William Warby, 18011885 (aged 83 years)

Name
William Warby
Given names
William
Surname
Warby
Birth July 31, 1801 34 21
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Vol 01, Baptisms, 1790-1825; Marriages, 1789-1823; Burials, 1790-1825

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William Warby son of John and Sarah Warby was born 31 Jul 1801 and christened 23 Dec 1804

Birth of a sisterElizabeth Warby
September 30, 1802 (aged 1 year)
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Vol 01, Baptisms, 1790-1825; Marriages, 1789-1823; Burials, 1790-1825

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Elizabeth Warby daughter of John and Sarah Warby was born 30 Sep 1802 and christened 23 Dec 1804

Birth of a brotherJohn Warby
November 5, 1803 (aged 2 years)
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Vol 01, Baptisms, 1790-1825; Marriages, 1789-1823; Burials, 1790-1825

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John Warby son of John and Sarah Warby was born 5 Nov 1803 and christened 23 Dec 1804

Death of a brotherEdward Warby
July 27, 1804 (aged 2 years)
Birth of a brotherBenjamin Warby
March 1805 (aged 3 years)
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Liverpool St Luke Composite 19 May 1811 - 07 July 1823

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Benjamin Warby son of John and Mary was born (13?) Mar 1805 and christened 11 Aug 1816

Birth of a sisterSarah Warby
October 10, 1806 (aged 5 years)
Text:

Name: Sarah Warby Birth Date: 1806 Father's name: John Warby Mother's name: Mary Birth Place: New South Wales Registration Year: 1806 Registration Place: Liverpool, New South Wales Volume Number: V18063907 1B

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Liverpool St Luke Composite 19 May 1811 - 07 July 1823

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Sarah Warby daughter of John and Mary was born 10 Oct 1806 and christened 11 Aug 1816

Birth of a sisterJane Agnes Warby
October 10, 1806 (aged 5 years)
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Liverpool St Luke Composite 19 May 1811 - 07 July 1823

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Jane Warby daughter of John and Mary was born 10 Oct 1806 and christened 11 Aug 1816

Birth of a brotherCharles Cable Warby
November 7, 1810 (aged 9 years)
Birth of a sisterMary Ann Warby
January 3, 1812 (aged 10 years)
Baptism of a sisterMary Ann Warby
January 31, 1813 (aged 11 years)
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Name: Mary Warby Gender: Female Baptism Date: 31 Jan 1813 Baptism Place: Parramatta, Cumberland, New South Wales, Australia Father: John Warby Mother: Sarah Warby

Birth of a brotherRobert George Warby
April 10, 1814 (aged 12 years)
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Liverpool St Luke Composite 19 May 1811 - 07 July 1823

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Robert Warby son of John and Mary was born 10th Apr 1814 and christened 11 Aug 1816 John Youl officiating chaplain

Birth of a sisterEliza Warby
October 10, 1815 (aged 14 years)
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Liverpool St Luke Composite 19 May 1811 - 07 July 1823

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Eliza Warby daughter of John and Mary was born 10 Oct 1815 and christened 11 Aug 1816

Birth of a brotherJames Warby
February 7, 1817 (aged 15 years)
Birth of a brotherJoseph Warby
November 7, 1818 (aged 17 years)
Religious marriageJemima MiddletonView this family
January 18, 1821 (aged 19 years)
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NAME: Jemima Middleton SPOUSE NAME: William Warby MARRIAGE DATE: 1821 MARRIAGE PLACE: New South Wales REGISTRATION PLACE: Liverpool, New South Wales REGISTRATION YEAR: 1821 VOLUME NUMBER: V B

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Liverpool St Luke Composite 19 May 1811 - 07 July 1823

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"William Warby of the District of Airds Bachelor and Jemima Middleton of Appin were Married by Banns at Liverpool this 18th day of Jan 1821." Both William and Jemima signed the register in the presence of William Ayres who made his X mark in the register

Birth of a brotherRichard Warby
about 1821 (aged 19 years)
Death of a brotherJohn Warby
1826 (aged 24 years)
Text:

Name: John Warby Death Date: 1826 Death Place: New South Wales Registration Year: 1826 Registration Place: Campbelltown, New South Wales Volume Number: V1826722 10

