JUNE BORNHOLT SPEAKS AT TWEED RIVER HISTORICAL SOCIETY ABOUT MCLEODS, BELLS, DINSEYS, QUIRKS ETC.

LYNNE BELL SANDERS

ADDRESS TO T.H. & D.H.S. Inc.

By June Bornholt, 18th February 2003.

Transcribed by Gwen Hart February 2003.

Good morning to everybody. I am June Bornholt – born – I’m not afraid of my age – born in 1925 and I was named June Mary Dinsey.

I would like to tell you what happened to my family in their journeys that we had to find a better place to live, to work and to play – we did that – we’re here.

John and Elizabeth Dinsey, born in a small County or borough named Rutland in England – that County has since got another name, but that is where they were. They had suffered 2 or 3 early deaths of children and migrated to the Colony of New South Wales for what reason, we are unsure. They arrived in Sydney on a ship, the “Kate” on the 13th

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