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AMBRIDGE/HAMBRIDGE - John. England. married Ann Rouls, Oxford, England 1775.
BARR - Joseph. England 1703-1773 married Mary Lincoln.
BLUETT - Patrick. Ireland approx 1859 - 1919 married Margaret Carey.
BRADY - Patrick. married Norah ? (son James B. Australia 1866-1932).
BRIGDALE - Mary A. married Frederick Price, 1854 Paddington, N.S.W. Australia.
CAREY - Margaret. Ireland 1858-1919  married 1878 Patrick Bluett.
CHARKER - Edward. England 1718-1783 married Elizabeth Barr.
DWYER - Sarah. Kilkenny, Ireland. married Edward Watters.
GARINAN - Ann. Husband Edward Whybrow, daughter Hannah 'Anne' born 1820 Cavendish, Suffolk, England.
HICKEY - Hanorah. Australia. married James B. Brady 1884 NSW Aust.
MILBOURNEMary Ann. born 1779 Hertfordshire, England. died 1850. married George Hambridge.
PATTEN - Elizabeth. England. married Joseph Shackel, 8 children. daughter Elizabeth born Jan.1782 North Perrot, Dorset, England.
PRICE - Frederick. married Mary A. Brigdale, 1854 Paddington, NSW Australia.
QUINN - Margaret. married Edward Watters 1854 Liverpool, England.
RICE - Ellen "Eleanor". born 1793 Limerick, Ireland. married 1815 William Welch.
ROULS - Ann. married John Ambridge, Churchill, Oxford, England 1775.
SHACKEL - Joseph. England. married Elizabeth Patten, 8 children, daughter Elizabeth born Jan.1782 North Perrot, Dorset, England.
WATTERS - Edward. Kilkenny, Ireland. wife Sarah Dwyer, 6 Children.
WELCH - William. born 1778 HacketsTown, Wicklow, Ireland. died 1861. married 1815 Ellen "Eleanor" Rice.
WHYBROW - Edward. England. wife Ann Garinan, daughter Hannah 'Anne' born 1820 Cavendish, Suffolk, England.

AMBRIDGE/HAMBRIDGE - John. England. married Ann Rouls, Oxford, England 1775.
Married 1775 Churchill, Oxford, England. Source Info. IGI Record Batch 7250001 Sheet 1

1./ Son - George Hambridge (Ambridge).
Born: 21/1/1776 Churchill, Oxfordshire England.
Married: 13/10/1818 Mary Ann Milbourne, St. Lukes, Liverpool, N.S.W. Australia.
Died: 13/11/1859 Camden, Bringelly, N.S.W. Cause of Death: Natural Decay.
Convicted Oxford A/S 6.3.1805 for sheep stealing.  Death Sentence - pardoned - sentenced to transportation for "Life".  Sailed "Fortune"  Master HY. Moore, from England 28.1.1806, arrived 12.7.1806, voyage 165 days, embarked males 260, disembarked males 256.
Pardoned 31.1.1818.  Received a grant of 50 acres Aroyle Road, West Bargo, (Old name for Hume Highway) N.S.W.  9.7.1822 by the Governor.  Original land grant at Picton's History House.
Burial Date 15.11.1859  Angelican Church Of Holy Innocents, Cabramatta (Rossmore) N.S.W.  Australia.
Church of Holy Innocents designed by Edmund Blackett, completed in 1850 attached to St. Pauls's Cobbity.

2./ Son - John Hambridge.
Born: 6/4/1777 Churhill, Oxfordshire, England.
Did not marry. Sent out to Australia on a convict ship in 1810.  4 years after his brother George.
John was killed from a horse when riding on the Blue Mountains where he was one of the first to drive a team of Bullocks out to the West.
Died:  1/11/1835 Abercrombie, Bathurst. N.S.W. Australia.

