Alice Amy Aspland

F, #121, b. 27 April 1883, d. 5 September 1883
FatherWilliam Middleton Aspland b. 29 Mar 1852, d. 11 Jul 1908
MotherElizabeth Clarissa Teresa Martin b. 19 Dec 1853, d. 26 Jun 1946
RelationshipsGrandaunt of Robert Mote
5th great-granddaughter of Allexsander Aspland
9th great-granddaughter of Nicholas Farndaile

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth27 April 1883Alice Amy Aspland was born blind on Friday, 27 April 1883 at Camperdown, VIC, AustraliaG.
She was the daughter of William Middleton Aspland and Elizabeth Clarissa Teresa Martin.
Death5 September 1883Alice Amy Aspland died on Wednesday, 5 September 1883 at Camperdown, VICG.

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
End-LineAlice Amy Aspland has no known descendants.
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Descendant Chart - Thomas Martin
Last Edited13 Jun 2000

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Ada Rebecca Aspland

F, #122, b. 30 September 1886, d. 14 May 1955
Ada Rebecca Aspland
FatherWilliam Middleton Aspland b. 29 Mar 1852, d. 11 Jul 1908
MotherElizabeth Clarissa Teresa Martin b. 19 Dec 1853, d. 26 Jun 1946
RelationshipsGrandaunt of Robert Mote
5th great-granddaughter of Allexsander Aspland
9th great-granddaughter of Nicholas Farndaile

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth30 September 1886Ada Rebecca Aspland was born on Thursday, 30 September 1886 at AustraliaG.
She was the daughter of William Middleton Aspland and Elizabeth Clarissa Teresa Martin.
Marriage1911Ada Rebecca was married to Sergeant William Thomas Fisher in 1911 at Camperdown, VIC, AustraliaG.
Marriage1922Ada Rebecca was married to Robert James Campbell in 1922 at Camperdown, VICG.
Death14 May 1955Ada Rebecca Aspland died on Saturday, 14 May 1955 at Geelong, VIC, AustraliaG, at age 68.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1911As of 1911, her married name was Fisher.
Married Name1922As of 1922, her married name was Campbell.

Family with 1

Sergeant William Thomas Fisher b. 2 Jun 1886, d. 4 Jul 1918
Children

Family with 2

Robert James Campbell b. 15 Feb 1885, d. 25 Mar 1977
Child
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Descendant Chart - Nicholas Farndaile
Descendant Chart - Thomas Martin
Last Edited4 Feb 2001

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Clarice Middleton Aspland

F, #123, b. 10 September 1893, d. 27 June 1976
Clarice Middleton Aspland
FatherWilliam Middleton Aspland b. 29 Mar 1852, d. 11 Jul 1908
MotherElizabeth Clarissa Teresa Martin b. 19 Dec 1853, d. 26 Jun 1946
RelationshipsGrandaunt of Robert Mote
5th great-granddaughter of Allexsander Aspland
9th great-granddaughter of Nicholas Farndaile

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth10 September 1893Clarice Middleton Aspland was born on Sunday, 10 September 1893 at Camperdown, VIC, AustraliaG.
She was the daughter of William Middleton Aspland and Elizabeth Clarissa Teresa Martin.
Marriage11 March 1914Clarice Middleton was married to William David Brooks, son of George William Brooks and Martha Jane Jenkins, on Wednesday, 11 March 1914 at Camperdown, VICG.
Death27 June 1976Clarice Middleton Aspland died on Sunday, 27 June 1976 at Geelong, VIC, AustraliaG, at age 82.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1914As of 11 March 1914, her married name was Brooks.

Family with

William David Brooks b. 6 Jul 1880, d. 8 Sep 1955
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Allexsander Aspland
Descendant Chart - Nicholas Farndaile
Descendant Chart - Thomas Martin
Last Edited5 Feb 2001

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Doris Jean Aspland

F, #124, b. 15 August 1896, d. 2 September 1981
Doris Jean Aspland
FatherWilliam Middleton Aspland b. 29 Mar 1852, d. 11 Jul 1908
MotherElizabeth Clarissa Teresa Martin b. 19 Dec 1853, d. 26 Jun 1946
RelationshipsGrandaunt of Robert Mote
5th great-granddaughter of Allexsander Aspland
9th great-granddaughter of Nicholas Farndaile

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth15 August 1896Doris Jean Aspland was born on Saturday, 15 August 1896 at Camperdown, VIC, AustraliaG.
She was the daughter of William Middleton Aspland and Elizabeth Clarissa Teresa Martin.
Marriage20 March 1926Doris Jean Aspland was married to Arthur W M Woodmason on Saturday, 20 March 1926 at Methodist Church, Camperdown, VIC, AustraliaG.
Death2 September 1981Doris Jean Aspland died on Wednesday, 2 September 1981 at Camperdown, VICG, at age 85.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1926As of 20 March 1926, her married name was Woodmason.

Newspaper Articles

NewspaperDateContent
the Camperdown Chronical, Camperdown, VIC, AustraliaG6 April 1926Doris Jean Aspland was mentioned in an article in the Camperdown Chronical, Camperdown, VIC, AustraliaG, on Tuesday, 6 April 1926 as follows:

WEDDING.

WOODMASON--ASPLAND.


A very pretty wedding was celebrated at the Methodist Church on Saturday, March 20 when Doris, daughter of Mrs and the late Mr Aspland, of Hopetoun street, Camperdown, became the wife of Arthur, son of Mr G. and the late Mrs Woodmason, of Melksham Park, Camperdown. Rev Percy Parnaby was the officiating minister.

The bride wore a beautiful frock of white georgette, falling from silver lace yoke, with silver lace around the skirt and an over frock of scolloped georgette, caught at the sides with pearls and orange blossom. She car- ried a bouquet of white dahlias, roses and fern, white ribbon streamers. She was given away by her brother, Mr Percy Aspland.

Miss Lynda Oakley, a niece of the bride, attended her and was frocked in powder-blue georgette trimmed with silver lace. She carried a beautiful shower bouquet of pale pink dahlias and fern with streamers of pink, Mr. Harold Woodmason, brother of the bridegroom, acted as best man. The reception was held at the Oddfellows' Hall. Mrs Aspland. mother of bride, and Mrs Ellis, sister of bride numbered about fifty. The usual toasts were honored, and the happy couple left by the evening train enroute for Phillip Island, where the honeymoon will be spent. The bride travelled in a cinnamon embroidered marocain and rep ensemble suit, trimmed with fur, felt hat to match and fox fur.

