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From Buryan to BondiS and his descendants through several centuries of their lives in Cornwall as times grew progressively tougher Appendices refer to other parts of the familyIn was born George Dennis a g g g grandson of the original George Ten children were born before George Dennis died in leaving his young family to struggle through harsh economic timesIn his widow Susan Dennis her five sons and two surviving daughters arrived in Sydney Harbour They came as assisted migrants on two different ships ready to start a new and better life in Australia They joined Susan’s other daughter Jane and her miner husband William Williams who had left Cornwall in Like so many immigrants from Cornwall the older Dennis boys brought with them their mining skills Su

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The Dennis family has been recorded in the beautiful Land’s End to Penzance region of Cornwall for nearly years since the middle of the sixteenth century This uiet fishing farming and mining region is saturated in history extending back to Celtic times Its spectacular wild coastline swept by Atlantic storms has seen many shipwrecks and has harboured many teams of smugglersIn this place From Buryan PDFEPUB or so full of romantic imagery the Dennis family can be tracked with some confidence from the time when three brothers named Sampson Richard and George Dennis turned up in Saint Buryan parish records just after the Hearth Tax return They were literate owned property and two were uakersThis book follows the fortunes of George Denni

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From Buryan to Bondi epub ☆ Paperback Ö louise wilson Ö [PDF / Epub] ★ From Buryan to Bondi ✈ Louise Wilson – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk The Dennis family has been recorded in the beautiful Land’s End to Penzance region of Cornwall for nearly 450 years since the middle of the sixteenth century ThiSan’s younger children still of school age in enjoyed the benefit of some formal education and became teachers Living first at mining settlements at Currawang near Goulburn and Cow Flat near Bathurst the Dennis family eventually settled in various parts of New South WalesThe greatest contrast in lifestyles between their new and old homeland was achieved by Susan’s son James Dennis who learned to read back in Cornwall by the light of a miner’s lamp Within thirty years of arriving in Australia as a thirteen year old labourer he was a headmaster a Master of Arts from Sydney University and then Inspector of Schools for NSW His two sons were amongst Australia’s first lifesavers at Bondi Beach but he never forgot his links to Burya

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