BARR - Joseph. England 1703-1773 married Mary Lincoln.
Born: 1703.  England.
Died: 1773.
CHILDREN:
1./   William Barr.
2./   Thomas Barr.
3./   Elizabeth Barr.
Born:  1737,  England.
Married:  Edward Charker,  22/2/1755 Winchester, Saint Thomas, Hampshire, England.  Source Info. IGI Record, Batch No. M136751
Death Date: 10 May 1796, Kingsgate St, Winchester, Hampshire, England.
Burial Place: St James, Winchester, England
 

BLUETT - Patrick. Ireland 1859 - 1919 married Margaret Carey.
Born: approx. 1859 County Cork Ireland.
Married: Margaret Carey, 13/1/1878, Gisborne, New Zealand.
Died:  15 July 1919, Maffra Road, Sale, Victoria, Australia.
Buried: 18/7/1919 Sale Cemetery.
Parents: John Bluett & Elizabeth Fitzgerald (details from Patrick's death cert.)
4/1/1878 Patrick arrived in Napier, New Zealand on the ship "Renfrewshire", listed on passenger list as - Patrick Bluitt - bricklayer &  Margaret Casey - svt.  Archive Reference No. for the passenger list is: IM 15/306.   13/1/1878 married Gisborne, New Zealand (Source Birth Cert. Joseph Bluett & Extract of Marriage), at the Presbytery, this was held in the Presbytery not the Church probably because the bride was pregnant and the custom was to marry sinners in the Presbytery not the church.
Patrick Bluett 24 years married  Margaret Carey 21 years
He is listed as a Labourer, she is listed as a house servant.
They had 9 Children:
NAME                               BORN
Elizabeth Bluett              1879 Auckland New Zealand
John J. Bluett                 24/9/1881 New Zealand
Johanna Bluett               11/11/1883 Auckland, New Zealand
James Joseph Bluett     26/11/1884 Auckland, New Zealand
Daniel Bluett                  15/12/1885 Auckland, New Zealand
Margaret  Bluett            1887 New Zealand
Patrick J. Bluett            1892 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Joseph Bluett                  26/10/1898 Carlton, Victoria, Australia
Francis Bluett                29/9/1902   Carlton, Victoria, Australia

BRADY - Patrick. married Norah ? (son James B. Australia 1866-1932).
Son:  James B. Brady.
Born: 1866.
Died: 1932 Manly.  N.S.W. Australia.
Married: Hanorah Hickey, 1884 Sydney N.S.W.  Australia.  Marriage Cert. number 883 year 1884.
Death Cert. number 15483 1932 Manly, N.S.W.  Australia.
    James & Hanorah's Children:
        Ethel M.                        b. 1885 Waterloo, New South Wales, Australia.
        Norah Edith (Edith)    b. 1886 Waterloo, New South Wales, Australia.
        Ellen J. (Nellie)          b. 1888 Waterloo, New South Wales, Australia.
        Myra B.                        b. 1890 Waterloo, New South Wales, Australia.    d. 1952
        Louisa V. (Louie)       b. 1892 Waterloo, New South Wales, Australia.
        Hilda M.                       b. 1893 Ashfield,  New South Wales, Australia.     d. 1967
        Mary B.                        b. 1895 Ashfield,  New South Wales, Australia.
        Dorothea H.                 b. 1896 Ashfield,  New South Wales, Australia.     d. 1985
        Patrick James (Jim) b. 1898 Ashfield,  New South Wales, Australia.
        Kathleen Amelda        b. 1900 Sydney,    New South Wales, Australia.    d. 1963 Melbourne, Australia.
        Agnes W.                     b. 1902 Sydney,    New South Wales, Australia.    d. 1933. Sydney, Australia.

BRIGDALE - Mary A. married Frederick Price, 1854 Paddington, N.S.W. Australia.
Daughter:  Sarah Jane Price.
                     Born:  1856    Reg State: New South Wales.  Ref. Number:     1270
Married: William (George) Watters. 27/9/1879 St. Patricks Church Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia.
Marriage Reg.No. 4426 1879 Conjugal status Spinster.  Birthplace NSW. Witnesses Michael O'Shea, Sarah A. Edwards.  Minister John Rigney.  The consent of Henry Byrnes, Esq. was given to the marriage, Sarah being under the age of 21.

CAREY - Margaret. Ireland 1858-1919  married 1878 Patrick Bluett.
Born: County Kerry or County Limmerick, Ireland. approx. 1858.
Married 13/1/1878  Gisborne, New Zealand, to Patrick Bluett.
Died 28/10/1919 Hospital for the insane, Town of Kew, County Bourke, Victoria.  Death Cert. No. 17724.
Buried 30/10/1919 Coburg Cemetery, Victoria, Aust.  Roman Catholic Compartment, D,  Grave, 189 (unmarked).
Cause of Death:  Myocarditis Bronchitis.
Arrived in New Zealand, ship "Renfrewshire" 4/1/1878, listed on passenger list - Margaret Casey, Patrick Bluitt.   Archive Reference No. for the passenger list is: IM 15/306.

