sharon was also the mother of christopher lee trindall and kelly fizzell... drop me a line if this is of any importance or interest!!!
i am also very curious about my family as we were taken into care at a very young age...
cindy marie fizzell
Posted on Tuesday, January 27, 2009 - 4:49 pm:   

.... i may also note, Sharon Trindall married Wayne Fizzell of Narrabri somwhere around 1982-1984..... (Fizzell pronounced "Fizz-elle")
i am however also curious as to the apparent daughter in law of Sharon Trindall as she kept her maiden name and only had three children as far as i know before she died.....i am refering to the post by a Vanessa Baker who has caught my interest :-)
Kathy Schlegel
Posted on Tuesday, February 03, 2009 - 10:03 am:   

Anybody have any info on Elizabeth Darlinghurst's parents Daniel KNEE & Mary Ann WILLIAMS/HALKS (or HULKS)/MANTLE? Also George KNEE/KNEEN/GORRICK who may have had a daughter Amelia(Emilie)GORRICK KNEE whose mother may have been Elizabeth Darlinghurst
Sam Cook
Posted on Saturday, April 04, 2009 - 9:58 am:   

I am currently researching the Trindall family. I am a descendant of Bartholomew Francis Trindall (1864-1939). If you have any information regarding him or any of his siblings, please contact me.
anthony trindall
Posted on Thursday, April 16, 2009 - 3:41 pm:   

referring to the post by cindy marie fizzel, your mother sharon trindall is my aunt, my father is shane trindall. i will query him about the apparent daughter in law to aunty sharon and any information he may have.
cindy marie fizzelle
Posted on Tuesday, April 28, 2009 - 9:01 pm:   

oh yeah, Uncle Shane:-)

have you heard from Kell lately???
i guess this makes you my cousin :-)

are you on face book? how old are you?

i am just wondering as to whether i am getting Uncle Dave and Uncle Shane confused... lol

are you the one with the big family???
Sam Cook
Posted on Tuesday, August 18, 2009 - 8:13 pm:   

Hi, does anyone have any info on Allan Edward Trindall or his father, Bartholomew Francis Trindall. Bartholomew died in Sydney and Allan died in Narrabri.

Bartholomew was the elder brother of Albert Edmund Robert Trindall.
Angela Roser
Posted on Friday, November 13, 2009 - 10:42 pm:   

Hi, please clarify is great grandfather "Alfred Edmund Robert Trindall"or "Albert Edmund Robert Trindall". My mother is Joy Roser (nee Trindall) who is one of Les Trindall's daughters. Just started getting into family tree.
Tori Fenning
Posted on Wednesday, November 25, 2009 - 9:38 am:   

Hi- My boyfriend is Terence Atkinson. He was born in Werribee Victoria and his apparent Mother was Deborah Ann TRINDALL. She was 17 when she had him and gave him up for adoption. My boyfriend was then taken in and raised in Wagga Wagga NSW. He is now 22 and still has not met his Mother. If anyone has any information it would be appareciated. You can email me on aileenrosajane@hotmail.com
Stephen Trindall
Posted on Saturday, April 03, 2010 - 12:50 pm:   

Hi everybody. I am a descendent of the Trindall family from Great Milton , Oxfordshire England. I would be glad to share any information that I have and am extremly interested if anybody can trace their Australian Trindall heritage back to England. The most prevalent family names appear to be William and Robert.
Midge McMillan
Posted on Saturday, July 23, 2011 - 9:34 am:   

This has made for interesting reading. Neta McMillan? Married to George McMillan? If so Neta was actually Juanita and was known as Nita or Unita. George and Nita are my grandparents.
Who is your father Elizabeth? This info would make us cousins.
I knew Sharon and her dad Les but had no idea that Aunty Melba was still alive in 2008. My father was Les McMillan, it's sad that he didn't know she was alive as he thought the last of his aunties died with Violet in 1990/91.
We have a colourful family to say the least!!
Elizabeth Nelson
Posted on Sunday, December 30, 2012 - 7:14 pm:   

Hi Midge & Elizabeth,

I am Elizabeth, Great Grandaughter of Melba Clare.
She is 101 and now lives in Blayney with her daughter Patricia.
She is very, very healthy and we're thinking she'll out live us!
Melba has three children still alive. A son Thomas in Coonabarrabran, a daughter Joan in Sydney and the daughter (my nan) whom she lives with in Blayney. She rarely visits coona anymore.

Would love to know more about their history, she doesn't give much away and won't speak about it.
Kathy Ottrey
Posted on Monday, January 21, 2013 - 9:48 am:   

Hi, Looking for information on Chlorine Trindall, she was my great-grandfather Arthur Ernest Wheeler's second wife, they married at Narrabri in 1926. His first wife and my great-grandmother was Rubina Peak who died in 1920 during childbirth I believe. I also believe that Chlorine's sister Hilda, may have married my great-uncle Leslie Wheeler in 1940 after previously being married to a Vaughan Green.

