Lester Edgerton1

M, #40961, b. 3 August 1922, d. 3 July 1996
FatherFrederick Isaac Edgerton1 d. a 1961
MotherCharlotte Matilda Gorham1 b. 14 Jun 1893, d. 20 Sep 1958

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth3 August 1922Lester Edgerton was born on Thursday, 3 August 1922 at Rye Park, NSW, Australia.1
He was the son of Frederick Isaac Edgerton and Charlotte Matilda Gorham.1
Death3 July 1996Lester Edgerton died on Wednesday, 3 July 1996 at Australia at age 73.1
ChartsDescendant Chart - Henry Gorham
Last Edited3 Jul 2005

Citations

  1. [S384] Various Family Trees, online http://RootsWeb.com, Tree entered by Brad Gorham.

PLEASE NOTE: While I do my best to validate data included on this web page I offer no guarantee as to its accuracy.

Kenneth Gorham Edgerton1

M, #40962, b. 26 April 1926, d. 10 July 1938
FatherFrederick Isaac Edgerton1 d. a 1961
MotherCharlotte Matilda Gorham1 b. 14 Jun 1893, d. 20 Sep 1958

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth26 April 1926Kenneth Gorham Edgerton was born on Monday, 26 April 1926 at Quandialla, NSW, Australia.1
He was the son of Frederick Isaac Edgerton and Charlotte Matilda Gorham.1
Death10 July 1938Kenneth Gorham Edgerton died on Sunday, 10 July 1938 at Young, NSW, Australia, at age 12.1
ChartsDescendant Chart - Henry Gorham
Last Edited3 Dec 2005

Citations

  1. [S384] Various Family Trees, online http://RootsWeb.com, Tree entered by Brad Gorham.

PLEASE NOTE: While I do my best to validate data included on this web page I offer no guarantee as to its accuracy.

Keith Edgerton1

M, #40963, b. 10 September 1928, d. 4 April 1998
FatherFrederick Isaac Edgerton1 d. a 1961
MotherCharlotte Matilda Gorham1 b. 14 Jun 1893, d. 20 Sep 1958

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth10 September 1928Keith Edgerton was born on Monday, 10 September 1928 at Quandialla, NSW, Australia.1
He was the son of Frederick Isaac Edgerton and Charlotte Matilda Gorham.1
Death4 April 1998Keith Edgerton died on Saturday, 4 April 1998 at Australia at age 69.1
ChartsDescendant Chart - Henry Gorham
Last Edited3 Jul 2005

Citations

  1. [S384] Various Family Trees, online http://RootsWeb.com, Tree entered by Brad Gorham.

PLEASE NOTE: While I do my best to validate data included on this web page I offer no guarantee as to its accuracy.

Neville Douglas Edgerton1

M, #40964, b. 31 December 1932, d. 25 December 1972
FatherFrederick Isaac Edgerton1 d. a 1961
MotherCharlotte Matilda Gorham1 b. 14 Jun 1893, d. 20 Sep 1958

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth31 December 1932Neville Douglas Edgerton was born on Saturday, 31 December 1932 at Quandialla, NSW, Australia.1
He was the son of Frederick Isaac Edgerton and Charlotte Matilda Gorham.1
Death25 December 1972Neville Douglas Edgerton died on Monday, 25 December 1972 at Australia at age 39.1
ChartsDescendant Chart - Henry Gorham
Last Edited3 Jul 2005

Citations

  1. [S384] Various Family Trees, online http://RootsWeb.com, Tree entered by Brad Gorham.

PLEASE NOTE: While I do my best to validate data included on this web page I offer no guarantee as to its accuracy.

Ada Ethel May Gorham1

F, #40965, b. 23 November 1893, d. 5 April 1980
FatherAbraham Gorham1 b. 8 Apr 1851, d. 7 May 1937
MotherEllen Mewburn1

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth23 November 1893Ada Ethel May Gorham was born on Thursday, 23 November 1893 at Florence Vale, Kennys Creek, NSW, Australia.1
She was the daughter of Abraham Gorham and Ellen Mewburn.1
Marriage6 August 1913Ada Ethel May was married to Robert A Edgerton on Wednesday, 6 August 1913 at Rye Park, NSW, Australia.1
Death5 April 1980Ada Ethel May Gorham died on Saturday, 5 April 1980 at Willoughby, NSW, Australia, at age 86.1

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married NameHer married name was Edgerton.

