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James HAYES

IGI: AFN: 21JF-5VS


Sophia DUNCOMBE

IGI: AFN: 21JD-LK2 Batch: 7006408 for sealing to James HAYES in NEW ZEALAND.
(B & E were done again on in SYDNEY on 4 & 5 Nov 1987. Sealing to James HAYES
was redone on 2 Aug 1989 in SYDNEY - batch: 0970202 / 0)

CHRISTENING: Tasmanian Pioneers Index - Christenings: 1811/152

MARRIAGE: Tasmanian Pioneers Index - Marriages: 1826/962 (Marriage #1: James
HAYES)


James William HAYES

IGI: AFN: 21JF-5W1


William HAMBLY

BIRTH: IGI Batch: P009631

IGI: AFN: 21JD-LTP Batch: 7007823 / 72 (for sealing to Jane MOULTON)

BURIAL: Tasmanian Pioneers Index - Burials: 1835/4308 Aged 73.

OCCUPATION: Carpenter's Mate upon arrival in Australia aboard the Sirius
(FIRST FLEET)

MARRIAGE: Tasmanian Pioneers Index - Marriages: 1810/63 (Marriage #2: Jane
MOULTON)

BIOGRAPHY: From "Land Grants 1788-1809" (1981):
Jan 3, 1792: Granted 60 acres on the South side of the Cascade Run. Rent: 1
shilling a year commencing after five years.
May 1, 1797: Granted 60 acres on Norfolk Island. Rent 1 shilling per year
after five years from 16 March 1791. "Sold for 100 pounds on 13 Oct 1798 by
the grantee to Arthur Robinson. Sold again by William Mitchell in parcels on
1st November 1802. viz. 10 acres for 18 pounds to Richard Wilson; 5 acres
for 35 pounds to William Hazelwood; 15 acres for 55 pounds to Zacharia
Spoonsfer; 25 acres for 75 pounds to Robert Cox. This grant on which is
endorsed "The grant given by Governor Phillip to be cancelled", torn up on the
5th October 1821. (Signed) F. Goulburn
Aug 26, 1800: Bought 10 acres on Norfolk Island from Samuel King which Samuel
had been granted on 1 May 1797.

BIOGRAPHY: Granted 65 acres at Gloucester, Tasmania in c.1819-1821

BIOGRAPHY: From "The Forgotten Generation"
===============================
p.58 Settlers/landowners. No. 85 status cf. Wm. Hambly p.60 Previous
occuptions of Norfolk Island Residents. (as recorded 1794 for 83 people) --
William Hambley, Gardener.
p.68 Proprietors of Allotments at Norfolk Island. 1796.
Lot no. 45. 60 acres. William Hambly.
p.108 People who boarded H.M.S Porpoise at Norfolk Island. Dec 26 1807 for
the Derwent, Van Diemen's Land. No. 104. William Hambly* * = First
Fleeter..
p.118 The Norfolk Islanders recieved land both up and down the river from
Horbart. Although all settlers are not covered, the following list gives the
geographical distribution of the settlers' holdings.. Clarence Plains/Roaches
Bay. William Hambly.
p.176 General Muster of the whole of the free men, women and children, off
and on the stores in his Majesty,s settlement at Horbart Town, Van Diemens
Land, under the immediate inspection of his honour Lieut. Governor Sorell
assisted by Mr. Actg. Depty. Assist. Commy. General Archer commencing on
the 7 Sept. and ending on 2 Oct. 1818 inclusive. William Hambly cf off N.I.
Res.

BIOGRAPHY: From the Adelaide Advertiser of Nov 20, 1999. Under ISSUES, an
article titled 'Back to our roots' by Dr Tim Flannery he recounts an
incident after the women convicts were allowed ashore for the first time.
'800 convict men tangled with 200 female convicts; "What a scene of whoredom
there was in the convict women's camp," he reads from one historical
account.
As the melee was sorted out, the cabin boy,. (wearing a petticoat), and a
free carpenter and his lady love, a female convict, were frogmarched out of
the settlement.' Flannery does not elaborate further in the article.

