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Ann SHIELD

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Ann SHIELD c. 10 Dec 1843 Gosforth, Northumberland, England
James & Isabella

Marriage 1861/C0109 Twine William Robert - Sheild Ann

The Courier (Brisbane, Qld. : 1861 - 1864) - Tuesday 13 August 1861 p.8
MARRIAGES
TWINE-SHIELD.-On the 18th July, at Mogill, by the Rev. W. Curnow, William Robert, third son of Mr. Job Twine, to Anne, eldest daughter of Mr. James Shield of Mogill.

Arrived ???

Death 1 Mar 1927/B0520 Twine Ann - James Shield - Isabella Fryar

Death 1908/C03494 Shield Isabella William -

Too many possible for James.

No, I don't know if they are in the 1851 census in England. Just started this one. :D

Regards,

Dave
 
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A brother:

Thomas Shield
England, Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
christening: 28 Nov 1841 GOSFORTH,​NORTHUMBERLAND,​ENGLAND
parents: James Shield,​ Isabella


Death 1898/C03836 Shield Thomas - James Shield - Isabella Fryar


Possible marriage 1867/B2230 Shield Thomas - Twine Annie Cumberland

That would mean a brother and sister SHIELD married a sister and brother TWINE.
 
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QLD death for James Shield

1901/C4363 James Shield James Ann

The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933)
Monday 5 October 1908

Name of Deceased Proprietor- James Shield, late of Moggill near Ipswich,
farmer
Date of Death-19th January, 1901
Name of Claimant-Isabella Shield, widow of deceased
 
And just to complicate things .......Looks like he called himself William at times:rolleyes:

The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933)
Saturday 4 May 1901

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF QUEENSLAND.
In the WILL of JAMES SHIELD (in the - said Will erroneously called William Shield), late of Moggill, near Ipswich, in the State of Queensland, Farmer, De-ceased.
 
Confirmed:

Death 1933/B20546 Shield Annie Cumberland - Job - Ann *** middle name is mother's name

Death 1907/C01516 Twine William Robert - Job Twine - Annie Cumberland

I can only find IGI submitted records for the children of Job & Anne.
 
NSW archives

SHIELD Anne 11 Stamboul 1854
SHIELD Isabella 32 Stamboul 1854
SHIELD James 44 Stamboul 1854
SHIELD James 7 Stamboul 1854
SHIELD Mary A 9 Stamboul 1854
SHIELD Michael 4 Stamboul
SHIELD Thomas 13 Stamboul 1854
SHIELD William 1 Stamboul 1854
 
Thanks gibbo. ;)

Births Sep 1846
Twine Anne Cumberland Westbury on S 11 493

Births Sep 1841
Shield Thomas Tynemouth 25 396
 
The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933)
Saturday 14 April 1877

TWINE. -On the 8th April, at his residence, Moggill, Mr. Job Twine, formerly of Newnham, Gloucestershire, aged 84years
 
:eek:Check this out Dave. How brilliant is this article :2fun::2fun:


The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933)
Monday 22 May 1933

Mrs. A. C. Shield.

A link with the very early days of Brisbane was severed when the death of the late Mrs. Annie Cumberland Shield occurred on May 18. The de- ceased lady was born in Middlesex, England, and was in her 87th year. She arrived in Brisbane with her parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Job Twine, at the age of 3 years, in 1849, by the sailing ship Chasely, after a voyage of six months. The Chasely sailed into Moreton Bay with two other vessels, one of which was the Fortitude, after which Fortitude Valley is named. The family lived first at what is now Wickham Terrace, and Twine Street, off Wickham Terrace, was given the family name. The late Mrs. Shield was married to Mr. Thomas Shield in 1867, in the old Baptist Church in Wharf Street, by the late Rev. M. H. Parkinson. Mr. and Mrs. Shield settled in the Moggill district 55 years ago, and Mr. Shield engaged in farming. Subsequently he became clerk of the old Indooroopilly Divisional Board (later the Moggill Shire Council), and died in 1897. The late Mrs. Shield in her early married life was actively associated with the work of the City Baptist Church. After leaving the Moggill district the deceased lived in Toowong, Indooroo- pilly, and Taringa. For a number of years she had resided with her elder daughter, Mrs. E. Taylor, in Upper Edward Street, city. The late Mr. and Mrs. T. Shield had a family of 10 children, six of whom are living. They are Messrs. J. M. (Tweed dis- trict), formerly Deputy Public Curator, J. A. Shield (Toowong), Percival (East Brisbane), and T. W. Shield (Indooroo- pilly), and Mesdames E. Taylor (city) and R. Hinton (Taringa). There are 22 grandchildren and one great-great- grandchild. The funeral took place to the Toowong Cemetery, the Rev. J. H. Latimer (Taringa Baptist Church) conducting the service at the graveside.
 
