Update on Martha

So what have we learnt about Martha from using just four documents?

Permission to marry

Her husband to be was John Boyd who was free. They applied for permission about June 1842 and permission was given by the Secretary after August 1842. Martha had arrived on the ship Hindostan and was given a police number of 18.

Source: TAHO, CON52/1/2 p16 marriage permission Martha Virco

Marriage certificate

John and Martha married on 6 September 1842 at St John’s Church in Ross (District of Avoca), Tasmania by the rites of the United Church of England and Ireland. The minister was William Bedford Junior.  John was aged 28 and Martha 24. He was a bachelor and carpenter by trade while she was a spinster. The witnesses to the marriage were William Stolley and Mary Ann Brown.

Source: TAHO,  RGD37/1/2 no 1739/1842 District of Avoca, marriage Boyd, Vircoe

Description list

Some basic information was available first such as she left London, England on 9 May 1839 and arrived in Hobart on 12 September 1839. It was the first voyage of the ship Hindostan.

Martha was described as being a house maid, aged 23 and 5″1′ without shoes. She had a ruddy complexion, a round head and brown hair. Her visage was oval in shape with a high forehead. She had black eyebrows and hazel eyes. Her nose and mouth were small but her chin was long. She had no scars or tattoos.

Source: TAHO, CON19/1/13 p301 description list Martha Vircoe

Indent

Police number 18 Martha Vico – 5″1′ age 23 – a house maid also work with needle – tried at the Central Criminal Court (Old Bailey) on 31 December 1838 – sentenced to 10 years – native place Edgeware – married but no children – was Protestant and could read – her husband William a blacksmith at Native place – 2 brothers Thomas and Henry one sister Elizabeth at St Albans – 12 months on the town – stealing a watch from a person – prosecutor at ? at Canterbury

Source: TAHO, CON15/1/9, indent list for Martha Vico

WOW! We now have information that can lead us back to her trial at the Old Bailey  and to her husband and family back in England. But that is for later. My next question is –

Did she commit any offences while a convict here in VDL?

To find out the answer to this I will need to look at her conduct record.

 

Why was Martha sent to VDL?

So I have now used records to prove Martha was a convict sent to VDL in 1839. I also know what she looks like and that she was 23 when she arrived here. But what could a young 23 year old woman have done to be transported to VDL?

Looks like the Indent list might give me some answers. Back to the Tasmanian Names index, put in Vircoe, Martha, click on the image in front of convicts and now click on indent list remembering to jot down that reference for the source.

TAHO, CON15/1/9, indent list for Martha Vircoe

Time again for my readers to give me some help: Can you transcribe her indent list record? I have included the link further up the post if you want to go to the record online to get more help.

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What does Martha look like?

My next question in my research plan is:

  1. What did Martha look like?

So where can I find the answer to this question?

Looking back at my previous post, I noticed when using the Tasmanian Names Index there was a result with her name and the word convicts – maybe these are her convict records I can look at.  I also know from previous reading that there are three main records:

  1. Conduct record – shows information about the offence and trial date as well as offences she did while here in VDL and shows who she worked for during her convict sentence.
  2. Description list – just as it says a description of the convict including scars and tattoos, often mentions native place.
  3. Indent list – the basics of where tried, the sentence but often includes parents and siblings.

OK so looks like I need to look up the description list to find the answer to my question.

I go back to the Tasmanian Names Index – type in Vircoe, Martha then click on the image in front of the one labelled convicts.

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I now have the following appear on the screen.

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So what information can I find by looking at just this part of the screen?

Martha’s surname is spelled two different ways – remember to use variants when checking birth, death, children births etc.

She departed London, UK on 9 May 1839 and arrived in Hobart (assumed as in Tasmanian records) on 12 September 1839. The ship was called the Hindostan and it was its first voyage. Not sure what the other numbers relate to. Maybe it was the 160th voyage of a convict ship to VDL. I reckon the last two must relate to numbering in the archives setup.

I also have this on the screen.

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All right – now I am getting somewhere.

Let’s click on the photo for the description list – but first jot down those reference numbers underneath. Maybe when I save the image I find I could add them as a tag so it is there for future reference.

TAHO, CON19/1/13 p301 description list Martha Vircoe

wrongimageOh dear something is wrong, my Martha is not on this page – I checked image 301 but notice other numbers in the top right corner of the images. Maybe those are the pages I need to go to rather than an image number. Are the lists alphabetical by name so Vircoe would be near the end or are the names in groups by ship?