BIOGRAPHY: From "The Founders of Australia" by Mollie Gillen (p.157):
William Hambley joined Sirius on 23 Jan 1787 as carpenter's crew from Truro, Cornwall, aged 23.
[William] Hambley had worked as carpenter at Port Jackson from the end of January 1788 and continued his work in the community at Norfolk Island after Sirius was wrecked, receiving payment for this work. Deciding to become a settler at Norfolk Island, he was discharged from Sirius on 7 March 1791, and on 5 march held a lease of 60 acres.
...listed alternately as carpenter and gardener in the community.
[William] Hambley's original grant was cancelled and a new one issued on 29 November 1794 for Lot No. 45.
...elected a member of the Norfolk Island Settlers Society at the end of 1793, and of his 60 acres (50 of them ploughable, the other ten hilly), 17 were cultivated, and he was selling grain to the government.
In May 1794 [William] Hambley rented 22 acres in small lots to three settlers and another grant of 60 acres on 1 May 1797 was sold on 12 October 1798 for 100 pounds. Various land transactions found him classed as a second class settler at 1805 with 21 acres cultivated and 16 hogs. At 2 August 1807 13 of these acres were in grain, seven in pasture for 16 hogs, one acre fallow, and he had 150 bushels of maize in hand.
With the children, he left Norfolk Island for VDL by Porpoise as a first class settler on 26 December 1807. His vacted property consisted of a boarded and floored house (18x12ft.) a log barn, thatched (12x12ft.) and one log outhouse.
At VDL, [William] Hambley took up 65 acres at Gloucester, and (in April 1809) 30 acres at Risdon, Clarence Plains. On 21 December 1810 he married Jane MEECH widow of William MOULTON at Hobart Town. Both [William] Hambley and his son William signed the 1815 petition for a Court of Criminal Judicature at VDL.
[Then from page 200]:
Thomas Jones on July 9 1790 was said to have stolen clothes from William Hambley. He said he had received various articles from Hambley for clearing 80 rods of his land
[From page 208]...bought 10 acres from Samuel King in August 1800.
[From page 248]...in 1802, William Mitchell acquired the 60 acres originally owned by William Hambley.

BIOGRAPHY: William Hambly was a carpenter's crew on the naval ship Sirius, the flagship of the Third Fleet. He was 23 years old and came from Long Reach, Truro, in Cornwall. The ship's carpenter had three mates and 6 crew allocated. His role was to care for the ship's structure and other wooden machinery and keep the ship watertight.


Jane MEECH

BIOGRAPHY: Arrived in VDL from Norfolk Island aboard the Lady Nelson with husband (William) and one child.


William HAMBLY

BIRTH: IGI Batch: P009631

IGI: AFN: 21JD-LTP Batch: 7007823 / 72 (for sealing to Jane MOULTON)

BURIAL: Tasmanian Pioneers Index - Burials: 1835/4308 Aged 73.

OCCUPATION: Carpenter's Mate upon arrival in Australia aboard the Sirius
(FIRST FLEET)

MARRIAGE: Tasmanian Pioneers Index - Marriages: 1810/63 (Marriage #2: Jane
MOULTON)

BIOGRAPHY: From "Land Grants 1788-1809" (1981):
Jan 3, 1792: Granted 60 acres on the South side of the Cascade Run. Rent: 1
shilling a year commencing after five years.
May 1, 1797: Granted 60 acres on Norfolk Island. Rent 1 shilling per year
after five years from 16 March 1791. "Sold for 100 pounds on 13 Oct 1798 by
the grantee to Arthur Robinson. Sold again by William Mitchell in parcels on
1st November 1802. viz. 10 acres for 18 pounds to Richard Wilson; 5 acres
for 35 pounds to William Hazelwood; 15 acres for 55 pounds to Zacharia
Spoonsfer; 25 acres for 75 pounds to Robert Cox. This grant on which is
endorsed "The grant given by Governor Phillip to be cancelled", torn up on the
5th October 1821. (Signed) F. Goulburn
Aug 26, 1800: Bought 10 acres on Norfolk Island from Samuel King which Samuel
had been granted on 1 May 1797.

