Mid North Coast Pioneers - Newcastle to Lismore and beyond

Sarah WINGATEAge: 6417741838

Name
Sarah WINGATE
Given names
Sarah
Surname
WINGATE
Married name
Sarah STUBBS
Married name
Sarah PAINTER
Birth about 1774
Text:

Alternative Names Stubbs, Sarah Wingate, Sarah Painter, Sarah Birth 1774 London, Middlesex, England

Death December 1838 Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia

Cultural Heritage English Religious Influence Presbyterian Passenger Ship Coromandel (1802) Occupation shop/store owner

MarriageWilliam STUBBSView this family
calculated 1795 (Age 21)

Publication: Windsor and Richmond Gazette (NSW : 1888 - 1954) Fri 31 Oct 1924 Page 12
Note: The newspaper article "Ebenezer Pioneers of the Hawksbury" mentions two other children with their names being Margaret and Keturah.
Birth of a son
#1
William STUBBS
calculated 1797 (Age 23)

Publication: Windsor and Richmond Gazette (NSW : 1888 - 1954) Fri 31 Oct 1924 Page 12
Note: Was noted as 5 years of age in 1802.
Birth of a daughter
#2
Sarah Mary STUBBS
December 11, 1798 (Age 24)
Publication: Windsor and Richmond Gazette (NSW : 1888 - 1954) Fri 31 Oct 1924 Page 12
Note: Was noted as 3 years of age in 1802.
Birth of a daughter
#3
Elizabeth STUBBS
calculated 1801 (Age 27)

Publication: Windsor and Richmond Gazette (NSW : 1888 - 1954) Fri 31 Oct 1924 Page 12
Note: Was noted as 1 year old in 1802.
Immigration June 13, 1802 (Age 28)
Citation details: 'Paynter, Sarah (1774–1838)', People Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, http://peopleaustralia.anu.edu.au/biography/paynter-sarah-17190/text32864, accessed 22 September 2016.
Text:

Sarah Stubbs née Wingate arrived in Sydney in 1802 aboard the Cormandel. Following her husband's death in 1805 she married James Paynter.

She seems to have reverted to her former married name, Stubbs, by 1828. She was running a store in Pitt Town by that year. She was buried alongside her first husband on the family farm.

Publication: Windsor and Richmond Gazette (NSW : 1888 - 1954) Fri 31 Oct 1924 Page 12
Text:

William Stubbs and his wife Sarah and children William aged 5 years, Sarah aged 3 years, Elizabeth aged 1 year.

Citation details: New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters, 1806-1849
Stubbs - Sarah - Residing on 100 acres
Stubbs - Sarah - Residing on 100 acres

Note: Downloaded from ancestry.com.au

Note: Arrived on board the "Coromandel" with her husband and three children.
Birth of a daughter
#4
Keturah PAINTER
March 31, 1804 (Age 30)
Citation details: V18045025 1B/1804 PAINTER KETURAH
Citation details: 19 September 2016
Text:

In part:

"In volume 1 of THE STORY OF WILLIAM STUBBS AND SARAH WINGATE it gives Keturah's birth date as 31 March 1804 and William's death as 29 May 1805."

Text:

Life Summary [details]

Alternative Names Stubbs, Keturah Birth 31 March 1804 Ebenezer, New South Wales, Australia

Death 29 March 1880 Ulmarra, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death general debility

Cultural Heritage English Religious Influence Methodist

Birth of a daughter
#5
Keturah PAINTER
March 31, 1804 (Age 30)
Citation details: V18045025 1B/1804 PAINTER KETURAH
Citation details: 19 September 2016
Text:

In part:

"In volume 1 of THE STORY OF WILLIAM STUBBS AND SARAH WINGATE it gives Keturah's birth date as 31 March 1804 and William's death as 29 May 1805."

Text:

Life Summary [details]

Alternative Names Stubbs, Keturah Birth 31 March 1804 Ebenezer, New South Wales, Australia

Death 29 March 1880 Ulmarra, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death general debility

Cultural Heritage English Religious Influence Methodist

Death of a husbandWilliam STUBBS
May 29, 1805 (Age 31)
Address: Hawksbury River
Cause: Drowned whilst crossing river in a canoe
Publication: http://oa.anu.edu.au
Text:

Life Summary [details]

Birth 1767 London, Middlesex, England

Death 29 May 1805 Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death drowned

Cultural Heritage English Religious Influence Presbyterian Passenger Ship Coromandel (1802) Occupation farmer Key Events settler/indigenous contact

Publication: Windsor and Richmond Gazette (NSW : 1888 - 1954) Fri 31 Oct 1924 Page 12
Text:

"A very large vault tomb on Maroota farm holds all that is mortal of the body, which was recovered from the water after his drowning, which was a lamentable happening. I have chronicled that event elsewhere. In brief it is "That on the 29th May, 1805, William Stubbs (I.) was drowned through the capsizing of the boat by which he was returning to his own farm, and Mr. William Stubbs became entangled in the reeds and was unable to free himself and probably died from shock as from the immersion in the river."