Many beautiful and valuable presents were received by the young couple, who will make their future home in Kooyong.1

The Argus, Melbourne, VIC, AustraliaG12 February 1927She was mentioned in an article in The Argus, Melbourne, VIC, AustraliaG, on Saturday, 12 February 1927 as follows:

BIRTHS

.............. WOODMASON (nee Doris Aspland) -On the 27th January at Eglinton private hospital, Inverness avenue, Malvern, to Mr and Mrs Arthur Woodmason, Torquay, Elizabeth Strect, Malvern-a daughter (Joan Albutt).1

Family with

Arthur W M Woodmason b. 3 Jan 1887, d. 21 Sep 1971
Child
ChartsDescendant Chart - Allexsander Aspland
Descendant Chart - Nicholas Farndaile
Descendant Chart - Thomas Martin
Last Edited25 Feb 2014

Citations

  1. [S999] Trove, online http://trove.nla.gov.au

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Marion Amelia Susan Martin

F, #125, b. 15 September 1856, d. 1952
Marion Amelia Susan Sitlington (née Martin)
FatherWilliam John Martin b. 5 May 1829, d. 26 May 1888
MotherMary Ann Farndale b. 1 Apr 1831, d. 20 Jan 1923
RelationshipsGreat-grandaunt of Robert Mote
8th great-granddaughter of Nicholas Farndaile

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth15 September 1856Marion Amelia Susan Martin was born on Monday, 15 September 1856 at Colac, VIC, AustraliaG.1
She was the daughter of William John Martin and Mary Ann Farndale.
Marriage24 May 1887Marion Amelia Susan was married to Alexander James Sitlington, son of Robert Sitlington and Sarah Westcott Pitts, on Tuesday, 24 May 1887 at the Wesleyan Church, Birregurra, VIC, AustraliaG.2,3,1
Death1952Marion Amelia Susan Martin died in 1952 at Colac, VICG.4

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1887As of 24 May 1887, her married name was Sitlington.

Family with

Alexander James Sitlington b. 27 Apr 1857, d. 27 May 1924
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Nicholas Farndaile
Descendant Chart - Thomas Martin
Last Edited15 Dec 2013

Citations

  1. [S253] Stephen Mark Brooks, "The Brooks Family Events," e-mail to Robert Mote, 2001.
  2. [S320] The Martin/Bird Families, online Web address nolonger valid --http://www.birdsinthetree.com
  3. [S649] Judi Ryan, "The Sitlington Family," e-mail to Robert Mote, February 2007.
  4. [S41] Index of Deaths in Victoria, Vic Deaths 1921-85, Registration Number: 16570.

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Anna Maria Martin

F, #126, b. 4 August 1858, d. 20 June 1954
Anna Maria Martin
FatherWilliam John Martin b. 5 May 1829, d. 26 May 1888
MotherMary Ann Farndale b. 1 Apr 1831, d. 20 Jan 1923
RelationshipsGreat-grandaunt of Robert Mote
8th great-granddaughter of Nicholas Farndaile

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth4 August 1858Anna Maria Martin was born on Wednesday, 4 August 1858 at Colac, VIC, AustraliaG.
She was the daughter of William John Martin and Mary Ann Farndale.
MarriageAnna Maria was married to Thomas Parkinson.
Death20 June 1954Anna Maria Martin died on Sunday, 20 June 1954 at Benalla, VIC, AustraliaG, at age 95.1
Burial22 June 1954She was buried on 22 June 1954 at Warncoort Cemetery, VIC, Australia.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married NameHer married name was Parkinson.

Newspaper Articles

NewspaperDateContent
the Colac Herald, Colac, VIC, AustraliaG5 July 1954Anna Maria Martin had an obituary appear in the Colac Herald, Colac, VIC, AustraliaG, on Monday, 5 July 1954 as follows:

Last Member of Birregurra Pioneer Family

Passing of Mrs Anna M Parkinson

With the death at Benalla on June 20 of Mrs Anna M Parkinson, the last remaining member of a pioneer Birregurra family passed. The late Mrs Parkinson was a daughter of the late William and Mary Martin who, with Mrs Martin's parents, Matthew and Hannah Farndale, came to Australia in 1853 and settled in a property near Birregurra on the Warncoort road.

For many years the home and orchard "Hawthorne" was a well-known landmark, but was destroyed by the fire of 1901. Several ancient trees, including a cypress and a hawthorne hedge, still mark the spot, though all traces of the house have gone.

There was a family of five girls and three boys. The first break occurred in 1943 when William J M Martin died, aged 82 years. At that time the average age of the eight was 80 years and nine months.

The late Mrs Parkinson taught school at Warncoort nearly 80 years ago and subsequently at Gerangamete. She married the late W T Parkinson nearly 70 years ago and resided for many years at Portland, where he was practising his profession as a dentist. There were no children of the marriage. Upon her husband's death about 30 years ago, Mrs Parkinson went to live with her sister at Camperdown and later resided at Rushworth. Until less than a year ago, she was in full possession of the faculties and corresponded regularly with relatives and friends. She sustained a broken leg some time ago and never fully recovered. She was highly esteemed by those who knew her, but her circle of acquantances had naturally become limited by the passage of the years.

The interment took place in the Warncoort cemetery on June 22 in the presence of her immediate relatives. The service was conducted by the Rev H Small.

In the Warncoort cemetery are the graves of the late Mrs Parkinson's parents and her grandparents, Matthew and Hannah Farndale. The late Mr Farndale died at the age of 90 years in 1884 and his wife was 85 when she died in 1892. Mrs Parkinson's mother was 91 when she died; one sister was 95; another 92; another was 84. The youngest died at the age of 77. The men of the family did not live to such a great age, the oldest being 89 when he died; the others were 82 and 83 respectively.

It is interesting to record that the late Mr Farndale was closely associated with the development of the Methodist Church in the district and took a very active part in the work during his long life. He was a member of an old Yorkshire family, and a descendant, Dr W E Farndale, who was president of the English Methodist Conference in 1947 and was in 1950 Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council in England. Other members of the family still live in Yorkshire, where there is a village named Farndale.
ChartsDescendant Chart - Nicholas Farndaile
Descendant Chart - Thomas Martin
Last Edited12 Jun 2011

Citations

  1. [S41] Index of Deaths in Victoria, Vic Deaths 1921-85, Registration Number: 18129.

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William John Matthew Martin

M, #127, b. 16 May 1860, d. 21 November 1942
William John Matthew "Jack" Martin
FatherWilliam John Martin b. 5 May 1829, d. 26 May 1888
MotherMary Ann Farndale b. 1 Apr 1831, d. 20 Jan 1923
RelationshipsGreat-granduncle of Robert Mote
8th great-grandson of Nicholas Farndaile

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth16 May 1860William John Matthew Martin was born on Wednesday, 16 May 1860 at Colac, VIC, AustraliaG.
He was the son of William John Martin and Mary Ann Farndale.
Marriage30 September 1897William John Matthew was married to Irene Erlandson, daughter of Alan Erlandson and Mary Blakiston, by Rev. Robert Brown on Thursday, 30 September 1897 at Colac, VICG.1
Death21 November 1942William John Matthew Martin died on Saturday, 21 November 1942 at a Private Hospital, Melbourne, VIC, AustraliaG, at age 82.2
BurialNovember 1942He was buried in November 1942 at The Church of England Section of the Yarrawonga Cemetery, Yarrawonga, VIC, AustraliaG; Grave 371N.3

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
NicknameWilliam John Matthew Martin was often called Jack.