CHARKER - William. England, married Sarah Page.
Born:  ?
Married:  ?
Died:  ?
1./  Son:  Edward. England 1718-1783 married Elizabeth Barr.
Born: 1718 England.
Married: 22/2/1755 Winchester, Saint Thomas, Hampshire, England to Elizabeth Barr.  Source Info. IGI Record, Batch No. M136751
Died: 1783 England.
2./  Son: John. England 1725-1806 married Mary King.

Child of Edward Charker & Elizabeth Barr:
SON: WILLIAM CHARKER.
Birth Date: 16 Dec 1774 Birth Place: Winchester, Hampshire, England.
Christen Date: 20 Dec 1774 Christen Place: St James RC, Winchester, Hampshire, England.
Death Date: 2 Feb 1823 Death Place: New South Wales, Australia.
Burial Place: St Johns, Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia.
Occupation: Farmer Religion: RC
Father: Edward CHARKER (c.1718-1783)
Mother: Elizabeth BARR (1737-1796)

Convict.
Trial Record :
Tried 1801: Native place St Mary Lambeth, Co Surrey Occ: Labourer.
Sentenced at Surrey Gaol on 25 Mar 1801 (age 25). Charged at Surrey Assizes after having been held at Kingston upon Thames.
Charged with Joseph RASPBERRY of burglary on 07th Dec 1800 about 7pm in a dwelling house at St Mary Lambeth of Thomas Evance Esq & stealing goods to value of £33.6.0.
Not guilt of burglary, guilty of stealing.  Sentenced to be transported for 7 years.
Coromandel I Arrived 13 Jun 1802 Port Jackson, New South Wales, sailed 12 Feb 1802 from Spithead, voyage 121 days, embarked males 138, disembarked males 137?, Master Alex Sterling, Ship surgeon Chas Throsby
1805-6 census William Charker Ship Coromandel 1 EC Grant & Purchase 65 ac Right of Wife
Transported on the ship 'Coromandel 1  13/6/1802
A free conditional cert. on 7/4/1808.
History records show William as being 1st. settler in Mittagong area.
1822 Census: Ship of arrival Coromandel   Sntce - 7, Occupation - Deputy S, Employer - Govt Stock, Place - Argle.

1803 William (convict) given permission to marry convict Mary KEARNS (sentence comp).  Mary was granted 65 acres of land on the Hawkesbury at Green Hills (now Windsor). William assigned to Mary and became a farmer.

Articles of Separation by mutual consent date 4 Jul 1807
William and Mary Chalker - farm and animals kept by Mary except for one horse known by the name of Miss Sportly

William seperated from Mary Kearns on 4/7/1807 extract in Sydney Gazette 5/7/1807 'acticles of seperation' only mentions the house - no children.  1807 William & Mary separated - all lands to wife

1808, 7th April William granted Free Pardon.
Worked as overseer for Gregory Blaxland at Brush Farm.

1809 Elizabeth Sheckel assigned to Gregory BLAXLAND  at Brush Farm.

10 Sep 1809 Edward (Ned) born Brush Farm.
17 Sep 1810 William James born at Prospect.
18 Oct 1811 William granted 60 acres at Bringelly.
29 Nov 1811 Maria born Prospect.
26 Aug 1813 Joseph Henry born.
1814  son South Creek (Bringelly).
1817 James.
1818 Mary Ann.
13 Jan 1818 granted 125 acres at Bringelly.
29 Oct 1818 William purchased an additional 50 acres of land from William Brady.
1 Oct 1820 - 31 Dec 1820 Principal Overseer of Govt Stock.
Jan to Mar 1821 Principal Superintendent of Govt Stock.
Oct 1820 - 31 Mar 1821 Chief Constable, Cow Pastures.
31 Mar 1821 - 30 Jun 1821 Principal Overseer, Govt Stock.
1822 per "Making their Mark" p 28
William Charker had a mishap at the stockyards, injuring his legs, and in May 1822, David Johnston asked for an
assistant to be appointed, because of the declining state of William's health.

In July 1822, William resigned his Govt. positions and asked for 4 oxen , his old horse, "Dusty", and victualling from Govt. Stores for himself and his family, as a reward for his faithful service. Soon after, he also asked for another 30 acres of land on high ground, adjacent to his original grant, which was subject to flooding. All these requests  were granted, but by now William's health was failing rapidly, even though he was only 48 yrs old.

