Thomas Laycock + Margaret Connell
Family Group Information
|Marriage|| 8 July 1817|
Sydney Town, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Source: RootsWeb. WorldConnect [database on-line]. Ancestry.com, 2009
Text: Now named 'Fernleigh' at modern Caringbah a house is believed by Sutherland historians to have been completed in 1821 for Thomas Laycock junior, who, while himself mostly resident at his property 'Kelvin' at Bringelly, built the house for his second wife Margaret Connell and the six children of his first marriage to Isabella Bunker of 'Collingwood', Liverpool. The home is believed to be the first constructed in the Sutherland area and has been an envied point of interest for 100 years.
Source: Uebel, Lesley, comp. Marriage licences granted to free persons 1813-1827. [CD-ROM]. the author: 2001
Text: Margaret Connell was married to Thomas Laycock by Rev. W. Cowper at St Philips Sydney on 8 Jul 1817, a licence having been obtained 5 Jul 1817
Source: National Library of Australia. Trove: one search...a wealth of information. [database on-line].
Citation details: Sydney gazette Sat 19 Jul 1817 p. 3
Text: MARRIED. - On Thursday the 8th instant, by Special Licence, at the Church of St Philip, Sydney, Thomas Laycock Esq. to Miss Margaret Connell, youngest daughter of Mr. John Connell, of Pitt-street.
|Last change|| 22 August 2012 - 20:41:23|
by: Marion Purnell