Jean Francis Leathhart

F, #161, b. 24 July 1922, d. 13 March 1986
FatherErnest Edward Leathart b. 3 Apr 1899, d. 27 Nov 1960
MotherAlice Emily Kalis b. 3 Sep 1900, d. 13 Aug 1959

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth24 July 1922Jean Francis Leathhart was born on Monday, 24 July 1922 at Young, NSW, AustraliaG.
She was the daughter of Ernest Edward Leathart and Alice Emily Kalis.
Marriage17 July 1939Jean Francis was married to Reginald Raymond Greaves, son of James Richmond J Greaves and Emily Poppitt, on Monday, 17 July 1939 at Parramatta, NSW, AustraliaG.
Death13 March 1986Jean Francis Leathhart died on Thursday, 13 March 1986 at Young, NSWG, at age 63.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1939As of 17 July 1939, her married name was Jean Francis Greaves.

Family with

Reginald Raymond Greaves b. 21 Nov 1919
Child
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Reginald Raymond Greaves

M, #162, b. 21 November 1919
FatherJames Richmond J Greaves b. c 1887
MotherEmily Poppitt

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth21 November 1919Reginald Raymond Greaves was born on Friday, 21 November 1919 at Bega, NSW, AustraliaG.
He was the son of James Richmond J Greaves and Emily Poppitt.
Marriage17 July 1939Reginald Raymond was married to Jean Francis Leathhart, daughter of Ernest Edward Leathart and Alice Emily Kalis, on Monday, 17 July 1939 at Parramatta, NSW, AustraliaG.

Family with

Jean Francis Leathhart b. 24 Jul 1922, d. 13 Mar 1986
Child
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Margaret Anderson

F, #168, b. 18 June 1888, d. 15 July 1980
FatherRobert Anderson b. 25 Jan 1839, d. 4 Sep 1934
MotherElizabeth Malpas b. 26 Aug 1863, d. 1941

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth18 June 1888Margaret Anderson was born on Monday, 18 June 1888 at Paddington, NSW, AustraliaG.1
She was the daughter of Robert Anderson and Elizabeth Malpas.
Marriage21 December 1912Margaret was married to Charles McInnes, son of Lachlan McAlister McInnes and Mary Maud Harvey, on Saturday, 21 December 1912 at Guildford, NSW, AustraliaG.
Death15 July 1980Margaret Anderson died on Tuesday, 15 July 1980 at Newcastle, NSW, AustraliaG, at age 92.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1912As of 21 December 1912, her married name was McInnes.

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
NoteMargaret Anderson Her son Lach recalls the following about his mother:-

She always made cakes and baked on Saturdays.

One day she asked Lach to go down to the dentist and collect her false teeth that had been in for repairs. Lach went and got them and the dentist put them in a paper bag which Lach took home and placed on the table near som papers. He told his mother "here are your teeth". His mother later came and cleared up the papers to take to the incinerator and then found out she had burnt her teeth as she hadn't heard Lach say he would put them on the table.

Family with

Charles McInnes b. 30 Aug 1884, d. 24 Dec 1979
Child
ChartsDescendant Chart - William Collett
Descendant Chart - Angus McInnes
Last Edited17 Feb 2009

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Paddington; Registration Year: 1888; Registration Number: 10177.

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Lachlan McAlister McInnes

M, #169, b. 30 August 1857, d. 31 January 1902
FatherCharles McInnes b. 4 Nov 1825, d. 25 May 1860
MotherEllen McInnes b. 20 Mar 1826, d. 18 Sep 1883
RelationshipGreat-grandson of Angus McInnes

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth30 August 1857Lachlan McAlister McInnes was born on Sunday, 30 August 1857 at Bull-Bed, near Picton, NSW, AustraliaG.
He was the son of Charles McInnes and Ellen McInnes.
Marriage13 November 1883Lachlan McAlister was married to Mary Maud Harvey, daughter of Thomas Harvey and Eliza Collett, on Tuesday, 13 November 1883 at Picton, NSW, AustraliaG.
Death31 January 1902Lachlan McAlister McInnes died on Friday, 31 January 1902 at Granville, NSW, AustraliaG, at age 44.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Namesake1857Lachlan McAlister McInnes was named for Captain Lachlan Macalister.

Newspaper Articles

NewspaperDateContent
The Picton Post & Advocatecirca 2 February 1902Lachlan McAlister McInnes was mentioned in an article in The Picton Post & Advocate circa 2 February 1902 as follows:
Obituary - Lachlan McAlister McInnes

The news of the death of Mr. Lachlan McInnes which occurred on Friday last (31-1-1902) at the age of 43 years was received in Picton with deep regret, for although the deceased was not resident in the town for years, he was a native of the place & has a wide circle of relatives & friends here. He was a member of the building committee of the local Presbyterian Church when it was erected in 1887 and married a daughter of Mr T Harvey of Maldon.

