Germaine Ancestry

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Jarmey and Germaine were used interchangably in Co Norfolk.[655] Some of the many known variations of the name include Germy, Jermei, Jermye, Jerma, Jermie, Jarmy, Jannye, Jeremy, Jerimey, Germa, Germany, Germaine, Germain, Jermeny, Jermey, Jarma, Jarmany, Jermany, Jermay, Jermey and Jermi.[655] Several possibilities have been suggested as to the origin of the name. One suggestion is that it is an old English form of Jeremiah, either a christian name becomming a surname or meaning "son of Jeremiah".[655] In the 18th century most Jarmey's or Jermey's in England could be found in the counties of Norfolk & Suffolk with a few families living in London. The name was rare elsewhere in England.[655] James may have been the James, s/o John & Elizabeth, baptised 4/2/1735, St Mary in the Marsh, Co Norwich.[655]


1. James Jarmey,[655] probably born between 1740-1750 (from DOM & DOB of issue). Married Anne Rayner, 8/2/1768, St Julian, Norwich, Co Norfolk, England.[655] Ann died 1813 & buried 17/10/1813, St Etheldreda, Norwich, Co Norfolk, England (75yo).[655] Resided 1813, St Julian, Norwich, Co Norfolk, England.[655]

Children of James Jarmey & Anne Rayner:
*
i.
 
Anne Jarmey, baptised 1/10/1769, St Julian, Norwich, Co Norfolk, England.[655] Baptism also registered St Etheldreda, Norwich, Co Norfolk, England.[655]
ii.

James Jarmy, baptised 25/8/1771, St Etheldreda, Norwich, Co Norfolk, England.[655]
iii.Rebecca Germany, baptised 6/9/1772, St Lawrence, Norwich, Co Norfolk, England.[655]
iv.

Sarah Jermey, baptised 6/3/1774, St Julian, Norwich, Co Norfolk, England.[655]
v.

James Jermey, baptised 26/12/1775, St Julian, Norwich, Co Norfolk, England.[655]
vi.

Robert Jermey, baptised 1/3/1778, St Julian, Norwich, Co Norfolk, England.[655]
vii.
Dinah Jermey, baptised 7/4/1779, St Julian, Norwich, Co Norfolk, England.[655] Died 1796 & buried 22/5/1796, St Etheldreda, Norwich, Co Norfolk, England (18yo).[655]

viii.
Susanna Jarmy, baptised 21/12/1783, St Julian, Norwich, Co Norfolk, England.[655] Died 1786 & buried 26/6/1786, St Etheldreda, Norwich, Co Norfolk, England (2yo).[655]

ix.
Alice Jarmy, baptised 11/11/1785, St Julian, Norwich, Co Norfolk, England.[655] Died 1786 & buried 24/10/1786, St Etheldreda, Norwich, Co Norfolk, England (1yo).[655]
x.James Jarmy, baptised 18/3/1788, St Julian, Norwich, Co Norfolk, England.[655] Died 1847 & buried 16/11/1847, St Julian, Norwich, Co Norfolk, England (63yo).[655] Resided 1847, St Andrew, Norwich, Co Norfolk, England.[655]

   
     

1.1. Ann Germaine, born c.1769.[4,15] Baptised 1/10/1769, St Julian, Norwich, Co Norfolk, England.[655] Baptism also registered St Etheldreda, Norwich, Co Norfolk, England.[655] Died 2/3/1823, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4,250] Buried 3/3/1823, Left section, Row 20, Plot 12,[619] St Matthew's Church of England, Windsor, NSW, Australia (Ann Howell, 53yo).[4,619] Ann was convicted 26/7/1790, Norwich City Assizes, Co Norfolk, England,[15,430] & sentenced to transportation for 7 years, then 20yo.[15] Transported to Port Jackson (Sydney), NSW, Australia on the "Mary Ann", departing 16/2/1791 & arriving 9/7/1791.[15,425,430,432] At the time of her death Ann had recieved her freedom by the expiration of her sentence.[250] Ann moved to Windsor after she parted with her second partner, Samuel Howell, in 1805.[425] In 1806 Ann Jormouyne, per Mary Ann, was listed as a concubine with 3 male and 2 female natural children.[432,433] The same year she was listed as a housekeeper living with Bishop Thompson.[425] In the 1811 muster Ann was listed as Samuel Howell's wife.[432] In 6/1811 Ann was on the list of people to receive land grants in the Hawkesbury district, in her own right (indicating she was the head of  her household & did not have a partner at the time).[425] In 1814 Ann resided at Windsor, NSW, Australia,[425] with two children, listed as the 'wife of Samuel Howell',[430] listed as "off stores", that is she was purchasing (or growing) her own victuals & not relying on Government handouts.[432] In 1822 Ann was listed as being 'married' to J. Eager (not present).[22] {If J. Eager was the John Agar who died 1810, the change in her surname possibly reflects the awareness that Samuel Howell had acquired another 'spouse' & that she could no longer claim to be his 'wife'}
Partner Thomas B. Tambleton (no record of marriage, presumably a defacto relationship).[4,425] Thomas was a sailor on the 'Mary Ann'.[425] He appears to have remained with the ship when it returned to England.[425]
Partner 2nd Samuel Howell (no record of marriage, presumably a defacto relationship).[425,430,432] Samuel Howell & Ann (Germaine) were listed consecutively in the 1800 Muster (suggesting but not proving they were living together).[425] Separated 1805.[425] By March 1805 Samuel was advertising that he was no longer liable to Ann's debts (effectively an announcement of a defacto divorce):
"Notice: Samuel Howell gives this public notice that no person shall credit his wife on his Account as he will not be responsible for any debt she may contract. Sydney, March 10 1805.(Gazette 24/3/1805)"[442]
A similar notice was published the following month: "Notice: Samuel Howell gives this public notice that no person shall credit his wife on his Account as he will not be responsible for any debt she may contract.(Sydney Gazette 14/4/1805)"[432,442]
Partner 3rd Bishop Thompson (no record of marriage, presumably a defacto relationship).[425] {It is quite possible Ann knew Bishop prior to her transportation - they were both convicted on the same day at the Norwich City Assizes} Bishop Thompson was tried at Norwich, July 1790, and sentenced to 7 years transportation, arriving 28/8/1791 on the 'William & Ann'.[15,425] In 1799 Bishop was in the Hawkesbury district, NSW, Australia, where he was involved in an aboriginal shooting case.[425] In 1800 he was Free by Servitude and renting 20 acres from Palmer at Hawkesbury.[425] Bishop remained in the Hawkesbury area, gaining a land grant in 1821, and another in 1825 at Richmond.[425] By 1828, at the age of 52, he was a labourer to Peter Hough of Richmond.[425] No further record of him has been found.[425]
Partner 4th J. Eager.[425] Possibly the John Agar who arrived at Port Jackson in 1797 on the 'Britannia'.[425] John died 1810,[4,425] & burial registered St Phillip, Church of England, Sydney, NSW, Australia (42yo).[4] In 1806 John had a Ticket of Leave & was self-employed.[425] If John Agar/Eager was Ann's 4th partner, it would explain why at least some of her children with Samuel Howell returned to live with Samuel between 1810-1815.[425] The surname Eager (and variants including Egg) occured numerous times in connection with the family.[425] Hannah, d/o Ann Germaine & Samuel Howell, recorded her maiden name as Hannah Egg on the baptism of her son William Kippax in 1827.[425] According to [654] his name was James Edgar, a former convict (however this source contains many errors).[654]
Resided 1800, Sydney, NSW, Australia (with Samuel Howell).[432] Resided 1806, Windsor, NSW, Australia (concubine of Bishop Thompson with 5 children).[425,432,433] Resided 1811, Windsor, NSW, Australia (as w/o Samuel Howell).[425,432] Resided 1814, Windsor, NSW, Australia (as w/o Samuel Howell, 2 children).[430,432] Resided 1822, Windsor, NSW, Australia (as w/o J. Eager, 1 child).[425] Resided 1823, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4,250]

