Thomas Brown

     Thomas Brown married Sarah Hayler, daughter of Henry Hayler, on 16 October 1813 at Newtimber, Sussex, England, Thomas of Edburton; Sarah of this parish.1
On 7 June 1841 Thomas Brown and Sarah Hayler lived at Frederick St, Brighton, Sussex, England, living next to their daughter Frances and family.2

Family

Sarah Hayler b. 19 Oct 1792
Marriage*
Thomas Brown married Sarah Hayler, daughter of Henry Hayler, on 16 October 1813 at Newtimber, Sussex, England, Thomas of Edburton; Sarah of this parish.1 
Child

Citations

  1. [S24] Index to Sussex Marriages, 1538-1837, Compact Disc SFHGCD003, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, 2008.
  2. [S67] 1841 Census for England "Class: HO107; Piece: 1121; Book: 7; Civil Parish: Brighthelmstone; County: Sussex; Enumeration District: 19; Folio: 32; Page: 23; GSU roll: 464165."

Thomas Bervin Brown

b. 28 April 1799, d. 22 July 1853
FatherWilliam Brown b. c 1758, d. 1831
MotherMary Stone
     Thomas Bervin Brown was baptized on 28 April 1799 at All Saints, Poplar, Tower Hamlets, Middlesex, England. William's occupation is a victualler of Poplar. Thomas Brown is 48 days old giving his birth date as likley 11 Mar 1799. The middle name "Bervin" is not recorded.1,2
Another source has the baptism of Thomas, son of William Brown of Poplar, victualler, and Mary on 28 Apr 1799 (48 days old). Image of original register has been sighted to verify this. The was no record of the name "Bervin".2 He was the son of William Brown and Mary Stone.
Thomas Bervin Brown married Ann Sheargold Miller, daughter of James Miller and Ann Davies, on 1 April 1821 at St George in the East, Tower Hamlets, Middlesex, England, witnesses: Henry Miller and the parish clerk.3
Thomas Bervin Brown was a wheelwright on 12 January 1824.4
Thomas Bervin Brown witnessed the will of William Brown dated 26 May 1831 at East Ham, Essex, England.5
Thomas Bervin Brown emigrated in 1833 to Australia with wife Ann, children Ann, Eliza, Amelia, Harriet & Thomas. They sailed from London on the same ship "Indiana" as his brother William and wife Hannah Brown arriving in Hobart Town on the 9th of September, 1833. Also on the ship was Mr & Mrs Collier and 2 children (a family relative?).
They arrived in Hobart Town on the 9th of September, 1833. The Indiana was a 4000 ton vessel with two guns. The ship's master was James Webster. There were 14 passengers and 37 in steerage including 30 children. The Indiana then sailed onto Sydney departing 15th of November and arriving 29th of November 1833. The two Brown brothers and a John Collier (thought to be the brother of Stephen Collier who married Mary Brown) received £20 each from the Government in Hobart:
Thomas Brown with his wife, one male child, 3 female children. (Thomas was a Wheelwright).
William Brown with his wife, one male child, 2 female children. (William was a Blacksmith).
John Collier with his wife and 2 female children. (John was also a Blacksmith).
Of interest, is the fact that John Collier's brother William was sentenced to transportation for life on 2 January 1834 at the Old Bailey for forgery against the Bank of England. It is thought that John Collier may have been his accomplice but was never implicated by his brother.6
Thomas Bervin Brown and Ann Sheargold Miller emigrated circa 1846 to Geelong, Victoria, Australia. The death certificate of their daughter Ann Caroline Lester (nee Brown) states 66 years in Victoria which would put the move at c1845. They lived in a house and smith shop in Maitland Street, Geelong near the Crown Hotel in Ashby.
Thomas Bervin Brown left a will made on 1 December 1852: This is the last will and testament of me Thomas Brown of Geelong in the colony of Victoria, Wheel Wright. First I direct all my just debts, funeral and testamentary expenses to be paid by my exectrix and executor herin after named. I give devise and bequeath unto my dear wife Ann Brown and to her heirs executory administatory and assign all my real and personal estate and effects whatever and situate to have and to hold the same according to the nature and quality of the same to my said dear wife Ann Brown during her natural life and I do hereby nominate constitute and appoint my said wife Ann Brown and Henry Benson of Geelong in the colony of Victoria aforesaid gentleman and Samuel Hubbard of Geelong in the said colony of Victoria gentleman and executrix and executory of this my last will and testament and in case of either of my said executors hereby appointed being desirous or unwilling to act under this my will or being about to leave the said colony of Victoria other or continuing executor or exectrix shall be at liberty should they see occassion appoint a new trustee or trustees. I hereby expressly direct and appoint that my said dear wife should remain continue and be in the peaceable and quiet possesion and enjoyment of my said real and personal estate and the rents proceeds and profits thereof during the term of her natural life and from and after the decease of my said wife then I also direct that the same may be held in trust by my said trustees or executors to receive the rents issues and proceeds thereof for the benefit maintenance support and education of my daughters Jane and Ann and on either of my said daughters arriving at maturity or the age of twenty one years or become lawfully married after the decease of my said wife then I also direct that the sum of one hundred pounds should sufficient money be in the hands of my said trustees be paid to each or either of my said two daughters so arriving at maturity or the age of twenty one years or becoming lawfully married so as aforesaid AND I give devise and bequeth the sum of one hundred pounds to be paid to my grand daughter Mary Jane Benson the daughter of the said Henry Benson such sum to be paid to her on her arriving at the age of twenty years or in the event of her decease then the same sum to be paid to her sister Emily Benson AND I declare that in the event of the decease of my said wife or of my said daughters Jane and Anne or thier becoming married then the whole of the rents issues and proceeds of my said real and personel estate shall be equally divided between my other children Eliza the wife of the said Samuel Hubbard my son Thomas, Amelia the widow of Joseph Mather deceased and Harriet the wife of the said Henry Benson and I also declare the receipt or receipts of my said exectrix or executors shall be good and sufficient discharges to any person or persons paying money AND in the event of the decease of either of my said daughters before attaining such age of twenty one years then her share or shares shall go to such of the others as may be then living after the decease of my said wife AND I appoint my said wife Ann Brown, Henry Benson and Samual Hubbard to be exectrix and executors of this my said will hereby revoking all other wills by me heretofore made. I publish and declare this to be my last will and testament in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this seventh day of december in the year of our lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty two. Thomas Brown Signed by the said Thomas Brown the testator as his last will and testament in the presence of us present at the same time who at his request in his presence and in the presence of each other have subscribed our names as wittnesses Thomas Wood William Lester of Geelong John Rose of Melbourne This is the parchment writting mentioned or refered to in the affidavit of Ann Sheargold Brown, Henry Benson and Samual Hubbard shown before me this third day of september AD1853. Harry S Combe