Newspaper Articles

NewspaperDateContent
The Argus, Melbourne, VIC, AustraliaG30 September 1922William John Matthew Martin was mentioned in an article in The Argus, Melbourne, VIC, AustraliaG, on Saturday, 30 September 1922 as follows:

MARTIN-ERLANDSON (Silver Wedding).-On
the 30th September, 1897, at Colac, by the late Rev. Robert Brown. William John, eldest son of Mrs. Martin and the late William Martin, of "Hawthorne," Birregurra, to Irene, second daughter of the late Allan and Mary Erlandson, of Rae street, Colac. (Present address, "Iburn Ridge,' Wilby).4


the Chronicle, Camperdown, VIC, AustraliaG24 November 1942He was mentioned in an article in the Chronicle, Camperdown, VIC, AustraliaG, on Tuesday, 24 November 1942 as follows:

Remarkable Record for Longevity
Broken with Death of Mr. W. J. M. Martin

     The death in a private hospital, Melbourne, on Saturday, of Mr. William John Matthew Martin, formerly of Birregurra, at the age of 82, breaks a link in a family, which possesses a remarkable record for longevity.
     The eldest of a family of eight was born at Birregurra in 1853 and the youngest in 1869, and Mr. Martin's death was the first, their average age being 80 years nine months.
     Their mother was over 90 when she died, and their maternal grandfather, Mr. Matthew Farndale, lived to the great age of 92.
     
Came from England 89 years ago
     The late Mr. Martin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Martin, arrived at Birregurra from England in 1853, and resided there for many years, earning the esteem of a wide circle of friends.
     The late Mr. John Martin went to live at Yarrawonga many years ago, following rural pursuits very successfully.
     His wife, who predeceased him some years ago, was Miss Irene Erlandson, member of a well known Colac family. There are two sons, Erland and Farndale.
     Mr. Martin was a brother of Mesdames W. M. Aspland, T.Parkinson and Miss M. Martin, of Camperdown. Mrs H. Smith (Brunswick) is another sister, and brothers are Messrs Edgar Martin (Williamstown) and Mr Alfred Martin (Yarrawonga).4

Family with

Irene Erlandson b. 27 Feb 1870, d. 22 Nov 1938
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Nicholas Farndaile
Descendant Chart - Thomas Martin
Last Edited31 Oct 2014

Citations

  1. [S320] The Martin/Bird Families, online Web address nolonger valid --http://www.birdsinthetree.com
  2. [S41] Index of Deaths in Victoria, Vic Deaths 1921-85, Place: B Hill; Registration Number: 12316.
  3. [S253] Stephen Mark Brooks, "The Brooks Family Events," e-mail to Robert Mote, 2001, Erlandson Family Tree.
  4. [S999] Trove, online http://trove.nla.gov.au

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Alfred Myro Viterious Martin1

M, #128, b. 13 July 1863, d. 28 June 1953
Alfred Myro Viterious Martin
FatherWilliam John Martin b. 5 May 1829, d. 26 May 1888
MotherMary Ann Farndale b. 1 Apr 1831, d. 20 Jan 1923
RelationshipsGreat-granduncle of Robert Mote
8th great-grandson of Nicholas Farndaile

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth13 July 1863Alfred Myro Viterious Martin was born on Monday, 13 July 1863 at Colac, VIC, AustraliaG.1
He was the son of William John Martin and Mary Ann Farndale.
Marriage1886Alfred Myro Viterious was married to Annie Fraser in 1886 at VIC, AustraliaG.1
Death28 June 1953Alfred Myro Viterious Martin died on Sunday, 28 June 1953 at Yarrawonga, VIC, AustraliaG, at age 89.
BurialHe was buried at Wilby Cemetery, VIC, Australia.1

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Name VariationAlfred Myro Viterious Martin was also known as Alfred Miro Vitericus Martin.

Family with

Annie Fraser b. 11 Apr 1863, d. 11 Jan 1930
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Nicholas Farndaile
Descendant Chart - Thomas Martin
Last Edited14 Feb 2004

Citations

  1. [S359] Jacqueline Shelley McMenamin, "J S McMenamin's Family," e-mail to Robert Mote, 22 March 2003, e-mail dated February 2004.

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Ada Melinda Martin

F, #129, b. 2 September 1864, d. 5 November 1947
Ada Melinda Martin
FatherWilliam John Martin b. 5 May 1829, d. 26 May 1888
MotherMary Ann Farndale b. 1 Apr 1831, d. 20 Jan 1923
RelationshipsGreat-grandaunt of Robert Mote
8th great-granddaughter of Nicholas Farndaile

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth2 September 1864Ada Melinda Martin was born on Friday, 2 September 1864 at Colac, VIC, AustraliaG.
She was the daughter of William John Martin and Mary Ann Farndale.
Marriage1889Ada Melinda was married to Horatio Smith in 1889 at Birregurra, VIC, AustraliaG.1
Death5 November 1947Ada Melinda Martin died on Wednesday, 5 November 1947 at Melbourne, VIC, AustraliaG, at age 83.2

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1889As of 1889, her married name was Smith.1

Family with

Horatio Smith b. 1860, d. 1927
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Nicholas Farndaile
Descendant Chart - Thomas Martin
Last Edited12 Aug 2002

Citations

  1. [S320] The Martin/Bird Families, online Web address nolonger valid --http://www.birdsinthetree.com
  2. [S41] Index of Deaths in Victoria, Vic Deaths 1921-85, Place: W BWK; Registration Number: 11772.

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Mary Matilda Martin

F, #130, b. 20 April 1867, d. 11 March 1944
Mary Matilda "Tillie" Martin
FatherWilliam John Martin b. 5 May 1829, d. 26 May 1888
MotherMary Ann Farndale b. 1 Apr 1831, d. 20 Jan 1923
RelationshipsGreat-grandaunt of Robert Mote
8th great-granddaughter of Nicholas Farndaile

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth20 April 1867Mary Matilda Martin was born on Saturday, 20 April 1867 at Birregurra, VIC, AustraliaG.
She was the daughter of William John Martin and Mary Ann Farndale.
Death11 March 1944Mary Matilda Martin died on Saturday, 11 March 1944 at Ballarat, VIC, AustraliaG, at age 76.1

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
NicknameMary Matilda Martin was often called Tillie.

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
ArticleResearchers should note that this is not the Mary Matilda Martin who married Jonathan Wooding & Ephriam Harmer.
ChartsDescendant Chart - Nicholas Farndaile
Descendant Chart - Thomas Martin
Last Edited16 Aug 2014

Citations

  1. [S41] Index of Deaths in Victoria, Vic Deaths 1921-85, Registration Number: 16234.

