Mid North Coast Pioneers - Newcastle to Lismore and beyond

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James PAINTERAge: 7917611840

Name
James PAINTER
Given names
James
Surname
PAINTER

James PAYNTER

Name
James PAYNTER
Given names
James
Surname
PAYNTER
Birth 1761
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Paynter, James (1761–1840)

James Paynter was a carpenter's mate on the Sirius when it landed at Port Jackson in January 1788 as part of the First Fleet. In 1791 he then became a settler at Norfolk Island and received a grant of 60 acres of land at Cascade Stream. By 1794 he was living with Sarah Manning and was employing William Vickery and Daniel Daniels.

Later in 1794 Paynter left Norfolk Island alone for New South Wales and in 1806 married Sarah Stubbs.

Immigration January 26, 1788 (Age 27)
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Paynter, James (1761–1840)

James Paynter was a carpenter's mate on the Sirius when it landed at Port Jackson in January 1788 as part of the First Fleet. In 1791 he then became a settler at Norfolk Island and received a grant of 60 acres of land at Cascade Stream. By 1794 he was living with Sarah Manning and was employing William Vickery and Daniel Daniels.

Later in 1794 Paynter left Norfolk Island alone for New South Wales and in 1806 married Sarah Stubbs.

Note: Was a carpenter's mate on board the "Sirius".
MarriageSarah MANNINGView this family
1791 (Age 30)
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Life Summary [details]

Alternative Names Manning, Sarah Painter, Sarah Birth 1761 England

Death 5 October 1839 Bagdad, Tasmania, Australia

Cultural Heritage English Passenger Ship Lady Julianna (1790) Second Fleet (1789-90) Occupation convict

Settler 1791 (Age 30)
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Paynter, James (1761–1840)

James Paynter was a carpenter's mate on the Sirius when it landed at Port Jackson in January 1788 as part of the First Fleet. In 1791 he then became a settler at Norfolk Island and received a grant of 60 acres of land at Cascade Stream. By 1794 he was living with Sarah Manning and was employing William Vickery and Daniel Daniels.

Later in 1794 Paynter left Norfolk Island alone for New South Wales and in 1806 married Sarah Stubbs.

Settler 1794 (Age 33)
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Paynter, James (1761–1840)

James Paynter was a carpenter's mate on the Sirius when it landed at Port Jackson in January 1788 as part of the First Fleet. In 1791 he then became a settler at Norfolk Island and received a grant of 60 acres of land at Cascade Stream. By 1794 he was living with Sarah Manning and was employing William Vickery and Daniel Daniels.

Later in 1794 Paynter left Norfolk Island alone for New South Wales and in 1806 married Sarah Stubbs.

Number of childrenSarah MANNINGView this family
0

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Paynter, Sarah (1761–1839)

Sarah Manning was sentenced to seven years' transportation for stealing clothing from a house. She arrived at Port Jackson aboard the Lady Juliana in 1790 and was sent to Norfolk Island. By 1794 she was living with James Paynter. It seems they married in 1791 in the mass wedding that occurred on the island. No children were recorded.

James Paynter moved to New South Wales in 1794 and married Sarah Stubbs. Sarah Manning went to Van Dieman's Land in 1808. She died at Bagdad in October 1839 still using the surname 'Painter'.

Religious marriageSarah WINGATEView this family
between 1806 and 1808 (Age 45)
Address: St. John's
Religion: Church of England
Citation details: 342/1806 V1806342 147A PAINTER JAMES STUBBS SARAH CB
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There is also this reference:

698/1808 V1808698 3A PAINTER JAMES STUBBS SARAH CB

Citation details: 19 September 2016
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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"
Death of a wifeSarah WINGATE
December 1838 (Age 77)
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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

Death of a wifeSarah MANNING
October 5, 1839 (Age 78)
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Life Summary [details]

Alternative Names Manning, Sarah Painter, Sarah Birth 1761 England

Death 5 October 1839 Bagdad, Tasmania, Australia

Cultural Heritage English Passenger Ship Lady Julianna (1790) Second Fleet (1789-90) Occupation convict