He signed a will Codicil on 21 Jul 1853. Be it known unto all men by those present that I Thomas Bervin Brown of Geelong Wheel wright have made and declare my last will and testament in writting hearing date the 21st of Jul 1853 I the said Thomas Bervin Brown by this present codicil do satisfy and confirm my said last will and testament and do further bequeth unto my son Thomas Stephen Colier Brown jnr the wheel wright and blacksmith shop and the ground standing thereon to be given unto him at the death of my wife Ann Sheargold Brown by my exectrix out of my estate and my will and meaning is that this codicil be ajudged to be a part and parcel of my last will and testament and that all things therein mentioned and contained be faithfully and truly performed and as fully and amply in every respect and if the same were so declared and set down in my said last will and testament writings my hand this twenty first day of July one thousand eight hundred and fifty three. Signed in the presence of us John (Hone) Brown William Vincent R Smith Thomas Bervin Brown X his mark This is the paper writing mentioned or refered to in the affidavit of Robert Smith of Geelong in the colony of Victoria sworn before me on the 5th day of October AD 1853 Harvey S Combe.6

Thomas Bervin Brown died on 22 July 1853 at Geelong, Victoria, Australia, at age 54. He died of apoplexy.
Thomas Bervin Brown was buried on 24 July 1853 at Geelong Eastern Cemetery, Geelong, Victoria, Australia, Church of England reg # 94023, type B, COEO-B-423 Wheelwright, Ashby, Headstone erected by wife and family.6
OBITUARY: published on 22nd July 1853 in Geelong, Vic, Australia: Died at his late residence in Maitland St. near the Crown Hotel Ashby, Mr Thomas Brown Wheel Wright aged 52 having been suddenly seized with an appelectic [sic] fit in Corio St on Wednesday last; he was much esteemed as an old resident tradesman in Geelong, and deeply deplored [sic] by his beloved wife and large family. The friends of the late Thomas Brown are respectfully invited to attend the funeral at 2 o'clock on Sunday July 24th Maitland Street near the Crown Hotel Ashby.

Family

Ann Sheargold Miller b. 20 Nov 1802, d. 27 May 1864
Marriage*
Thomas Bervin Brown married Ann Sheargold Miller, daughter of James Miller and Ann Davies, on 1 April 1821 at St George in the East, Tower Hamlets, Middlesex, England, witnesses: Henry Miller and the parish clerk.3 
Children

Citations

  1. [S244] Website "Ancestry" (http://www.ancestry.co.uk/) "Source Citation: London Metropolitan Archives, All Saints, Poplar, Day book of baptisms, Nov 1788 - Aug 1799, P88/ALL1, Item 065."
  2. [S244] Website "Ancestry" (http://www.ancestry.co.uk/) "London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Dunstan and All Saints, Register of baptisms, Apr 1798 - Dec 1812, P93/DUN, Item 006."
  3. [S244] Website "Ancestry" (http://www.ancestry.co.uk/) "Source Citation: London Metropolitan Archives, Saint George In The East, Register of marriages, P93/GEO, Item 043.
    Source Information:
    Ancestry.com. London, England, Marriages and Banns, 1754-1921 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.
    Original data: Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1921. London Metropolitan Archives, London."
  4. [S244] Website "Ancestry" (http://www.ancestry.co.uk/) "Source Citation: London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Dunstan And All Saints, Register of baptisms, P93/DUN, Item 012.
    Source Information:
    Ancestry.com. London, England, Births and Baptisms, 1813-1906 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.
    Original data: Board of Guardian Records, 1834-1906 and Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1906. London Metropolitan Archives, London."
  5. [S345] Will of William Brown of East Ham, Essex, England, made 26 May 1831, proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 5 Dec 1831. (TNA: PROB 11/1792/427).
  6. [S311] Website "Michael Lester Family Tree" (http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/l/e/s/…) "Details for Thomas Bervin Brown."

Thomas Stephen Collier Brown

b. 22 July 1832, d. 1900
FatherThomas Bervin Brown b. 28 Apr 1799, d. 22 Jul 1853
MotherAnn Sheargold Miller b. 20 Nov 1802, d. 27 May 1864
     Thomas Stephen Collier Brown was baptized on 22 July 1832 at St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex, England, Father's occupation: wheelwright. Abode: Poplar.1 He was the son of Thomas Bervin Brown and Ann Sheargold Miller.
Thomas Stephen Collier Brown married Catherine Close on 11 October 1852 at Geelong, Victoria, Australia.
Thomas Stephen Collier Brown married Maria Smith, daughter of Thomas Smith and Maria Laver, on 7 October 1862 at Geelong, Victoria, Australia.
Thomas Stephen Collier Brown died in 1900 at Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

Family 1

Catherine Close
Marriage*
Thomas Stephen Collier Brown married Catherine Close on 11 October 1852 at Geelong, Victoria, Australia

Family 2

Maria Smith b. c 1841
Marriage*
Thomas Stephen Collier Brown married Maria Smith, daughter of Thomas Smith and Maria Laver, on 7 October 1862 at Geelong, Victoria, Australia
Children

Citations

  1. [S244] Website "Ancestry" (http://www.ancestry.co.uk/) "Source Citation: London Metropolitan Archives, All Saints, Poplar, Register of baptisms, P88/ALL1, Item 012.
    Source Information:
    Ancestry.com. London, England, Births and Baptisms, 1813-1906 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.
    Original data: Board of Guardian Records, 1834-1906 and Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1906. London Metropolitan Archives, London."

Thomas White Brown

b. 5 October 1833
FatherJames White b. 31 Mar 1811
MotherFrances Sophia Brown b. 25 Dec 1814
     Thomas White Brown was baptized on 5 October 1833 at St Andrew, Edburton, Sussex, England, illegitimate.1 He was the son of James White and Frances Sophia Brown.
Thomas White Brown was a grocer's boy on 30 March 1851.

Citations

  1. [S23] Index to Sussex Baptisms, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project,.

Vera Emma Brown

b. 1897, d. after 1970
FatherHugh Brown b. 11 Jan 1857, d. 15 Jul 1931
MotherFrances Margaret Ward b. c 1863, d. 7 Sep 1934
Vera Emma Brown
     Vera Emma Brown was born in 1897 at Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia.1 She was the daughter of Hugh Brown and Frances Margaret Ward.
Vera Emma Brown married Archibald Robert McCall, son of Archibald McCall, in 1921 at Perth, Western Australia, Australia.2
On 7 September 1934 Vera Emma Brown and Archibald Robert McCall lived at Highbury, Western Australia, Australia, according to the death notices published for mother Frances Margaret Brown who died 7 Sep 1934.
In 1949 Vera Emma Brown and Archibald Robert McCall lived at Claremont, Western Australia, Australia.3
Vera Emma Brown died after 1970 at Western Australia, Australia.

