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Caroline DARLING

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Caroline b. 20 Dec 1809 c. 3 Jan 1810 St Nicholas Yarmouth, Norfolk
William DARLING Susanna DOWN

County Middlesex
Church name St George Hanover Square
Register type Transcript
Marriage date 17 Dec 1829
Groom forename Alfred
Groom surname SLAUGHTER
Bride forename Caroline
Bride surname DARLING
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SLAUGHTER Caroline 39 and family 'Fortitude' 1849 F2354 * dv 9 Oct 1848

Death 11 Jan 1866/B02836 Wacey Ann - - ** born England aged 88 years

The Brisbane Courier (Qld.) - Sat 13 Jan 1866 p.4
DEATH
WACEY.-On the 11th January, at her residence, in Brunswick-street, Mrs. Ann Wacey, in her 88th year, mother-in-law to Alfred Slaughter, Senior, Esq., of this city.

Alfred married three times so Ann is the mother of which one?
 

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2nd. Don't know if Samuel married an Ann.

The Courier (Brisbane, Qld.) - Sat 28 Mar 1863 p.2
MARRIED.
March 13, at Brisbane, by the Rev. J. H. Fletcher, Wesleyan Minister, Alfred Slaughter, senior, to Emma, eldest daughter of Mr. Samuel Thompson, of Luton, Bedfordshire.

Jan 1866 would rule out this one so ...

3rd.

23 Nov 1866/B01927 Slaughter Alfred - Matthews Ellen nee Wilson - parents Isaac & Sarah
 

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Yes Geoff.

Date rules 3rd one out and that is Sarah and 1st one seems to be Susanna.

No known spouse of Samuel Thompson.

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Emma Thompson born abt 1820 Luton, Beds.

I can't find the Wacey marriage or any other Wacey deaths in Qld.
 

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I don't have Emma Thompson in 1841 or 1851 yet.

Married William de Fraine first.

1861
RG9 Piece 1013 Folio 83 Page 6
Civil Parish: Luton
County: Bedfordshire
Registration District: Luton
Sub-RD: Luton
ED: 14
No of Schedule: 28
Address: 4 Dumfries St
DEFRAINE Emma Wife Mar 40 Straw Bonnet Sewer Luton Bedfordshire
DEFRAINE William Son 15 Pupil Teacher Luton Bedfordshire
PEARMAN Mary Ann Lodger Unm 20 Straw Bonnet Sewer Ardley Hertfordshire

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Mrs Caroline Slaughter (nee Darling) died on the Fortitude on 9th October 1848 following a confinement on 2nd October 1848, so only her husband, mother Mrs Ann Wacey, and Alfred Snr's children landed at Moreton Bay.
Then wrong parents for Caroline Darling or ...
 

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Assisted immigrants arriving at Moreton Bay-Brisbane, 1848-59 and family 'Fortitude' 1849 F2354
SLAUGHTER Alfred 41
SLAUGHTER Caroline 39
SLAUGHTER Henry Geo. 15
SLAUGHTER Caroline 13
SLAUGHTER Eliza 11
SLAUGHTER Edward 9
SLAUGHTER William 8
SLAUGHTER Anne 6
SLAUGHTER Frederick 4
SLAUGHTER Frances 2
 

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“FORTITUDE" IMMIGRANTS”
(Courtesy of Mr. E.V. Stevens who researched the list of passengers of the "Fortitude" which arrived in Moreton Bay (Brisbane) in 1849 for which there is no known official roll of names in existence.)

Not exactly correct. Should say not a full and accurate list of all on board exists.

Wacey, Mrs. Anne, 69. Mother of Mrs. Slaughter.
Wacey, John, 23. Nephew of Mr. Slaughter.
 
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Death for John Wacey?

Can't find John in 1841 census?

Ann Wacey
Event Type:
Census
Event Date:
1841
Event Place:
East Dereham, Norfolk
Birthplace:
Norfolk
Registration District:
Mitford & Launditch
Parish:
East Dereham
County:
Norfolk
Page Number:
20
Registration Number:
HO107
Piece/Folio:
780/31
Affiliate Record Type:
Household
Household Role *** Age Birthplace
George Wacey Male 60 Norfolk
George Wacey Male 21 Norfolk
Ann Wacey Female 58 Norfolk
Mary Ann Wacey Female 22 Norfolk
Sarah Wacey Female 9 Norfolk
Maria Wacey Female 16 Norfolk
 
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Samuel John Thompson Wacey
Gender:
Male
Christening Date:
28 Mar 1828
Yarmouth, Norfolk, England
Father's Name:
Samuel Wacey
Mother's Name:
Mary
 

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Possible.. There is a note from another user that Caroline & Eliza must have been elsewhere when the census was taken.
1841
RD: St Martin in the Fields
Add = possibly Oxendon Street
Alfred Slaughter 34 [Not BiC. No occ]
Caroline Slaughter 32 [do]
George Slaughter 8
Edward Slaughter 3
William Slaughter 10 Mo
John Giles 30 Cathrine Elitherow 25 Joseph Slaughter 15 Haorni Slaughter 20 Lucy Skimner 15 Francis Fendt 20

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Thanks Geoff.

Joseph 15 and Naomi 20 are children of Alfred's brother Thomas.

Thomas and wife Mary Ida and rest of children not found in 1841.

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George Wacey
Spouse's Name:
Ann Moore
Event Date:
20 Jul 1817
Event Place:
East Dereham, Norfolk

George Wacey
Spouse's Name:
Ann Moore
Event Date:
23 Sep 1817
Event Place:
East Dereham, Norfolk
 

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Marriages solemnized in the Parish of St George, Hannover Square in the County of Middlesex in 1829
No. 867
Alfred Slaughter of this Parish
Caroline Darling of this Parish
were married in this Church by Banns this Seventeenth Day of December 1829
by me G. P. Sandilands Curate
Parties signed: ?? [written in same hand]
Witnesses: George Dixon, Elizh. Jennings
 

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