Children of Ann Germaine & Thomas B. Tambleton:

i.
 
Margaret Tambleton, baptised 15/1/1792, St Phillip, Church of England, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4,425] Died 1792 & burial registered St Phillip, Church of England, Sydney, NSW, Australia (inf).[4]

Children of
Ann Germaine & Samuel Howell:
* i.
 
Henry Howell, born c.1794,[4,250] Port Jackson, NSW, Australia.[250]
* ii.

Maria Howell, born c.1796, Port Jackson, NSW, Australia.[250,432]
* iii.

Hannah Howell,[4,235,236] born 1795[4,66]/1797[234]/1800[235]/1803,[425] Sydney, NSW, Australia.[66]
iv.

son, born before 1806.[432,433] Living his mother, Ann Germaine, 1806.[432,433] {Unknown if a son of Samuel or was a son of Ann Germaine to a different father - Ann had at least 4 known partners}

Children of Ann Germaine & Bishop Thompson:

i.
 
Charles Thompson, born c.1805, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[425] Living his mother, Ann Germaine, 1806.[432,433] Died 9/1811, Hawkesbury, NSW, Australia (6yo).[425] Charles died as the result of being badly burnt.[425]

Children of Ann Germaine & J. Eagar:
*
i.
 
Sophia Bishop, born 1807/1808, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[432] {Father uncertain, possibly d/o Bishop Thompson or J. Eager}
*
ii.

Dinah Eager/Egg/Howell, born 1807/1810, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[425,432]

   
   

1.1.1. Sophia Bishop, born 1807/1808, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[432] Died 7/10/1850 & Sussex Street South, Sydney, NSW, Australia (42yo).[620] Burial recorded 8/10/1850, Scots Church Presbyterian, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4,620] {Sophia's death does not list her parents, however in 1822 she was listed as the sister of Maria Howell.[425]}
"Died at her residence, Sussex-street South, yesterday morning, Sophia, wife of Alexander Dykes, millwright, aged 42, leaving a numerous family to deplore their loss.(SMH 8/10/1850)"[620]
"The Friends of the late Mrs. Sophia Dykes are respectfully invited to attend her funeral. The procession to move from the residence of Mr. Alexander Dykes, Sussex-street South, precisely at 4 o'clock, This Afternoon, October 8th. No Circulars will be issued. John Hill, Junr, Undertaker.(SMH 8/10/1850)"[620]
Living with mother, 1814, WIndsor, NSW, Australia.[425] In 1822, as Sophia Bishop, was a servant of William Bruce & listed as a sister of hiswife, Maria nee Howell (see above).[425,432] Sophia resided 1822, 1825, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[432] Married Alexander Dykes, 1827, Scots Church Presbyterian, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4,432] Sophia was 19yo at the time of the marriage & married as Sophia Bishop.[432] Alexander born c.1802, died 1853 & burial recorded 8/9/1853, Scots Church Presbyterian, Sydney, NSW, Australia (51yo).[4,621]
"The friends of the late Mr. Alexander Dykes are respectfully requested to attend his funeral, which will take place this afternoon, at 3 o'clock precisely. The procession will move from his late residence, Sussex-street, two doors from the Victoria Foundry, at the above time mentioned. Jno. Hill, Jun., and Son, 107, King-street.(SMH 8/9/1853)"[621]
Alexander emigrated to Australia from Leith, Scotland, departing 1/1/1824 & arriving Sydney 16/10/1824 on the "Portland".[622]
"On Saturday arrived the Australian Company's ship Portland, Captain William Snell, from Leith, which she left on lst of April, she touched at Rio da Janeiro, sailed thence on the 10th of July, and left the Derwent on the 3rd instant. Her cargo consists of sundries. No ships had arrived from England at the Derwent when she left. She brings the following passengers from Leith — Mr John Thompson, Mr. John Wallace, Mr W?? Owen Davis, Mrs Davis, Mr Robert Campbell, Miss Campbell, Mr Alexander Kinghorn, sen, Mr Alexander Kinghorn, jun. Mr. John Kinghorn, Miss Ellen Kinghorn, Miss Elizabeth Kinghorn, Miss Isabella Kinghorn, Mr John Seaton, Mr Alexander Dykes ...(Australian 21/10/1824)"[622]
On 1/7/1823 Alexander aquired an allotment on Elizabeth Street, Sydney, of which he was still in possession in 1831:
"Town Allotments - Parish of St. Lawrence. Alexander Dykes, ac. 0, 0 r. 11 p. Eleven perches, bounded on the east by Elizabeth-street, bearing north 3 degrees 15 minutes west 69 links; on the north by No. 3 allotment, bearing west 2 degrees south 10.1 links; on the west by No. 25 allotment, bearing south 3 degrees east 72 links; and on the south by No. 1 allotment, bearing east 2 degrees 30 minutes north lol links, being allotment No. 2 of section 15.-Quit rent, 5s 6d sterling per annum, commencing 1st July, 1823.(SMH 24/10/1831)"[623]
Resided 1850, 1853, Sussex Street South, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[620,621]

