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Samuel Bailey DOWSETT

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NSW Marriage 1113/1858 DOWSETT SAMUEL B - LANE ELIZABETH - PADDINGTON

No. 33 In the Private residence of Henry Lane Esq. Glenmore Road
Samuel Bailey Dowsett Widower Former wife died 16th ? October 1854 Children: Living 1 Dead 6 London England Gentleman 47 years Surry Hills Sydney Surry Hills Sydney Samuel & Elizabeth Dowsett (maiden name Blackwell) Gentleman
Elizabeth Lane Spinster Limerick Ireland - 27 years Glenmore Road Sydney Hamlets Glenmore Road Sydney Hamlets Christopher & Matilda Lane (maiden name Battersby) Accountant
25th September 1858 By me John Eggleston
Both signed
Witnesses: Henry Lane, Edward A. S. Rennie

Looks like 4 generations of Samuel:

The Sydney Morning Herald - Wednesday 24 October 1866 p.1
BIRTHS
On the 20th instant, at her residence, Bourke-street, Surry Hills, Mrs SAMUEL BAILEY DOWSETT, of a son. [Samuel Bailey]

Don't know the name of the forner wife or if the first marriage was in England or Australia. Don't have arrival yet.

Have no details re family in England yet.
 
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Something to ponder..

Samuel Dowsett
Arrival Date: 1823
Vessel: Jupiter
Province: New South Wales
Title: General muster A - L
Year(s): 1825
Estimated birth year: abt 1816
[Occ. looks like mariner]

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Thanks Geoff.

From the marriage he was born London abt 1811.

Samuel Bailey Dowsett
Gender: Male
Christening Date: 30 Jun 1820
Christening Place: SPITALFIELDS CHRIST CHURCH,STEPNEY,LONDON,ENGLAND
Birth Date: 05 Jan 1811
Father's Name: Samuel Dowsett
Mother's Name: Elisabeth
Batch: C069693

So Elisabeth/Elizabeth BLACKWELL.
 

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Samuel Dowsett
Spouse's Name: Elisabeth Blackwell
Event Date: 29 Sep 1810
Event Place: Saint Leonards, Shoreditch, London, England
Batch: M040802

Email that one please Geoff if it can be found.

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It look as though the 'Jupiter' was not a convict vessel.

arrival: ship Jupiter
356 tons
Master: Johnathon Park
Origin: London
Destination: Sydney 1823 Nov 25
Background
Date Item Details Source
cargo sundries AD1
via Cape of Good Hope


I'll have to give my eyes a rest. Back in about an hour.
 

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Thanks Geoff.

From the marriage he was born London abt 1811.

Samuel Bailey Dowsett
Gender: Male
Christening Date: 30 Jun 1820
Christening Place: SPITALFIELDS CHRIST CHURCH,STEPNEY,LONDON,ENGLAND
Birth Date: 05 Jan 1811
Father's Name: Samuel Dowsett
Mother's Name: Elisabeth
Batch: C069693

So Elisabeth/Elizabeth BLACKWELL.
Image gives father's occ. as 'Weaver'.

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This has to be the burial of first wife:

V18541263 110/1854 DOWSETT JANE AGE 41


There are several Samuels in NSW including two convicts and a Samuel in WA.



V18351296 19/1835 DOWSETT SAMUELB - MUSHIN JANE - CJ= CofE St James' Sydney
 

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Siblings:

Eliza Hephzibah 1813, Ann Abigail 1815, Emma 1817, Maria 1820 and George Frederick 1822.

Samuel senior was discharged from his employment as foreman and weaver at a Spitalfields silk works, and way subsequently transported. His wife Elizabeth emigrated to Tasmania in about 1827 to join him, taking her children with her.
 

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Title: Samuel Dowsett, one of 220 convicts transported on the Commodore Hayes, April 1823.
Details: Sentence details: Convicted at Middlesex Gaol Delivery for a term of 14 years on 04 December 1822.
Vessel: Commodore Hayes.
Date of Departure: April 1823.
Place of Arrival: Van Diemen's Land.
Source: Australian Joint Copying Project. Microfilm Roll 88, Class and Piece Number HO11/5, Page Number 30


Convict Details
Dowsett, Samuel
Convict No: 19929
Extra Identifier:
SEE Surname:
SEE Given Names:
Voyage Ship: Commodore Hayes
Voyage No: 28
Arrival Date: 16 Aug 1823
Departure Date: 26 Apr 1823
Departure Port: England
Conduct Record: CON31/1/9
Muster Roll: CSO1/1/403 9100
Appropriation List:
Other Records:
Indent:
Description List: CON23/1/1
Remarks:

No Ident record again so no details to confirm parents and siblings names.
 

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DOWSETTE, SAMUEL
Gender: Male
Birth 1790
Marriage/Relationship:
Death: 1871 - NEW NORFOLK,Tasmania
 

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Samuel Bailey 1811
Eliza Hephzibah 1813
Ann Abigail 1815
Emma 1817
Maria 1820
George Frederick 1822

Samuel senior was discharged from his employment as foreman and weaver at a Spitalfields silk works, and way subsequently transported. His wife Elizabeth emigrated to Tasmania in about 1827 to join him, taking her children with her.
 

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Hobart Town Gazette (Tas. : 1825 - 1827) - Saturday 23 June 1827 p.1
HOBART-TOWN COMMERCIAL ACADEMY
MR. DOWSETT begs respectfully to acknowledge the liberal encouragement he has experienced since the opening of his Academy and for the information of those of his friends, who intend commencing with the quarter, that Monday Next, the quarter usually called Midsummer Quarter :
TERMS:
First class per Quarter, £1 5 0
Second ditto ditto . 1 12 6
Third ditto ditto . 2 0 0
N.B. The Academy is conducted at Bribane-street, near Elizabeth-street.



Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser (Hobart, Tas. : 1825 - 1827) - Friday 27 July 1827 p.1
Ladies' Seminary.
MRS. Dowsett respectfully announces to her Friends and the Public, that she has opened a Seminary for Young Ladies, at the corner of Elisabeth and Brisbane streets.
Terms :
per Quarter.
Including English, Grammar,
Geography and History ........ £1 5 0
Writing and Arithmetic, extra. 0 10 6
Fancy Needle Work, extra ...... 0 0 0
 
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It looks as though Elizabeth and children arrived between Samuel getting his ToL in Aug 1826 and July 1827.

Can't find ref to the family in passenger lists.
 

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Burial V18541263 110/1854 DOWSETT JANE AGE 41

Burials in the Sydney North Circuit in the County of Cumberland in the Year 1854-55
No. 166 Jane Dowsett Age: 41 years Abode: Sydney When Buried: 18th Octr. 1854 Ship's Name: -Quality or Profession: - By whom the Ceremony was performed: Stephen Rabone


1st V18351296 19/1835 DOWSETT SAMUELB - MUSHIN JANE - CJ= CofE St James' Sydney

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Marriages solemnized in the Parish of Saint James in the County of Cumberland in the Year 1835
No. 9
Samuel Bailey Dowsett of this Parish Bachelor
Jane Mushin of this Parish Spinster
married in this Church by Banns with consent of -
Thirty-first day of December 1835 By me Richard Hill
[signed] Samuel B Dowsett, Jane Mushin her x mark
Witnesses: Thos. Lewis of Military Barracks Sydney, Elizabeth Lewis of Military Barracks Sydney
 

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