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William Hancy (1766-1830) (a 220-kB article by one of our contributors who joined Familypedia as recently as December 2012!) - William Hancy was born circa 1766 in United Kingdom ... and died 6 December 1830 in Baulkham Hills, The Hills Shire, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia of head injury from being thrown from the horse he was riding.
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Today is August 26.

Familypedia people who were born on this day

  Father Mother Birth place
John Adams (1638-1670) Jeremy Adams (1604-1683) Rebecca Baseden (-1678) Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut
Martin Edward Ambrose (1883-1960) George Ambrose (1843-1934) Maria Schmitt (1844-1910) North Ferrisburg, Addison County, Vermont, United States
Stephen Koenig Armstrong (1907-1990) Willis J. Armstrong (1867-1930) Laura Mary Louise Koenig (1874-1956) Saint Marys, Auglaize County, Ohio, United States
Olvert Bakker (1853-1896) Klaas Bakker (1809-aft1862) Marijtje Bakker (1822-) Zwaag, North Holland, Netherlands
Abraham Bertolet (1773-1862) Frederick Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, United States of America
Gladys Winifred May Bool (1907-1992) Frederick Augustine Bool (1881-1915) Alice Ann Taunton (1883-1970) Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia
John Bowman (1785-1857) Edmund Bowman (1720-1803) Anne Wilkinson (1756-1810) Askham, Cumbria, England, United Kingdom
Ezella Boykin (1866-1959) James Boykin (c1840-) Jane Carolina McKeown (c1840-)
Alice Beryl Buckman (1902-1993) Edward Buckman (1859-1918) Alice Bramble (1868-1935) Laurieton, New South Wales, Australia
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Familypedia people who died on this day

  Father Mother Death place Age at death
Esther Abrahams (c1767-1846) Georges Hall, New South Wales, Australia 79
George Washington Adair (1818-1897) Thomas Adair (1774-1858) Rebecca Brown (1776-1846) Orderville, Kane County, Utah 79
Margaret Ann Albury (1831-1913) John Albury (1794-1868) Ann Ralph (1794-1860) St Leonards, New South Wales, Australia 82
Elizabeth Bailey (1825-1883) John Bailey (1797-1878) Elizabeth Smith (c1799-1846) Wollombi, New South Wales, Australia 58
Mary Ball (1708-1789) Joseph Ball (bef1708) Mary Montague (bef1708) 81
Michael Bowden (1673-1740) Michael Bowden (1651-1740) Sarah Nurse (1652-1699) Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts 67
Mavis Myrtle Brazel (1923-2008) William Brazel (1880-1971) Mary Margaret Farrell (1880-1972)
Eric Charles Bridge (1873-1960) John Thomas Bridge (1845-1887) Sarah Sadler (1845-1917) Quirindi, New South Wales, Australia 87
Piers Butler, 8th Earl of Ormonde (c1467-1539) James Butler (c1442-1487) Sabh Kavanagh 72
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Familypedia people who were first married on this day

  Father Mother Joined with-g1 Wedding1 place
Mary Adams (1625-1711) Henry Adams (1585-1646) Edith Squire (1587-1673) George Fairbanks (1619-1681) Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, United States
Charles Armstrong (c1800-1865) Naomi Wright (1808-1896) St Johns Church, Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia
Comfort Bigelow (1707-1755) John Bigelow (1675-1769) Jerusha Garfield (1677-1758) Joseph Brigham (1706-1786) Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts
Maude Frances Blundell (1892-1975) William Alfred Blundell (1849-1918) Jane Cole (1852-1918) John George Barker (1895-1982) Register Office, Camberwell, Greater London, England, United Kingdom
William Benjamin Botting (1848-1881) William Thomas Botting (1811-1873) Harriet Evans (bef1843) Allison Haynes (1854-1938) Kilburn, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom
Joseph Brigham (1706-1786) Gershom Brigham (1680-1749) Mehitable Warren (1684-1749) Comfort Bigelow (1707-1755) Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts
Elias Brown (1854-1908) Thomas Brown (1806-1871) Sarah Benn Turk (1811-1902) Mehetabel Crago (1860-1914) Yass, New South Wales, Australia
Mehetabel Crago (1860-1914) Petherick Tamblyn Crago (1833-1907) Ann Stephens (c1839-1919) Elias Brown (1854-1908) Yass, New South Wales, Australia
Arthur Charles Cramp (1885-1952) Albert Edmund Cramp (c1843-1903) Mary Ann Searle (1845-1928) Sarah Elizabeth Waring (c1887-1972) New Lambton, New South Wales, Australia
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Familypedia people who had their second wedding (or first after a liaison) on this day

  Father Mother Joined with-g2 Wedding2 place
William Reierson Arbuthnot (1950) John Sinclair-Wemyss Arbuthnot (1912-1992) (Margaret) Jean Duff (1919) Louise Alexandra Mary Barry (living) Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Ebenezer Brown (1802-1878) William Brown (1766-1820) Hannah Sweet (1774-1839) Phoebe Draper (1797-1879) Pleasantville, Pike County, Illinois
Gerharda Lieftink (1808-1897) Dirk Evertsen Lieftink (c1771-1817) Willemijntje Harmse Kleuver (1770-1845) Melcher van Ginkel (c1798-1865) Amerongen, Utrecht, Netherlands
Susannah Merrick (1812-1894) Edward Merrick (c1763-1839) Mary Elizabeth Russell (1765-1840) Thomas Eather (c1820-1874) Kurrajong, New South Wales, Australia
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    On Robert Oilver Milners page there is info posted that is his brother Carls. Plus it said add a photo. I thought it meant for his page. I added one but don't see it

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