Camden Calling Journal

CAMDEN AREA FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY Journal

Camden Calling is the Journal of the Camden Area Family History Society. It is published twice yearly and contains a wide range of articles and other items of family and local history from members and contributors as they research their family history. The current editor is Mr Warren Sims.
All correspondence should be addressed to The Editor, Camden Area Family History Society,PO Box 679, Camden. 2570. The editor welcomes articles on the Family History research for consideration.
Camden Calling is available free to members of the Camden Area Family History Society Inc.
For information on how to subscribe to Camden Calling please contact Camden Area Family History Society
Back copies can be ordered by email and you will be notified of availability and time for delivery.

A Summary of articles for all the Journals since 2014 is listed below, and .pdf files can be accessed by
selecting the links below for each Journal as they become available.

Volume 22 Number 2 November 2018
– Captured! – James Frances Dwyer (1874 – 1952) – Cathey Shepherd – Page 5
-‘An Enterprising Man of a Mechanical Turn’ – Colin Neal¬† Page 8
-Don’t Change it, Save it! – Mark Latham Page 19
-Lest We Forget: The McNairs at War. – Geoff Howe – Page 20
-New edition of “They Worked at Camden Park” – Frances Warner – Page 23
-Carrington Cel;ebrates its 100th Anniversary –¬† Page 24
-Extract from The National Trust’s FROG Newsletter – Editor – Page 25
-‘The life of An Army Greatcoat’ – Fred Gibson – Page 26
-“Come into the Garden Maud” – Jo O’Brien – Page 27
– Workhouse to Whitehouse – Janet Howe – Page 31
– My Grandfather’s WWI Memories – Jo O’Brien – Page 35

Volume 22 Number 1 July 2018
No Camden Calling published for July 2018

Volume 21 Number 2 November 2017
-Following the Tracks on the Way to Orange – Jo O’Brien – Page 6
-My Macarthur Connection – Janet Howe – Page 10
-A Slice of Good Fortune – Janet Howe – Page 11
-My DNA Research Epilogue – Sharon Greene – Page 13
-Ancestors With Interesting Occupations – Sharon Greene – Page 18
-The Aamazing Story of McCooey’s Pardon – Fred Gibson – Page 21

Volume 21 Number 1 July 2017
-The Birkhead Family, Oxfordshire – Janet Howe – Page 6
-Convict stain – Janet Howe – Page 9
-My DNA Research – Sharon Greene – Page13
-Bringelly’s early transport – Lester lovell – Page17
-Australian Ex-Prisoners-of-War Memorial, Ballarat Victoria – Sharon Greene – Page 23

Volume 20 Number 2 November 2016
-NSW & ACT AFHS Conference 2016 Report – Tony Jackson – Page 5
-John Vincent Crowe Memorial Address – Alan Atkinson – Page 6
-The Lovelee Brothers – Janet Howe – Page 11
-An Insoluble Conundrum – Janet Howe – Page 12
-Intersections – Janet Howe – Page13
-Gallipoli Story: Tom Arnott at Quinn’s Post – Simon Kleinig – Page 14
-Thomas Garland – Warren Sims – Page 18

Volume 20 Number 1 July 2016
-Chinese Australians in World War I – Page 5
-The story of my Colby Family – Tony Jackson – Page 6
-NSW & ACT AFHS Conference 2016 Report – Tony Jackson – Page 8
-St Pauls Anglican Church Cobbitty Cemetery Tours – Page 9
-Murphy’s Law of Genealogy – Editor – Page 10
-NSW BDM Family History Update – Page 15
-Some interesting Details from the British 1881 Census – Page 16

Volume 19 Number 2 November 2015
-Camden and the First World War (Part III) – Ray Herbert Page 6
-Denbigh House – Warren Sims – Page 11
-St Pauls Anglican, Cobbitty – Cathey Shepherd – Page 12
-Descendants of Colonial police, Bushrangers, Their Victims and Harbingers Braidwood Tour – Sharon Greene – Page13
-Interesting Websites – Warren Sims – Page 16
-The “Poppy Park” Penrith – Warren sims Page 18

Volume 19 Number 1 July 2015
-Camden and the First World War (Part II) – Ray Herbert Page 4
-Centenary of Anzac – Camden Style – Ray Herbert – Page 18
-The Facts behind the Australian Effort during WW1 – extract from Daily Telegraph 11th November 1993 – Page 20
-Interesting People buried in Cobbitty Churchyard – Cathey Shepherd – Page 22
-A father’s letter from Constantinople to his daughter Adelaide – Page 26
-Reasons for Claiming William Charles Lowe (Part 2) – Sharon Greene – Page 30
-Rainhill remembers WW1 – Page 49
-Illegitimate Ancestors – Helpful Hints – Illawarra Branches Page 51

Volume 18 Number 2 November 2014
-Camden and the First World War – Ray Herbert Page 4
-The story behind The Last Post – from Barbara Davis via Bruce Denison – Page 16
-Reasons for claiming William Charles Lowe – Sharon Greene – Page 19
-From Camden News – Page 30
-My First World War Ancestors – Tony Jackson – Page 33
-Rheinburger Reunion – Tony Jackson – Page 37
-Book Review: MAMRE Place of Promise – Ken Hughes – Page 41
-Book Review: Loyal Creatures – Cathey Shepherd – Page 44
-Using TROVE to unlock a family Mystery – Janice Johnson – Page 47

Volume 18 Number 1 July 2014
-1914 – The first year of the First World War – Ray Herbert Page 7
-The Bugden Family of Camden – Jennifer Mack – Page 13
-Conservation Tip: Sticky Tape removal – Jennifer Mack Page 15
-The Bunker Family – fred Gibson Page 17
-Bunker, Eber (1761-1836) by John S Cumpston – Page 19
-Sutton Veny: A resting place for Australians – Cathey Shepherd – Page 22
-Women’s Journeys over the Razorback – Elizabeth Villy – Page 25
-Never underestimate the value of a local Family History society – Sharon Greene – Page34
-Queensland’s BD&M – Sharon Greene – Page 37
-A Soldier’s Letter – Tony Jackson – Page 43
-Matthew Healy – From writings of the late Clare Jackson – Page 45