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Hodgetts in Australia
Author: Kevin Bolitho
Date: 10 Jan 2001 8:59 PM GMT

In Reply to: Thomas HODGETTS, Staffordshire then AUSTRALIS from 1790 + by: Barbara Torley

Kevin has a great bibliography on Hodgetts which I think you will want.

Hodgetts in Australia

Author: Kevin Bolitho

Date: 10 Jan 2001 8:59 PM GMT

In Reply to: Thomas HODGETTS, Staffordshire then AUSTRALIS from 1790 + by:
Barbara Torley

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Barbara,

I did not realise I had a copy of the bio. on Hodgetts at work with me.
Below is a copy. I will be in contact.

Thomas and Harriet Hodgetts

Thomas and Harriet Hodgetts, who arrived with the Second Fleet, are the
parents of John and Elizabeth Hodgetts.

John Hodgetts married Olivia Lucas on 8th April 1811 at St. Phillips
Church of England in Sydney, New South Wales.

Elizabeth Hodgetts married George Lucas on 24th February 1823 at St.
John's Church of England , Launceston, Van Diemens Land.

Origins in England

The origins of both Thomas and Harriet are uncertain.

There are two schools of thought on Thomas. The first is that he was the
son of Richard and Elizabeth Hodgetts baptised at Wednesbury,
Staffordshire, on 27th December 1763, the youngest of nine children. He
is likely to be the same Thomas Hodgetts who married Ann Duce at
Wednesbury on 27th May 1783. At least three children of this marriage
were born there - Ann (June 1783), Thomas (September 1788) and
William (April 1790). This last baptism is consistent with the conjecture
that the three children of this couple were left in England in the care of
relatives. Thomas Hodgetts was tried at the March 1787 Stafford Assizes
for the theft of a cotton gown from William and Ann Duce, who were,
presumably, his wife's relatives. He appears to have been either acquitted
or pardoned. He and his brothers, who lodged recognizances for his
appearance in Court for the 1787 trial, were gun barrel forgers by trade.
This is a further piece of evidence linking the Blacksmith Second Fleeter
to Wednesbury.

It is also possible that he was the Thomas Hodgetts baptised on 12th May
1773 at Great Barr in the parish of Aldridge (the place of the 1787 crime
for which he was acquitted or pardoned) No parents were named in the
baptism records but it has been suggested that they were John and Mary
Hodgetts buried at Great Barr in 1765 and 1763 respectively. This would
have made Thomas about 10 at his baptism. Direct descendants are
undertaking further research.

Little is known of Harriet. The problem of her consistently using the name
Harriet when it appears her maiden name may well have been Ann Duce
is explained by the common practice at the time of women using a more
common christian name either as a dimumitive , or to conform with all the
other Anns, Marys and Sarahs. Harriet was recorded as henrietta at her
burial, The two names were more or less interchangeable in the 19th
Century.

All evidence of Thomas and Harriet's origins in England is circumstantial.

Crimes, Punishment and Poverty

Thomas Hodgetts and Thomas Collier and two other men were tried at the
March 1788 assizes held at the Market Hall, Stafford, for a burglary at
Aldridge, Staffordshire, in which a flitch of bacon had been stolen. All four
were acquitted but were tried at the same assizes on another charge of
breaking into Joseph Nock's house at Rowley [Regis] and stealing a large
quantity of cloth, sheeting linsen and some clothing on 13th November
1787. The other two men were acquitted but Hodgetts and Collier were
convicted on a lesser charge of theft only and sentenced to seven years
transportation narrowly avoiding a death sentence.

On 17th May 1788, age given as 24, Hodgetts was ordered from Stafford
Gaol to the Lion hulk, moored off Gosport near Portsmouth Harbour.

In May 1789 the Home Office received a petition for mitigation of sentence
on behalf of Thomas Hodgetts signed by the minister, church-wardens
and overseers of the parish of St Mary, Whitechapel (in East London), and
by several residents of Whitechapel and Aldgate. They stated that his
wife, Harriet, and three small children were “in want Of subsistence and”
were in “deepest distress” and if released he would be given employment.
A petition of this kind was generally regarded as being motivated by a
desire to reduce parish rates when the destitute family of a convict was
settled there under the poor laws.

