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Henry Quelch was my great grandmother's cousin. He married twice and had at least 6 sons but I am sorry I don't know whether any of his descendants emigrated to Australia. As for as I know his sons were by his first marriage to his (and my great grandmother's) 1st cousin Sarah Fisher ;Henry George J 1882, William Edward 1884, Eugene Thomas 1886, John Arthur A 1888 & Frank Ralph 1891. By his 2nd marriage to Mary Hames so Florien Ernest 1897. I hope this is of some help to you.

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Q: Did Henry Quelch a leading figure in the early British Socialist movement have any sons and did they or their sons emigrate to Australia?
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