Family with

Robert A Edgerton
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Henry Gorham
Last Edited3 Jul 2005

Citations

  1. [S384] Various Family Trees, online http://RootsWeb.com, Tree entered by Brad Gorham.

PLEASE NOTE: While I do my best to validate data included on this web page I offer no guarantee as to its accuracy.

Robert A Edgerton1

M, #40966

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
DeathRobert A Edgerton died at Willoughby, NSW, Australia.1
BirthHe was born at Rye Park, NSW, Australia.1
Marriage6 August 1913Robert A was married to Ada Ethel May Gorham, daughter of Abraham Gorham and Ellen Mewburn, on Wednesday, 6 August 1913 at Rye Park, NSW.1

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
OccupationRobert A Edgerton was a Farmer.1

Family with

Ada Ethel May Gorham b. 23 Nov 1893, d. 5 Apr 1980
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Henry Gorham
Last Edited3 Jul 2005

Citations

  1. [S384] Various Family Trees, online http://RootsWeb.com, Tree entered by Brad Gorham.

PLEASE NOTE: While I do my best to validate data included on this web page I offer no guarantee as to its accuracy.

Eudoxia Edgerton1

F, #40967, b. 6 February 1914, d. 9 September 1933
FatherRobert A Edgerton1
MotherAda Ethel May Gorham1 b. 23 Nov 1893, d. 5 Apr 1980

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth6 February 1914Eudoxia Edgerton was born on Friday, 6 February 1914 at Kennys Creek, NSW, Australia.1
She was the daughter of Robert A Edgerton and Ada Ethel May Gorham.1
Death9 September 1933Eudoxia Edgerton died on Saturday, 9 September 1933 at Kennys Creek, NSW, at age 19.1

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Nickname[R=Principal][C= , 0, 0] Eudoxia Edgerton was more familiarly known as Doxie.1
ChartsDescendant Chart - Henry Gorham
Last Edited3 Jul 2005

Citations

  1. [S384] Various Family Trees, online http://RootsWeb.com, Tree entered by Brad Gorham.

PLEASE NOTE: While I do my best to validate data included on this web page I offer no guarantee as to its accuracy.

Ulric G Edgerton1

M, #40968, b. 12 December 1915, d. 25 June 1989
FatherRobert A Edgerton1
MotherAda Ethel May Gorham1 b. 23 Nov 1893, d. 5 Apr 1980

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth12 December 1915Ulric G Edgerton was born on Sunday, 12 December 1915 at Kennys Creek, NSW, Australia.1
He was the son of Robert A Edgerton and Ada Ethel May Gorham.1
Marriage14 February 1941Ulric G was married to an unidentified person on Friday, 14 February 1941.1
Marriage1962Ulric G was married to an unidentified person in 1962.1
Death25 June 1989He died on Sunday, 25 June 1989 at age 73.1

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
OccupationUlric G Edgerton was a Commercial Air Pilot.1
ChartsDescendant Chart - Henry Gorham
Last Edited3 Jul 2005

Citations

  1. [S384] Various Family Trees, online http://RootsWeb.com, Tree entered by Brad Gorham.

PLEASE NOTE: While I do my best to validate data included on this web page I offer no guarantee as to its accuracy.

William Furrill1

M, #40969
FatherMichael Furrill
MotherJudith Ann Watson

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
William Furrill was the son of Michael Furrill and Judith Ann Watson.
Marriage1834William was married to Susan Ann Percival in 1834 at Kent, England.1
Marriage1 November 1852William was married to Ann Foley on Monday, 1 November 1852 at St Clements Church, Yass, NSW, Australia.1

Voyages

DateDetails
26 March 1838William Furrill was a passenger aboard The Barque Westminster which sailed from Gravesend, Kent, England, on Monday, 26 March 1838 with 251 emigrants and arrived in Sydney, NSW on 27 June 1838. The Master was Alexander Molison and the Surgeon was Dr James Lawrence. There were 9 births and 10 deaths during the voyage.

