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Hugh REID

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Hugh REID born abt 1843 Ayrshire married in NSW in 1865.

1594/1865 REID HUGH McMILLAN - HANSARD LOUISA N A - BATHURST


Piece: SCT1851/599 Place: Ayr -Ayrshire Enumeration District: 7
Civil Parish: Kilwinning Ecclesiastical Parish, Village or Island: Kilwinning
Folio: 0 Page: 1 Schedule: 2
Address: Benthead
Surname First name(s) Rel Status *** Age Occupation Where Born Remarks
RIED John Head M M 51 Farmer 155 Acre Emp 1 Lab Ayrshire - Craigie
RIED Margaret Wife M F 42 Ayrshire - Dundonald
RIED Janet Dau U F 18 Ayrshire - Kilmarnock
RIED John Son U M 17 Ayrshire - Dundonald
RIED David Son - M 12 Ayrshire - Kilwinning
RIED Hugh Son - M 7 Ayrshire - Kilwinning
RIED James Son - M 5 Ayrshire - Kilwinning
RIED Robert Son - M 3 Ayrshire - Kilwinning
COLLINS James Servnt U M 26 Farm Servant Ayrshire - Dalrymple
SLOAN Jean Servnt - F 14 House Servant Ayrshire - Kilmarnock
MCMILLAN James Wifnep - M 4m (Wife's Nephew) Ayrshire - Kilmarnock

I'd like a look up please for Hugh and the family in 1861.

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Hi Dave

Hugh away from home...

1861 (Family)
RD: Kilwinning
Civil Parish: Kilwinning
County: Ayrshire
Address: Benthead
Occ: Farmer 130 Acr Emp 4 Lab
ED: 8; Page: 1; Line: 1; Roll: CSSCT1861_87

John Reid 62
Margaret Reid 52
John Reid 27
David Reid 21
Catherine Duffie 17 [Servant]
Elizabeth Mcintyre 14 [do]
James Walker 12 [do]
Samuel Smith 31 [Boarder]

1861 [Hugh, possibly]
RD: Irvine
Civil Parish: Irvine
County: Ayrshire
Address: High Street
ED: 3; Page: 3; Line: 20; Roll: CSSCT1861_85

Thomas Messer 19 [Head. Draper's Assistant]
Hugh Reid 17 [Lodger. b. Kilwinning. Banker's Clerk]

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Thanks Geoff.

That's the right Hugh if the tree is correct. :biggrin:

I can't see his arrival in NSW assisted. Have not checked the other states yet.
 

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A granddaughter has middle name Hansard:

1594/1865 REID HUGH McMILLAN - HANSARD LOUISA N A - BATHURST


Death 4921/1875 REID LOUISA A - NESTOR - HARRIET - BATHURST

2nd Marriage 675/1878 REID HUGH - ALLEN CATHERINE A - SYDNEY


I can't see Hugh's arrival 1861 - 1865.
 

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Yes. Margaret REID nee McMILLAN. Seems Hugh never used his middle name.

Death 19867/1921 REID HUGH - JOHN - MARGARET - PARRAMATTA

REID Hugh Death notice 28OCT1921 Death 78 late of Parramatta, formerly of Scotland SMH 29OCT1921

The Sydney Morning Herald - Saturday 29 October 1921 p.12
DEATHS
REID.-October 28, 1921, at his residence, Allendale, Campbell-street, Parramatta, Hugh, beloved husband of Katherine Reid, in his 79th year. A native of Scotland.
 

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There is this, but I can't see him on the image... I'll just check the crew..

Hugh Reid
Port of Departure: Melbourne
Port of Arrival: Sydney, New South Wales
Voyage Arrival Date: 7 Jul 1862
Vessel Name: Rangatira

Edit: He is there, 'steerage' on his own..
 
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The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)
Tuesday 8 November 1921

MR. HUGH REID.
The death occurred a few days ago of Mr. Hugh Reid, of Parramatta, at the age of 78 years. Mr. Reid, who was born at Kilwinning, Scotland, came to New South Wales as a lad,and spent some years at Bathurst. He was the first shire clerk of Blacktown. He was connected for years with St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Parramatta, and was esteemed by all who knew him.


Well "as a lad" dont help none to find when he arrived :biggrin:
 

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The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)
Tuesday 8 November 1921

MR. HUGH REID.
The death occurred a few days ago of Mr. Hugh Reid, of Parramatta, at the age of 78 years. Mr. Reid, who was born at Kilwinning, Scotland, came to New South Wales as a lad,and spent some years at Bathurst. He was the first shire clerk of Blacktown. He was connected for years with St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Parramatta, and was esteemed by all who knew him.


Well "as a lad" dont help none to find when he arrived :biggrin:
Yeah, was going to say, shame it didn't give an idea of his arrival :rolleyes:
 

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There is this, but I can't see him on the image... I'll just check the crew..

Hugh Reid
Port of Departure: Melbourne
Port of Arrival: Sydney, New South Wales
Voyage Arrival Date: 7 Jul 1862
Vessel Name: Rangatira

Edit: He is there, 'steerage' on his own..
I can only see this, but no arrival in Melbourne, unless it came from the UK :rolleyes:
 

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Posting this simply cause i cant find his arrival :2fun::2fun:

Empire (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1875)
Thursday 16 November 1865

REID-HANSARD-On the 9th November, by special license, at All Saints' Church, Bathurst, by the Rev. Thomas Sharpe, M.A., assisted by the Rev. H. Langley, D.A., Mr. H. M. Reid, of Bank of New South Wales, to Louisa Neatby Agar,
daughter of Mr. Nestor Hansard, sen., of Bathurst.
 

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Thanks gibbo.

There have been at least 6 vessels named the Rangatira and the only one from England arrived in Victoria in 1911.
 
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