James Chard1

M, #31221, b. circa 1810, d. 27 March 1856
FatherJames Chard1 b. c 1777, d. 27 Mar 1856
MotherRebecca Lee Dinscombe1 b. c 1779, d. 14 Oct 1836

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birthcirca 1810James Chard was born circa 1810 at Taunton, Somersetshire, EnglandG.1
He was the son of James Chard and Rebecca Lee Dinscombe.1
Death27 March 1856James Chard died on Thursday, 27 March 1856 at St George, NSW, AustraliaG.1,2
Last Edited24 Jan 2001

Citations

  1. [S209] Peter Mayberry, "The Passmore Family," e-mail to Robert Mote, 2001.
  2. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: St George; Year: 1856; Number: 1471.

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George Sly1

M, #31222, b. circa 1807, d. 25 May 1881
FatherJohn William Sly1 b. c 1767, d. 28 Dec 1829
MotherElizabeth Flamston1 b. c 1784, d. 5 Aug 1853

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birthcirca 1807George Sly was born circa 1807 at Spiderfields, Middlesex, EnglandG.1
He was the son of John William Sly and Elizabeth Flamston.1
Marriage31 January 1835George was married to Ann Healy on Saturday, 31 January 1835 at St Phillip's C of E, Sydney, NSW, AustraliaG.1
Death25 May 1881George Sly died on Wednesday, 25 May 1881 at St Leonards, NSW, AustraliaG.1
Burialcirca 26 May 1881He was buried circa 26 May 1881 at the Cemetery, Manly, NSW, AustraliaG.1
Last Edited24 Jan 2001

Citations

  1. [S209] Peter Mayberry, "The Passmore Family," e-mail to Robert Mote, 2001.

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Ann Healy1

F, #31223

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Marriage31 January 1835Ann was married to George Sly, son of John William Sly and Elizabeth Flamston, on Saturday, 31 January 1835 at St Phillip's C of E, Sydney, NSW, AustraliaG.1

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1835As of 31 January 1835, her married name was Sly.1
Last Edited24 Jan 2001

Citations

  1. [S209] Peter Mayberry, "The Passmore Family," e-mail to Robert Mote, 2001.

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John William Sly1

M, #31224, b. 4 February 1824, d. 10 August 1902
FatherJohn William Sly1 b. c 1767, d. 28 Dec 1829
MotherElizabeth Flamston1 b. c 1784, d. 5 Aug 1853

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth4 February 1824John William Sly was born on Wednesday, 4 February 1824 at Castlereagh Street, Sydney, NSW, AustraliaG.1
He was the son of John William Sly and Elizabeth Flamston.1
Marriagecirca 1873John William was married to Martha Harment circa 1873 at Newtown, NSW, AustraliaG.1
Death10 August 1902John William Sly died on Sunday, 10 August 1902 at 95 Regent Street, Camperdown, NSW, AustraliaG, at age 78.1
Burial11 August 1902He was buried on 11 August 1902 at Church of England Cemetery, Balmain, NSW, AustraliaG.1
Last Edited24 Jan 2001

Citations

  1. [S209] Peter Mayberry, "The Passmore Family," e-mail to Robert Mote, 2001.

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Martha Harment1

F, #31225

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Marriagecirca 1873Martha was married to John William Sly, son of John William Sly and Elizabeth Flamston, circa 1873 at Newtown, NSW, AustraliaG.1

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1873As of circa 1873, her married name was Sly.1
Last Edited24 Jan 2001

Citations

  1. [S209] Peter Mayberry, "The Passmore Family," e-mail to Robert Mote, 2001.

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Spencer Whiteman

M, #31226, b. 3 April 1836, d. 20 August 1907
FatherJohn Whiteman b. 15 May 1814, d. 7 May 1898
MotherHarriet Vinal b. 1812, d. 14 Dec 1849

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth3 April 1836Spencer Whiteman was born on Sunday, 3 April 1836 at Sussex, EnglandG.1
He was the son of John Whiteman and Harriet Vinal.
Marriage3 March 1862Spencer was married to Catherine Frances Bridge on Monday, 3 March 1862 at Wollombi, NSW, AustraliaG.2,3,1
Death20 August 1907Spencer Whiteman died on Tuesday, 20 August 1907 at Grafton, NSW, AustraliaG, at age 71.3,1

Voyages

DateDetails
13 June 1837Spencer Whiteman was a passenger aboard The Ship Augusta Jessie which sailed from Portsmouth, Hampshire, EnglandG, on Tuesday, 13 June 1837 and arrived in Sydney on 11 October 1837.