A description of the voyage from Gravesend to Sydney by the Ship's Surgeon, James Lawrence.
The grand objects kept steadily in view during the whole of the voyage were the preservation of the Emigrants' health and the improvement of their minds. The means employed for effecting the first object were daily inspection of the people and of the ship, the utmost attention to cleaning, ventilation and to the victualling and clothing of the Emigrants; their comfort and medical treatment.
My mode of cleaning the berths and decks was by scraping and dry rubbing and then spreading with chloride of lime and sometimes vinegar. When within the tropics the lower deck was washed several times but all moisture was avoided as much as possible. In high latitudes the swing stoves were in constant use for the purpose of promoting warmth, dryness and a _______. Abundance of soap and water were allowed for each and the people were cleanly in their persons and happy. There were on board a good band of musicians who assembled on the poop at suitable times for the purpose of playing which promoted cheerfulness and _______ amusements.
The whole of the Emigrants were Protestant. Divine Service was performed every Sunday then closed with a sermon and religious tracts were distributed amongst all the Emigrants.
On the days the children who were able, amounting to 36 boys and 25 girls, attended school conducted by John Morgan, one of the Emigrants, under whom were seven teachers: four for the boys and three for the girls. They taught the children reading and writing and arithmetic very well.
They were also taught daily, the chief truths of the Christian religion by use of the catechisms and the senior classes became so perfect in their knowledge as not only to have committed the catechisms to memory but to have a clear understanding of them.
I took care before leaving England to be provided with an abundant supply of school books and I was most fortunate in having such a man as John Morgan for schoolmaster, for a more indefatigable, zealous teacher I have never met.
After the people had got over their sea sickness, there were very few days during the whole passage, although the latter part of it was very stormy; that the school was not regularly kept. It commenced at 10 o'clock a.m. and was dismissed at noon and met again at 2 p.m. and finished at four.
I also took to have on board a pretty good collection of books of such a description as I thought would interest the Emigrant and promote a taste for reading and enquiry amongst them such as voyages and travels - history of nations and work so elementary of different scientific subjects as to be easily comprehended. There were likewise on board from different sources a sufficiency of bibles and prayer books and other religious and moral books.
(Signed) James Lawrence, Surgeon.

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
ArticleApril 1838On arrival in Sydney, William Furrill bought a horse and cart in which to place his wife and child. He walked all the way to Yass leading the horse and making camp by night. As it was June when they arrived, it must have been bitterly cold without proper shelter. Provisions would have had to be bought in Sydney and placed aboard the cart. Horse, cart and food would have been very expensive. Usually people travelled in groups and helped one another.

Family with

Susan Ann Percival d. 11 Dec 1839
Child
Last Edited16 Jul 2005

Citations

  1. [S273] Rob Ryan, "Rob Ryan & Nita Crossley," e-mail to Robert Mote, 24 January 2002 +.

PLEASE NOTE: While I do my best to validate data included on this web page I offer no guarantee as to its accuracy.

Susan Ann Percival1

F, #40970, d. 11 December 1839

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Marriage1834Susan Ann was married to William Furrill, son of Michael Furrill and Judith Ann Watson, in 1834 at Kent, England.1
Death11 December 1839Susan Ann Percival died on Wednesday, 11 December 1839 at Yass, NSW, Australia.1

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1834As of 1834, her married name was Furrill.1

Voyages

DateDetails
26 March 1838Susan Ann Percival was a passenger aboard The Barque Westminster which sailed from Gravesend, Kent, England, on Monday, 26 March 1838 with 251 emigrants and arrived in Sydney, NSW on 27 June 1838. The Master was Alexander Molison and the Surgeon was Dr James Lawrence. There were 9 births and 10 deaths during the voyage.

