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1866 Burial record - BEACH & ADLEM

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Death 822/1866 BEACH WILLIAM - WILLIAM - DIED SYDNEY SYDNEY * 6 July ?

Death 826/1866 ADLEM SAMUEL AGE 40 YEARS DIED SYDNEY SYDNEY * 7 July

The Sydney Morning Herald - Thu 12 Jul 1866 p.1
DEATHS
On the 7th instant, Mr. WILLIAM BEACH, aged 23 years ; also, on the same day, Mr. SAMUEL ADLAM, brother-in-law of the above, thus leaving both sisters widows on the same morning.

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BURIALS in the Parish of Camperdown in the County of Cumberland in the Year 1866
No. 14059 William Beach Abode: Clarence St When Died: July 7 When Buried: July 9 Age: 23 years Ship's Name: Quality or Profession: - By whom the Ceremony was performed: Charles Kemp

No. 14061 Samuel Adlem Abode: Clarence St When Died: July 7 When Buried: July 9 Age: 40 years Ship's Name: Quality or Profession: ... ? By whom the Ceremony was performed: Charles Kemp


The register has numbers on both sides of the page.

Occupation, thanks.

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The Cornwall Chronicle (Launceston, Tas.) - Sat 5 Dec 1846
It is hereby notified to the under-mentioned individuals, that it is the intention of his Excellency the Administrator of the Government to recommend them to the gracious consideration of Her Majesty the Queen for Conditional Pardons, available in the Australian Colonies and New Zealand :
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Per Stratheden.- ..., Samuel Adlem, ...
 

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Death 822/1866 BEACH WILLIAM - WILLIAM - DIED SYDNEY SYDNEY * 6 July ?

Death 826/1866 ADLEM SAMUEL AGE 40 YEARS DIED SYDNEY SYDNEY * 7 July

The Sydney Morning Herald - Thu 12 Jul 1866 p.1
DEATHS
On the 7th instant, Mr. WILLIAM BEACH, aged 23 years ; also, on the same day, Mr. SAMUEL ADLAM, brother-in-law of the above, thus leaving both sisters widows on the same morning.

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BURIALS in the Parish of Camperdown in the County of Cumberland in the Year 1866
No. 14059 William Beach Abode: Clarence St When Died: July 7 When Buried: July 9 Age: 23 years Ship's Name: Quality or Profession: - By whom the Ceremony was performed: Charles Kemp

No. 14061 Samuel Adlem Abode: Clarence St When Died: July 7 When Buried: July 9 Age: 40 years Ship's Name: Quality or Profession: ... ? By whom the Ceremony was performed: Charles Kemp


The register has numbers on both sides of the page.

Occupation, thanks.

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I can't see an occupation for William looks like it's blank, but Samuel's looks like Clerk.
 

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William
Last name Beach
Denomination
Marriage year 1864
Registration year 1864
Registration district Sydney
State New South Wales
CountryA ustralia
Spouse's first name(s) Sarah Ann
Spouse's last name Farmer
Registration number 266
Volume reference
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Samuel
Last name Adlem
Denomination
Marriage year 1858
Registration year 1858
Registration district Sydney
State New South Wales
Country Australia
Spouse's first name(s) Emma
Spouse's last name Farmer
Registration number428

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Thanks Amanda.

Samuel was a hotel keeper in Tasmania. He spent short periods in and out of gaol after he was granted a pardon. No idea what occupation he followed in his latter years in Sydney.

It looks like Covt = Convict but he received his pardon years before.

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Thanks Ellie.

Rather curious with number on both edges of all pages. The numbers on right hand side of left page are not even in sequence.

Looks like the register has been renumbered but ...

It's not a convict number as the following shows Samuel's

CON27/1/11 (Image 116)
No: 17073 Name: Adlem Samuel Trade: Groom Offence: Stealing a purse Where Tried: Exeter Sentence: 15 Native Place: Warminster Age: 22

Also don't know why BMD has 6th for William.

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Reg# 52 26 Oct 1846 ADLEM Samuel 22 SHIRLEY Harriet 20 RGD No 37 Hobart

Permission to Marry: Applied 21 Sep 1846 and approved because he has a Ticket of Leave.

Family Name (1) Given Names (1) Ship or Free (1) Family Name (2) Given Names (2) Ship or Free (2) Date CON Ref(s) RGD Ref(s)
ADLEM Samuel 'Stratheden' SHIRLEY Harriett 'Emma Eugenia' 21 SEP 1846 CON52/1/2 p9
RGD37/5 : 1846/52



Banns Register for St James Sydney
Samuel Adlem Bachelor of St James Parish 25
Emma Farmer Spinster of St Lawrence Parish 19
Banns 1858 - 25th Apr, 2nd May, 9th May

Samuel was not a bachelor and probably a bigamist as Harriet didn't die until 1862.

St James' CofE Sydney
No. 3
Samuel Adlem Bachelor England - 27 - George St James & Ann Adlem Gardener
Emma Farmer Spinster England - 18 - Macquarie St Edward & Jemima Farmer (Evens ?) Engineer
married in Church of St James Sydney by Banns
30th May 1858 By me George Gurney
Samuel signed, the mark x of Emma Farmer
Witnesses: Sarah Moss, John Moss
 

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St. James' Church Sydney
No. 145
William Beach Bachelor Sydney NSW Farmer 21 511 Pitt Street William & Rachel ?? Beach Farmer
Sarah Ann Farmer Spinster Sydney NSW - 18 511 Pitt Street Edward Farmer & Jemima Evans Brass Founder
married in Church of St James' by Banns
March 24th 1864 By me Robert Allwood
William signed, The x mark of Sarah Ann Farmer
Witnesses: Henry Plummor ?, The x mark of Emma Adlum

Married sister a witness. Adlem/Adlam/Adler/Adlum/Ad...

Have not found the Banns register for this one.
 

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