Children of Sophia Bishop & Alexander Dykes:
i.
 
James Henry Dykes, baptised 1834, Scots Church Presbyterian, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4,425] Died 1867, Sydney, NSW, Australia (35yo).[4,425] Married Bridget Fox, 1853, Bungonia & Goulburn Presbyterian, NSW, Australia.[4,425] Resided 1857, George Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[624] Resided 1862, Victoria Street, Ultimo, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[625]
Children: (a)
 
Jane Sophia Dykes,[425] born 1856, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1934, Artarmon, Sydney, NSW, Australia (78yo).[4] Married James William Ward, 1876, Balmain, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] James born 1851 & died 1927, Artarmon, Sydney, NSW, Australia (76yo).[4]
Children: (1)
 
Mary Alice Ward, born 1877, Balmain, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1949, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(2)
Stratford Ward, born 1879, Balmain, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1953, Lismore, NSW, Australia.[4]
(3)Blanche E. Ward, born 1881, Balmain, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1973, Burwood, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married William J. Delaney, 1905, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(4)James William Ward, born 1883, Balmain, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1883, Balmain, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(5)Gertrude Ward, born 1886, Balmain, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(6)Vera S. Ward, born 1889, Balmain, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(7)Gladston Ward, born 1892, Balmain, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(b)
William Andrew Dykes.[425]
(c)Elizabeth Dykes, born 13/6/1857, George Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4,624]
"On the 13th instant, at her residence, George-street, Mrs. James H. Dykes, of a daughter.(SMH 16/6/1857)"[624]
Died 5/7/1862, Victoria Street, Ultimo, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4,425,625]
"On the 5th July, at the residence of her parents, Victoria-street, Ultimo, Elizabeth, second daughter of James and Bridget Dykes, aged 5 years.(SMH 8/7/1862)"[625]
(d)Janet Dykes, baptised 1859, Wesleyan Methodist, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4,425] Died 1916, Marrickville, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married James William Tibbetts, 1882, Ryde, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
Children: (1)
 
William James Tibbets, born 1884, Centeral Cumberland, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1887, Berrima, NSW, Australia.[4]
(2)
Leslie John Tibbetts, born 1885, Robertson, NSW, Australia.[4]
(3)Millicent Tibbetts, born 1887, Berrima, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Alfred Knight, 1907, Bathurst, NSW, Australia.[4]
(4)Stanley G. Tibbetts, born 1891, Berrima, NSW, Australia.[4]
(5)Flora I. Tibbetts, born 1895, Ryde, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1897, Glebe, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(6)Ray Allan Tibbetts, born 1899, Ryde, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1959, Burwood, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
ii.

Alexander Dykes, baptised 1838, Scots Church Presbyterian, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4,425] Died 1872, Grafton, NSW, Australia.[4,425] Married Mary Ann Mitchelhill, 22/2/1865, Wesleyean Church, Grafton, NSW, Australia.[4,425,626]
"Dykes-Mitchellhill - At the Wesleyan Church, Grafton, on Wednesday, the 22nd instant, by the Rev. W. T. Mayne, Alexander Dykes, to Mary Ann, third daughter of Mr. James Mitchelhill, both residents of Grafton.(Advertiser 26/2/1865)"[626]
Resided 1865, 1867, Alice Street, Grafton, NSW, Australia.[628,629] Resided 1870, Mary Street, Grafton, NSW, Australia.[630] Resided 1871, Queen Street, Grafton, NSW, Australia.[627]
Children: (a)
 
William J. Dykes, born 6/12/1865, Alice Street, Grafton, NSW, Australia.[4,629]
"Dykes - On the 6th instant, at her residence, Alice-street, Grafton, the wife of Mr. Alexander Dykes, of a son.(Advertiser 12/12/1865)"[629]
Died 1919, Hurstville, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Henrietta Lucy Smith, 1890, Grafton, NSW, Australia.[4] Henrietta, d/o Harry & Mary Ann, died 1945, North Sydney, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
Children: (1)
 
Jack Lloyd Dykes, born 1892, Grafton, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1962, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Beatrice Sands, 1920, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(2)
Mary K. Dykes, born 1896, Grafton, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1919, St Leonards, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(b)
Clarence Mitchell Dykes, born 11/10/1867, Alice Street, Grafton, NSW, Australia.[4,628]
"Dykes - On Friday, 11th instant, at her residence, Alice-street, Grafton, the wife of Mr. Alexander Dykes, of a son.(Advertiser 15/10/1867)"[628]
Died 1940, Hornsby, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(c)Frederick Alexander Dykes, born 1869, Grafton, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 18/4/1870, Mary Street, Grafton, NSW, Australia.[4]
"Deaths. Dykes - On the 18th instant, at his parents residence, Mary-street, Grafton, Frederick Alexander, the beloved child of Alexander and Mary Ann Dykes, aged 8 months and 4 days.(Advertiser 19/4/1870)"[630]
(d)Jessie Isabella Dykes, born 15/2/1871, Queen Street, Grafton, NSW, Australia.[4,627]
"Dykes - On Wednesday, 15th instant, at her residence, Queen-street, Grafton, Mrs. Alexander Dykes, of a daughter.(Advertiser 28/2/1871)"[627]
Died 1960, Chatswood, Sydney, NSW, Australia (unmarried).[4]
iii.

