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1913 Electoral Roll - HARTLEY

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Goulburn Evening Post โ€“ Mon 13 Aug 1951

The death occurred at the Goulburn Hospital on Friday of Miss Frances Rosalie Hartley of 78 Montague Street. She is survived by a brother Frank (Cessnock) and a sister Dora (Mrs Carr) of Liverpool. After service at her late residence at 3.30pm on Saturday, her funeral left for the Anglican portion of the General Cemetery.

The Daily Telegraph โ€“ Wed 1 March 1916

CARR-HARTLEY โ€“ January 26th at the residence of the brideโ€™s parents by the Rev J D Nicolson, Charles, Third son of Mr and Mrs L Carr of โ€œAshfordโ€ Goulburn, to Dora S, second daughter of Mr and Mrs H F Hartley of โ€œBalhearyโ€ Chatsbury.
Dora Susan Carr died 1954 Liverpool

Charles Henry Hartley died 1934 Goulburn โ€“ son

Henry Francis Hartley (father) died 1917 Goulburn

Christina Hartley โ€“ Goulburn Evening Post โ€“ Sat 16 March 1918

The Friends of the late Mrs Christina Hartley, relict of the late Henry Francis Hartle of Balheary Chatsbury are invited to attend her funeral to leave her late residnece Balheary Chatswood tomorrow Sunday at 10 am arrive at C of E portion General Cemetery Goulburn around 2.15pm

Eleanor Isabella F Hartley died 1950 Goulburn โ€“ her Orbit
Goulburn Evening Post โ€“ Mon 4 Sept 1950
https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/104334573?searchTerm=eleanor%20hartley&searchLimits=l-state=New+South+Wales|||l-decade=195|||l-year=1950
 

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Sarah Slater
Age 22
Farm Serv. Epis. R&W
Native Residence Place Kill?, Cavan
Ship 'Mathesis' ? * Error
Event Date 1842
Volume 63 ? * Error
Under protection of James LESLIE & wife

James Leslie
Age 23
Native Place Drammully, Fermanagh
Father Samuel Leslie
Mother Esther
Spouse Margaret Leslie
Spouse's Residence Place Aghabob, Monaghan
Spouse's Father John Piner
Spouse's Mother Hannah
Ship 'Margaret'
Event Date 23 Jan 1842
Volume 62

Sarah died in 1855 and records have her age then as 29.

Eleanor Slater
Age 24
Farm Ser. Epis. Read
Native Residence Place Kill ? Cavan
Ship 'Mathesis' ? * Error
Event Date 1842
Volume 63 ? * Error
Under protection of James LESLIE & wife

James Leslie
Age 23
Native Place Drammully, Fermanagh
Father Samuel Leslie
Mother Esther
Spouse Margaret Leslie
Spouse's Residence Place Aghabob, Monaghan
Spouse's Father John Piner
Spouse's Mother Hannah
Ship 'Margaret'
Event Date 23 Jan 1842
Volume 62
 

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Ships in harbour
Margaret, brig, 196 tons, M'Kinnon, in the Cove
Margeret, schooner, 46 tons, Scarbrow, in Farm Cove * from London (Scarborough)
Margaret, barque, 623 tons, Ker, In the stream, * from Greenock
 
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4 Jan 1842
LAID ON FOR THESE COLONIES;
List of vessels and port of departure and expected date

Mathesis 350 tons May 20 - from Scotland

The Mathesis, from Dundee with 81 immigrants,
arrived on Sunday. We have formerly
given an account of nearly the whole of the
cargo of this ship having been burnt by a fire
which broke out on board ; she was in conse-
quence obliged to put into Rio, where she
underwent some repairs.

No vessel Margaret on the list.
 

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It does look like the 'Margaret', Dave.. It's on NSW and Anc.. She looks to be with an Eleanor.

NSW.

If the link doesn't work she on page 9, Margaret 24 Jan 1842

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EDIT: Link OK..
 

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NSW Assisted:
Sarah Slater
Age: 22
Arrival Date: 23 Jan 1842
Vessel Name: Margaret
Origin Location: Kile, County Cavan, Ireland
[Mentions protection on the original]

Geoff
 

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Thanks Geoff.

I didn't know how Charles Wiggins fitted in until I was alerted to the arrival of the sisters.

No. 361
I, Charles Wiggins, bachelor do hereby declare that I am a Member of, or hold Communion with, the Presbyterian Church [signed] Charles Wiggins
I, Ellen Slater, Spinster do hereby declare that I am a Member of, or hold Communion with, the - Church [signed] -
I, James Fullerton, L.L.D. , of Sydney, Minister of the Scots Church Pitt St, do hereby certify that Charles Wiggins, Bachelor, of Sydney, and Ellen Slater, Spinster, of Sydney, were joined together in Wedlock by me on the fourteenth day of December 1846, at Sydney, in the presence of Ann Tilson and Henery Tilson.
Witneses signed. [signed] James Fullerton L.L.D. Presbyterian Minister

No. 13
I, Owen Furner do hereby declare that I am a Member of, or hold Communion with, the Wesleyan Church [signed] Owen Furner
I, Sarah Slater do hereby declare that I am a Member of, or hold Communion with, the Wesleyan Church [signed] Sarah Slater
I, William Lightbody, of Goulburn, Minister of the Wesleyan Church, do hereby certify that Owen Furner, of Goulburn and Sarah Slater, of Goulburn were joined together in Wedlock by me on the 1st day of January 1849, at Goulburn, in the presence of Charles Furner and Charles Wiggins, both of Goulburn.
Witnesses signed. Charles Furner, Charles (his x mark) Wiggins [signed] William Lightbody Wesleyan Minister
 

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Margaret, brig, 196 tons, M'Kinnon, in the Cove
Margeret, schooner, ...

are in the harbour on 18 Jan.

Margeret, schooner, ...

13 Jan.

It must be this one then ??

Margaret, barque, 623 tons, Ker, In the stream, * from Greenock
 

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