The judge recommended against any mitigation commenting that
witnesses had proved that Hodgetts and Collier had sold part of the stolen
property to another man. They had escaped a capital conviction for
burglary only because evidence relating to the time of the break-in had
been defective. He wrote “It appeared to me that the prisoners were part
of a very bad set and in a country which astounds with bad men, it would
be a great Encouragement to housebreaking if a slight punishment were
to be inflicted.”

In September 1789 Hodgetts lodged a second petition with the Home
Office with a confession signed by Collier in which he stated that Hodgetts
had not been concerned in the robbery, although he had been present
when the stolen items were sold. The petition was attested to by the chief
mate of the Lion hulk.

Whilst on the Lion hulk, Thomas was employed as a labourer on
fortification works and was included in a list of the "most usefull and well
behaved" convicts on the hulk who were recommended to be held back
from transportation. In spite of this, and the second petition, he was
embarked on the Scarborough transport on 29th November 1789.

His wife Harriet was one of a handful of convicts' wives who accepted the
government's offer of a passage to the colony on the Neptune. The fate of
their three children is unknown. If they accompanied their mother they
must have died on the voyage as there is no record of them in the colony.
If not they may have been left behind by their parents in the care of
relatives in England.

Thomas and Harriet in the Colony

The Second Fleet sailed from Portsmouth, England, on 17th January
1790. It arrived at the Cape of Good Hope on 13th April and sailed again
after 16 days in port. The Fleet arrived at Port Jackson (Sydney) on 28th
June, 1790.

Thomas Hodgetts worked as a blacksmith in the colony and had been
apprenticed to the trade in England. He and Harriet lived in Sydney for at
least ten years and their children John (1791), Mary (1793-1795), Mary
Maria (1795), Sarah or Sally (1797) were born there.

Thomas Hodgetts appeared at the Sydney Criminal Court in January 1800
charged with using insulting language. The First Fleet convict John
Ramsay told the court Hodgetts had “insisted on his telling him if he, the
Complainant was an Irishman or an Englishman” and afterwards knocked
him down. Hodgetts pleaded that he had been drunk at the time. The
bench reprimanded him, describing his language as "highly inflammatoty
amongst tbe different descriptions of Prisoners in this Colony". The
incident had undoubtedly arisen from a discussion of Ireland's 1798
rebellion.

By December 1800 the Hodgetts were on Norfolk Island. Thomas was a
constable and was involved in the investigation of an uprising allegedly
planned by the convicts for which two men were hanged and others
flogged. In 1805 he was recorded as a blacksmith on the Island. Children
born to the couple on the island included Elizabeth or Betsy (1801) and
James (c1804). Undoubtably Thomas and Harriet would have been
acquainted with Nathaniel and Olivia.

In 1806 the family returned to Sydney where he set up as a blacksmith.
After the removal of Governor Bligh in January 1808, Thomas Hodgetts
was appointed superintendent of government blacksmiths. He was
allowed a government-owned house which he renovated, erecting a
workshop on the allotment. On 14th July 1809, Thomas Hodgetts leased
44 rods in South Street, Sydney, under a grant of lease of the
Administrator of the Colony. The lease, like all grants made by Paterson
after the overthrow of Governor Bligh, was revoked.

In January 1810 he petitioned Governor Macquarie for confirmation of his
position and security of tenure in the lease. The petition stated that he had
been well treated by successive governors “on account of his industry
sobriety and general good Character” and now had seven children. Other
children included Daniel (1806), Hannah (1809) and Jane (1811). From
1810 the family lived in a house in South Street, Sydney Town, where
they were mustered in 1814. They appear to have moved to Pitt Town in
the Hawkesbury district by 1816. Their eldest son, John, was described
as a smith by trade at the time of his marriage, aged 19, to Olivia Lucas at
Sydney in 1811. The young man was able to write his name in the
register.

In February 1819 Thomas and Harriet sailed from Sydney on the Sinbad
with their younger children to join their son John at Norfolk Plains near
Port Dalrymple, Van Diemens Land. In October of that year, Thomas and
his son jointly held 60 acres (20 acres sown in wheat, 1 in barley, 2 in
potatoes). They owned 5 horses, 25 cattle, 600 sheep, 8 goats and 5
pigs. In 1820 Thomas was granted 60 acres at Lake River, Longford, on
which he kept a horse and 10 cattle and cultivated wheat.