1823 -  For his services as the Principal Overseer of Govt Stock at the Cow Pastures, William Charker obtained an order for 200 acres of land on the 4th January 1823, but he died before the grant was surveyed. In fact it was 11 years later that his widow, Elizabeth Sheckell, received the grant. The deed was issued and appears as Portion 35, Parish of Mittagong.   It was only around 1960 that this land passed out of the hands of Chalker descendants.

William died 2 Feb 1823 age 48

Summary of  Will: (per  Making their Mark) page 34
In WIlliam's last will and testament, dated 30th January 1823, he bequeath unto his friend and companion Elizabeth Sheckell all the rents and emoluments of his farms and premises for her natural life, and after her decease, the farms to be divided equally amongst her children.........

Death Notice Sydney Gazette 6 Feb 1823
Died at his residence, in the interior after a long illness, Mr William Chalker, late one of the principal Overseers of Government Stock. He leaves a wife and family of eight or nine children to lament his loss,

Memorial Inscription St Johns Parramatta
To the Memory
of
Mr Wm Chalker
who died Febry 2nd 1823
age 48 years

Marriage Date: Dec 1808 Common-law:

Children: Edward,  William James,  Maria,  Joseph Henry,  John,  James,  Mary Ann,  George,  Frederick.

William Died 2/2/1823 Age 48 Years, also confirmation in Bi-centennial Grant project 1775/1822 written by Bryce & Marie Chalker (William's G.G. grandson)

DWYER - Sarah. Kilkenny, Ireland. married Edward Watters.
Married: Edward Watters.
1./ Son - Thomas Watters.
2./ Son - Edward Watters Born: 1833 Kilkenny, Ireland.  Married: 1854 Liverpool, England,  Margaret Quinn.  6 children.
More details, see Watters.

GARINAN - Ann. husband Edward Whybrow, daughter Hannah 'Anne' born 1820 Cavendish, Suffolk, England.
Married: 1,/  John Thompson.
Married: 2./  Edward Whybrow
        Daughter:
        Hannah Whybrow (Anne)   Wybrow, Wibrow, Wyebrow
        Born: 1820 Cavendish, Suffolk, England.
        Married: George James Hambridge 7/7/1841 C of E, Parish Narellan, N.S.W. Australia.
        Death: 9/8/1891 Mittagong,  N.S.W. Australia.
        Burial Place: Mittagong C of E, Rowe's Hill  Row 1.

HICKEY - Hanorah. Australia. married James B. Brady 1884 NSW Aust.
See notes above under Brady.

MILBOURNE Mary Ann. born 1779 Hertfordshire, England. died 1850.
marriages:
John Taylor.
Thomas Partridge. m.1812
George Hambridge. m.1818
See notes above under Ambridge/Hambridge.

PATTEN - Elizabeth. England. married Joseph Shackel, 8 children. daughter Elizabeth born Jan.1782 North Perrot, Dorset, England.
Married: Joseph Shackel. 26/2/1781 West Chinnock, Somerset, England.
More details, see Shackel.

PRICE - Frederick. married Mary A. Brigdale, 1854 Paddington, NSW Australia.
Daughter:  Sarah Jane Price.
                     Born:  1856    Reg State: New South Wales.  Ref Number:     1270
Married: William (George) Watters. 27/9/1879 St. Patricks Church Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia.
Marriage Reg.No. 4426 1879 Conjugal status Spinster Birthplace NSW. Witnesses Michael O'Shea, Sarah A. Edwards.  Minister John Rigney.  The consent of Henry Byrnes, Esq. was given to the marriage, Sarah being under the age of 21.

QUINN - Margaret. married Edward Watters 1854 Liverpool, England.
See notes below under Watters.

RICE - Ellen "Eleanor". born 1793 Limerick, Ireland. married 1815 William Welch.
Aka:  Eleanor Rice, Ellen Welsh, Ellen CUSHION
Birth Date: About 1793 Birth Place: Limerick, Ireland.
Married: 30 Oct 1815 Marriage Place: CofE St John's, Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia.
Death Date: 30 Nov 1874 Death Place: Mittagong, New South Wales, Australia.
Burial Date: 3 Dec 1874.
Burial Place: Lower Mittagong, New South Wales, Australia.
Religion: RC.
Notes: Convict: Tried 20 Apr 1814 Middlesex, arrived in New South Wales on the ship, NORTHHAMPTON, on the 18th June 1815, Sailed 01 Jan 1815 from Portsmouth, voyage 169 days, embarked females 110, disembarked females 106, Master John O' Tween, ship surgeon Jos Arnold.
Details of the ship:  One voyage only as a convict ship, 548  tons, built 1801 at the Thames.
see "The Women of Botany Bay" Portia Robinson p71
"...convicted of breaking, entering and stealing. Rice pleaded ; I was in distress.... my husband had left me.