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
Num ChildSpencer Whiteman and Catherine Frances Bridge had nine children.3
OccupationSpencer Whiteman was a tin miner.3
ChartsDescendant Chart - John Whiteman
Last Edited17 Jan 2003

Citations

  1. [S345] Fiona Marsden, "William Whiteman," e-mail to Robert Mote, 30 December 2002, e-mail dated 13 January 2003.
  2. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Wollombi; Year: 1862; Number: 3229.
  3. [S210] Robynne Stewart, "Spencer Whiteman," e-mail to Robert Mote, January 2001.

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Catherine Frances Bridge1,2

F, #31227, d. 1930

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Marriage3 March 1862Catherine Frances was married to Spencer Whiteman, son of John Whiteman and Harriet Vinal, on Monday, 3 March 1862 at Wollombi, NSW, AustraliaG.3,1,2
Death1930Catherine Frances Bridge died in 1930 at Tinga, NSW, AustraliaG.1

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1862As of 1862, her married name was Whiteman.1

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
Num ChildCatherine Frances Bridge and Spencer Whiteman had nine children.1
ChartsDescendant Chart - John Whiteman
Last Edited17 Jan 2003

Citations

  1. [S210] Robynne Stewart, "Spencer Whiteman," e-mail to Robert Mote, January 2001.
  2. [S345] Fiona Marsden, "William Whiteman," e-mail to Robert Mote, 30 December 2002, e-mail dated 13 January 2003.
  3. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Wollombi; Year: 1862; Number: 3229.

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Unknown Brock

M, #31230

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
MarriageUnknown was married to Shirley Evelyn Thompson, daughter of William Henry Thompson and Ada Kentwell, at AustraliaG.
ChartsIndented Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Box Descendant Chart - Thomas Beane
Descendant Chart - Samuel James
Last Edited15 Mar 2008

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Barbara Wilson Jackson1,2

F, #31236, b. 24 September 1886, d. 15 February 1980
FatherJonas Jackson b. c Sep 1859, d. 25 Mar 1901
MotherMary Jane Wilson b. 12 Aug 1863, d. 15 May 1888
Relationship5th great-granddaughter of John Jackson

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth24 September 1886Barbara Wilson Jackson was born on Friday, 24 September 1886 at 43 Cemetery Road, Gateshead, Durham, EnglandG.1,3
She was the daughter of Jonas Jackson and Mary Jane Wilson.
Marriage10 May 1904Barbara Wilson Jackson witnessed the marriage of Robert Mann Wilson and Elizabeth Jameson Stonebanks on 10 May 1904 at St Mary's, South Shields, Durham, EnglandG.4
Marriage7 November 1911Barbara Wilson was married to James Allen, son of Charles William Allen, on Tuesday, 7 November 1911 at St Stephen, South Shields, Durham, EnglandG. The witnesses were George R Ross and Mary A Lamb.4
Death15 February 1980Barbara Wilson Jackson died on Friday, 15 February 1980 at Limber House Rest Home, 19 Cliffe Park, Sunderland, EnglandG, at age 93.5

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1911As of 25 November 1911, her married name was Allen.2
ChartsDescendant Chart - Edward Eglintine
Descendant Chart - John Jackson
Descendant Chart - John Wilson
Last Edited3 Sep 2004

Citations

  1. [S330] 1901 England Census.
  2. [S473] Brian Keith Wilson, "John Wilson Descendants," e-mail to Janice Mote, August 2004.
  3. [S473] Brian Keith Wilson, "John Wilson Descendants," e-mail to Janice Mote, August 2004, obtained from her birth certificate.
  4. [S473] Brian Keith Wilson, "John Wilson Descendants," e-mail to Janice Mote, August 2004, Obtained from their marriage certificate.
  5. [S473] Brian Keith Wilson, "John Wilson Descendants," e-mail to Janice Mote, August 2004, obtained from her death certificate.

