Mary Ryan

F
     As of circa 1840,her married name was Clark.
She married Samuel Clark at Victoria.

Family

Samuel Clark b. 1842, d. 11 Jan 1915
Children

Hugh Johnston

M, b. 1800, d. 10 November 1871
     Hugh was employed. Hugh was born on in 1800 at Scotland.
He married Grace Ross Meikle. Hugh immigrated to at Port Chalmers, Dunedin, New Zealand on 13 July 1858 aboard the Three Bells which was 602 tons, under Captain Rowley, sailed from Glasgow March 20th, arrived July 13th. Passengers, 325..1
Hugh died on 10 November 1871 at Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand, At the time of his death her was normally residing at Forth Street, Dunedin. at age at an unknown age .2 He was buried on 14 November 1871 at Southern Cemetery, Great Southern Road, Dunedin, New Zealand.2

Family

Grace Ross Meikle b. 20 Aug 1801, d. 9 May 1879
Children

Citations

  1. [S99] Text , Title: White Wings (volume II), p248
    Author: Henry Brett
    Publication details: The Brett Printing Company Limited, 1928, Auckland
    Part of: New Zealand Texts Collection.
  2. [S266] Southern Cemetery, online https://www.dunedin.govt.nz/facilities/cemeteries, He was burried in Block 105. Plot 13.

Grace Ross Meikle

F, b. 20 August 1801, d. 9 May 1879
FatherRobert Meikle b. c 1775
MotherMargaret Whyte b. 21 Apr 1745
     Grace was born on 20 August 1801 at Burrowstouness, Linlithgow, West Lothian, Scotland. She was christened on 30 August 1801 at Burrowstouness, Linlithgow, West Lothian, Scotland.
She married Hugh Johnston. Her married name was Johnston. Grace Ross Meikle and Hugh Johnston arrived on 13 July 1858 to Port Chalmers, Dunedin, New Zealand; Three Bells which was 602 tons, under Captain Rowley, sailed from Glasgow March 20th, arrived July 13th. Passengers, 325.1 Grace arrived on 13 July 1858.
Grace died on 9 May 1879 at West Hawksbury, Dunedin, New Zealand, At the time of her death she was residing in nearby Waikouaiti at age 77.2 Her body was interred on 12 May 1879 at Southern Cemetery, Dunedin, New Zealand, at the Great Southern Road.3

Family

Hugh Johnston b. 1800, d. 10 Nov 1871
Children

Citations

  1. [S99] Text , Title: White Wings (volume II), p248
    Author: Henry Brett
    Publication details: The Brett Printing Company Limited, 1928, Auckland
    Part of: New Zealand Texts Collection.
  2. [S266] Southern Cemetery, online https://www.dunedin.govt.nz/facilities/cemeteries, She died of Bronchitis.
  3. [S266] Southern Cemetery, online https://www.dunedin.govt.nz/facilities/cemeteries, She was burried in Lot 15 Block 105. Plot 13 with other family members.

William Henry Scott

M, b. 1839, d. 1919
FatherAlexander Scott
MotherForbes Dumbreck b. 26 Jun 1804
     William was born at 70 Lower Viewcraig Row in 1839 at Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.
William Henry Scott married Marion Louisa Balfour Wilson. William was employed as a Shire Engineer.
William died in 1919 at 13 Gisborne Street at White Hill, Elsternwick, Victoria, at age at an unknown age .

