Charles Whalan [Convict "Albermarle" 1791]

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Charles Whalan

Birthdate:
Birthplace: London, United Kingdom
Death: April 18, 1839 (66)
Prospect, Blacktown City Council, New South Wales, Australia
Place of Burial: Parramatta, Parramatta City Council, New South Wales, Australia
Immediate Family:

Son of James Whalan and Mabel Whalan
Husband of Elizabeth (Berry) Whalan [Convict "Glatton" 1803]
Father of Mary Matilda Cunynghame; James Whalan; Charles Whalan; Sarah Mavis Morris; Macquarie Whalan, infant and 2 others
Brother of James Whalan, Free Settler "Minorca" 1801

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About Charles Whalan [Convict "Albermarle" 1791]

Charles WHALAN (aka WAYLAND) was born 5/10/1772 (son of James WHALAN and Mabel BORDEAUX)

Charles was convicted of poaching (aged 14)and sentenced to 7 years transportation. He arrived in Sydney Cove on 13/10/1791 on "Abermarle".

Charles enlisted in the NSW Corp on 14/6/1793

Charles had a relationship with Elizabeth BERRY (they married on 19/3/1810 at Sydney City) and they had the following children

  • Mary Matilda 1804
  • James 1806
  • Charles 1811
  • Sarah 1814
  • Macquarie 1816
  • Campbell 1819
  • John McLean 1821

Charles died 18/4/1839 at Prospect and was buried on 22/4/1839 at Parramatta.


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Charles Whalan [Convict "Albermarle" 1791]'s Timeline

1772
October 15, 1772
London, United Kingdom
1804
April 4, 1804
Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia
1806
March 5, 1806
New South Wales, Australia
1811
May 19, 1811
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
1814
August 9, 1814
Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia
1816
1816
New South Wales, Australia
1819
1819
1821
July 7, 1821
Parramatta, NSW, Australia
1839
April 18, 1839
Age 66
Prospect, Blacktown City Council, New South Wales, Australia