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Martin Edgar Martin

M, #131, b. 18 September 1869, d. 1952
Martin Edgar Martin
FatherWilliam John Martin b. 5 May 1829, d. 26 May 1888
MotherMary Ann Farndale b. 1 Apr 1831, d. 20 Jan 1923
RelationshipsGreat-granduncle of Robert Mote
8th great-grandson of Nicholas Farndaile

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth18 September 1869Martin Edgar Martin was born on Saturday, 18 September 1869 at Colac, VIC, AustraliaG.
He was the son of William John Martin and Mary Ann Farndale.
Marriage1896Martin Edgar was married to Eleaner Pigdon in 1896 at VIC, AustraliaG.1
Marriage30 September 1897Martin Edgar Martin witnessed the marriage of William John Matthew Martin and Irene Erlandson on 30 September 1897 at Colac, VICG; by Rev. Robert Brown.1
Death1952Martin Edgar Martin died in 1952 at Williamstown, VIC, AustraliaG.2
Burial1 June 1952He was buried on 1 June 1952 at Yarrawonga, VIC, AustraliaG.1

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
NicknameMartin Edgar Martin was often called Edgar.

Family with

Eleaner Pigdon b. 1871, d. 1931
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Nicholas Farndaile
Descendant Chart - Thomas Martin
Last Edited12 Aug 2002

Citations

  1. [S320] The Martin/Bird Families, online Web address nolonger valid --http://www.birdsinthetree.com
  2. [S41] Index of Deaths in Victoria, Vic Deaths 1921-85, Registration Number: 6148.

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James Thomas John Bean

M, #132, b. before 15 April 1753, d. 19 April 1839
FatherThomas Bean b. 18 Aug 1711, d. bt 8 Oct 1761 - 11 Oct 1761
MotherElizabeth Pitt b. 24 Dec 1716, d. c 31 Aug 1761
Relationship4th great-grandfather of Robert Mote

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birthbefore 15 April 1753James Thomas John Bean was born before 15 April 1753 at North Hayling, Hampshire, EnglandG.
Baptism15 April 1753He was baptized on 15 April 1753 at St Peters, Northney, North Hayling, Hampshire, EnglandG. The church was built in the twelfth century and still existed in 1999, although evidence can be seen of structural alterations made in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. St Peter's three bells, cast in 1350, claim to be the oldest peal of bells in England.
He was the son of Thomas Bean and Elizabeth Pitt.
Marriage6 February 1780James Thomas John Bean married Elizabeth Taylor, daughter of John Taylor and Mary Unknown, on Sunday, 6 February 1780 at St James Church of England, Piccadilly (Westminster), London, EnglandG. They were married by banns by Richard Hainsby (or possibly Stainby), curate, and the witnesses were Charles and Elizabeth Kirshaw. Both James and "Bettey" signed their names and were members of the Parish.1,2
Death19 April 1839James Thomas John Bean died on Friday, 19 April 1839 at Parramatta, NSW, AustraliaG.
Burial22 April 1839He was buried on 22 April 1839 at St John's Cemetery, Parramatta, NSW, AustraliaG. The Minister was Rev. J Troughton. The tomb is a sandstone altar on a sandstone plinth and the headstone reads:

To the MEMORY of
JAMES THOMAS JOHN BEAN
who departed this Life April 19th 1839
Aged 87 years.3

Voyages

DateDetails
1798James Thomas John Bean was a passenger aboard HMS Buffalo which sailed from EnglandG in 1798 and arrived in Port Jackson on 3 May 1799.

Census Entries

Census DatePlaceDetails
1828New South Wales, AustraliaGJames Thomas John Bean appeared on the census of 1828 at New South Wales, AustraliaG, and is shown as 76 years old and living with his daughter Elizabeth Shelley at Parramatta.4

Newspaper Articles

NewspaperDateContent
the Sydney Gazette5 March 1803James Thomas John Bean was mentioned in an item in the Sydney Gazette on 5 March 1803 concerning a burglary at the farm at Baulkham Hills.
the Sydney Gazette12 December 1812He was mentioned in an item in the Sydney Gazette on 12 December 1812 which read - "...... sawyers and carpenters are required for constant work at the General Hospital, who will receive adequate encouragement. Application to be made to Mr Bean at the building."
the Sydney Gazette19 March 1814He was mentioned in an item in the Sydney Gazette on 19 March 1814 which read - "Wanted a quantity of prime shingles for the General Hospital. Apply to Mr Bean at the Building."
the Sydney Gazette15 March 1817He had an advertisement in the Sydney Gazette on 15 March 1817 which read - "To be let, by James Bean, 22 York Street, good stabling, by the night, week, month or year, also Saddle Horses, Chaises and Carts.
N.B. Funerals furnished in the most solemn manner."
the Sydney Gazette12 September 1818He is mentioned again in the Sydney Gazette on 12 September 1818 in the advertisement for an auction to be conducted by Mr Lord -"At the house of Mr Bean, 22 York Street on Friday the 25th Instant, at 11 o'clock.

A large quantity of household furniture; an elegant Chest of Drawers; Bureau and Book Case, with glass doors; a large Corner Cupboard with glass doors; Chairs and Tables; three Settees; a Sash Window for a shop, the frame is 9 feet 4 inches wide, and 6 feet deep; a Silver Watch; a ditto Hunting Watch, with Stop; a good Pitt Saw, Hand Saws and Planes; a Cooper's Bea Iron; about 60 gallons of Good Cyder and various other articles. The Goods may be seen at any Time Previous to the Day of Sale."

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
Family-HistoryYou can read more about the Bean History by clicking here.
ReligionJames Thomas John Bean and Elizabeth Taylor were Church of England.
Article10 January 1798Terms of Settlement

London 10th January 1798

We whose names are hereunto signed do acknowledge that at our own request we have offered ourselves as settlers to go to New South Wales with our families on the following terms;

To have a passage found and our families to be victualled by Government during the voyage. On arrival in the Colony to have a grant of 100 acres of land at Port Jackson, or 50 acres at Norfolk Island.

To be victualled and clothed from the public stores for the term of 12 months after being put in possession of our respective allotments, and to be allowed the labour of two convicts (maintained by Government) for the same term; after which we & our families are to be of no further expense to the Crown.

To have the same proportion of stock, seed, grain and agricultural tools as have been furnished to other settlers, together with such other assistance as the Governor may judge proper to afford us.

In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands on the day above written.

          James Thomas John Bean
          John Hanson
          William Weller
          Thomas Bradley.
Article12 January 1798Letter to the Commissioners of the Navy
Whitehall, 12th Jan. 1798

It being proposed to send the persons whose names are on the enclosed list to the settlement of New South Wales.

