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Mary Bracey, "Caribbean, Births and Baptisms, 1590-1928"
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C51391-1
System Origin: Caribbean-ODM
GS Film number: 1157938

Name: Mary Bracey
Gender: Female
Christening Date: 17 Jul 1748

Caribbean, Births and Baptisms, 1590-1928," index, FamilySearch
( : accessed 27 Mar 2014), Mary Bracey, ; citing SAINT JOSEPH,BARBADOES,CARIBBEAN, reference ; FHL microfilm 1157938

Event Date: 30 Jun 1767
Event Place: Saint Philip,Barbadoes,Caribbean
"Caribbean, Marriages, 1591-1905," index, FamilySearch ( : accessed 27 Mar 2014), Isaac Proverbs and Mary Bracey, 30 Jun 1767; citing Saint Philip,Barbadoes,Caribbean, reference ; FHL microfilm 1157935 
BRACEY, Mary (I6071)
NEILL, James. Per "Marquis of Cornwallis", 1796; landholder at

1810 Feb

Memorial for confirmation of grant (Fiche 3007; 4/1822 No.247A)

Name: James Neal
Date of Grant: 1 Jan 1810
District: Richmond
Size 80 acres
Name: Neal's Farm

Source Citation: State Records Authority of New South Wales; Registers of Land Grants and Leases; Series: NRS 13836; Item: 7/447; Reel: 2561.
NEILL (NEALE), James (I807)
3  DONOHUE, Elenor (Ellen) (I804)
4  JOHNSON, Jane (I2055)
5  JOHNSON, John (I380)
6 - 106 on arrival
Portsmouth, Hampshire, England 
JOHNSON, Rosetta (Rose) (I2871)
7 .Grave location: EAS-COE-OLD-X-825-X NICHOLS, Thomas John (I2678)
8 ASSI 94/1705 (National Archives UK)
Surrey, England 
JOHNSON, Rosetta (Rose) (I2871)
9 death: Quoted Text: "Hugh died at Clarenza aged 83 years and was buried at Grafton. His occupatrion was a farmer. Cause of death was "climatine decay, congestion of lungs". Hugh lies in an unmarked grave... At the time of death he had four male and three female children living and one male and one female child deceased. At the time of arrival in Australia he had four male and three female children - the gaps in birth years of children indicate that some children died before coming to NSW."

Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch ( : accessed 10 December 2012), entry for Hugh /Connor/ 
CONNOR, Hugh (I192)
10 Husband living in Chatswood, NSW
Mackay, Dawson, Queensland, Australia 
WHITCOMB, Mary (Maud) (I608)
11 Joan
Greenslopes, Bowman, Queensland, Australia 
POWELL, Francis James (Frank) (I451)
12 Manning - occupation chemical engineer
Belmont North, Corangamite, Victoria, Australia 
HOLT, William Leonard (I3770)
13 Reginald
Winston Hills, Mitchell, New South Wales, Australia 
GARLAND, Reginald Arthur (I2682)
14 SURNAME  OSWALD, Joseph (I275)
15 Timothy John
Newtown & Chilwell, Corio, Victoria 
HOLT, John Nicholas M (I1836)
16 Transportation NSW for life - transported on 14 Oct 1812
Woolwich, Kent, England 
BEAL(E), John (I2872)
17 "Australia, Births and Baptisms, 1792-1981," index, FamilySearch ( : accessed 11 Nov 2014), John Murphy in entry for Sydney Thomas Cox Murphy, 08 Jan 1854; citing Sydney, New South Wales, Australia; FHL microfilm 993965. MURPHY, Sydney Thomas Cox (I3169)
18 "Barbados Church Records, 1637-1887," database with images, FamilySearch ( : accessed 25 December 2015), Isaac Bernard and Kathne Lyte, 28 Nov 1717; citing Marriage, St Michael, Barbados, Department of Archives, Blackrock; FHL microfilm 1,157,923.

Caribbean Marriages, 1591-1905," database, FamilySearch ( : accessed 25 December 2015), Isaac Bernard and Kathne. Lyte, 28 Nov 1717; citing Saint Michael,Barbadoes,Caribbean, reference ; FHL microfilm 1,157,923. 
Family (F2730)
19 "Barbados Church Records, 1637-1887," database with images, FamilySearch ( : 26 November 2014), St Michael > Church of England > Baptisms, marriages, burials 1739-1756 > image 11 of 237; Department of Archives, Blackrock.

