Elizabeth Lee, 17711860 (aged 89 years)

Name
Elizabeth Lee
Given names
Elizabeth
Surname
Lee
Married name
Elizabeth Eather
Married name
Elizabeth Heather
Birth 1771
Immigration 1791 (aged 20 years)
Text:

Elizabeth was transported aboard the convict ship 'Mary Ann' in 1791.

Source: unknown
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Elizabeth LEE age about 17 years was employed by Elizabeth BUCKLEY as either a domestic servant or shop assistant in 1789. On 4 December 1789 Elizabeth LEE was arrested and committed by T H BAILEY for trial on the charge of "having stolen and carried away a grey cloak out of the dwelling house of Elizabeth BUCKLEY of Manchester". The trial was at the Epiphany Quarter Sessions at Manchester 21 January 1790 - "Indictment charges that Elizabeth LEE late of the Parish of Manchester in the said County Singlewoman on the thirtieth day of November in the thirtieth year of the reign of our Lord George the third now King of Great Britain and so forth with force and Arms at the Parish aforesaid in the County aforesaid one Woman's Cloak to the value of six pence of the proper Goods and Chattels of one Elizabeth BUCKLEY then and there being found feloniously did steal and take and carry away against the Peace of our said Lord the King his Crown and Dignity" - sentence 7 years. The trial was reported in the Manchester Mercury newspaper. Elizabeth LEE pleaded guilty to the charge. Elizabeth LEE was returned to the goal in the Lancaster Castle and incarcerated there until February 1791. She was then conveyed from Lancaster to the ship "Mary Ann" at Gravesend on the Thames River. The ship sailed to Portsmouth under the command of Captain MUNRO and departed from there for the voyage to the NSW Colony 23 February 1791. She arrived in Sydney on 7 July 1791. Elizabeth LEE was probably transferred on arrival to Parramatta. Elizabeth LEE completed her sentence in 1797.

MarriageThomas EatherView this family
1791 (aged 20 years)
Birth of a daughter
#1
Ann Eather
April 18, 1793 (aged 22 years)
Text:

Ann Heather daughter of Thomas Heather and Elizabeth born Apr 18 1793 and baptised May 5 1793

Birth of a son
#2
Robert Eather
1795 (aged 24 years)
Text:

Name: Robert L Eader [Robert L Eather] Birth Date: 1795 Birth Place: New South Wales Registration Year: 1795 Registration Place: Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia Father: Thomas Eader Mother: Elizabeth Volume Number: V1795110 148

Birth of a daughter
#3
Charlotte Eather
June 5, 1797 (aged 26 years)
Text:

V1797226 148/1797 EATHER CHARLOTTE THOMAS ELIZH

Citation details:

Vol 01, Baptisms, 1790-1825; Marriages, 1789-1823; Burials, 1790-1825

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Charlotte Eather daughter of Thomas Eather and Elizabeth Lee was born 5 Jun 1797 and christened 7 Aug 1797

Birth of a son
#4
John Eather
October 3, 1804 (aged 33 years)
Citation details:

Vol 01, Baptisms, 1790-1825; Marriages, 1789-1823; Burials, 1790-1825; 1805, p. 37

Text:

John Eather son of Thomas and Elizabeth Eather was born 3 Oct 1804 and christened Aug 11 1805 at Hawkesbury Registered Nov 2 1805 by me Samuel Marsden

Charles Eather son of Thomas and Elizabeth Eather was born Oct 1 1805 and christened Aug 11 1805 at Hawkesbury registered 2 Nov 1805 by me Samuel Marsden

Thomas Eather son of Thomas and Elizabeth Eather was born Oct 1 1805 and christened Aug 11 1805 at Hawkesbury registered 2 Nov 1805 by me Samuel Marsden

Birth of a son
#5
Charles Eather
October 1, 1805 (aged 34 years)
Citation details:

Vol 01, Baptisms, 1790-1825; Marriages, 1789-1823; Burials, 1790-1825; 1805, p. 37

Text:

John Eather son of Thomas and Elizabeth Eather was born 3 Oct 1804 and christened Aug 11 1805 at Hawkesbury Registered Nov 2 1805 by me Samuel Marsden

Charles Eather son of Thomas and Elizabeth Eather was born Oct 1 1805 and christened Aug 11 1805 at Hawkesbury registered 2 Nov 1805 by me Samuel Marsden

Thomas Eather son of Thomas and Elizabeth Eather was born Oct 1 1805 and christened Aug 11 1805 at Hawkesbury registered 2 Nov 1805 by me Samuel Marsden

Birth of a son
#6
Thomas Eather
October 1, 1805 (aged 34 years)
Citation details:

Vol 01, Baptisms, 1790-1825; Marriages, 1789-1823; Burials, 1790-1825; 1805, p. 37

Text:

John Eather son of Thomas and Elizabeth Eather was born 3 Oct 1804 and christened Aug 11 1805 at Hawkesbury Registered Nov 2 1805 by me Samuel Marsden

Charles Eather son of Thomas and Elizabeth Eather was born Oct 1 1805 and christened Aug 11 1805 at Hawkesbury registered 2 Nov 1805 by me Samuel Marsden

Thomas Eather son of Thomas and Elizabeth Eather was born Oct 1 1805 and christened Aug 11 1805 at Hawkesbury registered 2 Nov 1805 by me Samuel Marsden

Baptism of a sonCharles Eather
1805 (aged 34 years)
Text:

Name: Charles Eather Gender: Male Birth Place: Hawkesbury Baptism Date: 1 Oct 1805 Baptism Place: St Johns Church, Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia Residence Place: New South Wales, Australia Father: Thomas Eather Mother: Elizabeth Eather FHL Film Number: 1363870

Birth of a daughter
#7
Rachel Eather
1807 (aged 36 years)
Text:

Name: Rachel Ethell [Rachel Eather] Birth Date: 1807 Birth Place: New South Wales Registration Year: 1807 Registration Place: Windsor, New South Wales, Australia Father: Thomas Ethell Mother: Elizabeth Volume Number: V18072928 1A

Marriage of a childJoseph OnusAnn EatherView this family
Type: Common
about 1810 (aged 39 years)

Birth of a son
#8
James Eather
1811 (aged 40 years)
Text:

V18112929 1A/1811 ETHER JAMES THOMAS ELIZABETH

Marriage of a childRobert WilliamsCharlotte EatherView this family
about 1818 (aged 47 years)

Marriage of a childCharles EatherAnn CainView this family
Type: Common
about 1823 (aged 52 years)
Text:

de facto relationship as Ann was already married

Marriage of a childJohn NorrisRachel EatherView this family
1823 (aged 52 years)
Text:

Name: Rachel Esther [Rachel Eather] Spouse Name: John Morris Marriage Date: 1823 Marriage Place: New South Wales Registration Place: Sydney, New South Wales Registration Year: 1823 Volume Number: V

Marriage of a childRobert EatherMary LynchView this family
August 24, 1824 (aged 53 years)
Address: St Matthews
Text:

The wedding of Robert's brother Thomas took place on the same day in the same church. He was leasing 60 acres at Cornwallis at the time of his marriage.

Marriage of a childThomas EatherSarah McAlpinView this family
August 24, 1824 (aged 53 years)
Address: St Matthews
Text:

The wedding of Thomas's brother Robert took place on the same day at the same church.

