Henry Pickering, 18361913 (aged 77 years)

Name
Henry /Pickering/
Given names
Henry
Surname
Pickering
Birth about 1836 30

Baptism October 30, 1836 31 (aged 0)
Text:

Name: Henry Pickering Baptism Date: 30 Oct 1836 Baptism Place: Leamington Priors, All Saints, Warwickshire, England Parish: Leamington Priors, All Saints Father: James Pickering Mother: Sarah Pickering

Immigration January 1842 (aged 6 years)
Citation details:

1842 January Carthaginian

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Assisted bounty immigrants who arrived in NSW aboard the ship Carthaginian in Jan 1842: James Pickering a native of Liverpool son of William Pickering a shipwright and Anne Davis both alive, a bricklayer age 36 on embarkation, Church of England Sarah Pickering a native of Chelsea, daughter of John Rollins a marble ---- and Liddy Collins, the former dead, a dressmaker age 32 on embarkation William Pickering 12 James Pickering 7 Henry Pickering 5 Edward Pickering 3 buried 2 girls on board Sarah Pickering age 10 months, died Nov 15 1841, cause of death diarrhoea

MarriageMary Jane StrikeView this family
1864 (aged 28 years)
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2526/1864 PICKERING HENRY STRIKE MARY JANE MUDGEE

Death 1913 (aged 77 years)
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Name: Henry Pickering Death Date: 1913 Death Place: New South Wales Father's name: James Mother's name: Sarah A Registration Year: 1913 Registration Place: Newtown, New South Wales Registration Number: 5675

Citation details:

Wyalong Advocate Sat 24 May 1913 p. 4

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Obituary. Mr Henry Pickering M r T. A. Smith, Secretary of the Loyal Wyalong Branch of the M.U Oddfellows, received a telegram' fiom the Grand Secretary on Wed nesday last conveying the sad news that Mr Henry Pickering had died that day at Haberfield, Sydney. 'Dad' Pickering, as he was familiarly known here, resided on this field for about 10 years, and was respected, esteemed, and be loved by every man, woman and child. When he first came to the field, he followed mining pursuits, but of late years his failing health and strength compelled him to re linquish such laborious work. He was for ten years Secretary of the local Branch of the M. U. Odd fellows, and previous to coming here he occupied a similar position at Forbes. The late Mr Pickering, who was close on 85 years of ate, has been a member of the M. U. Oddfellows Lodge for almost half a century. He was deservedly popular in the local Branch, and was unquestion ably a 'grand old man ' in every respect. Some four years ago, he was compelled to resign the Secre taryship through failing health and since then he has resided with his wife and family at Haberfield. Sydney. His many friends here will be sorry to learn of his demise, and the sympathy of the whole popu lace is, we feel certain, extended to Mrs Pickering and family in the sad and imparable loss they have sustained.

Family with parents
father
1805
Birth: May 8, 1805Liverpool, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom
Death:
himself
18361913
Birth: about 1836 30
Death: 1913Newtown, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Family with Mary Jane Strike
himself
18361913
Birth: about 1836 30
Death: 1913Newtown, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
wife
Marriage
Marriage: 1864Mudgee, Central Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
daughter
18651934
Birth: 1865 29Mudgee, Central Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1934Randwick, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Birthestimated from date of baptism/christening
BaptismAncestry.com. Warwickshire, England, Church of England Baptisms, 1813-1910 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.
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Name: Henry Pickering Baptism Date: 30 Oct 1836 Baptism Place: Leamington Priors, All Saints, Warwickshire, England Parish: Leamington Priors, All Saints Father: James Pickering Mother: Sarah Pickering

ImmigrationAncestry.com. New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2007
Citation details:

1842 January Carthaginian

Text:

Assisted bounty immigrants who arrived in NSW aboard the ship Carthaginian in Jan 1842: James Pickering a native of Liverpool son of William Pickering a shipwright and Anne Davis both alive, a bricklayer age 36 on embarkation, Church of England Sarah Pickering a native of Chelsea, daughter of John Rollins a marble ---- and Liddy Collins, the former dead, a dressmaker age 32 on embarkation William Pickering 12 James Pickering 7 Henry Pickering 5 Edward Pickering 3 buried 2 girls on board Sarah Pickering age 10 months, died Nov 15 1841, cause of death diarrhoea

MarriageNew South Wales. Department of Justice and Attorney General. NSW Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages. [data-base on-line]. Sydney: the Registry.
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2526/1864 PICKERING HENRY STRIKE MARY JANE MUDGEE

DeathAncestry.com. Australia Death Index, 1787-1985 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.
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Name: Henry Pickering Death Date: 1913 Death Place: New South Wales Father's name: James Mother's name: Sarah A Registration Year: 1913 Registration Place: Newtown, New South Wales Registration Number: 5675

DeathNational Library of Australia. Trove: one search...a wealth of information. [database on-line].
Citation details:

Wyalong Advocate Sat 24 May 1913 p. 4

Text:

Obituary. Mr Henry Pickering M r T. A. Smith, Secretary of the Loyal Wyalong Branch of the M.U Oddfellows, received a telegram' fiom the Grand Secretary on Wed nesday last conveying the sad news that Mr Henry Pickering had died that day at Haberfield, Sydney. 'Dad' Pickering, as he was familiarly known here, resided on this field for about 10 years, and was respected, esteemed, and be loved by every man, woman and child. When he first came to the field, he followed mining pursuits, but of late years his failing health and strength compelled him to re linquish such laborious work. He was for ten years Secretary of the local Branch of the M. U. Odd fellows, and previous to coming here he occupied a similar position at Forbes. The late Mr Pickering, who was close on 85 years of ate, has been a member of the M. U. Oddfellows Lodge for almost half a century. He was deservedly popular in the local Branch, and was unquestion ably a 'grand old man ' in every respect. Some four years ago, he was compelled to resign the Secre taryship through failing health and since then he has resided with his wife and family at Haberfield. Sydney. His many friends here will be sorry to learn of his demise, and the sympathy of the whole popu lace is, we feel certain, extended to Mrs Pickering and family in the sad and imparable loss they have sustained.