1815 Jun 19 -  On list of female convicts on board the "Northampton"; listed as Ellinor (Reel 6045; 4/1732 p 159)

1815 Jun 23 -  On list of convicts disembarked from the "Northampton" to be employed at the Factory at Parramatta (Reel 6004;
4/3494 p103)

1815 Jun 19 -On list of female convicts on board the "Northampton"; listed as Ellinor (Reel 6045; 4/1732 p 159)
1815 Jun 23 -On list of convicts disembarked from the "Northampton" to be employed at the Factory at Parramatta (Reel 6004;
4/3494 p103)

Children:
Elizabeth, Sarah, Jane, Eleanor, William, John, John, James.

ROULS - Ann. married John Ambridge, Churchill, Oxford, England 1775.
Married 1775 Churchill, Oxford, England. Source Info. IGI Record Batch 7250001 Sheet 1.
See notes above, under Ambridge.

SHACKEL - Joseph. England. married Elizabeth Patten, 8 children, daughter Elizabeth born Jan.1782 North Perrot, Dorset, England.
Joseph SHACKLE.
Occupation: Labourer.
Spouse: Elizabeth Patten Aka: Betty.
Marriage Date: 26 Feb 1781 Marriage Place: West Chinnock, Somerset, England.
Children: Elizabeth, Harriet, Mary, Ann, Joseph,  Stephen, John, Daniel.

WATTERS - Edward. Kilkenny, Ireland. wife Sarah Dwyer, 6 Children.
Married: Sarah Dwyer.
1./ Son - Thomas Watters.
2./ Son - Edward Watters Born: 1833 Kilkenny, Ireland.  Married: 1854 Liverpool, England,  Margaret Quinn.
        Children:
        John            b. 1856 N.S.W. Aust.
        Edward        b. 1857 N.S.W. Aust.    d. 1858
        William (George)    b 26/5/1858 Sydney N.S.W. Aust.  d. 1912  m. Sarah Jane Price, 1879.
        Sarah M.     b. 1860
        Thomas       b. 1863
        Margaret    b. 1865

WELCH - William. born 1778 HacketsTown, Wicklow, Ireland. died 1861. married 1815 Ellen "Eleanor" Rice.
1. William WELCH
Birth Date: About 1778 Birth Place: Hackets Town, Wicklow, Ireland
Marriage Date:  30 Oct 1815  Marriage Place:  St. John's, Parramatta, New South Wales, to Ellen 'Eleanor' Rice.
Death Date: 4 Jun 1861 Death Place: Mittagong, New South Wales, Australia.
Burial Date: 7 Jun 1861 Burial Place: RC, Berrima, New South Wales, Australia.
Aka: William Walsh, Welsh  Religion: RC
Convict: Life sentence, Ship Atlas, sailed 29/11/1801 from Ireland, voyage 220 days, embarked males 151 & females 28, disembarked males 85 & females 26, master Richard Brooks, ship surgeon Elph Walker, arrived in the colony on the 6th of July 1802.
Notes:
The 1822 General Muster shows William as WALSH, acknowledges the CP, and records him as a landholder at Liverpool.
per 1828 Census
Luddenham, Bringelly
Welch, William age 50 Convict  Atlas Life Catholic Labourer
           Ellen age 35 Free by Servitude Northampton 1814 C
           Elizabeth 12 BC
           Sarah 10 BC
           Jane 8 BC
           Ellen 6 BC
           William 2 BC
           John 6m BC

Transportation for life without there being a record of any trial and conviction was common in one situation in Ireland in the late 1700s -- early 1800s. People who were involved in the 1788 Rebellion (which started in the Wicklow area) were thrown into prison and transported for life without trial. It appears that the only rebels to be accorded a trial were those with a high profile.
 William's subsequent life in Australia, the high esteem in which he was held by at least one person to whom he was assigned, together with the granting by Macquarie of a conditional pardon seem to bear out the contention that, like a lot of the Rebels, William was not an out and out criminal.
Date of birth: Records exist claiming he was born between 1774 and 1800. One of the convict registers for the Atlas (1802) lists his age as 22 (making 1780 his birth date). The 1828 Census claims he is 50 (1778).
William claims to have come from Rathdrum in co. Wicklow, and also from Hackets Town in co. Carlow.
William appears to have been involved in the 1798 Irish Rebellion in co. Wicklow. He was tried in March 1798 in Wicklow, convicted and sentenced to transportation to NSW for life. Transported aboard the Atlas 2 which departed Cork 30 May 1802, arriving 30 Oct 1802. He would have been about 22-24 years old.

