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William CRANFIELD & Mary Ann GITTOES

DaveHam9

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I have one or is it two more convicts. :biggrin:

William CRANFIELD b. abt 1807 Belchamp, Essex - Arrived 27 Oct 1824 'Mangles 3' ?

Name: Mary Ann Gittoes
Birth: abt. 1820 England
Death: 30 Sep 1852 Narellan NSW
Burial: Oct 1852 St John's Camden NSW
ARVL: 29 Nov 1829 "Lady Davidson"

arrival: Lucy Davidson
Convict vessel
Master: Wm Wiseman
Origin: London 1829 Jul 20
Destination: Sydney 1829 Nov 29
However
Six free women and 17 children also arrived as passengers on the Lucy Davidson.

V18361331 19/1836 CRANFIELD WILLIAM - GITTOWS ELIZABETH CR= CofE Cobbity, Narellan

Error in the index with Elizabeth:

Page 28
Marriages solemnized in the Parish of Narrellan in the County of Cumberland in the Year 1835
No. 114
William Cranfield of the Parish of the Oaks
Mary Ann Gittows of the Parish of the Oaks
married in this Chapel by Banns with consent of His Excly. the Governor
Sixth day of July 1835 By me Thos. Hassall
Both by their x mark
Witnesses: Thomas Clark of Elderslie, Elizth. (her x mark) Clark of Elderslie


Burial V18521130 38B/1852 CRANFIELD MARY A AGE 32

Page 8
Burials in the Parish of St. John Camden in the County of Camden in the Year 1852
No 12 Mary Ann Cranfield Abode: Narrellan When Died: September 30th 1852 When Buried: October 2nd Age: 32 years Ship's Name: - Quality or Profession: Wife of William Cranfield Inn-Keeper By whom the Ceremony was performed: Edward Rogers

Looking for more info on convict William.

Trying to find out if Mary Ann was also a convict. Mary Ann's brother William married in NSW in 1849. I have no info that he was a convict.

Thanks,

Dave
 
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