CONYERS, Sarah (I3248)
20 "Barbados, Church Records, 1637-1887", index and images, FamilySearch ( : accessed 29 Mar 2014), Stephen Mascoll and Dorcas Proverbs, 1726. PROVERBS, Dorcas (I6107)
21 "Caribbean, Marriages, 1591-1905," index, FamilySearch ( : accessed 4 February 2015), George Lyte and Sarah Conyers, 21 Aug 1690; citing Saint Michael,Barbadoes,Caribbean, reference ; FHL microfilm 1,157,923. Family (F96)
22 "England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," database, FamilySearch ( : accessed 2 May 2016), Edwin Thomas, 15 Aug 1841; citing Somerset, England, reference p 59 no 472; FHL microfilm 1,526,669. THOMAS, Edwin (I1940)
23 "England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," database, FamilySearch ( : accessed 2 May 2016), Hephzibah Thomas, 31 Jul 1820; citing Somerset, England, reference p 12 no 93; FHL microfilm 1,526,669. THOMAS, Hephzibah (I2840)
24 "Scotland, Marriages, 1561-1910," index, FamilySearch ( : accessed 20 May 2013),

Dugald Cameron and Christian Cameron, 14 Oct 1826
CAMERON, Christiana (I2223)
25 (Extract from Mitchell Library Micro-film Information)
Agnes McMillan
Agnes McMillan was sentenced at Ayr Court of Justiciary on the 3rd May 1836 on a charge of theft and sentenced to seven years transportation.
Agnes McMillan aged 16 was transported on the convict ship "Westmoreland" which charged 185 female convicts and 18 children. There was one death only on the voyage. The ships master was John Brigstock and the surgeon supt. James Ellis.
The ship departed Woolwich on the 12.08.1836 and arrived in Van Dieman's Land on the 03.12.1836. 
MCMILLAN, Agnes (I5190)
26 (Medical):15 days MALLET, Frederick Henry (I1342)
27 (Medical):Climacteric means pertaining to a critical period in human life. Decay is usually a euphemism for Old Age.
Climacteric Decay is a general decline of the vital powers, at the age of senescence without any evident cause. 
CONNOR, Hugh (I192)
28 (Medical):Dr Parker
Length of IllnessL 6 months
Last Seen: 21 Apr 1880 
SMITH, Robert (I2284)
29 (Medical):Pneumonia MCCANN, Patricia Dorothea (I2372)
30 (Research):"CLERKENWELL, a parish and suburban district of London, in the Finsbury division of the hundred of Ossulstone, in the county of Middlesex, 1 mile N. of St. Paul's.

At the time of the Conquest this parish is supposed to have formed part of the great forest of Middlesex, and to have been included under the name Isendone, as it does not appear separately in Domesday Survey. The first mention of it as Fons Clericorum, or Clerkenwell, is made by Fitz-Stephen, under the reign of Henry II., when describing the mysteries or sacred dramas, which were acted by the clerks and inferior clergy of London, who selected the well in Ray-street, now covered by the pump, as their stage, it being in the centre of gently rising grounds, which formed an extensive natural amphitheatre for the accommodation of the numerous spectators who attended on such occasions. The most celebrated of these festivals took place in 1391, in the reign of Richard II., and continued for three days, during which several sacred dramas were performed by the clerks in presence of the king and queen, attended by the whole court. In 1461 Edward IV. was proclaimed king here; and in 1603 a new way was cut through the fields, nearly in a line with the present Northampton street, to welcome the entry of James I. into London. The manor, which includes parts of this and the neighbouring parishes, retains the Saxon custom of "borough English," and has for many generations belonged to the Comptons, who formerly resided at Northampton House, a mansion occupying the site of the modern square of that name. Clerkenwell forms part of the borough of Finsbury, for which it is a place of election, and includes St. John-street, with the whole district lying between St. Sepulchre Without, the Charterhouse, and Goswell-street, covering an area of 320 acres of very uneven ground, and containing 7,088 inhabited houses. There are six squares, viz., Wilmington, which was once Spa Fields, Granville, Myddelton, Lloyd, Claremont, and St. John's. The whole is now built over, and is considered a healthy spot, having a gravel soil. Its population, according to the census of 1861, was 65,681 of whom several thousands are engaged in the watch and clock manufacture, besides jewellers, goldsmiths, enamellers, and other branches of manufacture. Here are Reid's brewery Nicholson's and other distilleries; Sadler's Wells Theatre, where Grimaldi acted; the county sessions-house, on Clerkenwell Green, built by Rogers, in place of Hick's Hall, in 1782; the county house of correction, built in 1794, at the cost of  
SMITH, Robert (I2284)
31 (Research):DNA Autosomal match - 33 shared cM longest block 13 - Y-DNA Haplogroup: O-M175 MOON, Phillip Charles (I5538)
32 (Research):Emma Lilian Prowse (born Mccann)
Gender: Female
Birth: 1909 - Mt Moriac, Victoria, Australia
Marriage: 1935 - Victoria, Australia
Death: 1965 - Queenscliff, Victoria, Australia
Parents: Clarence Newham McCann, Grace McCann (born Marendaz)
Husband: Frederick Morris Prowse
Siblings: Albert Arthur Mccann, Howard Nicholas Mccann, Clarence Leslie Mccann 
MCCANN, Emma Lillian (I3805)
33 (Research):Flaxdresser CONNOR, John (I3466)
34 (Research): JOHNSON, Rosetta (Rose) (I2871)
Service Number - QX63132 :
Date of birth - 03 Jan 1927 :
Place of birth - BRISBANE QLD :
Place of enlistment - QLD :
Item details for: B883, QX63132 
JOHNSTON, Eric Elliott (I3227)
36 (Research):Margaret Eunice Johnston
in the Australia, Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980
MCCANN, Maggie Eunice (Meg) (I485)
37 (Research):Mrs Martha Miller, Gender: F; Arrived per Parland Ship Captain: Robert Tait; Arrived: 3 Oct 1838; Arrival Status: Bounty Immigrant, at Sydney;,
Embarked from: Loch Foyle [DRY IRL] Embarked for Australia: 3 Jun 1838; Family: Y;
Marriage Status: Married; Aged: 23 years; Mar 1815,
Previous Residence: Ballykelly [DRY IRL]
Education: Reads;
Religion: Presbyterian; Employment: Dairywoman;
Father: Hugh Connor, Employment: Flax Dresser; Mother: Anne Connor,
Other Remarks: His Wife;