A description of the voyage from Gravesend to Sydney by the Ship's Surgeon, James Lawrence.
The grand objects kept steadily in view during the whole of the voyage were the preservation of the Emigrants' health and the improvement of their minds. The means employed for effecting the first object were daily inspection of the people and of the ship, the utmost attention to cleaning, ventilation and to the victualling and clothing of the Emigrants; their comfort and medical treatment.
My mode of cleaning the berths and decks was by scraping and dry rubbing and then spreading with chloride of lime and sometimes vinegar. When within the tropics the lower deck was washed several times but all moisture was avoided as much as possible. In high latitudes the swing stoves were in constant use for the purpose of promoting warmth, dryness and a _______. Abundance of soap and water were allowed for each and the people were cleanly in their persons and happy. There were on board a good band of musicians who assembled on the poop at suitable times for the purpose of playing which promoted cheerfulness and _______ amusements.
The whole of the Emigrants were Protestant. Divine Service was performed every Sunday then closed with a sermon and religious tracts were distributed amongst all the Emigrants.
On the days the children who were able, amounting to 36 boys and 25 girls, attended school conducted by John Morgan, one of the Emigrants, under whom were seven teachers: four for the boys and three for the girls. They taught the children reading and writing and arithmetic very well.
They were also taught daily, the chief truths of the Christian religion by use of the catechisms and the senior classes became so perfect in their knowledge as not only to have committed the catechisms to memory but to have a clear understanding of them.
I took care before leaving England to be provided with an abundant supply of school books and I was most fortunate in having such a man as John Morgan for schoolmaster, for a more indefatigable, zealous teacher I have never met.
After the people had got over their sea sickness, there were very few days during the whole passage, although the latter part of it was very stormy; that the school was not regularly kept. It commenced at 10 o'clock a.m. and was dismissed at noon and met again at 2 p.m. and finished at four.
I also took to have on board a pretty good collection of books of such a description as I thought would interest the Emigrant and promote a taste for reading and enquiry amongst them such as voyages and travels - history of nations and work so elementary of different scientific subjects as to be easily comprehended. There were likewise on board from different sources a sufficiency of bibles and prayer books and other religious and moral books.
(Signed) James Lawrence, Surgeon.

Family with

William Furrill
Child
Last Edited15 Jul 2005

Citations

  1. [S273] Rob Ryan, "Rob Ryan & Nita Crossley," e-mail to Robert Mote, 24 January 2002 +.

PLEASE NOTE: While I do my best to validate data included on this web page I offer no guarantee as to its accuracy.

Ellen Manning1

F, #40971, b. circa 1868, d. before 1881
FatherThomas Manning1 b. 16 Apr 1842, d. 1910
MotherMaria Flack1 b. 1847, d. 21 Jan 1881

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birthcirca 1868Ellen Manning was born circa 1868 at Chrishall, Essex, England.1
She was the daughter of Thomas Manning and Maria Flack.1
Deathbefore 1881Ellen Manning died before 1881 at Chrishall, Essex.1
Last Edited11 Jul 2005

Citations

  1. [S70] Kay Lynette Gilmour, Corby Tree.

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Emma Kemp1

F, #40972

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
MarriageEmma was married to Joseph Flack at England.1

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married NameHer married name was Flack.1

Family with

Joseph Flack
Children
Last Edited11 Jul 2005

Citations

  1. [S70] Kay Lynette Gilmour, Corby Tree.

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Gordon Manning1

M, #40973, b. circa 1896
FatherThomas Manning1 b. 16 Apr 1842, d. 1910
MotherDinah Flack1 b. c 1855

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birthcirca 1896Gordon Manning was born circa 1896 at Chrishall, Essex, England.1
He was the son of Thomas Manning and Dinah Flack.1
Last Edited11 Jul 2005

Citations

  1. [S70] Kay Lynette Gilmour, Corby Tree.

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Susan Bliss

F, #40976, b. 15 August 1860
FatherGeorge Henry Bliss b. Jan 1819, d. 3 Nov 1915
MotherSarah Ann Furrill b. 1835, d. 14 Jul 1919

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth15 August 1860Susan Bliss was born on Wednesday, 15 August 1860 at Yass, NSW, Australia.1,2
She was the daughter of George Henry Bliss and Sarah Ann Furrill.
Marriage8 November 1884Susan was married to Edward George Coble, son of William O'Neill Coble and Mary Ann Ditton, on Saturday, 8 November 1884 at Goulburn, NSW, Australia.1

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1884As of 8 November 1884, her married name was Coble.1

Family with

Edward George Coble b. 13 Jun 1843, d. 30 Aug 1923
Child
Last Edited15 Jul 2005

Citations

  1. [S527] Robert Coble, "The Coble Family," e-mail to Robert Mote, 2005, HTM Files.
  2. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Yass; Year: 1860; Number: 14198.

