Isabella Lydia Augusta Phillips, 18221848 (aged 26 years)

Name
Isabella Lydia Augusta Phillips
Given names
Isabella Lydia Augusta
Surname
Phillips
Birth 1822 42 32
Immigration May 20, 1822 (aged 0)
Citation details:

Sydney gazette Fri 24 May 1822 p. 2

Text:

On Monday arrived from England, and last from Hobart Town, the ship Mary Ann, Captain Waring ton. She left Portsmouth the 25th of December, with female prisoners, 40 of whom were landed at Hobart Town, and the residue 62, with 12 children, were brought hither, in perfect health. She only touched at Rio on her way to these Colonies. Passengers, Mr As- sistant Surgeon Moran ; and Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, and five children ; together with twelve steerage pas sengers, and twenty-four children.

Birth of a brotherAlfred William Phillips
March 27, 1824 (aged 2 years)
Text:

Name Alfred William Phillips Gender Male Christening Date 13 Sep 1826 Christening Place CHRIST CHURCH, NEWCASTLE, NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA Birth Date 27 Mar 1824 Father's Name James Phillips Mother's Name Lydia

Christening of a brotherAlfred William Phillips
September 13, 1826 (aged 4 years)
Text:

Name Alfred William Phillips Gender Male Christening Date 13 Sep 1826 Christening Place CHRIST CHURCH, NEWCASTLE, NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA Birth Date 27 Mar 1824 Father's Name James Phillips Mother's Name Lydia

Birth of a brotherSamuel James Phillips
about 1826 (aged 4 years)

Christening of a brotherSamuel James Phillips
November 29, 1826 (aged 4 years)
Text:

Name Samuel James Phillips Gender Male Christening Date 03 Dec 1826 Christening Place CHRIST CHURCH, NEWCASTLE, NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA Birth Date 29 Nov 1826 Father's Name James Phillips Mother's Name Lydia

Census November 1828 (aged 6 years)
Citation details:

p. 301

Text:

Phillips, James, 48, came free, 1822, Protestant, Bona Vista, Durham Phillips, Lydia, 38, came free, 1822 Phillips, Henry, 19, came free, 1822 Phillips, Jane, 17, came free, 1822 Phillips, William Thomas, 15, came free, 1822 Phillips, Frank Henry F,., 11, came free, 1822 Phillips, Isabella Lydia A., 7, came free, 1822 Phillips, Alfred William, 4, born in the colony Phillips, Samuel James, 2, born in the colony Phillips, infant boy, 3d, born in the colony

Birth of a brotherCharles John Phillips
1828 (aged 6 years)

Christening of a brotherCharles John Phillips
January 1, 1829 (aged 7 years)
Text:

Name Charles John Phillips Gender Male Christening Date 01 Jan 1829 Christening Place CHRIST CHURCH NEWCASTLE, NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA Birth Date 12 Nov 1828 Father's Name James Phillips Mother's Name Lydia

Birth of a sisterLydia Frances Phillips
1830 (aged 8 years)

Birth of a brotherEdward Augustus Phillips
November 14, 1833 (aged 11 years)
Citation details:

Sydney Herald Mon 2 Dec 1833 p. 4

Text:

BIRTH.—On the 14th instant, the Lady of James Phillips, Esq., of Bona Vista, Hunters River, of a son.

MarriageDavid SloaneView this family
September 15, 1840 (aged 18 years)
Citation details:

Sydney Monitor Sat 26 Sep 1840 p. 3

Text:

MARRIED. By special license, on Tuesday, the 15th of September, at her father's residence, Bona Vista, by the Rev. Jennings Smith, A. M., Isabella Lydia Augusta, second daughter of James Phillips, Esq., to David Sloane, Esq., Surgeon, of West Maitland.

Death of a brotherSamuel James Phillips
February 11, 1843 (aged 21 years)
Citation details:

Sydney Morning Herald Tue 21 Feb 1843 p. 3

Text:

DEATH. At the residence of his Father, Bona Lista, Paterson, on Thursday, 11th instant, Samuel James Phillips, in his sixteenth year.

Death February 4, 1848 (aged 26 years)
Citation details:

Maitland Mercury Wed 9 Feb 1848 p. 3

Text:

At Newcastle, on the 4th Feb., after a severe illness, Isabella, wife of Dr. Sloan, of West Mailtand, deeply lamented.

Family with parents
father
17801851
Birth: about 1780
Death: March 29, 1851Paterson, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
mother
17901864
Birth: about 1790
Death: November 24, 1864Paterson, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage
Marriage:
elder brother
1809
Birth: about 1809 29 19
Death:
3 years
elder sister
18111856
Birth: about 1811 31 21
Death: January 3, 1856Morpeth, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
elder brother
18131864
Birth: about 1813 33 23
Death: 1864Mudgee, Central Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
8 years
elder brother
18201854
Birth: about 1820 40 30
Death: December 18, 1854Maitland, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
herself
18221848
Birth: 1822 42 32the high seas
Death: February 4, 1848Newcastle, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
younger brother
18241902
Birth: March 27, 1824 44 34New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1902Moree, North West Slopes and Plains, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
younger brother
18261843
Birth: about 1826 46 36
Death: February 11, 1843Hunter River, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
younger brother
1828
Birth: 1828 48 38
Death:
3 years
younger sister
18301878
Birth: 1830 50 40
Death: 1878Paddington, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
4 years
younger brother
18331904
Birth: November 14, 1833 53 43Hunter River, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1904Young, South West Slopes, New South Wales, Australia
Family with David Sloane
husband
herself
18221848
Birth: 1822 42 32the high seas
Death: February 4, 1848Newcastle, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage
Marriage: September 15, 1840New South Wales, Australia
ImmigrationNational Library of Australia. Trove: one search...a wealth of information. [database on-line].
Citation details:

Sydney gazette Fri 24 May 1822 p. 2

Text:

On Monday arrived from England, and last from Hobart Town, the ship Mary Ann, Captain Waring ton. She left Portsmouth the 25th of December, with female prisoners, 40 of whom were landed at Hobart Town, and the residue 62, with 12 children, were brought hither, in perfect health. She only touched at Rio on her way to these Colonies. Passengers, Mr As- sistant Surgeon Moran ; and Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, and five children ; together with twelve steerage pas sengers, and twenty-four children.

CensusCensus of New South Wales November 1828, ed. by Malcolm R. Sainty and Keith A. Johnson. Sydney: Library of Australian History, 1985 ie. 1980
Citation details:

p. 301

Text:

Phillips, James, 48, came free, 1822, Protestant, Bona Vista, Durham Phillips, Lydia, 38, came free, 1822 Phillips, Henry, 19, came free, 1822 Phillips, Jane, 17, came free, 1822 Phillips, William Thomas, 15, came free, 1822 Phillips, Frank Henry F,., 11, came free, 1822 Phillips, Isabella Lydia A., 7, came free, 1822 Phillips, Alfred William, 4, born in the colony Phillips, Samuel James, 2, born in the colony Phillips, infant boy, 3d, born in the colony

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

Sydney Monitor Sat 26 Sep 1840 p. 3

Text:

MARRIED. By special license, on Tuesday, the 15th of September, at her father's residence, Bona Vista, by the Rev. Jennings Smith, A. M., Isabella Lydia Augusta, second daughter of James Phillips, Esq., to David Sloane, Esq., Surgeon, of West Maitland.

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

Maitland Mercury Wed 9 Feb 1848 p. 3

Text:

At Newcastle, on the 4th Feb., after a severe illness, Isabella, wife of Dr. Sloan, of West Mailtand, deeply lamented.