BIOGRAPHY: Granted 65 acres at Gloucester, Tasmania in c.1819-1821

BIOGRAPHY: From "The Forgotten Generation"
===============================
p.58 Settlers/landowners. No. 85 status cf. Wm. Hambly p.60 Previous
occuptions of Norfolk Island Residents. (as recorded 1794 for 83 people) --
William Hambley, Gardener.
p.68 Proprietors of Allotments at Norfolk Island. 1796.
Lot no. 45. 60 acres. William Hambly.
p.108 People who boarded H.M.S Porpoise at Norfolk Island. Dec 26 1807 for
the Derwent, Van Diemen's Land. No. 104. William Hambly* * = First
Fleeter..
p.118 The Norfolk Islanders recieved land both up and down the river from
Horbart. Although all settlers are not covered, the following list gives the
geographical distribution of the settlers' holdings.. Clarence Plains/Roaches
Bay. William Hambly.
p.176 General Muster of the whole of the free men, women and children, off
and on the stores in his Majesty,s settlement at Horbart Town, Van Diemens
Land, under the immediate inspection of his honour Lieut. Governor Sorell
assisted by Mr. Actg. Depty. Assist. Commy. General Archer commencing on
the 7 Sept. and ending on 2 Oct. 1818 inclusive. William Hambly cf off N.I.
Res.

BIOGRAPHY: From the Adelaide Advertiser of Nov 20, 1999. Under ISSUES, an
article titled 'Back to our roots' by Dr Tim Flannery he recounts an
incident after the women convicts were allowed ashore for the first time.
'800 convict men tangled with 200 female convicts; "What a scene of whoredom
there was in the convict women's camp," he reads from one historical
account.
As the melee was sorted out, the cabin boy,. (wearing a petticoat), and a
free carpenter and his lady love, a female convict, were frogmarched out of
the settlement.' Flannery does not elaborate further in the article.

BIOGRAPHY: From "The Founders of Australia" by Mollie Gillen (p.157):
William Hambley joined Sirius on 23 Jan 1787 as carpenter's crew from Truro, Cornwall, aged 23.
[William] Hambley had worked as carpenter at Port Jackson from the end of January 1788 and continued his work in the community at Norfolk Island after Sirius was wrecked, receiving payment for this work. Deciding to become a settler at Norfolk Island, he was discharged from Sirius on 7 March 1791, and on 5 march held a lease of 60 acres.
...listed alternately as carpenter and gardener in the community.
[William] Hambley's original grant was cancelled and a new one issued on 29 November 1794 for Lot No. 45.
...elected a member of the Norfolk Island Settlers Society at the end of 1793, and of his 60 acres (50 of them ploughable, the other ten hilly), 17 were cultivated, and he was selling grain to the government.
In May 1794 [William] Hambley rented 22 acres in small lots to three settlers and another grant of 60 acres on 1 May 1797 was sold on 12 October 1798 for 100 pounds. Various land transactions found him classed as a second class settler at 1805 with 21 acres cultivated and 16 hogs. At 2 August 1807 13 of these acres were in grain, seven in pasture for 16 hogs, one acre fallow, and he had 150 bushels of maize in hand.
With the children, he left Norfolk Island for VDL by Porpoise as a first class settler on 26 December 1807. His vacted property consisted of a boarded and floored house (18x12ft.) a log barn, thatched (12x12ft.) and one log outhouse.
At VDL, [William] Hambley took up 65 acres at Gloucester, and (in April 1809) 30 acres at Risdon, Clarence Plains. On 21 December 1810 he married Jane MEECH widow of William MOULTON at Hobart Town. Both [William] Hambley and his son William signed the 1815 petition for a Court of Criminal Judicature at VDL.
[Then from page 200]:
Thomas Jones on July 9 1790 was said to have stolen clothes from William Hambley. He said he had received various articles from Hambley for clearing 80 rods of his land
[From page 208]...bought 10 acres from Samuel King in August 1800.
[From page 248]...in 1802, William Mitchell acquired the 60 acres originally owned by William Hambley.