Family

Marion Louisa Balfour Wilson b. 23 Nov 1841, d. 20 Oct 1924
Child

Rosamond Maplesden Carter

F, b. 9 September 1889, d. 5 January 1940
FatherWilliam James Carter b. c 1836, d. 1904
MotherCarolyn Hunt
     Rosamond was born on 9 September 1889 at Hamilton, New Zealand. As of 1890, Rosamond Maplesden Carter was also known as Rose. As of 26 June 1912,her married name was Scott.
She married Brig. William Henry Scott CMG DSO on 26 June 1912 at Middle Brighton, Victoria.
From "The Argus" , July 3 1912, page 9:
"SCOTT-CARTER. —On the 26th June, at St. Andrew's, Middle Brighton, by the Rev. E. A. Crawford, William Henry, second son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Scott, Elsternwick, late Casterton, to Rosamond Maplesden, youngest daughter of Mrs. Carter, Claremont, Middle Brighton, and the late W. J. Carter, Tarrington Station, Hamilton.". Rosamond appeared on the Australian electoral roll of 1917 and listed as living at Murdock Road, Wangarratta, Victoria. Rosamond had a listed occupation of home duties and he of Engineer. Her estate was probated on 5 January 1940 at Melbourne, Victoria.
Rosamond Maplesden Carter died on 5 January 1940 at East Melbourne, Victoria, at age 50.

Family

Brig. William Henry Scott CMG DSO b. 11 Apr 1881, d. 21 Sep 1960
Children

Andrew Hugh Scott McLellan

M, b. 4 April 1969, d. 30 March 2012

Andrew Hugh Scott McLelland
     Andrew was born on 4 April 1969 at Melbourne, Victoria.
Andrew Hugh Scott McLellan died on 30 March 2012 at Glenhuntley, Victoria, at age 42. His funeral took place at "White Lady Funerals" in Clarendon Street, South Melbourne on Thursday 12th April 2012.1

Citations

  1. [S232] HeavenAddress, online www.heavenaddress.com, https://www.heavenaddress.com/whiteladyfunerals/…

Grace Johnston

F, b. 28 May 1833, d. 17 February 1918
FatherHugh Johnston b. 1800, d. 10 Nov 1871
MotherGrace Ross Meikle b. 20 Aug 1801, d. 9 May 1879
     Grace was born on 28 May 1833 at Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland. She was christened on 30 June 1833 at Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland.
She married Duncan Mc Farlane on 12 November 1858 at Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand.
Grace died on 17 February 1918 at Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand, at age 84.

Family

Duncan Mc Farlane b. 18 Mar 1838, d. 8 Aug 1898
Children

Hugh Johnston

M, b. 5 July 1835, d. 14 August 1861
FatherHugh Johnston b. 1800, d. 10 Nov 1871
MotherGrace Ross Meikle b. 20 Aug 1801, d. 9 May 1879
     He was christened on 5 July 1835. Hugh was born on on 5 July 1835 at Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland. A scan of www.familysearch.com suggests that Hugh was
born: 26 May 1835 - Livingston and
died: 26 Apr 1916 - Unknown.
This needs to be worked through..
Hugh died on 14 August 1861 at New Zealand at age 26.

William Beer

M, b. 17 November 1793
FatherWilliam Beer b. 12 Jun 1767, d. c 1851
MotherSarah Gist b. 7 Aug 1768, d. Oct 1850
     William was born on 17 November 1793 at Plymouth, Devon, England.

Thomas Beer

M, b. 15 March 1801
FatherWilliam Beer b. 12 Jun 1767, d. c 1851
MotherSarah Gist b. 7 Aug 1768, d. Oct 1850
     Thomas was born on 15 March 1801 at Plymouth, Devon, England.

John Beer

M, b. 27 July 1798
FatherWilliam Beer b. 12 Jun 1767, d. c 1851
MotherSarah Gist b. 7 Aug 1768, d. Oct 1850
     John was known to be a Whitesmith by trade. John was born on 27 July 1798 at Plymouth, Devon, England. He arrived in 1838 to Adelaide, South Australia; He arrived with his wife and three children.1 He was a "smith" on 12 June 1839. He advertised his arrival by placing an advertisement in the Southern Australian on 12 June 1839 p1. It read:
JOHN BEER, late of Dawlish, Devon begs leave to inform the public of Adelaide that he has commenced business in Pirie-street, as White Smith, Brass Founder, Lock Smith, and Bell-hanger.
J. B. undertakes Smith's work of every kind, and trusts that his practical knowledge of his trade and strict attention to business, will enable him to give satisfaction to all who may honor him with their commands
.