Family

Archibald Robert McCall b. 1894
Marriage*
Vera Emma Brown married Archibald Robert McCall, son of Archibald McCall, in 1921 at Perth, Western Australia, Australia.2 
Children

Citations

  1. [S244] Website "Ancestry" (http://www.ancestry.co.uk/) "Source Information:
    Ancestry.com. Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.
    Original data: Compiled from publicly available sources."
  2. [S244] Website "Ancestry" (http://www.ancestry.co.uk/) "Source Information:
    Ancestry.com. Australia Marriage Index, 1788-1950 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.
    Original data: Compiled from publicly available sources."
  3. [S305] Webpage The West Australian (http://trove.nla.gov.au/) "1949 'Family Notices.', The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), 22 October, p. 1, viewed 21 July, 2012, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article47678341."

Violet Elizabeth Brown

b. 1 September 1893, d. 1981
     Violet Elizabeth Brown was born on 1 September 1893 at Middlesex, England.
Violet Elizabeth Brown married Cyril George Gladman, son of George Albert Gladman and Emma Edith Wortley, on 7 June 1919 at St John's, Southall, Middlesex, England.
Violet Elizabeth Brown died in 1981 at Scotland.

Family

Cyril George Gladman b. c 1890, d. 1946
Marriage*
Violet Elizabeth Brown married Cyril George Gladman, son of George Albert Gladman and Emma Edith Wortley, on 7 June 1919 at St John's, Southall, Middlesex, England
Child

Walter H Brown

b. 1878, d. 1892
FatherCharles Adam Brown b. c 1846, d. 13 Feb 1922
MotherEmily Maria Stone d. 27 Aug 1919
     Walter H Brown was born in 1878 at Paddington, New South Wales, Australia.1 He was the son of Charles Adam Brown and Emily Maria Stone.
Walter H Brown died in 1892 at Orange, New South Wales, Australia.2

Citations

  1. [S306] Index to Births, Deaths & Marriages, http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/, 1853-1985, compiled by Deaths & Marriages, NSW Registry of Births, unknown compiler address "5284/1878."
  2. [S306] Index to Births, Deaths & Marriages, http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/, 1853-1985, compiled by Deaths & Marriages, NSW Registry of Births, unknown compiler address "10151/1892."

William Brown

b. 23 April 1794, d. 20 July 1871
FatherWilliam Brown b. c 1758, d. 1831
MotherMary Stone
     William Brown was born in 1794 at Stepney, London, England.
William Brown was baptized on 23 April 1794 at St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex, England, "William son of William Brown of Poplar, Tea Dealer, & Mary (22 days old.)1 He was the son of William Brown and Mary Stone.
In February 1833, William gave his age as 38 years in an official letter to the Colony of Van Diemans's Land. The baptism date fits perfectly with this. William's death certificate confirms that his parents were William Brown (gentleman) and Mary, and the baptism of his brother, George Bervin Brown, on 11 Mar 1799, to William Brown, victualler, and Mary also helps confirm this as the correct baptism as an occupation of tea dealer (William, 1794) and victualler (Thomas, 1799) seem consistent. What remains a little confusing is that while William (the father) was a victualler, his sons where blacksmiths and wheelwrights, although his son William is also recorded as a baker in London in 1831, a victualler in Hobart in 1837 and 1840, and a post office messenger in Launceston in 1842 and 1844. In later marriage and death certificates for his family, he is always referred to as a blacksmith though.
William Brown married Hannah Hone on 22 July 1821 at St George in the East, Tower Hamlets, Middlesex, England, witness Isaac Hone.2
William Brown witnessed the will of William Brown dated 26 May 1831 at East Ham, Essex, England.3
William Brown and Hannah Hone emigrated in 1833 to Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, on the ship "Indiana" with children Mary Ann, William, Emma and John. William's brother Thomas Bervin Brown and wife Ann with children Ann, Eliza, Amelia, Harriet & Thomas also sailed with them. Also on the ship was Mr & Mrs Collier and 2 children (probably a family relative as their sister Mary Brown had married Stephen Collier). They arrived in Hobart Town on the 9th of September, 1833. The Indiana was a 4000 ton vessel with two guns. The ship's master was James Webster. There were 14 passengers and 37 in steerage including 30 children. The Indiana then sailed onto Sydney departing 15th of November and arriving 29th of November 1833. The two Brown brothers and a John Collier (thought to be the brother of Stephen Collier) received £20 each from the Government in Hobart:
Thomas Brown with his wife, one male child, 3 female children. (Thomas was a Wheelwright).
William Brown with his wife, one male child, 2 female children. (William was a Blacksmith).
John Collier with his wife and 2 female children. (John was also a Blacksmith).
Of interest, is the fact that John Collier's brother William was sentenced to transportation for life on 2 January 1834 at the Old Bailey for forgery against the Bank of England. It is thought that John Collier may have been his accomplice but was never implicated by his brother.4
William Brown was a blacksmith according to a letter written to the Colony in Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania) on 6 February 1833.5
Hobart Town was established as a penal a colony in 1803. General Ralph Darling visited Van Diemen’s Land in 1825 and promptly proclaimed the island independent from New South Wales before declaring himself Lieutenant- Governor. By 1831, the Crown had taken Edward Wakefield’s advice and began charging five shillings per acre for land, ostensibly to raise revenue to fund the arrival of more free settlers under the ‘assisted immigrants’ scheme.
A letter written to the colony is dated 6 Feb 1833 and reads:
Downing Street, 6th Feby 1833
Sir, I am directed by Viscount Goderich to request that you will cause to be paid to Mr J Grant the sum of 20 pounds on account of William Brown, who is proceeding to Van D. Land onboard of the "Indiana". Wm Brown is a Blacksmith aged 38 years, & he will be accompanied by the following family: Wife aged 30 years, Mary Brown aged 15 years, Wm Brown aged 10 years, Emma Brown aged 8 years, & an infant. I have the honour to be, Sir, Your most obedient Humble Servant, (name indecipherable.)

