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AGNES ELLEN TREW KC00098099
Aged (Years) Date of Death Suburb
77 25 Dec 1989 RIVERVALE
Ashes Request
TAKEN BY ADMINISTRATOR - KARRAKATTA 
WARREN, Agnes Ellen (I4803)
 
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EDNA ELIZABETH TREW KC00144562
Aged (Years) Date of Death Suburb
96 03 Oct 2000 LEEDERVILLE
Ashes Request
TAKEN BY ADMINISTRATOR AT KARRAKATTA 
BIGNALL, Edna Elizabeth (I3582)
 
3 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. FREE, A.D. (I3644)
 
4 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. CRIDDLE, S.D. (I6008)
 
5 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. CRIDDLE, D.M. (I1170)
 
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IGI
Harriet FLAVEL
Sex: F
Marriage(s):
Spouse: COX
Marriage: Abt. 1856
, Australia 
FLAVELL, Harriet (I7217)
 
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IGI Records show:
Mary Ann BORRETT
Christening: 1 Jun 1800
Bramfield, Suffolk, England
Father: George BORRETT
Mother: Sarah 
BORRETT, Mary Anne (I1432)
 
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Information sources about the FAWELL's;
-'Bicentennial Dictionary of WA Pre 1829-1888', which a lady kindly sent me
info on
-Family Search LDS submitted by Margaret Lawson in WA.

Information sources about HEWETT and CANDISH;
-My own sources, eg birth certs, etc
-Family and cousin in NZ who are researching CANDISH 
FAWELL, William (I7449)
 
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Marriages Dec 1872
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Schmidt William St. Saviour 1d 37

HORWOOD Emma Elizabeth St. Saviour 1d 37
KENT Elizabeth Louisa St. Saviour 1d 37
Smith Henry St. Saviour 1d 37 
GORDON, Anne Elizabeth (I11059)
 
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Posted by Rod Hoare on February 02, 1999 at 17:46:31:

I saw somewhere that Criddle meant 'from the valley'. I wish I kept the reference.
In helping Bruce Lumley find the origin of his Criddle/Crittal forebears I found the following:
http://www.familychronicle.com/namesae.htm
for name origins:

CRIDDLE (British). "The believer's valley."
CRITTALL (British). "Derived from Crit Hall in Benenden, Kent".
CRITTLE (British). Form of Criddle.

Therefore Crittal and Criddle may not be from the same origin 
CROTTOL, Christopher (I2479)
 
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Research Notes:
A John SPANSWICK did indeed marry Mary Ann CHANDLER on 8th Nov 1811 but his parents were Roger SPANSWICK and Mary (WARMAN).
Colin Long - 2004 
SPANSWICK, John (I15189)
 
12 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. HAMBURGER, R.G. (I3640)
 
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After looking into the information you sent us the first William Rowe in your list of information would appear to be the William we are looking for. Especially as he named his first son Alfred John. William's father was John and he had brother named Alfred who is our Great Grandfather. WE have a date 1854 from the Cornwall Cenus but no month or day. We would be interested in contacting the people in your list that are still alive. Look forward to your reply
Murray and Bea Rowe
murabe01-at-ihug.co.nz

http://63.169.143.2/cgi-bin/genealogy/navf?-1+0+S+English
1871 Cornwall Census
Occupants of Dwelling
Parish CONSTANTINE; District 4; Schedule 079

Position Marital
Name in Family Status Age
ROWE, JOHN Head M 64
ROWE, MARY Wife M 46
ROWE, MARY A Daughter U 24
ROWE, WM Son U 17
ROWE, CATH Daughter - 12
ROWE, CHAS B Son - 11
ROWE, PETER Son - 9
ROWE, ARTHUR Son - 7
ROWE, EDMUND Son - 6
ROWE, LOWISA Daughter - 4

More info on above names:

Approximate
Birth
ROWE, JOHN FARMER 1807 CONSTANTINE, Cornwall
ROWE, MARY - 1825 CONSTANTINE, Cornwall
ROWE, MARY A FRMRS SON 1847 BUDOCK, Cornwall
ROWE, WM FRMRS DAU 1854 CONSTANTINE, Cornwall
ROWE, CATH SCH 1859 CONSTANTINE, Cornwall
ROWE, CHAS B SCH 1860 CONSTANTINE, Cornwall
ROWE, PETER SCH 1862 CONSTANTINE, Cornwall
ROWE, ARTHUR SCH 1864 CONSTANTINE, Cornwall
ROWE, EDMUND SCH 1865 CONSTANTINE, Cornwall
ROWE, LOWISA - 1867 CONSTANTINE, Cornwall 
ROWE, William John Raymonde (I540)
 
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Backshall, Walter James
Number: 2880
Rank: Lance Corporal [L Cpl]
Unit: 48th Bn
Service: Army
Conflict: 1914-1918
Date of Death: 20/10/1917
Place of Death:
Cause of Death:
Memorial Panel: 145
Cemetery or Memorial Details: 29 The Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial Belgium
Next Of Kin:
Place Of Enlistment: Subiaco, WA
Native Place:
Notes: BACKSHALL, Lce. Cpl. Walter James, 2880. 48th Bn. 20th Oct., 1917.
http://www.awm.gov.au/database/roh.asp
Source: AWM145 Roll of Honour cards, 1914-1918 War, Army 
BACKSHALL, Walter James (I7408)
 
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Could have had son:
David Hercules Amnel Shackleton
b.1903 #1524 Boulder, Western Australia
Father: Frederick John 
SHACKLETON, Mary Emma (I10803)
 
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Father could be Name:
Keith Lyle Morrison
Father's Name:
David King Morrison
Mother's Name:
Lillian Maude Brown
Birth Place:
Collingwood, Victoria
Registration Year:
1909
Registration Place:
Victoria
Registration Number:
2436 
MORRISON, Geoffrey Lyle (I29402)
 
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Fitzgerald, Robert Francis
Number: 6217
Rank: Private [Pte]
Unit: 11th Battalion AIF
Service: Army
Conflict: 1914-1918
Date of Death: 15/04/1917
Place of Death:
Cause of Death:
Memorial Panel: 62
Cemetery or Memorial Details: 26 Villers Bretonneux-France
Next Of Kin:
Place Of Enlistment: West Midland Junction, WA
Native Place:
Notes: FITZGERALD, Pte. Robert Francis, 6217. 11th Bn. 15th April, 1917.
http://www.awm.gov.au/database/roh.asp
Source: AWM145 Roll of Honour cards, 1914-1918 War, Army 
FITZGERALD, Robert Frances (I10335)
 
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http://www.genealogybuff.com/misc/west_australia_obits22.htm
VALENTI Annunziata 65 1964
VALENTI Caterina Maria 75 1979
VALENTI Eugenia <1 1981
VALENTI Franchesco 27 1931
VALENTI Gennaro 69 1975
VALENTI Immacolata Amato 77 1978
VALENTI Maria 86 1968
VALENTI Maria Giovanna <1 1954
VALENTI Pasquale 75 1976
VALENTI Rose Marie 52 1978
VALENTI Salvatore 63 1986
VALENTI Stefano 59 1977

http://www2.mcb.wa.gov.au/NameSearch/search.php
Last Name
Given Names
Age
Year of Death
Suburb