Citations

  1. [S63] Durrant, Not All Beer & Skittles , p3.

Mary Ann Beer

F, b. 14 December 1806
FatherWilliam Beer b. 12 Jun 1767, d. c 1851
MotherSarah Gist b. 7 Aug 1768, d. Oct 1850
     Mary was born on 14 December 1806 at Plymouth, Devon, England.

George Beer

M, b. 21 July 1811
FatherWilliam Beer b. 12 Jun 1767, d. c 1851
MotherSarah Gist b. 7 Aug 1768, d. Oct 1850
     George Beer was baptized on 21 July 1811 at Plymouth, Devon, England.1
He married Ann Oram on 5 April 1833 at Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Exeter, Devon, England.2 George Beer and Ann Beer appeared in the English census of 1841 at Cemetery Place, Exeter, Devon, England, With them in the home were their children, William age 4, Mary aged 2, John age 1 and one Thomas Palmer aged 14. George is listed as a Whitesmith..3
George Beer died.

Family

Ann Oram

Citations

  1. [S312] Plymouth & West Devon Record Office, Devon Baptisms, George, son of Wm & Sarah Beer.
  2. [S311] Devon Family History Society, Devon Marriages, George Beer and Ann Oram; 05 Apr 1833.
  3. [S209] Ancestry.com, 1841 England Census, 1841 England, Wales, & Scotland Census: Cemetery Place, St David, Exeter, Devon, England. Archive reference HO107, Piece number 266, Book number 7, Folio number 10, Page number 14.

Caroline Beer

F, b. 19 December 1813
FatherWilliam Beer b. 12 Jun 1767, d. c 1851
MotherSarah Gist b. 7 Aug 1768, d. Oct 1850
     Caroline was born on 19 December 1813 at Plymouth, Devon, England.

William John Gamble

M, b. 2 October 1830, d. 27 July 1876
FatherJames Gamble b. Mar 1805, d. 16 Oct 1867
MotherAgnes Nancy Dunlop b. 1811, d. 25 Feb 1874
     William was born on 2 October 1830 at Ballymena, Antrim, Ireland. William arrived in 1842 from Ireland.. He was ill with Epilepsy It is not known when he deveolped this but it was present at the time of his death and was possibly a causative factor in it. It also may be a reason for him staying single throughout his life. William was employed, as a Quarryman and Carter.
On 2 August 1872 William John Gamble sold to Joseph Bostocka parcel of land in North Fitzroy, Melbourne. William John Gamble left a will on 16 November 1874. His executors were his brother Joseph Gamble and brother-in-law Joseph Bostock both of whose children were to be the beneficiaries. His Estate was to be divided equally between his nephew James Alexander Gamble, son of his brother Joseph and his niece Effie Agnes Bostock, daughter of his sister Annie Bostock (nee Gamble). The Estate was to be held and administered until the beneficiaries came of age. An addition to his Will, signed on the same day, stipulated that if the above beneficiaries died before coming of age then their share was to go to next in line in the given family.
Effie was born in in 1874 so, at that stage, was not even one year old. James Alexander (Alick) was 10.
William died on the 27 July 1876. Alick attained majority and would have received his inheritance. Effie on the other hand died at about 4 years in 1878. As a result, her inheritance would have transferred to her sister Kate. I’ve not researched Kate but do know that she married in 1901 so had reached her inheritance age.
William died on 27 July 1876 at Brunswick, Melbourne, Victoria, at age 45. He died of Epilepsy, general Debility and Diarrhoea which he had been suffering for 2 months. He had been seen the day before by his doctor Robert Talbot.At the time of his death he was not married..1 His body was interred on 29 July 1876 at Melbourne General Cemetery, Melbourne, Victoria, at the, grave site an unknown place . Presb I 358.
In a sworn affidavit before the Probate Jurisdiction Joseph Gamble and Joseph Bostock submitted that the nett value of William's estate was 70 pounds.
According to the Statement submitted he had no personal estate.
He did have Real Estate in "A piece of land situated in the Parish of Jika Jika, part of allotment 16 of portion 7 of the Quarry Allotments near Melbourne having a frontage of 36 feet to Rae Street North Fitzroy by a depth of 99 feet together with a six roomed wooden and stone building thereon erected with the appurtenances and now let as an hotel at the weekly rental of 1 Pound."
This was valued at a total of 499 Pounds but was classified as "in not first class order and would not realize the amount which it is valued at if sold".
Against this were liabilities in the form of a Loan from a Mr W. Barnardo (???) which was dated 26th November 1875. The pay out value was said to be 408 Pounds plus there were sundry expenses of 21 Pound. This left the surplus of 70 Pounds. His estate was probated on 30 August 1876 at The Supreme Court in, The Colony of Victoria, Melbourne, Victoria. "Probate of the last Will and Testament of William John Gamble late of Brunswick near the City of Melbourne, Carter deceased, was and is hereby granted to Joseph Gamble of Brunswick aforesaid Builder and Joseph Bostock of North Fitzroy near Melbourne aforesaid Contractor the Executors named in and appointed by the Will. The said Joseph Gamble and Joseph Bostock having been first duly sworn that the said deceased died on the Twenty Seventh day of July One thousand Eight hundred and Seventy Six and that they would well and truly collect and administer according to law and to the best of their knowledge and ability the property lands and hereditaments goods chattels and credits of the said deceased which should come to their hands possessions or knowledge or to the hands or possession of anyother person or persons for them and that they would exhibit and deposit in the Office of the Master in Equity of the said Court a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the property lands and hereditraments goods chattels and credits of the said deceased within Three Calendar Months next ensuring the order granting Probate and a true and just account of the administration of the Estate which they have undertaken as to their receipts and disbursments and as to what portion is retained by them and what portion remains uncollected within Fifteen Calendar months next ensuing the said ordergranting Probate and that the property of the said deceased did not exceed in value the sum of Five Hundred Pounds."