Census November 1828 (aged 27 years)
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Warby, William, 27, born in the colony, Protestant, farmer, Murrumbidgee, G. Plains Warby, Jemima, 25, came free, Kangaroo, 1813, Protestant

Birth of a daughter
#1
Sarah Eliza Warby
1833 (aged 31 years)
Text:

578/1833 V1833578 17 WARBY SARAH E WILLIAM JEMIMA

Event
Conviction for receiving
February 22, 1836 (aged 34 years)
Citation details:

The Colonist (Sydney) Thu 25 Feb 1836 p. 6

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Mr. William Warby, a native of the colony, and large proprietor of stock on the banks of the Murrumbidgee, was placed at the bar of the Supreme Court on Monday last, charged before Judge Dowling and a Civil Jury, with receiving, knowing them to be stolen, seventeen calves, the property of Henry or Cornelius O'Brien, Esqs. The offence for which Warby was tried, occurred in December 1830. The principal evidence for the prosecution were to approvers who were concerned in the transactions, and who had given information against the prisoner to save themselves from being placed in jeopardy. The circumstances of the case, which occupied the Court during the whole day were shortly these. Mr. O'Brien had at that period a stockman in his employ named Beaver, who it appeared had been carrying on a regular system of cattle-stealing in connexion with others. At the time laid in the indictment, Beaaver came to the approver Glover, and requested him to assist him in drafting Mr. O'Brien's cattle. Glover consented and assisted him without remuneration, acting on the principle that "one good turn deserves another". Altogether they drafted seventeen calves from Mr. O'Brien's herd, and drove them to Warby's stockyard, who branded them with his own brand; these cattle Glover had often seen since, and two were sworn to by him as the property of Mr. O'Brien, which had been found in Warby's herd bearing his brand at the time of his apprehension. The evidence of this witness was corroborated in all the important particulars by the other approver; an assigned servant to Warby swore to the facts of these men bringing a number of calves to his master's stockyard about the time mentioned in the indictment. The defence set up was, that the calves sworn to at the Police Office at Yass, were the produce of cows which Warby had purchased from a person who had been in his service, and who had received them from Mr. O'Brien in payment of an account. It was alleged that the approvers being dishonest men, who admitted that they were cattle-stealers, ought not to be believed. The prisoner has for a long time back borne a very good character, to which the prosecutor, Mr. O'Brien bore ample testimony, so high was the opinion he had entertained of the prisoner's character for honesty, that he would not for a long time put any trust in the charges made against him, until he was convinced he seeing an animal which he knew to belong to himself in the prisoner's herd, bearing the prisoner's brand. The learned Judge summed up, and the Jury retired for a few minutes, on their return they found the prisoner guilty. Sentence of transportation to Van Diemens Land for 14 years was then passed. The prisoner at the time of his committal possessed a herd of 2000 cattle, which will most probably be confiscated to the Crown. We understand that there are no less than six charges of cattle stealing brought against the prisoner, on one of which he will be again tried at the next sittings of the Criminal Court. It appeared, also, that when Warby understood that his mal-practices had been discovered, he made over the whole of his property to his brother, an arrangement to that effect was drawn up by Mr. Francis Stephen, and signed by both parties. The agreement contained a proviso, that all cattle which might be claimed to be stolen, should not be included in said agreement. B. Warby, brother of the prisoner, has since been committed on a charge of attempting to dis[ose of some stolen cattle, which he had taken from his brother's herd.

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Phoenix Hulk, Sydney Harbour: William Warby, born in the colony, Supreme Court, Sydney, 2 Mar 1836, receiving stolen property, 14 years transportation to VD Land, 3 Mar 1835

Death of a wifeJemima Middleton
1839 (aged 37 years)
Text:

NAME: Jemima Warber DEATH DATE: 1839 DEATH PLACE: New South Wales REGISTRATION YEAR: 1839 REGISTRATION PLACE: Sydney, New South Wales VOLUME NUMBER: V1839465 23A