VALENTI
ALDO ALFREDO
84 years
2010
NORTH FREMANTLE

VALENTI
ANNUNZIATA
65 years
1964
MILLENDON

VALENTI
CATERINA MARIA (CATERINA MARIA)
75 years
1979
MAYLANDS

VALENTI
DOMENICO
64 years
2005
SWAN VIEW

VALENTI
EUGENIA
Stillborn
1981
MIDDLE SWAN

VALENTI
FRANCHESCO
27 years
1931
HERNE HILL

VALENTI
GENNARO
69 years
1975
MILLENDON

VALENTI
GIOVANNA
91 years
2011
INNALOO

VALENTI
GIOVANNI (JOHN)
50 years
2004
COOLBINIA

VALENTI
GIOVANNI
87 years
2011
MAYLANDS

VALENTI
GIUSEPPINA
80 years
1996
FREMANTLE

VALENTI
GUISEPPE
90 years
1988
FREMANTLE

VALENTI
IMMACOLATA AMATO
77 years
1978
HERNE HILL

VALENTI
MAFALDA (MARY)
76 years
2002
YOKINE

VALENTI
MARIA
86 years
1968
MIDLAND

VALENTI
MARIA ARGIA
70 years
2009
MIDDLE SWAN

VALENTI
MARIA GIOVANNA
0 years
1954
MOUNT LAWLEY

VALENTI
MICHELANGELO
98 years
2010
MIDLAND

VALENTI
PASQUALE
75 years
1976
HERNE HILL

VALENTI
PIETRO
70 years
2009
DARLINGTON

VALENTI
ROMA
4 years
1934
PALMYRA

VALENTI
ROSE MARIE
52 years
1978
NEDLANDS

VALENTI
SALVATORE
63 years
1986
DIANELLA

VALENTI
STEFANO
59 years
1977
INNALOO 
VALENTI, Vincenzo (I31782)
 
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http://www.theshipslist.com/ships/lines/bluefunnel.html
http://www.red-duster.co.uk/BLUEFUN10.htm

Gorgon (1) 1908 - 1928 sold to Hong Kong owner, renamed Lyeemoon. 2,885

GORGON (1) was built in 1908 by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd. at Greenock with a tonnage of 2885grt, a length of 300ft, a beam of 42ft and a service speed of 12 knots. Built for the Ocean Steam Ship Company she was deployed on the Singapore - Batavia - Fremantle service alongside the Charon. In 1917 she was requisitioned by the British Government and used in the Mediterranean to transport motor transport and troops as an Expeditionary Force Transport. She was sold to the Cheong Hing Steamship Co. Ltd of Hong Kong, renamed Lyeemoon and used as an emigrant ship in Chinese and South East Asian waters. Apparently avoiding Japanese control during WW2 she was supposedly wrecked at Benghazi on 4th January 1943.(Photo as the Lyeemoon: Peter Newall Collection)

Maurice James Gordon Warr was born on this ship at sea but no record of his birth has been found. Reseach by Maurice before his death and his son Stephen has not turned up anything more than, the ship was registered in Singapore and, because he was born beyond 3 miles from our coast, his birth may only be recorded in the captains log.

Henry and Mary had only the one child and they separated soon after his birth. The then stigma giving birth out of wedlock may also explain why his birth rego is so hard to trace? 
Family F9888
 
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I have found references to Edwin and Jane Smith and family arriving in Port Adelaide aboard the "British Enterprise" in 1877. However, I have been unable to verify this fact.
An article in the "South Australian Register" of 5th April 1877 lists the passengers aboard this ship and Edwin Smith and family are not mentioned.
Do you have a different source for this event?

Kind regards,
Michaele Jeavons - m.jeavons-at-bigpond.com - 2011 
Family F6535
 
54 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ARMSTEAD, H.E. (I113)
 
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Looking for Pickup Family arrival... Ship to NSW, Australia between 1867 - 1887. 
PICKUP, Abraham (I9396)
 
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Name Change:
The story has it, that when they arrived from Italy there were 2 cousins called Guiseppe (Joseph) Re`, and both moved to Fremantle and both had fruit and vegie shops. Each was getting each others mail and it was very confusing, so one changed his name to Joseph 'King' (which meant Re` in Italian apparently) and they all lived happily ever after. 
RE, Guiseppe (I55705)
 
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Posted by: Eric Shackleton
I have an elderly map of "Heptanstall District" in Yorkshire, England where my ancesters came from and on it just up the river from "Hebden Bridge" is a ford of the river and a hamlet called "Shackleton".