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Leonard I'Anson1

M, #31237, b. 1 September 1838, d. 28 August 1923
Leonard I'Anson
FatherLeonard I'Anson2 b. 21 Sep 1810, d. 7 Feb 1875
MotherMaria Plested2 b. 21 Sep 1816, d. 21 Mar 1907
Relationship9th great-grandson of John I'Anson

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1 September 1838Leonard I'Anson was born on Saturday, 1 September 1838 at London, EnglandG.3
He was the son of Leonard I'Anson and Maria Plested.2
Baptism3 December 1838Leonard I'Anson was baptized on Monday, 3 December 1838 at All Hallows, London Wall, EnglandG.3
Marriage12 October 1864Leonard was married to Emma Nourse, daughter of Richard Nourse and Mary Ann Bickford, on Wednesday, 12 October 1864 at AustraliaG.3
Death28 August 1923Leonard I'Anson died on Tuesday, 28 August 1923 at Semaphore, SA, AustraliaG, at age 84.3

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
NicknameLeonard I'Anson was often called My London Boy by his mother.

Voyages

DateDetails
30 January 1839Leonard I'Anson was a passenger aboard The Barque City of Adelaide which sailed from Port of London, EnglandG, on Wednesday, 30 January 1839 and made port in South Australia on 20 July 1839 under Captain Donaldson. While in the English Channel the barque was dismasted and had to put back to port for repairs. The voyage was a rough one; three times the passengers were battened down. Leonard I'Anson was made a constable in charge of the immigrants during the voyage. The barque was carrying general cargo, some passengers and 75 immigrants.3

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
Anecdote1839During the voyage to Sydney, Leonard was involved in quite an adventure. The ship had put in to Rio de Janeiro for repairs, and while waiting there, a coloured woman picked up baby Leonard and made off with him. His mother gave chase, calling out, "Give me back my child." When captured the woman protested that she wanted a white baby. She had already hung a charm around his neck to ward off disease.3

Family with

Emma Nourse b. 3 Dec 1842, d. 28 Aug 1913
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - John I'Anson
Last Edited3 Oct 2004

Citations

  1. [S216] Jessie C I'Anson, The I'Anson Family, Chart.
  2. [S216] Jessie C I'Anson, The I'Anson Family, page: 5.
  3. [S216] Jessie C I'Anson, The I'Anson Family, page: 9.
  4. [S216] Jessie C I'Anson, The I'Anson Family, page: 10.

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Emma Nourse1

F, #31238, b. 3 December 1842, d. 28 August 1913
FatherRichard Nourse2 b. 11 Jan 1818, d. 14 Jun 1902
MotherMary Ann Bickford2 b. c 1821, d. 29 Nov 1902

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth3 December 1842Emma Nourse was born on Saturday, 3 December 1842 at Adelaide, Province of South Australia, AustraliaG.3
She was the daughter of Richard Nourse and Mary Ann Bickford.2
BirthEmma Nourse was born at Holy Trinity Church, North Terrace, Adelaide, Province of South Australia, AustraliaG.4
Marriage12 October 1864Emma was married to Leonard I'Anson, son of Leonard I'Anson and Maria Plested, on Wednesday, 12 October 1864 at AustraliaG.2
Death28 August 1913Emma Nourse died on Thursday, 28 August 1913 at Semaphore, SA, AustraliaG, at age 70.3

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1864As of 12 October 1864, her married name was I'Anson.1

Family with

Leonard I'Anson b. 1 Sep 1838, d. 28 Aug 1923
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - John I'Anson
Last Edited7 Mar 2001

Citations

  1. [S216] Jessie C I'Anson, The I'Anson Family, Chart.
  2. [S216] Jessie C I'Anson, The I'Anson Family, page: 9.
  3. [S216] Jessie C I'Anson, The I'Anson Family, page: 10.
  4. [S225] Irene Steen, The Nourse Family, Page: 29.
  5. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Yass; Year: 1893; Number: 39972.

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The Barque City of Adelaide

#31239

Description

DateDescription
The Barque City of Adelaide was described as a barque of 280 tons.

Voyages

DateDetails
30 January 1839The Barque City of Adelaide sailed from Port of London, EnglandG, on Wednesday, 30 January 1839 with Leonard I'Anson, Leonard I'Anson and Maria Plested aboard and made port in South Australia on 20 July 1839 under Captain Donaldson. While in the English Channel the barque was dismasted and had to put back to port for repairs. The voyage was a rough one; three times the passengers were battened down. Leonard I'Anson was made a constable in charge of the immigrants during the voyage. The barque was carrying general cargo, some passengers and 75 immigrants.1
Last Edited20 Aug 2005

Citations

  1. [S216] Jessie C I'Anson, The I'Anson Family, page: 9.

