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STEPHEN & PASMORE

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John Stephen was born 1798 in United States to John Stephen (1771-1833) and Mary Anne Pasmore (1774-1863) and died 30 October 1854 St Kilda, Victoria, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Mary Matthews Hamilton (1804-1891) 28 January 1821 in St Pancras Old Church, London, England.

John STEPHEN & Mary Matthews HAMILTON
m. 28 Jan 1821 St Pancras Old Church, London, England
Batch M047931 Microfilm 598181

Looking for the death of Mary Stephen in 1891, thanks.
 
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Mary Ann Pasmore
Father's Name George Pasmore
Mother's Name Mary
Christening 18 Aug 1774
Event Place St Andrew, Holborn, Middlesex, England
Microfilm Number 374354
Batch P010515


I can't see a baptism for Mary Hamilton.
 
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George Pasmore of the parish of St Andrew Holborn widower and Mary Hall of the Parish of St Thomas Apostle spinster were married by licence this 11th day of April 1772 - FHL 375022, 942 B4HA V. 6

had Mary Ann – baptised 18 Aug 1774 St Andrew’s Holborn

she married 1 Dec 1795 St Andrew’s Holborn to John Stephen – Parish Reg.
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/198131063/john-stephen
https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/4187903?searchTerm=judge john stephen
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/198131063/john-stephen

Mary Ann
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/142802962/mary-ann-stephen
https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/13071846?searchTerm=mary ann stephen

Stephen’s family arrival - “Prince Regent” Aug 1824
https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/2183119?searchTerm=stephen - prince regent

John Stephen baptised 26 Sept 1771 St George the Martyr Southwark – James (1733-1779) & Sibella Stephen nee Milner (1738-1775) – b 4 July – parents married 14 June 1753 Arne Dorset – FHL 1279479 item 4

son Alfred Stephen
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/142733401/alfred-stephen
https://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/stephen-sir-alfred-1291
 
Death
STEPHEN MARY MATTHEWS 87 TATNALL F 1891 059 / A / 4 Avoch

I cannot find her in the Census nor can I find a Hamilton/Tatnall marriage
 
Their daughter
Frederica Mary Stephen baptised 15 April 1826 St Hellier Jersey – John Stephen (1798-1854) & Mary Mathews Stephen nee Hamilton (1804-1891)

family arrived 1827 on “Admiral Hamilton” as per 1828 NSW census

Frederica married 9 May 1845 to Alexander McLeod Hay (1817-1848)
https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/12881474?searchTerm=hay - stephen
Alexander died 18 Sept 1848 NZ age 30 –

they had daughter Mary 1848 in NZ & back in Scotland for 1851 census at 22 Moss Street – Elgin – parish no: 135, ED 1, page 5, h/h 12, line 4 roll CSSCT1851_31

pos that Mum went back to Uk with Daughter

Frederica remarried 21 July 1852 St George Hanover square to James Jack Fletcher Esquire (1807-1885) bachelor full age of St James st – William Jack manufacturer to Frederica Mary Hay widow full age of Grosvener st, John Stephen Solicitor

on 1861 census Lancs – Reg Prescott, sub Much Woolton, ED 6, h/h 54, piece 2740,, folio 101, page 12

Fredrica died 2 Sept 1863 & buried 5 Sept Edinburgh Cemetery

her 2nd husband James Jack or James Fletcher was Laird of Rosehaugh b 13 Aug 1807 Elgin – William Jack Nailer Elgin & Isabel Fletcher

we give the following from "Walford's County Families
of the United Kingdom":-"FLETCHER, JAMES, Esq. of Rosehaugh, Ross-shire, son
of the late William Jack, Esq., by Isabel, dau. of the late Charles Fletcher, Esq., and
brother of J. C. Fletcher, Esq.; b. 18-; m. 1852, Frederica Mary, dau. of John
Stephen, Esq., niece of Sir Alfred Stephen, C.B., Chief Justice of New South Wales,
and widow of Alexander Hay, Esq., of the 58th Regt.
He assumed the name of Fletcher in lieu of his patronymic, on the death of his mother in 1856."
 
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