Death November 16, 1840 (Age 79)
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Life Summary [details]

Alternative Names Painter, James Birth 1761 England

Death 16 November 1840 New South Wales, Australia

Cultural Heritage English Passenger Ship Sirius (1788) Occupation farmer shipwright Key Events First Fleet (1788)

Note: I am unable to find a relevant death registration.
Family with Sarah MANNING - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: 1791Norfolk Island, , New South Wales, Australia
Family with Sarah WINGATE - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: between 1806 and 1808Parramatta, , New South Wales, Australia
William STUBBS + Sarah WINGATE - View this family
wife’s husband
wife
Marriage: calculated 1795
3 years
step-son
23 months
step-daughter
3 years
step-daughter
3 years
step-daughter
… … + Sarah WINGATE - View this family
wife
step-daughter

BirthWeb Site - People Australia
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Paynter, James (1761–1840)

James Paynter was a carpenter's mate on the Sirius when it landed at Port Jackson in January 1788 as part of the First Fleet. In 1791 he then became a settler at Norfolk Island and received a grant of 60 acres of land at Cascade Stream. By 1794 he was living with Sarah Manning and was employing William Vickery and Daniel Daniels.

Later in 1794 Paynter left Norfolk Island alone for New South Wales and in 1806 married Sarah Stubbs.

ImmigrationWeb Site - People Australia
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Paynter, James (1761–1840)

James Paynter was a carpenter's mate on the Sirius when it landed at Port Jackson in January 1788 as part of the First Fleet. In 1791 he then became a settler at Norfolk Island and received a grant of 60 acres of land at Cascade Stream. By 1794 he was living with Sarah Manning and was employing William Vickery and Daniel Daniels.

Later in 1794 Paynter left Norfolk Island alone for New South Wales and in 1806 married Sarah Stubbs.

MarriageWeb Site - People Australia
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Life Summary [details]

Alternative Names Manning, Sarah Painter, Sarah Birth 1761 England

Death 5 October 1839 Bagdad, Tasmania, Australia

Cultural Heritage English Passenger Ship Lady Julianna (1790) Second Fleet (1789-90) Occupation convict

SettlerWeb Site - People Australia
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Paynter, James (1761–1840)

James Paynter was a carpenter's mate on the Sirius when it landed at Port Jackson in January 1788 as part of the First Fleet. In 1791 he then became a settler at Norfolk Island and received a grant of 60 acres of land at Cascade Stream. By 1794 he was living with Sarah Manning and was employing William Vickery and Daniel Daniels.

Later in 1794 Paynter left Norfolk Island alone for New South Wales and in 1806 married Sarah Stubbs.

SettlerWeb Site - People Australia
Text:

Paynter, James (1761–1840)

James Paynter was a carpenter's mate on the Sirius when it landed at Port Jackson in January 1788 as part of the First Fleet. In 1791 he then became a settler at Norfolk Island and received a grant of 60 acres of land at Cascade Stream. By 1794 he was living with Sarah Manning and was employing William Vickery and Daniel Daniels.

Later in 1794 Paynter left Norfolk Island alone for New South Wales and in 1806 married Sarah Stubbs.

Number of childrenWeb Site - People Australia
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Paynter, Sarah (1761–1839)

Sarah Manning was sentenced to seven years' transportation for stealing clothing from a house. She arrived at Port Jackson aboard the Lady Juliana in 1790 and was sent to Norfolk Island. By 1794 she was living with James Paynter. It seems they married in 1791 in the mass wedding that occurred on the island. No children were recorded.

James Paynter moved to New South Wales in 1794 and married Sarah Stubbs. Sarah Manning went to Van Dieman's Land in 1808. She died at Bagdad in October 1839 still using the surname 'Painter'.

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"

DeathWeb Site - People Australia
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Life Summary [details]

Alternative Names Painter, James Birth 1761 England

Death 16 November 1840 New South Wales, Australia

Cultural Heritage English Passenger Ship Sirius (1788) Occupation farmer shipwright Key Events First Fleet (1788)