Richard Jones1

M, #41181, d. 1939

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Marriage1893Richard was married to Harriet Field in 1893 at Infracombe, QLD, Australia.1
Death1939Richard Jones died in 1939 at Blackall, QLD, Australia.1

Family with

Harriet Field b. 1864, d. 24 Jun 1941
Child
Last Edited20 Jan 2006

Citations

  1. [S565] Robyn Kelly, "Harriet Field," e-mail to Robert Mote, January 2006.

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Elsie Madeline Jones1

F, #41182, b. 28 July 1898, d. 21 November 1958
FatherRichard Jones1 d. 1939
MotherHarriet Field1 b. 1864, d. 24 Jun 1941

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth28 July 1898Elsie Madeline Jones was born on Thursday, 28 July 1898 at Australia.1
She was the daughter of Richard Jones and Harriet Field.1
Death21 November 1958Elsie Madeline Jones died on Friday, 21 November 1958 at Brisbane, QLD, Australia, at age 60.1
Last Edited20 Jan 2006

Citations

  1. [S565] Robyn Kelly, "Harriet Field," e-mail to Robert Mote, January 2006.

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Richard Salmon1

M, #41183

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
MarriageRichard was married to Agnes A Kenward, daughter of Henry Kenward and Fanny Harmer, at England.

Family with

Agnes A Kenward b. 1873
Child
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Last Edited24 Jan 2006

Citations

  1. [S566] Julia, "The Family of Agnes A Kenward," e-mail to Robert Mote, January 2006.

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Richard Salmon1

M, #41184
FatherRichard Salmon1
MotherAgnes A Kenward1 b. 1873
Relationships4th cousin 3 times removed of Robert Mote
6th great-grandson of Thomas Sheather

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Richard Salmon was the son of Richard Salmon and Agnes A Kenward.1
MarriageRichard was married to Sarah Ann Canning.
ChartsDescendant Chart - Thomas Sheather
Last Edited24 Jan 2006

Citations

  1. [S566] Julia, "The Family of Agnes A Kenward," e-mail to Robert Mote, January 2006.

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Sarah Ann Canning1

F, #41185

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
MarriageSarah Ann was married to Richard Salmon, son of Richard Salmon and Agnes A Kenward.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married NameHer married name was Salmon.
ChartsDescendant Chart - Thomas Sheather
Last Edited24 Jan 2006

Citations

  1. [S566] Julia, "The Family of Agnes A Kenward," e-mail to Robert Mote, January 2006.

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Bessie Kenward1

F, #41186, b. circa 1882
FatherHenry Kenward1 b. 26 Dec 1844
MotherFanny Harmer1 b. 1844
Relationships3rd cousin 4 times removed of Robert Mote
5th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sheather

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birthcirca 1882Bessie Kenward was born circa 1882.1
She was the daughter of Henry Kenward and Fanny Harmer.1
ChartsDescendant Chart - Thomas Sheather
Last Edited24 Jan 2006

Citations

  1. [S566] Julia, "The Family of Agnes A Kenward," e-mail to Robert Mote, January 2006.

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Ernest Albert Sheather1

M, #41187, b. 1910, d. 2 September 1998
FatherAlbert Ernest Sheather1 b. 1877, d. 27 Aug 1964
MotherMary Spinaze b. 8 Sep 1885, d. 2 May 1969
Relationships4th cousin 3 times removed of Robert Mote
6th great-grandson of Thomas Sheather