Go to the first couple of images by using the dropdown arrow near image and find a list for this convict book.

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Right so this book is grouped by ship and my Hindostan is 4th out of 8 in the list so would be somewhere near the middle of all the images. There are 570 images so let’s start at 250 and go back or forward by groups of 10 until I find a page saying which ship these records are for.

Image 250 surname beginning D, 240 beginning B, 230 beginning A, getting close go back by 5 this time, 225 beginning W so this must be the previous ship. Go forward now 1 at a time till I find the name of the ship. There on image 229 I can see the name Hindostan so I have now found the right ship records. Now I need to keep moving forward till I find Martha in the V section.

Image 290 are M, 310 is S, 320 is W, so going back now 1 at a time.

I found her on image 319. But I needed to change the size so it would fit the screen otherwise it was too small to read.

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Now I need my readers help: Can you please transcribe this record and leave your answers in the comments? I wonder which words will be hardest to read?

Is she a convict?

For this very long post I am going to you walk you through how I researched one of my convict women. I will look at certain documents and if she is a convict will write further posts about her convict records.

I am going to try finding out information about Martha VIRCOE who married John BOYD in 1842. I have already proven this in my family history research. They are my great great great grandparents.

Why do I think Martha is a convict? She has signed her marriage certificate with an x – her mark meaning she was not a very literate person and could not sign her own name.

UPDATE – Having spoken to Dianne Snowden while at the female factory Open Day last Sunday, she mentioned that many people in VDL would have been illiterate and used a mark so it is not necessarily a sign of a convict. Finding a marriage permission record definitely is though.

Source: TAHO RGD37/1/2 no 1739/1842 District of Avoca, marriage Boyd, Vircoe

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My next step is to use the Tasmanian names index to find out more records about Martha.

So I put in the surname only of Vircoe and up come the following possibilities

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I can see the first three relate to my Martha – Virgoe for the next three – could this be a different spelling? – maybe a brother also out as a convict? Don’t check it out now but put it on the to do list for later on.

I can see she was a convict from the second result on the image. I know if a person married while still serving a sentence as a convict, they needed permission to do this. So where is the marriage permission page? Maybe it is a spelling variation – maybe look up Boyd instead and see if I can find it there.

As you can see from the image I started by using just Boyd within all the results of the Tasmanian name index, then I used the filters on the left to find just marriage permissions then I filtered again to the years 1840-1843. There she is with the surname Vico.

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By clicking on the image to the left of her name, the following appears. I have used the snipping tool to make the two separate images. One is the header of the page, the other is the actual marriage permission for Martha.

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So reading the information on these two snips, the marriage permission for Martha Virco (new spelling), police number 18 on the ship Hindostan was sent to the Muster Master on June 15 1842, then sent on to the Secretary on 15 August 1842. The decision made was approved provided the clergyman is satisfied with evidence added??

Her husband-to-be John Boyd was a free man with no police number. Maybe he was also a convict but had served his sentence and now considered free. But that will be something to follow up on later.

Source: TAHO, CON52/1/2 p16 marriage permission Martha Virco

So question 1 of my research plan is now answered – Yes Martha VIRCOE (VIRCO) (VICO) was a convict.

Next step to look at her convict records to fill out more information about her life as a convict.

How will I record all this information?

I have created a convict profile from looking at Susan Hood’s book about transcribing Tasmanian convict records. I will be able to use this profile for each separate convict in my tree.

 

Letter L challenge

This was easy to think of this week.

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Life long learning

When I think back to the early 1970’s when I first began my research, I could have given up so easily as I had to travel to the archives to do any research at all.  I had to search lots of microfilms and microfiche. I had to search many different card index for photos, arrivals, departures etc.

But as a beginner teacher at that time, I knew the value of learning all the time. I became a life long learner.

Genealogy is a life long journey of a quest for knowledge on our ancestors. At least it is easier now using digitized records but it has also become easier to make mistakes by copying inaccurate information from other people.

I can now do all that searching online for Tasmanian ancestors by using a Tasmanian Names Index from LINC Tasmania, which includes the Tasmanian Archive and Heritage Office (TAHO).

I made mistakes with one branch of my tree thinking John DAVEY a free settler from Devon was born in Cullompton, Devon. I even visited there when on an overseas holiday. Took photos, shared them at family reunions, only to find that I couldn’t prove that was actually my John DAVEY once I had looked at census documents now online. I have the possibilities now down to 7 persons from the 50 I had to start with.

