Anna Farnsworth Hall
Annie Hall married Alfred Kimber Wilkins, son of William Wilkins and Harriett Bartlett, on 10 Feb 1880 in Ashfield, New South Wales.
Anna and Alfred lived at 20 Maher Street in Hurstville, New South Wales, in 1883.
She and Alfred Kimber Wilkins were divorced in Jun 1911 by Decree Nisi, as reported in the Sydney Morning Herald Divorce Court report, as follows: WILKINS v WILKINS.
Anna Farnsworth Wilkins (formerly Hall) petitioned for a divorce from Alfred Kimber Wilkins, on the ground of misconduct. The parties were married at Ashfield, in 1880, according to Wesleyan rites. A decree nisi was granted. Messrs. Aitken and Aitken appeared for petitioner.
Anna Farnsworth Wilkins died on 16 Jul 1938 in Hurstville, New South Wales.
William Wilkins married Ann Sheppard on 30 Mar 1850 in London.
William Wilkins married Harriett Bartlett on 21 May 1852 at the Wesleyan Chapel, York Street in Sydney, New South Wales, and the Rev. John Eggleston performed the ceremony.
William was the first Headmaster of Fort Street School, Sydney, and the first District Inspector in the NSW Education Department.
William Wilkins died on 10 Nov 1892 at Woodville Road in Guildford, New South Wales, at the age of 65 and the cause of his death was recorded as enlargement of stomach and debility.
He was buried on 12 Nov 1892 at the Church of England Necropolis in Rookwood, New South Wales.
|Harriett Bartlett b. about 1836, d. 20 Aug 1915|
William James Armstead
William James Armstead married Harriet Puzey, daughter of George Puzey and Lucy Pearsall Leonard, on 13 Dec 1882 at St Philip's Church in Sydney, New South Wales, and it was recorded that "the consent of Lucy Henderson mother of the Bride was given to the marriage."
William and Harriet lived at Campbell Street in Balmain, New South Wales.
William James Armstead died in 1939 in Balmain, New South Wales.
|Harriet Puzey b. 15 Apr 1862, d. 17 Apr 1914|