Citations

  1. [S189] Victorian Death Certificate.

John Gamble

M
FatherUnknown Gamble
MotherUnknown Mother
     John Gamble was born at Ireland.
He married Jane Shea at Ireland. John was a Farmer, at Ireland.

Family

Jane Shea
Child

Jane Shea

F
     She married John Gamble at Ireland. Her married name was Gamble.

Family

John Gamble
Child

William Dunlop

M
     William was employed.
He married Jane Mc Fee.

Family

Jane Mc Fee
Child

Jane Mc Fee

F
     She married William Dunlop.

Family

William Dunlop
Child

James Crow

M, b. 1719
FatherAlex Craw
MotherJean Croll
     James Crow was born in 1719 at Fordoun, Kincardineshire.1
He married Mary (Margaret) Clark on 3 August 1746 at Fordoun, Kincardine, Scotland. Fordoun, Parish No 259/1
Proclamation (very poor writing)
August 10, 1746 James Crow and Margaret Clerk gave up their names to be proclaimed in order to marriage. _______ Willie in Auchenblae cautioner for man and David Andrew in Drumillie for the woman for their performance and abstinence..
James lived at Deeside, near Balmoral in Scotland (From Laurie Richards.)

Family

Mary (Margaret) Clark
Children

Citations

  1. [S212] Family Tree research from Ancestry.com.

