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Richard Strange (1799 - 1882)

Indentured to Dr. Samuel Waterman Viveash [at Yangedine, WA] and departed Wiltshire aboard the 'Britomart' in 1838 bound for Western Australia. Arrived 5/12/1938. Married Sarah Stephens, 1843, York W.A...

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Diana Cook (1808 - 1851)

The passenger list for the GIlmore lists Benjamin Cook and Mrs Cook and 1 child departing London 20 Mar 1829, arr Fremantle 15 Dec 1829 Sailed from St Katherine Docks, London on 18th July 1829 and afte...

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Benjamin Cook (1807 - 1870)

The passenger list for the GIlmore lists Benjamin Cook and Mrs Cook and 1 child departing London 20 Mar 1829, arr Fremantle 15 Dec 1829 Sailed from St Katherine Docks, London on 18th July 1829 and afte...

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Charlotte Ann Herbert (c.1827 - 1885)

"Charlotte Davis arrived as a two year old aboard the Parmelia and family tradition says that a sailor lifted her out of the boat and said "There you are, you are the first girl here". She picked up a ...

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Catherine Hogan (1825 - 1917)

Have assumed was born in Limerick as she was married in Limerick but I have no evidence for this. Year of birth estimated from age at death. Church Marriage record for Catherine O'Brien marrying Patr...

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Robert Heppingstone (1797 - 1835)

An ex-soldier of Rifle Brigade, he emigrated as a servant to Capt. Molloy (with whom he had served in Napoleonic Wars) & accompanied him to Augusta. Owned a town lot there. Staunch Freemason & Orangema...

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Hon. Edmund Ralph Brockman MLC, JP (c.1828 - 1908)

He arrived with his parents in Western Australia in January 1830. He was educated at his father's property, Herne Hill, and later at a school begun in 1839 by Rev. William Mitchell in his rectory at Mi...

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William Locke Brockman (1803 - 1872)

William Locke Brockman was an early settler in Western Australia, who became a leading pastoralist and stock breeder, and a Member of the Western Australian Legislative Council. Born in Kent, England...

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John Molloy, Lieutenant-Colonel (c.1786 - 1867)

"Colonel Molloy, who was known throughout Western Australia as the grand old man of Busselton during the State's earliest pioneering days..." Important note: With regard to issues of Colonel Molloy's...

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Loetitia HALL (1822 - 1877)

Death registerd in Perth District. Aged 53 at death.

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Sarah TURNER (1823 - 1921)

Arrived to join her family. Lived at Prospect Road, Newtown Geelong on 23rd March 191 when she signed a statutory declaration re Thomas Everett Hester, her father-in-law. Married in the school room in ...

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Nathan Elias KNIGHT (1815 - 1859)

Farmed at York 13-10-1841/44 in partnership with Henry Landor pasturing at the Dale. In Sep 1850 appointed to Custom House Agent. Church of England. In Feb 1845 advertised for a shepherd at York & suse...

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Annie CARPENTER (1865 - 1950)

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Robert Heppingstone (1821 - 1858)

Drowned at the Castle Bay Whaling Station. Arrived per "Warrior" with parents in Molly's party. Father was an ex soldier who served in Ireland with Molloy. Was farming at the Vasse, when he married Mar...

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Arthur Heppingstone (1842 - 1913)

Pastoralist "Cundinup" Donnybrook. Employed a Ticket of Leave servant at Wonnerup 1868. Lit. C/E. Born in Wonnerup WA. Buried with wife at Busselton.

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Frances Theodosia Hester (1850 - 1913)

Birth registered as Theodosa Frances Hester. Marriage noted as 19-6-1870 in Dictionary of Western Australians

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Edward Frank HALL (1832 - 1886)

Frank became Manjimup's first pioneer after developing a cattle station at the town's presen t location. Frank sold the station to John Giblett and then joined an expedition to Coolgardi e in 1863 with...

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Lucy LAZENBY (deceased)

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James Anderton HALL (1829 - 1888)

4 sons & 2 daughters with 1st marriage, 3 sons & 3 daughters with 2nd marriage.

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William Shakespeare HALL (1825 - 1895)

HALL, WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (1825-1895), J.P., explorer, pastoralist and pearler, was born on 25 December 1825 in London and baptized at St Mary's Church of England, Lambeth, on 6 May 1827, the second so...

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Henry Hastings HALL (1821 - 1879)

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Sarah Louisa HALL (1819 - 1910)

Had 1 son & 4 daughters. They lived for some years in Mauritius, but returned to Australia & lived in Victoria.

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Sarah Theodosia BRANSON (1793 - 1858)

Died at Wungong. Arrived W.A. on ‘Protector’ 1830. Went to Mandurah 1832.