Thomas died there on 27th October 1823, aged about 59 years, and was
probably buried at what became the Cypress Street Cemetery,
Launceston.

Harriet died at Longford on 30th June 1850, aged about 85 years.
SURNAME GIVEN NAMES FATHER MOTHER EVENT BORN MARRIED DIED AGE RegNo.
LUCAS, NATHANIEL born c.1764, Kingston Surrey, son of John Lucas and Mary nee Bradford. He was sentenced 7 years transportation
and arrived in Sydney 26-1-1788 on "Scarborough" (part of the "First Fleet") and died 5-6-1818 in Liverpool NSW (buried St Lukes).
OLIVIA GASCOYNE born c.1763 in Severn Stoke Worcester, arrived 26-1-1788 on "Lady Penrith" (part of the "First Fleet")
She was married 5-1-1791 in Norfolk Island to Nathaniel and died 12-6-1830 Launceston Van Diemens Land
Lucas Nathaniel William John Lucas 1760 England 1818 Launceston
Gascoyne Olivia 1763 England 1830 Launceston
Gascoyne Olivia married Lucas, Nathaniel Event: M 1791 Norfolk Is
Their 13 children: Ann 1789, Mary and Sarah 1790, William 1792, Nathaniel 1793, Olivia 1795,
John 1796, James 1798, George 1800, Charles 1801, Sarah 1803, Mary Ann 1805, Thomas 1807 (Tasm.Familylink)
Lucas Olivia Nathaniel Lucas-"First Fleet" Olivia Gascoyne-"First Fleet" 1795 Norfolk Island 1815 Longford Tas.
Lucas Olivia married John HODGETTS Event: M 1811 Sydney
HODGETTS Olivia Lucas Nathaniel Lucas Olivia Gascoyne Event: D 1851 56 Longford
Their children: Hannah 1812, Thomas 1813, Nathaniel 1815, James 1817, MaryAnn 1819, John 1821, Richard 1823,
Jane 1825, Elizabeth 1828, Sarah 1830, Harriett 1831, Hester 1835, Charles 1837(Tasm.Familylink)
HODGETTS, Thomas born 1761 Staffordshire, Eng., March 1788 Thomas was sentenced 7 years transportation (at Stafford) and arrived
in Sydney on 26/6/1790 as"Second Fleeter" on "Scarsborough"). He moved to Van Diemens Land between 1811-1819.
He married Harriet in 1790 in England, and died 27/10/1823 Norfolk Plains, buried in Launceston,Tas.
HODGETTS, Harriett (Henrietta) born 1765 England, "came free" to Australia with her husband Thomas, and died in 1850 Longford,Tas.
Their children: John 1791, Mary 1893, Maria Mary 1795, Sarah 1797, Elizabeth 1801, James 1804, Daniel c.1807,
Hannah 1808, Jane 1811, Harriet 1819
HODGETTS John HODGETTS, Thomas Henrietta (Harriett) Event: B 1791 Sydney
HODGETTS John HODGETTS, Thomas Henrietta (Harriett) Event: D 1871 81 Tasmania
HODGETTS John married Olivia Lucas Event: M 1811 Sydney
HODGETTS Hannah HODGETTS, John Olivia Lucas Event: B 1812
HODGETTS Hannah married William Dalrymple KEATING, son of James Keating in 1829 Longford Tas,
KEATING Hannah HODGETTS, John Olivia Lucas 1891 80 Woodend V.16963
JAMES KEATING (born 1753 in England) married Ann Middlebrooke 1811 Launceston Tas
KEATING, James William was tried in Dublin and sentenced to LIFE. Researcher Liz Nelson illawong@hotmail.com
He was transported from Ireland on the ship ATLAS 2, which arrived in Sydney on Oct.30, 1802.
He was subsequently convicted of theft of Stores and hanged at Hobart on April 14, 1806.
ANN MIDDLEBROOK born 1755-7 England (FamilySearch Microfiche 1553858), was tried in Stafford, England and sentenced to 18 years.