I am directed by the Duke of Portland to desire you will move the Lords Commanders of his Majesty's Treasury to inform the Commissioners of the Navy thereof and to direct the Board to acquaint their Lordships whether the whole number of such persons or what portion thereof can be accommodated on board the Buffalo now under orders for that settlement.

Your most humble and obedient servant

J King


ABOVEMENTIONED LIST

1. John William Lewin and wife                                    Carpenter
2. JamesThomas John Bean, his wife Elizabeth (Betty)
Bean and children Elizabeth 15, Rose 12, James 10,
Ann 8, William 5.                                                       Carpenter
3. John Hanson, his wife Ann Hanson, Dinah Shore 18
and children John 6, Henry 3, and Mary 1.                    Carpenter
4. James Harrison, his wife and 3 children.                    Carpenter
5. William Wheeler, his wife and 2 children.                    Millwright


REMARKS
The above list does not include all the passengers who arrived on the Buffalo. For example, Thomas Bradley and family are not mentioned. It would seem the Bean and Bradley families were closely associated. James Thomas John Bean and Thomas Bradley both signed the Terms of Settlement Letter. They received adjoining grants of land at Toongabbie on 12/11/1799. When James Thomas John Bean (Junior) married Esther Short at St Phillips Church, Elizabeth Bradley (a daughter of Thomas Bradley) was one of the witnesses. Elizabeth Bradley latter married William Bean, the youngest son of John Thomas John Bean (senior). William Lewin did not actually sail on the Buffalo although his wife did. William came on a later ship.

Articlefrom 10 May 1799 to 30 June 1805From 10 May 1799 to 30 June 1805 James Thomas John Bean and Elizabeth Taylor were living on government stores.
Article12 November 1799Land Grants

1799     Book 2B     Grants by Governor Hunter

No. 897     James Bean      Nov 12          Granted 100 acres in the district of Toongabbie.
                          Rent: 2 shillings per year commencing after 5 years.
REMARKS
By 1802 12 acres had been cleared and a further 12 acres were in wheat and maize. He had 1 sheep, 5 goats, 8 hogs and a family of seven living off stores.
Article10 April 1802As at 10 April 1802 James Thomas John Bean is shown as living at Baulkham Hills and possessing three guns and one sword at the Arms Muster.
ArticleJanuary 1803He was paid £2.14.6 in January 1803 for carpentry he did at the Orphan School
(refer the King papers, Vol. IV, p. 103.)
Article10 August 1810On 10 August 1810 James Thomas John Bean countersigned a printed copy of a Proclamation on the accession of King George IV.
Article16 December 1814He was appointed to a Committee of Survey to inspect and value a bakery and windmill belonging to the creditors of John Palmer in the Government Domain. This survey was carried out on 16 December 1814.
ArticleNovember 1815He acted on a jury inquest on the death of Robert Campbell in November 1815.
Article1819He acted on a jury inquests on the deaths of Mary Brown and Thomas Gorman in 1819.
Article20 September 1820Extract from the Bigges Report

J Bean's Evidence given on 20 September 1820 at Parramatta

Bigge: You were a carpenter I believe & have lived in the Colony some years.

Bean: I was, & have lived in the Colony since May 1799.

Bigge: Were you employed & on what terms by Messrs Riley Blaxcell & Wentworth in erecting the General Hospital.

Bean: I engaged with them for a Salary of £250 currency per annum to superintend the Building as a Carpenter. I drew every week for such money as I wanted to pay the men.

Bigge: Whom did you draw upon.

Bean: I drew upon Mr Riley & recd the money from Mr Lewin who was Mr Riley's Clerk.

Bigge: How did he pay you.

Bean: In currency, notes & copper coin.

Bigge: At what rate did the currency paper pass at the time.

Bean: At 50 per cent.

Bigge: Were the other workmen paid in the same manner.

Bean: They were.

Bigge: In what year did the Building begin.

Bean: I begun in July 1811. The walls had been begun before.

Bigge: Who drew the original Plan of the Hospital.

Bean: I do not know.

Bigge: Mr Riley I believe was the Principal & acting partner in the Contract.

Bean: He was.

Bigge: Were you employed to superintend the work on the part of the Govt.

Bean: I was not. I had nothing to do with Govt.

Bigge: Then you were not employed as an agent of Govt. to see that the work was faithfully done.

Bean: I was not.

Bigge: Was there any agent so employed by Govt.

Bean: A Mr Lucas a carpenter was the surveyor appointed by Govt.

Bigge: Is he alive now.

Bean: No. He drowned himself in Georges River about two years ago.

Bigge: Be so good as to state to me whether any or what changes were made in the plan of the Building during its progress.

Bean: Some alterations were made in both the Surgeons Barracks in increasing the number of rooms, in pannelling the Shutters & Doors.

Bigge: Was there not an alteration made in the roof.

Bean: Yes there was. The Tie Beams were to have gone across in one length from one extremity of the verandah to the other. I advised Mr Riley & the Govenor to make it into three pieces, as the length of the Beams being 48 feet, they wd be apt to spring in the centre from the pressure of the roof & take the weight off the vertical columns of the verandah.

Bigge: The roof originally proposed was not of the form in which it was subsequently finished.

Bean: I understood from Mr Lucas that it was to be a single roof. I proposed the present hopper roof where the Beams are Divided into three pieces.

Bigge: I understood that what is termed the hopper roof that is now on the General Hospital was substituted in the place of that which was first proposed to give a better appearance to the Building, & to prevent the exclusion of light from the upper story windows by the descent of the verandah.

Bean: It was.

Bigge: Did the same reason that suggested the Division of the Beams into Three pieces in the roof, instead of having them in one, apply to the terbians of the first floor.

Bean: The walls were carried up a joist. Holes were left for me to put the joists in for the verandah.

Bigge: Do you not concieve that the Building wd have been much stronger if the Girdiins had gone all through to the verandah, according to the stipulations of the contract.

Bean: I do not think it wd. The joists of the verandah are dovetailed into the plate.

Bigge: You are aware I suppose that the Division of the Terbians into three pieces was quite in violation of the Terms of the Contract.

Bean: I know that the Contract directed that the Beams shd be in whole; but it was done with the Governor's Permission.

Bigge: How do you know that it was by the Governor's Permission.

Bean: The Governor often came to see the Frame when it was on the ground, & Mr O'Hearne was the Superintendant on the part of the Govt. as well as Mr Lucas, & they both approved of it.

Bigge: Was there any Difficulty in obtaining solid beams of 48 feet in Length for the roof.

Bean: The man who was employed by the contractors to cut the wood said it was very Difficult to procure them. His name is Ennise.

Bigge: Mr Riley was the person who superintended the Progress of the Building for the Contractors.

Bean: He did & gave Directions. Nothing was done without his consent.

Bigge: I observe that you recd Directions dated on the 31st March 1813 for performing & finishing certain Parts of the Carpenter's work of the hospital & officers quarters was this work not provided for by the original contract.