Shackleton - English place name from a place in Yorkshire, the name deriving from the old english meaning ‘tongue of land’ and ‘settlement’

Rather than call it an English place name it is more properly an Anglo-Saxon place name. This is determined by the 'ton' ending which is the Anglo-Saxon for place. If it ended with 'by or bye'. i.e., Shackleby then it would be Norman or English.

Information from "A Dictionary of Surnames", edited by Hanks & Hodges, published by Oxford: "English: habitation name from a place in the parish of Halifax, West Yorkshire so called from the Old English scacel = a tongue of land + tun - enclosure, settlement." possible link with the Old Norse skekill.

The original was 'scacaldaue', Old English for 'tongue of land'. Earlist reference found so far is Richard Shackleton of York in 1243.

An Aunty of mine told me that our name came from Normandy as "Esheldene". This was shock as I had allways assumed Anglo-Saxon. Does anyone have any info. on this possibility? 
SHACKLETON, John (I10804)
 
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QUINNS ROCKS

This seaside suburb takes its name from the offshore reef first noted during a coastline survey by Surveyour James Cowle in 1867. Although spelt with a double "n", the rocks are thought to have been named after Robert Quin who emigrated to Western Australia in 1863 and was appointed as an Assistant Surveyor on his arrival. Quin died in July 1886. The general area on the coast opposite the rocks was referred to as Quinns Rocks by the Wanneroo Road Board when they requested the survey of a road to that place in November 1925. Later the place also came to be called "Wanneroo Beach". Quinns Rocks was declared a townsite in 1962. 
QUIN, Robert (I35683)
 
59 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. WORTHINGTON, R.E. (I32449)
 
60
That is all the information I have in relation to this. It is believed that we are descendants of Francis Cooke of the Mayflower (1583-1663, Marri
Hester Le Mahieu) but we are unable to find the connection. We have tracked his relatives as follows:

Jacob Cooke (1618-1747, Married to Damaris Hopkins)
Jacob Cooke (1653-1747, Married to Lydia Miller)
Jacob Cooke (1691-1753, Married to Phebe Hall)
Jacob Cooke (1725-1808, Marrietd to Margaret & Phebe Lindley)

and thats where we get stuck. As mentioned previously Solomon Cook's father was a Jacob Cook so we are only missing 1 generation link. If you could help me in relation to that gap it would be greatly appreciated. I am also trying to find out if we are related to a Thomas Cook from the late 1700's early 1800's. Thats all the information I have on him but would like to know if we are related.

If you have any further questions, feel free to write back. Thankyou very much for your assistance.
Yael Cook
spirochick-at-hotmail.com 
COOK, Jacob (I10761)
 
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William FISHER
Sex: M
Event(s):
Christening: 12 May 1788
Epping, Essex, England
Parents:
Father: George FISHER
Mother: Ann

FHL Film: 1040203. Parish Registers, Church of England, Charlwood, Surrey. 1595 -1912.
Baptisms.

Page 72, Entry No: 573.
9 May 1830. James, son of William & Elizabeth Fisher, Charlwood, Occupation; Labourer. By whom; S. Porter.

Page 72, Entry No: 574.
9 May 1830. Ann, daughter of William & Elizabeth Fisher, Charlwood. Occupation; Labourer. By whom; S. Porter
Received in Church. Baptised at Buttervant in Ireland. 4 years old next month.

Page 72, Entry No: 574.
9 May 1830. Richard Samuel, son of Samuel & Elizabeth Fisher. Charlwood. Occupation; Labourer. By whom; S. Porter.
Received in Church, Baptised at Lewisham. 4 years old.

Page 91. Entry No: 721.
30 November 1834. Elizabeth, daughter of William & Elizabeth Fisher. Charlwood. Occupation; Labourer. By whom; S. Porter.