BIOGRAPHY: William Hambly was a carpenter's crew on the naval ship Sirius, the flagship of the Third Fleet. He was 23 years old and came from Long Reach, Truro, in Cornwall. The ship's carpenter had three mates and 6 crew allocated. His role was to care for the ship's structure and other wooden machinery and keep the ship watertight.


Mary SPRINGHAM

CHRISTENING: IGI Batch: C040811

IGI: AFN: 21JD-LVW Batch: C040811 (for BEP - from Christening extraction)

BIOGRAPHY: From "The Founders of Australia" by Mollie Gillen (p.341):
Mary Springham was reurning home by boat from Gravesend to her home, where she lived with her mother in Baker's Row, Whitechapel. A woman passenger was taken ill on the boat, and Mary took her home, where she fainted, brought her water and washed her face. Settling her on her mother's bed, she locked the door and put the key in her pocket "for safety". The victim said that on awaking she found Mary searching her pockets, and "she ran away and away she went". Mary's story was different. Coming along Limehouse the woman had said, "Poll, I want something to drink" and she went home with Mary, sending for gin and saying not to leave her. Five weeks later, Mary was charged with the theft

BIOGRAPHY: On 25 October 1786, Mary SPRINGHAM, a young hawker, was tried at the Old Bailey
in London and found guilty of stealing two guineas, nine shillings and a snuff
box (value 1d) in March 1786. Mary was sentenced to seven (7) years transportation.

BIOGRAPHY: On 6 January 1787, all the female convicts in Newgate Prison under sentence of
transportation were sent to the "Lady Penrhyn" on the Thames. In April 1787
Governor Phillip complained to the Under Secretary concerning the excessive
number put on board the ship.

BIOGRAPHY: Lady Penrhyn - Part of the FIRST FLEET
======================================
Built: 1786 at Thames Weight: 333 tons
Depart: 13 May 1787 Portsmouth, ENGLAND
Arrive: 22 Jan 1788 Port Jackson, New South Wales, AUSTRALIA 252 days
Departed with 101 female convicts onboard Master: Wm Cropton Sever Surgeons:
John Turnpenny Altree & Arthur Bowes

BIOGRAPHY: The FIRST FLEET
===============
Capt. Arthur Phillip, R.N. was commissioned as the first Governor of New South
Wales. He set sail on May 13th, 1787 from Portsmouth with 11 vessels
[Alexander, Lady Penrhyn, Charlotte, Scarborough, Friendship, Prince of Wales;
supplies, equipment and livestock on Borrowdale, Fishburn, Golden Grove; navy
ships, man-o'-war Sirius and armed tender Supply]. He arrived in N.S.W. with
717 convicts of whom 180 were women, guarded by 191 marines under 19 officers.

BIOGRAPHY: Departed for Norfolk Island with William (jnr) on 4 March 1790 aboard the Sirius. Of course, William (snr) - who she had not yet married - was aboard as carpenter's crew.

BIRTH: Her year of birth has been listed by some as 1765 or c1765. However, 29 February did not occur in 1765, but did occur in 1768, which is the year I have for her. It is also about four weeks before her Christening.

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Source: http://www.oldbaileyonline.org/html_sessions/T17861025.html

MARY SPRINGHAM, theft : pick pocketing.

The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Ref: t17861025-73
Trial Summary:

* Crime(s): theft : pick pocketing,
* Punishment Type: transportation,
(Punishment details may be provided at the end of the trial.)
* Verdict: Part Guilty: convicted of a lesser offence,
* Other trials on 25 Oct 1786
* Name search for: MARY SPRINGHAM,
* Crime Location: Baker's-row, Whitechapel
* Associated Records...


Original Text:

830. MARY SPRINGHAM was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 5th day of March last, two guineas, value 2 l. 2 s. and nine shillings in monies numbered, and an iron japanned snuff box, value 1 d. the property of William Reynolds , privily from the person of Mary Reynolds .