Ann Middlebrooke was transported from England as a convict on the ship GLATTON, which arrived in Sydney on March 11, 1803.
She must have met James Keating whilst in Sydney, apparently married him and became pregnant Feb.1804.
She arrived at Port Dalrymple Tas. on HMS "Buffalo" and gave birth immediately to a son (William Dalrymple Keating)
on November 11, 1804. He was not christened until March 10, 1811 - when Ann Keating (widow) married Joseph Edmonds(T.84)
She died 1841 Longford,Tas.
KEATING JAMES married ANN MIDDLEBROOK
KEATING Wm Dalrymple JAMES KEATING ANN MIDDLEBROOK Event: B born 11/11/1804 Launceston T.203
KEATING Wm Dalrymple Event: D 1884 81 Rockbank/Melton V.779
Following the death of James Wm KEATING in 1806, Ann married Joseph Edmonds 10-3-1811 (T.84)
A Joseph Edmonds died 1859 Hartly NSW age 75 (N.3353)
KEATING Wm Dalrymple (born11/11/1804) married Elizabeth Aldgate (born c.1808 Tasmania) on 16/3/1824 Launceston T.764
Elizabeth Aldgate Event: D possibly 1827 or 1828
KEATING James William Elizabeth Aldgate Event: B born 27/3/1825 Launceston T. 1949
KEATING William William Elizabeth Aldgate Event: B born 1/11/1826 Launceston T. 2500
KEATING Thomas could be son of William Keating and Elizabeth Aldgate, born 1828, christened 16/5/1829
KEATING Wm Dalrymple(bc) married Hannah HODGETTS(bc) Event: M 9/1/1829 T.1310
HODGETTS, Hannah born 1812 Sydney, married Wm Dalrymple 1829 Longford Tas, died 1891 Woodend (buried as Susanah Keating) aged 80
KEATING Hannah HODGETTS, John(bc) Olivia Lucas(bc) Event: D 1812 1891 Woodend aged 80 V.16963
KEATING Wm Dalrymple(bc) married Hannah HODGETTS(bc) Event: M 9/1/1829 T.1310
HODGETTS, Hannah born 1812 Sydney, married Wm Dalrymple 1829 Longford Tas, died 1891 Woodend (buried as Susanah Keating) aged 80
KEATING Hannah HODGETTS, John(bc) Olivia Lucas(bc) Event: D 1812 1891 Woodend aged 80 V.16963
1 KEATING Thomas Keating Wm Dalrymple Hannah HODGETTS Event: B Christened 1828 Launceston T.3586
KEATING Thomas married Susanna Miller(1831-1908) Event: M 1849 Westbury,Tas T.732
KEATING Susanna Miller Miller, Frederick Elizabeth 1833 1908 Hobart T.5001E
KEATING Thomas Keating Wm Dalrymple Hannah HODGETTS Event: D 1894 64 Deloraine.Tas T.116
KEATING Isabella Susanna Thomas Susanna Miller Event: B 1850 Westbury T. 1230
KEATING Isabella Susanna (18) married Henry HODGETTS (22) 1867 Longford T. 460
KEATING Isabella Susanna Thomas Susanna Miller Event: D 1930 Cressy, Tasmania
KEATING William Dalrymple Thomas Susanna Miller Event: B 1852 Westbury T.707
KEATING William Dalrymple Thomas Susanna Miller Event: D
KEATING Thomas Thomas Susanna Miller Event: B 1854 Westbury T.1350
KEATING Thomas Thomas Susanna Miller Event: D 1922 Deloraine
KEATING F Thomas Susanna Miller Event: B 1857 Westbury T. 2113
KEATING James John Thomas Susanna Miller Event: B 1859 Westbury T. 2271
KEATING James Thomas Susanna Miller Event: D 1861 1 Longford T.602
KEATING Fanny Matilda Thomas Susanna Miller Event: B 1861 Westbury
KEATING Emma Jane Thomas Susanna Miller Event: B 1858
KEATING Emma Jane (21) married Charles HODGETTS (23) Event: M 1879 21 Deloraine T. 24
KEATING Emma Jane Thomas Susanna Miller Event: D