The late Mr McInnes was the driver of the outward bound train when the collision occurred at Redfern some years ago, by which a number of people were scalded to death and he never recovered from the shock then received.

He leaves a widow and three children, for whom deep sympathy is felt.

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
OccupationLachlan McAlister McInnes was a railway engine driver from Sydney to Yass.

Family with

Mary Maud Harvey b. 15 Mar 1863, d. 16 Aug 1949
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - William Collett
Descendant Chart - Angus McInnes
Last Edited15 Apr 2009

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Mary Maud Harvey

F, #170, b. 15 March 1863, d. 16 August 1949
FatherThomas Harvey b. 5 May 1841, d. 10 Jun 1921
MotherEliza Collett b. 12 Jul 1842, d. 13 May 1895
RelationshipGranddaughter of Philip Collett

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth15 March 1863Mary Maud Harvey was born on Sunday, 15 March 1863 at Applevale, Appin, NSW, AustraliaG.1
She was the daughter of Thomas Harvey and Eliza Collett.
Marriage13 November 1883Mary Maud was married to Lachlan McAlister McInnes, son of Charles McInnes and Ellen McInnes, on Tuesday, 13 November 1883 at Picton, NSW, AustraliaG.
Death16 August 1949Mary Maud Harvey died on Tuesday, 16 August 1949 at AustraliaG at age 86.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1883As of 13 November 1883, her married name was McInnes.

Family with

Lachlan McAlister McInnes b. 30 Aug 1857, d. 31 Jan 1902
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - William Collett
Descendant Chart - Angus McInnes
Last Edited15 Apr 2009

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Campbelltown
    Registration Year: 1863
    Registration Number: 6711.

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Charles McInnes

M, #171, b. 4 November 1825, d. 25 May 1860
FatherJohn McInnes b. 1796, d. 24 Sep 1874
MotherIsabella McKinnon
RelationshipGrandson of Angus McInnes

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth4 November 1825Charles McInnes was born on Friday, 4 November 1825 at Sleat, Isle of Skye, ScotlandG.
He was the son of John McInnes and Isabella McKinnon.
Baptism10 November 1825Charles McInnes was baptized on Thursday, 10 November 1825 at Sleat, Inverness, ScotlandG; IGI - C111152.
Marriage31 August 1853Charles was married to Ellen McInnes, daughter of Jonathan McInnes and Ann McKinnon, on Wednesday, 31 August 1853 at Bull-Bed, near Picton, NSW, AustraliaG; the witnesses were Angus McInnes snr and Angus McInnes jnr.
Death25 May 1860Charles McInnes died on Friday, 25 May 1860 at near Picton, NSWG, at age 34.1

Voyages

DateDetails
6 July 1837Charles McInnes was a passenger aboard The Ship William Nicol which sailed from Isleornsay, Isle of Skye, ScotlandG, on Thursday, 6 July 1837 with 321 passengers aboard and arrived in Sydney on 27 October 1837.

The William Nicol (408 tons commanded by Captain John McAlpine) had been purpose built and was the first ship to be chartered by the Government for carrying aided emigrants to a new life in the Antipodes. The Edinburgh Courier of 10 July 1837 reported on the embarkation on Monday 3 July 1837 at Ornsay on the Isle of Skye and described the ship as being fitted in the most commodius manner possible and all who visited her were satisfied that the comforts of all the emigrants has been minutely attended to. She was furnished to accommodate 250 adult passengers, each being allowed 18 inches width to sleep in!

The ship set sail three days after embarkation, carrying in all 323 passengers of which 69 were men, 75 women, 72 children aged seven and above and 107 under sevens. For sleeping purposes two children over seven and three under, equated to one adult. On top of this there was the crew who had their own quarters amongst whom was the ship's doctor and surgeon, Dr George Roberts of the Royal Navy. The good doctor must have had big problems with his emigrant patients as they were all, by and large, gaelic speaking and according to reports, two shepherds of good character were given cabins as they were to act as interpreters. A midwife, a Mrs McDonald, undertook to act in similar capacity for the women and children.

During the voyage it appears that everyone spent as much time on deck as they could to escape the overcrowded and evil-smelling sleeping quarters which were on the same deck as the hospital. Below deck was fumigated as often as possible and, whenever practical, aired. The deck of the sleeping quarters were scraped daily in an effort to keep the area clean. The doctor, although not being specific, stated that the people were not very clean in their habits. His log shows that as the ship sailed into the tropics the smell, along with the suffering, increased with the heat. The young children, in particular, were hard hit.

