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Sarah Anne Stanley (Ryan)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Sydney, Botany Bay, N S W, Aus
Death: June 03, 1854 (53)
Piccaninny Gully, Bendigo, Victoria, Australia
Place of Burial: Piccaninny Gully, Bendigo, Victoria, Australia
Immediate Family:

Daughter of John Ryan [Convict "Friendship" 1788] and Sarah (Wooley) Ryan - Mason, Convict "Neptune" 1790
Wife of William Stanley [Convict "Indefatigable" 1812]
Mother of Elizabeth Stanley; Samuel Stanley; John Stanley; Jane Tuckerman - Riley; Sarah Eliza Isley - Craig - Presswell and 5 others
Sister of Elizabeth Rachel Connor; Mary Pearson and John Ryan
Half sister of William Mason and Samuel Mason

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About Sarah Anne Stanley

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  • married William STANLEY Convict "Indefatigable" 20/4/1818 Hobart Tasmania

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Ryan-2730

  • married William STANLEY Convict "Indefatigale" 20/4/1818 Hobart Tasmania

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  • marrried William STANDLEY born 1795 Norfolk Island, died 1885, son of William STANDLEY and Mary ANSTEY

Tasmania Marriage Record

  • Sarah RYAN age 17 married William STANLEY age 23 on 20/4/1818 in Hobart - RGD36/1/1 no 272

GEDCOM Note

Sarah Ann Ryan when aged thirteen sailed on board the "Minstrel" as part of the domestic staff for Governor Davey.

The following is a description of the man in whose household Sarah Ann Ryan worked for a number of years.

On 4th June 1812 Lieutenant Governor Davey sailed from England to NSW. He was accompanied by John Beamont his secretary and protege. Beamont was also the son of the man to whom Davey was in considerable debt. He delayed leaving England until Under Secretary Peel directed that he sail or relinquish his appointments. During the voyage he fell overboard and broke some bones. He lost his personal baggage when the HMS Emu was captured by an American privateer. Governor Macquarie had been forwarned by the Colonial Office to keep an eye on Davey.

On arrival at Hobart on 4 February 1813 Davey declared it was hotter than Hades and proceeded to remove his coat and walked to Governors HOuse in his shirt sleeves.

On Royal birthdays he would have a cask of rum placed outside Government House and would serve all with this from a pannikin. He was known as " Mad Tom

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Sarah Anne Stanley's Timeline

1800
November 1, 1800
Sydney, Botany Bay, N S W, Aus
1813
1813
Age 12
Hobart Town, Tasmania, Australia
1818
July 20, 1818
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Tasmania Birth Record RGD32/1/1/ no 618 - Elizabeth STANLEY born 20/7/1818 Hobart, father William STANLEY, mother Sarah STANLEY

1818
Age 17
Australia
1820
November 9, 1820
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Tasmania Birth Record RGD32/1/1/ no 873 - Samuel STANLEY born 9/11/1820 Hobart, father William STANLEY, mother Sarah STANLEY

1823
November 26, 1823
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Tasmania Birth Record RGD32/1/1/ no 1487 - John STANLEY born 12/10/1823 Hobart, father William STANLEY, mother Sarah STANLEY

1826
May 16, 1826
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Tasmania Birth Record RGD32/1/1/ no 2023 - Jane STANLEY born 16/5/1826 Hobart, father William STANLEY, mother Sarah STANLEY

1828
November 14, 1828
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Tasmania Birth Record RGD32/1/1/ no 2702 - Sarah Eliza STANLEY born 14/11/1828 Hobart, father William STANLEY, mother Sarah STANLEY

1831
November 26, 1831
Hobart, TAS, Australia

Tasmania Birth Record RGD32/1/1/ no 3919 - Charlotte Amelia STANLEY born 26/11/1831 Hobart, father William STANLEY, mother Sarah STANLEY