Very good, thank you. ;)

Middlesex does not seem to be correct. Age 3 fits but this is Gloucestershire:

Births Sep 1846
Twine Anne Cumberland Westbury on S 11 493

Also this is different:

Job TWINE, his wife Ann CUMBERLAND and their four children (William, Elizabeth, Robert Cumberland and Ann) left England in 1849 for Australia aboard the ship “Lima”. Upon their arrival they settled in Wickham Terrace.

Index to the Unassisted Arrivals NSW 1842-1855
TWINE Mr, Mrs, Fam Lima P 17 Oct 1849 London SMH Lima Co Ltd


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James SHIELD was a miner - ?endale, Cumberland

Isabella was from Wallsend, Northumberland.
 
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Well that newspaper article lied didnt it :2fun::2fun:

Found this dated 1877

One more of our old colonists has just passed away. Mr. Job Twine, of Moggill, died on the 8th instant. He was among those who came to Moreton Bay under the auspices of the Rev. Dr. Lang, arriving by the barque Lima, in 1849. Mr. Twine has in his time taken a deep interest in the welfare of the colony, and, in conjunction with many others, he took an active part in agitating for separation from New South Wales.
 
The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)
Wednesday 24 October 1849

DEPARTURES.

October 23.-Lima, barque, 349 tons, Cap- tain Yule, for Moreton Bay. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Ellerby and child, Mrs. Ellerby, senior, Mr. and Mrs Twine and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bailey and family, Lieutenant Col- lins, Mr. Julian, Rev. Mr. Baker (chaplain), Mrs. Baker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis and family, Mr. and Mrs. Saunder and family, Mr. Hudson and family, Mr. Barlow and family, Mrs. Humby and son, two Misses Fry, Dr. Wilkinson, Surgeon-Superintendent.
 
I've just been in Qld. BMD getting the full dates for the marriages and deaths.

Marriages Mar 1841
Shield James Newcastle on Tyne 25 255
Fryar Isabella Newcastle on Tyne 25 255

I think we are done except for the 1841 and 1851 census listings for SHIELD family.
 
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Not yet. One more daughter with some loose ends. :2fun:

Where was this marriage? Is there a Reg# ?

Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer (NSW : 1845 - 1860) - Saturday 17 July 1852
Married
By special license, on the 13th Instant, by the Rev. A. Salmon, Mr. James Reid Maxwell, of Sofala, to Frances Cumberland, eldest daughter of Job Twine, Esq., of Grove Farm, Moreton Bay.

And where and when was James born?

Death 12103/1896 MAXWELL JAMES R - ALEXANDER - ELIZABETH - WOOLLAHRA

The Sydney Morning Herald - Tuesday 28 July 1896
DEATHS
MAXWELL.-July 26, at his residence Rison, Waverley and Woollahra, James Reid Maxwell, in his 78th year.


Also, it seems Frances was not on the 'Lima' with the others.

Parents plus William, Elizabeth, Robert & Ann, although I don't know where that info came from.
 
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It seems not all the children arrived on the 'Lima' in 1849.

Here is another:

The Moreton Bay Courier (Brisbane, Qld. : 1846 - 1861) - Saturday 15 December 1855 p.3
MARRIED
By special license, at Rainham, on Tuesday, 27th December, 1855, by the Revd. James B. Laughton, B.A., of St. Stephen's Church, Bathurst, Frederick William, second son of Mr. J. Twine, Moreton Bay, to Mary, second daughter of Mr. Roderick McLean, of George's Plains.

There is a Rainham in England but where is it in Australia?
 
Yes.

We have some funny marriages. Reported in Qld. newspaper, a minister from Bathurst, NSW at a place I can't find on the map.
 
Yes.

We have some funny marriages. Reported in Qld. newspaper, a minister from Bathurst, NSW at a place I can't find on the map.



And things were flowing along nicely for a while to :2fun::2fun:

I cant find that place Rainham in Australia neither :confused:

Not to get things mixed up any but will post this for you now before i forget.
Its had headstone photos for James and Isabella and a couple of others.

http://austcemindex.com/cemetery-inscriptions.php?id=479
 
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