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1910Ernest Albert Sheather was born in 1910 at Casino, NSW, Australia.1
He was the son of Albert Ernest Sheather and Mary Spinaze.1
Marriage1929Ernest Albert Sheather was groomsman at the marriage of Gladys Elva Sheather and Philip G Linton in 1929 at Lismore, NSW, Australia.2
Marriage10 January 1933Ernest Albert Sheather was the best man at the wedding of Thelma Rachael Sheather and Wesley William Watson on 10 January 1933 at St Marks Church, Nimbin, NSW, Australia.3
Marriage1934Ernest Albert was married to Thelma O Brown in 1934 at Lismore, NSW.4
Death2 September 1998Ernest Albert Sheather died on Wednesday, 2 September 1998 at St Vincent's Hospital, Ballina, NSW, Australia.5
BurialSeptember 1998He was buried in September 1998 at the Cemetery, Balina, NSW, Australia.
ChartsDescendant Chart - Thomas Sheather
Last Edited5 Dec 2009

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Casino; Year: 1910; Number: 37089.
  2. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Lismore; Year: 1929; Number: 18582.
  3. [S999] Trove, online http://trove.nla.gov.au
  4. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Marriage Registration: Lismore; Year: 1934; Number: 18763.
  5. [S329] The Ryerson Index, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~nswsdps/dpsindex.htm

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Irene M Sheather1

F, #41188, b. 1903
FatherAlbert Ernest Sheather1 b. 1877, d. 27 Aug 1964
MotherMary Spinaze1 b. 8 Sep 1885, d. 2 May 1969
Relationships4th cousin 3 times removed of Robert Mote
6th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sheather

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1903Irene M Sheather was born in 1903 at Casino, NSW, Australia.1
She was the daughter of Albert Ernest Sheather and Mary Spinaze.1
ChartsDescendant Chart - Thomas Sheather
Last Edited24 Jan 2006

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Casino; Year: 1903; Number: 29254.

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Gladys Elva Sheather1

F, #41189, b. 1907
Philip and Elva Linton, née Sheather.
Photograph provided by Kerrie Sheather.
FatherAlbert Ernest Sheather1 b. 1877, d. 27 Aug 1964
MotherMary Spinaze1 b. 8 Sep 1885, d. 2 May 1969
Relationships4th cousin 3 times removed of Robert Mote
6th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sheather

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1907Gladys Elva Sheather was born in 1907 at Casino, NSW, Australia.1
She was the daughter of Albert Ernest Sheather and Mary Spinaze.1
Marriage1929Gladys Elva was married to Philip G Linton in 1929 at Lismore, NSW, Australia.2

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
NicknameGladys Elva Sheather was often called Elva.
Married Name1929As of 1929, her married name was Linton.2

Newspaper Articles

NewspaperDateContent
the Northern Star, Lismore, NSW, Australia18 December 1929Gladys Elva Sheather was mentioned in an article in the Northern Star, Lismore, NSW, Australia, on Wednesday, 18 December 1929 as follows:

WEDDING

LINTON-SHEATHER

St. Mark's Church, Nimbin, was beautifully decorated on the evening of November 27, when Gladys Elva, second, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Sheather, was married to Philip Geoffrey, son of the late Dr. and Mrs. Linton, of Mosman. Rev. F. G. Alex ander, of Dorrigo, officiated at the ceremony, where the bride's father gave her away. The bride wore an ankle-length period frock of white mariette, and carried an exquisite pink and white bouquet, the gift of Miss M. O 'Mara. Her attendants, Misses Thelma Sheather (sister) and Edna Bernie, were frocked in lime and mustard satin marocain, respectively, and both wore large tulle picture hats. Mr. W. Turner was best man, and Mr. E. Sheather groomsman.

The reception was held at "Irene," Cecil street, Nimbin, the home of the bride's parents, where Mrs. Sheather, in a smart ensemble of cerise and white, received the guests. The bride's navy travelling apparel was brighten ed by touches of citron. The honeymoon was spent in Sydney, from whence Mr. and Mrs. Linton motored to their future home at Orange.3


ChartsDescendant Chart - Thomas Sheather
Last Edited21 Apr 2014

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Casino; Year: 1907; Number: 12297.
  2. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Lismore; Year: 1929; Number: 18582.
  3. [S999] Trove, online http://trove.nla.gov.au