In Tasmania, the first baptisms of William and Hannah's children occur in the parish of Trinity in Buckingham County (their abode is listed as Hobart Town). The old Holy Trinity church is situated on the corner of Campbell street and Brisbane Street, Hobart. Public services ceased being held there in 1845. Before this date it was used both by the public and inmates of the old Hobart Gaol, after this date it was used only as the chapel to the Gaol. The present church (situated in Warwick Street North Hobart), began in 1841 was opened in January 1848, and consecrated in December 1849. Refer "The Anglican Church in Tasmania, A Diocesan History to Mark the Sesquicentenary: 1992", By Geoffrey Stephens.
William Brown was a victualler on 27 November 1837.
On 27 November 1837 William Brown and Hannah Hone lived at Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. This is not consistent with his letter of introduction as a blacksmith, but it is the same occupation as his father. The father of William's wife, Hannah, is possibly Thomas Hone, a blacksmith of Shoreditch St Leonard, London which would explain the connection to blacksmithing.
William Brown was a victualler on 26 July 1840.
On 26 July 1840 William Brown and Hannah Hone lived at Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
William Brown was a post office messenger on 3 October 1842.
On 3 October 1842 William Brown and Hannah Hone lived at Launceston, Tasmania, Australia.
William Brown was a post messenger on 17 January 1844.
On 17 January 1844 William Brown and Hannah Hone lived at Launceston, Tasmania, Australia.
At some stage William and Hannah moved to Portland Bay (Geelong) before moving to Sydney in 1847. The date is not known, but we do know that William's brother, Thomas Bervin Brown, a wheelwright, moved from Hobart to Geelong c1846 and spent the rest of his life there. William's son John Hone Brown, a wheelwright like Thomas, also remained there and became a farmer, although he did eventually move to Sydney to be with his family.
In 1847 William and family move from Portland Bay (Victoria) to Sydney on the ship "China". It is likely that William's daughter Elizabeth Phoebe Brown moved to Sydney with William and Hannah, and appears to have lived with him in Walker St, Redfern, until his death in 1871, after which, in 1872, she married John Skottowe Richardson. Daughter Rose Hannah probably went with them as well, as her death certificate states 20 years in NSW even though she married Arthur Terrett in Geelong in 1863 and lived in Victoria thereafter. By 30 May 1879 John Hone Brown had moved from Geelong to Sydney, living in Paddington in 1880. His death certificate indicates that he moved to Sydney c1875 (29 years in NSW at the time of his death in 1904).6
The following advertisement appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald on Saturday, 15 December 1849:
WILLIAM BROWN, SENIOR, SON OF WILLIAM BROWN, FORMERLY OF POPLAR, VICTUALLER, AND AFTERWARDS OF EAST HAM.
THE above-named party emigrated to Hobart Town in 1833, and subsequently settled in Launceston and Portland Bay, from which latter place he arrived in Sydney by the Ship China, in 1847. The undersigned will be obliged to any party who can give any information respecting the present residence of the above-named individual. MONTEFIORE, GRAHAM, AND CO. 9909
This is probably connected to the death of William's sister Mary Collier (nee Brown) in 1849, as she was executor of their father's will of 1831 and she died intestate.6,3
William Brown was a blacksmith according to John Hone Brown's marriage certificate on 12 June 1854.7
William Brown was a blacksmith according to Rose Hannah's marriage certificate on 7 October 1863.8
William Brown died on 20 July 1871 at Walker Street, Redfern, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, at age 77. The cause of death was disease of the heart, diarrhoea and exhaustion. Age given on death certificate is 81 years. Place of birth given as London and states he was 39 years in NSW (which is not accurate as we know he arrived in Sydney in 1847). His occupation was listed as “Gentleman".9
William Brown was buried on 22 July 1871 at Church of England Cemetery, Balmain, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.9
The following death notice appeared in The Sydney Morning Herald on Saturday 22 July 1871:
On the 20th instant, at his residence, Walker-street, Redfern, Mr. WILLIAM BROWN, in his 82nd year.10
The following death notice appeared three weeks later in The Argus (Melbourne) on Saturday 12 August 1871:
BROWN.-On the 20th ult., at his residence, Walker street, Sydney, Mr. William Brown, eldest son of the late William Brown, Esq, Ivey-house, East-ham, Essex, England, father of Mr. John Hone Brown, and only brother of the late Mr. Thomas Bervin Brown, Pakington street, Geelong, aged 82 years. Home papers please copy.11
William Brown's death certificate in 1871 says that he had 4 male and 3 female children living, and 2 males and 1 female deceased. Two male children have yet to be found.9
William's occupation is given as blacksmith on his son John Hone Brown's death certificate in 1904.12
William's occupation is given as storekeeper on his son Charles Adam Brown's death certificate in 1922.13

Family

Hannah Hone b. c 1803, d. 10 Apr 1880
Marriage*
William Brown married Hannah Hone on 22 July 1821 at St George in the East, Tower Hamlets, Middlesex, England, witness Isaac Hone.2 
Children

Citations

  1. [S244] Website "Ancestry" (http://www.ancestry.co.uk/) "Source Citation: London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Dunstan and All Saints, Register of baptisms, May 1770 - Apr 1798, P93/DUN, Item 005."
  2. [S244] Website "Ancestry" (http://www.ancestry.co.uk/) "London, England, Marriages and Banns, 1754-1921."
  3. [S345] Will of William Brown of East Ham, Essex, England, made 26 May 1831, proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 5 Dec 1831. (TNA: PROB 11/1792/427).
  4. [S354] Website "Tasmania's Heritage" (http://portal.archives.tas.gov.au/) "GO3/1/465, CUS30/1/1 P275, CSO1/1/600/13697."
  5. [S312] Copy of Letter from Downing St, London, England, to Lieut. Gov. Arthur, dated 6 Feb 1833 (GG Barber Private Archives, Perth, W. Australia),.
  6. [S298] Webpage The Sydney Morning Herald (http://trove.nla.gov.au/) "1849 'Advertising.', The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 15 December, p. 3, viewed 22 November, 2012, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article12903393."
  7. [S293] Marriage certificate of John Hone Brown and Margaret McMillan, married 12 Jun 1854 in the Registration District of Geelong, Victoria, Australia (Ref no: 6).
  8. [S309] Marriage certificate of Rosa Brown and Arthur Terrett, married 7 Oct 1863 in the Registration District of Ashby, Geelong, Victoria, Australia (Ref no: 41).
  9. [S307] Death certificate of William Brown, died 20 Jul 1871, registered 22 Jul 1871 in the Registration District of Redfern, Sydney, NSW, Australia (Reference no: 1965/1871).
  10. [S298] Webpage The Sydney Morning Herald (http://trove.nla.gov.au/) "1871 'Family Notices.', The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 22 July, p. 1, viewed 18 July, 2012, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article13242178."
  11. [S297] Webpage The Argus (Melbourne) (http://trove.nla.gov.au/) "1871 'Family Notices.', The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1956), 12 August, p. 4, viewed 18 July, 2012, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5853161."
  12. [S317] Death certificate of John Hone Brown, died 11 Oct 1904, registered 12 Oct 1904 in the Registration District of Granville, NSW, Australia (Reference no: 1904/013155).
  13. [S329] Death certificate of Charles Adam Brown, died 13 Feb 1922, registered 14 Feb 1922 in the Registration District of Orange, NSW, Australia (Reference no: 1922/003698).