Any info would be a great help. Thanks
Vicki McMillan
Posted on Monday, April 22, 2013 - 1:10 pm:   

Hi there, as posted by Midge McMillan. Midge's great grandparents were also my great grandparents. We are the great grandchildren of William & Elizabeth Trindall who built the Cuttabri Wine Shanty, or the "Bee Hive" as it was called back then. I believ that William died in a nursing home in Narrabri. He was aged over 104 I believe when he died.
Carlo Giandomenico
Posted on Tuesday, August 13, 2013 - 10:29 pm:   

Hello Cindy,
Wondering if you might be related to my wife Sharon Giandomenico (nee Fizzell), it seems most Fizzell’s in Australia seem to be related. Like your mum she has a brother Shane and also another brother Alan. Her parents names are Arthur & Patricia Fizzell, Arthur being the son of George & Eva Fizzell.



We’re located here in Wagga Wagga NSW, it would be interesting to see if there’s a connection. I had a brief look at your info you provided and haven’t been able to see any connection so far. Originally Sharon’s ancestors on the Fizzell side came out to Australia from England on the SS Great Britain in 1866.



Best regards,



Carlo Giandomenico
Cindy
Posted on Sunday, February 16, 2014 - 12:38 am:   

Hi Carlo,
being deemed a ward of the state in 1984, gives me very little insight into my background (hence my posts)my brother and I Christopher lee Trindall (goes by my late Mothers name)were placed in care with the Nancarrow family in 1994 and maintained weekend "access visits" with our Mother Sharon Trindall (Married by Fizzell)my mother died of breast cancer at Tamworth base hospital when I was around the age of ten and both Chris and I remained with the Nancarrow Family in wee waa before moving to Dubbo to begin our higher schooling at Dubbo Christian School... I am now 31 yrs of age and reside in the ACT and am raising a family of my own and persuing my carrer in music..... My Grandmother on my Fathers side passed last year leaving behind the only registered Fizzell's I know of being her Son(My Father) Wayne Fizzell and myself who seem's to be the only one who kept my Father's name exepting that I added an E on the end as I was tierd of my last name being miss pronounced lol..
Carlo Giandomenico
Posted on Saturday, February 22, 2014 - 7:46 pm:   

Hello Cindy,
Nice to hear from you. Thanks for the info, (so sorry about your mum). I believe I have found the connection you have with my wife Sharon, assuming your grandfather's name was Ronald John Fizzell and your grandmother's name was Fay. If so, your ancestors came out from Ireland & England in 1866 on the SS Great Britain which is now on display in Bristol, England. Ronald Fizzell's father was Samuel and his father was Thomas Fizzell. Thomas was the older brother of William Burns Fizzell who was my wife's great grandfather. Anyway, am happy to supply lots more detail if you'd like. It may be easier in email if you prefer. Anyway my email address is carlowagga@gmail.com. Would love to hear from you.
Rgds, Carlo.
Christine Roser
Posted on Monday, February 24, 2014 - 9:20 pm:   

Trying to find the connection with Albert Edmund Robert Trindall to William Trindall who was also connected to Albert. Can anyone lighten me on Barthomelew Trindall or Allan Trindall & Maud Barlow who were conected some how to the family tree of William Trindall.
Gomeroi
Posted on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 - 9:46 pm:   

I am Amy ..daughter of Joseph Robert, granddaughter of William Buckingham and so on
Christine Roser
Posted on Saturday, September 13, 2014 - 8:41 pm:   

Gomeroi! I would like to talk more. 02 67462366
frankie
Posted on Friday, January 30, 2015 - 11:51 am:   

Hi Kathy Ottrey - I am related to all the people you mention - my mother's aunt was Chloe, who I believe must be "Chlorine Trindall" you mention. Her sister was Hilda Lillian (who was my grandmother) who was first married to a Green (I didn't know the name Vaughan though) and they had a son together who we stayed in contact with when I was growing up (perhaps his name was John Green from memory). My nanna (Hilda Lillian Green nee Trindall) married my grandfather Leslie Herbert Wheeler and they had 6 daughters. They lived outside of Wee Waa (Wee Waa is about 40 minutes from Narrabri)
Robert Staas
Posted on Saturday, January 31, 2015 - 7:54 pm:   

My wife is a descendant of Richard Buckingham Trindall and Mary Ann Adams. Trindall was an illegitimate son of Hanna Buckingham and he was born at 'The Heath' and baptised at Eynsham Church Oxfordshire. His father was Richard Trinder a rope maker of Neithorp Banbury. The pair later married and moved to Banbury.
Richard Buckingham Trinder (Trindall) was also a rope maker and was tried at the Oxford Sessions of Peace on 23rd April 1814 and sentenced to 7 years transportation to NSW. He arrived in Sydney on the ship Fanny in 1815. Once released from his sentence he tried to leave the Colony but was prevented because of a mis spelling of his name and missed a boat which subsequently sank on the way to England with the loss of all on board. He remained in Sydney and married Mary Ann Adams in West Maitland where they lived till his death. He is buried at Campbells Hill cemetery. The couple had 11 children.
Grahame Thomson
Posted on Friday, November 06, 2015 - 7:19 pm:   

Hi All
I have recently begun tracing my family and have all the names in the post on the tree.
My mother is Ruth and her mother Jaunita and her grandfather is Albert Edmund Robert Trindall and so. I have got to the early 1700's so far. If any one has any information I would like to hear from you
Caitlin walker
Posted on Monday, January 02, 2017 - 8:20 pm:   

Hello I am looking for information on Hilda Lillian trindall who is my great great grandmother
alicia
Posted on Monday, February 13, 2017 - 9:11 pm:   

Hi there,
If any of you are wanting to reach Deborah Trindall's eldest son Terence please feel free to email tezza6542@hotmail.com

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