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Victoria PEPPER nee FLOOD

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FLOOD Victoria 19 'Bee' 1856 Sydney and/or Newcastle Reel 2137, [4/4793]; Reel 2473, [4/4958]

Arrived 6 Jan 1856
Victoria 19 Housemaid Dublin City John & Anne Father dead Mother living in Dublin CofE Both None Good None Paid £1

departure: Bee
Origin: Liverpool 1855 Sep 12
Destination: Sydney 1856 Jan 6
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Date Item Details Source
primary source AO 4/4958 [2473]
primary source AO 4/4793 [2137]

Marriage 1843/1856 PEPPER HENRY - FLOOD VICTORIA - PARRAMATTA ** 13 Oct 1856

Can't find a notice in TROVE

Birth 11009/1859 PEPPER ELIZABETH - HENRY - VICTORIA - PARRAMATTA

Name: Elizabeth Pepper
Christening Date:
Christening Place: St. Bartholomew's, Blacktown, NSW
Birth Date: 11 Sep 1859
Birthplace: Prospect, NSW
Father's Name: Henry Pepper
Mother's Name: Victoria

Henry Pepper
Event Place: Binalong, NSW
Event Type: Theft
Publication Date: 1860
Page #: 2
See Also Year: 1860

Empire (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1875) - Saturday 29 September 1860 p.3
GOULBURN.
The Circuit Court was opened last Monday morning before his Honor Sir John N. Dickinson. John O'Brien was charged with highway robbery. Henry Pepper deposed : I am a farmer residing at Bombala. ...

The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881) - Saturday 20 November 1869 p.5
In the Supreme Court of New South Wales.
Sheriff's office, Goulburn, November 19, 1869.
Hatfield v. Pepper.
ON WEDNESDAY NEXT, the 24th day of November instant, at the Railway Sale Yards, MARULAN, at 2 o'clock p.m., unless the writ of ji. fa. herein be previously satisfied, the Sheriff will cause to be sold by public auction,
11 Head of Cattle
1 Chesnut Horse
1 ditto Mare, broken to saddle and harness, and
2 Saddles and Bridles,
the property of Henry Pepper, the above-named defendant.


Death 3573/1871 PEPPER HENRY - JAMES - MARY - GOULBURN ** 25 Feb 1871

Not in Ryerson

Victoria's Death ?
 

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According to irishgenealogy.ie the children of John and Ann Flood were:

Francis Lewis Flood 1826
Amelia Flood 1828
John Goodisson Flood 1829
Elizabeth Sophia Flood 1832
Emma Flood 1836 (third daughter)(born 16 Feb 1836)
Victoria Flood 1837 (born 22 Aug 1837)
 

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Thanks gibbo.

It's one of many in my tree where there is no trace after a certain date.
 

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On the arrival image there is a Bridget Flood [21] from Co. Wicklow travelling with Victoria, different parents [Thomas & Maria, both dead]. Is there any connection?

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No connection Geoff.

Only the two youngest daughters came to Australia.

This is the sister:

FLOOD Emma 20 'Plantagenet' 1857 Sydney and/or Newcastle Reel 2138, [4/4793]; Reel 2476, [4/4971]

Reel 2476 Arrived 13 Feb 1857
Emma 20 Genl. Servant Dublin John & Anne both dead CofE Both Sister Victoria living in Sydney Good None Paid 10/-

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