Mary WINDLEY, 18151878 (aged 63 years)

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Name
Mary /WINDLEY/
Given names
Mary
Surname
WINDLEY
Name
Mary /NEWBY/
Type
married name
Given names
Mary
Surname
NEWBY
Also known as
Mary /WINLEY/
Also known as
Mary /WINDLER/
Also known as
Mary /WENDLER/
Also known as
Mary /WINDLAH/
Also known as
Mary /WINDLOW/
Also known as
Mary /WINDLEA/
Also known as
Mary /WINLO/
Note: Patricia Hughes advises:

Patricia Hughes advises:

"The surname was usually spelled WINDLEY, or sometimes WINLEY. Mary’s surname is incorrect on some of her children’s death records – WINDLER, WENDLER, WINDLAH, WINLO, WINDLEA and WINDLOW."

Also:

"In most sources, such as the English censuses and birth and death records, the name was spelled WINDLEY for Mary’s parents and brothers.

She was WINDLEY at her marriage and also on the death records of both John and herself."

BirthHeadstone - Newby - Mary
Newby - Mary
Newby - Mary

Note: Image kindly made available by the volunteers at Australian Cemeteries Index.
BirthObituary - Clinch - Caroline
BaptismEmails - Patricia Hughes
Citation details: 13 September 2016
Text:

In part:

"Mary WINLEY was baptised at Riby, Lincolnshire on 23 April 1815 [Riby Parish registers]. Her parents were Thomas Winley and Hannah Ashton."

MarriagePre 1860 Pioneer Register - Book 1
Citation details: 203
ImmigrationPre 1860 Pioneer Register - Book 1
Citation details: 203
ImmigrationWeb Site - ancestry.com.au
Citation details: New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896
Newby - Mary and children on board the "Alfred"
Newby - Mary and children on board the "Alfred"

Note: Downloaded from ancestry.com.au
EmigrationEmails - Patricia Hughes
Citation details: 13 September 2016
Text:

In part:

"The fact that they were in New Zealand is never mentioned. We know from her death record that my 2 x Great Grandmother Betsy Newby was born in New Zealand on 12 November 1844. I was sceptical until I found articles which confirmed that they lived in Auckland on New Zealand’s Papers Past website,. I have not been able to locate any authoritative record as to when they arrived. One source puts John Newby settling in Auckland in 1843, but that is all the information there is. The first newspaper article in the Daily Southern Cross, dated 27 May 1843, relates to the opening of a Ten Pin Alley established at the Commercial Hotel. It states: “N.B. – Front Entrance from High-street in the rear of the Commercial Hotel (near Mr. Newby’s Forge)….. “ (My underlining). Then in the Daily Southern Cross, 26 April 1845 “JOHN NEWBY, General Smith, High-street, - requests that all debts due to him may be paid before the 30th instant…..” and “JOHN WATSON – BLACKSMITH has taken those premises in High-street lately occupied by JOHN NEWBY…..”.

Mariners and Ships in Australian Waters records passengers Mrs Newby and 3 sons and 3 daughters on the 95 tons schooner Terror which sailed from Auckland on 13 April 1845, arriving in Sydney on 27 April. Mr Newby, also sailed on the Terror from Auckland on 16 June 1845, arriving in Sydney on 10 July. Obviously Mary and the children left, leaving John to settle his affairs in Auckland before sailing to join the family."

ImmigrationEmails - Patricia Hughes
Citation details: 13 September 2016
Text:

In part:

"Mariners and Ships in Australian Waters records passengers Mrs Newby and 3 sons and 3 daughters on the 95 tons schooner Terror which sailed from Auckland on 13 April 1845, arriving in Sydney on 27 April. Mr Newby, also sailed on the Terror from Auckland on 16 June 1845, arriving in Sydney on 10 July. Obviously Mary and the children left, leaving John to settle his affairs in Auckland before sailing to join the family."

ImmigrationMariners and Ships in Australian Waters
Text:

##Mariners and ships in Australian Waters##

###TERROR###

SCHOONER, TONNAGE 95, MASTER DUNNING, SAILED 13 APRIL 1845 FROM WHENCE, AUCKLAND VIA BARIER ISLAND TO PORT JACKSON 27 APRIL, 1845

Surname Given name Station Age Of what Nation Status Comments
DUNNING WM. MASTER CREW
          |8             |VARIOUS|         |VARIOUS       |CREW     |    	 

KINGHORN | |MR | | |PASSENGER|CABIN & MAN SERVANT WANT | |DR | | |PASSENGER|CABIN PADDY |JOHN | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE PADDY | |WIFE | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE PADDY |SON 1 | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE PADDY |SON 2 | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE PADDY |HENRIETTA | |10 months| |PASSENGER|Died on voyage CRISP |GEORGE | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE CRISP | |WIFE | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE CRISP |SON | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE CRISP |DAUGHTER | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE DAWSON |JOHN | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE DAWSON | |WIFE | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE DAWSON |SON | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE DAWSON |DAUGHTER 1 | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE DAWSON |DAUGHTER 2 | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE DAWSON |DAUGHTER 3 | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE DAVIDSON |JOHN | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE DAVIDSON | |WIFE | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE DAVIDSON |SON 1 | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE DAVIDSON |SON 2 | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE DAVIDSON |DAUGHTER 1 | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE DAVIDSON |DAUGHTER 2 | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE DAVIDSON |DAUGHTER 3 | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE DAVIDSON |DAUGHTER 4 | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE NEWBY | |MRS | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE NEWBY |SON 1 | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE NEWBY |SON 2 | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE NEWBY |SON 3 | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE NEWBY |DAUGHTER 1 | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE NEWBY |DAUGHTER 2 | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE NEWBY |DAUGHTER 3 | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE RICHIE |JOHN | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE RICHIE | |WIFE | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE RICHIE |SON 1 | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE RICHIE |SON 2 | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE SPICER | |MRS | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE SPICER |DAUGHTER | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE KING |G | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE BROTHERS |J | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE BROTHERS | |WIFE | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE BROTHERS |SON 1 | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE BROTHERS |SON 2 | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE BROTHERS |DAUGHTER 1 | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE BROTHERS |DAUGHTER 2 | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE JONES |SAMUEL | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE DUDLEY |S | | | |PASSENGER|STEERAGE

Source: State Records Authority of New South Wales: Shipping Master's Office; Passengers Arriving 1826 - 1900; Part Colonial Secretary series covering 1845 - 1853, reels 1272 [4/5227] -1280 [4/5244]. Transcribed by Gloria Sheehan.

DeathDeaths Registered in New South Wales
Citation details: 7138/1878 NEWBY MARY THOMAS HANNAH MANNING RIVER
DeathHeadstone - Newby - Mary
Newby - Mary
Newby - Mary

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MemorialWeb Site - Australian Cemeteries Index
BurialPre 1860 Pioneer Register - Book 1
Citation details: 203