Publication: Newspaper; NSW; 1803 - 1842
Citation details: Sunday 2 June 1805, page 2
Stubbs - William - Obituary
Stubbs - William - Obituary

Note: Downloaded from Trove.

Religious marriageJames PAINTERView this family
between 1806 and 1808 (Age 32)
Address: St. John's
Religion: Church of England
Citation details: 342/1806 V1806342 147A PAINTER JAMES STUBBS SARAH CB
Text:

There is also this reference:

698/1808 V1808698 3A PAINTER JAMES STUBBS SARAH CB

Citation details: 19 September 2016
Text:

In part:

"Stubbs/Painter marriage which took place on 16 November 1806"

Note: Julie Allen advises that the "Stubbs/Painter marriage [...] took place on 16 November 1806"
Occupation
Store manager
1806 (Age 32)
Text:

Paynter, Sarah (1774–1838)

Sarah Stubbs née Wingate arrived in Sydney in 1802 aboard the Cormandel. Following her husband's death in 1805 she married James Paynter.

She seems to have reverted to her former married name, Stubbs, by 1828. She was running a store in Pitt Town by that year. She was buried alongside her first husband on the family farm.

Residence 1806 (Age 32)
Citation details: New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters, 1806-1849
Stubbs - Sarah - Residing on 100 acres
Stubbs - Sarah - Residing on 100 acres

Note: Downloaded from ancestry.com.au

Note: Residing on the 100 acres originally granted to her husband William.
Marriage of a childWilliam STUBBSMary Ann ROGERSView this family
about 1819 (Age 45)
Citation details: 2346/1819 V18192346 3A STUBBS WILLIAM ROGERS MARY A CC
Publication: Windsor and Richmond Gazette (NSW : 1888 - 1954) Fri 31 Oct 1924 Page 12
Birth of a grandson
#1
William STUBBS
February 9, 1820 (Age 46)

Publication: Windsor and Richmond Gazette (NSW : 1888 - 1954) Fri 31 Oct 1924 Page 12
Birth of a granddaughter
#2
Elizabeth EVERINGHAM
September 6, 1820 (Age 46)
Birth of a granddaughter
#3
Elizabeth EVERINGHAM
September 6, 1820 (Age 46)
Birth of a granddaughter
#4
Sarah STUBBS
November 10, 1821 (Age 47)
Text:

Stubbs, Sarah Birth 10 November 1821 Portland Head, New South Wales, Australia

Death 13 November 1877 Brisbane Water, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death stroke

Cultural Heritage English Religious Influence Anglican

Marriage of a childGeorge EVERINGHAMKeturah PAINTERView this family
about 1821 (Age 47)
Citation details: V18212787 3B/1821 EVERINGHAM GEORGE STUBBS KETURAH CC
Marriage of a childGeorge EVERINGHAMKeturah PAINTERView this family
about 1821 (Age 47)
Citation details: V18212787 3B/1821 EVERINGHAM GEORGE STUBBS KETURAH CC
Marriage of a childThomas YARWOODSarah Mary STUBBSView this family
Type: Religious marriage
after July 7, 1822 (Age 48)
Address: St. Mathew's
Religion: Church of England
Citation details: 2982/1822 V18222982 3B WOOD THOMAS STUBBS SARAH CC
Death of a granddaughterElizabeth EVERINGHAM
about 1822 (Age 48)
Citation details: V18225425 2B/1822 EVERINGHAM ELIZABETH INFANT
Death of a granddaughterElizabeth EVERINGHAM
about 1822 (Age 48)
Citation details: V18225425 2B/1822 EVERINGHAM ELIZABETH INFANT
Birth of a granddaughter
#5
Mary STUBBS
about 1823 (Age 49)
Citation details: STUBBS MARY 6439/1823 V18236439 1B WILLIAM MARY
Birth of a grandson
#6
George EVERINGHAM
January 17, 1825 (Age 51)
Citation details: V18256920 1B/1825 EVERINGHAM GEORGE GEORGE KETURAH
Birth of a grandson
#7
George EVERINGHAM
January 17, 1825 (Age 51)
Citation details: V18256920 1B/1825 EVERINGHAM GEORGE GEORGE KETURAH
Birth of a grandson
#8
Joseph STUBBS
1826 (Age 52)
Citation details: STUBBS JOSEPH 520/1826 V1826520 10 WILLIAM MARY
Text:

There is also this reference:

STUBBS JOSEPH 7712/1826 V18267712 1C WILLIAM MARY

Publication: Windsor and Richmond Gazette (NSW : 1888 - 1954) Fri 31 Oct 1924 Page 12
Birth of a granddaughter
#9
Mary WOODS
November 4, 1826 (Age 52)
Text:

Life Summary [details]

Birth 4 November 1826 Lower Portland, New South Wales, Australia

Death 14 September 1828 Lower Portland, New South Wales, Australia

Cultural Heritage English

Birth of a granddaughter
#10
Elizabeth EVERINGHAM
March 23, 1827 (Age 53)
Citation details: V18271667 162A/1827 EVERINGHAM ELIZABETH GEORGE KETURA
Publication: http://oa.anu.edu.au
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Everingham, Elizabeth (1827–1890)

Everingham, Elizabeth (1827–1890) Born 23 March 1827 Portland Head, New South Wales, Australia

Died 4 June 1890 Grafton, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death cancer (breast)

Religious Influence Methodist

Birth of a granddaughter
#11
Elizabeth EVERINGHAM
March 23, 1827 (Age 53)
Citation details: V18271667 162A/1827 EVERINGHAM ELIZABETH GEORGE KETURA
Publication: http://oa.anu.edu.au
Text:

Everingham, Elizabeth (1827–1890)

Everingham, Elizabeth (1827–1890) Born 23 March 1827 Portland Head, New South Wales, Australia

Died 4 June 1890 Grafton, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death cancer (breast)

Religious Influence Methodist

Death of a granddaughterMary WOODS
September 14, 1828 (Age 54)
Text:

Life Summary [details]

Birth 4 November 1826 Lower Portland, New South Wales, Australia

Death 14 September 1828 Lower Portland, New South Wales, Australia

Cultural Heritage English

Birth of a grandson
#12
James STUBBS
May 23, 1829 (Age 55)
Address: At the residence of his parents
Citation details: STUBBS JAMES 29/1829 V182929 162A WILLIAM MARY ANN
Publication: Windsor and Richmond Gazette (NSW : 1888 - 1954) Fri 31 Oct 1924 Page 12
Birth of a granddaughter
#13
Sarah EVERINGHAM
August 24, 1829 (Age 55)
Citation details: V18299432 1C/1829 EVERINGHAM SARAH GEORGE KETURAH
Text:

There is also this reference:

V1829525 13/1829 EVERINGHAM SARAH GEORGE KETURA

Birth of a granddaughter
#14
Sarah EVERINGHAM
August 24, 1829 (Age 55)
Citation details: V18299432 1C/1829 EVERINGHAM SARAH GEORGE KETURAH
Text:

There is also this reference:

V1829525 13/1829 EVERINGHAM SARAH GEORGE KETURA

Death of a grandsonGeorge EVERINGHAM
about 1829 (Age 55)
Citation details: 18 September 2016
Text:

In part:

"George Everingham b 1925 d 1841 actually died in 1829"

Note: There are two death registrations that appear to be relevant. They are:
Death of a grandsonGeorge EVERINGHAM
about 1829 (Age 55)
Citation details: 18 September 2016
Text:

In part:

"George Everingham b 1925 d 1841 actually died in 1829"

Note: There are two death registrations that appear to be relevant. They are:
Birth of a granddaughter
#15
Mary J STUBBS
about 1831 (Age 57)
Citation details: STUBBS MARY J 180/1831 V1831180 45A WILLIAM MARY A
Birth of a grandson
#16
William EVERINGHAM
February 25, 1832 (Age 58)

Birth of a grandson
#17
William EVERINGHAM
February 25, 1832 (Age 58)

Birth of a grandson
#18
Thomas STUBBS
about 1833 (Age 59)
Citation details: STUBBS THOMAS 59/1833 V183359 162A WILLIAM MARY ANN
Birth of a granddaughter
#19
Sophia EVERINGHAM
September 6, 1834 (Age 60)
Citation details: V18341082 18/1834 EVERINGHAM SOPHIA GEORGE KETURAH
Birth of a granddaughter
#20
Sophia EVERINGHAM
September 6, 1834 (Age 60)
Citation details: V18341082 18/1834 EVERINGHAM SOPHIA GEORGE KETURAH
Birth of a granddaughter
#21
Charlotte STUBBS
about 1836 (Age 62)
Citation details: STUBBS CHARLOTTE 132/1836 V1836132 162A WILLIAM MARY A
Birth of a granddaughter
#22
Mary EVERINGHAM
September 29, 1837 (Age 63)

Birth of a granddaughter
#23
Mary EVERINGHAM
September 29, 1837 (Age 63)

Birth of a grandson
#24
Charles STUBBS
about 1838 (Age 64)
Citation details: STUBBS CHARLES 156/1838 V1838156 162A WILLIAM MARY A
Text:

There is also this reference:

STUBBS CHARLES 426/1838 V1838426 47 WILLIAM MARY A

Death December 1838 (Age 64)
Text:

Alternative Names Stubbs, Sarah Wingate, Sarah Painter, Sarah Birth 1774 London, Middlesex, England

Death December 1838 Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia

Cultural Heritage English Religious Influence Presbyterian Passenger Ship Coromandel (1802) Occupation shop/store owner

Burial
Address: William Stubb's family farm
Text:

Paynter, Sarah (1774–1838)

Sarah Stubbs née Wingate arrived in Sydney in 1802 aboard the Cormandel. Following her husband's death in 1805 she married James Paynter.