MARY REYNOLDS sworn.

My husband's name is William Reynolds ; I live at No. 4, George-street, Spital-fields; the prisoner robbed me on the 5th of March; I never saw her before; Iview a gif image of the original file
See original was coming home from Gravesend on the sabbath-day, about eight in the morning; the prisoner came with me in a Gravesend boat; her mother lives in Baker's-row, Whitechapel; I was taken very ill going up the New-road; she asked me to go into her mother's; I went in there, and I fainted away; she brought a little water and washed my face, and brought me too; and asked me to lay down on her mother's bed, in a little back room; I said, I would be glad; and she led me into the room; and I laid down on the bed; she said, nothing should hurt me, till she came to me again, and she would lock the door, and take the key in her pocket; the prisoner locked me in; I had a silk handkerchief about my neck; I awoke and found the prisoner searching my pockets; she ran away, and away she went; there were two guineas in gold. three silver half crowns, one shilling, and a sixpence; the gold was tied up in my black silk handkerchief, and round my neck in a double knot; the silver was in a japanned iron snuff box in my pocket; the snuff box was taken with the money in it; when she went out of the room, I could not go so quick after her, and there were three turnings; I could not tell which of the turnings she went down.

Prisoner. She asked me in the lock-up room to make it up with her, she said, she was very poor? - I did not.

THOMAS FORECAST sworn.

I am a weaver by trade; I follow the deal portering now; I am come from the Streights; I went in pursuit of Mary Springham ; I met her coming home and three more; it was about five weeks ago; I followed her, and told the prosecutrix to take her into custody.

Court to Mary Reynolds . You knew where this woman lived? - No; I knew where her mother lived.

You knew her name also? - I knew the name she went by.

How came it then you did not go before a Justice of the Peace? - I did the next day, and took the mother into custody; I made enquiries after her, but could not find her.

PRISONER's DEFENCE.

We came from Gravesend together; the prosecutrix borrowed three-pence of me, because she had no money; coming through Limehouse, she says to me Poll, I want to call for something to drink; I went to my brother's and had some breakfast; says I, now Mrs. Forecast, I wish you a good by; she went home with me; she was taken very ill, and sent for a quartern and half of gin, and changed sixpence; my mother asked her to lay down; says she, do not leave me; says I, I am sleepy, I must go home to bed; I left this gentlewoman at my mother's, and saw no more of her till five weeks ago she charged me with this.

GUILTY Of stealing .

Transported for seven years .

Tried by the first Middlesex Jury before Mr. Justice HEATH.

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William HAMBLY

IGI: AFN: 21JD-LW4

BIOGRAPHY: Departed for Norfolk Island with his mother on 4 March 1790 aboard the Sirius.
Granted 60 acres at Gloucester, Tasmania in c.1819-1821


Mary HAMBLY

IGI: AFN: 21JD-LXB


Unnamed HAMBLY

IGI: AFN: 21JD-LZJ

BIRTH: She has been listed as unnamed. I haven't positively identified her as
a female, but for some reason keep reffereing to her as a female. (ie. she,
her). Therefore, I think she is a female. This child's mother died just
seven days after she was born. It is no wonder this child didn't survive much
longer than a month.


Edmund DUNCOMBE

IGI: AFN: 21JF-6V0


Mary (DUNCOMBE)

IGI: AFN: 21JF-6W6


James ROWLES

A Charles ROWLES died in Tasmania 19 Oct 1817 aged 27 years. (1817/252) He
was therefore born in Abt 1890. Just 3 years after James was born.