Sophia Dykes, baptised 1842, St Andrew's Scots Church Presbyterian, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4,425] Died 1915, Redfern, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
iv.

Elizabeth Jane Dykes, baptised 1846, St Andrew's Scots Church Presbyterian, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4,425] No marriage or death found to date.
v.

Janet Dykes, baptised 1848, St Andrew's Scots Church Presbyterian, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4,425] Died 8/7/1933, No.45 Foord Avenue, Hurlstone Park, Canterbury, Sydney, NSW, Australia (84yo).[4,636]
"Camper - July 8, 1933, at her residence, 45 Foord-avenue, Hurlstone Park, Janet, widow of John Wilkinson Camper, aged 84 years.(SMH 10/7/1933)"[636]
Buried 10/7/1933, Church England Cemetery, Rookwood, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[635]
"Camper - The Relatives and Friends of the late Mrs Janet Camper are Invited to attend her Funeral: to leave 45 Foord-avenue, Hurlstone Park. This day at 2.15 p.m., by road, for the Church England Cemetery, Rookwood. Friends travelling by funeral train alight at No. 1 Mortuary and proceed to Section T. Geo. Andrews, 237-9 Liverpool-road, Ashfield.(SMH 10/7/1933)"[635]
Married John Wilkinson Camper, 1873, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4,425] John, s/o Henry & Elizabeth, died 1930, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Buried 8/12/1930, Church of England section, Rookwood, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[634]
"Camper.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. John W. Camper and Family are invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved husband and their father; to leave 45 Foord-avenue, Hurlstone Park, this day, at 2 p.m., for Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood, by road, per motor service, via No. 1 Cemetery Platform, Section C. T. J. Andrews, Funeral Director, 21-25 Enmore-road, Newtown.
Camper.-The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Camper, Mr. and Mrs. C. Camper, Mr. and Mrs. J. Clancy. Mr. and Mrs. E. Harris, and Families, are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly beloved father and grand-father; to leave his late residence, 45 Foorde avenue, Hurlstone Park, this day, at 2 p.m., for Rookwood Cemetery.(SMH 8/12/1930)"[634]
In 1883 John was declared insolvent:
"Insolvency Court - Surrenders. John Wilkinson Camper, of Balmain, auctioneer. Liabilities 50, assets 194 15s. Mr. L. T. Lloyd; official assgnee.(Town & Country 7/4/1883)"[631]
In 1906 was a witness in the trial of Frederick Burcher, John's employer, who was charged with 'perverting the course of justice' regarding the estate of Captain Lindfor:
"Alleged Conspiracy. Captain Lindfors' Estate - A Solicitor and others Accused. Evidence for the Defence - The accused committed for trial. Further evidence was taken at the Water Police Court yesterday, before Mr. Wilshire, S.M., in the case in which Frederick Burcher, 45, solicitor, Joseph John Rochester, 64, contractor, Alma White, 43, a married woman, and Constance Cato, 22, spinster, were charged with having in the month of January of last year, and on divers other days during the same year, unlawfully, amongst themselves, and with one Dorothy Reimer, conspired together to pervert the ends of justice against the peace of his Majesty the King, his crown, and dignity. Mr. Mant, of the Crown Law Department, appeared for the prosecution. Burcher conducted his own defence, and Mr. R H. Levien, M.L.A., appeared for the other defendants....
Mr Burchers case - John Wilkinson Camper, a law clerk in Mr Burcher's employ said that he had had upwards of 40 years' experince in legal work. He was in North Queensland in December, 1904. On April 17 witness found the transaction in regard to Lindfors will in progress. From that day to the present he was acquainted with all that was going on between Bircher and the other accused. Witness wrote all the documents under dictation of Burcher. He, in Burcher's presence and absence, had spoken to Mr Reimer, Mrs White, and Miss Cato, but he had no idea from the contents of the documents that there was anything wrong with the will...(SMH 12/1/1906)"[632]
Resided 1930, 1933, No.45 Foord Avenue, Hurlstone Park, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[634,635,636]
Children: (a)
 
John Wilkinson Camper, born 1873, Redfern, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1948, Marrickville, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Buried 6/7/1948, Waverley cemetery, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[633]
"Camper -Requiem Mass for the Repose of the Soul of the late Mr John Wilkinson Camper of 40 Railway Avenue Stanmore will be celebrated at St Michael's Church Stanmore This (Tuesday) Morning at 7 o clock. The Funeral will leave the Church at 10 o'clock for Waverley Cemetery.
Camper - The Relatives and Friends of Mrs E Clancy Mr and Mrs C Camper and Mrs A Harris and Famlies are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of their dear Brother, Brother in law and Uncle, John Wilkinson Camper. For further notice see family announcement.(SMH 6/7/1948)"[633]
Married Mary C. Barrett, 1902, Waterloo, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Resided 1948, No.40 Railway Avenue, Stanmore, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[633]
Children: (1)
 
John J. W. Camper, born 1903, Waterloo, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1904, Waterloo, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(2)
Veronica K. Camper, born 1904, Waterloo, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(3)Thomas Patrick W. Camper, born 1907, Waterloo, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Iris Penelope Mary Linklater, 1936, Marrickville, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(b)
Caroline Eliza Camper, born 1875, Redfern, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1897, Waterloo, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(c)Emily E. Camper, born 1877, Glebe, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1912, Redfern, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married John Hamshere, 1897, Waterloo, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] John, s/o James, died 1958, Newtown, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
Children: (1)
 
Henry J. W. Hamshere, born 1897, Newtown, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married May R. Martin, 1920, Redfern, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(2)
John Arthur F. Hamshere, born 1898, Waterloo, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1965, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Hazel M. Vickery, 1920, Redfern, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(3)Doris E. M. Hamshere, born 1907, Waterloo, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(d)Eleanor A. Camper, born 1878, Glebe, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1922, Redfern, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married John J. Stacey, 1899, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
Children: (a)
 