Bean: It was not.

Bigge: Are you aware of any other alterations or Deviations from the original contract than those which were made in persuance of these Directions.

Bean: I am not aware of any other alteration than the railing in the upper verandah which I do not believe was even mentioned at first or till it was found to be necessary. The Stone Pillars also were taken down to receive some alteration. The Pillars were placed wider from each other than at first & it caused me to take out the old plates & put in fresh ones.

Bigge: Do you think that any additional expence was caused to the Contractors by changing the construction of the roof of which you have spoken.

Bean: I believe not. There is the same square of roofing in the one as in the other.

Bigge: Upon what Terms were you employed by the Contractors.

Bean: I was paid to a certain rate per square.

Bigge: Were you ever required by the Contractors to make out a Bill of the addl expence that wd be occasioned by the alterations that you were directed to make in the works.

Bean: I was & I estimated this work as well as the alterations in the Assistant Surgeons Barrack at £2898-19-0.

Bigge: Do you conider that estimate to be correct.

Bean: I do.

Bigge: Do you recollect what addl expense was incurred for Carpenters work in the lengthening the plates that were laid on the Columns of which you have already spoken.

Bean: I think it was £20 or £25.

Bigge: Do you think that any Danger now exists in the rotting of the joists of the Lower Floor in consequence of the exclusion of air from the cellars.

Bean: I do. I am certain there is. Air ought to be let in and it ought to have been admitted at first. I spoke of it, but no notice was taken of it. We did have some air holes in Mr Wentworth's quarters.

Bigge: Is the Lower Verandah of the Principal Building arched all round.

Bean: It is.

Bigge: Was the Price of Timber higher at the time that the hospital was built than it is now.

Bean: I think that the Price was much the same.

Bigge: What was the nature of the alteration in the Doors & windows of the hospital & offices, that seems to have occasioned the additional charges made in your Estimate of 134, 192, 792 & 576.

Bean: The Doors according to the original Plan were to have been very plain, but panelled - by the later alterations they were to have double faced architraves & mouldings complete. The windows were all ordered to have shutters.

Bigge: Did Mr Lowry Mr Riley's Clerk keep a Public House near the hospital at the time it was Building.

Bean: He kept a Public House near to Mr Riley's own house in George Street at the corner of that Street and Hunter Street.

Bigge: How many Govt Labourers worked for the Contractors at the Hospital.

Bean: There were a great many employed amongest the Stone masons; but I don't know how many.

Bigge: Was O'Hearne the Superintendant given to intoxication.

Bean: He would often get Tipsy.

Bigge: Did you hear that he recd a sum of money from the Contractors.

Bean: I understood that he recd £2 per week from them as superintendant of the Stone work for them.

Bigge: Have you calculated the amount of the expence of Carpenters work in the hospital & offices.

Bean: I have and it amounts to £8993-14-9.

Bigge: was there any condition imposed on you as to time for finishing the hospital.

Bean: There was not.

Bigge: Was any part of the work done described in the alterations before they were commenced upon.

Bean: I cannot recollect.
Article1834He was granted an allotment of land in 1834 bounded by Clarence Street, Market Street and York Street, Sydney, NSW, AustraliaG. This allocation appeared in the NSW Government Gazette No. 106, page 143.
Will9 September 1835James Thomas John Bean signed a will dated 9 September 1835 at New South Wales, AustraliaG.

The Will of James Thomas John Bean
In the name of God amen I James Thomas John Bean of Parramatta in the Colony of New South Wales Gentleman being weak in body by reason of my advanced age but of sound mind memory and understanding, Do make publish and declare this my last will and testament in manner following that is to say I give devise and bequeath unto the Reverend Ralph Mansfield of Sydney and to Mr William Pawley of Sydney all my real and personal estate of what nature or kind soever and wheresoever situate of which I may die seized or possessed or in any manner entitled to To Have and to Hold the same according to the ??? nature and description of such property unto the said Ralph Mansfield and William Pawley their Heirs Executors and Administrators But under and subject to the several Trusts Uses Indents and Purposes hereinafter declared of and concerning the same that is to say Upon trust by sale of such parts of my said estate to realize so much as may be necessary to pay and satisfy all my Debts and Funeral and Testamentary expenses and from and out of the residue thereof as soon as conveniently may be after my decease to pay to Elizabeth the widow of the late William Bean the sum of one hundred pounds and the sum of Fifty pounds to each of themselves the said Ralph Mansfield and William Pawley and the like sum of Fifty pounds to each of the Daughters of the late Thomas Dunn and to each of the children of the said late William Bean which said sums so hereof bequeathed as aforesaid to the said Daughters of the said Thomas Dunn and to the children of the said William Bean. I hereby appoint direct and appoint shall be paid together with interest thereon from the date of my decease to each of them and as they shall if sons respectively arrive at the age of twenty one years or if Daughters then upon their respectively attaining the age of twenty one years or respectively being married whichever shall first happen And with respect to all the rest and residue of my real and personal estate my will and desire is that the same shall at the expiration of the time for which certain portions of my said real estate are at present leased be sold and that they the said Ralph Mansfield and William Pawley do and shall divide the proceeds thereof equally between my Son James Thomas John Bean and my daughters Elizabeth Shelley and Ann James share and share alike and do and shall either pay such shares into their own proper hands or secure the same for their benefit as they shall respectively signify to the said Ralph Mansfield and William Pawley or to the survivor of them or to the heirs executors or administrators of such survivors. But in case they the said James Thomas John Bean Elizabeth Shelley and Ann James shall agree in desiring that such real estate should be sold before the expiration of such lease as hereinbefore mentioned then my will and desire is that the said Ralph Mansfield and William Pawley shall sell and dispose of the same at such earlier period and shall after deducting out of the proceeds thereof a sufficient sum to satisfy the said several bequests hereinbefore mentioned divide and pay the proceeds thereof in manner above directed for that purpose And in case they or either of them the said James Thomas John Bean Elizabeth Shelley or Ann James should have previously departed this life before such shares shall have been paid or secured for their benefit as aforesaid then my will and desire is that the share or shares of such of them so dying shall be paid in such manner as such of them so dying shall be his or her last will and testament have directed and appointed or in case of his or her dying and without having made such will then my will and desire is that such share or shares shall be divided equally amongst the next of kin or other personal representatives of the person or persons so dying intestate And I hereby constitute and appoint the said Reverend Ralph Mansfield and William Pawley to be the Executors of this my will In Testimony whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal this Ninth day of September, one thousand eight hundred and thirty five.
                                   James Thomas John Bean
Signed Sealed Published and
Declared by the said James
Thomas John Bean to be his
last will and testament in
our presence who in his
presence and at the Request
of the said James Thomas
John Bean and in the presence
of each other have hereunto
set and subscribed our
Hands as witnesses thereto
the word "pounds" having been
first inserted between the fifth and
sixth lines from the bottom of the first page

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Robert Bourne.