There were also 5 children of George & Ann Fisher of Charlwood, who were born about 1816 according to 1841 census. I cannot say they were related, but who knows?

In 1841 census a Samuel Fisher, aged 15 years, born Ireland, was living with John Paris & family at Stanstead, Kent. 
FISHER, George (I8283)
 
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Wrankmore H K & D J
58 Christian Crcle
Quinns Rocks 6030
(08) 9562 0005

Wrankmore J & H
Cooralya Yaringa 6701
(08) 9948 5016 
WRANKMORE, Agnes Constance (I14662)
 
63 Anglican LE 0854 LANG, Lily (I29882)
 
64 CHURCH OF CHRIST-AA-0003 KB00023465 SUTHERLAND, Emma (I819)
 
65 GRANITE NICHE WALL 1A-0039 KC00111675 WESTLEY, Mabel Joyce (I86706)
 
66 Sidney Hall Hospital INGATE, Harry Charles (I63209)
 
67 !Young & Ch de Crespigny - Ancestry Tree
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/38869109/family/pedigree

Family History Blog
http://ayfamilyhistory.blogspot.com.au 
Source (S1249)
 
68 "Coggeshall Gang"
https://www.facebook.com/groups/876590645696378/
Researching a gang of criminals in Coggeshall in 1840's, one of which seems to be James Everett.
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Wayne Hoppe - 2015 
EVERETT, James (I61268)
 
69 "Etona" - The Floating Church LOXTON, Beatrice Margaret (I4865)
 
70 "Glad or Glady" as she was known, was a lady cricket player and she played with the Northcote Ladies Cricket Club and there are many old photographs held by her daughter-law kitty, showing her in the company of her female team mates. I can remember talking with her of the ladies in the team as my own mother and her sister also played cricket and they could recall their encounters on the cricket field. FREE, Gladys Amelia (I9543)
 
71 "Jack" as he was known to all, suffered from an early age the bone disease called "austeo-myaliatis" which required him to endure many operations, which left him with one leg and an arm shorter than the others. He was one of the most likeable people you could ever meet, and he was never unhappy outwardly about his handicap. He had a motor bike and sidecar and would ride around visiting family members. He would give the kids rides in the sidecar and he was well known the local area and everyone would call out "hi! Jack. He loved a beer and was always with a happy disposition.
Jack would often arrive at his sister "Lovie" Pettit's home a "little tipsy" she would say 'jack you are drunk' he would smile, flop down on the couch and go to sleep. He worked for many years as a "French Polisher" for the Gainsborough Furniture Company, and then in later years, he took work with the Melbourne City Council in the parks and gardens department.

He worked mainly in the princes park area and although he was a Fitzroy supporter, jack worked part time for the Carlton Football Club as an attendant and in other areas around the club. When jack died, the Carlton football club and its cheer squad both placed tributes to him in the newspaper. John Desmond " jack" white recalls riding on a flat tray cart pulled by a horse with "Uncle Jack" at the reins. He was selling timber off-cuts in potato bags for either a "trey or a zack" which was three pence or sixpence in the old currency. I.e. Sixpence equals 5 cents today.

When he was not banging away on an old kerosene tin and calling out his wares, uncle jack would break out in song, singing "I'm in heaven" or "would you , would you". He was also very good on the harmonica ie. "Mouth Organ" and he would go down the back yard with Dorothy's son Robert and the dog. He would play it, Robert and the dog would join in song, this to the amusement of all who saw this performance. 
FREE, John Charles Omand (I9545)
 
72 "Mary Unknown" may have died in childbirth as her son William was born in May 1723. The first child for the second marriage that I have is Mary 1727.
One of the wives "Maybe Mary Beal" died as a widow on 14/3/1761 relic of John DEE of Somerwell.
John bpt 1692 left a will and some of my information came from this. 
DEE, John (I22837)
 