IGI: AFN: 21JF-5X7 Batch: 0960853 Source: 1514896

MARRIAGE: Tasmanian Pioneers Index - Marriages: 1829/1377

James Rowles came out in 1818 with his 2 brothers John and William.
John and William were listed as numbers 71 and 72. James is #73.
No. 73
James Rowles
Height: 5ft - 8 in. (without shoes)
Hair: Brown
Eyes: Hazel
Age: 31 years
Trade: Labour
Where live: Berks
When lived: 2nd March 1818
Sentence: Life
Ship from Europe: Lord Melville 1818
Ship to Colony: Lord Melville 1818
Native place; Witney
Marks: scar upper lip
Remarks: C.P.N. 2nd August 1831

Lord Melville
=========
This was the Lord Melville's second journey to Australia.
Departed England in Jul 1818 with 148 male convicts aboard.
Arrived VDL 17 Dec 1818 and at Hobart on 18 Dec 1818 with 147 male convicts on board.
Master: Thackray Wetherell Surgeon: John McMillan

On the 1st May 1819 James, petitioned the Lieutenant Governor (letter as
follows)

To His Honor Lieutenant Governor of Sorell
1st May 1819
The Petition of James Rowles a Prisoner Most humbly sheweth

That your Petitioner arrived in the Colony by the ship Lord Melville in the
month of December last under Sentence of Transportation for Life.
That your Petitioner together with his Brothers has solicited your Honor to
procure his Wife and Family to be sent from England to him and being most
anxious to have some Place for their Reception in case they should arrive here
is most desirous of building
himself a Dwelling house.
Your Petitioner therefore most humfbly prays Your Honor will be pleased to
give directions for a Parcel of Ground to be allocated to him for the Purpose
of building upon.
And Your Petitioner
In Duty bound will
Ever pray.
James Rowles

Rowles James
Bachelor of Pitt Water
Married Sophia Hayes
Consent - Lieut. Governor
date: 29th June 1829
Chaplain: Wm. Garrart
Parish of Sorell Richmond Church of England

36/1 1377
No. 28
29th June 1829
Married in this Church by Banns
With the consent of the Lieut Governor
Sorell
James Rowles - of the Parish of Pittwater
Bachelor
Sophia Hayes - of the Parish of Pittwater
Widow
This marriage was] James Rowles X his mark
solemnized between us] Sophia Hayes
In the presence of us: Thomas Horton X his mark - of Pittwater
Jane Duncombe - of Pittwater


Sophia DUNCOMBE

IGI: AFN: 21JD-LK2 Batch: 7006408 for sealing to James HAYES in NEW ZEALAND.
(B & E were done again on in SYDNEY on 4 & 5 Nov 1987. Sealing to James HAYES
was redone on 2 Aug 1989 in SYDNEY - batch: 0970202 / 0)

CHRISTENING: Tasmanian Pioneers Index - Christenings: 1811/152

MARRIAGE: Tasmanian Pioneers Index - Marriages: 1826/962 (Marriage #1: James
HAYES)


Charles ROWLES

IGI: AFN: 21JF-61S

BIRTH: Tasmanian Pioneers Index - Births: 1835/6688


Elizabeth Amelia ROWLES

IGI: AFN: 21JF-621 Batch: 0960853 Source: 1514896

CHRISTENING: Tasmanian Pioneers Index - Christenings: 1837/8249

MARRIAGE: Tasmanian Pioneers Index - Marriages: 1856/180


John Thomas ROWLES

IGI: AFN: 21JF-637 Batch: 8112133 Source: 1260875 Batch: 7006408 / 31 for
sealing to spouse

CHRISTENING: Tasmanian Pioneers Index - Christenings: 1839/699

MARRIAGE: Tasmanian Pioneers Index - Marriages: 1864/662

MARRIAGE: Hannah RICHARDSON was his first cousin.

BIOGRAPHY: ROWLES John Brisbane Street General Dealer / House Launceston Juror House ann rent 50/- 11 March 1856 & Oct 1856


Augustus ROWLES

IGI: AFN: 21JF-65M

BIRTH: Tasmanian Pioneers Index - Births: 1845/777

DEATH: Tasmanian Pioneers Index - Deaths: 1863/487

DEATH: Died of natural causes apparently. As at 1999, headstone still stands
at Sorell, Tasmania.


