Mid North Coast Pioneers - Newcastle to Lismore and beyond

Pioneer

William STUBBSAge: 3817671805

Name
William STUBBS
Given names
William
Surname
STUBBS
Birth 1767
Publication: http://oa.anu.edu.au
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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

MarriageSarah WINGATEView this family
calculated 1795 (Age 28)

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 30)

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 31)
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 34)

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 35)
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.

Note: Arrived on board the "Coromandel" with Sarah and their three children.
Property
Grant of 100 acres
May 13, 1803 (Age 36)
Address: "Maroota"
Publication: Windsor and Richmond Gazette (NSW : 1888 - 1954) Fri 31 Oct 1924 Page 12
Citation details: Land Grants
Text:

1792-1807 STUBBS William 100 - - Mulgrave Place NRS 13836 [7/445], Register 1, Page 139; Reel 2560

Stubbs landholding in Maroota in early 1900's
Stubbs landholding in Maroota in early 1900's

Note: Downloaded from the NSW Land and Property Information web site.

Birth of a daughter
#4
Keturah PAINTER
March 31, 1804 (Age 37)
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 May 29, 1805 (Age 38)
Address: Hawksbury River
Cause of death: 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.

Obituary June 2, 1805 (4 days after death)
Publication: Newspaper; NSW; 1803 - 1842
Citation details: Sunday 2 June 1805, page 2
Stubbs - William - Obituary
Stubbs - William - Obituary

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Burial
Address: In stone vault on "Maroota".
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."

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

BirthWeb Site - Obituaries Australia
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

MarriageEbenezer Pioneers of the Hawksbury - Part 1
Publication: Windsor and Richmond Gazette (NSW : 1888 - 1954) Fri 31 Oct 1924 Page 12
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.

PropertyEbenezer Pioneers of the Hawksbury - Part 1
Publication: Windsor and Richmond Gazette (NSW : 1888 - 1954) Fri 31 Oct 1924 Page 12
PropertyNSW State Archives & Records
Citation details: Land Grants
Text:

1792-1807 STUBBS William 100 - - Mulgrave Place NRS 13836 [7/445], Register 1, Page 139; Reel 2560

DeathWeb Site - Obituaries Australia
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

DeathEbenezer Pioneers of the Hawksbury - Part 1
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."

DeathNewspaper - The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser
Publication: Newspaper; NSW; 1803 - 1842
Citation details: Sunday 2 June 1805, page 2
Stubbs - William - Obituary
Stubbs - William - Obituary

Note: Downloaded from Trove.

ObituaryNewspaper - The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser
Publication: Newspaper; NSW; 1803 - 1842
Citation details: Sunday 2 June 1805, page 2
Stubbs - William - Obituary
Stubbs - William - Obituary

Note: Downloaded from Trove.

BurialEbenezer Pioneers of the Hawksbury - Part 1
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."

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