Rose Bean, 17861831 (aged 45 years)

Name
Rose /Bean/
Given names
Rose
Surname
Bean
Name
Rose /Dunn/
Type of name
married name
Birth
Christening
Text:

Name Rose Bean
Gender Female
Christening Date 13 Feb 1786
Christening Place St. James', Westminster, Middlesex, England
Father's Name Jas Thos Jno
Mother's Name Betty

Immigration
Robbery
Citation details: Sydney Gazette Saturday 5 Mar 1803 p. 3
Text:

In 1803 the Bean and Bradley family (neighbours) had their farmhouses invaded by escaped convicts. They discharged a pistol in the face of Mrs Bradley's servant man, causing ghastly disfigurement, and raped some of the women, including Rose Bean. The Sydney Gazette reported:-
On Tuesday, the 15th ultimo, Fifteen Labouring Men fled from the Agricultural Settlement as Castle Hill, after having committed many acts of violence and atrocity. They at first forcibly entered the dwelling-house of M. DECLAMB, which they ransacked, and stripped of many articles of plate, wearing apparel, some fire and fire arms, provisions, spiritous and vinous liquors, a quantity of which they drank or wasted in the house. They next proceeded to the farm houses of Bradley and Bean, at Baulkham Hills. Mrs Bradley's servant man they wantonly and inhumanely discharged a pistol at, the contents of which have so shattered his face as to render him a ghastly spectacle, in all probability, during the remainder of his life. In Mrs Bean's house they gave aloose to sensuality, equally brutal and unmanly. Resistance was of no avail, for their rapacity was unbridled. Numerous other delinquencies were perpetrated by this licentious banditti, whose ravages, however, could not long escape the certain tread of Justice.
Two of the depredators were taken into custody upon the second day after their flight near the Hawkesbury road, by Mr. JAMIESON, junior, assisted by A. Thomson, Chief Constable at Hawkesbury, and a party of the Military, who had been dispatched in pursuit of them. Upon these men were found several articles of property that had been taken from the dwelling-house of Mr. Declamb; as were also two muskets. On the day following they underwent an Examination before a Magistrate, by whom they were fully committed, and sent to Sydney under an escort.
On the 23rd untimo, Eleven more of the desperados were secured, by a party of the Military and Constables, between Hawkesbury and the Mountains. Information had been given of their haunt by a body of natives, shortly after they had broke into the house of a settler, where they had stopped to grind a quantity of wheat at a steel mill, having previously secured the family, and afterwards stripped the house of all such provision as they could conveniently carry off, together with two stands of arms. They were also taken before a magistrate, fully committed, and brought to Sydney under a sufficient guard.
Justice to the Prisoners at large in the Colony requires that we should here observe that this banditti is entirely composed of Irish prisoners, brought by the Hercules and Atlas.

Religious marriage
Address: St Johns
Citation details: 1804 p. 42 no. 157
Text:

Thomas Dun [sic] of the parish of St John and Rose Bean of ditto were married in this church by banns this tenth day of October in the year one thousand eight hundred and four by me Samuel Marsden
Thomas Dunn and Rose Bean both signed the register
in the presence of Thomas Taber who also signed the register and Elizabeth Bean who made her X mark in the register

Census
Text:

Dunn, Thomas, 56, free by servitude, Hillsborough, 1799, 7 years, Catholic, pensioner, Cumberland Street Sydney (annotated 'died April 1832')
Dunn, Rose, 42, came free, Buffalo, 1799. Protestant (annotated 'died November 1831')
Dunn, Richard, 10 born in the colony
Dunn, Rosetta 6 born in the colony

Death
Text:

Name: Rose Dunn
Death Date: 1831
Death Place: New South Wales
Registration Year: 1831
Registration Place: Sydney, New South Wales
Volume Number: V18319833 2C