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Leonard I'Anson1

M, #31240, b. 21 September 1810, d. 7 February 1875
Leonard I'Anson
FatherLeonard I'Anson2 b. 1780, d. 24 Jun 1829
MotherAnn Patience North2
Relationship8th great-grandson of John I'Anson

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth21 September 1810Leonard I'Anson was born on Friday, 21 September 1810 at London Bishop's Gate Within, England.1
He was the son of Leonard I'Anson and Ann Patience North.2
Marriage14 September 1837Leonard was married to Maria Plested on Thursday, 14 September 1837 at St Luke's Church, England.1
Death7 February 1875Leonard I'Anson died on Sunday, 7 February 1875 at Prospect Hill Farm, Steelton, SA, AustraliaG, at age 64.1,3
BurialHe was buried at Tot Hill Churchyard, SA, Australia.3

Voyages

DateDetails
30 January 1839Leonard I'Anson was a passenger aboard The Barque City of Adelaide which sailed from Port of London, EnglandG, on Wednesday, 30 January 1839 and made port in South Australia on 20 July 1839 under Captain Donaldson. While in the English Channel the barque was dismasted and had to put back to port for repairs. The voyage was a rough one; three times the passengers were battened down. Leonard I'Anson was made a constable in charge of the immigrants during the voyage. The barque was carrying general cargo, some passengers and 75 immigrants.4

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
ReligionLeonard I'Anson was
     Religion took a very real place in the lives of the family. Though they were members of the Anglican Communion they joined with the Primitive Methodists when that Church was opened at Pancharpoo in 1858; the land for which was given by My Joseph Kinsey of Salisbury, whose daughter Martha later married John I'Anson. The young people entered into all the activities of the Church; John, Frederick and Thomas becoming local preachers. Matilda, Thomas and Emily "pitched the tunes", and led the singing in the days before an organ was introduced into the church. When the organ finally appeared it was viewed with much disfavour, and for some time was counted an interloper.5
EducationHe was educated at Christ's Hospital, the Blue-coat School, West Horsham, EnglandG.1
Occupationbefore 1837He was went to sea on a whaling vessel for about three years before 1837.1
Article1858Mr I'Anson drew up the plans for the family home on Prospect Hill Farm. The home consisted of six large rooms, a large cellar and pantry, and a 66 foot long hall. The hollow walls were 12 feet high and 18 inches thick. Also there was a detached kitchen and dairy. Mr Nourse, a master builder, was brought up from Adelaide to erect the building. The stone was taken from a quarry on the property; a soft multi-coloured stone being used for the front walls. The natural markings in the stone took various shapes - a cross, a dome, spoons, boots, lakes, a heart, etc, can easily be picked out. In later years verandahs were added to the four sides, two stone rooms for the working men, a stone barn and sheds were among other improvements.6
Article1874Mr I'Anson's hobby was carving, and when ill health forced him to lead a less active life, he gave much of his time to this work. two whale's teeth and two pieces of whale bone, relics of his whaling days, show delicate and quaint designs, carved and drawn by himself. All of his work was done without the aid of set squares, yet with crude and simple tools he executed a number of fine pieces of carving, using pictures and prints for models. The family have preserved these tools wrapped up as he left them.
     The younger members of the family took great delight in bringing their father the materials he needed - the soft multi-coloured stone, grasses and moss to be used in some of the pieces he constructed. The finished works were put into glass cases, some of which contain: "The Ruins of Netley Abbey", "Charles Dicken's Estate", "Viscount Lewisham's Estate", a light-house, a case of deer, and another of two hounds and a horse, and a horse 12 inches high. The most ambitious piece being "The Unknown City", which was always a great delight to the grandchildren. The tiny lamp-posts in the streets, the glassed windows, and the quaint names and signs over the shop doors and windows.6

Family with

Maria Plested b. 21 Sep 1816, d. 21 Mar 1907
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - John I'Anson
Last Edited3 Oct 2004

Citations

  1. [S216] Jessie C I'Anson, The I'Anson Family, page: 5.
  2. [S216] Jessie C I'Anson, The I'Anson Family, chart.
  3. [S225] Irene Steen, The Nourse Family, Page: 49.
  4. [S216] Jessie C I'Anson, The I'Anson Family, page: 9.
  5. [S216] Jessie C I'Anson, The I'Anson Family, page: 8.
  6. [S216] Jessie C I'Anson, The I'Anson Family, page: 7.
  7. [S216] Jessie C I'Anson, The I'Anson Family, Page: 6.

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