KEATING Leslie (Paddy) Thomas Susanna Miller Event: B Westbury
KEATING Donald Thomas Susanna Miller Event: B Westbury
KEATING Audrey Thomas Susanna Miller Event: B Westbury
KEATING Henry Samuel Thomas Susanna Miller Event: B 1863 Westbury T. 972
KEATING Henry Samuel (Samuel Henry 23) married Louisa Jane S. Miller Event: M 4-3-1887 W.D.Ktg's home,Deloraine T.65
KEATING Henry Samuel Thomas Susanna Miller Event: D
KEATING Louisa Jane S. Miller Event: D born 30-10-1867 d.4/01/1926
KEATING Samuel Charles Henry Samuel Louisa Jane S. Miller Event: B born 26-7-1886 d.1965
KEATING Audrey Muriel(Jean) Henry Samuel Louisa Jane S. Miller Event: B born 17-11-1898 d.16/04/1914
KEATING Leonard Tasman. Henry Samuel Louisa Jane S. Miller Event: B born 13-7-1896 Deloraine, d.10/01/1974 Brisbane
KEATING Leonard Tasman. married Ethel Maug Gleadhill Event: M 1921 Brisbane
KEATING Maurice Leonard Leonard Tasman. Ethel Maug Gleadhill Event: B born 30/10/1921
KEATING Valva Grace Leonard Tasman. Ethel Maug Gleadhill Event: B born 1/12/1926
KEATING Tasman Samuel Leonard Tasman. Ethel Maug Gleadhill Event: B born 2/05/1930
KEATING John Thomas Leonard Tasman. Ethel Maug Gleadhill Event: B born 9/06/1935
KEATING Frederick George Thomas Susanna Miller Event: B 1866 Westbury T.1553
KEATING Jemima Maria Thomas Susanna Miller Event: B 1868 Westbury T. 1550
KEATING Jemima Maria (21) married Henry Jackson (28) Event: M 1897 T. 611
KEATING Eric James Fawkner unknown Keating, Jemima Maria Event: B 1895 T. 468
KEATING Eric James Fawkner-if he came to Woodend - could be Rev.E.J.Keating (RC)
KEATING Ruby Maude unknown Keating, Jemima Maria Event: B 1890 T. 1082
2 KEATING John Keating Wm Dalrymple Hannah HODGETTS Event: B 1831-not listed in Tasmania
KEATING John married Fanny WOOD Event: M 1866 AT SEA V. 2778
KEATING John Keating Wm Dalrymple Hannah HODGETTS Event: D 1831 1889 58 Woodend V.19390
KEATING Fanny Wood William Mary REYNOLDS Event: D 1845 1920 75 Woodend V.16801
Fanny and John had eight children
KEATING James Wm Dalrymple Keating Jno Fanny WOOD Event: B 1867 WOODEND V.19157
KEATING James Wm Dalrymple Keating Jno Fanny WOODS Event: D 1868 8m WOODEND V.5412
KEATING Georgina Alice Maria Keating Jno Fanny WOOD Event: B 1868 WOODEND V.20507
KEATING Georgina Alice Maria Gough Danl Wm Event: M 1889 V.5019
KEATING Georgina Alice Maria Keating Jno Fanny WOODS Event: D
GOUGH Danl Wm Event: D
KEATING Albert Edward Keating Jno Fanny WOOD Event: B 1876 WOODEND V.6240
KEATING Albert Edward Ellen Foskett Stockton Event: M 1903 WOODEND V.7657
KEATING Ellen Foskett Stockton Event: D November 16 1970
KEATING Albert Edward Keating Jno Fanny WOODS Event: D 1962 86 H'BERG V.20143
KEATING Norman Albert Edward Ellen Foskett Stockton Event: B 1907 V.2949
KEATING Norman Albert Edward Ellen Foskett Stockton Event: D 1907 V.773
KEATING Dorothy Edith Albert Edward Ellen Foskett Stockton Event: B 1908 CLIFT.HILL V.25930
KEATING James Russell Albert Edward Ellen Foskett Stockton Event: B 1912 ARM V.8441
KEATING Jessie Mabel Keating Jno Fanny WOOD Event: B 1870 WOODEND V.20312
KEATING Jessie Mabel Keating Jno Fanny WOOD Event: D 1871 1921 50 WOODEND V.3931
