Nesbitt/Nisbet Society of Australia
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On Friday, 16-Apr-2004
Ginny Nisbet - from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada wrote:
Hello all! Delighted to have found you! Lovely site.


On Wednesday, 21-Jan-2004
Fay Nesbitt - from Grafton. NSW. Australia wrote:
Samuel Nesbitt was born in Belfast. He served with the Military in the Russian armoured car unit in 1918 . In July 1936 he and his family lived at Victoria Avenue, Newtownards.
His son William came to Australia about 1920 and I would love to hear from anyone who knew this family or my Father-in-law in Australia.
On Thursday, 08-Jan-2004
willaim james nesbitt - from liverpool wrote:
hi my late father sammy came from belfast his siblings were martha and jimmy hope this helps someone
On Wednesday, 24-Dec-2003
robert johnston nisbet - from carluke, scotland. wrote:
On Tuesday, 23-Dec-2003
Tim Nisbet - from Melbourne Australia wrote:
Hi everyone, I was just bored on the net and decided to search on the name NISBET, i never knew there were so many NISBET's out there, If anyone is interested in Nisbet's in Victoria Australia, I would be more than happy to do some research for you,


On Monday, 08-Dec-2003
Tom Nisbett - from Peterborough,Ontario, Canada wrote:
Just noticed that my message posted from 1999 is still active but I have a new e-mail and website since then.
Hello again from Canada.

On Tuesday, 25-Nov-2003
Nola Matuschka - from Portland, Victoria wrote:
Just a note to say comgratulations on the user friendly site. I have not had time to do research this year, but hope to continue in 2004. Merry Christmas to all.
Nola Matuschka
On Thursday, 13-Nov-2003
Michael Shrubsall - from Whitstable. Kent. UK  wrote:
Drew Nisbet
Can you get in touch with me, I have the history of your conumdrum concerning Spendiff-Shrubsall in Faversham on the 1881 cencus.
Your email address is not recognised
On Monday, 29-Sep-2003
Effie Todd - from Victoria wrote:
Hi Ian, Glad to be able to use this site at long last. I am still gettting the message up, but no doubt Leon will work on it. Hullo to all other Nisbet/Nesbitt's who visit.
On Wednesday, 18-Jun-2003
Anthony mark Nesbitt - from Cherrybrook wrote:
I last signed into the Guestbook in May 1999 when living in Taipei, R.O.C., Taiwan. I have now returned to Australia (via assignments in Vietnam, Indonesia and Malaysia). I have just re-applied for membership because of the many addresses (both email and home)I have had over the past six years.

I am a woodcarver. I logged on to site to get greater detail of the Coat-Of-Arms of Robert Chancellor Nesbitt which I am working on at the moment.

I am aware that this is not the Nesbitt family Coat-of Arms but belongs to that individual. I always acknowledge this fact when displaying or exhibiting carvings in this category. I have carved the badge many times and given them as gifts to family members. I gather the badge with a motto of either "I byde it" or "A Nisbet a Nisbet" is OK for "general consumption".

Any other family members out there that have had a go at carving arms? Any clues on how to get the boar right? They always seem to come out looking like a cross between a dragon and a Scottish Terrier for me. There are always five or six boars on each piece. It is very hard to get them looking the same. I will keep at it!

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