May E. Stacey, born 1900, Waterloo, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Bernard Bohle, 1920, Redfern, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(b)
Charles C. Stacey, born 1902, Waterloo, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Viiolet E. E. Humphries, 1924, Newtown, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(e)Edith Mary Camper, born 1880, Glebe, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1960, Ryde, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married John J. Clancy, 1905, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
Children: (1)
 
Edith M. Clancy, born 1905, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Hector E. V. Stock, 1928, Newtown, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(2)
Janet Clancy, born 1907, Waterloo, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(f)Charles Alexander Camper, born 1883, Balmain, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1/8/1951, 149 Wyndham Street, Alexandria, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4,637]
"Camper - Charles Alexander. August 1, 1951, at his residence. 149 Wyndham Street, Alexandria, husband of the late Alice Maude Camper, and dear father of Julia (deceased), Lionel (deceased). Pearl (Mrs. Sherwood), and Madeline, and grandfather of Madeline and Lynette, aged 68 years. Requiescat in pace.(SMH 2/8/1951)"[637]
"The family of the late Charles Alexander Camper of 149 Windham Street Alexandria wish to thank all relatives, friends, neighbours, the directors and employees of H. Brightwell and Sons, also Reverend Fathers Kissane and Prunty for kindness and sympathy in the loss of their dear father.(SMH 25/8/1951)"[637]
Married Alice Maude Blakey, 7/2/1910, St Mary's, Erskinville, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4,638]
"At St. Mary's Church, Erskineville, on February 7, Mr. Charles Alexander Camper, second son of Mr. John W. Camper, of Alexandria, was married to Maude, third daughtor of Mrs. J. Blakey, of Alexandria. The Rev. Father Kirgan officiated. The bride wore a white chiffon glace, relieved with panels of silk net; her embroidered veil was arranged over a coronet of orange blossoms, and she carried a shower bouquet, which, with a gold pendant and necklet, was a gift from the bridegroom. Miss Pearl Blakey (sister) was chief bridesmaid, in a white glace silk. Miss Madeline Blakey wore white embroidered Japanese silk. Both wore wreaths of jasmine, and carried pink bouquets, which, with gold brooches, were gifts from the bridegroom. Mr. W. Corcoran was best man. After the ceremony the reception was held at Wentworth Hall, where the wedding breakfast was served.(SMH 26/3/1910)"[638]
Alice, d/o William Addison & Julia, died 1948, Redfern, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Resided 1951, No.149 Wyndham Street, Alexandria, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[637]
Children: (1)
 
Julia P. Camper, born 1910, Waterloo, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1917, Annandale, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(2)
Lyle Adam Camper, born 1913, Redfern, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Gladys Eva Moule, 1936, North Sydney, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(3)Mary Pearl Camper, born 1916, Redfern, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Harold Lawrence Sherwood, born 1940, Redfern, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(4)Lionel K. Camper.[4] Died 1922, Redfern, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]

   
     

