Edmund Lockyer, 17841860 (aged 76 years)

Name
Edmund /Lockyer/
Given names
Edmund
Surname
Lockyer
Birth
Baptism
Text: Name: Edmund Lockyer
Event Type: Baptism
Event Date: 1784
Event Place: Devon
Source Reference: 358/5
Digital Folder Number: 004634292 ,
Marriage
Marriage
Immigration
Text: Edmund Lockyer (b. 1784) arrived in Sydney in the Royal Charlotte in April 1825 with a detachment of the 57th; with him were his wife and ten children.
Citation details: Sydney Gazette Thu 5 May 1825 p. 2
Text: Shipping Intelligence.
On Friday last arrived from England, with 136
male prisoners, and stores for Government, the
ship Royal Charlotte, Captain Corbyn. She sailed
from London on the 12th of November, and Portsmouth
on the 5th January, touching at Teneriffe.
Major Lockyer and 34 men of the 57th Regt, compose
the guard. Major Lockyer is accompanied by
his lady, and family of ten children. Passengers,
Mr. and Mrs. Bates and family, of the Excise.
Surgeon Superintendent. Dr. Fairfowl, R. N.
Census
Text: Lockyer, Edmund (Major), came free, R, Charlotte, 1825, Protestant, landholder, Ermington, Field of Mars
Lockyer, Mrs., 38, came free, R. Charlotte, 1825
Lockyer, Sarah, 16, came free, R. Charlotte, 1825
Lockyer, Helen, 13, came free, R. Charlotte, 1825
Lockyer, Fanny, 12, came free, R. Charlotte, 1825
Lockyer, Emily, 9, came free, R. Charlotte, 1825
Lockyer, Charles, 6, came free, R. Charlotte, 1825
Lockyer, Frederick, 5, came free, R. Charlotte, 1825
Lockyer, Hugh H.R, came free, R. Charlotte, 1825
Lockyer, Louisa, 2, born in the colony
Marriage
Text: On 18 November 1854 he married Eliza Colston (Coulson).
Citation details: Sydney Morning Herald 20 Nov 1854 p. 5
Text: On the 18th instant, by special license, at St. James's Church, by the Reverend J. W. Priddle, Major Lockyer, late of her Majesty's 57th Regiment, and Serjeant-at-Arms to the Legislative Council of New South Wales, to Eliza, only daughter of James Forsaith Colston, Esq., of Edinburgh.
Death
Text: He died at his home, York House, Woolloomooloo on 10 June 1860 and was buried in the Camperdown cemetery.
He was survived by his widow, a son of his first marriage, nine children of his second and three of his third. His son, Nicholas (1855-1933), became a leading New South Wales and Commonwealth public servant.
Family with Dorothea Agatha de Ly
himself
17841860
Birth: January 21, 1784Plymouth, Devon, England, United Kingdom
Death: June 10, 1860Woolloomooloo, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
wife
17901816
Birth: January 21, 1790
Death: September 13, 1816Galle, Ceylon
Marriage MarriageAugust 12, 1806Galle, Ceylon
2 years
son
18081886
Birth: about 1808 23 17
Death: 1886Mandurama, Central Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
Family with Sarah Morris
himself
17841860
Birth: January 21, 1784Plymouth, Devon, England, United Kingdom
Death: June 10, 1860Woolloomooloo, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
wife
Marriage MarriageOctober 6, 1816
-7 years
son
18091872
Birth: 1809 24 24
Death: June 28, 1872Queensland, Australia
2 years
daughter
18101833
Birth: 1810 25 25
Death: October 1833the high seas
3 years
daughter
18121867
Birth: about 1812 27 27
Death: 1867Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
daughter
18131886
Birth: about 1813 28 28
Death: 1886East Maitland, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
4 years
daughter
18161817
Birth: 1816 31 31
Death: September 16, 1817Kedgeree, Bengal, India
2 years
daughter
18171888
Birth: 1817 32 32
Death: 1888Carcoar, Central Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
daughter
18191906
Birth: about 1819 34 34
Death: 1906Tumut, South West Slopes, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
son
18211898
Birth: about 1821 36 36
Death: 1898Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
son
18221904
Birth: about 1822 37 37
Death: 1904Goulburn, Southern Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
son
18241908
Birth: about 1824 39 39
Death: 1908Orange, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
daughter
18261911
Birth: August 13, 1826 42 41 Parramatta, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1911Dungog, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
Family with Eliza Colston
himself
17841860
Birth: January 21, 1784Plymouth, Devon, England, United Kingdom
Death: June 10, 1860Woolloomooloo, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
wife
18351884
Birth: about 1835Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, United Kingdom
Death: 1884Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage MarriageNovember 18, 1854
-3 years
son
18511933
Birth: 1851 66 16 Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1933Toorak, Victoria, Australia
7 years
daughter
18571909
Birth: 1857 72 22 Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1909Ryde, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
daughter
18591946
Birth: 1859 74 24 Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1946Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Birth
Text: Son of Thomas Lockyer, sailmaker, and his wife Ann, née Grose.
Baptism
Text: Name: Edmund Lockyer
Event Type: Baptism
Event Date: 1784
Event Place: Devon
Source Reference: 358/5
Digital Folder Number: 004634292 ,
Marriage
Marriage
Immigration
Text: Edmund Lockyer (b. 1784) arrived in Sydney in the Royal Charlotte in April 1825 with a detachment of the 57th; with him were his wife and ten children.
Citation details: Sydney Gazette Thu 5 May 1825 p. 2
Text: Shipping Intelligence.
On Friday last arrived from England, with 136
male prisoners, and stores for Government, the
ship Royal Charlotte, Captain Corbyn. She sailed
from London on the 12th of November, and Portsmouth
on the 5th January, touching at Teneriffe.
Major Lockyer and 34 men of the 57th Regt, compose
the guard. Major Lockyer is accompanied by
his lady, and family of ten children. Passengers,
Mr. and Mrs. Bates and family, of the Excise.
Surgeon Superintendent. Dr. Fairfowl, R. N.
Census
Text: Lockyer, Edmund (Major), came free, R, Charlotte, 1825, Protestant, landholder, Ermington, Field of Mars
Lockyer, Mrs., 38, came free, R. Charlotte, 1825
Lockyer, Sarah, 16, came free, R. Charlotte, 1825
Lockyer, Helen, 13, came free, R. Charlotte, 1825
Lockyer, Fanny, 12, came free, R. Charlotte, 1825
Lockyer, Emily, 9, came free, R. Charlotte, 1825
Lockyer, Charles, 6, came free, R. Charlotte, 1825
Lockyer, Frederick, 5, came free, R. Charlotte, 1825
Lockyer, Hugh H.R, came free, R. Charlotte, 1825
Lockyer, Louisa, 2, born in the colony
Marriage
Text: On 18 November 1854 he married Eliza Colston (Coulson).
Citation details: Sydney Morning Herald 20 Nov 1854 p. 5
Text: On the 18th instant, by special license, at St. James's Church, by the Reverend J. W. Priddle, Major Lockyer, late of her Majesty's 57th Regiment, and Serjeant-at-Arms to the Legislative Council of New South Wales, to Eliza, only daughter of James Forsaith Colston, Esq., of Edinburgh.
Death
Text: He died at his home, York House, Woolloomooloo on 10 June 1860 and was buried in the Camperdown cemetery.
He was survived by his widow, a son of his first marriage, nine children of his second and three of his third. His son, Nicholas (1855-1933), became a leading New South Wales and Commonwealth public servant.