Fanny Sophia ROWLES

IGI: AFN: 21JF-66T


Alfred Edmund Duncombe ROWLES

IGI: AFN: 21JF-672

BIRTH: Tasmanian Pioneers Index - Births: 1850/915


Susan Rebecca ROWLES

IGI: AFN: 21JF-60L Batch: 0960853 Source: 1514896

CHRISTENING: Tasmanian Pioneers Index - Christenings: 1833/5210


William ROWLES

IGI: AFN: 21JF-64F

BIRTH: Tasmanian Pioneers Index - Births: 1843/1237


John MAUND

CHRISTENING: Christened at St. Botolph Without Aldgate, London, MDX, England.


Sarah MAUND

Not too sure of birth date. Some one wrote the year as 1775, but that clashes
with Ann's birth. This date clashes with Esther. Most likely Christening
dates.


Thomas Morgan WEBB

MARRIAGE: Tasmanian Pioneers Index - Marriages: 1852/786

IGI: Batch: 0960702 Source: 1553517


Sarah ROWLES

DEATH: NSW BDM Death Index Entry: 1887/4720

IGI: AFN: 21JF-5ZF Batch: 0960853 Source: 1514896

CHRISTENING: Tasmanian Pioneers Index - Christenings: 1831/4146


James William Walter WEBB

BIRTH: Tasmanian Pioneers Index - Births: 1853/1020

MARRIAGE: NSW BDM Marriage Index Entry: 1875/1200

MARRIAGE: A number of their children are listed in the NSW Index on the
Australian Vital Records disks and I may record them at some time in the
future.

IGI: Batch: 0960636 Source: 1553382


Alice Sarah WEBB

DEATH: NSW BDM Death Registration: 1882/1910

BIRTH: Tasmania BDM Birth Index Entry: 1860/262


Thomas H L WEBB

DEATH: NSW BDM Death Registration: 1865/1668

BIRTH: NSW BDM Birth Registration: 1865/3022


John PUCKERIDGE

CHRISTENING: Christened at St. Sepulchre, London, MDX, England


Napoleon Louis PUCKERIDGE

BURIAL: Buried: Rookwood Cemetery, Old Church of England Section AAA Row 7

MARRIAGE: NSW BDM - Marriage Index Entry: 1877/1161

BIRTH: NSW BDM Birth Registration: V18553125 42B


Ellen Sophia WEBB

DEATH: NSW BDM Death Index Entry: 1882/1426

BIRTH: Tasmania BDM Birth Index Entry: 1856/977


Herbert Alfred R. PUCKERIDGE

BURIAL: Buried: Rookwood Cemetery, Anglican Section 7 Row 76 Grave No. 4946

BIRTH: NSW BDM Birth Index Entry: 1880/4830

MARRIAGE: NSW BDM Marriage Registration Entry: 1902/3090

DEATH: NSW BDM Death Registration Entry: 1948/28365


Joseph Charles PUCKERIDGE

OCCUPATION: Labourer - as per his son Charles' Birth Certificate

BIOGRAPHY: According to the Birth Certificate of his son, Charles Joseph, he
resided at 14 McElhone Place, Moore Park. (According to current UBD, it's in
Surry Hills) He wrote his name as Charles Joseph on his son's Birth
Certificate.

BURIAL: Rookwood Cemetery

MARRIAGE: NSW BDM - Marriage Index Entry: 1909/6904 (Marriage #1 - Phoebe
NORMAN)

MARRIAGE: NSW BDM - Marriage Index Entry: 1943/7922 (Marriage #2 - Olive
SHIELDS)

BIRTH: NSW BDM Birth Index Entry: 1878/4384


Olive Jean Isabel SHIELD

BIOGRAPHY: The family lived at 42 Tunbridge St, Green Valley, Busby when Pearl
J. Gray met Olive's son, Charles Joseph.
By January 1974, Olive was living at 14 Heckenberg Ave, Busby. Olive is
currently in a home for the elderly.

BIRTH: NSW BDM Index Entry: 1939/13895R (Registered VERY late or maybe
re-registered??)