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Thelma Rachael Sheather1

F, #41190, b. 1909
FatherAlbert Ernest Sheather1 b. 1877, d. 27 Aug 1964
MotherMary Spinaze1 b. 8 Sep 1885, d. 2 May 1969
Relationships4th cousin 3 times removed of Robert Mote
6th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sheather

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1909Thelma Rachael Sheather was born in 1909 at Casino, NSW, Australia.1
She was the daughter of Albert Ernest Sheather and Mary Spinaze.1
Marriage1929Thelma Rachael Sheather was a bridesmaid at the wedding of Gladys Elva Sheather and Philip G Linton in 1929 at Lismore, NSW, Australia.2
Marriage10 January 1933Thelma Rachael was married to Wesley William Watson on Tuesday, 10 January 1933 at St Marks Church, Nimbin, NSW, Australia.3

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1933As of 10 January 1933, her married name was Watson.3

Newspaper Articles

NewspaperDateContent
the Northern Star, Lismore, NSW, Australia10 February 1933Thelma Rachael Sheather was mentioned in an article in the Northern Star, Lismore, NSW, Australia, on Friday, 10 February 1933 as follows:

WATSON-SHEATHER

On the eve of January 10 St. Mark's Church, Nimbin, was prettily decorated by friends for the wedding of Thelma Rachael, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Sheather, Nimbin, to Wesley William, third son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Watson, Tumbuigum.

Mr. Tom Pritchard, Grafton, presided at the organ, and the Rev. F. G. Alexander came from Dorrigo to officiate at the ceremony.

The bride's nephew, Master Bertie Howard, who preceded the wedding party into the church, was dressed in a long white satin suit and carried the wedding ring on a white satin initialled cushion, the work and gift of Miss Merle Prosser.

The bride, who entered the church on the arm of her father, wore a lace frock with a studded frangipanni spray at the waist, from which hung long shaded pink satin ribbon. Her cut tulle veil, which just tipped her white satin shoes, was held in place with orange blossoms. She carried a posy of frangipanni and pink roses.

Miss Merle Prosser, of Lismore, and Miss Lorna Englert, of Sydney, who attended the bride, were dressed alike in tight fitting frocks of burnt-orange organdie with frilled godets. They wore smart black lace hats trimmed with large organdie bows, long black gloves, burnt-orange satin shoes and carried sheaths of Christmas bells.

Mr. E. A. Sheather, brother of the bride, carried out the duties of best man, and Mr. A. F. Watson, brother of the bridegroom, was groomsman.

During the signing of the register, Mr. S. J. Allsopp sang "Because," and the wedding party left the church to the strains of the Wedding March.

Mr. and Mrs. Sheather received the guests at their residence, ''Irene,' Cecil-street. Mrs. Sheather wore a chic navy ensemble and carried a bouquet of red roses.

Mrs. Watson, the bridegroom's mother, wore a becoming black frock and carried a bouquet of pink snap- dragons.

The feature of the wedding breakfast was the square three tiered wedding cake, which was made and decorated by the bride's father.

Lido blue flat crepe was chosen by the bride for her travelling frock and was set off by her white hat, nigger shoes and handbag.

Mr. and Mrs. Watson left in their car for a three weeks' tour of Sydney, Katoomba and the western districts.

Both sisters of the bride, Mrs. R. C. Howard, Bowraville, and Mrs. P. G. Linton, Orange, were present at the wedding.3


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Last Edited21 Apr 2014

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Casino; Year: 1909; Number: 23849.
  2. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Lismore; Year: 1929; Number: 18582.
  3. [S999] Trove, online http://trove.nla.gov.au

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Thelma O Brown1

F, #41193

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Marriage1934Thelma O was married to Ernest Albert Sheather, son of Albert Ernest Sheather and Mary Spinaze, in 1934 at Lismore, NSW, Australia.1

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1934As of 1934, her married name was Sheather.1
ChartsDescendant Chart - Thomas Sheather
Last Edited11 Sep 2011

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Marriage Registration: Lismore; Year: 1934; Number: 18763.

