Hannah Howell, 18031871 (aged 68 years)

Name
Hannah /Howell/
Given names
Hannah
Surname
Howell
Birth
1803 31 33
Religious marriage
Text:

V18202549 3A/1820 DEAN THOMAS HOWELL HANNAH CC
(Windsor, St Matthews Church of England)

Citation details: Sydney Gazette Wed 29 Nov 1826 p. 3
Text:

WINDSOR.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16. - ...
Hannah Deane was brought before the Court, accused by her husband, Thomas Deane, a man whose appearance bespoke anxiety, and who, in a languid tone, set forth his complaint; that he had married Hannah and thereby given unto her the name of Deane, now about five years since; that they had always lived happily together, until within a few months ago; that he had ever endeavoured to accommodate a mutual good understanding, and of she thought proper to take a fat pig to Sydney and sell it, thither she might go and perform their mutual desires; that he never said wrong she did; that she had, however, abandoned her home, and had taken with her a lovely babe, which had since been drowned, by carelessness of its nurse; that she had become the companion of another person; that she refused to return home; that he would forgive all her faults, and never one upbraid her with the past, and very impressively concluded with "and there she is, and she cannot say but I always used her well". The prisoner now addressed the Court. "He never beat me, I own; But I left him. he was poor, and could not support me; he had no tea and sugar". Benjamin Longstreets was called, who proved that the complainant always provided a sufficient supply of pork; had wheat in his house; and was never without good corn. "Ah! but tea and sugar!" Longstreets continued, "He had tea and sugar, and they always lived happily together". The prisoner then said, in undisguised terms, that Longstreets procured the tea and sugar, and that Deane knew how he (Longstreets) was requited. Patiently admonished and ordered to return home, and forsake her dissolute way; "I beg to be excused, I cannot." - Sentence, 2 months to the Factory, 3d class.

Census
Text:

Bean, Ann, born in the colony, wife of T. Dean, Parramatta
Dean, Thomas, ticket of leave, Admiral Gambier, 7 years, employed by J, Pye at Parramatta

Census
Text:

Dean, Ann, born in the colony, wife of T. Dean, Parramatta
Dean, Thomas, ticket of leave, Admiral Gambier, 7 years, employed by J, Pye at Parramatta

Not married
1826 (aged 23 years)
Text:

Hannah Howell took up with Richard Kippax whilst still married to Thomas Dean

Census
Text:

Keppard, Richard, 37, conditional pardon, Indefatigable, 1815, life, Protestant, wheelwright, Windsor
Keppard, Hannah, born in the colony
Keppard, William, born in the colony
Euther, James, 17, born in the colony, Protestant, apprentice to Rd. Keppard of Windsor

Marriage
about 1839 (aged 36 years)
Death
Citation details: Sydney Morning Herald Tue 14 Feb 1871 p. 1
Text:

On the 12th instant, at Campbell-street, Mrs Hannah Thorogood, in her 74th year, mother of William, Samuel and Richard Kippax.

Citation details: Sydney Morning Herald Wed 15 Feb 1871 p. 6
Text:

CORONER'S INQUEST.
DEATH FROM DISEASE OF THE HEART. - Yesterday forenoon the City Coroner held, at Gannon's Hotel, King-street, an inquest, touching the cause of death of Mr. Hannah Thoroughgood, then lying at the Infirmary. William Kippax deposed that he was a poulterer, residing at the corner of Campbell and Bourke Streets, Surry Hills; the deceased was his mother; she was seventy-two years of age, a native of the colony, and a widow; she had left a family of seven children; she lived with him; she had enjoyed good health till within the last six months, during which time she showed signs of decay, and about that time ago she was under the care of Dr. Fortescue for what was then imagined to be an attack of asthma; she had been under medical treatment for heart disease; during the last few months she had suffered when walking from shortness of breath; the last time he saw her alive was on Sunday morning last at breakfast, after having which she left for church, and he did not see her again alive; her non-return on Sunday night did not excite any apprehension on his part, as he thought she was at his brother;s where she was occasionally in the habit of stopping. Sarah Davis deposed that she was a married woman, and resided with her husband at 128 Campbell-street, Surry Hills; the deceased came to her place about half past 6 o'clock on Sunday evening last, to the verandah where witness was, and asked her to give her a chair to sit down; she acceded to her request; the deceased sat down, she appeared to be suffering from difficulty of breathing; at her request witness gave her a glass of water, and asked her if she would take anything else, and she said "No"., she asked her to come inside and lie down but she declined; witness then went into the kitchen, leaving her on the verandah, but returned directly; she was then bleeding either from the mouth or nose; she did not speak; she thought she was very ill, and sent for her neighbour (Mrs. McCarthy), who came and said she was dying; she never spoke. Senior Constable Heneberry deposed to having conveyed the deceased in a cab to the Infirmary about half past 6 o'clock on the evening of Sunday last; on arriving at the Infirmary, Dr. Joseph pronounced life extinct. Dr. Joseph deposed that, having made a post-mortem examination of the body of deceased, he was of opinion that death had resulted primarily from disease of the heart, and secondarily from serious apoplexy, accelerated by a loaded state of the stomach. The jury returned a verdict of "Death from disease of the heart".

