Church St Peter & St Paul
MarriageDate 30 Mar 1797
One more. :biggrin:
Title: John Tindall, one of 200 convicts transported on the Indefatigable, October 1814.
Details: Sentence details: Convicted at Lincoln Assizes for a term of 14 years on 23 July 1814.
Date of Departure: October 1814.
Place of Arrival: New South...
Marriage 1782/1870 NEW CHARLES - LOITERTOW SARAH - BERRIMA
Death 13120/1915 NEW CHARLES - JAMES - - COOTAMUNDRA
1930 NSW Electoral Roll - Werriwa - Goulburn
NEW Sarah, c.o. Fuller, 20 Addison street, home duties
NEW Sidney James, 20 Addison street, carpenter
Adam 30 Farm Labourer Holbeath Lincolnshire Thomas & Sarah both dead Baptist Can Read None Good None Paid £2 for self & family
Ann 23 Farm Labourer Leek Lincolnshire William & Sarah White Father living at Boston Lincolnshire Wesleyan...
Marriages Jun 1856
GLENN George Stamford 7a 409
DIXON Charlotte Stamford 7a 409
Assisted to NSW 1858
George 30 Farm Labourer Castlebartham Lincolnshire Thomas & Mary living in Castlebartham CE Both None Good None Paid £ for Self and Wife
Charlotte 22 Wife...
Address: Lincoln Lane, Boston
William Louth 52 Head farm Labourer Addlethorp, Lincs
Jane Louth 51 wife Croft Marsh, Lincs
John Henry 9 son Bratoft, Lincs
Emily 5 dau Newark, Notts
I'd like a look up for the family in 1841 please...
This family is a bit harder to trace.
Marriages Mar 1855
PROCTOR Benjamin Spalding 7a 367
Louth Charlotte Spalding 7a 367
PROCTOR Benjamin 23 Constitution 1855 Sydney and/or Newcastle and wife Reel 2137, [4/4792]; Reel 2469, [4/4947]
PROCTOR Charlotte 22...
Adam LOITERTON b. 1822 Holbeach, Lincolnshire - married in 1852 in Boston, Lincs
Adam is not with his family or siblings in 1841 or 1851. One sibling is in Hertforfshire and the others are in various sub-RD of RD Holbeach, Lincs.
Known variations of the name: LOBERTON, LODERTON...
Ann WHITE b. abt 1831 Leake, Lincolnshire d. 1879 NSW
Father is John and mother not listed on her death record.
Death 4140/1879 LONERAGAN ANN - JOHN DIED BATHURST BATHURST
Can we prove it's not this one? It's a long way from Leake. Unless Leek is not Leake. ;)