Family with

Elizabeth Taylor b. 1754, d. 2 Oct 1818
Children
ChartsPedigree Chart for Robert Mote
Indented Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Box Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Last Edited5 Aug 2011

Citations

  1. [S139] Perry McIntyre & Adele Cathro, Thomas Dunn's Descendants, page:28.
  2. [S463] Leone Lawrence, "Descendants of Emmeline Shelley," e-mail to Robert Mote, May 2004.
  3. [S139] Perry McIntyre & Adele Cathro, Thomas Dunn's Descendants, page: 33.
  4. [S4] M R Sainty and K A Johnson, NSW 1828 Census, Page # 45, Record # B0759.

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Elizabeth Taylor

F, #133, b. 1754, d. 2 October 1818
FatherJohn Taylor1
MotherMary Unknown1
Relationship4th great-grandmother of Robert Mote

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1754Elizabeth Taylor was born in 1754 at EnglandG.
She was the daughter of John Taylor and Mary Unknown.1
Marriage6 February 1780Elizabeth Taylor married James Thomas John Bean, son of Thomas Bean and Elizabeth Pitt, on Sunday, 6 February 1780 at St James Church of England, Piccadilly (Westminster), London, EnglandG. They were married by banns by Richard Hainsby (or possibly Stainby), curate, and the witnesses were Charles and Elizabeth Kirshaw. Both James and "Bettey" signed their names and were members of the Parish.2,3
Death2 October 1818Elizabeth Bean died on Friday, 2 October 1818 at Parramatta, NSW, AustraliaG.
Burial4 October 1818She was buried on 4 October 1818 at Devonshire Street cemetery, Sydney, NSW, AustraliaG, and was moved to La Perouse in 1901 when the cemetery made way for Central Railway Station. The headstone reads -

Sacred
To the memory of
Mrs Betty Bean
Wife of Mr Jas. Bean (Senior)
Who departed this life
October 2nd, 1818
aged 64 years

Affliction sure long time I bore
Physicians were in vain
Til death did please to give me ease
And free me from my pain.4

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
NicknameElizabeth Taylor was often called Betty.1
Married Name1780As of 6 February 1780, her married name was Bean.

Voyages

DateDetails
1798Elizabeth Taylor was a passenger aboard HMS Buffalo which sailed from EnglandG in 1798 and arrived in Port Jackson on 3 May 1799.

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
ReligionElizabeth Taylor and James Thomas John Bean were Church of England.
Articlefrom 10 May 1799 to 30 June 1805From 10 May 1799 to 30 June 1805 James Thomas John Bean and Elizabeth Taylor were living on government stores.

Family with

James Thomas John Bean b. b 15 Apr 1753, d. 19 Apr 1839
Children
ChartsPedigree Chart for Robert Mote
Indented Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Box Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Last Edited6 Jun 2010

Citations

  1. [S49] Lynn Smith, "Thomas Beane", Record #3.
  2. [S139] Perry McIntyre & Adele Cathro, Thomas Dunn's Descendants, page:28.
  3. [S463] Leone Lawrence, "Descendants of Emmeline Shelley," e-mail to Robert Mote, May 2004.
  4. [S139] Perry McIntyre & Adele Cathro, Thomas Dunn's Descendants, page: 34.

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Gladys Lillian Burgess

F, #134, b. 8 June 1898, d. 28 April 1986
FatherWilliam Luke Burgess b. 4 Feb 1868, d. 17 Dec 1934
MotherMary Ann Beatrice Stewart b. 1875, d. 29 Aug 1949

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth8 June 1898Gladys Lillian Burgess was born on Wednesday, 8 June 1898 at Yass, NSW, AustraliaG.1,2
She was the daughter of William Luke Burgess and Mary Ann Beatrice Stewart.
Marriage13 December 1930Gladys Lillian was married to Francis John A'court on Saturday, 13 December 1930 at Yass, NSWG.2
Marriage13 December 1956Gladys Lillian was married to Albert Thomas Mote, son of James Frederick Mote and Martha Crossley, on Thursday, 13 December 1956 at Goulburn, NSW, AustraliaG.
Death28 April 1986Gladys Lillian Burgess died on Monday, 28 April 1986 at Mudgee, NSW, AustraliaG, at age 87. Her obituary appeared in the Mudgee Guardian on 9 & 13 May 1986.2
BurialShe was buried at the Anglican Section of the General Cemetery, Mudgee, NSW, AustraliaG.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1930As of 13 December 1930, her married name was A'court.
Married Name1956As of 13 December 1956, her married name was Mote.
ChartsIndented Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Box Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Descendant Chart - James Crossley
Descendant Chart - Samuel James
Descendant Chart - John William Mote
Last Edited12 Nov 2008

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Yass; Year: 1898; Number: 27325.
  2. [S261] Bruce Stuart, "Gladys Lillian Burgess's Family," e-mail to Robert Mote, 28 December 2001.

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Francis John A'court

M, #135, b. 1893, d. 28 June 1952

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1893Francis John A'court was born in 1893 at Dubbo, NSW, AustraliaG.1
Marriage13 December 1930Francis John was married to Gladys Lillian Burgess, daughter of William Luke Burgess and Mary Ann Beatrice Stewart, on Saturday, 13 December 1930 at Yass, NSW, AustraliaG.2
Death28 June 1952Francis John A'court died on Saturday, 28 June 1952 at Goulburn, NSW, AustraliaG.3

Newspaper Articles

NewspaperDateContent
the Goulburn Evening Post, Goulburn, NSW, AustraliaG2 July 1952Francis John A'court had an obituary appear in the Goulburn Evening Post, Goulburn, NSW, AustraliaG, on Wednesday, 2 July 1952 as follows: MR. F J a'COURT

The death occurred at Goulburn Base Hospital on Saturday of Mr Francis John a'Court of 124 Kinghorne Street, at the age of 55 years. He had been in ill health for the past two months.

Deceased was an employee of the Education Department's painting and repairing staff and had lived in the district for many years.

He was the son of the late Mr & Mrs F J a'Court of Jerrawa.

He was devoted to his home and garden in which he could be generally found during his leisure hours.

He is survived by his wife, sister, Louisa (Mrs L Thorn of Jerrawa), and brother Phillip, of Long Jetty. One brother, Charles, predeceased him nine months ago.

After a service at St Saviour's Cathedral, where Mr a'Court had been a regular worshipper during his Goulburn life, the funeral moved to the Anglican portion of the General Cemetery. Very Rev. Dean King officiated at the church and graveside. Members of the Masonic Lodge took part in the funeral service.4
Last Edited22 May 2011

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Dubbo; Year: 1893; Number: 12834.
  2. [S261] Bruce Stuart, "Gladys Lillian Burgess's Family," e-mail to Robert Mote, 28 December 2001.
  3. [S908] Robin Wright, "Francis John A'Court," e-mail to Robert Mote, April 2011, Obituary from Goulburn Evening Post.
  4. [S908] Robin Wright, "Francis John A'Court," e-mail to Robert Mote, April 2011.

