William Alfred Jackson
William Alfred Jackson married Amelia Wells in 1891 in Wollombi, New South Wales.
William Alfred Jackson died in 1941 in Singleton, New South Wales.
Amelia Wells married William Alfred Jackson in 1891 in Wollombi, New South Wales.
Amelia Jackson died in 1962 in Hamilton, New South Wales.
Daniel Joseph Syron
|Father*||Patrick Syron b. a 1825, d. 1905|
|Mother*||Frances Smith b. a 1828, d. 1915|
Daniel was a Labourer in 1929.
Daniel Joseph Syron died on 9 January 1942 at the Macleay River District Hospital in Taree, New South Wales, at the age of 77.
He was buried on 10 January 1942 at the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Dawson River in Taree, New South Wales, and the cause of his death was recorded as accidental, as a result of him being run over by a vehicle at Coopernook.
|Susannah Clarke b. 19 May 1870, d. 13 April 1954|
Susannah Clarke died on 13 April 1954 at the Wallamba War Memorial Hospital in Nabiac, New South Wales, at the age of 83 at the age of 86 years. The report in the Manning River Times of 28 April 1954 read: Late Mrs Syron's Many Descendants
The late Mrs Susan Syron, who passed away on April 13, aged 85 years, is survived by daughters Norah (Minimbah), Annie (Wallsend), Hope (Beralla), Kate (Islington) and sons Dave (Newcastle), Bob (Minimbah), Paddy (Sydney) and 97 grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Two daughters and one son predeceased her.
She was buried on 15 April 1954 at the Church of England Cemetery in Forster, New South Wales.
|Daniel Joseph Syron b. 23 October 1864, d. 9 January 1942|
He emigrated on 25 February 1840 from Port Macquarie, New South Wales, from Kingston Harbour (Co. Dublin, Ireland) on board the convict ship "Augusta Jessie", which carried 155 male prisoners, including 23 Junior Prisoners. Patrick Syron, age 15, was one of these, (Convict No.407518) and he had been sentenced to transportation for 7 years for stealing tobacco. It is recorded that junior convicts attended a school for an hour and a half each morning and afternoon. Bryan Coan was listed as a schoolmaster on the convict indents and it may have been he who conducted the school during the voyage. The ship landed in Sydney on 25 Feb 1840.
Patrick was possibly granted land following the granting of his Certificate of Freedom at Oxley Island in Manning River District, New South Wales.
Patrick Syron married Frances Smith on 17 July 1848 at St Andrew's Church in Port Macquarie, New South Wales, according to Patrick's information on Daniel's birth certificate.
He and Frances Syron lived in Oxley Island, New South Wales, according to Patrick's information on Daniel's birth certificate in October 1864.
Patrick Syron died in 1905 in Port Macquarie, New South Wales, at the age of 80 years. Parents' names not recorded.
He was buried in Port Macquarie, New South Wales, in an unmarked grave.
|Frances Smith b. about 1828, d. 1915|
Frances Smith married Patrick Syron on 17 July 1848 at St Andrew's Church in Port Macquarie, New South Wales, according to Patrick's information on Daniel's birth certificate. Frances Smith was also known as Fanny.
She and Patrick Syron lived in Oxley Island, New South Wales, according to Patrick's information on Daniel's birth certificate in October 1864.
Frances Smith died in 1915 at Victoria Street in Taree, New South Wales, a daughter of Patrick and Agnes.
She was buried at Dawson River Cemetery, Landsdowne Road in Taree, New South Wales, in an unmarked grave.
|Patrick Syron b. about 1825, d. 1905|
William Leslie Graham
William Leslie Graham married Margaret Burke, daughter of Patrick Henry Burke and Johanna O'Connor, in 1919 in Waverley, New South Wales.
William was a Night Watchman in 1944.
William Leslie Graham died in 1950 in Waverley, New South Wales.
|Father*||Patrick Henry Burke b. a 1865, d. 1920|
|Mother*||Johanna O'Connor b. a 1870|
Margaret Burke married William Leslie Graham in 1919 in Waverley, New South Wales.
John Franklin Herbertson
He lived in Nevertire, New South Wales, in 1885.
John was a Boundary Rider in 1885.
John Franklin Herbertson married Mary Virgo Fuller, daughter of John Smith and Ann Lee, on 25 August 1885 at the Manse in Dubbo, New South Wales, and it was recorded that Mary was a Widow and that John was a Widower. It seems probable that Mary believed she was a widow as she had had no contact from her husband James for around ten years and presumed him to be deceased.
John Franklin Herbertson died in 1904 in Granville, New South Wales, a son of John F. and Christina Herbertson.
Patrick Henry Burke
Patrick Henry Burke married Johanna O'Connor in 1887 in Tenterfield, New South Wales.
Patrick Henry Burke died in 1920 in Waverley, New South Wales.
|Johanna O'Connor b. about 1870|
Johanna O'Connor married Patrick Henry Burke in 1887 in Tenterfield, New South Wales.
|Patrick Henry Burke b. about 1865, d. 1920|
Francis Hervey Grante
Francis Hervey Grante married Margaret Flanagan about 1900.
Francis was a Horse Breeder.
Francis Hervey Grante died before 1929.
Margaret Flanagan married Francis Hervey Grante about 1900.
Margaret Flanagan died before 1929.
|Father*||William McLennan b. a 1851, d. 1939|
|Mother*||Jane McKay b. a 1860|