Nesbitt/Nisbet Society of Australia
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On Monday, 07-Jul-2008
Vicki Nesbitt - from  Katy, Texas wrote:
Looking into Nesbitt lineage That brought the Nesbitt family from County Fermanagh in Ireland to the U.S.
On Saturday, 05-Jul-2008
Sarena Nisbet - from Wynyard (tasmania) wrote:
Hey I'm trying to find out about my family
history. But really know where to start.
I want to find out how and when did the nisbet family came to Tasmania
On Tuesday, 24-Jun-2008
Ann (Brehaut) Lewis - from Weymouth, Nova Scotia, Canada wrote:
Just signing in as a Canadian Nisbet, Nesbit, Nesbitt descendent.
On Wednesday, 21-May-2008
kevin nisbet - from fife scotland wrote:
hi all the nisbet clan.gr8 website.didnt know there was so much nisbets in the
On Wednesday, 14-May-2008
Brian Nisbet - from 9 Annette Ct., shepparton vic. 3630 wrote:
I am a descendant of William Watson Nisbet, whose father I believe was John Nisbet, from Scotland. William Watson Nisbet had 3 sons james, Alexander and
William, born in the 1880's.
I have some info going back to Lord
Nelson's days, who apparently was
married to a Nisbet. Also details of William Nesbit a prominent Minister of Parliament in the 1600's.
On Wednesday, 23-Apr-2008
Tom Nisbett - from Peterborough, Ont., Canada wrote:

Calling all CANADIAN ,Nisbett/Nesbitt's. Time to unite and come together. Let's share family information. As a member of the North American Nesbit/Nisbet Society I asked how we CANADIAN N/N's could become more involved and make our mark as proud CANADIAN N/N's
Vice President of the North American Society, Steve Nesbitt, held a telephone conference with our President Dave Nisbett Harvey and exec. member Diana Nesbit Hawkins regarding a stronger Canadian involment and guess what ? I have been asked to spear head this CANADIAN connection.
HOW CAN YOU HELP ? Visit all three of the Nesbit/Nisbet Society web sites and post a message letting all N/N's Worlwide know how proud you are to be a Nisbett/Nesbitt no matter how you spell it or how you are connected. LET'S HEAR FROM ALL PROUD CANADIAN N/N'S FROM Newfoundland to British Columbia.
Please visit the following site and post a message telling everyone how proud you are to be a CANADIAN and you can also find membership information. Who knows... maybe we can have a CANADIAN NESBIT/NISBET SOCIETY

VISIT:             VISIT U.K. SITE AT :

Let's make it happen. Post your Proud Canadian N/N message today and pass this message on to every N/N you know,

Thanks for participating.

Tom Nisbett,
Member of the North American Nesbitt/Nisbet Society.
Peterborough, Ontario,

Note: If you include your email address on your post and would like to get involved i will try to get back to you as soon as possible

On Tuesday, 08-Apr-2008
Emma Csibi nee Nesbitt - from Canberra wrote:
Hi All,
Just want to say a quick thankyou to this site. I last published a notice in October 07, and have since received contact from a UK family member that i last remember from the age of 7, that I never thought I would hear from again!

It's good to see so many Nesbitt's out there looking for each other.

Kind Regards,
Emma Csibi nee Nesbitt

On Friday, 21-Mar-2008
Leigh Nisbet - from Australia wrote:
Looking for descendants of John William Nisbet, his wife Nancy, and son John Butler Nisbet, who arrived in NZ on the ship Gainsborough in 1868
On Thursday, 28-Feb-2008
Rob Nisbet - from Canberra Australia wrote:
I just re-read my last entry and what I meant to say was that my Grandfather's last residence in Scotland was Dunfermline. He died in Australia.
On Thursday, 28-Feb-2008
Rob Nisbet - from Canberra Australia wrote:
I have spent a bit of time researching our family of late. Some of the information can be found at my genealogy site on but the interesting things I have found are that my Grandfather, John Nisbet who last resided in Dunfermline migrated to Australia in 1925 at the age of 21 on the SS Orama and after a short stint in Victoria moved to Sth Australia. His parents were Walter Nisbet and Wilhelmina M A Johnston. Walter's parents were Richard and Barbara. I am still trying to find birth registration for Walter, Richard and Barbara and also details of their parents. Most sites I have been to do not show them. They lived in Bo'ness but it looks like they may have moved to Dunfermline which is where most of my relatives now reside. The odd thing about Wilhelmina is that she was listed in other documentation as Minnie Ralph A Johnston. I don't know where the Ralph came from. If anyone knows more information then feel free to contact me.
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