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Elizabeth Quinnell

F, #136, b. 1842, d. 31 October 1883

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1842Elizabeth Quinnell was born in 1842 at Church of England Parish of Sydney, St Lawrence's, NSW, AustraliaG.1
Marriage1861Elizabeth was married to George Weatherby, son of William Weatherby and Mary Thorley, in 1861 at Yass, NSW, AustraliaG.
Death31 October 1883Elizabeth Quinnell died on Wednesday, 31 October 1883 at Yass, NSWG.2
BurialNovember 1883She was buried in November 1883 at Church of England Section of the Cemetery, Yass, NSW, AustraliaG.2

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Name VariationElizabeth Quinnell was also known as Quinnel.1
Married Name1861As of 1861, her married name was Weatherby.

Family with

George Weatherby b. c 1840, d. 7 Mar 1912
Children
Last Edited25 Apr 2006

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Denomination: Church of England; Parish: Sydney, St Lawrence's; Year: 1842; Volume Reference: V1842322 27A.
  2. [S10] Pam Ray, Yass Cemetery, page # 13.

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George Weatherby

M, #137, b. circa 1840, d. 7 March 1912
FatherWilliam Weatherby b. c 1812, d. 23 Aug 1884
MotherMary Thorley b. c 1816, d. 25 Apr 1898

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birthcirca 1840George Weatherby was born circa 1840 at Cheshire, EnglandG.
He was the son of William Weatherby and Mary Thorley.
Marriage1861George was married to Elizabeth Quinnell in 1861 at Yass, NSW, AustraliaG.
Marriage1886George was married to Mary Ann Selina Gardiner in 1886 at Yass, NSWG.1
Marriage2 March 1897George was married to Martha Crossley, daughter of Jeremiah Crossley and Sarah James, on Tuesday, 2 March 1897 at Yass, NSWG.
Death7 March 1912George Weatherby died on Thursday, 7 March 1912 at Yass, NSWG.2
BurialMarch 1912He was buried in March 1912 in the Church of England Section of the Cemetery, Yass, NSW, AustraliaG. His headstone reads: George, native of Cheshire, England, died 7 March 1912 aged 72 years. Erected by his wife and son James Weatherby.2

Voyages

DateDetails
circa December 1841George Weatherby was a passenger aboard The Ship Nabob which sailed from Liverpool, Lancashire, EnglandG, circa December 1841 and arrived in Sydney, NSW on 21 February 1842.

Family with

Elizabeth Quinnell b. 1842, d. 31 Oct 1883
Children
ChartsIndented Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Box Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Descendant Chart - James Crossley
Descendant Chart - Samuel James
Last Edited19 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Marriage Registration: Yass; Year: 1886; Number: 7704.
  2. [S10] Pam Ray, Yass Cemetery, page # 13.

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Samuel Francis Nicholas

M, #138, b. 1879, d. 1951
Sam and Alice Nicholas
FatherJosiah Nicholas b. 22 Jul 1844, d. 1931
MotherAnnie Johnson

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1879Samuel Francis Nicholas was born in 1879 at Campbelltown, NSW, AustraliaG.1
He was the son of Josiah Nicholas and Annie Johnson.
Marriage18 December 1915Samuel Francis was married to Alice May Mote, daughter of James Frederick Mote and Martha Crossley, on Saturday, 18 December 1915 at Yass, NSW, AustraliaG.
Death1951Samuel Francis Nicholas died in 1951 at Hornsby, NSW, AustraliaG.2
ChartsIndented Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Box Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Descendant Chart - James Crossley
Descendant Chart - Samuel James
Descendant Chart - John William Mote
Last Edited10 Dec 2006

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Birth Registration: Campbelltown; Year: 1879; Number: 11302.
  2. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Death Registration: Hornsby; Year: 1951; Number: 8165.

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Norman Stanley MacLean

M, #139, b. 1887, d. 29 November 1968
FatherDonald Martin McLean b. May 1837
MotherMary Ann Smith

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1887Norman Stanley MacLean was born in 1887 at Rylstone, NSW, AustraliaG.1
He was the son of Donald Martin McLean and Mary Ann Smith.
Marriage1910Norman Stanley MacLean was married to Lela Gertrude Ashe, daughter of Charles William Ashe and Susannah Elizabeth Smith, in 1910 at Mudgee, NSW, AustraliaG.2
Death29 November 1968Norman Stanley McLean died on Friday, 29 November 1968 at Burwood, NSW, AustraliaG.3

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Name VariationNorman Stanley MacLean was also known as Norman Stanley McLean.

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
Occupation1936Norman Stanley MacLean was a Station Manager in 1936 at Fairholme, Condobolin, NSW, AustraliaG.
Elect-roll1936He and Lela Gertrude Ashe were listed on the Electoral Roll of 1936 at Condobolin, NSWG.

Family with

Lela Gertrude Ashe b. 1885, d. 1968
Children
Last Edited3 Mar 2012

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Rylstone; Year: 1887; Number: 28161.
  2. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Mudgee; Year: 1910; Number: 12735.
  3. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Burwood; Year: 1968; Number: 40088.

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Frederick George Moule1

M, #140, b. circa 1861, d. 24 July 1891
FatherThomas G Moule
MotherJane Unknown

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birthcirca 1861Frederick George Moule was born circa 1861; based on his age on his headstone.2
He was the son of Thomas G Moule and Jane Unknown.
Marriage29 January 1890Frederick George was married to Elizabeth Alt, daughter of Christopher Alt and Martha Crossley, on Wednesday, 29 January 1890 at Yass, NSW, AustraliaG.3
Death24 July 1891Frederick George Moule died on Friday, 24 July 1891 at Yass, NSWG.1,4
BurialHe was buried at Church of England Section of the Cemetery, Yass, NSW, AustraliaG.1

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
OccupationJanuary 1890Frederick George Moule was of Messrs Mellersh, Moule and Stubbs, auctioneers of Yass in January 1890.5

Family with

Elizabeth Alt b. 23 Jul 1872, d. 9 Feb 1943
Child
ChartsIndented Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Box Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Descendant Chart - James Crossley
Descendant Chart - Samuel James
Last Edited14 Aug 2000

Citations

  1. [S10] Pam Ray, Yass Cemetery, page # 13.
  2. [S10] Pam Ray, Yass Cemetery, Record # 30.
  3. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Yass; Year of Registration: 1890; Registration Number: 7844.
  4. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Yass; Year: 1891; Number: 16178.
  5. [S151] Grieves Family and Yass Indexes, online http://members.iinet.net.au/~sgrieves/grieves_family.htm, Yass Courier Index, page 19 of 31.

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