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The Barque Woodbridge

#41194, b. 1809

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1809The Barque Woodbridge was built in 1809 at Calcutta, India.

Description

DateDescription
1841In 1841 The Barque Woodbridge was described as as a barque of 516 tons, built in Calcutta in 1809. The between decks were more than 7 feet in height and very spacious.

Voyages

DateDetails
22 April 1838The Barque Woodbridge sailed from Deptford, England, on Sunday, 22 April 1838 with Moses Goodfellow, Jane Clarke, Ellen Goodfellow, Thomas Biffin, Grace Goodfellow, Sarah Jane Biffin, John Albury, Ann Ralph and Mercy Mary Albury aboard and arrived in Sydney, NSW on 15 September 1838 under Captain Dobson. The Surgeon Superintendant was Alexander Stewart and the following is his report on the voyage:

APRIL 1838
On the 22nd April 1838, I was appointed by Lord Glenelg (Secretary of State for the Colonies), as Surgeon Superintendent of the Emigrant ship "Woodbridge" bound for Sydney. Being completed with water and provisions the ship was dropped down from Deptford to Gravesend the 22nd of same (April), then the following day, 76 persons were embarked and 61 more on the 24th completing the number to be taken on board in the river (Thames). They were chiefly farm labourers from the counties of Sussex and Kent and generally healthy, but a few of the children had a pustular eruption on the face, said by the parents to have taken place after vaccination. In the afternoon of the 25th we got under weigh and again anchored in the sea reach, the winds becoming unfavourable and blowing strong. 26th 4.00pm got up anchor and made sail in the evening, the wind and the tide being against us, the ship was brought up at Mole. At noon on the 27th again weighed anchor, made all sails and having a fair breeze the ship came to anchor off Cowes, Isle of Wight at 11am on the 28th April. On the 2nd May embarked 130 emigrants from Wiltshire, the greater number of these were also farm servants and married with families. The day after the last came aboard I found out that some of the children were suffering from whooping cough, but with one exception, of a mild character. No means could be adopted for the separation from the healthy and I am happy to say no serious consequences followed. Only a few cases subsequently occurred and these were very mild requiring some medical treatment. On the 7th May at 7.00am weighed and made all sail running through The Needles with a modest breeze and fine weather.
MAY 1838
During the month of May the weather was fine with moderate breezes. The thermometer averaged at noon, 63 degrees, maximum 83 degrees, in latitude 7 degrees north, minimum 50 degrees off Cowes, nine days of which rain fell, chiefly near the equator and in heavy showers of short duration. Winds were 7 days NE, 1 day NEbE, 1 day NNE, 1 day NW, 1 day NNW, 3 days SW, 1 day SSE, 1 day SEbE, 3 days E, 1 day EbS, 7 days ENE, 1 day EbN, 3 days variable with calms. 48 cases were put on the sick list principally obstipatic and dysenteric. Many of the females suffered much from sea sickness, of whom 30 were cured and two children died, one of inanition and the other from dysentery.
JUNE 1838