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William O'Neill Coble1

M, #40977, b. 2 December 1806, d. 8 April 1868

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth2 December 1806William O'Neill Coble was born on Tuesday, 2 December 1806 at Norfolk, England.1
Marriage27 September 1842William O'Neill was married to Mary Ann Ditton, daughter of Robert Ditton and Drucilla Furrill, by Reverend Thomas Hassall on Tuesday, 27 September 1842 at St Paul's Church of England, Cobbity, NSW, Australia.1
Marriage15 July 1850William O'Neill Coble witnessed the marriage of George Henry Bliss and Sarah Ann Furrill on 15 July 1850 at Australia.1
Death8 April 1868William O'Neill Coble died on Wednesday, 8 April 1868 at Yass, NSW, Australia, at age 61.2
Burial10 April 1868He was buried on 10 April 1868 at St Clements Church, Yass, NSW, Australia.2

Description

DateDescription
1833In 1833 William O'Neill Coble was described as 5 feet 6¼ inches tall, sallow complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes, able to read & write, Protestant, Single and a Shoemaker of 4 years. He had a scar over the left eyebrow, a scar on the back of the left hand and a burn mark on his right instep.1

Criminal Record

DatePlaceDetails
1827William O'Neill Coble was imprisoned at Swaffham House of Correction for one year after being tried for housebreaking in 1827.3
19 March 1833On 19 March 1833 William O'Neill Coble was tried at Norfolk Assizes for highway robbery, involving a sum of sixpence & halfpenny in copper money. He was sentenced to death but this was later changed to Transportation for Life.3

Voyages

DateDetails
4 July 1833William O'Neill Coble was a convict aboard The Ship Aurora which sailed from Portsmouth, Hampshire, England, on Thursday, 4 July 1833 and arrived in Sydney, NSW on 3 November 1833. The Master was Dalrymple Downson (Dawson) and the surgeon was Alex Stewart. The prison guards were from the 21st Fusiliers under Major Delisle.

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
ArticleNovember 1833William (convict number 33/2783) was assigned to Richard Yeoman of Maitland, NSW. Richard and his brother George Yeoman were both born in the Colony and were Publicans and Farmers at Wallis Plains.3
Article1852William received a Conditional Pardon on 16 July 1852. William moved with his family to Yass where he and his eldest son, Edward George, ran a bootmaker's business.1

Family with

Mary Ann Ditton b. 26 Aug 1825, d. 9 Dec 1893
Children
Last Edited15 Jul 2005

Citations

  1. [S273] Rob Ryan, "Rob Ryan & Nita Crossley," e-mail to Robert Mote, 24 January 2002 +.
  2. [S384] Various Family Trees, online http://RootsWeb.com, tree entered by B Gorham.
  3. [S527] Robert Coble, "The Coble Family," e-mail to Robert Mote, 2005.
  4. [S527] Robert Coble, "The Coble Family," e-mail to Robert Mote, 2005, HTM Files.

PLEASE NOTE: While I do my best to validate data included on this web page I offer no guarantee as to its accuracy.

Mary Ann Ditton1

F, #40978, b. 26 August 1825, d. 9 December 1893
FatherRobert Ditton b. 6 Nov 1805, d. 1895
MotherDrucilla Furrill1 b. 25 Dec 1803, d. b 1838

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth26 August 1825Mary Ann Ditton was born on Friday, 26 August 1825 at Woodchurch, Kent, England.1
She was the daughter of Robert Ditton and Drucilla Furrill.1
Marriage27 September 1842Mary Ann was married to William O'Neill Coble by Reverend Thomas Hassall on Tuesday, 27 September 1842 at St Paul's Church of England, Cobbity, NSW, Australia.1
Marriage15 July 1850Mary Ann Ditton witnessed the marriage of George Henry Bliss and Sarah Ann Furrill on 15 July 1850 at Australia.1
Death9 December 1893Mary Ann Ditton died on Saturday, 9 December 1893 at Davey's Creek, Burrowa, NSW, Australia, at age 68.1,2

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1842As of 27 September 1842, her married name was Coble.1

Voyages

DateDetails
26 March 1838Mary Ann Ditton was a passenger aboard The Barque Westminster which sailed from Gravesend, Kent, England, on Monday, 26 March 1838 with 251 emigrants and arrived in Sydney, NSW on 27 June 1838. The Master was Alexander Molison and the Surgeon was Dr James Lawrence. There were 9 births and 10 deaths during the voyage.

