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DUESBURY family

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1861
RG09 Piece: 3468 Folio: 98 Page: 25
Registration District: Ecclesall Bierlow
Sub District: 4 Ecclesall Bierlow
Enumeration District: 6
Ecclesiastical Parish: Ecclesall
Civil Parish: Ecclesall Bierlow
Municipal Borough: Sheffield
Address: Nether Edge, Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield Yorkshire (West Riding)
DEWSBURY Samuel Head Married M 38 1823 ... Manchester Lancashire
DEWSBURY Esther Wife Married F 29 1832 London Middlesex
DEWSBURY Horace Son M 9 1852 Scholar Sheffield Yorkshire
DEWSBURY Esther Daughter F 8 1853 Scholar Sheffield Yorkshire
DEWSBURY Frank Son M 6 1855 Scholar Sheffield Yorkshire
DEWSBURY Lewis Son M 4 1857 Scholar Sheffield Yorkshire
DEWSBURY Edwin Son M 2 1859 Sheffield Yorkshire

The DUESBURY family arrived in Australia about 1865. ???

Probably as unassisted as I can't find them in the assisted lists.

Most of the family ended up in Brisbane. Son Frank married in Sydney.

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Dave
 

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The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)
Thursday 8 October 1936

Miss Effie Duesbury, of Killara the great-great-granddaughter o; the founder of the Crown Derby pot- teries, which she visited during a recen' trip abroad.

Miss Duesbury not only has a link witt old England, but also a link with early AUS' tralla. The descendants of the founder o thc Derby potteries-her grandfather, grand mother, and their six children-came to Aus. tralla in 1864, the voyage taking five and i half months. Two of those children survive Mr. Lewis Duesbury, of Camden, and Mr Fred Duesbury, of Brisbane. Miss Duesbury'! father, the Rev. Frank Duesbury, of Sydney died in 1924.
Miss Duesbury's maternal grandfather Henry Carter Perdrlau, was also one of th( early settlers, and the owner of the first ferries which ran on Sydney Harbour.
 

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Thanks gibbo. ;) Every little bit helps. So 1864 or 1865.

Were you alone here today? :2fun:

Did you realise both Gillies and Duesbury are connected to Perdriau?
 

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I only just seen your reply from yesterday :2fun::2fun:

Yes i was alone yesterday and again for a while today to :biggrin:

Yes i noticed the connection between them families and a few others as well :2fun::2fun::2fun:
 
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Hello

I'm the GG Grand-Daughter of Samuel Duesbury m Esther Pryse
Frederick Duesbury m Ellen Shirlow
Jean Duesbury m William Sparks
Frank Sparks m Jessie Sparks
Me :D

I've a fair bit on the Duesburys in Aust as well as extended branches.
Happy to share if interested.

Cheers
Cas
 

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The DUESBURY family arrived in Australia about 1865. ???

Probably as unassisted as I can't find them in the assisted lists.

Most of the family ended up in Brisbane. Son Frank married in Sydney.

Regards,

Dave
It would have to be before 1866...

Qld:
1866/B4766 Samuel Duesbury Samuel Esther Bryse

Geoff
 

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Hello Cas and welcome to FHUK

Thanks for the info.

I do have a few queries. One being the arrival in Australia.

Dave
 

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