The diet on board was not what the children were used to and although they didn't get scurvy, they suffered bouts of fever and diarrhoea and frequently refused food. At home in Scotland they had been used to milk, vegetables and porridge but whilst on board they had biscuits with salt beef and pork. Looking through the doctor's log, large numbers seem to have suffered at first from sea sickness but it soon became apparent that the women and children were suffering most. In the beginning constipation was the most common problem but diarrhoea soon took over as the chief complaint. Fever and sickness often followed in its wake and, with the very young, sometimes resulted in death. There were 19 deaths during the voyage; all children under the age of six apart from the two women who died after childbirth.

After 66 days at sea, the William Nicol put into port at the Cape of Good Hope on 11 September 1837 to take on fresh water. The Governor, Sir Benjamin D'Urban, was horrified at the conditions on board and instigated a private collection to help the emigrants. £150 was raised in one day and was used to buy, amongst other things, changes of clothing as well as sago and rice. Dr Roberts, himself, arranged for fresh beef and vegetables to be bought to supplement the children's diet; the receipts were sent back to London for payment. After four days the ship continued the voyage and arrived in Port Jackson on 28 October. The doctor's log records, the emigrants throughout were in perfect health when they were discharged the following day.

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
ArticleNovember 1837On arrival in Australia at the end of October, Charles' family was sent to the property "Clifton", owned by Lachlan Macalister. The family later moved to another of his properties called "Bull-Bed" near Picton, NSW.

Family with

Ellen McInnes b. 20 Mar 1826, d. 18 Sep 1883
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Angus McInnes
Last Edited28 Jul 2007

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Picton
    Registration Year: 1860
    Registration Number: 5557.

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Ellen McInnes

F, #172, b. 20 March 1826, d. 18 September 1883
FatherJonathan McInnes b. 1793, d. 19 May 1862
MotherAnn McKinnon b. 1795

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth20 March 1826Ellen McInnes was born on Monday, 20 March 1826 at Strath Co:Inverness, ScotlandG.
She was the daughter of Jonathan McInnes and Ann McKinnon.
Marriage31 August 1853Ellen was married to Charles McInnes, son of John McInnes and Isabella McKinnon, on Wednesday, 31 August 1853 at Bull-Bed, near Picton, NSW, AustraliaG; the witnesses were Angus McInnes snr and Angus McInnes jnr.
Marriage1860Ellen was married to John McLean in 1860 at Sydney, NSW, AustraliaG.
Death18 September 1883Ellen McInnes died on Tuesday, 18 September 1883 at Picton, NSW, AustraliaG, at age 57.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1860As of 1860, her married name was McLean.

Voyages

DateDetails
October 1839Ellen McInnes was a passenger aboard The Ship Henry Porcher which sailed from Isle of Skye, ScotlandG, in October 1839 with 211 passengers and arrived in Australia on 21 February 1840.

Family with 1

Charles McInnes b. 4 Nov 1825, d. 25 May 1860
Children

Family with 2

John McLean
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Angus McInnes
Last Edited11 Feb 2008

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John McLean

M, #173

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
DeathJohn McLean died at AustraliaG.
Marriage1860John was married to Ellen McInnes, daughter of Jonathan McInnes and Ann McKinnon, in 1860 at Sydney, NSW, AustraliaG.

Family with

Ellen McInnes b. 20 Mar 1826, d. 18 Sep 1883
Children
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Jack McLean

M, #174, b. 1862, d. 1922
FatherJohn McLean
MotherEllen McInnes b. 20 Mar 1826, d. 18 Sep 1883

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1862Jack McLean was born in 1862 at Picton, NSW, AustraliaG.
He was the son of John McLean and Ellen McInnes.
Baptism23 October 1862Jack McLean was baptized on Thursday, 23 October 1862 at Picton, NSWG.
Death1922He died in 1922 at Liverpool, NSW, AustraliaG.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Name VariationJack McLean was also known as John McLean.
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Angus McLean

M, #175, b. 1866
FatherJohn McLean
MotherEllen McInnes b. 20 Mar 1826, d. 18 Sep 1883

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
DeathAngus McLean died at AustraliaG.
Birth1866He was born in 1866 at Picton, NSW, AustraliaG.
He was the son of John McLean and Ellen McInnes.
Baptism11 April 1866Angus McLean was baptized on Wednesday, 11 April 1866 at Picton, NSWG.
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Margaret Christina McLean

F, #176, b. 28 November 1869
FatherJohn McLean
MotherEllen McInnes b. 20 Mar 1826, d. 18 Sep 1883

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth28 November 1869Margaret Christina McLean was born on Sunday, 28 November 1869 at Douglas Park, NSW, AustraliaG.
She was the daughter of John McLean and Ellen McInnes.
Marriage5 May 1893Margaret Christina was married to William Hargrove McInerney on Friday, 5 May 1893 at Presbyterian Church, Redfern, NSW, AustraliaG.
Death5 July 1902Margaret Christina McLean died on Saturday, 5 July 1902 at Sydney, NSW, AustraliaG, at age 32.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1893As of 5 May 1893, her married name was McInerney.

