Anne Faye, 17541843 (aged 89 years)

Name
Anne /Faye/
Given names
Anne
Surname
Faye
Name
Anne /Tollis/
Type of name
married name
Name
Anne /Bellamy/
Type of name
married name
Name
Anne /Foy/
Given names
Anne
Surname
Foy
Name
Anne /Tollis/
Type of name
married name
Name
Anne /Bellamy/
Type of name
married name
Name
Ann /Fay/
Given names
Ann
Surname
Fay
Name
Ann /Tollis/
Type of name
married name
Name
Ann /Bellamy/
Type of name
married name
Birth
about 1754
Immigration
Text:

The ship Marquis Cornwallis arrived in the colony 11 Feb 1796

Citation details: Saunders's News-Letter - Thursday 14 May 1795 p. 2
Text:

"On Tuesday last some of Mr. Justice Graham's bailiffs apprehended in Roche's-lane, Marlborough-street, Catherine Byrne and Ann Foy, charged with having committed a burglary and felony same morning in the house of Mrs. McManus of St. Dolough's; a vast quantity of linen and other articles were found in their custody, part of the booty of the day."

Text:

Ann Fay
Alias: Foy
Age on arrival: 42
Born: 1754
Tried: 1795 Kilmainham QS Dublin Co
Sentence: 7
Ship: Marquis Cornwallis (1796)
Spouse: lived (1) 1796 with Stephen Tollis or Lollis m (2) 1797 St Johns Parramatta William Bellamy
Died: 1843 Pennant Hills?
Convict indents: Various
Hall - A Desperate Set of Villains: pp. 103-105

Marriage
1796 (aged 42 years)
Text:

Common law. Ann lived with Stephen Tolls or Lollis in about 1796.

Religious marriage
Citation details: Year 1797 p. 13 No. 50
Text:

William Belmey [sic] of the parish of Parramatta and Ann Fay [sic] were married in this church by Banns this tenth day of Jul by me Samuel Marsden
William and Ann both signed the register with their X marks
In the presence of William Civil and Sarah Brusell who both made their X marks

Property
Text:

Bellamy, William 56 free by servitude, Active, 1793, 7 years, Protestant, settler, Castle Hill, 200 acres 60 cleared 50 cultivated 9 horses
Bellamy, Ann 74, free by servitude, Cornwallis 1797 7 years, Protestant

Lease of property
Text:

In 1840, when William was 68 and Ann 86, they drew up a legal document of lease for their 100 acre 'Bellamy Farm' in West Pennant Hills to their elder son James. He was to pay them £78 a year during their lifetimes. After their deaths he was to become the owner of the land and all its buildings and orchards.

Death
Burial
Citation details: p. 97
Text:

Buried at St Patrick's:
Sacred
to the memory of
ANN BELLAMY
who departed this life
2.d January 1843
aged 100 years

Family with Stephen Tollis
husband
herself
17541843
Birth: about 1754
Death: January 2, 1843Pennant Hills, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage Marriage1796
14 months
son
17971797
Birth: February 18, 1797 43 Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1797Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Family with William Bellamy
husband
17721850
Birth: about 1772
Death: November 14, 1850Pennant Hills, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
herself
17541843
Birth: about 1754
Death: January 2, 1843Pennant Hills, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Religious marriage Religious marriageJuly 10, 1797Parramatta, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
10 months
son
Bellamy, James Zadoc (1798-1875)
17981875
Birth: May 9, 1798 26 44 Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: March 6, 1875Pennant Hills, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
daughter
18001872
Birth: October 8, 1800 28 46 Parramatta, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1872
3 years
son
18031873
Birth: March 15, 1803 31 49 Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: September 25, 1873Castle Hill, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
4 years
daughter
18071811
Birth: July 30, 1807 35 53
Death: June 1811Parramatta, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Birth
Immigration
Text:

The ship Marquis Cornwallis arrived in the colony 11 Feb 1796

Citation details: Saunders's News-Letter - Thursday 14 May 1795 p. 2
Text:

"On Tuesday last some of Mr. Justice Graham's bailiffs apprehended in Roche's-lane, Marlborough-street, Catherine Byrne and Ann Foy, charged with having committed a burglary and felony same morning in the house of Mrs. McManus of St. Dolough's; a vast quantity of linen and other articles were found in their custody, part of the booty of the day."

Text:

Ann Fay
Alias: Foy
Age on arrival: 42
Born: 1754
Tried: 1795 Kilmainham QS Dublin Co
Sentence: 7
Ship: Marquis Cornwallis (1796)
Spouse: lived (1) 1796 with Stephen Tollis or Lollis m (2) 1797 St Johns Parramatta William Bellamy
Died: 1843 Pennant Hills?
Convict indents: Various
Hall - A Desperate Set of Villains: pp. 103-105

Marriage
Text:

Common law. Ann lived with Stephen Tolls or Lollis in about 1796.

Religious marriage
Citation details: Year 1797 p. 13 No. 50
Text:

William Belmey [sic] of the parish of Parramatta and Ann Fay [sic] were married in this church by Banns this tenth day of Jul by me Samuel Marsden
William and Ann both signed the register with their X marks
In the presence of William Civil and Sarah Brusell who both made their X marks

Property
Text:

Bellamy, William 56 free by servitude, Active, 1793, 7 years, Protestant, settler, Castle Hill, 200 acres 60 cleared 50 cultivated 9 horses
Bellamy, Ann 74, free by servitude, Cornwallis 1797 7 years, Protestant

Lease of property
Text:

In 1840, when William was 68 and Ann 86, they drew up a legal document of lease for their 100 acre 'Bellamy Farm' in West Pennant Hills to their elder son James. He was to pay them £78 a year during their lifetimes. After their deaths he was to become the owner of the land and all its buildings and orchards.

Death
Burial
Citation details: p. 97
Text:

Buried at St Patrick's:
Sacred
to the memory of
ANN BELLAMY
who departed this life
2.d January 1843
aged 100 years