A starting point

John Legg Strudwicke

My father started researching our family history many years ago. With limited access to records, and communication restricted to letters back and forth, progress was slow.

It took many years to identify our earliest ancestor in Australia.

He was John Legg Strudwicke, who had arrived in Swan River, Western Australia 1836, aged 19.

At the time I took over the research, there were no details of his parents, except a mention that he was from Surrey, England.

In investigating the ancestry of John Legg Strudwicke, the STRUDWICK One Name Study was born.

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