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Tonia Keyte

Granddaughter of Bruce Keyte, Great-Granddaughter of Albert 'Jacky' Keyte. With many thanks to my grandmother Lila (Miosge) Keyte who contributed fairly extensively to 'Not Just Ordinary People' I now have a considerable amount of Nanna's research and resources that I have done my best to add to over the years whenever time permits. Happy to chat to anyone interested in any historical Keyte info or resources. I will add more as soon as time permits. Cheers Tonia

linda rohkamper

Think some forebears were associated with Major's Creek...namely Joseph Harris Royal, born in Berrima son of Henry Harris Royal from Weymouth UK, born in 1883..he married Emily Luisa Cook who was born in Marulan. Just wondering if there are any records or photos verifying any of this.
Kind Regards
Linda Rohkamper

Sandy Morris

Hi There,
Enjoyed looking over your site. I was wondering whether you had any information on Christopher Welsh and The Jeffers/Couch families as I am currently researching my family history and believe that Christopher Welsh ran a boarding house at Majors Creek before his death in 1868.
Sandra Morris

Leanne Chant

I am the great grand daughter of Roland Keyte and was wondering how I could purchase the book "not just ordinary people" written by  Pamela Oxley


Sandra Dash

I am related to the Crandell, Heazlett and Lewis families from Majors Creek. I went to Majors Creek many years ago and was amazed to see pictures of my relatives on the walls of the pub (dont know if the photos are still there). Would love to talk to anyone that may be related to the same families.

Brian McDonald

Copies of my book Snapshots of Old Majors Creek are now exausted and a reprint is on order. Orders can still be placed through this website and I will forward a book when they become available. Many thanks to all who have purchased the book and for the overwhelming response I have received.

Michael Keyte & Leonie Howe

Grandson of Jackie and Beatrice Lillian Keyte (Parker) recently called past to visit the area.
Loved everything we saw - loved Majors Creek.
We will be back to help clean up the unmarked family graves.
We would like to know how to contact the Parker family?
Kind regards
Michael & Leonie

Brian McDonald

The Annual New Year's Day Picnic was held on the Recreation Ground on Tuesday 1st January
It was attended by locals, visitors and as well as many who returned to the birth place of their ancesters. Those present sat on the hall verandah, under the shade where possible to watch events, chat and reminise. Thanks to the orgnisers and the many helpers for a wonderful day. May this tradition live on in our village for years to come.
A wonderful occassion to welcome the New Year enjoyed by all.

Brian McDonald

I have just completed compiling a book "Snapshots of Old Majors Creek" featuring our pioneers, homes, events and views of the village and surrounds. This will be launched and available at a date sometime in September. Those who are interested in obtaining a copy can contact me via my email and I will be in touch.

kerry manera

wow great site. my grandad william camage lived here. just reading through emails. maxine, if u read this love to catch auntys and uncle, aureen camage, merle and will camage were all born in majors creek, their parents were, william camage and berhardine lorenzo harriet camage. (nee erickson). look forward to comimg to majors creek sometime. kerry.


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