She seems to have reverted to her former married name, Stubbs, by 1828. She was running a store in Pitt Town by that year. She was buried alongside her first husband on the family farm.

Family with William STUBBS - View this family
husband
herself
Marriage: calculated 1795
3 years
son
23 months
daughter
3 years
daughter
3 years
daughter
… … + Sarah WINGATE - View this family
herself
daughter
Family with James PAINTER - View this family
husband
herself
Marriage: between 1806 and 1808Parramatta, , New South Wales, Australia
James PAINTER + Sarah MANNING - View this family
husband
husband’s wife
Marriage: 1791Norfolk Island, , New South Wales, Australia

BirthWeb Site - People Australia
Text:

Alternative Names Stubbs, Sarah Wingate, Sarah Painter, Sarah Birth 1774 London, Middlesex, England

Death December 1838 Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia

Cultural Heritage English Religious Influence Presbyterian Passenger Ship Coromandel (1802) Occupation shop/store owner

MarriageEbenezer Pioneers of the Hawksbury - Part 1
Publication: Windsor and Richmond Gazette (NSW : 1888 - 1954) Fri 31 Oct 1924 Page 12
ImmigrationWeb Site - People Australia
Citation details: 'Paynter, Sarah (1774–1838)', People Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, http://peopleaustralia.anu.edu.au/biography/paynter-sarah-17190/text32864, accessed 22 September 2016.
Text:

Sarah Stubbs née Wingate arrived in Sydney in 1802 aboard the Cormandel. Following her husband's death in 1805 she married James Paynter.

She seems to have reverted to her former married name, Stubbs, by 1828. She was running a store in Pitt Town by that year. She was buried alongside her first husband on the family farm.

ImmigrationEbenezer Pioneers of the Hawksbury - Part 1
Publication: Windsor and Richmond Gazette (NSW : 1888 - 1954) Fri 31 Oct 1924 Page 12
ImmigrationWeb Site - Free Settler of Felon?
Text:

William Stubbs and his wife Sarah and children William aged 5 years, Sarah aged 3 years, Elizabeth aged 1 year.

ImmigrationWeb Site - ancestry.com.au
Citation details: New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters, 1806-1849
Stubbs - Sarah - Residing on 100 acres
Stubbs - Sarah - Residing on 100 acres

Note: Downloaded from ancestry.com.au

MarriageP - Marriages Registered in New South Wales
Citation details: 342/1806 V1806342 147A PAINTER JAMES STUBBS SARAH CB
Text:

There is also this reference:

698/1808 V1808698 3A PAINTER JAMES STUBBS SARAH CB

MarriageEmails - Julie Allen
Citation details: 19 September 2016
Text:

In part:

"Stubbs/Painter marriage which took place on 16 November 1806"

OccupationWeb Site - People Australia
Text:

Paynter, Sarah (1774–1838)

Sarah Stubbs née Wingate arrived in Sydney in 1802 aboard the Cormandel. Following her husband's death in 1805 she married James Paynter.

She seems to have reverted to her former married name, Stubbs, by 1828. She was running a store in Pitt Town by that year. She was buried alongside her first husband on the family farm.

ResidenceWeb Site - ancestry.com.au
Citation details: New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters, 1806-1849
Stubbs - Sarah - Residing on 100 acres
Stubbs - Sarah - Residing on 100 acres

Note: Downloaded from ancestry.com.au

DeathWeb Site - People Australia
Text:

Alternative Names Stubbs, Sarah Wingate, Sarah Painter, Sarah Birth 1774 London, Middlesex, England

Death December 1838 Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia

Cultural Heritage English Religious Influence Presbyterian Passenger Ship Coromandel (1802) Occupation shop/store owner

BurialWeb Site - People Australia
Text:

Paynter, Sarah (1774–1838)

Sarah Stubbs née Wingate arrived in Sydney in 1802 aboard the Cormandel. Following her husband's death in 1805 she married James Paynter.

She seems to have reverted to her former married name, Stubbs, by 1828. She was running a store in Pitt Town by that year. She was buried alongside her first husband on the family farm.

SourceWeb Site - ancestry.com.au
Citation details: New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters, 1806-1849
Stubbs - William, Sarah and Family - 1825 Muster
Stubbs - William, Sarah and Family - 1825 Muster

Note: Downloaded from ancestry.com.au