Another of my ancestors Martha VICO (VIRCOE) nee HEARN I had as coming from Shebbear, Devon. But now I have found her marriage records in London showing she was born in Edgeware, London. Again this information had been shared with others at reunions.

I have a database with nearly 10,000 people on it all related to me somehow, but this is only on my home computer, not online at all. So there is less chance of any errors I have made being passed on ad infinitum to everyone in the world.

As part of Thomas MacEntee’s Genealogy Do Over, I have decided to start a new database concentrating on only direct lines with spouse and siblings included. Also any information added will have to have at least 2 different sources.

Readers: Please leave a comment about my post or something beginning with L that relates to your family history or your research.

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Letter D challenge

1558 Ainscough Origins

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Direct Line or Descendants

When you began your family history research, what did you start with? Did you begin with yourself and go back one generation at a time following your direct line only? Or did you also look at the descendants of those direct lines?

I know when I began I started just with names, dates and places and going back as far as I could – in fact I got back to 1604 with one line in Bedfordshire, England. I made connections with other researchers by using the Rootsweb emailing lists and also contacting others mentioned in the IGI (International Genealogical Index) and the IGRD (International Genealogical Research Directory). I exchanged information through RAOGK (Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness) where I would do some research in Tasmania for a person in another county of England and they would do research for me in their county.

But nowadays technology has really allowed me to do a lot more research with original records online. Less having to visit an actual archives, at least for the basics of BDM records. But it is fantastic to see so many Historical Societies having a presence online. This now allows me to connect with locals in the areas where my ancestors lived. My family history blog has also created connections with family members I knew nothing about.

By researching the descendants I have found out more about their life as a family and the community they lived in. Trove and other newspaper reports have put flesh on the bones of my family rather than just a list of names, dates and places.

Surnames in my direct line include:

  • WYATT – unknown where born
  • ENGLAND – Rotherham, York, ENG
  • SMITH – Recherche Bay, Tasmania AUS but originally Samoan and given surname Smith
  • DAVEY – Devon, ENG – free settler and down to 7 possible people
  • TEDMAN – London, ENG – waterman
  • CHANDLER – London, ENG – gardeners in Tasmania and at Government House in the 1860’s
  • COLGRAVE –  Thurleigh, Bedfordshire, ENG – back to 1604
  • SOMMERS – Portland, Tasmania, AUS
  • JACKSON – Donegal, Ireland
  • DIXON – London, ENG
  • BOYD – Maker, Cornwall, ENG
  • WATKINS – Hull, Yorkshire, ENG
  • HEARN – Edgeware, London, ENG
  • BRYANT – Rotherhithe, London, ENG
  • BULL – London, ENG
  • SWAIN – Maidstone, Kent, ENG

Readers: Please leave a comment about my post or something beginning with D that relates to your family history or your research.

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Martha Hearn and siblings

Having found her marriage certificate and noticed the church was in Little Stanmore, England, I then checked out her birth. Finding one at Great Stanmore, I looked at a map to find out how close these two towns were or maybe in the 20 years between birth and marriage, the towns might have separated. As I find more siblings, I will add their information here.

Here is her baptism certificate (births were not required to be registered until the 1830’s).

Baptism of Martha Hearn 1816
Baptism of Martha Hearn 1816

Parents: Margaret and Richard HEARN

Date of baptism: 27 October 1816

Church: St John the Evangelist, Great Stanmore

Source Citation: London Metropolitan Archives, Great Stanmore St John the Evangelist, Register of Baptism, dro/014/a/01, Item 008

Martha gets married

In the last half hour, I have been chatting in Facebook with a relative Min who also is researching Martha. So I decided to go on Ancestry.com where I have a world membership to see what I could find out about Martha before arriving in Tasmania.

Vercoe Hearns marriagesmlFirst step was finding her marriage to William Vico or similar. With such an unusual name that could be spelled a variety of ways, it was quite easy to find.

William Vercoe bachelor and Martha Hearn Spinster both of this parish

married in the church by banns on 5th or 8th December, 1833 by Edward John Smith – Curate

In the presence of William Taylor and Mary ??

Notice only William Vercoe could write his own name. The parish was Little Stanmore in Middlesex, England.

Here is a link to information about the church they were married in.

