Nesbitt/Nisbet Society of Australia
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On Friday, 08-Sep-2006
Melissa L - from Melbourne, Victoria wrote:
My family history is as follows: My G Grandfather James Nisbet and his wife Annie both lived and died in Bendigo in 1946. Their Son John James A Nisbet (my grandfather) died May 1974. They are all buried next to each other with my Mum (Colleen). I know my Grandfather was born in Boort, not sure where his parents were from though?
On Thursday, 17-Aug-2006
pamela smith - from Victoria, Australia wrote:
Seeking information about Catherine NESBITT , born abt. 1824, in Picktree, County Durham, England. She married James DAGLISH abt. 1848. James died at Washington Village, County Durham, England.
On Sunday, 13-Aug-2006
william scott nesbitt - from glesga wrote:
yeah but no but yeah but no but.mon the thistle!!!
On Wednesday, 02-Aug-2006
John Nesbit - from Christchurch NZ. wrote:
I seek information of Sister Ruth Nesbit. Sister Ruth (born in Tasmania) a Deaconess in the Methodist Church, came to work in the Methodist Mission Dunedin NZ. in the 1880s, returning to Australia several years later. It is unlikely that there is any connection between Sister Ruth & myself, but after spending the last 10 years of my working life as a minister in the Methodist Church of NZ. I am interested in finding out more?
On Sunday, 30-Jul-2006
One of the descendents of the Mauchline Nisbets, via James Stewart Nisbet 1839-1906. I wondered if any of the relatives of James Stewart's, 1870-1944, (my grandfather) half sisters, Harriet and Mary are checking the GuestBook.
On Monday, 10-Jul-2006
Earl Nisbet - from Aptos, California U.S.A. wrote:
This is a note to inform you of a new book written of my experiences while living with architect Frank Lloyd Wright, at Taliesin. You may view portions of “Taliesin Reflections” by clicking on Then click on “Taliesin Reflections.” I do hope it will be of value to those interested in architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright, or design. Proceeds will be donated to TALIESIN PRESERVATION, INC. Thank you, Earl Nisbet, Aptos, California.
On Sunday, 30-Apr-2006
Hal Nesbitt - from Washington State, U.S.A. wrote:
FamilyTreeDNA results indicate that several of us Nesbit(t)s in the U.S.A. are closely related to Mark Nesbitt, Clan Chief. Of more interest is the fact that we are of the Nesbitt of Craigintinnie and Dirleton clan. Looking for any connections...
On Friday, 31-Mar-2006
Elizabeth Nisbet - from Mentone Melbourne Australia wrote:
My family come from Greenock Scotland.I have traced seven generations of Alexander Nisbet born in Scotland from 1800. Is there any other Nisbet out there from Greenock?
On Sunday, 26-Mar-2006
Kelly West - from Canberra, ACT, Australia wrote:
Hi There

I am trying to get in contact with the Nesbit/Nisbett family who owned a Diary Farm in the Upper Murray River region between Jin Jelic and Tholegalong back in the 1940's. My Grandmother, Hilda West, and her children (including my father) used to live on the Nesbit/Nisbett farm and I would really like to be able to contact the owners so I can confirm some family history. I believe that the owners were Andy and Tilley Nesbit/Nisbet and they had four daughters, Agness, Joan, Beverly and Lorraine. If anyone knows anything about these people I would really appreciate being contacted.


On Saturday, 25-Mar-2006
Allan Stuart Charles Nisbet - from Newcastle, NSW wrote:
Hello everyone, just thought i would drop a wee hello from a scotsman a long way from home.

My family tree is based on the nisbets who inhabit the shetland islands.

Im shocked to see how worldwide our ancestors have managed to get.

I even brougt my nisbet kilt all the way here, still not managed to wear it at an event.

St Patricks day just didnt seem right, so will have to wait till rabbie burns night.


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