Sammels genealogy

William Sammels

If you follow this link you will find the details of the genealogical research my dad has done for his paternal side of my family.

My paternal grandfather, William Thomas Sammels was born in Cornwall on 5 April 1893. In 1922 he married Emily Chowings and in the same year they migrated to Australia. They had eight children, and my father, Douglas Roy (Doug) is the youngest.

I've bugged all my relatives for various details and I've included details of some of my cousins (can be down to second and third) details here. Please email me if you want more information on the people in the site.

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Cogger genealogy

Posted by Matt on October 25, 2008

Bertrand CoggerI definitely can't take the credit for all of the work on this, but here you will find links to my genealogical history that has been traced so far. Included here are the known trees of my maternal grandfather Bertrand Adrien Cogger born in Metcalfe Victoria on 30 June 1908.

Included here are some images, lists of names and links to useful sites, including the one set up by Kay Cook (a Cogger cousin) and Peter Cogger.

Chowings genealogy

Posted by Matt on October 25, 2008
Emily Chowings

Neither dad or I have had a chance to really start the genealogy of my paternal grandmother, and we'd appreciate some help with any details that you may know.

Emily Chowings was born on 5 February 1902 in Devon, United Kingdom. She was one of seven children of Henry Chowings and Mary Gliddon. Emily married William Sammels in 1922, and we know the rest!

Considine genealogy

Posted by Matt on October 25, 2008

Edna ConsidineMy maternal grandmother Edna Considine was born in Boulder on 27 January 1911. In 1937 she married Bertrand Adrien Cogger in Drouin, Victoria.

Some of my relatives have traced my maternal great grandmothers side of the this tree, but mum and I are having fun trying to track down the details of my great great grandfather - Patrick Consedine. If you have any details you can share, please let me know.

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Cake

I'm the youngest son of the youngest son, doubly spoilt? You'll find the details of where I fit in with the rest of these people on these pages in the Sammels genealogy section here.

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