1.1.2. Dinah Eager/Egg/Howell, born 1807/1810, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[425,432] {Dinah was born c.1807 according to the 1825 Muster, but born c.1810 according to details given at her marriage. No record of birth or baptism survives} Dinah died 1887, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] {[648] gives DOD as 27/3/1870, Little George Street, Sydney, however the BMD index clearly gives the death as 1887, Windsor. The BMD index lists only one female Perry death in 1870, namely Violet, Dinah's granddaughter. [653] gives DOD as 27/3/1850, which is likewise not supported by the BMD index} Living with mother, 1814, WIndsor, NSW, Australia.[425] Living her mother, Ann Germaine, 1822.[425] Prior to her marriage Dinah variously recorded her name as Dinah Germain (1822), Dinah Egg (1825), Dinah Howell (1824) & Dinah Howel (1825).[425] In 1825 Dinah, 18yo & born in the colony, was a servant employed by (and residing with) Thomas Dean, Melville, Windsor, NSW, Australia (listed as Dinah Egg).[425] {Thomas Dean married Dinah's half-sister, Hannah Howell} On 30/11/1824 & 2/12/1824 Dinah applied for permission to marry Frederick Wilson at Windsor, NSW, Australia, Frederick was a convict who arrived on the Eliza.243] The marriage did not eventuate.[243] On 4/11/1825 & 17/11/1825, then at Windsor, DInah applied for permission to marry William Perry, a convict who had arrived on the Lord Eldon.[243,425,556] Married William Huddy Perry,[432,650,651] 5/12/1825, St Matthew, Church of England, Windsor, NSW, Australia (as Hannah Howell),[425,648] by Rev. John Cross.[648] William, s/o Samuel Perry & Mary Sanson Abbott {Sanson may be a middle name or she may have been married twice. Both names are used on the death certificates of her children.[650]},[649,650] born 2/3/1802 (DOB from his headstone),[648,652] Hanover Square,[649] London, England,[243,646,648] died 3/1/1872, Windsor, NSW, Australia,[4,647,648,649,652] & buried 5/1/1872, Left section, row 20 plot 12, St Matthews Anglican Cemetery, Windsor, NSW, Australia (70yo).[647,648,652] Apprentice tailor, 1817.[648] Tailor, 1833.[648] On 30/10/1816 at the Old Bailey, London, William, along with Lydia Paget, was convicted of violent theft and highway robbery, both William and Lydia were found guilty and sentenced to death.[646]
"Lydia Paget and William Perry were indicted for feloniously assaulting Jane Preston, in the King's highway, on the 4th of October, for putting her in fear, and taking from her person and against her will, a shawl, value 1l. her property.
Jane Preston. On the evening in question, I had been to Covent Garden Theatre; I was returning in company with Mrs. Hill. In the narrow part of Rathbone-place, I was suddenly without any provocation knocked down by the prisoner Paget, with her fist; she struck me on the face; while I was on the ground, I was severely kicked and bruised; I was stunned by the blow I received on my face; she took the shawl from my shoulders as I lay; I had it round my shoulders very close, and she pulled it to get it away; she did get it away at last. I was raised from the ground by the witness Mrs. Hill, with the assistance of Jonas Parr.
Ann Hill. I was with Miss Preston, on this night coming from the Play with her. We were returning by Rathbone-place, and met three females; the prisoner was the inside one; the prisoner came suddenly and shoved Miss Preston down, and knocked her down; she had no instrument in her hand; it was with her fist. She then seized her shawl, and with the force of pulling it from her shoulder, she fell back herself. When she got up she went a little distance, and gave it to another person; I don't know who that person was; she was in my sight. I called the watch; the watchman was nearly at my elbow sooner than I expected, and when the prisoner came back, she used abusive language, and asked did I think she had got the property. The watchman came up, and he took her. I saw a young man of the name of Parr; be crossed the road of Rathboneplace; he came to my assistance. I know nothing of the lad that is there.
Jonas Parr. I am not acquainted with Paget; I am not acquainted with the boy Perry either. I remember being on the 4th of October in Rathboneplace; I remember Miss Preston calling out for the watch; I think she did, but I am not certain; I heard some noise and out-cry. I saw Paget attempt to take the shawl from: Miss Preston. I saw the begining of it; I was on the opposite side of the way. I saw Lydia Paget strike her on the face, which knocked her down, and as I afterwards discovered. gave her a black eye. They both fell, and I picked the lady up. When Paget was up. I told her to go away, and she said as how she would not, for she would have her b-y life. She took the shawl, and went to the corner, and gave it to William Perry. She went about four doors down; he put it into his bosom, and went across the road, across Soho-square. I saw Perry at the time Paget gave this blow and knocked Miss Preston down; he was then standing still; there were other women in the concern beside Paget; there were two other women; they did not appear to take any part in the assault; they stood until the shawl was taken; they went away directly. I don't know either of them. I was in a public-house at first having a drop of beer to myself; I work at labouring work. whatever I can get to do. I did not know the ladies before.
Paget's Defence. I was very much in liquor; I had been drinking with Jonas Parr, and he gave me the shawl, and shoved the lady down, and took her shawl off her neck, and gave it to the other lad Perry, who ran away with it.
Miss Hill. Re-examined. The boy Parr crossed the road from the other side to assist us.
-. I am the constable of the night. When Parr gave us information of Perry, we kept him all night, and we went in search of Perry the next morning, and found he had been taken for a misdemeanor the same morning. Parr swore to him.
PAGET - Guilty - Death, aged 17. PERRY, Guilty - Death, aged 15. First Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Baron Graham."[646]
William was transferred to the Middlesex Gaol, where his sentence was commuted to life transportation and in 1817 was transported to Port Jackson, NSW, Australia on the Lord Eldon, aged 16yo.[243] The Lord Eldon departed England 9/4/1817 & arrived at Port Jackson 30/9/1817.[648] William's description was given as apprentice tailor, 5' 4" in height, dark ruddy complexion, black hair, and dark brown eyes.[648] After working on the gaol gang at Windsor in 1822, he was worked for Richard Fitzgerald at Windsor from 1825 to 1828.[425] In 1828 was working as a tailor and employed by Richard Fitzgerald of Windsor.[648] Ticket of Leave granted 1833.[648] Was recommended for a Conditional Pardon 1/1/1840 & approved 28/10/1840 (No.41/49).[243] Resided 1822-1832, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4,425,648] Resided 1833, Little George Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[648]

Children of Dinah Eager & William Perry:
i.
 
William Huddy Perry,[650] born 28/12/1828,[648] baptised 1828, St Phillip, Church of England, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1885, Redfern, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Mary Ann Richardson, 20/5/1851, Christ Church, Newcastle, NSW, Australia.[4,651] Witness was Thomas Richardson of Maitland.[651]
Children: (a)
 
Marion Perry, baptised 1852, Morpeth, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1937, Rylstone, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Henry Mills, 1872, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4]
Children: (1)
 
Percy Harry Mills, born 1873, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1944, Rozelle, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Ethel M. Hayes, 1893, Balmain, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(2)
Ethel May Mills, born 1875, Balmain, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1953, Burwood, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Walter P. Moat, 1897, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(3)Elsie Mills, born 1880, Balmain, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(4)Stanley Mills, born 1882, Balmain, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1953, Chatswood, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Elizabeth Todd, 1901, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(5)Reginald Mills, born 1884, Balmain, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1886, Balmain, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(6)Gordon Mills, born 1890, Balmain, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1962, Rylstone, NSW, Australia.[4]
(b)Alfred Thomas Wellard Perry, baptised 1853, St Matthew's, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1939, Granville, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Susanna Jane Hernanel, 1881, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
Children: (1)
 
Cyril H. L. Perry, born 1882, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1883, McDonald River, NSW, Australia.[4]
(c)male Perry, born 1856, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4]
(d)
Kate Mary Perry, born 1858, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1973, Ryde, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Thomas MacAlpine, 1888, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
Children: (1)
 
Ida MacAlpine, born 1889, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(e)Lucy Ann Perry, born 1860, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1928, Marrickville, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Robert Thompson Grant, 1886, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Robert, s/o James & Mary, died 1945, Marrickville, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
Children: (1)
 
Charles P. Grant, born 1889, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(f)Walter Herbert Perry, born 1862, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1942, Byron Bay, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Kate Alice Smith, 1885, Shoalhaven, NSW, Australia.[4]
Children: (1)
 
Lorraine William Grant Perry, born 1886, Waterloo, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1942, Randwick, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(2)Linda M. Perry, born 1889, Nowra, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Stanley E. Woodward, 1912, Burwood, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(3)Marion A. Perry, born 1897, Nowra, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Francis O. Virtue, 1921, Byron Bay, NSW, Australia.[4]
(g)Amy Mary Perry, born 1864, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Richard Edgar Swale, 1885, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Richard, s/o Richard, died 1920, Granville, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
Children: (1)
 