Source Citation:  London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Lawrence, Little Stanmore, Register of marriages, DRO/109, Item 016

 

 

Martha Hearn(s)

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Martha Vico was convicted for larceny at the old central criminal court on 2nd January 1839 in front of the third jury and Mr Sergeant Arabin. She stole a watch valued at one pound five shillings, a purse valued sixpence and two shillings, the goods and monies of William Leighton in Edgware.

Her husband William was a blacksmith.  She also had 12 months on the town. Her gaol report mentioned poor connexions, surgeon report was extremely insolent.

She was 5 feet 1 inch with ruddy complexion, high forehead and round head, with medium nose and mouth, hazel eyes, black eyebrows and brown hair.

She arrived on the Hindostan on 12 Sept 1839.

25 Sept 39 – She was moved on the government brig Tamar on her way to Launceston. She was given 12 days solitary confinement on bread and water for gross misconduct in going into the mens berths

26 Dec 1839 – drunk and disorderly in company with a man in back of a house in York Street – 2 months hard labour in the crime class in Female House of Corrections Launceston

18 April 1840 – absent without leave 14 days in cells on bread and water.

27 November 1840 – absent without leave – admonished

31 Dec 1840 – insolence to the chief district constable 12 months hard labour House of Corrections Launceston

Ticket of leave 4 Nov 1845

Free by servitude 31 December 1848

Certificate of freedom 2 Feb 1849

STOP PRESS    UPDATE       STOP PRESS     UPDATE

This is one relative I need to do some more research on. If I check the female convicts database, there might be more info there regarding the ??? marks in the above report.

OK Have now updated according to information in the database of female convicts.

Family of John and Martha Boyd

1. John BOYD (7 Dec 1814 – 9 Oct 1862) & Martha VICO nee HEARN (1812/1816 – 25 Jan 1880)

| 1. Ann BOYD (1842 – ) & Thomas GIBSON (1832 – )

| | 1. Mary Ann GIBSON (1860 – ) & William HOLMES (1855 – )

| | | 1. William Thomas HOLMES (1878 – 1879)

| | | 2. Julia Ann HOLMES (1880 – )

| | | 3. Charlotte Isabel HOLMES (1882 – )

| | | 4. William Thomas HOLMES (1884 – )

| | | 5. Ethel May HOLMES (1886 – )

| | | 6. Edith May HOLMES (1888 – )

| | | 7. George Henry HOLMES (1890 – )

| | | 8. Albert Ernest HOLMES (1892 – )

| | | 9. Ivey Helen HOLMES (1894 – )

| | | 10. Leslie Leonard HOLMES (1896 – )

| | | 11. Corrie Nergia Violet HOLMES (1898 – )

| | 2. Thomas Henry GIBSON

| | 3. Martha Eliza GIBSON

| | 4. William Robert GIBSON

| | 5. GIBSON

| | 6. Ada May GIBSON

| | 7. Thomas Henry GIBSON

| | 8. Albert John GIBSON

| 2. Susan BOYD (29 May 1844 – 27 Feb 1900) & Francis COLGRAVE (11 Nov 1843 – 26 Jun 1920)

| | 1. Francis John COLGRAVE (25 Feb 1866-31 Dec 1942) & Laura Maud WYNWOOD (21 Mar 1870-8 Apr 1969)

| | | 1. Angus Colin COLGRAVE* (28 Apr 1893 – 9 May 1977) & Doris UPTON (About 1901 – 27 Feb 1931)

| | | 1. Angus Colin COLGRAVE* (28 Apr 1893 – 9 May 1977) & Iris Mary EBERHARD (About 1910 – 23 Dec 1986)

| | | 2. Francis Robert Leonard COLGRAVE (17 May 1903 – 23 Jun 1987) & Irene Agnes YATES (About 1905 – 18 Mar 1978)

| | | 3. Grace Valerie Violet COLGRAVE (4 May 1913 – )

| | 2. Samuel COLGRAVE (13 Aug 1867 – 17 Feb 1955) & Jeanne (Jane) DUNCANSON (27 Feb 1875 – 31 Jul 1945)

| | | 1. Roy Graham COLGRAVE (12 Apr 1896 – 19 Jan 1918)