Death of a fatherJohn Warby
June 12, 1851 (aged 49 years)
Address: Spring Valley
Death of a brotherRobert George Warby
December 5, 1853 (aged 52 years)
Death of a motherSarah Bentley
1869 (aged 67 years)
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Name: Sarah Warby Death Date: 1869 Death Place: New South Wales Father's name: Bentley Registration Year: 1869 Registration Place: Campbelltown, New South Wales Registration Number: 3367

Death of a sisterJane Agnes Warby
March 26, 1876 (aged 74 years)
Death of a brotherCharles Cable Warby
August 24, 1876 (aged 75 years)
Address: 'Wallbrook'
Death of a brotherBenjamin Warby
March 8, 1880 (aged 78 years)
Death 1885 (aged 83 years)
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NAME: William Warby BIRTH YEAR: abt 1801 AGE: 84 DEATH PLACE: Victoria FATHER'S NAME: Jno MOTHER'S NAME: Sarah Wyse REGISTRATION YEAR: 1885 REGISTRATION PLACE: Victoria REGISTRATION NUMBER: 8969

Family with parents
father
17671851
Birth: between 1767 and 1774
Death: June 12, 1851Campbelltown, South Coast and Illawarra, New South Wales, Australia
mother
17801869
Birth: about 1780England, United Kingdom?
Death: 1869Campbelltown, South Coast and Illawarra, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage
Marriage: September 12, 1796Parramatta, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
4 years
elder brother
18001804
Birth: April 20, 1800 33 20Parramatta, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: July 27, 1804Prospect, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
16 months
himself
18011885
Birth: July 31, 1801 34 21Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1885Victoria, Australia
14 months
younger sister
18021894
Birth: September 30, 1802 35 22Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1894Albury, South West Slopes, New South Wales, Australia
13 months
younger brother
18031826
Birth: November 5, 1803 36 23Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1826Campbelltown, South Coast and Illawarra, New South Wales, Australia
17 months
younger brother
18051880
Birth: March 1805 38 25Liverpool, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: March 8, 1880Campbelltown, South Coast and Illawarra, New South Wales, Australia
20 months
younger sister
18061893
Birth: October 10, 1806 39 26Liverpool, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1893Campbelltown, South Coast and Illawarra, New South Wales, Australia
0 months
younger sister
18061876
Birth: October 10, 1806 39 26Liverpool, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: March 26, 1876Campbelltown, South Coast and Illawarra, New South Wales, Australia
4 years
younger brother
18101876
Birth: November 7, 1810 43 30Liverpool, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: August 24, 1876Campbells River, Central Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
14 months
younger sister
18121904
Birth: January 3, 1812 45 32Liverpool, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: September 20, 1904Campbelltown, South Coast and Illawarra, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
younger brother
18141853
Birth: April 10, 1814 47 34Liverpool, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: December 5, 1853Albury, South West Slopes, New South Wales, Australia
18 months
younger sister
18151896
Birth: October 10, 1815 48 35New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1896
16 months
younger brother
18171899
Birth: February 7, 1817 50 37Campbelltown, South Coast and Illawarra, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1899Albury, South West Slopes, New South Wales, Australia
21 months
younger brother
18181899
Birth: November 7, 1818 51 38Campbelltown, South Coast and Illawarra, New South Wales, Australia
Death: March 29, 1899Campbelltown, South Coast and Illawarra, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
younger brother
1821
Birth: about 1821 54 41Campbelltown, South Coast and Illawarra, New South Wales, Australia
Death:
Family with Jemima Middleton
himself
18011885
Birth: July 31, 1801 34 21Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1885Victoria, Australia
wife
18031839
Birth: about 1803 27 23
Death: 1839Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage
Marriage: January 18, 1821Liverpool, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
13 years
daughter
18331910
Birth: 1833 31 30Campbelltown, South Coast and Illawarra, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1910Hotham, Victoria, Australia
BirthAncestry.com. New South Wales, Australia, St. John's Parramatta, Baptisms, 1790-1916 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015.
Citation details:

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

Text:

William Warby son of John and Sarah Warby was born 31 Jul 1801 and christened 23 Dec 1804

MarriageAncestry.com. Australia Marriage Index, 1788-1950 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.
Text:

NAME: Jemima Middleton SPOUSE NAME: William Warby MARRIAGE DATE: 1821 MARRIAGE PLACE: New South Wales REGISTRATION PLACE: Liverpool, New South Wales REGISTRATION YEAR: 1821 VOLUME NUMBER: V B

MarriageSydney, Australia, Anglican Parish Registers, 1818-2011 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017.
Citation details:

Liverpool St Luke Composite 19 May 1811 - 07 July 1823

Text:

"William Warby of the District of Airds Bachelor and Jemima Middleton of Appin were Married by Banns at Liverpool this 18th day of Jan 1821." Both William and Jemima signed the register in the presence of William Ayres who made his X mark in the register

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

Warby, William, 27, born in the colony, Protestant, farmer, Murrumbidgee, G. Plains Warby, Jemima, 25, came free, Kangaroo, 1813, Protestant

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

The Colonist (Sydney) Thu 25 Feb 1836 p. 6

Text:

Mr. William Warby, a native of the colony, and large proprietor of stock on the banks of the Murrumbidgee, was placed at the bar of the Supreme Court on Monday last, charged before Judge Dowling and a Civil Jury, with receiving, knowing them to be stolen, seventeen calves, the property of Henry or Cornelius O'Brien, Esqs. The offence for which Warby was tried, occurred in December 1830. The principal evidence for the prosecution were to approvers who were concerned in the transactions, and who had given information against the prisoner to save themselves from being placed in jeopardy. The circumstances of the case, which occupied the Court during the whole day were shortly these. Mr. O'Brien had at that period a stockman in his employ named Beaver, who it appeared had been carrying on a regular system of cattle-stealing in connexion with others. At the time laid in the indictment, Beaaver came to the approver Glover, and requested him to assist him in drafting Mr. O'Brien's cattle. Glover consented and assisted him without remuneration, acting on the principle that "one good turn deserves another". Altogether they drafted seventeen calves from Mr. O'Brien's herd, and drove them to Warby's stockyard, who branded them with his own brand; these cattle Glover had often seen since, and two were sworn to by him as the property of Mr. O'Brien, which had been found in Warby's herd bearing his brand at the time of his apprehension. The evidence of this witness was corroborated in all the important particulars by the other approver; an assigned servant to Warby swore to the facts of these men bringing a number of calves to his master's stockyard about the time mentioned in the indictment. The defence set up was, that the calves sworn to at the Police Office at Yass, were the produce of cows which Warby had purchased from a person who had been in his service, and who had received them from Mr. O'Brien in payment of an account. It was alleged that the approvers being dishonest men, who admitted that they were cattle-stealers, ought not to be believed. The prisoner has for a long time back borne a very good character, to which the prosecutor, Mr. O'Brien bore ample testimony, so high was the opinion he had entertained of the prisoner's character for honesty, that he would not for a long time put any trust in the charges made against him, until he was convinced he seeing an animal which he knew to belong to himself in the prisoner's herd, bearing the prisoner's brand. The learned Judge summed up, and the Jury retired for a few minutes, on their return they found the prisoner guilty. Sentence of transportation to Van Diemens Land for 14 years was then passed. The prisoner at the time of his committal possessed a herd of 2000 cattle, which will most probably be confiscated to the Crown. We understand that there are no less than six charges of cattle stealing brought against the prisoner, on one of which he will be again tried at the next sittings of the Criminal Court. It appeared, also, that when Warby understood that his mal-practices had been discovered, he made over the whole of his property to his brother, an arrangement to that effect was drawn up by Mr. Francis Stephen, and signed by both parties. The agreement contained a proviso, that all cattle which might be claimed to be stolen, should not be included in said agreement. B. Warby, brother of the prisoner, has since been committed on a charge of attempting to dis[ose of some stolen cattle, which he had taken from his brother's herd.

DeathAncestry.com. Australia Death Index, 1787-1985 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.
Text:

NAME: William Warby BIRTH YEAR: abt 1801 AGE: 84 DEATH PLACE: Victoria FATHER'S NAME: Jno MOTHER'S NAME: Sarah Wyse REGISTRATION YEAR: 1885 REGISTRATION PLACE: Victoria REGISTRATION NUMBER: 8969