73 "MELBOURN is a parish, in the hundred of Repton and Gresley. The village, which is a considerable one, and of some antiquity, is situate seven miles and a half S.S.E. from Derby, and about six N.N.E. from Ashby-de-la-Zouch. Camden notices this place as having a castle, wherein John Duke of Bourbon, of the blood royal of France, was incarcerated nine years, having been taken prisoner at the battle of Agincourt."
"Derbyshire, midland county of England, having Yorkshire on the north, Notts on the east, Leicestershire, Warwickshire, and Staffordshire on the south and Staffordshire and Cheshire on the west; length, north and south, 52 miles; greatest breadth, 85 miles; average breadth, 20 miles; area, 658,624 acres; pop. 461,914. The surface in the south is either flat or undulating, irregular in the middle and NE., and picturesquely mountainous in the NW. or Peak district. The principal rivers are the Trent, Derwent, Dove, and Wye; river communication is supplemented by the Erewash and Grand Trunk Canals. The road and railway systems are highly developed. The soil in the Vale of the Trent is alluvial and very productive. In the hilly districts the land is mostly in pasture; much of it is rocky and unproductive. Oats, barley, potatoes, and wheat are cultivated; and there are many excellent dairy-farms. Warm mineral springs are numerous, the most popular being those at Buxton, Matlock, and Bakewell. Coal is abundant; iron ore and lead are worked; among the other mineral products are zinc, manganese, and barytes. There are numerous and extensive quarries of limestone and marble; fluor-spar is found in the caverns, and is manufactured into a great variety of ornamental articles. Silk, cotton, and lace are the chief manufactures, but malting and brewing are also carried on, and there are some extensive iron foundries." [Bartholemew's Gazetteer of the British Isles, 1887] 
HARPER, Alice (I7839)
 
74 "Musk Vale" WHITE, Fredrick John (I18694)
 
75 "Nammen" HARRIS, Alan Robert (I19429)
 
76 "On the morning of 7 August the 8th, 9th and 10th Australian Light Horse made a dismounted charge across the narrow no-man's-land which had separated them and the Turks for the past twelve weeks. Most of the light horsemen did not show alarm at the task they had been set. Among many there was a nervous anticipation, for this was to be a demonstration of their worth. They were aware that the infantrymen, who had got a tenuous grip on the peninsula when they made their amphibious landing in late April, were watching to see how well these more recently arrived troops, supposedly Australia's elite, would acquit themselves. Two hundred and thirty-four men were killed, and about 140 wounded, in this short, sharp action. In the trenches, from which they had begun only minutes earlier, there was shock and chaos. Dead and wounded were thick in no-man's-land. For many death had been instantaneous. Others lay wounded and isolated, with neither the strength nor opportunity to get back." BRADY, Edgar Vernon (I57555)
 
77 "Riversalde" Dongara, Tenant Of Sp Phillips. Owned & Farmed Victoria Locs 2441, 2442, 2532, South Of Dongara "Green Grove". Lived At Dongara Where Was Educated. Won Awards At Edinburgh Exhibition For Premium Grade Wheat & 1st National Show Perth 06-03-1901. DOWNES, William (I13277)
 
78 "The Bowes" DRAGE, Thomas Amos (I30283)
 
79 "The Hentys" by Marnie
Bassett spells out the tale in fine detail ...

The Henty family chartered the CAROLINE to send out their advance party to the Swan River Colony and had to arrive before the end of 1829 with money and goods in tow (investments in the new colony) to qualify for offers of grants of free land ... part of the goods, apart from sheep & provisions, was servants.

Of the 65 passengers on board (cabin and steerage) many were servants, not only to the Hentys but to the other gentlemen on board ...Camfield, Talbot, Trimmer, Everard and Alfred Stone 28, solicitor and "a good shot, whose mustachoes were black".

Camfield's servants were Frederick & Frances Friend and child Mary Ann, and William Smith and wife and son William.

