James WEBSTER + Ann Annie McINTOSH

5 children
1843
Birth: 1843 22 21Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Death:
1848
Birth: 1848 27 26Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Death:
18521939
Birth: April 12, 1852 31 30Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Death: about 1939Rose Bay, New South Wales, Australia
18211872
Birth: 1821 26 20Coupar Angus, Angus, Scotland, United Kingdom
Death: October 12, 1872Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
17951828
Birth: about 1795Scotland, United Kingdom
Death: 1828Dundee, Scotland, United Kingdom
18001885
Birth: March 11, 1800Kettle, Fife, Scotland, United Kingdom
Death: June 18, 1885Cooks Hill, New South Wales, Australia
18211907
Birth: October 1, 1821Strathspey, Inverness-shire, Scotland, United Kingdom
Death: January 11, 1907Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia

Facts and events

Marriage May 22, 1842
Immigration
On board the "Aden"
October 8, 1842
Note: James was brought to Australia under contract with the Australian Agricultural Company. He was the l…

James was brought to Australia under contract with the Australian Agricultural Company. He was the last of his family to be contracted by the company.

Also brought out by The A.A. Company and arriving aboard the ship 'Richard Webb' on 24 September 1840, amongst the first Scottish miners brought out, was James' elder brother John. Also aboard was John LINDSAY who married James and John's sister Agnes. James' mother (Helen) and sisters came out with Helen's second husband Robert WILLIAMSON and their children. Robert was also under contract with the company and arrived aboard the ship 'Hero of Malown' on 21 November 1841. Other family members who came out with the A.A. Company were James LINDSAY (brother to Helen), Enoch DAVIES and Thomas TUDOR (both married half-sisters to James).

Family residence 1843
Family residence 1848
Note: The family residing here is not known for certain.
Family residence 1852