Richard E. W. L. Swale, born 1885, Redfern, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1886, Petersham, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(2)Bertie Vivien Swale, born 1886, Petersham, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1964, Auburn, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Amy Clara Perry, 1918, Ashfield, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Amy, d/o Henry & Margaret, died 1975, NSW, Australia.[4]
(3)Percy R. Swale, born 1889, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1932, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Daisy G. May, Newtown, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(4)Kathleen Swale, born 1898, Leichhardt, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1898, Leichhardt, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(h)Ida B. Perry, born 1866, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4]
(i)William Oscar Perry, born 1868, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1932, Manly, Sydney, NSW, Australia (64yo).[4] Married Elsie Elizabeth Waterhouse, 1898, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Elsie, d/o George & Elizabeth, died 1947, North Sydney, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
Children: (1)
 
Elsie W. Perry, born 1898, St Leonards, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(2)Arthur Clifford Perry, born 190, St Leonards, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1974, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Gladys O'Connor, 1923, St Leonards, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(3)Linda E. Perry, born 1901, St Leonards, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(j)Leslie Close Perry, born 1870, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1873, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(k)Bernice Jessie Perry, born 1872, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1873, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4]
ii.

Peter Abbott Perry, born 1/9/1831,[648] baptised 1831, St Matthew, Church of England, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1831 & buried 12/1831, St Matthew, Church of England, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4,648]    
iii.

Mary Abbott Perry,[650] baptised 1832, St Matthew, Church of England, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] {[648] gives DOB of 31/10/1833, however her baptism was indexed 1832} Died 1910, Marrickville, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Walter Norman Blanchard, 1854, St Matthew, Church of England, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Walter, s/o Walter & Elizabeth, died 1883, Mudgee, NSW, Australia.[4] On 6/9/1866 Walter, then licensee of the Barraba Hotel, Windsor, advertised the sale of a draught stallion:
"Draught Stallion for sale. The thoroughbred Cart Stallion Iron Duke, by imported Iron Duke. The horse can be seen, pedigree and particulars obtained, by applying to Walter N. Blanchard, Barraba Hotel, Windsor.(SMH 6/9/1866)"[645]
On 17/2/1869 Walter, then a Licensed Victualler at Windsor, was declared bankrupt:
"Notice is hereby given, that by Indenture, bearing date the seventeenth day of February instant, made between Walter Norman Blanchard, of Windsor, in the colony of New South Wales, Licensed Victualler, of the first part; Archibald Thompson, of Pitt-street, Sydney, in the colony aforesaid, Wine and Spirit Merchant, and Henry Burrows, of George-street, Sydney, Merchant, of the second part; and the several persons creditors of the said Walter Norman Blanchard, whose names are set forth in the first schedule thereto annexed, and who had executed or should execute the said indenture, and all other the creditors of the said Walter Norman Blanchard, of the third part-the said Walter Norman Blanchard did, for the considerations therein mentioned, make and execute an assignment of all his estate and effects whatsoever and wheresoever, to the said Archibald Thompson and Henry Burrows, of George street, Sydney, aforesaid, merchant, in trust for the benefit of his creditors. And, further, that the said indenture was duly executed by the said Walter Norman Blanchard and the said trustees, and attested according to tho provisions of the Act of tho Governor and Legislative Council of New South Wales, in that case made and provided; and, further, that the said indenture now lies for inspection and execution at the Office of John Russell Jones, Solicitor, Goold's-chambers, King-street, Sydney. Dated this 17th day of February, 1868. Walter N. Blanchard, A. Thompson, Henry Burrows. Witness to the signatures of the said Walter N. Blanchard, Archibald Thompson, and Henry Burrows, W. T. Pinkey, J.P.(SMH 19/2/1869)"[644]
Children: (a)
 
Alfred Charles Blanchard, born 1856, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1894, Gulgong, 1877, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Emmeline Booty, Gulgong, 1877, NSW, Australia.[4] Emmeline, d/o William & Edna, died 1889, Gulgong, 1877, NSW, Australia.[4]
Children: (1)
 
Alice M. Blanchard, born 1884, Gulgong, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Edward J. O'Maley, 1904, NSW, Australia.[4]
(b)
William Blanchard, born 1858, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1858, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4]
(c)Alice M. Blanchard, born 1860, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4]
(d)Blanch D. Blanchard, born 1862, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1862, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4]
(e)William Walter Blanchard, born 1864, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Annette Gardiner, 1886, Wellington, NSW, Australia.[4] Annette, d/o William & Margaret, died 1944, Petersham, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
Children: (1)
 
William W. N. Blanchard, born 1887, Wellington, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1934, Newtown, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Margaret Larum, 1913, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(2)
Clarice Vivian Blanchard, born 1888, Wellington, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1965, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Robert A. Busch, 1909, Wellington, NSW, Australia.[4]
(3)Gertrude Orma Blanchard, born 1890, Wellington, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1945, Annandale, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Victor B. Carson, 1914, Redfern, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(4)Roy Isador K. Blanchard, born 1892, Wellington, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1962, North Sydney, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Mildred I. E. Sloane, 1915, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(5)infant Blanchard, born 1893, Wellington, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1893, Wellington, NSW, Australia.[4]
(6)Alfred S. Blanchard, born 1894, Wellington, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Jessie E. Smith, 1917, Marrickville, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(7)Alice U. Blanchard, born 1895, Wellington, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Harold O. Worthing, 1919, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(8)Judith E. R. Blanchard, born 1896, Wellington, NSW, Australia.[4] Married William G. R. Dick, 1923, Glebe, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(9)Allan T. Blanchard, born 1899, Wellington, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1899, Wellington, NSW, Australia.[4]
(10)Elwin A. Blanchard, born 1900, Wellington, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1922, Newtown, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(11)Darrell L. Blanchard, born 1901, Wellington, NSW, Australia.[4]
(12)Dulcie Margaret J. Blanchard, born 1903, Wellington, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1966, Balmain, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Leonard H. Topham, 1931, Petersham, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(13)Ethel Mabel Blanchard, born 1905, Wellington, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1958, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married John Francis Arthur Clarke, 1939, Petersham, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(14)Yvonne A. Blanchard, born 1908, Wellington, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1909, Wellington, NSW, Australia.[4]
(15)Yvonne M. Blanchard, born 1910, Paddington, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(f)George Edward Blanchard, born 1869, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1937, Granville, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Grace E. Milne, 1892, Kiama, NSW, Australia.[4] Grace, d/o Charles & Elizabeth, died 1947, Wollongong, NSW, Australia.[4]
Children: (1)
 