The Henty servants were George Hills and his wife, son and daughter, while other labourers and servants were listed as Mr & Mrs Chipper, Mr & Mrs Gee and 5 children, Mrs & Mrs Rewell and daughter, Mr & Mrs Bushby and 2 sons, Mr & Mrs Sandford and 4 sons and 6 single men by the names of Price,
Patterson, Dyer, Barnden, Haybittle and Goble.

No other names jump off the pages at me but Erickson says William Criddle arrived on the Caroline and was A.H. Stone's servant and Phoebe was his youngest child, born in 1870.

The HENTY servants were nearly all old employees of the family in Sussex UK and "signed on to serve Thomas Henty, gentleman, or his agents, as dutiful servants for five years in return for a free passage, twenty pounds a year, fuel, and board.

The Henty's had a rough time of it in the colony and moved on to Tasmania and settled in Launceston where their father and the rest of the migration caught up with them. One son, Charles, set up a shipping business and took goods around to Fremantle, as well as setting up business in South Australia
and their Victorian claim to fame of settling the Portland area.

It states in a book that the name may have been taken from Crit Hall in the small town of eneden. Willam Criddle was born 1804 in Kent (not sure where)his surname was spelt Crittal,and his hometown was tunbridge wells, he came to Western Australia as indentured servant to a solicitor Mr Alfred Hawes Stone, William was released from his indenture in 1830 to make his own way in the colony. After working for a few years in the Perth area, WIlliam went to Toodyay, or Newcastle as it was then known, he met future wife, Elizabeth Thomas, who was born in Bristol U k. They were married at "DEEPDALE" the home of Elizabeth in 1840,he was 36 years and she was 18 years they had fourteen(14) children.
William was a stonemason and a builder. The Perth gasette of 1842 mentions that the Police Barracksat Toodyay was built by Willaim Criddle he eventually moved the Greenough flats on his own land and engaged in farming, there is much more to this story but cannot write it all on this message.I am not sure where you live, I shall check your email address later, but if you are interested and you don't know already Greenough is about twenty five kilometres south of Geraldton, it is now a tourist area and has a renovated hamlet, and there are various old buildings and ruins in the area (we go there often researching) many of these buildings at Greenough and Dongara were built by William. He died at Greenough 12 may 1875 (i shall ask my wife where he is buried) his wife Elizabeth died in Dongara in 1909 and is buried in Dongara cemetery. One last point the first child of William and Elizabeth was Anne Criddle she married a John Patience (they were my wife Pamela's g/grandparents)John Patience was number two (2) convict on arrival,from England,that is another story. 
CRITTAL, William (I1072)
 
80 "The Springs" FREE, Harriet Etty (I9443)
 
81 #1083 BARTRAM, John Richard (I43786)
 
82 #11.A.7. BRANSON, William Thomas (I8507)
 
83 #1157 FORBES, Louisa May (I48759)
 
84 #12 MURRAY, John (I31920)
 
85 #13 HERBERT, William Henry (I13689)
 
86 #132 PRICE, Alice Mary (I82775)
 
87 #138Meth FLAVELL, John Edward (I16918)
 
88 #142Meth WEBSTER, Annie Louisa (I8344)
 
89 #144Meth FLAVELL, Benjamin George (I8324)
 
90 #151Meth FLAVELL, Vincent Benjamin (I16917)
 
91 #168 HOLMES, William Henry Carter (I34581)
 
92 #181 MARTIN, Unnamed (I26710)
 
93 #199 CROFTS, Emma (I28369)
 
94 #20 LARWOOD, Edward (I23095)
 
95 #20 STAFF, Mary Ann (I23096)
 
96 #21 GRAYSON, John Stephen (I71745)
 
97 #2122 NEWPORT, Ruth Eleanor (I4863)
 
98 #2427673 TUCKER, Beatrice Daisy (I53769)
 
99 #2628 WATTERS, Joseph (I8719)
 
100 #2628 BUSSER, Grace (I8720)
 

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