June for the most part, fine with moderate and variable winds. Thermometer averaged 77 degrees, maximum 85 degrees in a latitude 4 north, minimum 66 degrees in latitude 28 degrees south. 17 days of which rain fell in heavy transient showers with occasional thunder and lightning. Winds 1 day NE, 9 days SE, 3 days SSE, 1 day SEbE and 13 days variable with calms. Added to the sick list 55, cured 54, two children died of dysentery,the same diseases prevailed as the last month.
JULY 1838 July, on the 21st of this month, finding the bowel affections continuing on unabated and also with symptoms of scurvy making their appearance, I judged it necessary for the benefit of the health of the emigrants to put into some port to enable me to procure fresh provisions. Accordingly I wrote to the Master of the ship requesting him to take her to the nearest convenient harbour for that purpose. On the same day we arrived at Simmons Bay, Cape of Good Hope, where I purchased 2501 pounds of beef and mutton and half that quantity of mixed vegetables, having also taken on board 8 tons of water. No fruit was available. We proceeded on our passage on the 26th. The weather this month was more unsettled, the winds being stronger and a good deal of thick foggy atmosphere. The 29th and the 30th days were particularly thick and muggy with torrents of rain and much thunder and lightning, which so injured our remaining fresh beef that a survey was held upon it and 887 pounds were thrown overboard, being unfit for use. The thermometer averaged 60 2/3 degrees, maximum 66 degrees at 29 degrees south latitude, minimum 56 degrees in the latitude 34 degrees south. Nine days of rain fell with the exception of the two days stated above in moderate passing showers. 34 were added to the sick list, 32 cured and 4 died, 3 children of dysentery and 1 of aptha of the mouth and fauces.
AUGUST 1838
August,the weather was very unsettled and the decks were wet, but no injurious effects to the health of the people. The sick list, remarkably diminished since the issue of fresh provisions. Thermometer averaged 53 degrees, maximum 64 degrees in latitude 39 south, minumum 49 degrees in latitude 38 south. 19 days of rain fell in transient but heavy showers with occasional hail. The winds chiefly westerly, suddenly shifting around to the north and south, blowing strong with occasional gales and thick weather. The winds were 2 days N, 2 days NNE, 1 day NE, 4 days NW, 2 days NNW, 2 days NWbW, 8 days WNW, 2 days WSW, 3 days WbS, 2 days SSW, 1 day SW and 1 day variable and calm. 16 were added to the sick list, 19 cured and a married female died from the debilitating effects of sea sickness.
SEPTEMBER 1838
September, on the 15th, the Woodbridge anchored in Sydney Cove and the morning of the 18th, the emigrants were disembarked. With the exception of one child, all were healthy. The weather this month was generally fine, with light and moderate breezes, no rain. The Thermometer averages 50 1/2 degrees, maximum 67 degrees in Sydney Cove, minimum 48 degrees in latitude 40 south. 2 added to sick list, 29 discharged, one of whom was a married woman died of dysentery.
9 November 1841The Barque Woodbridge sailed from Cork, Ireland, on Tuesday, 9 November 1841 and arrived in Sydney, NSW on 8 March 1842.
3 September 1843The Barque Woodbridge sailed from London, England, on Sunday, 3 September 1843 and arrived in Hobart Town on 25 December 1843 under master Dobson. 204 female convicts were on board.
Last Edited22 Mar 2008