Death of a husbandThomas Eather
March 22, 1827 (aged 56 years)
Burial of a husbandThomas Eather
March 23, 1827 (aged 56 years)
Cemetery: St Matthews Church of England
Census November 1828 (aged 57 years)
Text:

Ether, Elizth., 55, free by servitude, Mary Ann, 1790, 7 years, Protestant, householder at Windsor Ether, John 23 born in the colony, Protestant

Marriage of a childJames EatherMary Ann HandView this family
March 10, 1835 (aged 64 years)
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V18351447 19/1835 HEATER JAMES HAND MARY CE V1835575 157/1835 HEATHER JAMES HAND MARY CE (Richmond)

Marriage of a childWilliam SharpAnn EatherView this family
1837 (aged 66 years)
Text:

Name: William Sharp Spouse Name: Ann Onus Marriage Date: 1837 Marriage Place: New South Wales Registration Place: Windsor, New South Wales Registration Year: 1837 Volume Number: V

Marriage of a childWilliam James MaloneyCharlotte EatherView this family
1840 (aged 69 years)
Death June 11, 1860 (aged 89 years)
Family with Thomas Eather
husband
17641827
Birth: July 15, 1764Bexley, Kent, England, United Kingdom
Death: March 22, 1827Windsor, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
herself
17711860
Birth: 1771Lancashire, England, United Kingdom
Death: June 11, 1860Central Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage
Marriage: 1791Parramatta, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
daughter
17931865
Birth: April 18, 1793 28 22Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1865Richmond, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
son
Eather, Robert (1795-1881)
17951881
Birth: 1795 30 24Parramatta, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: May 7, 1881Richmond, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
daughter
17971862
Birth: June 5, 1797 32 26Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: November 8, 1862New South Wales, Australia
7 years
son
18041888
Birth: October 3, 1804 40 33New South Wales, Australia
Death: November 5, 1888Richmond, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
12 months
son
18051891
Birth: October 1, 1805 41 34New South Wales, Australia
Death: May 30, 1891
0 months
son
18051886
Birth: October 1, 1805 41 34New South Wales, Australia
Death: November 19, 1886Richmond, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
daughter
18071875
Birth: 1807 42 36Windsor, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
Death: August 3, 1875Orange, Central Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
5 years
son
18111899
Birth: 1811 46 40New South Wales, Australia
Death: May 26, 1899Narrabri, North West Slopes and Plains, New South Wales, Australia
ImmigrationHardy, Bobbie. Early Hawkesbury settlers. Kenthurst: Kangaroo Press, 1985
Text:

Elizabeth was transported aboard the convict ship 'Mary Ann' in 1791.

Immigrationunknown
Text:

Elizabeth LEE age about 17 years was employed by Elizabeth BUCKLEY as either a domestic servant or shop assistant in 1789. On 4 December 1789 Elizabeth LEE was arrested and committed by T H BAILEY for trial on the charge of "having stolen and carried away a grey cloak out of the dwelling house of Elizabeth BUCKLEY of Manchester". The trial was at the Epiphany Quarter Sessions at Manchester 21 January 1790 - "Indictment charges that Elizabeth LEE late of the Parish of Manchester in the said County Singlewoman on the thirtieth day of November in the thirtieth year of the reign of our Lord George the third now King of Great Britain and so forth with force and Arms at the Parish aforesaid in the County aforesaid one Woman's Cloak to the value of six pence of the proper Goods and Chattels of one Elizabeth BUCKLEY then and there being found feloniously did steal and take and carry away against the Peace of our said Lord the King his Crown and Dignity" - sentence 7 years. The trial was reported in the Manchester Mercury newspaper. Elizabeth LEE pleaded guilty to the charge. Elizabeth LEE was returned to the goal in the Lancaster Castle and incarcerated there until February 1791. She was then conveyed from Lancaster to the ship "Mary Ann" at Gravesend on the Thames River. The ship sailed to Portsmouth under the command of Captain MUNRO and departed from there for the voyage to the NSW Colony 23 February 1791. She arrived in Sydney on 7 July 1791. Elizabeth LEE was probably transferred on arrival to Parramatta. Elizabeth LEE completed her sentence in 1797.

MarriageFlynn, Michael. The Second Fleet: Britain's grim convict armada of 1790. Sydney : Library of Australian History, 1993
CensusAncestry.com. 1828 New South Wales, Australia Census (TNA Copy) [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2007.
Text:

Ether, Elizth., 55, free by servitude, Mary Ann, 1790, 7 years, Protestant, householder at Windsor Ether, John 23 born in the colony, Protestant