Alexander Crow III

M, b. 5 April 1828, d. 9 September 1922
FatherAlexander Crow II b. c 1797, d. 22 Oct 1880
MotherJane Kidd b. 9 May 1800, d. 4 Jun 1891
     Alexander was born on 5 April 1828 at Montrose, Forfarshire, Angus, Scotland. He immigrated with Francis Crow in 1852 at Australia; He arrived as a family group of three Crow brothers - Alexander (jnr)(III), himself and James.
They went to the Ovens and Bendigo diggings for a couple of years. Alexander married ther in 1853. The three young men had been apprentice tradesmen in Scotland and after two or so years they returned from the goldfield to work in Melbourne. He emigrated from in April 1852. Alex was the eldest of eight, all of whom emigrated to Victoria, Australia. Alex and his next brother Frank set sail first. They sailed as steerage on the Anna out of liverpool in April 1852. The arrived in Melbourne on 22nd September and went straight to the goldfields of Bendigo.. Alexander arrived at Melbourne on 22 September 1852.
He married Helen Paton in 1853. Alexander Crow III was widowed with the death of Helen Paton in 1858 at Victoria.
He married Ann Cochrane on 22 March 1859 at Gisborne, Victoria. They were actually married in "the house of Duncan Sinclair" by John Meek, the minister from the Gisbourn Presbyterian Church.. Alex emmigrated to New Zealand in 1862 after marriage to Ann Cochrane in Australia.
Alexander died on 9 September 1922 at 7 Norfolk Street at St Clair, Dunedin, New Zealand, His Death Certificate tells us that he died of "Senility" and "Heart Failure". At the time of his death his usual preofession was as an Engineer although it may have been some time since he practiced. at age 94.1 He was buried on 12 September 1922 at Southern Cemetery, Great Southern Road, Dunedin, New Zealand.1

Family 1

Helen Paton b. c 1827, d. 1858
Child

Family 2

Ann Cochrane d. 11 Jun 1905
Children

Citations

  1. [S250] Death Certificate - New Zealand, His New Zealand Death Registration Number 1922010126.

Francis Crow

M, b. 2 August 1829, d. 1917
FatherAlexander Crow II b. c 1797, d. 22 Oct 1880
MotherJane Kidd b. 9 May 1800, d. 4 Jun 1891
     His was commonly known as Frank. Francis was born on 2 August 1829 at Montrose, Forfarshire, Angus, Scotland.1 Francis was employed at as a Brassfinisher Apprentice at Montrose, Forfarshire, Angus, Scotland, in 1851. He arrived in 1852 in Australia He arrived as a family group of three Crow brothers - Alexander (jnr)(III), himself and James.
They went to the Ovens and Bendigo diggings for a couple of years. Alexander married ther in 1853. The three young men had been apprentice tradesmen in Scotland and after two or so years they returned from the goldfield to work in Melbourne. Francis (Frank) had left behind in Scotland a fiancee and by 1854, having obtained work as a brass founder, he felt secure enough to send for her. Caroline Inglis arrived in December 1854 wither her younger brother as well as Franks sister Jane. She married Francis Crow in on 9 January 1855 at Chalmers Church, East Melbourne, Victoria. At the time of their marriage both Francis and Caroline lived at Emerald Hill. Frank was a Brassfounder at this time.. The Australian electoral roll of 1856 has Francis listed as living at Spring Creek, Sandhurst, Victoria. Francis had a listed occupation of miner. He is listed along side Alexander and Francis Crow also "miners".. He witnessed Alexander Crow II's death on 22 October 1880 at Couangalt, Victoria. He witnessed Jane Kidd's death on 4 June 1891 at Gisborne, Victoria.
It was reported on 13 February 1892 in the Baccus Marsh Express that at a local meeting that Mr Crow had recently left the district. He, as a retired farmer had moved to "Montrose", Westgarth Street, Fairfield, Victoria. Aged 62. The Australian electoral roll of 1903 has Francis and Caroline listed as living at "Montrose", Westgarth Street, Fairfield, Victoria. Francis had a listed occupation of independent means and she of home duties.. Also listed here is their daughter Isabel who also lists as home duties.
This continues through to the 1912 Electoral Roll where there are two additions of John Meek Crow a carpenter and Mary Ann with home duties..
Francis Crow died in 1917 at "Montrose", Westgarth Street, Fairfield, Victoria, at age 87 years. Searching Sands and McDougall Directories suggests that "Montrose" was on the south side between Bower Street and Northcote Park. John M. Crow also lived nearby in 84 Westgarth St.2

Family

Caroline Inglis b. 1830, d. 21 Dec 1913
Children

Citations

  1. [S212] Family Tree research from Ancestry.com.
  2. [S255] Death Search Australia, His Victorian Death Registration number is 12224 in 1917.

