John Swan, 17681833 (aged 65 years)

Name
John /Swan/
Given names
John
Surname
Swan
Birth about 1768

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age given as 60 in 1828

Immigration May 7, 1804 (aged 36 years)
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John Swan, one of 338 convicts transported on the Coromandel and Experiment, November 1803 Crime: Larceny Convicted at: Kent Assizes Sentence term: Life Ship: Coromandel and Experiment Departure date: November, 1803 Arrival date: 7th May, 1804 Place of arrival New South Wales Passenger manifest Travelled with 337 other convicts

MarriageSarah View this family

MarriageMary LowrieView this family
1818 (aged 50 years)
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Name: Mary Lowry Spouse Name: John Swann Marriage Date: 1818 Marriage Place: New South Wales Registration Place: Hoxham, Newcastle, New South Wales Registration Year: 1818 Volume Number: V A

MarriageMargaret McKennellView this family
about 1823 (aged 55 years)

Census about 1825 (aged 57 years)
Citation details:

New South Wales General muster M-Z 1825

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Swan, John, conditional pardon, Coromandel, 1804, life, landholder, Newcastle Swan, John, 14, born in the colony, son of above Swan, Mary, 12, born in the colony, daughter of above Swan, Sarah, 10, born in the colony, daughter of above Swan, Jane, 8, born in the colony, daughter of above McKennell, Margaret, convict, Broxbornbury, 1813, wife of J. Swan, Newcastle..drowned...[they've confused Margaret with Mary Lowrie..ed.]

Census November 1828 (aged 60 years)
Citation details:

p. 360

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Swan, John, 60, conditional pardon, Coromandel 2, 1804, life, Protestant, Lemon Grove, Patersons Plains Swan, Margaret, 48, free by servitude, Broxbornebury, 1814, Protestant Swan, John (Jun), 17, born in the colony Swan, Sarah, 13, born in the colony Swan, Jane, 10, born in the colony

Death April 10, 1833 (aged 65 years)
Citation details:

Sydney herald Thu 25 Apr 1833 p. 4

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On the 10th instant, at his residence, Lemon Grove, Patterson's Plains, Mr. John Swan, aged 64 years—twenty-one years an old established settler on the Patterson's River, he having left a wife and four children to deplore his loss, as well as his surrounding numerous friends and neighbours. In him was always found an affec- tionate husband, a tender and kind parent, and an hospitable benefactor to those who stood in need of his assistance.

Family with Sarah
himself
17681833
Birth: about 1768
Death: April 10, 1833Patersons Plains, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
wife
Marriage
Marriage:
son
17921870
Birth: about 1792 24England, United Kingdom
Death: 1870Morpeth, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
Family with Mary Lowrie
himself
17681833
Birth: about 1768
Death: April 10, 1833Patersons Plains, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
wife
1821
Birth:
Death: January 17, 1821Hunter River, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage
Marriage: 1818Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
-6 years
son
1811
Birth: 1811 43New South Wales, Australia
Death:
3 years
daughter
18131854
Birth: about 1813 45New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1854New South Wales, Australia
3 years
daughter
1815
Birth: 1815 47New South Wales, Australia
Death:
4 years
daughter
1818
Birth: 1818 50New South Wales, Australia
Death:
12 months
son
18181821
Birth: 1818 50New South Wales, Australia
Death: January 17, 1821Hunter River, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
Family with Margaret McKennell
himself
17681833
Birth: about 1768
Death: April 10, 1833Patersons Plains, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
wife
17771846
Birth: about 1777
Death: February 15, 1846
Marriage
Marriage: about 1823
Richard Henry Templeton + Margaret McKennell
partner’s partner
17821837
Birth: about 1782
Death: March 3, 1837Paterson, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
wife
17771846
Birth: about 1777
Death: February 15, 1846
Marriage
Marriage: 1836Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
BirthCensus of New South Wales November 1828, ed. by Malcolm R. Sainty and Keith A. Johnson. Sydney: Library of Australian History, 1985 ie. 1980
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age given as 60 in 1828

ImmigrationThomas, Steve. Convict Records. [database online].
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John Swan, one of 338 convicts transported on the Coromandel and Experiment, November 1803 Crime: Larceny Convicted at: Kent Assizes Sentence term: Life Ship: Coromandel and Experiment Departure date: November, 1803 Arrival date: 7th May, 1804 Place of arrival New South Wales Passenger manifest Travelled with 337 other convicts

MarriageAncestry.com. Australia Marriage Index, 1788-1950 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.
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Name: Mary Lowry Spouse Name: John Swann Marriage Date: 1818 Marriage Place: New South Wales Registration Place: Hoxham, Newcastle, New South Wales Registration Year: 1818 Volume Number: V A

CensusAncestry.com. New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters, 1806-1849 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2007.
Citation details:

New South Wales General muster M-Z 1825

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Swan, John, conditional pardon, Coromandel, 1804, life, landholder, Newcastle Swan, John, 14, born in the colony, son of above Swan, Mary, 12, born in the colony, daughter of above Swan, Sarah, 10, born in the colony, daughter of above Swan, Jane, 8, born in the colony, daughter of above McKennell, Margaret, convict, Broxbornbury, 1813, wife of J. Swan, Newcastle..drowned...[they've confused Margaret with Mary Lowrie..ed.]

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. 360

Text:

Swan, John, 60, conditional pardon, Coromandel 2, 1804, life, Protestant, Lemon Grove, Patersons Plains Swan, Margaret, 48, free by servitude, Broxbornebury, 1814, Protestant Swan, John (Jun), 17, born in the colony Swan, Sarah, 13, born in the colony Swan, Jane, 10, born in the colony

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

Sydney herald Thu 25 Apr 1833 p. 4

Text:

On the 10th instant, at his residence, Lemon Grove, Patterson's Plains, Mr. John Swan, aged 64 years—twenty-one years an old established settler on the Patterson's River, he having left a wife and four children to deplore his loss, as well as his surrounding numerous friends and neighbours. In him was always found an affec- tionate husband, a tender and kind parent, and an hospitable benefactor to those who stood in need of his assistance.