William Brown

b. circa 1824
FatherWilliam Brown b. 23 Apr 1794, d. 20 Jul 1871
MotherHannah Hone b. c 1803, d. 10 Apr 1880
     William Brown was born circa 1824 at England. He was the son of William Brown and Hannah Hone.
Although no sign of William Brown has been found yet, there is a birth of an Alfred Hone Brown at Sandhurst, Sandridge, Victoria in 1883 to parents William Hone Brown and Sarah Stokes. Could this William Hone Brown be a son of William Brown?
Also, William Hone Brown married Maud Sarah Cecil Stokes in Victoria in 1876.
On 10 Nov 1870 William Hone Brown became the owner of some land in Sandhurst Parish, Eaglehawk (near Bendigo) and in 1871 and 1872 built a house. William was a miner and a broker, and sold the property in 1876 to James Hanson, who established a hotel on the premises, the Magazine Hotel. It survives today at 12 Church Street, Eaglehawk.1,2
Another instance of a William Hone Brown: BUTTER TESTER'S DEATH, KERANG. - The death has occurred of Mr. William Hone Brown, 58. He was a native of Kerang, and a life-long resident. For 35 years he had been employed by the Kerang Butter Factory as tester and grader, and retired only recently because of ill-health. He is survived by a widow.3

Citations

  1. [S302] Index to Births, Deaths & Marriages, http://online.justice.vic.gov.au, 1853-1985, compiled by Deaths & Marriages, VIC Registry of Births, Ground floor, 595 Collins Street Melbourne "19468/1883."
  2. [S302] Index to Births, Deaths & Marriages, http://online.justice.vic.gov.au, 1853-1985, compiled by Deaths & Marriages, VIC Registry of Births, Ground floor, 595 Collins Street Melbourne "2074/1876."
  3. [S297] Webpage The Argus (Melbourne) (http://trove.nla.gov.au/) "1940 'COUNTRY NEWS.', The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1956), 25 April, p. 2, viewed 10 August, 2012, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article12451270."