Family with parents
father
17521839
Birth: about 1752 40 35 North Hayling, Hampshire, England, United Kingdom
Death: April 19, 1839Parramatta, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
mother
17541818
Birth: about 1754 England, United Kingdom
Death: October 2, 1818Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage MarriageFebruary 6, 1780Westminster, London, England, United Kingdom
3 years
elder sister
17821878
Birth: December 31, 1782 30 28 London, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom
Death: September 20, 1878Parramatta, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
16 months
elder brother
17841788
Birth: May 5, 1784 32 30 London, England, United Kingdom
Death: before 1788England, United Kingdom
21 months
herself
17861831
Birth: January 22, 1786 34 32 London, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom
Death: November 1831New South Wales, Australia
2 years
younger brother
17881859
Birth: April 20, 1788 36 34 London, England, United Kingdom
Death: May 29, 1859Gunning, Southern Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
younger sister
17901854
Birth: about 1790 38 36 England, United Kingdom
Death: March 12, 1854Baulkham Hills, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
younger brother
17921834
Birth: September 8, 1792 40 38
Death: October 24, 1834Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
20 months
brother
1794
Christening: May 2, 1794 42 40 St James Church, Piccadilly, London, England, United Kingdom
Death:
20 months
sister
1795
Christening: December 13, 1795 43 41 St James Church, Piccadilly, London, England, United Kingdom
Death:
Family with Thomas Dunn
husband
17791832
Birth: about 1779
Death: April 6, 1832Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
herself
17861831
Birth: January 22, 1786 34 32 London, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom
Death: November 1831New South Wales, Australia
Religious marriage Religious marriageOctober 10, 1804Parramatta, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
-1 months
daughter
18041885
Birth: July 29, 1804 25 18 Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: September 14, 1885Glebe, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
daughter
18061867
Birth: 1806 27 19 Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: September 13, 1867Smithfield, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
4 years
daughter
18091840
Birth: October 5, 1809 30 23 Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1840Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
daughter
18111885
Birth: 1811 32 24 Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1885Waterloo, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
son
18131867
Birth: August 31, 1813 34 27 Wilberforce, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
Death: March 24, 1867Glebe, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
son
1815
Birth: October 15, 1815 36 29 Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death:
3 years
son
18181859
Birth: May 31, 1818 39 32 Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1859Raymond Terrace, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
daughter
18211899
Birth: May 7, 1821 42 35 Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: February 1, 1899Quaama, South Coast and Illawarra, New South Wales, Australia
Christening
Text:

Name Rose Bean
Gender Female
Christening Date 13 Feb 1786
Christening Place St. James', Westminster, Middlesex, England
Father's Name Jas Thos Jno
Mother's Name Betty

Immigration
Text:

Came free aboard the ship Buffalo

Robbery
Citation details: Sydney Gazette Saturday 5 Mar 1803 p. 3
Text:

In 1803 the Bean and Bradley family (neighbours) had their farmhouses invaded by escaped convicts. They discharged a pistol in the face of Mrs Bradley's servant man, causing ghastly disfigurement, and raped some of the women, including Rose Bean. The Sydney Gazette reported:-
On Tuesday, the 15th ultimo, Fifteen Labouring Men fled from the Agricultural Settlement as Castle Hill, after having committed many acts of violence and atrocity. They at first forcibly entered the dwelling-house of M. DECLAMB, which they ransacked, and stripped of many articles of plate, wearing apparel, some fire and fire arms, provisions, spiritous and vinous liquors, a quantity of which they drank or wasted in the house. They next proceeded to the farm houses of Bradley and Bean, at Baulkham Hills. Mrs Bradley's servant man they wantonly and inhumanely discharged a pistol at, the contents of which have so shattered his face as to render him a ghastly spectacle, in all probability, during the remainder of his life. In Mrs Bean's house they gave aloose to sensuality, equally brutal and unmanly. Resistance was of no avail, for their rapacity was unbridled. Numerous other delinquencies were perpetrated by this licentious banditti, whose ravages, however, could not long escape the certain tread of Justice.
Two of the depredators were taken into custody upon the second day after their flight near the Hawkesbury road, by Mr. JAMIESON, junior, assisted by A. Thomson, Chief Constable at Hawkesbury, and a party of the Military, who had been dispatched in pursuit of them. Upon these men were found several articles of property that had been taken from the dwelling-house of Mr. Declamb; as were also two muskets. On the day following they underwent an Examination before a Magistrate, by whom they were fully committed, and sent to Sydney under an escort.
On the 23rd untimo, Eleven more of the desperados were secured, by a party of the Military and Constables, between Hawkesbury and the Mountains. Information had been given of their haunt by a body of natives, shortly after they had broke into the house of a settler, where they had stopped to grind a quantity of wheat at a steel mill, having previously secured the family, and afterwards stripped the house of all such provision as they could conveniently carry off, together with two stands of arms. They were also taken before a magistrate, fully committed, and brought to Sydney under a sufficient guard.
Justice to the Prisoners at large in the Colony requires that we should here observe that this banditti is entirely composed of Irish prisoners, brought by the Hercules and Atlas.

Religious marriage
Citation details: 1804 p. 42 no. 157
Text:

Thomas Dun [sic] of the parish of St John and Rose Bean of ditto were married in this church by banns this tenth day of October in the year one thousand eight hundred and four by me Samuel Marsden
Thomas Dunn and Rose Bean both signed the register
in the presence of Thomas Taber who also signed the register and Elizabeth Bean who made her X mark in the register

Census
Text:

Dunn, Thomas, 56, free by servitude, Hillsborough, 1799, 7 years, Catholic, pensioner, Cumberland Street Sydney (annotated 'died April 1832')
Dunn, Rose, 42, came free, Buffalo, 1799. Protestant (annotated 'died November 1831')
Dunn, Richard, 10 born in the colony
Dunn, Rosetta 6 born in the colony

Death
Text:

Name: Rose Dunn
Death Date: 1831
Death Place: New South Wales
Registration Year: 1831
Registration Place: Sydney, New South Wales
Volume Number: V18319833 2C

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