KEATING John Charles Oliver Keating Jno Fanny WOOD Event: B 1872 WOOD V.27249
KEATING John Charles Oliver Keating Jno Fanny WOODS Event: D 1872 1924 52 WOODEND V.16492
KEATING John Charles Oliver GIBBS Mary Elizth (May) Event: M 1895 WOODEND V.5432
KEATING Mary Elizth Gibbs Gibbs, Edw. Isabella McFarlane Event: D 1953 85 YEA V.17740
two children
KEATING Beryl May Jno Chas Oliver Mary Elizth GIBBS Event: B 1898 WOODEND V.23220
KEATING Beryl May Jno Chas Oliver Mary Elizth GIBBS Event: D 1951 52 PARKVILLE V.5322
KEATING Jno Edw Jno Chas Mary Elizth GIBBS Event: B 1897 WOODEND V.23831
KEATING Jno Edw Jno Chas Mary Elizth GIBBS Event: D
KEATING Jno Edw (25) BOWDEN BALL Lily Rosabel (30) Event: M 1923 V.444
KEATING Lily Rosabel Bowden Ball Fr Jane Patterson BARRETT Event: D 1892 died 11/04/1965 73 MALV V.6856
three children
KEATING Joan Keating John Edward Lillian BOWDEN BALL Event: B
KEATING Joan married Barry POWIS Event: M (3 children-Andrew,Gillian, and Heather)
KEATING Joan remarried George STEELE Event: M
KEATING Lois Patricia Keating John Edward Lillian BOWDEN BALL Event: B 1924
KEATING Lois Patricia Keating John Edward Lillian BOWDEN BALL Event: D 1924 1973 49 MTWA V.17219
KEATING Lois Patricia married Ron HADLEY Event: M (2 boys-Michael,David-5-9-1954)
KEATING John Frederick Keating John Edward Lily Ros BOWDEN BALL Event: B 1928
KEATING John Frederick John Edward Lily Ros BOWDEN BALL Event: D 1977 49 MOON V.17069
KEATING Edith Maud Mary Keating Jno Fanny WOOD Event: B 1875 WOODEND V.6333
KEATING Edith Maud Mary Keating Jno Fanny WOODS Event: D
KEATING James Wm Dalrymple Keating Jno Fanny WOOD Event: B 1877 WOODEND V.12481
KEATING James Wm Dalrymple Nellie Event: M
KEATING Nellie (ELLEN) Rogerson, Matthew Elizabeth Ritchie Event: D 1882 1961 79 V.8679
(Matthew Rogerson married Elizabeth Rtichie in 1880 V.4793)
KEATING Jas Wm Dalrymple Keating Jno Fanny WOOD Event: D 1877 1951 74 WOODEND V.19811
William Alexander Blake was aged 23 when he married Elizabeth Rogerson in 1877- they had 6 children.
Blake died 1915 in Prahran aged 61.
KEATING Arth Tass Keating Jno Fanny WOOD Event: B 1879 WOODEND V.12959
KEATING Arth Tass married Agnes Crowe Event: M 1909 V.3198
KEATING Agnes James Crowe Hannah Event: D 1884 1954 70 WOODEND V.17676
KEATING Arth Tass Keating Jno Fanny WOODS Event: D 1945 66 WOODEND V.23642
3 KEATING Maryann Keating Wm Dalrymple Hannah HODGETTS Event: B 1833
KEATING Maryann married Edward Simmonds Event: M 1854 Launceston
SIMMONDS Wm Dalrymple Edward Simmonds Maryann Keating Event: B 1858 V.19320
4 KEATING Susannah Keating Wm Dalrymple Hannah HODGETTS Event: B 1835 Longford T.7356
KEATING Susannah married Charles Miller Event: M 1854
MILLER Susannah Event: D
5 KEATING Sarah Keating Wm Dalrymple Hannah HODGETTS Event: B 1836 Longford T.7391
6 KEATING Elizabeth Keating Wm Dalrymple Hannah HODGETTS Event: B 1838 Longford T.9098
7 KEATING Maria Keating Wm Dalrymple Hannah HODGETTS Event: B 1839 Longford T.1179
KEATING Maria married John Evans Event: M
EVANS Stanley Dalrymple John Evans Maria Event: B
EVANS Maria Keating Wm Dalrymple Hannah HODGETTS Event: D 1909 68 Woodend
