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James HARREX & Thomas TABER

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London, England, Marriages and Banns, 1754-1921
Name: Thomas Taber
Spouse Name: Frances Medhurst
Record Type: Banns
Event Date: 12 Jan 1786
Parish: Shoreditch St Leonard
Borough: Hackney
Register Type: Parish Register
Witnesses: John Potter, George Limming


Thomas Taber came to the Colony as a Reprieved Convict, on a Conditional Pardon, on the ship 'Ganges', arriving 2 June 1797, with him was wife Frances and family Thomas, Frances and Deborah. In 1798 he was appointed the 4th Schoolteacher. He also was a Parish Clerk. He was granted an Absolute Pardon in 1803.
Thomas and his sons had been granted land in the Menangle area, which they farmed for many years.
Burial V1842228 26B/1842 TABER THOMAS AGE 79

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Burials in the Parish of St. James' in the County of Cumberland in the year 1842
No. 92 Thomas Taber Abode: Castlereagh Street When Died: May 1 When Buried: May 3 Age: 79 Ship's Name: - Quality or Profession: Late clerk of St. Phillips By whom the Ceremony was performed: J. C. Grylls

Burial V1849504 34B/1849 TABER FRANCES S AGE 82

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Burials in the Parish of Camperdown in the County of Cumberland in the year 1849
No. 103 ? Frances Sarah Taber Abode: Castlereagh Street When Died: Octr. 2 When Buried: Octr. 4 Age: 82 Quality or Profession: Widow By whom the Ceremony was performed: Charles Kemp
 

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