| | | 2. Doris Ellen COLGRAVE (15 Feb 1899 – 19 Apr 1960) & Tom COCKING

| | | 3. Susan Jane COLGRAVE (26 Jun 1901 – 8 Apr 1927) & John DENMAN

| | | 4. Colin Campbell COLGRAVE (18 Jul 1903-9 Jul 1981) & Marion Margaret DYSON (20 Apr 1908-10 Jun 1988)

| | | 5. Elvie COLGRAVE (16 Jan 1906 – ) & Horace JOHN

| | | 6. Mervyn Samuel COLGRAVE (24 Sep 1910 – 10 Mar 1984) & Etta EADE

| | | 7. Keith James COLGRAVE (6 Mar 1915 – 20 Aug 1992) & Ruth Mavis BULLOCK (Approx 1920 – 4 Oct 1997)

| | 3. Frances Isabella COLGRAVE* (10 Feb 1869 – 21 Mar 1928) & House Servant COLGRAVE??

| | | 1. Tasman Allan COLGRAVE (18 Mar 1893 – 2 Jul 1985) & Harriet Young COLES (12 Mar 1897 – 17 Feb 1980)

| | | 2. Thomas Leslie COLGRAVE (30 Sep 1895 – 2 Oct 1973) & Winifred Emily Jane HARRIS (About 1886 – 25 Aug 1961)

| | 3. Frances Isabella COLGRAVE* (10 Feb 1869 – 21 Mar 1928) & William Edward JONES (1844 – 28 Oct 1912)

| | | 1. Ralph JONES (11 Nov 1901 – 28 Jul 1950) & Vera Annie DAVEY (23 Oct 1901 – 3 Mar 1962)

| | | 2. Louisa Latoska JONES (13 Jun 1903 – 1997) & Gerald SMITH

| | | 3. Edward Stanley (Teddy) JONES (13 Oct 1905 – Sep 1985) & Olive PATTERSON

| | | 4. Emily JONES (5 Dec 1907 – 1 Oct 1991) & Harry WARN ( – 1988)

| | | 5. James Walter JONES (Nov 1911 – 14 Jan 1912)

| | | 6. Florence Isabella (Ena) JONES (1913 – 1965) & Leslie JONES

| | 3. Frances Isabella COLGRAVE* (10 Feb 1869 – 21 Mar 1928) & Cyril Edwin HEAZLEWOOD (8 Apr 1890 – 1954)

| | 4. William F COLGRAVE (23 Dec 1871 – 13 Nov 1905) & Lillian May BROWN (25 May 1881 – )

| | | 1. Olive (Maud) Jessie COLGRAVE (9 Oct 1896 – 1 Nov 1917)

| | | 2. Milly (Monia) Victoria COLGRAVE (21 Jun 1899 – ) & Solomon EADE

| | | 3. Walter William COLGRAVE(STEVENS)* (25 Jun 1901 – 21 Nov 1965) & Esther Maud CHRISTIAN (22 Jul 1902 – 4 Mar 1967)

| | | 3. Walter William COLGRAVE(STEVENS)* (25 Jun 1901 – 21 Nov 1965) & Helen SHEPHERD

| | 5. Martha Jane COLGRAVE (13 Mar 1874 – 18 Aug 1954) & George DAVEY (31 May 1865 – 2 Nov 1914)

| | | 1. Mary Ann DAVEY (13 Jan 1891 – 19 Jul 1946) & Gordon BURFORD (1886 – 18 Apr 1949)

| | | 2. Emily Jane DAVEY (12 Jan 1893 – 29 Apr 1956) & Trevor COX (1883 – 1 May 1962)

| | | 3. John (Jack) DAVEY (28 Sep 1894 – 20 Feb 1931) & Mary HARVEY

| | | 4. William George (James) DAVEY (9 Dec 1895 – 25 Apr 1953) & Nellie Olive POWELL (19 Mar 1896 – 29 Sep 1980)

| | | 5. Elizabeth (Lizzie) DAVEY (19 Apr 1897 – 9 Oct 1979) & James BOXHALL (23 Mar 1895 – 1 Dec 1982)

| | | 6. Hannah DAVEY (10 Nov 1899 – 7 Mar 1967) & Henry Lewis ENGLAND (12 Dec 1888 – 12 Mar 1963)

| | | 7. George DAVEY (18 Jan 1902 – 4 Sep 1972) & Lucy Ellen WICKHAM (27 Feb 1905 – 22 Oct 1981)

| | | 8. Elsie DAVEY (18 Dec 1904 – 16 Oct 1915)