Original Remarks: Brought out by government; Original number:; State Records Ref.: [Biog Item No. 100318175]

Passenger Entitlement Certificates for persons on Bounty Ships 1838-1841 to Sydney & Port Phillip

Brought out by government; Original number:; State Records Ref.: [Biog Item No. 100318175]. 
CONNOR, Martha (I616)
38 (Research):NAME: CONNOR, Angus (I207)
39 (Research):Name: MALLET, Edward James (I1340)
40 (Research):Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954) Sat 31 Oct 1896 Page 2
Bankrupt : Richard Stephen King, of Goonelabah, near Lismore, labourer. Mr. Giblin, official assignee.

Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954) Wed 8 Sep 1886 Page 2

INSOLVENT MEETINGS. It is notified that a first and only meeting in the estate of Mary McCann of Teven Creek, near Ballina, will be held at the Courthouse, Ballina, on Friday, the 1st of October; and also in the insolvent estate of Richard Stephen King, a first and only meeting, will be held at the same time and place. 
KING, Richard Stephen (I1452)
41 (Research):Note names in below baptisms - McCUNN
Source Citation
Anglican Church Diocese of Sydney; Sydney, New South Wales, Australia; Baptism, Burial, Confirmation, Marriage and composite registers in the Anglican Church Diocese of Sydney Archives

Source Information
Sydney, Australia, Anglican Parish Registers, 1814-2011 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., 2017.

Original data: Sydney Diocesan Archives, Anglican Church Diocese of Sydney. Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 
MCCANN, Catherine Elizabeth Ann (Kate) (I2463)
42 (Research):On 1901 UK Census - does not appear on 1911 UK Census THOMAS, Edwin (I1940)
43 (Research):Record Transcription:
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JOHNSTON, Joseph (Joe) (I3629)
44 (Research):Sarah Chick may have married the following:
Hugh Singleton - St James, Chillington - 26 Aug 1817 - Witnesses: Thomas Chick, Elizabeth White
James White - St John, Staplegrove - 31 Mar 1823
George Durman - Walcot St Swithin, Bath - 3 Nov 1824
George Lewellin - Walcot St Swithin, Bath - 16 May 1826 
CHICK, Sarah (I4662)
45 (Research):Source:
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Albert Arthur Mccann

Albert Arthur Mccann
Birth: 1899 - Mt Moriac, Victoria, Australia
Death: 1972 - Geelong, Victoria, Australia
Parents: Clarence Newham McCann, Grace McCann (born Marendaz)
Wife: Agnes Casmere Mccann (born O'CONNOR)
Siblings: Howard Nicholas Mccann, Emma Lilian Prowse (born Mccann), Clarence Leslie Mccann 
MCCANN, Albert Arthur (I3016)
46 (Research):Unfortunately in 1922 during the Irish Civil war, the majority of Irish State, domestic and ecclesiastical records were destroyed when the IRA burnt down Custom House and irreplaceable historical records were lost. The following stories have been supplied by the Mc Cann Family from family histories traced by past members of the family, and the amazing book compiled by Peter Mc Cann, grandson of the first Peter Mc Cann who was transported to Australia as a convict

Peter McCann, was born circa 1769 in County Monaghan which is part of the historical province of Ulster, now known as Eire or the Republic of Ireland, His parentage is unknown. At about the age of 29, he was a Catholic labourer, and charges were brought against him by a Mr. Irvin for robbery at Monaghan, Ireland. He was convicted in April 1798 and was sentenced to transportation for a term of seven years.

At that time a rebellion  
MCCANN, Peter (I3521)
47 (Research):William Hill's parents are listed as Charles - carpenter - and Ann - register entry # 651 - FreeReg 1 May 2016 HILL, William (I5087)
48 05/12/1830 CAMERON, DONALD (Church registers Old Parish Registers Records 505/ 30 33) Page 33 of 158

Dugald Cameron, Tenant Glenmore and Christy Cameron, a son Donald born 5th December and died before he was baptized. 
CAMERON, Donald (I2955)
49 06/D/02/018

MCLAREN, Anne (Annie) Jane (I8673)
Family (F1576)

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