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NSW Marriage V18351123 19/1835 MOORE SAMUEL - FISHBURN ELIZABETH - CB= CofE Parramatta, St John's

Looking for their deaths, thanks.
No: 47 – Samuel J Moore age 20 of the Parish of Castle Hills to Elizabeth Fishburn age 18 of Parish ditto married by Banns 9 Nov 1835 – by me Samuel Marden Chaplain.

Elizabeth Fishburn b 18 April 1817 NSW – William Henry Fishburn (1795-1872) & Catherine Ash (1796-1839) – parents married 8 July 1816 St John’s Parramatta
# note for father William
William was the son of First Fleet marine, Andrew Fishburn. In 1810 he was apprenticed to G.J Palmer of Windsor. He was granted 60 acres of land at Castle Hill in 1818. He was a constable for the district of Castle Hill and Pennant Hills from 1821 until he resigned in 1825 due to ill-health. The 1828 Census shows he was a publican at Baulkham Hills. His second wife, Catherine, came free with her mother and 5 siblings per HMS Kangaroo on 10/1/1814 to join her father, Christopher Ash. Elizabeth Bean was the widow of William Bean who had 8 children of her own. There are two glass windows to the family in St Paul's Church of England at Castle Hill. - Parramatta Pioneer Register, Settlement to 1920.

Elizabeth Moore nee Fishburn died 1880 NSW – reg 9190 – correct parents
https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/13458131?searchTerm=elizabeth moore

Samuel J Moore b 22 Oct 1815 Castle Hill NSW – William Moore (1783-1842) & Eleanor Wise (1785-1862) – parents married 12 April 1813 St John’s Parramatta
father William b Dec 1783 Leicester, arrived as a 7 yr convict on “Royal Admiral” 20 Nov 1800 – convicted of stealing while armed.

Eleanor b 1785 London, arrived on “Minstrel” - convict 7 yrs

Samuel James Moore died Jan 1902
https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/86196028?searchTerm=samuel moore

for parents of Samuel Moore - Aust Royalty
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William Henry Fishburn b 28 July1795 NSW baptised 6 Sept 1795 – FHL 388335 – Andrew Stewart Fishburn (1760-1796) & Sarah Williams (1765-1849)
1st wife – NOT 2nd as per previous post - married Catherine Ash (1796-1839) on 8 July 1816

her death Feb 1839 – poor lady
https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/32163480?searchTerm=catherine fishburn
https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/36862688?searchTerm=catherine fishburn

2nd marriage in 1843 to Elizabeth Bean – entered twice
3761/1843 V18433761 74B and 1681/1843 V18431681 76

Elizabeth Bradley married William Bean 1814 NSW – he died 1834 age 42 NSW
Elizabeth died 20 Oct 1870 age 75
NSW Bap V1841939 25A/1841 MOORE SAMUEL J - SAMUEL - ELIZABETH - CB= CofE Parramatta, St John's

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Baptisms solemnized in the Parish of St. John Parramatta in the County of Cumberland in 1841
No. - When Baptised: September 12th When Born: August 11th Samuel James - Samuel & Elizabeth Moore Abode: Castle Hill Quality or Profession: Farmer By whom the Ceremony was performed: Wm. West Simpson

I ran out of time and didn't get the image of the marriage.
NSW Marriage V18351123 19/1835 MOORE SAMUEL - FISHBURN ELIZABETH - CB= CofE Parramatta, St John's

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Marriages solemnized in the Parish of Saint John Parramatta in the County of Cumberland in 1835
No. 47
Samuel Moore FAg 20 of the Parish of Castle Hill
Elizabeth Fishburn FAg 18 of the Parish of do
married in this Church by Banns with consent of -
this Ninth day of November 1835 By me Samuel Marsden
Parties signed: Samuel Moore, The mark x of Elizabeth Fishburn
Witnesses: John Pye of Castle Hill, The mark x of Hannah Tooley of Sydney

There is no middle initial for Samuel.

The "F" means came Free not Full age.
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NSW Burial V18342043 18/1834 BEAN WILLIAM AGE 42 CJ= CofE Sydney, St James'

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Burials in the Parish of Saint James in the County of Cumberland in the Year 1834
No. 162 William Bean Abode: Elizabeth Street When Died: - When Buried: October 26th Age: 42 years Ship's Name: 'Buckale' ?? Quality or Profession: Builder By whom the Ceremony was performed: Richard Hill