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Elizabeth COX

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NSW Bap V1835378 21/1835 COX ELIZABETH - WILLIAM - CATHARINE - CJ= CofE Sydney, St James'

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Baptisms solemnized in the Parish of Saint James in the County of Cumberland in the Year 1837
No. 392 When Baptised: May 7th When Born: Decr. 12th 1835 Elizabeth - William & Catharine Cox Abode: Castlereagh Street Quality or Profession: Merchant's Clerk By whom the Ceremony was performed: Robt. Cartwright

Elizabeth b. 12 Dec 1835 baptised 7 May 1837 St James Sydney age 1 - William & Catherine Cox - FHL 993952

Looking for marriage and deaths of William and Catharine, thanks.
 
NSW Bap V1835378 21/1835 COX ELIZABETH - WILLIAM - CATHARINE - CJ= CofE Sydney, St James'

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Baptisms solemnized in the Parish of Saint James in the County of Cumberland in the Year 1837
No. 392 When Baptised: May 7th When Born: Decr. 12th 1835 Elizabeth - William & Catharine Cox Abode: Castlereagh Street Quality or Profession: Merchant's Clerk By whom the Ceremony was performed: Robt. Cartwright

Elizabeth b. 12 Dec 1835 baptised 7 May 1837 St James Sydney age 1 - William & Catherine Cox - FHL 993952

Looking for marriage and deaths of William and Catharine, thanks.


Catherine Hennessy/Cox/Shaw (nee Dowling) married 1st April 1844 Sydney to William Shaw born 1804 Yorkshire. She died 1858 Glebe and was buried 16th November 1858. The Elizabeth you refer to was the eldest daughter of Catherine and her second husband Robert William Cox and is my ancestor. She married twice i) Samuel William Woollard and ii) Edward Hebden Brodribb
 
Thanks and welcome to the Forum.

On a side branch of my large tree. Connected via this marriage.

The Argus (Melbourne, Vic.) - Sat 16 Feb 1895 p.1
MARRIAGES
BRODRIBB - WALKER.-On the 29th ult., at Ellerslie, Auburn, by the Rev. A. Gosman, Edward Hebden, eldest son of the late E. H. Brodribb, of Ararat, to Annie Maude, second daughter of J. Walker, late of Armadale.


Dave
 
Thanks and welcome to the Forum.

On a side branch of my large tree. Connected via this marriage.

The Argus (Melbourne, Vic.) - Sat 16 Feb 1895 p.1
MARRIAGES
BRODRIBB - WALKER.-On the 29th ult., at Ellerslie, Auburn, by the Rev. A. Gosman, Edward Hebden, eldest son of the late E. H. Brodribb, of Ararat, to Annie Maude, second daughter of J. Walker, late of Armadale.


Dave

I have a lot of information on both Catherine and Robert William Cox who were both Irish convicts, their life in Castlereagh Street and their problems with the authorities if you are interested. Elizabeth married Edward Hebden Brodribb after her second husband (my ancestor) was killed with 2 others in a mine collapse in the goldfields at Long Gully, Vict. She turned to teaching on the goldfields after his death.
I believe Elizabeth had 4 siblings but other than birth and baptism dates I have no other information.
 
Elizabeth is 6 steps off my main line so I think I have enough details, thanks anyway.

Do you have the images of the baptism and marriage?

Bap V1835378 21/1835 COX ELIZABETH - WILLIAM - CATHARINE CJ= CofE Sydney, St James'

Page 27
Baptisms solemnized in the Parish of Saint James in the County of Cumberland in the Year 1837
No. 392 When Baptised: May 7th When Born: Decr. 12th 1835 Elizabeth - William & Catharine Cox Abode: Castlereagh Street Quality or Profession: Merchant's Clerk By whom the Ceremony was performed: Robt. Cartwright

Marriage V1853970 39C/1853 WOOLLAND WILLIAM - COX ELIZABETH - CJ

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Marriages solemnized in the Parish of - in the County of - in the Year 18
No. 32
William Woolland of this Parish, Bachelor
Elizabeth Cox of this Parish, Spinster
married in this Church by License with consent of -
this 20th day of April 1853 By me Oswald J. Howell Officiating Minister of St. James'
Parties signed: W. Woolland, Elizabeth Cox
Witnesses: William Robert Cox of Castlereagh Street, Catherine her x mark Cox of same
 
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