James Crow

M, b. 11 March 1831, d. 17 March 1925
FatherAlexander Crow II b. c 1797, d. 22 Oct 1880
MotherJane Kidd b. 9 May 1800, d. 4 Jun 1891
     James was born on 11 March 1831 at Montrose, Forfarshire, Angus, Scotland.1 James was employed, at Fordoun, Kincardine, Scotland. James was employed at as a Tailor at Montrose, Forfarshire, Angus, Scotland, in 1851. He immigrated with Francis Crow in 1852 at Australia; He arrived as a family group of three Crow brothers - Alexander (jnr)(III), himself and James.
They went to the Ovens and Bendigo diggings for a couple of years. Alexander married ther in 1853. The three young men had been apprentice tradesmen in Scotland and after two or so years they returned from the goldfield to work in Melbourne. James Crow arrived in January 1854 to Port Phillip District He arrived as an unassisted British Immigrant.1 He was a witness at Francis Crow and Caroline Inglis's wedding on 9 January 1855 at Chalmers Church, East Melbourne, Victoria. At the time of their marriage both Francis and Caroline lived at Emerald Hill. Frank was a Brassfounder at this time..
He married Elizabeth Kerr on 15 March 1859 at Congregational Church, Richmond, Victoria.2
James CROW
Emmigrated to New Zealand.
James Crow died on 17 March 1925 at Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand, at age 94 years and 6 days.

Family

Elizabeth Kerr b. c 1842
Children

Citations

  1. [S212] Family Tree research from Ancestry.com.
  2. [S201] Victorian Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Birth Certificate, Victoria, Australia, Their Victorian Reg No: 38 in 1859.

Jane Crow

F, b. 3 January 1833, d. 21 March 1911
FatherAlexander Crow II b. c 1797, d. 22 Oct 1880
MotherJane Kidd b. 9 May 1800, d. 4 Jun 1891
     Jane was born on 3 January 1833 at Montrose, Forfarshire, Angus, Scotland. Jane was employed at as a Millworker Flaxspinner at Montrose, Forfarshire, Angus, Scotland, in 1851. She was a witness at Francis Crow and Caroline Inglis's wedding on 9 January 1855 at Chalmers Church, East Melbourne, Victoria. At the time of their marriage both Francis and Caroline lived at Emerald Hill. Frank was a Brassfounder at this time.. As of 1856,her married name was Woodworth.1
She married George Loop Woodworth in November 1856 at Bendigo, Victoria. George was a Canadian Cobb & Co driver out of Bendigo and a friend of the three Crow brothers in Bendigo. After the arrival of their 21 year old sister Jane he became a frequent caller. Soon after George and a syndicate of other drivers took over Cobb & Co..1
Jane died on 21 March 1911 at Gisborne, Victoria, at age 78. Her body was interred in March 1911 at Gisborne, Macedon Ranges Shire, Victoria, at the Gisborne Cemetery.2

Family

George Loop Woodworth b. c 1829, d. 16 Aug 1920
Child

Citations

  1. [S197] Their Marriage Certificate, Victorian Marriage Certificate 3863 of 1856.
  2. [S99] Text , Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 14 October 2020), memorial page for Jane Crow Woodworth (3 Jan 1833–21 Mar 1911), Find a Grave Memorial no. 193019048, citing Gisborne Cemetery, Gisborne, Macedon Ranges Shire, Victoria, Australia ; Maintained by Suzy & Rob (contributor 46950534) .

Isabella Crow

F, b. 3 April 1837
FatherAlexander Crow II b. c 1797, d. 22 Oct 1880
MotherJane Kidd b. 9 May 1800, d. 4 Jun 1891
     After marriage may have emmigrated to New Zealand. Her was commonly known as Isobel. Isabella was born at Coloston Mill on on 3 April 1837 at Forfarshire, Scotland. Isabella was employed at as a Millworker Flaxspinner at Montrose, Forfarshire, Angus, Scotland, in 1851. She immigrated with her parents Alexander Crow II and Jane Kidd on 15 July 1857 at Port Phillip District; Alexander CROW at age 60 and his wife Jane CROW age 58 left Liverpool aboard the Lady Milton on 12th April 1857. With them were four children - Jane age 20, Jessie age 17, Anne age 18 and John age 14. True to his independent ways he arrived in Melbourne "Un-engaged" to any employer and released to his "own account."1,2 She married James Mc George on on 12 April 1861 at Tweddle Road at Green Valley Farm, Cabbage Tree, Victoria.

