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Philip Faulkner

Philip Faulkner

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    • Greg faulkner
    • 2008-04-09

    As an Astaire and Rogers fanatic I finally noticed a Faulkner namesake on the film credits for sound recording. Phillip's screen credits are very impressive and I wondered if there was a family tie up somewhere. My family all spring from county West Meath in Eire. Two of the brothers (fraternal grandfather and his brother) both emigrated to Queensland in the 1880's, thence to Western Australia. John and Jim being their names. My uncle was Patrick John Faulkner (P.J. Faulkner)and P.J. Faulkner is extremely common among our Irish and Australian relatives with whom we have re-established contact in the 1970's when I visited West Meath.My 1st cousin is Patrick John. One of My grandfather's brothers went to the U.S.A. but the family lost contact with him not long after the Lindberg Kidnapping (he was a carpenter by trade). The Australian side of our family has other links to the U.S. via a sister of John and Jim. My brother as a high profile Australian rock musician has toured extensively in the U.S. and my daughter has been on exchange in a U.S. College recently. The Faulkners are actually Norman interlopers in Ireland (originally Vikings it seems) and our lot intermarried and turned R. Catholic. It would be great to discover the family flexibility and artistic heredity has rung true with Phillip. Hope to hear from a possible contact. Gia Gwitch, See ya Greg Faulkner

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