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Henry Edward Hastings HALL (1782 - 1859)

Settled at Wongong near Armadale. Henry was first Sarah's cousin. They arrived on the "Protector" in 1830. After purchasing "Wongong" the Halls raised their family among the pleasant surroundings close...

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Theodosia Sophia HALL (1827 - 1897)

Quote from the "Western Australian Womens Roll of Honour" @ Hester Theodosia (nee Hall) Settled Bridgetown. Her home was Blackwood Park where she died. Wife of Edward G. 1847. Mother of 11. Death reg...

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John HESTER (1830 - 1830)

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Frederick John HESTER (1827 - 1883)

10 Years old in 1837 Census, Married in the schoolroom at Castlemaine in the district of Lodden in the Church of England faith. Living at Guildford at time of wedding.

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Robert Henry HESTER (1824 - 1875)

Guildford Constable June 1849-54. Albany Sub-Inspector 1854. Town Lots 1855. Bridgetown "The Penninsula": 1872 to North West Pearling. Employed 2 T/L men 1864 & 1866. C/E. In January 1848 he appeared a...

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Sarah Sophia HESTER (1822 - 1895)

Informant of death was son Nathan. Cause of death was softening of brain & exhaustion. Extract from the "Inquirer" newspaper dated 5/1/1848: 'At York on the 30th December 1847 from 'Grass Dale', the re...

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Edward Godfrey HESTER (1820 - 1897)

Edward & Theodosia opened a store in Bunbury, moving in 1858 to the Nelson District (now Bridgetown) establishing the home "Blackwood Park" where they raised 14 children, 10 of whom survived to adultho...

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Sophia EVERETT (1795 - 1830)

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Thomas Everitt Hester (1818 - 1875)

Listed on Probate register 14 123, as a Farmer from Woodend. Ann Hester was Executor & probate granted 3 Dec 1875. Visited Eastern colonies & returned 26-11-1853 per HAMLET. Settled in Victoria. Was a ...

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Thomas Edward HESTER (1789 - 1862)

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Patrick Joseph Hogan (1836 - 1880)

From his British Army enlistment papers and from his stated age at death, Patrick Joseph Hogan was born in Knockhay near Limerick, Ireland in 1836. Knockhay is probably (Griffith's Valuation) Knockea i...

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James Stone (1855 - 1900)

England & Wales Birth registration index record for James Stone, July-September quarter, 1855, Tavistock registration district, Devon, vol 5B. No. 296. Birth certificate for James Stone, born 25 July...

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James Stone (c.1814 - 1887)

James Stone As at 29 August 2012, no information has been found about James' parents or siblings or confirmation of his year of birth. In his army enlistment papers he describes himself as having bee...

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Susan Waters (1825 - 1893)

Susan's father Richard Betts 1st married Elizabeth RUSSELL & had children Charles, Richard, Susan, James & John ,they came to Western Australlia in 1830.Richard 2nd married Elizabeth NIXON,nee MORROW (...

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Robert William Waters (1813 - 1893)

Arr. Oct 1833 Per "Freak"

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Mary Beard (1814 - 1896)

To Australia in 1857 on the Ship "City Of Bristol", with her husband Moses and family

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Moses Beard (c.1816 - 1891)

To Australia on the Ship called "City Of Bristol", with His Wife and family. Farmed on the road from Northam to Southern Brook in the Avon Valley. For a history of families living in Northam see 'Nor...

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Eizabeth Lord (1829 - 1907)

Arrival: Aboard the "Berkshire", 13 Mar 1851

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William Lord (1831 - 1897)

Arrival aboard the "Pyrenees", 28 Jun 1851

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Elizabeth Christmass (1795 - 1832)

Landed At The Swan River Colony Aboard The Calista

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George Christmass (1798 - 1879)

George and his wife Elizabeth departed Holwell, Hertfordshire, England via Portsmouth, UK on the ship "Calista" on 5 March 1829 and travelled via Rio de Janiero, arriving at the Swan River Colony on 5 ...

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Edward Ralph (1838 - 1910)

Arrived in WA on 25th December 1860 aboard the "Escort". It took 5 months to sail out and the ship's cook died on board. Edward Ralph cooked for one pound a week for convicts.

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John Cousins (1823 - 1899)

Arrival: Swan River Colony per The "Sabrina", 13 Jun 1853, aged 29 years.

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Sarah Ann Ralph (1838 - 1919)

Disembarked from the "Escort" 1 Jan1861 and tramped 60 miles behind a wagon to Toodyay. Sarah was 7 months pregnant when she arrived in Western Australia Her sister Elizabeth Cousins (nee Dean) was als...

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Elizabeth Cousins (1834 - 1925)

Arrival : Swan River Colony aboard the "Sabrina", 13 Jun 1853, Fremantle, Western Australia.

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