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HARVEY & VENNING

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Edmund HARVEY & Thomasine VENNING
m. 19 Aug 1811 Lanteglos by Camelford, Cornwall, England
Batch M023081 GS Film 496683

NSW Bap V1845224 55/1845 HARVEY ELIZABETH T - EDMUND - MARGERY

SA Marriage
DINHAM William 43y S (f not rec) - HARVEY Thomasin 50y W (f not rec)
m. 4 Jan 1846 at Res of John Edwards Adelaide dist Ade Book 12 p.44
 

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Not 100% sure the William Dinman/Thomasine Harvey is correct. If she is your Thomasine Harvey she was telling a whopper saying she was 50 in 1846 because the Thomasine Venning who married Edmund Harvey was baptised in St Clether 23 June 1788, parents George and Margaret.

Edmund Harvey was baptised 2 September 1787 in Lanteglos by Camelford, parents John and Ann. He was buried in Lanteglos by Camelford 24 October 1828 aged 41
 

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Edmund Harvey baptised 1815 to Edmund and Thomasin married Margery Taylor Dec 1837 Launceston 9 195

Marriage is on Cornwall OPC for details of witnesses, fathers etc.
 

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Thanks emeltee.

Thanks gibbo.

I will check my tree.

I've not yet found out why the move to South Australia.
 
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NSW Death 9968/1900 HARVEY EDMUND - EDMUND -THOMASIN - OBERON * 24 Sep 1900

Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal (NSW) - Tue 25 Sep 1900 p.2
OBERON. [From our Correspondent.]
Death of Mr. Edmund Harvey.-Yesterday (Monday) morning Mr. Edmund Harvey, of "The Retreat," Oberon, passed away at the advanced age of 85. The deceased gentleman was one of the oldest and best respected residents of the district. He settled in Bathurst in 1838 on his arrival from England, and a few years afterwards removed to Oberon, where he has resided almost continuously for the past 48 years. ...

NSW Death 14517/1909 HARVEY MARGERY - JOHN - MARY - OBERON * 4 Dec 1909

The Bathurst Times (NSW) - Thu 9 Dec 1909 p.2
Obituary. Oberon, Tuesday.
Mrs. Harvey, one of the oldest and most respected residents of this district passed away at her late residence, 'The Retreat' Oberon, on Saturday afternoon, at the great age of 93 years. The deceased lady arrived in Australia in 1838 with her late husband. ...
 
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20 Oct 1837
Parish or Reg District West Briton
Groom Edmund HARVEY
Groom Residence Camelford
Bride (Miss) TAYLOR
Bride Residence Laneast
Bride Father John
Other Information At Laneast on Thurs 12th inst.; bride eldest dau; the couple sailed for Australia by the "Upton Castle" on Mon last from Plymouth

The Sydney Monitor (NSW) - Mon 25 Dec 1837 p.2
... Upton Castle, ... to sail from Plymouth on the 19th of October, ...
 

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The Australian (Sydney, NSW) - Tue 27 Feb 1838 p.2
Shipping Intelligence.
ARRIVED.
FEBRUARY 24.-The ship Upton Castle, Williams, master, from Plymouth via the Cape of Good Hope, with merchandise. Passengers - His Excellency Sir George Gipps, Lady Gipps, and Master Gipps, ...

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Mr Harvey, Mrs Harvey, Mrs Harvey Snr., Miss Harvey, Miss Caroline, Miss Mary, Master Jno.

Governor of NSW
9. Sir George Gipps 24 Feb, 1838 to 11 July, 1846
 
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