A description of the voyage from Gravesend to Sydney by the Ship's Surgeon, James Lawrence.
The grand objects kept steadily in view during the whole of the voyage were the preservation of the Emigrants' health and the improvement of their minds. The means employed for effecting the first object were daily inspection of the people and of the ship, the utmost attention to cleaning, ventilation and to the victualling and clothing of the Emigrants; their comfort and medical treatment.
My mode of cleaning the berths and decks was by scraping and dry rubbing and then spreading with chloride of lime and sometimes vinegar. When within the tropics the lower deck was washed several times but all moisture was avoided as much as possible. In high latitudes the swing stoves were in constant use for the purpose of promoting warmth, dryness and a _______. Abundance of soap and water were allowed for each and the people were cleanly in their persons and happy. There were on board a good band of musicians who assembled on the poop at suitable times for the purpose of playing which promoted cheerfulness and _______ amusements.
The whole of the Emigrants were Protestant. Divine Service was performed every Sunday then closed with a sermon and religious tracts were distributed amongst all the Emigrants.
On the days the children who were able, amounting to 36 boys and 25 girls, attended school conducted by John Morgan, one of the Emigrants, under whom were seven teachers: four for the boys and three for the girls. They taught the children reading and writing and arithmetic very well.
They were also taught daily, the chief truths of the Christian religion by use of the catechisms and the senior classes became so perfect in their knowledge as not only to have committed the catechisms to memory but to have a clear understanding of them.
I took care before leaving England to be provided with an abundant supply of school books and I was most fortunate in having such a man as John Morgan for schoolmaster, for a more indefatigable, zealous teacher I have never met.
After the people had got over their sea sickness, there were very few days during the whole passage, although the latter part of it was very stormy; that the school was not regularly kept. It commenced at 10 o'clock a.m. and was dismissed at noon and met again at 2 p.m. and finished at four.
I also took to have on board a pretty good collection of books of such a description as I thought would interest the Emigrant and promote a taste for reading and enquiry amongst them such as voyages and travels - history of nations and work so elementary of different scientific subjects as to be easily comprehended. There were likewise on board from different sources a sufficiency of bibles and prayer books and other religious and moral books.
(Signed) James Lawrence, Surgeon.

Family with

William O'Neill Coble b. 2 Dec 1806, d. 8 Apr 1868
Children
Last Edited15 Jul 2005

Citations

  1. [S273] Rob Ryan, "Rob Ryan & Nita Crossley," e-mail to Robert Mote, 24 January 2002 +.
  2. [S527] Robert Coble, "The Coble Family," e-mail to Robert Mote, 2005.
  3. [S527] Robert Coble, "The Coble Family," e-mail to Robert Mote, 2005, HTM Files.

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Michael Furrill1

M, #40979

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
MarriageMichael was married to Judith Ann Watson at England.1

Family with

Judith Ann Watson
Children
Last Edited16 Jul 2005

Citations

  1. [S273] Rob Ryan, "Rob Ryan & Nita Crossley," e-mail to Robert Mote, 24 January 2002 +.

PLEASE NOTE: While I do my best to validate data included on this web page I offer no guarantee as to its accuracy.

Drucilla Furrill1

F, #40980, b. 25 December 1803, d. before 1838
FatherMichael Furrill1
MotherJudith Ann Watson

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth25 December 1803Drucilla Furrill was born on Sunday, 25 December 1803 at Woodchurch, Maidstone, Kent, England.1
She was the daughter of Michael Furrill and Judith Ann Watson.1
Marriage8 November 1823Drucilla was married to Robert Ditton on Saturday, 8 November 1823 at Woodchurch, Kent, England.1
Deathbefore 1838Drucilla Furrill died before 1838 at Woodchurch, Maidstone, Kent.1

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1823As of 8 November 1823, her married name was Ditton.1

Family with

Robert Ditton b. 6 Nov 1805, d. 1895
Child
Last Edited16 Jul 2005

Citations

  1. [S273] Rob Ryan, "Rob Ryan & Nita Crossley," e-mail to Robert Mote, 24 January 2002 +.

PLEASE NOTE: While I do my best to validate data included on this web page I offer no guarantee as to its accuracy.