William Brown

b. circa 1758, d. 1831
     William Brown was born circa 1758.
William Brown married Mary Stone on 30 August 1783 at Limehouse St Anne, Tower Hamlets, Middlesex, England, Witnesses were Jno Eakers and Thos ...(?) Howard. Married by licence.1
William Brown was a husbandman of Poplar on 27 May 1784.
William Brown was a tea dealer of Poplar on 30 November 1786.2
William Brown was a tea dealer of Poplar on 6 June 1789.2
William Brown was a tea dealer of Poplar on 14 November 1790.2
William Brown was a tea dealer on 31 May 1792.2
William Brown was a tea dealer of Poplar on 23 April 1794.3
In Feb 1797 William Brown was tried at the Old Bailey for tax offences related to excise duty on liquor and assault of an excise officer. He was sentenced to 12 months hard labour at Cold Bath Fields House of Correction. William is described as a victualler and keeper of The Harrow public house at Poplar. Testimony in the court case by farmer Thomas French states that he has known William Brown for 10-12 years and that before he kept a public house he had dealings with him for teas and sugars, and that he kept a shop at that time. The full transcript can be read by clicking on the link in the source citation below and searching on Reference Number t17970215-41.4
In response to the sentence of 12 months hard labour, William Brown raised a petition for mercy but it appears that it was unsuccessful.5
The Harrow public house was situated on the corner of Harrow Lane and Hight Street, Poplar. The original hotel was demolished and replaced by The Resolute Tavern in 1937. The site was visited by Julitha Barber (nee Brown) in November 2015.6
William Brown was a victualler on 28 April 1799.7,8
William Brown was a victualler on 11 June 1800.9
On 30 Sep 1828 William Brown sells "The Harrow" public house in High St, Poplar to Isaac Walker, John Donnithorne Taylor, and Edwin Walker for 3,308 pounds 5 shillings. The terms were that 308 pounds 5 shillings was paid immediately, and that the remaining 3,000 pounds be paid after 20 years and that interest of 4% p.a. be paid during that time.10
In 1831 William Brown lived at Ivy House, East Ham, Essex, England.
William Brown is noted as "late of Ivy House, East Ham" in the death notice for his son William in The Argus (Melbourne) on Saturday 12 August 1871 ("Mr. William Brown, eldest son of the late William Brown, Esq, Ivey-house, East-ham, Essex"). William's daughter Mary Brown (1786-1849), executor of his will, married Stephen Collier c1810 and it is the Colliers who appear to have owned/occupied Ivy House, as it is not mentioned in William Brown's will and after his death it remains in the Collier family. The 1861 census records Thomas Collier, son of Stephen and Mary Collier, as residing at Ivy House next to the Cock Inn and the Post Office. The 1838 tithe map of East Ham was checked and although Ivy House is not mentioned, Thomas Collier does occupy two plots in the centre of East Ham village (plots 162 & 163) owned by Edmond Pycroft Esq. It seems reasonable to assume that this is the location of Ivy House especially as the Post Office is across the road and the Cock Inn almost adjacent to it.11,12
William Brown left a will made on 26 May 1831 at East Ham, Essex, England.10
This is the last Will and Testament of me William Brown formerly of Poplar but now of East Ham in the County of Essex Gentleman First I direct that all my just debts and funeral and testamentary expences be fully paid and satisfied Whereas by deed of enfranchisement and conveyance bearing date the fourteenth day of August one thousand eight hundred and twenty eight between James Humphreys Lord of the Manor of Poplar in the County of Middlesex Esquire of the first part me the said William Brown of the second part and Andrew Duncan therein described of the third part It is witnessed that the said James Humphreys for the considerations therein mentioned did grant bargain sell alien release and confirm unto me the said William Brown and my Heirs all that customary and heritable Messuage Tenement or Cottage with the Appurtenances commonly called or known by the sign of “The Harrow” in the High Street Poplar and all that piece of Land lying behind the said Tenement and other the premises therein mentioned and particularly described in the plan or Ground plot thereof made and drawn in the margin of those presents To hold the same unto me the said William Brown my Heirs and assigns to such uses upon such trusts and under and subject to such powers provisoes and declarations as I the said William Brown by any deed or deeds or by my last Will and Testament or any Codicil thereto attested by three or more credible Witnesses should appoint And Whereas by a certain Indenture of Appointment bearing date the thirtieth day of September one thousand eight hundred and twenty eight made between me the said William Brown of the one part and Isaac Walker John Donnithorne Taylor and Edwin Walker therein described of the other part It is witnessed that for the considerations therein mentioned I did appoint and bargain sell alien release and confirm all and singular the Messuages or Tenements and other Hereditaments hereinbefore mentioned or referred to unto the said Isaac Walker John Donnithorne Taylor and Edwin Walker (in their actual possession then being) To hold the same upon the several uses and subject to the proviso therein mentioned And wherein by a certain other Indenture bearing date on or about the said thirtieth day of September one thousand eight hundred and twenty eight made between me the said William Brown of the first part and the said Isaac Walker Donnithorne Taylor and Edwin Walker of the second part after writing the said last mentioned Indenture and as is in the said last mentioned Indenture recited that the consideration money agreed to have been paid to me the said William Brown by the said Isaac Walker Donnithorne Taylor and Edwin Walker was three thousand three hundred and eight pounds five shillings but that the sum of three hundred and eight pounds five shillings only had been paid on account thereof and that default been made in the proviso had therein contained It is witnessed that for the considerations therein mentioned I the said William Brown did declare and argue that the payment of the remaining sum of three thousand pounds should stand over for the space of twenty years then next ensuing and that they the said Isaac Walker Donnithorne Taylor and Edwin Walker duly paying the interest to accrue due thereon after the rate of four pounds per centum per annum should not be called on nor required to pay the said principal sum of three thousand pounds during the aforesaid space of twenty years by me the said William Brown my Executors or Administrators Now my will is and I hereby direct that my Executor and Executrix hereinafter named do and shall receive and take the interest to grow due on the said outstanding sum of three thousand pounds or which shall arise therefrom upon trust to pay and apply the same in the proportions and to the several persons hereinafter named that is to say to my daughter Harriet Hodgson Wife of Thomas Hodgson of Stepney in the County of Middlesex for and during her natural life the sum of twenty eight pounds per annum to and for her sole use and benefit to be paid to her by quarterly payments the first payment thereof to be made within six months next after my decease and her receipt alone notwithstanding her coverture to be a good and sufficient discharge but in case of the decease of my said daughter Harriet Hodgson before the expiration of the said term of twenty years then to pay and apply the said sum of twenty eight pounds per annum towards the maintenance and education of all and every the child and children of my said Daughter Harriet Hodgson lawfully begotten or to be begotten and in default of such issue to her own right Heirs To my daughter Elizabeth Shaw Wife of Thomas Shaw of Ilford in the County of Essex for and during her natural life the sum of twenty eight pounds per annum to and for her sole use and benefit to be paid to her by quarterly payments the first payment thereof to be made within six months next after my decease and her receipt alone notwithstanding her coverture to be a good and sufficient discharge but in case of the decease of my said daughter before the expiration of the said term of twenty years then to pay and apply the said sum of twenty eight pounds per annum towards the maintenance and education of all and every the child and children of my said daughter lawfully begotten or to be begotten and in default of such issue to her own right Heirs To my Son William Brown of Poplar in the County of Middlesex for and during his natural life the sum of twelve pounds per annum to be paid to him by quarterly payments the first payment thereof to be made within six months next after my decease but in case of the decease of my said son William Brown before the expiration of the said term of twenty years then to pay and apply the said last mentioned sum of twelve pounds per annum towards the maintenance and education of all and every the Child or Children of my said son William Brown lawfully begotten or to be begotten and if he should happen to die leaving also a Widow then to pay and apply a proportionable part of the aforesaid sum of twelve pounds towards her maintenance and support or if my said son William Brown shall happen to die without any such lawful issue leaving only a Widow then to pay and apply the said sum of twelve pounds towards her maintenance and support (but so long only as she shall continue single) and in default of any such issue and if he shall die a widower then to his own right Heirs To my Son Thomas Brown of Poplar aforesaid for and during his natural life the sum of eight pounds per annum to be paid to him by quarterly payments the first payment thereof to be made within six months next after my decease but in case of the decease of my said son Thomas Brown before the expiration of the said term of twenty years then to pay and apply the said last mentioned sum of eight pounds per annum towards the maintenance and education of all and every the child or children of my said son Thomas Brown lawfully begotten or to be begotten and if he should happen to die leaving also a Widow then to pay and apply a proportionable part of the aforesaid sum of eight pounds towards her maintenance and support or if my said son Thomas Brown shall happen to die without any such lawful issue leaving only a Widow then to pay and apply the said sum of eight pounds towards her maintenance and support (but so long only as she shall continue single) and in default of any such issue and if he shall die a widower then to his own right heirs To my daughter Mary Collier Wife of Stephen Collier of East Ham in the County of Essex for and during her natural life the sum of forty four pounds per annum being the residue and remainder of the interest on the aforesaid sum of three thousand pounds to be paid to her by like quarterly payments the first payment thereof to be made within six months next after my decease but in case of the decease of my said daughter before the expiration of the said term of twenty years then to pay and apply the said residue towards the maintenance and education of all and every the child and children of my said daughter Mary Collier and also toward the maintenance and support of the said Stephen Collier if he shall survive my said daughter and in default of any such child or children or of the said Stephen Collier her surviving then to her own right heirs and further my will is and I direct that my said Trustee and Executrix do and shall at the expiration of the said tern of twenty years or whenever the same shall happen receive and take the said principal sum of three thousand pounds upon trust to pay apply and dispose thereof in manner following that is to say to pay unto my said son William Brown or in case of his previous decease unto his Children in equal shares the sum of three hundred pounds sterling and to my said son Thomas Brown or in case of his previous decease unto his Children in equal shares the sum of two hundred pounds sterling but in case my said sons or either of them shall die without issue then the sums hereby bequeathed to them respectively shall go and be paid to their respective Heirs and to lay out and invest the remainder of the said principal sum of three thousand pounds in the purchase of public stocks or other Government securities and to receive and take the annual interest and produce thereof and to apply the same in the payment of the like several yearly sums hereinbefore bequeathed unto my said daughters Harriet Hodgson Elizabeth Shaw and Mary Collier or suffer and permit them to receive their respective shares for and during the remainder of their respective lives but in case of the decease of any one or two of them then to pay the share or shares of her or them so dying until the decease of the Survivor of my said daughters unto their respective children and from and after the decease of the Survivor of my said daughters my will is and I hereby direct that my said Trustee shall divide transfer or pay the said principal money or stock and all accumulations thereof unto and amongst all the Children of my said three daughters as shall be then living in equal shares and if there shall be but one such child then to transfer or pay the same unto such only Child And I give and bequeath to Mary Ann Curtis Wife of Robert Curtis of Stratford the sum of fifty pounds New three and a half percent Annuities and to Maria Collier the daughter of the said Stephen Collier the like sum of fifty pounds New three and a half percent Annuities and I direct such stock to be transferred to the said Mary Ann Curtis and Maria Collier respectively within six months after my decease And as to all the Rest Residue and Remainder of my Estate and Effects of whatsoever nature or kind soever I do hereby give and bequeath the same subject to the payment of my just debts and funeral and testamentary expences and legacies unto my said daughter Mary Collier her Heirs Executors Administrators and Assigns for her and their own absolute use and benefit and I do hereby declare that my said Trustee and Executrix hereinafter named their Heirs Executors or Administrators shall be expressly charged or chargeable only for such monies as they shall respectively actually receive notwithstanding he she or they shall join in any receipt or receipts for the sake of conformity and that any one or more of them shall not be answerable or accountable for the others or other of them or for the acts receipts neglects or defaults of the other or others of them but each and every of them for his her and their own acts receipts neglects or defaults only and that they or either of them shall not be answerable or accountable for any Banker Broker or other person whom or in whose hands or custody any part of my said monies Estate or Effects shall or may be deposited or lodged for safe custody or otherwise and I further authorise and empower my said Trustee and Executrix by and out of the monies which shall come to their or any or either of their hands to retain to and reimburse himself herself and themselves respectively and allow each other all cost charges and expences which they or any of them shall or may sustain expend disburse or be put unto in or about the execution of this my will And I do hereby nominate constitute and appoint my son in law the said Stephen Collier Trustee and my said daughter Mary Collier Executrix of this my Will and I do hereby revoke and make void all former and other Wills and Codicils by me at any time heretofore made and declare this to be my last Will and Testament In Witness whereof I have to this my last Will and Testament contained in five sheets of paper set my hand and seal that is to say to the first four sheets thereof my hand and to this the fifth and last sheet thereof my hand and seal this twenty sixth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty one W Brown Signed sealed published and declared by the said Testator as and for his last Will and Testament in the presence of us who in his presence and at his request and in the presence of each other have subscribed our names as Witnesses A H Hutchinson Crown Court Threadneedle Street J Bonnet J W Horine his Clerk
Proved at London 5th December 1831 before the Worshipful Jesse Addams Doctor of Laws and Surrogate by the oath of
Mary Collier (Wife of Stephen Collier) the daughter and sole Executrix to whom Admon was granted having been first sworn duly to Administer.10
Marginal note on the Will
On the 23rd May 1849 Admon (with the Will annexed) of the Goods Chattels and Credits of William Brown formerly of Poplar in the County of Middlesex but late of East Ham in the County of Essex deceased left unadministered by Mary Collier deceased whilst living the Daughter sole Executrix and the Residuary Legatee named in the said will was passed to Stephen Collier the Husband and Administrator of the Goods of the said Mary Collier deceased having been first sworn duly to Administer The said Executrix died intestate.
(Transcribed by Rosie Ansell November 2012 from a downloaded copy supplied by Geoffrey Barber).
William Brown died in 1831 at East Ham, London, England.
William Brown was buried on 29 November 1831 at St Anne Limehouse, Tower Hamlets, Middlesex, England, "Abode: East Ham, age 73 years."13
His estate was probated on 5 December 1831.10

