Mid North Coast Pioneers - Newcastle to Lismore and beyond


Given names

MarriageMary View this family

Birth of a daughter
Elizabeth “Betty” TAYLOR
Marriage of a childJames Thomas John BEANElizabeth “Betty” TAYLORView this family
February 6, 1780
Address: St.James Church of England
Note: They were married by banns by Richard Hainsby (or possibly Stainby), curate, and the witnesses were Charles and Elizabeth Kirshaw. Both James and "Bettey" signed their names and were members of the Parish.
Birth of a granddaughter
Elizabeth BEAN
December 31, 1782

Baptism of a granddaughterElizabeth BEAN
February 10, 1783
Note: St. James Church
Birth of a grandson
James BEAN
May 5, 1784

Birth of a granddaughter
January 22, 1786

Birth of a grandson
James Thomas John BEAN
April 20, 1788

Death of a grandsonJames BEAN

Birth of a granddaughter
November 12, 1789
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: V18541744 41A/1854 JAMES ANN AGE 64
Quality of data: secondary evidence
Christening of a granddaughterAnn BEAN
December 9, 1789
Address: St. John's Church of England Piccadilly
Birth of a grandson
William BEAN
September 8, 1792

Birth of a grandson
Joseph BEAN
May 2, 1794

Birth of a granddaughter
Sarah BEAN
December 13, 1795

Marriage of a grandchildWilliam SHELLEYElizabeth BEANView this family
Type: Religious marriage
October 7, 1801
Address: St. John's Church of England
Marriage of a grandchildSamuel JAMESAnn BEANView this family
Type: Religious marriage
November 28, 1808
Address: St. John's Church of England
Citation details: V1808422 147A/1808 JAMES SAMUEL BEAN ANN
Quality of data: primary evidence
Note: The ceremony was performed by James Milcham J.P. and the witnesses were Benjamin Jacobs and Ann Briant.
Death of a daughterElizabeth “Betty” TAYLOR
October 2, 1818
Burial of a daughterElizabeth “Betty” TAYLOR
about October 4, 1818

She was buried circa 4 October 1818 at Devonshire Street cemetery, Sydney, NSW, Australia, and was moved to La Perouse in 1901 when the cemetery made way for Central Railway Station. The headstone reads -

Sacred To the memory of Mrs Betty Bean Wife of Mr Jas. Bean (Senior) Who departed this life October 2nd, 1818 aged 64 years

Affliction sure long time I bore Physicians were in vain Til death did please to give me ease And free me from my pain.

Death of a granddaughterRose BEAN
November 7, 1831


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