Nesbitt/Nisbet Society of Australia
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On Saturday, 01-Sep-2007
jennifer - from victoria wrote:
I have just read about the N/Nsociety and was amazed at how many Nisbets there are out there.I will be joining A.S.A.P & hope to maybe find some relatives?My brother is the last in line in our family of nisbets. Great websight. Cheers Jennifer
On Monday, 13-Aug-2007
hello,just thought i would sign in and say dad's name is alexander wilson nesbitt and his father's name was james nesbitt all of greenock scotland.any info ?
On Thursday, 09-Aug-2007
James Henry Nisbet - from Burpengary Qld. wrote:
My father Gabriel Nisbet was born in Galston Scotland, lived in Newmilns before going to Christchurch New Zealand. There were 11 children in his family, Meg, Tom, Dan, Nan, Cissie, Jimmy, Billy, Gib (My Dad), Alex, Robert & George. Tom & George went to Canada. My granfathers name was James, born in Loudown 1869, he married Agnes Gordon in 1890, who was born in Galston 1871. I'm in contact with most of my cousins in Scotland and Canada. I came to Aus. Jan. 2002. I've a brother Alan in Ch-ch NZ.

On Thursday, 09-Aug-2007
Ian Nisbet - from Bracebridge, Ontario Canada wrote:
My grandfather, Robert Nisbet, brought his family from Fife Scotland to British Columbia in 1911. My father, John Nisbet and his siblings, Helen and James, spent their lives there. My Dad was born in Cowdenbeath, Scotland and I am still in contact with relatives, the Donnachie family, in Fife and Aberdeenshire.
On Friday, 27-Jul-2007
paul daniel nisbet - from qld. wrote:
greetings from your newest nisbet clan member. i have been going to "join" for years; however life just seems to get in the way...don't you think? But as we grow older family/kinship and it's importance grows along with it. I would like to thank all those who had the foresight to establish the clan society--and in doing this giving me the opportunity to participate in our rich history. My g/grandfather was a robert charles nisbet, 2 sons from first marriage an arthur & i think a cecil. My grand- father was peter harold nisbet from rc's second marriage. any info re me ggf would be appreciated.
On Wednesday, 06-Jun-2007
Carrie Moczynski - from Drouin Victoria wrote:
Hello, Carrie here again. Does anyone know the whereabouts of Adrian Home Nisbet? wife's name Beverely. Last known address was Ashgrove in Brisbane. Would like to contact him re information on my half sister Fiona. Adrian is my father, but we have not been in contact for many years. I am unable to find him listed in the white pages in Brisbane. Not sure if he is still alive, or maybe moved interstate.
Much appreciated any info. Thank you. Carrie
On Wednesday, 06-Jun-2007
Anne Elwell - from DRIGGS, Idaho, USA wrote:
My mother was Annie Stuart Nesbitt and her parents were George Alexander Nesbitt and Elizabeth Gregg Nesbitt. We are missing some information. Anyone?

Anne Elwell

On Sunday, 03-Jun-2007
Robin Bishop - from Tauranga, New Zealand wrote:
I am helping my friend Kevin Nisbet of Tauranga collate his family history. His great grandparents were George Scott Nisbet and Sophia Sanson who were married in Wellington New Zealand in 1880, his grandparents were George Scott Nisbet and Ellen Sparkes - any history previous to that would be so welcome on the nisbet, Sanson and Sparkes lines, I am told the Nisbet family emigrated from Kelso Scotland but I do not know when, do hope to hear from one of the many Nisbet families out there, what a wonderful site.
Robin Bishop
On Saturday, 12-May-2007
Anne Udvardy (Nisbet) - from Torquay, Victoria, Australia wrote:
To Carrie Moczynsli.
Dear Carrie it was a lovely surprise to find your name 'Carrie'. My daughter-in-law is Dr. Carrie Nisbet.
I look at all the Nisbet names and usually don't look twice as I have a John Nisbet, Alistair Nisbet, Robert Nisbet and so on.
We have two grand daughters that I need to add ... Charli May Nisbet and Sienna Elizabeth Nisbet.

To our Editor. It was so interesting to receive the North American News with all the DNA Testing. Thankyou for the copy

On Tuesday, 01-May-2007
Pauline Fluerty - from Perth, Western Australia wrote:
Hello, I have been searching for patented inventions for my gr gr Grandfather John Nisbett of Belhaven, Dunbar. Thought I had found them and had them sent over - alas! Not my John Nisbett.

So, is this your John Nisbet?
b c1819 in Barony, Lanark, Living in Coatbridge, Lanark in the 1861 Census (he was an Engine Smith Overseer) - I have copies of his inventions from the Mitchell Library in Glasgow.

Happy to pass them on to the correct family.

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