William appears in the "1805-1806 muster for New South Wales & Norfolk Island". He is listed as prisoner and in the "How Employed/With Whom Lives" column it states "indented James Badgery". In the 1814 Muster, he is still working for Mr Badgery.

The "Colonial Secretary's Papers, 1788-1825", contains a document which lists him working as a servant to James Badgery. The document is a petition for the mitigation of his sentence. (AO Fiche 3291). The petition mentions that he came on the Atlas. It also mentions that he has a wife and child. On the petition James Badgery wrote: "The
petitioner has been in my employ and has conducted himself with every degree of propriety". This document was written on November the 18th, 1817. As the petition states he has one child this seems to match up with the birth of the first child which would have been born about 1817.

William was granted a Conditional Pardon by Gov. Macquarie on 31 Jan 1818. The record confirms the following:
Trial - Rathdrum. Date not mentioned. Sentence - life. Ship: Atlas. When arrived: 1802. This info is from: Convict pardons 1 January 1810 - 31 December 1819 granted by Major-General Lachlan Macquarie, Governor of NSW.  Page 82.

The 1828 Census shows William as now living at Luddenham, Bringelly, employed as a labourer, and owning 19 cattle. William subsequently seems to have established himself as a farmer in the Mittagong district.

Death details:
His cause of death was "old age and infirmity"
Undertaker was James Forde.
Minister: Rev. P. Magennis, Roman Catholic minister at Berrima.
Witnesses: Francis Breen and James Jones.    (grandson in law)
According to his death certificate, William had lived in New South Wales for 63 years. On this basis, he would have arrived about 1798, whereas the Atlas 2 arrived in 1802.
The death certificate shows his age as 107. He was closer to 87.

NSW Marriage Transcription  (Early Church Records)       Ref No -Vol 147b No 729
Register -St Johns Parramatta Church Of England Marriages 1790-1823
Date Of Marriage -30/10/1815
Place Of Marriage -St Johns Parramatta
 Married By Banns
Groom -William Welsh
Status -P., Age 34, Ship "Artless" s/be "Atlas 2"
Occupation -
Usual Residence -Parish of St John Parramatta
Bride -Eleanor Rice
Status -P., Age 28, Ship "Northampton"
Usual Residence -Parish Of St John Parramatta
Witnesses -Luke Grant, Mary Leonard
Minister -Samuel Marsden
Religion -Church Of England

Date and place of death: 4th June 1861 at Mittagong
Name and occupation: William Walsh Farmer
Sex and age: Male 107 years
Cause of death, duration of last illness, etc.: Old age and infirmity, 2 months
Name and occupation of father, name and maiden name of mother: not known
Informant: James Jones X his mark, farmer, Mittagong
Particulars of registration: (1) Geo. ?? Rowley (2) 5th June 1861 (3) Berrima
When and where buried; name of undertaker: 7th June 1861 at the Roman Catholic Burying ground at Berrima. James Forde
Name and religion of minister and names of witnesses to the burial: Rev. P Magonnis Roman Catholic Minister at Berrima; Francis Breen; James Jones.
Where born and how long in the Australasian Colonies or States: County Wicklow in Ireland; 63 years in New South Wales.
Place of marriage, age, and to whom: Parramatta; 61 years; Ellen Cushion (Rice)
Children of marriage: Elizabeth - 44 years; Sarah - 42 years; Jane - 40 years; Ellen - 38 years; William - 34 years; John - 32 years; James - 29 years

WHYBROW - Edward. England. wife Ann Garinan, daughter Hannah 'Anne' born 1820 Cavendish, Suffolk, England.
Married: Ann Garinan
        Daughter:
        Hannah Whybrow (Anne)   Wybrow, Wibrow, Wyebrow
        Born: 1820 Cavendish, Suffolk, England.
        Married: George James Hambridge 7/7/1841 C of E, Parish Narellan, N.S.W. Australia.
        Death: 9/8/1891 Mittagong,  N.S.W. Australia.
        Burial Place: Mittagong C of E, Rowe's Hill  Row 1.

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