Family

Mary Stone
Marriage*
William Brown married Mary Stone on 30 August 1783 at Limehouse St Anne, Tower Hamlets, Middlesex, England, Witnesses were Jno Eakers and Thos ...(?) Howard. Married by licence.1
Children

Citations

  1. [S244] Website "Ancestry" (http://www.ancestry.co.uk/) "Source Citation: London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Dunstan And All Saints, Register of marriages, P93/DUN, Item 049.
    Source Information:
    Ancestry.com. London, England, Marriages and Banns, 1754-1921 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.
    Original data: Church of England Parish Registers, 1754-1921. London Metropolitan Archives, London."
  2. [S244] Website "Ancestry" (http://www.ancestry.co.uk/) "London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Dunstan and All Saints, Register of baptisms, May 1770 - Apr 1798, P93/DUN, Item 005."
  3. [S244] Website "Ancestry" (http://www.ancestry.co.uk/) "Source Citation: London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Dunstan and All Saints, Register of baptisms, May 1770 - Apr 1798, P93/DUN, Item 005.
    Source Information:
    Ancestry.com. London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.
    Original data: Church of England Parish Registers, 1538-1812. London, England: London Metropolitan Archives."
  4. [S351] Website "Old Bailey Proceedings Online" (http://www.oldbaileyonline.org/) "Old Bailey Proceedings Online (www.oldbaileyonline.org, version 7.0, 21 November 2012), February 1797, trial of WILLIAM BROWN (t17970215-41)."
  5. [S352] Website "The National Archives UK" (http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/) "HO 47/21/10."
  6. [S353] Website "Pub History Online" (http://pubshistory.com/) "http://pubshistory.com/LondonPubs/Poplar/Resolute.shtml."
  7. [S244] Website "Ancestry" (http://www.ancestry.co.uk/) "Source Citation: London Metropolitan Archives, All Saints, Poplar, Day book of baptisms, Nov 1788 - Aug 1799, P88/ALL1, Item 065."
  8. [S244] Website "Ancestry" (http://www.ancestry.co.uk/) "London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Dunstan and All Saints, Register of baptisms, Apr 1798 - Dec 1812, P93/DUN, Item 006."
  9. [S244] Website "Ancestry" (http://www.ancestry.co.uk/) "Source Citation: London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Dunstan and All Saints, Register of baptisms, Apr 1798 - Dec 1812, P93/DUN, Item 006.
    Source Information:
    Ancestry.com. London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.
    Original data: Church of England Parish Registers, 1538-1812. London, England: London Metropolitan Archives."
  10. [S345] Will of William Brown of East Ham, Essex, England, made 26 May 1831, proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 5 Dec 1831. (TNA: PROB 11/1792/427).
  11. [S137] Website "Wikipedia" (http://en.wikipedia.org/) "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/East_Ham."
  12. [S297] Webpage The Argus (Melbourne) (http://trove.nla.gov.au/) "1871 'Family Notices.', The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1956), 12 August, p. 4, viewed 18 July, 2012, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5853161."
  13. [S244] Website "Ancestry" (http://www.ancestry.co.uk/) "Source Citation: London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Anne, Limehouse, Register of burials, P93/ANN, Item 055; Call Number: p93/ann/055."

William Brown

b. 1604
FatherRev Benjamin Brown b. 1571, d. 1638
     William Brown was born in 1604 at England. He was the son of Rev Benjamin Brown.
William Brown married Susanna Cooper on 3 June 1629 at Ifield, Sussex, England.1

Family

Susanna Cooper
Marriage*
William Brown married Susanna Cooper on 3 June 1629 at Ifield, Sussex, England.1 
Child

Citations

  1. [S24] Index to Sussex Marriages, 1538-1837, Compact Disc SFHGCD003, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, 2008.

William Eakers Brown

b. 14 November 1790, d. 1791
FatherWilliam Brown b. c 1758, d. 1831
MotherMary Stone
     William Eakers Brown was baptized on 14 November 1790 at St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex, England, William is a tea dealer of Poplar. William Eakers Brown is 26 days old, born 18 Oct 1790.1,2 He was the son of William Brown and Mary Stone.
Note that a John Eakers witnessed the marriage of William Brown and Mary Stone in 1783.
A marriage allegation dated 23 Mar 1781 between John Eakers of St Ann, Middlesex, and Elizabeth Stone (widow) of Shoreditch St Leonard would indicate that he married the wife of Mary Stone's brother.
Note also that a John Eakers of Poplar was buried at St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, on 12 May 1793. Elizabeth Eakers was buried 7 Jan 1789 at St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney.3,4
William Eakers Brown died in 1791 at Poplar, London, Middlesex, England.
William Eakers Brown was buried on 14 September 1791 at St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Middlesex, England, name recorded as William Akers Brown "at Poplar."5