8 KEATING F Keating Wm Dalrymple Hannah HODGETTS Event: B 1839 Launceston T.185
9 KEATING Eliza Keating Wm Dalrymple Hannah HODGETTS Event: B 1841 Launceston T719
KEATING Eliza Keating Wm Dalrymple Hannah HODGETTS Event: D 1838 1906 68 E.MELB V.10131
10 KEATING Henrietta Keating Wm Dalrymple Hannah HODGETTS Event: B 1843 Longford T.2252
11 KEATING Jane Keating Wm Dalrymple Hannah HODGETTS Event: B 1845 (T.620) 1846 1 Longford T.53
12 KEATING George Keating Wm Dalrymple Hannah HODGETTS Event: B 1847 Longford T.794
KEATING George married Martha Selman Event: M 1878 V.3809
KEATING Martha Jane Selmen Alfred Saxon Unknown UNKNOWN Event: D 1854 1949 95 WOODEND V.19635
KEATING George Keating Wm Dalrymple Hannah HODGETTS Event: D 1920 72 WOODEND V.16803
KEATING Alfred William Dalrymple Keating Geo Martha Jane SELMAN Event: B 1875 WOODEND V.26718
KEATING Alfred William Dalrymple Event: M
KEATING Alfred William Dalrymple Keating Geo Martha Jane SELMAN Event: D
KEATING Elsie Ivy May Keating Geo Martha Jane SELMAN Event: B 1882 WOODEND V.26669
KEATING Elsie Ivy May Keating Geo Martha Jane SELMAN Event: D 1926 43 WOODEND V.12254
KEATING Howard John George Martha Jane SELMAN Event: B 1887 WOODEND V.33034
KEATING Howard Jno Keating Geo Martha Jane SELMAN Event: D 1946 59 WOODEND V.23978
KEATING Reginald Gordon Keating George Martha SELMAN Event: B 1894 WOODEND V.34157
KEATING Reginald Gordon Keating George Martha SELMAN Event: D 1936 41 WOODEND V.16402
KEATING Albert Saxon Keating George Martha SELMAN Event: B 1897 WOODEND
KEATING Albert Saxon Keating George Martha SELMAN Event: D 1968 74 CASTLEMAINE V.14956
KEATING Harrie Frank Selman Keating George Martha SELMAN Event: B 1887
KEATING Harrie Frank Selman Keating George Martha SELMAN 1968 81 KYNETON V.6641
KEATING Percy Roy Keating George Martha SELMAN Event: B 1892
KEATING Percy Roy Keating George Martha SELMAN Event: D 1967 75 KYNETON V.15007
13 KEATING Emma Keating Wm Dalrymple Hannah HODGETTS Event: B 1848 Longford T.1002
KEATING Emma Event: D 1848 1849 1 Westbury T.18
14 KEATING Ellen Keating Wm Dalrymple Hannah HODGETTS Event: B 1850 Westbury T.1258
15 KEATING Tasmania Dalrymple Keating Wm Dalrymple Hannah HODGETTS Event: B 1852 Westbury T.716
KEATING Tasmania Dalrymple married Ruby Rachael Edmonds Event: M 1918 V.2462
KEATING Tasmania Dalrymple Keating Wm Dalrymple Hannah HODGETTS Event: D 1879 25 V.3388
KEATING Wm Dalrymple Keating Wm Dalrymple Hannah HODGETTS Event: B 1919 ArDale V.8254
16 KEATING Edward Simmonds Keating Wm Dalrymple Hannah HODGETTS Event: B 1855 Melb V.931
KEATING Edward Simmonds married Mary Ann Jane Morand
Mary Ann Jane Morand b.1857 (parents: Daniel Morand married Mary McDonnell in Gisborne V.14430)
KEATING Ellen Alice May Edward Simmonds Mary Ann Jane Morand Event: B 1884 V.17209
KEATING Edward W.Danl. Edward Simmonds Mary Ann Jane Morand Event: B 1890 MELTON V.15377
KEATING Tasmania Dalrymple Edward Simmonds Mary Ann Jane Morand Event: B 1895 V.14383
KEATING Hy.Ernest Edward Simmonds Mary Ann Jane Morand Event: B 1898 V.5072
KEATING Mary Rosalie Edward Simmonds Mary Ann Jane Morand Event: B 1900 V.12954
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