Family with

William Hargrove McInerney b. 29 Oct 1864, d. 17 Dec 1929
Children
Last Edited29 Jul 2007

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Ann Isobella McInnes

F, #177, b. 29 June 1854, d. 1929
FatherCharles McInnes b. 4 Nov 1825, d. 25 May 1860
MotherEllen McInnes b. 20 Mar 1826, d. 18 Sep 1883
RelationshipGreat-granddaughter of Angus McInnes

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth29 June 1854Ann Isobella McInnes was born on Thursday, 29 June 1854 at Picton, NSW, AustraliaG.1
She was the daughter of Charles McInnes and Ellen McInnes.
Marriage10 January 1882Ann Isobella was married to John Humphrey Jenkins, son of John Jenkins and Sarah Faulks, on Tuesday, 10 January 1882 at Forest Lodge, NSW, AustraliaG.2,3
Death1929Ann Isobella McInnes died in 1929 at Bathurst, NSW, AustraliaG.4

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Name Variation1854As of 1854, Ann Isobella McInnes was also known as Anna I As shown in the birth entry in the NSW BDM Index.
Married Name1882As of 10 January 1882, her married name was Jenkins.

Family with

John Humphrey Jenkins b. 7 May 1854, d. 26 Aug 1919
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Angus McInnes
Last Edited27 Jul 2003

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Denomination: Presbyterian
    Parish: Campbelltown, St Peter's
    Volume Reference: V185451 153
    Registration Year: 1854.
  2. [S86] Jenkins/McInnes.
  3. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Glebe; Year of Registration: 1882; Registration Number: 2345.
  4. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Bathurst
    Registration Year: 1929
    Registration Number: 2685.

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John Humphrey Jenkins

M, #178, b. 7 May 1854, d. 26 August 1919
FatherJohn Jenkins b. 19 May 1822
MotherSarah Faulks b. 1823, d. 9 Dec 1874

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth7 May 1854John Humphrey Jenkins was born on Sunday, 7 May 1854 at Lofthouse, West Yorkshire, EnglandG.1
He was the son of John Jenkins and Sarah Faulks.
Marriage10 January 1882John Humphrey was married to Ann Isobella McInnes, daughter of Charles McInnes and Ellen McInnes, on Tuesday, 10 January 1882 at Forest Lodge, NSW, AustraliaG.1,2
Death26 August 1919John Humphrey Jenkins died on Tuesday, 26 August 1919 at Bathurst, NSW, AustraliaG, at age 65.3
Burialcirca 27 August 1919He was buried circa 27 August 1919 at Bathurst, NSWG.1

Family with

Ann Isobella McInnes b. 29 Jun 1854, d. 1929
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Angus McInnes
Last Edited27 Jul 2003

Citations

  1. [S86] Jenkins/McInnes.
  2. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Glebe; Year of Registration: 1882; Registration Number: 2345.
  3. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Bathurst; Year of Registration: 1919; Registration Number: 17838.

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Mary Janet McInnes

F, #179
FatherCharles McInnes b. 4 Nov 1825, d. 25 May 1860
MotherEllen McInnes b. 20 Mar 1826, d. 18 Sep 1883
RelationshipGreat-granddaughter of Angus McInnes

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Mary Janet McInnes was the daughter of Charles McInnes and Ellen McInnes.
DeathMary Janet McInnes died at AustraliaG.
ChartsDescendant Chart - Angus McInnes
Last Edited29 Jul 2007

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Sarah Jenkins

F, #180, b. 15 July 1882, d. 1919
FatherJohn Humphrey Jenkins b. 7 May 1854, d. 26 Aug 1919
MotherAnn Isobella McInnes b. 29 Jun 1854, d. 1929
Relationship2nd great-granddaughter of Angus McInnes

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth15 July 1882Sarah Jenkins was born on Saturday, 15 July 1882 at Redbank, Picton, NSW, AustraliaG.
She was the daughter of John Humphrey Jenkins and Ann Isobella McInnes.
Death1919Sarah Jenkins died in 1919 at Bathurst, NSW, AustraliaG.
ChartsDescendant Chart - Angus McInnes
Last Edited28 Jul 2007

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