| | | 9. Bertie Leonard DAVEY (25 Apr 1907 – 5 Aug 1940) & Renee Olive PAGE (29 Jun 1908 – 7 Dec 1978)

| | | 10. Leila Jessie DAVEY (28 Apr 1909 – 22 Jun 1917)

| | | 11. Doris Eileen DAVEY (3 Oct 1911 – ) & Dudley JONES

| | | 12. Frederick Trevor DAVEY (2 Oct 1914 – 2 Aug 1984) & Kathleen HUNTINGTON

| | 6. Lillian Ada (Moy) COLGRAVE (27 Jun 1876 – 7 Mar 1957) & Charles DAVEY (19 Feb 1872 – 18 Oct 1914)

| | | 1. Annie May DAVEY (31 Mar 1897 – ) & David James LINDSAY (1893 – 1966)

| | | 2. George Charles DAVEY (6 Jan 1898 – 28 Feb 1965) & Winifred McLEAN (25 Jan 1898 – 23 Oct 1978)

| | | 3. Susan Jane DAVEY (26 Mar 1900 – 29 Sep 1967) & Thornton Richard MURFETT (About 1890 – 5 Aug 1973)

| | | 4. Lilian Daisy DAVEY (6 Apr 1903 – 16 Jul 1989) & Eric Stanley BOYD (11 Aug 1901 – 13 Oct 1971)

| | | 5. Charles William DAVEY (4 Sep 1904 – 29 Mar 1929)

| | | 6. Olive Amy DAVEY (24 Sep 1905 – ) & Albert HILL ( – 1976)

| | | 7. Harry James DAVEY (26 Jan 1908 – ) & Violet E ATKINSON

| | | 8. Daphne Eileen DAVEY (16 Dec 1910 – ) & William Ernest BRETT

| | | 9. Ivy Mary DAVEY (24 Sep 1912 – ) & Arthur Charles SAUNDERS

| | | 10. Vernon Edward DAVEY (14 Dec 1913 – ) & Lorna Florence WALKER

| | 7. Alfred Arthur (John) COLGRAVE (7 Nov 1878-2 May 1959) & Ada Mary COWARD (10 Dec 1876 – 16 Aug 1953)

| | | 1. Elsie COLGRAVE & Arthur SHERWOOD

| | | 2. Hector Arthur COLGRAVE (17 Oct 1902 – ) & Eileen Mary RASMUSSEN

| | | 3. Pearl COLGRAVE & Jack SPICER

| | | 4. Alfred Charles COLGRAVE (Approx 1906 – Jun 1964) & Agnes Jane HILL (Approx 1907 – 1 Sep 1992)

| | | 5. Stanley George COLGRAVE (1908 – 20 Sep 1978) & Mary Florence BREEN (1917 – 16 Aug 1993)

| | | 6. Leonard Frederick COLGRAVE (19 Feb 1910 – 24 Aug 1981) & Doris SMITH

| | | 7. Cecil COLGRAVE ( – Before 1978) & Phyllis

| | | 8. Gladys COLGRAVE* & Ron BISHOP

| | | 8. Gladys COLGRAVE* & CLARK

| | | 9. Ida Ismay COLGRAVE & Frederick V EWART

| | | 10. Vernon Thomas COLGRAVE (6 Apr 1917 – 20 Jul 1999) & Patricia WATKINS

| | | 11. Evelyn Caroline COLGRAVE & William Ray HAY

| | | 12. Daisy Jean COLGRAVE* & George W BREEN

| | | 12. Daisy Jean COLGRAVE* & George HUXLEY

| | 8. Ernest Charles COLGRAVE (30 Dec 1881 – 16 May 1940) & Alice Maria REDBURN (17 Sep 1879 – )

| | 9. Ethel Mary Ann COLGRAVE* (9 Dec 1883 – ) & Mark REDBURN (15 Nov 1867 – 8 Jan 1936)

| | | 1. Ruby REDBURN & Fred GREEN

| | | 2. Donald Mark REDBURN (Approx 1907 – 6 Oct 1984) & Vera Anne Louise SAUNDERS (Approx 1915 – 21 Mar 1993)

| | 9. Ethel Mary Ann COLGRAVE* (9 Dec 1883 – ) & Arthur THOMPSON (19 Apr 1882 – 14 May 1961)