Citations

  1. [S99] Text , Source: Series VPRS 14 Register of Assisted Immigrants from the United Kingdom held at PRO Victoria: Microfilm copy: VPRS 3502 Book: 11 Pages: 415, 419, 423 & Book: 11A Pages: 70 & 72.
  2. [S212] Family Tree research from Ancestry.com.

Ann Crow

F, b. 10 March 1839, d. 25 November 1909
FatherAlexander Crow II b. c 1797, d. 22 Oct 1880
MotherJane Kidd b. 9 May 1800, d. 4 Jun 1891
     As of 1859,her married name was Thompson.
She married William Thompson in 1859 at Victoria.1 Ann was born on 10 March 1839 at Montrose, Forfarshire, Angus, Scotland. Ann was employed at as a House Servant at Montrose, Forfarshire, Angus, Scotland, in 1851. She immigrated with her parents Alexander Crow II and Jane Kidd on 15 July 1857 at Port Phillip District; Alexander CROW at age 60 and his wife Jane CROW age 58 left Liverpool aboard the Lady Milton on 12th April 1857. With them were four children - Jane age 20, Jessie age 17, Anne age 18 and John age 14. True to his independent ways he arrived in Melbourne "Un-engaged" to any employer and released to his "own account."2,3
Ann died on 25 November 1909 at Northcote, Melbourne, at age 70.4

Citations

  1. [S147] Marriage Record, Victorian Marriage Entry number 1981 in 1859.
  2. [S99] Text , Source: Series VPRS 14 Register of Assisted Immigrants from the United Kingdom held at PRO Victoria: Microfilm copy: VPRS 3502 Book: 11 Pages: 415, 419, 423 & Book: 11A Pages: 70 & 72.
  3. [S212] Family Tree research from Ancestry.com.
  4. [S255] Death Search Australia, Ann's Victorian Death registration 13750 in 1909.

John Crow

M, b. 1 January 1844, d. 24 October 1923
FatherAlexander Crow II b. c 1797, d. 22 Oct 1880
MotherJane Kidd b. 9 May 1800, d. 4 Jun 1891
     I do not have record on who he married but he is believed to have 3 sons & 1 daughter - Laurie Richards.

The 1851 Montrose census lists John as 7 years old and as a "Scholar". John was born on 1 January 1844 at Montrose, Forfarshire, Angus, Scotland. He immigrated with his parents Alexander Crow II and Jane Kidd on 15 July 1857 at Port Phillip District; Alexander CROW at age 60 and his wife Jane CROW age 58 left Liverpool aboard the Lady Milton on 12th April 1857. With them were four children - Jane age 20, Jessie age 17, Anne age 18 and John age 14. True to his independent ways he arrived in Melbourne "Un-engaged" to any employer and released to his "own account."1,2
He married Annie Duggan on 2 March 1867 at age 23 at Miller Street, Brunswick, Melbourne, Victoria.3
John Crow died on 24 October 1923 at Manly Cottage Hospital, Manley, Sydney, at age 79.2

Family

Annie Duggan b. c 1849, d. 24 Aug 1915
Children

Citations

  1. [S99] Text , Source: Series VPRS 14 Register of Assisted Immigrants from the United Kingdom held at PRO Victoria: Microfilm copy: VPRS 3502 Book: 11 Pages: 415, 419, 423 & Book: 11A Pages: 70 & 72.
  2. [S212] Family Tree research from Ancestry.com.
  3. [S147] Marriage Record, Their Victorian Marriage Registration Number is 856 in 1867.