Family with parents
father
17721835
Birth: about 1772
Death: 1835New South Wales, Australia
mother
17701823
Birth: about 1770
Death: 1823New South Wales, Australia
Marriage Marriageabout 1793
2 years
elder brother
17941831
Birth: about 1794 22 24 New South Wales, Australia
Death: August 15, 1831Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
elder sister
17961861
Birth: about 1796 24 26
Death: 1861Penrith, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
8 years
herself
18031871
Birth: 1803 31 33
Death: February 12, 1871Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Father’s family with Ann Martin
father
17721835
Birth: about 1772
Death: 1835New South Wales, Australia
stepmother
Marriage Marriageabout November 1808
10 months
half-brother
18091809
Birth: August 1809 37 New South Wales, Australia
Death: October 1809
Father’s family with Bridget McCarthy
father
17721835
Birth: about 1772
Death: 1835New South Wales, Australia
stepmother
1785
Birth: about 1785
Death:
Marriage Marriageabout 1816
2 years
half-sister
18171876
Birth: 1817 45 32 New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1876Newtown, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
half-brother
1819
Birth: 1819 47 34 New South Wales, Australia
Death:
3 years
half-brother
1821
Birth: 1821 49 36 New South Wales, Australia
Death:
Mother’s family with Thomas Tambleton
stepfather
mother
17701823
Birth: about 1770
Death: 1823New South Wales, Australia
Marriage Marriageabout April 1791
10 months
half-sister
17921792
Birth: January 15, 1792 22 New South Wales, Australia
Death: between January 15, 1792 and December 31, 1792New South Wales, Australia
Mother’s family with Bishop Thompson
stepfather
1776
Birth: about 1776
Death:
mother
17701823
Birth: about 1770
Death: 1823New South Wales, Australia
Marriage Marriageabout 1804New South Wales, Australia
2 years
half-brother
18051811
Birth: about 1805 29 35
Death: 1811New South Wales, Australia
4 years
half-sister
18081850
Birth: about 1808 32 38 New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1850New South Wales, Australia
Mother’s family with James Eagar
stepfather
mother
17701823
Birth: about 1770
Death: 1823New South Wales, Australia
COMMON COMMONabout 1809
2 years
half-sister
18101887
Birth: 1810 40 New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1887Windsor, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
Family with Thomas Dean
husband
17881843
Birth: about 1788
Death: 1843New South Wales, Australia
herself
18031871
Birth: 1803 31 33
Death: February 12, 1871Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Religious marriage Religious marriage1820Windsor, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
5 years
son
18241826
Birth: 1824 36 21 New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1826New South Wales, Australia
Family with Richard Kippax
partner
17911839
Birth: about 1791
Death: 1839New South Wales, Australia
herself
18031871
Birth: 1803 31 33
Death: February 12, 1871Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Not married Not married1826
2 years
son
1827
Birth: 1827 36 24 New South Wales, Australia
Death:
3 years
son
18291885
Birth: about 1829 38 26
Death: 1885Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
4 years
son
18321903
Birth: about 1832 41 29
Death: 1903Paddington, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
son
1834
Birth: 1834 43 31 New South Wales, Australia
Death:
4 years
son
18371838
Birth: 1837 46 34 New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1838New South Wales, Australia
Family with Philip Thorowgood
husband
17931855
Birth: about 1793
Death: 1855New South Wales, Australia
herself
18031871
Birth: 1803 31 33
Death: February 12, 1871Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage Marriageabout 1839
5 years
son
1 year
daughter
18431910
Birth: 1843 50 40 New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1910
4 years
son
18461894
Birth: about 1846 53 43
Death: 1894Waterloo, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
6 years
son
18511907
Birth: about 1851 58 48
Death: 1907Granville, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Religious marriage
Text:

V18202549 3A/1820 DEAN THOMAS HOWELL HANNAH CC
(Windsor, St Matthews Church of England)

Citation details: Sydney Gazette Wed 29 Nov 1826 p. 3
Text:

WINDSOR.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16. - ...
Hannah Deane was brought before the Court, accused by her husband, Thomas Deane, a man whose appearance bespoke anxiety, and who, in a languid tone, set forth his complaint; that he had married Hannah and thereby given unto her the name of Deane, now about five years since; that they had always lived happily together, until within a few months ago; that he had ever endeavoured to accommodate a mutual good understanding, and of she thought proper to take a fat pig to Sydney and sell it, thither she might go and perform their mutual desires; that he never said wrong she did; that she had, however, abandoned her home, and had taken with her a lovely babe, which had since been drowned, by carelessness of its nurse; that she had become the companion of another person; that she refused to return home; that he would forgive all her faults, and never one upbraid her with the past, and very impressively concluded with "and there she is, and she cannot say but I always used her well". The prisoner now addressed the Court. "He never beat me, I own; But I left him. he was poor, and could not support me; he had no tea and sugar". Benjamin Longstreets was called, who proved that the complainant always provided a sufficient supply of pork; had wheat in his house; and was never without good corn. "Ah! but tea and sugar!" Longstreets continued, "He had tea and sugar, and they always lived happily together". The prisoner then said, in undisguised terms, that Longstreets procured the tea and sugar, and that Deane knew how he (Longstreets) was requited. Patiently admonished and ordered to return home, and forsake her dissolute way; "I beg to be excused, I cannot." - Sentence, 2 months to the Factory, 3d class.

Census
Text:

Bean, Ann, born in the colony, wife of T. Dean, Parramatta
Dean, Thomas, ticket of leave, Admiral Gambier, 7 years, employed by J, Pye at Parramatta

Census
Text:

Dean, Ann, born in the colony, wife of T. Dean, Parramatta
Dean, Thomas, ticket of leave, Admiral Gambier, 7 years, employed by J, Pye at Parramatta

Not married
Text:

Hannah Howell took up with Richard Kippax whilst still married to Thomas Dean

Census
Text:

Keppard, Richard, 37, conditional pardon, Indefatigable, 1815, life, Protestant, wheelwright, Windsor
Keppard, Hannah, born in the colony
Keppard, William, born in the colony
Euther, James, 17, born in the colony, Protestant, apprentice to Rd. Keppard of Windsor

Death
Citation details: Sydney Morning Herald Tue 14 Feb 1871 p. 1
Text:

On the 12th instant, at Campbell-street, Mrs Hannah Thorogood, in her 74th year, mother of William, Samuel and Richard Kippax.

Citation details: Sydney Morning Herald Wed 15 Feb 1871 p. 6
Text:

CORONER'S INQUEST.
DEATH FROM DISEASE OF THE HEART. - Yesterday forenoon the City Coroner held, at Gannon's Hotel, King-street, an inquest, touching the cause of death of Mr. Hannah Thoroughgood, then lying at the Infirmary. William Kippax deposed that he was a poulterer, residing at the corner of Campbell and Bourke Streets, Surry Hills; the deceased was his mother; she was seventy-two years of age, a native of the colony, and a widow; she had left a family of seven children; she lived with him; she had enjoyed good health till within the last six months, during which time she showed signs of decay, and about that time ago she was under the care of Dr. Fortescue for what was then imagined to be an attack of asthma; she had been under medical treatment for heart disease; during the last few months she had suffered when walking from shortness of breath; the last time he saw her alive was on Sunday morning last at breakfast, after having which she left for church, and he did not see her again alive; her non-return on Sunday night did not excite any apprehension on his part, as he thought she was at his brother;s where she was occasionally in the habit of stopping. Sarah Davis deposed that she was a married woman, and resided with her husband at 128 Campbell-street, Surry Hills; the deceased came to her place about half past 6 o'clock on Sunday evening last, to the verandah where witness was, and asked her to give her a chair to sit down; she acceded to her request; the deceased sat down, she appeared to be suffering from difficulty of breathing; at her request witness gave her a glass of water, and asked her if she would take anything else, and she said "No"., she asked her to come inside and lie down but she declined; witness then went into the kitchen, leaving her on the verandah, but returned directly; she was then bleeding either from the mouth or nose; she did not speak; she thought she was very ill, and sent for her neighbour (Mrs. McCarthy), who came and said she was dying; she never spoke. Senior Constable Heneberry deposed to having conveyed the deceased in a cab to the Infirmary about half past 6 o'clock on the evening of Sunday last; on arriving at the Infirmary, Dr. Joseph pronounced life extinct. Dr. Joseph deposed that, having made a post-mortem examination of the body of deceased, he was of opinion that death had resulted primarily from disease of the heart, and secondarily from serious apoplexy, accelerated by a loaded state of the stomach. The jury returned a verdict of "Death from disease of the heart".