Charlotte Emline Nye

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Charlotte Emline Nye (Osborne)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Leigh, Kent, England, United Kingdom
Death: Died in Utah, United States
Place of Burial: Ogden City Cemetery, Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Rueben Osborne; Reuben Osborne; Charlotte Osborne and Charlotte Osborne
Wife of John Cotton Nye; John Nye and Unknown Eggleston
Mother of John Sylvestus Nye; Emma Nye; James Nye; Charles Ashton Nye; Ephraim Hesmer Nye and 8 others

Managed by: John H. Nye
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Charlotte Emline Nye's Timeline

1817
February 11, 1817
Leigh, Kent, England, United Kingdom

Family records in possession of authors show Charlotte was born at Tunbridge Wells, but the 1851 Census of Tonbridge (enumeration district 2B, p.17) and the Birth Certificate of Osborne Nye (Victoria Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, 1854, #2692) both show she was born in Leigh.

1834
November 2, 1834
Age 17
Wateringbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom
1835
October 28, 1835
Age 18
Leigh, Kent, England, United Kingdom
October 28, 1835
Age 18
1840
April 21, 1840
Age 23
Wiltshire, Kent, England
1842
December 17, 1842
Age 25
1845
1845
Age 27
1851
1851
- 1851
Age 33
Portland, Victoria, Australia

John and Charlotte Nye and the first six children left England to find a better life in Australia, landing in Portland, Victoria in 1851 after 3 months at sea.

During the Australian gold rush, the family leased a home in Warrnambool and a farm in Wangoom, Victoria and began hauling goods from the port to the gold mines in Ballarat and Bendigo, becoming quite prosperous.

1852
1852
Age 34
Eromanga
1858
1858
- 1860
Age 40
San Fransisco, CA, USA

Two years later the family was reunited near San Francisco, California, and travelled by wagon train to Utah.