| | 10. Frederick George COLGRAVE (28 Aug 1886 – 3 Feb 1959) & Amy Louisa RIGBY (15 Apr 1893 – 4 Oct 1985)

| | | 1. Rita Jean COLGRAVE (3 Dec 1912 – 16 Feb 1986) & Charles E Marney GRANT

| | | 2. Muriel Phyllis COLGRAVE* (24 Aug 1914 – ) & Maurice Henry THOMAS

| | | 2. Muriel Phyllis COLGRAVE* (24 Aug 1914 – ) & Leonard George APPLEBY

| | | 3. Amy Iris COLGRAVE* (22 Mar 1917 – 23 Aug 1983) & Alfred BRYANT

| | | 3. Amy Iris COLGRAVE* (22 Mar 1917 – 23 Aug 1983) & Jack ARNOL

| | | 4. Eunice Frances COLGRAVE (18 Jan 1919 – 4 Nov 1957) & Percival CREELEY

| | | 5. Frederick George (Jun.) COLGRAVE (30 Mar 1920 – 10 Jul 1954) & Myra ADAMS

| | | 6. Nellie Mavis COLGRAVE (21 Sep 1922 – ) & George LOWE

| | | 7. Rex COLGRAVE (27 Jan 1925 – ) & Margaret HAYWOOD

| | | 8. William Roy COLGRAVE (27 Jan 1928 – 4 Oct 1951)

| | | 9. Henry Douglas COLGRAVE (16 Nov 1931 – )

| | | 10. Margaret Dawn COLGRAVE & Harold JUDKINS

| | | 11. Trevor Maxwell COLGRAVE (31 Oct 1931 – 28 Aug 1980) & Joan May WEBBER (Approx 1938 – 15 May 1990)

| | | 12. Ronald George COLGRAVE (12 Aug 1935 – 12 Nov 1999) & June HYDE (Killworth?)

| 3. Catherine (Kate) BOYD (1846 – ) & Frederick Henry WEEKES (1836 – )

| | 1. Ada Jane WEEKES (1871 – )

| 4. Robert John BOYD (1 Jul 1848 – 26 Jan 1918) & Mary Ann BATES (About 1842 – 29 Nov 1908)

| | 1. Robert BOYD (1870 – )

| | 2. Sarah Ann BOYD (1874 – )

| | 3. Harriet BOYD (1877 – )

| | 4. Robert BOYD (1879 – 31 Jul 1879)

| | 5. Frederick John BOYD (1880 – )

| | 6. William Charles BOYD (1883 – )

| | 7. Emma Louisa Marion BOYD (23 Apr 1886 – ) & Adam WHITCOMBE (23 Dec 1876 – )

| | | 1. Constance Mary Ann WHITCOMBE & William John FEIL (10 Mar 1915 – )

| | 8. Arthur Henry Harold BOYD (26 Oct 1888 – )

| | 9. Reginald James BOYD (25 Feb 1890 – )

| | 10. Leslie George BOYD (1893 – )

| 5. Martha BOYD (1850 – 1851)

| 6. Sarah Jane BOYD (30 Sep 1852 – ) & Jonathan STEVENS (1837 – )

| | 1. Edith Martha STEVENS (1871 – )

| | 2. Eva Maude STEVENS (1872 – )

| | 3. Edward Henry STEVENS (1875 – )

| 7. Frederick BOYD (16 Dec 1855 – 27 Dec 1859)

| 8. Harriet BOYD (21 Jun 1858 – ) & John CUNNINGHAM (1858 – )

| | 1. Albert Frederick CUNNINGHAM (1879 – )

| | 2. Percy CUNNINGHAM (1881 – )

| | 3. Edgar John CUNNINGHAM (1883 – )

| | 4. Mabel Alice CUNNINGHAM (1885 – )

| | 5. Alfred Hedley CUNNINGHAM (1887 – )

| | 6. Ruby Nereda CUNNINGHAM (1891 – )

| | 7. Reginald James CUNNINGHAM (1895 – )

| | 8. Arthur Leonard CUNNINGHAM (1897 – )

| | 9. Dorth Evelene Annie CUNNINGHAM (1899 – )

| 9. Martha (Caroline) BOYD (1861 – ) & John GRIFFITHS (9 Aug 1859 – )

| 10. Unknown BOYD (1861 – )

| 11. Frederick BOYD (7 May 1861 – ) & Cherry GUTTRIDGE (1862 – )

| | 1. John Henry BOYD (1898 – )