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FRYAR family


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Thomas Feyar & Mary Ann Young
Marriage: 11 Jan 1817 Wallsend, Northumberland

Mark Fryar c. 1 Oct 1826 St. Peter's Wallsend, Northumberland
Thomas Fryar & Mary Ann

Marriages Sep Qtr 1851
FRYAR Mark Newcastle T. 25 291
Peel Susan Newcastle T. 25 291

Mark Fryar
marriage: 1851 All Saints, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Northumberland
father: Thomas Fryar
spouse: Susan Peel
other: Robert Peel

FRYAR Susan 29 'Stamboul' 1854 Sydney and/or Newcastle and daughter Reel 2137, [4/4791]; Reel 2467, [4/4942]
FRYAR Elisabeth 2 'Stamboul' 1854 Sydney and/or Newcastle and mother Reel 2137, [4/4791]; Reel 2467, [4/4942]

Wife and family of a resident in the colony - Housekeeper - Northumberland

That means that Mark was already in the colony.

Looking for the arrival of Mark, and his parents Thomas & Mary Ann.



EDIT: The name has lots of variations - Fayer, Feyar, Fryar, Frgar, Fyrer.
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