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Ellen Goodfellow1

F, #41195, b. 5 February 1838, d. 26 August 1910
FatherMoses Goodfellow1 b. 1810, d. 1877
MotherJane Clarke1 b. c 1808, d. 1902

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth5 February 1838Ellen Goodfellow was born on Monday, 5 February 1838 at Fovant, Wiltshire, England.1,2
She was the daughter of Moses Goodfellow and Jane Clarke.1
Death26 August 1910Ellen Whitby died on Friday, 26 August 1910 at Inverell, NSW, Australia, at age 72.2

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1855As of 4 December 1855, her married name was Whitby married at Armidale, NSW, Australia.2

Voyages

DateDetails
22 April 1838Ellen Goodfellow was a passenger aboard The Barque Woodbridge which sailed from Deptford, England, on Sunday, 22 April 1838 and arrived in Sydney, NSW on 15 September 1838 under Captain Dobson. The Surgeon Superintendant was Alexander Stewart and the following is his report on the voyage:

APRIL 1838
On the 22nd April 1838, I was appointed by Lord Glenelg (Secretary of State for the Colonies), as Surgeon Superintendent of the Emigrant ship "Woodbridge" bound for Sydney. Being completed with water and provisions the ship was dropped down from Deptford to Gravesend the 22nd of same (April), then the following day, 76 persons were embarked and 61 more on the 24th completing the number to be taken on board in the river (Thames). They were chiefly farm labourers from the counties of Sussex and Kent and generally healthy, but a few of the children had a pustular eruption on the face, said by the parents to have taken place after vaccination. In the afternoon of the 25th we got under weigh and again anchored in the sea reach, the winds becoming unfavourable and blowing strong. 26th 4.00pm got up anchor and made sail in the evening, the wind and the tide being against us, the ship was brought up at Mole. At noon on the 27th again weighed anchor, made all sails and having a fair breeze the ship came to anchor off Cowes, Isle of Wight at 11am on the 28th April. On the 2nd May embarked 130 emigrants from Wiltshire, the greater number of these were also farm servants and married with families. The day after the last came aboard I found out that some of the children were suffering from whooping cough, but with one exception, of a mild character. No means could be adopted for the separation from the healthy and I am happy to say no serious consequences followed. Only a few cases subsequently occurred and these were very mild requiring some medical treatment. On the 7th May at 7.00am weighed and made all sail running through The Needles with a modest breeze and fine weather.
MAY 1838
During the month of May the weather was fine with moderate breezes. The thermometer averaged at noon, 63 degrees, maximum 83 degrees, in latitude 7 degrees north, minimum 50 degrees off Cowes, nine days of which rain fell, chiefly near the equator and in heavy showers of short duration. Winds were 7 days NE, 1 day NEbE, 1 day NNE, 1 day NW, 1 day NNW, 3 days SW, 1 day SSE, 1 day SEbE, 3 days E, 1 day EbS, 7 days ENE, 1 day EbN, 3 days variable with calms. 48 cases were put on the sick list principally obstipatic and dysenteric. Many of the females suffered much from sea sickness, of whom 30 were cured and two children died, one of inanition and the other from dysentery.
JUNE 1838
June for the most part, fine with moderate and variable winds. Thermometer averaged 77 degrees, maximum 85 degrees in a latitude 4 north, minimum 66 degrees in latitude 28 degrees south. 17 days of which rain fell in heavy transient showers with occasional thunder and lightning. Winds 1 day NE, 9 days SE, 3 days SSE, 1 day SEbE and 13 days variable with calms. Added to the sick list 55, cured 54, two children died of dysentery,the same diseases prevailed as the last month.
JULY 1838 July, on the 21st of this month, finding the bowel affections continuing on unabated and also with symptoms of scurvy making their appearance, I judged it necessary for the benefit of the health of the emigrants to put into some port to enable me to procure fresh provisions. Accordingly I wrote to the Master of the ship requesting him to take her to the nearest convenient harbour for that purpose. On the same day we arrived at Simmons Bay, Cape of Good Hope, where I purchased 2501 pounds of beef and mutton and half that quantity of mixed vegetables, having also taken on board 8 tons of water. No fruit was available. We proceeded on our passage on the 26th. The weather this month was more unsettled, the winds being stronger and a good deal of thick foggy atmosphere. The 29th and the 30th days were particularly thick and muggy with torrents of rain and much thunder and lightning, which so injured our remaining fresh beef that a survey was held upon it and 887 pounds were thrown overboard, being unfit for use. The thermometer averaged 60 2/3 degrees, maximum 66 degrees at 29 degrees south latitude, minimum 56 degrees in the latitude 34 degrees south. Nine days of rain fell with the exception of the two days stated above in moderate passing showers. 34 were added to the sick list, 32 cured and 4 died, 3 children of dysentery and 1 of aptha of the mouth and fauces.
AUGUST 1838
August,the weather was very unsettled and the decks were wet, but no injurious effects to the health of the people. The sick list, remarkably diminished since the issue of fresh provisions. Thermometer averaged 53 degrees, maximum 64 degrees in latitude 39 south, minumum 49 degrees in latitude 38 south. 19 days of rain fell in transient but heavy showers with occasional hail. The winds chiefly westerly, suddenly shifting around to the north and south, blowing strong with occasional gales and thick weather. The winds were 2 days N, 2 days NNE, 1 day NE, 4 days NW, 2 days NNW, 2 days NWbW, 8 days WNW, 2 days WSW, 3 days WbS, 2 days SSW, 1 day SW and 1 day variable and calm. 16 were added to the sick list, 19 cured and a married female died from the debilitating effects of sea sickness.
SEPTEMBER 1838
September, on the 15th, the Woodbridge anchored in Sydney Cove and the morning of the 18th, the emigrants were disembarked. With the exception of one child, all were healthy. The weather this month was generally fine, with light and moderate breezes, no rain. The Thermometer averages 50 1/2 degrees, maximum 67 degrees in Sydney Cove, minimum 48 degrees in latitude 40 south. 2 added to sick list, 29 discharged, one of whom was a married woman died of dysentery.
Last Edited6 Nov 2011

