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YARD family arrived 1856 per 'Cressy'

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Mary 60 Housekeeping Shepton Beauchamp Somersetshire Edward & ... both dead CofE Both Two daughters Jane Lane - Jessie McLeny ?? living in Liverpool St Good None Rev. Reg ?
Sophia 31 Cook Hatch Beauchamp do Samuel & Mary, Father dead Mother on board CofE Both Sisters as above Good None Rev. Reg ?


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There are several baptisms on FreeReg in Hatch Beauchamp of children to a Samuel and Mary Yard including Sophia baotised 18 July 1824.

Also a marriage for Jane Yard to Samuel Lane Crewkerne 31 January 1843.

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Thanks Emeltee.

Edward & ... ? Not an S like Somerset and not sure if is Pam ? Jane ?

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Oh. Details for John do not say 'sister on board'

Assisted to NSW
General Hewett 1848 Sydney and/or Newcastle and family Reel 2135, [4/4786] Page 195; Reel 2458, [4/4906]
LANE Jane 25
LANE Jessie 12 (tw) travelling with LANE, S
LANE Juliana 1
LANE Samuel 26
LANE Selina 3

No other Jessie on board??

Oh. Jessie Lane has to be Jessie Yard - Jane's sister. Aged 5 in 1841 census.

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Thanks Emeltee.

A death in Sydney for a Jessie McCrea with the right parents but I don't read the married name as that on shipping record.

The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Tue 17 Sep 1918 Page 6 Family Notices
McCREA.—September 15, 1918, at her residence, 465 (or 485)
Liverpool-street, Darlinghurst, Mrs. Jessey McCrea, aged 82 years.

Must be that one living in Liverpool St.

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Mary Upstill married William Cross of Curry Rivel in Shepton Beauchamp 23 November 1816

Mary Cross married Samuel Yard Isle Abbotts St Mary 9 November 1821.

Marriage entry does not give marital status so doesn't specify that she is a widow.

There is a burial fr a William Cross aged 31 in North Curry 7 November 1819 which could be Mary's first husband.

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Thanks Emeltee.

No other marriage so that is possible with McLeay > McCrea.

That was the only shipping record image I got at the State Library today. Everything else had to be transcribed because no images could be taken off other records.

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If the Jessie Lane aged 12, travelling with Jane and Samuel Lane is Jessie Yard, Jane's sister then that implies she married in Australia. Any Yard/McCrea or McLeay marriages coming up?

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It has to be Jessie Yard but there is no sign of the marriage.

First child born in 1858 in the index.

MCCREA JANE 145/1858 WILLIAM JESSIE - SYDNEY

Followed by Samuel, Mary, Juliana, Blanche, Hugh, Emma, William ...

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