Ernest Edward Blanchard, born 1892, Kiama, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Ellen R. Cregan, 1921, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(2)
George Norman Blanchard, born 1893, Kiama, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1935, South Kensington, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Maud Ashcroft, 1925, North Sydney, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(g)Blanche E. Blanchard, bord 1872, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1909, Marrickville, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(h)May Huddy Blanchard, born 1875, Gulgong, NSW, Australia.[4]
iv.

Henry Perry, born 1/2/1835,[648] baptised 1835, St Matthew, Church of England, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 24/3/1910, Hampton Villa, Ewenton Street, Balmain North, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4,643]
"Perry - March 24, 1910 at his residence, Hampton Villa, Ewenton street Balmain Henry, dearly loved husband of Carlotta M Perry, aged 75 years.
Perry - March 24 1910, at his residence, Hampton Villa, Ewenton street, Balmain. Henry Perry, dearly loved father of Mrs. Lily Long and Miss Violet and Messrs Henry, Alfred, Charles and Edward Perry, aged 75 years.(SMH 26/3/1910)"[643]
Buried 26/3/1910, Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[642]
"Perry - The Friends of Mrs. C. M. Perry and family are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her late beloved husband and their father, Henry Perry, which will leave their residence, Hampton Villa, Ewenton-street, Balmain, this (Saturday) afternoon, at 1 o'clock, for Church of England Cemetery, Necropolis.(SMH 26/3/1910)"[642]
Married Maria Charlotte Donne, 1859, Maitland, NSW, Australia.[4] Resided 1910, Hampton Villa, Ewenton Street, Balmain, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[642,643]
Children: (a)
 
William Huddy Perry, born 1860, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1883, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(b)
Alfred Sydney H. Perry, born 1862, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1942, Waverley, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Susanna Jane Fernance/Hernanel, 1881, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
Children: (1)
 
Cyril H. L. Perry, born 1882, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1883, McDonald River, NSW, Australia.[4]
(c)Theodore Charles Perry, born 1864, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1938, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Did not marry.[4]
(d)Edward Leopold Perry, born 1865, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1943, Randwick, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Ellen Balbina Eather, 1888, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Ellen, d/o Abraham & Ellen, born 1870, Windsor, NSW, Australia, & died 1897, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married 2nd Julie Jones, 1898, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Julie, d/o John & Sheila, died 1947, Kogarah, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
Children: (1)
 
Henry George Perry, born 1889, Richmond, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1945, Randwick, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(2)
Emmie L. Perry, born 1890, Richmond, NSW, Australia.[4]
(3)Edward Charles Perry, born 1893, Richmond, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1978, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Agnes M. Evans, 1914, Manilla, NSW, Australia.[4]
(e)Willie H. Perry, born 1867, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1867, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4]
(f)Lilly May Perry, born 1868, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1967, Parramatta, NSW, Australia (unmarried).[4]
(g)Violet P. D. Perry, born 1870, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1870, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4]
(h)infant Perry, born 1872, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died infancy.
(i)Willie N. Perry, born 1874, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1874, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4]
(j)Minnie Perry, born 1875, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1875, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4]
(k)Eugenie Elsie Perry, born 1880, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1880, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4]
v.

Alfred Perry,[648] baptised 1837, St Matthew, Church of England, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 8/12/1927, The Anchorage, Queenscliffe Road, Manly, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4,640] Buried Richmond, NSW, Australia.[639,640]
"Perry - December 8, 1927, at his son-in-law's residence, The Anchorage, Queenscliffe-road, Manly, Alfred Perry, loved husband of the late Dorothy Perry, late of Windsor and Richmond, aged 90 years and 6 months. Motor funeral this (Friday) morning, arriving Richmond 12 noon.(SMH 9/12/1927)"[640]
"The death occurred recently of Mr. Alfred Perry, who had conducted a business at Richmond for nearly half a century. He was born at Windsor 90 years ago. He took a keen interest in public affairs in Richmond, having been an alderman of the Richmond Council for a long period, and one of the founders of the St. Peter's Church at that centre. The Interment took place In the Anglican cemetery, Richmond.(SMH 19/12/1927)"[639]
Married Dorothy A. Harrisky, 1863, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Dorothy, d/o Daniel & Rebecca, died 25/6/1911, Windsor Street, Richmond, NSW, Australia.[4,641]
"Perry - June 25, 1911, at her late residence Windsor-street Richmond, N.S.W., Dorothy, dearly loved wife of Alfred Perry. Funeral will leave her late residence at 2.30 p.m., Tuesday afternoon for St Peter's Church of England Cemetery, Richmond.(SMH 27/6/1911)"[641]
Children: (a)
 
May Perry, born 1864, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4]
(b)
Jessie E. Perry, born 1865, Windsor, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1900, Richmond, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Frederick A. Taylor, 1898, Parramatta, NSW, Australia.[4]
(c)Alfred Perry, born 1867, Richmond, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1893, Richmond, NSW, Australia.[4]
(d)Earl Perry, born 1870, Richmond, NSW, Australia.[4] Died 1935, Chatswood, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Mary Prendeville, 1910, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]
(e)Vara Perry, born 1872, Richmond, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Inglis McNiven, 1906, Richmond, NSW, Australia.[4]
(f)Una Perry, born 1875, Richmond, NSW, Australia.[4]
(g)Fitz Perry, born 1883, Richmond, NSW, Australia.[4] Married Constance C. Webb, 1909, Sydney, NSW, Australia.[4]