Citations

  1. [S244] Website "Ancestry" (http://www.ancestry.co.uk/) "London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Dunstan and All Saints, Register of baptisms, May 1770 - Apr 1798, P93/DUN, Item 005."
  2. [S244] Website "Ancestry" (http://www.ancestry.co.uk/) "London Metropolitan Archives, All Saints, Poplar, Day book of baptisms, Nov 1788 - Aug 1799, P88/ALL1, Item 065."
  3. [S244] Website "Ancestry" (http://www.ancestry.co.uk/) "London Metropolitan Archives, St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, Register of burials, Aug 1784-Dec 1801, P93/DUN/136."
  4. [S244] Website "Ancestry" (http://www.ancestry.co.uk/) "Ancestry.com. London and Surrey, England, Marriage Bonds and Allegations, 1597-1921 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011. (Allegation reference no: Ms 10091/145, Bond reference no: DL/A/D/24/MS10091E/94)."
  5. [S244] Website "Ancestry" (http://www.ancestry.co.uk/) "London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Dunstan and All Saints, Register of burials, Aug 1784 - Dec 1801, P93/DUN, Item 136."

William James Brown

b. 1866
FatherThomas Stephen Collier Brown b. 22 Jul 1832, d. 1900
MotherMaria Smith b. c 1841
     William James Brown was born in 1866 at Avoca, Victoria, Australia. He was the son of Thomas Stephen Collier Brown and Maria Smith.

Ellen Piggot Bryant

b. 1872, d. 29 May 1937
     Ellen Piggot Bryant was born in 1872.
Ellen Piggot Bryant married John Henry Bartlett, son of Josiah Bartlett and Jane McManus, on 4 March 1917 at Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Ellen Piggot Bryant died on 29 May 1937 at Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia.
Ellen Piggot Bryant was buried after 29 May 1937 at Fawkner, Victoria, Australia.

Family

John Henry Bartlett b. 28 Dec 1875, d. 27 Nov 1949
Marriage*
Ellen Piggot Bryant married John Henry Bartlett, son of Josiah Bartlett and Jane McManus, on 4 March 1917 at Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Chloe Bryce

     Chloe Bryce married William Richard Shorten, son of William Robert Shorten and Ann Rosemary McGrath, on 14 November 2009 at Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

Family

William Richard Shorten b. 12 May 1967
Marriage*
Chloe Bryce married William Richard Shorten, son of William Robert Shorten and Ann Rosemary McGrath, on 14 November 2009 at Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Annie Eliza Buchanan

b. circa 1867, d. 29 November 1942
     Annie Eliza Buchanan was born circa 1867.
Annie Eliza Buchanan married Norman Sinclair Ward, son of Thomas Ward and Jane Little, on 16 April 1900 at Perth, Western Australia, Australia.1,2
In 1903 Annie Eliza Buchanan and Norman Sinclair Ward lived at West Perth, Western Australia, Australia.3
In 1910 Annie Eliza Buchanan and Norman Sinclair Ward lived at North Perth, Western Australia, Australia.3
Annie Eliza Buchanan died on 29 November 1942 at Nedlands, Western Australia, Australia. Age 75 years.4

Family

Norman Sinclair Ward b. c 1866, d. 1 Jan 1916
Marriage*
Annie Eliza Buchanan married Norman Sinclair Ward, son of Thomas Ward and Jane Little, on 16 April 1900 at Perth, Western Australia, Australia.1,2 
Children

Citations

  1. [S244] Website "Ancestry" (http://www.ancestry.co.uk/) "Australia Marriage Index, 1788-1950 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010. (Registration No 1193 in Year 1900)."
  2. [S305] Webpage The West Australian (http://trove.nla.gov.au/) "1900 'Family Notices.', The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), 10 May, p. 4, viewed 20 March, 2013, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article23835092."
  3. [S244] Website "Ancestry" (http://www.ancestry.co.uk/) "Australia, Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010."
  4. [S418] Website "Metropolitan Cemeteries Board, WA" (http://www.mcb.wa.gov.au/).

Finlay Buchanan

     Finlay Buchanan married Ethel Ellen Moyle, daughter of Richard Cecil Moyle and Alice Louise Lambert, in 1957 at Surrey, England.1

Family

Ethel Ellen Moyle b. 1929
Marriage*
Finlay Buchanan married Ethel Ellen Moyle, daughter of Richard Cecil Moyle and Alice Louise Lambert, in 1957 at Surrey, England.1 

Citations

  1. [S143] General Register Office: Indexes to Marriages, Sep 1837 - 2006, "Oct-Dec 1957, Surrey North Western, Vol 5g Page 1053."

Albert John Buck

b. circa 1870
FatherWilliam Buck b. c 1835
MotherMary Elizabeth Carr Thacker b. 1839
     Albert John Buck was born circa 1870 at Deptford, Kent, England.1 He was the son of William Buck and Mary Elizabeth Carr Thacker.

Citations

  1. [S69] 1871 Census for England, "Class: RG10; Piece: 747; Folio: 25; Page: 43; GSU roll: 824722."

Anne E Buck

b. circa 1824
FatherWilliam Buck b. 1795, d. 1854
MotherJane Rich b. 1799, d. 1871
     Anne E Buck was born circa 1824 at Chatham, Kent, England.1 She was the daughter of William Buck and Jane Rich.

Citations

  1. [S16] 1851 Census for England "Class: HO107; Piece: 1584; Folio: 638; Page: 10; GSU roll: 174820-174821."

Catherine Buck

b. 16 July 1825
FatherWilliam Buck b. 1795, d. 1854
MotherJane Rich b. 1799, d. 1871
     Catherine Buck was born on 16 July 1825 at Chatham, Kent, England.1,2 She was the daughter of William Buck and Jane Rich.
Catherine Buck was baptized on 11 September 1825 at Ebenezer Chapel (Independent), Clover Street, Chatham, Kent, England.2
Catherine Buck married John Fleming circa 1850 at England.
On 7 April 1861 Catherine Buck and John Fleming lived at 2 Elizabeth Place, Deptford, Kent, England.1
On 2 April 1871 Catherine Buck and John Fleming lived at 33 Manor Street, Gillingham, Kent, England.3

Family

John Fleming b. c 1824
Marriage*
Catherine Buck married John Fleming circa 1850 at England
Children

Citations

  1. [S68] 1861 Census for England, "Class: RG 9; Piece: 395; Folio: 203; Page: 12; GSU roll: 542629."
  2. [S244] Website "Ancestry" (http://www.ancestry.co.uk/) "The National Archives of the UK; Kew, Surrey, England; General Register Office: Registers of Births, Marriages and Deaths surrendered to the Non-parochial Registers Commissions of 1837 and 1857; Class Number: RG 4; Piece Number: 3952."
  3. [S69] 1871 Census for England, "Class: RG10; Piece: 908; Folio: 98; Page: 50; GSU roll: 823492."