Citations

  1. [S569] Diana Wenham, "The Family of Moses Goodfellow," e-mail to Robert Mote, February 2006.
  2. [S971] Merren Forsyth, "Ellen Goodfellow," e-mail to Robert Mote, November 2011.

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Sarah Goodfellow1

F, #41196, b. 2 November 1839
FatherMoses Goodfellow1 b. 1810, d. 1877
MotherJane Clarke1 b. c 1808, d. 1902

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth2 November 1839Sarah Goodfellow was born on Saturday, 2 November 1839 at Wisemans Ferry, NSW, Australia.1,2
She was the daughter of Moses Goodfellow and Jane Clarke.1
Marriage20 September 1855Sarah was married to William Wenham on Thursday, 20 September 1855 at Armidale, NSW, Australia.1

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1855As of 20 September 1855, her married name was Wenham.1
Last Edited4 Feb 2006

Citations

  1. [S569] Diana Wenham, "The Family of Moses Goodfellow," e-mail to Robert Mote, February 2006.
  2. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Armidale; Year: 1839; Number: V18398181 45C.

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William Wenham1

M, #41197

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Marriage20 September 1855William was married to Sarah Goodfellow, daughter of Moses Goodfellow and Jane Clarke, on Thursday, 20 September 1855 at Armidale, NSW, Australia.1
Last Edited4 Feb 2006

Citations

  1. [S569] Diana Wenham, "The Family of Moses Goodfellow," e-mail to Robert Mote, February 2006.

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Anne Goodfellow1

F, #41198, b. 1851
FatherMoses Goodfellow1 b. 1810, d. 1877
MotherJane Clarke1 b. c 1808, d. 1902

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1851Anne Goodfellow was born in 1851 at Armidale, NSW, Australia.1
She was the daughter of Moses Goodfellow and Jane Clarke.1
Last Edited4 Feb 2006

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Armidale; Year: 1851; Number: V18512545 39A.

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Frederick Goodfellow1

M, #41199, b. 1843
FatherMoses Goodfellow1 b. 1810, d. 1877
MotherJane Clarke1 b. c 1808, d. 1902

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1843Frederick Goodfellow was born in 1843 at Armidale, NSW, Australia.1
He was the son of Moses Goodfellow and Jane Clarke.1
Last Edited4 Feb 2006

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Armidale; Year: 1843; Number: V1843579 48.

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William Goodfellow1

M, #41200, b. 1845
FatherMoses Goodfellow1 b. 1810, d. 1877
MotherJane Clarke1 b. c 1808, d. 1902

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1845William Goodfellow was born in 1845 at Armidale, NSW, Australia.1
He was the son of Moses Goodfellow and Jane Clarke.1
Last Edited4 Feb 2006

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Armidale; Year: 1845; Number: V1845580 48.

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