Hannah (Wife of William/Grave Graves) Wane/Grave/ Graves

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  • Name Hannah (Wife of William/Grave Graves) Wane/Grave/ Graves 
    Born Circa 1788 - 1790  Cumberland, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Parish History
      CROSTHWAITE (St. Kentigern), a parish, in the union of Cockermouth, Allerdale ward below Derwent, W. division of Cumberland, a mile (N. by W.) from Keswick.
      (Wikipedia)

      St Kentigern's Church, Crosthwaite is a church at Great Crosthwaite on the outskirts of Keswick in Cumbria, England. It is the Anglican church of the parish of Crosthwaite.
      (Wikipedia)

      Manors in the Lakes district and Denman
      The Derwent water Lands of the Greenwich Hospital, 1817
      (Map)

      The clearest failure of the Receivers and Directors to gi
      ve primacy to the interests of the Hospital in managing the Keswick Estate, was in the enclosure of Thornthwaite common and the creation of the Hospital Plantation.
      Thornthwaite was a mostly customary manor to the west of the Derwent, where it ran between Derwentwater and Bassenthwaite Lake, and had some 1250 acres of defined common on the Derwent Fells. The Hospital had no demesne
      land in 1735, but had gained a small estate at Beckstones in 1811, through the conviction of the customary tenant, Hannah Grave, for felony. (Page 124)
      Manors in the Lakes district and Denman

      Greenwich Hospital
      Resumption of land at Beckstones in 1811 occupied by Hannah Grave (the customary tenant) after her conviction for a felony - see page 124

      The Royal Hospital for Seamen at Greenwich was created as a charity by William and Mary, under a founding charter of 1694, which gave as its purpose the reliefe and support of Seamen serving on board the Ships and Vessells belonging to the Navy Royall..who by reason of Age, Wounds or other disabilities shall be uncapable of further service ... and unable to maintain themselves'.
      (Page 78)

      1) and (2) Marriages. November 22nd 1800.
      William James Grave of this parish, batchelor, aged 26 years, and Hannah Wane of the parish of Crosthwaite, a minor, married in this church by licence with consent of parents, this 22nd day of November 1800.
      (Grave ~ Torpenhow Parish Register, Also included in Little Family Tree)

      old map:- Crosthwaite 1783-94 (Bas), Series of maps, An Accurate Map of the Matchless Lake of Derwent, of the Grand Lake of Windermere, of the Beautiful Lake of Ullswater, of Broadwater or Bassenthwaite Lake, of Coniston Lake, of Buttermere, Crummock and Loweswater Lakes, and Pocklington's Island, by Peter Crosthwaite, Kendal, Cumberland now Cumbria, 1783 to 1794.

      Beckstones / Mr Jonathan Wane's
      (Old Cumbria Gazetteer)

      Name Jonathan Wane
      Gender Male
      Christening Date 27 May 1746
      Christening Place CROSTHWAITE,CUMBERLAND,ENGLAND
      Father's Name John Wane
      Mother's Name Rachel
      "England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," database, Family Search
      (England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975)

      Marriage of John Wane and Rachel Cape
      Name John Wane
      Spouse's Name Rachel Cape
      Event Date 03 Aug 1745
      Event Place Crosthwaite,Cumberland,England
      "England Marriages, 1538?1973 ," database, FamilySearch


      Marriage of Jonathan Wane
      Name Jonathan Wane
      Spouse's Name Jane Fund
      Event Date 10 Feb 1773
      Event Place Bassenthwaite, Cumberland, England
      "England Marriages, 1538?1973 ," database, FamilySearch

      Jane Fund
      Name Jane Fund
      Gender Female
      Christening Date 12 Jun 1748
      Christening Place CROSTHWAITE,CUMBERLAND,ENGLAND
      Father's Name John Fund
      Mother's Name Hannah


      Child
      Name Mary Wane
      Gender Female
      Christening Date 31 Mar 1779
      Christening Place THORNTHWAITE,CUMBERLAND,ENGLAND
      Father's Name Jonathan Wane
      Mother's Name Jane

      "England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," database, FamilySearch


      Name: Daniel Wane
      Gender: Male
      Birth Date: 23 Dec 1709
      Baptism Date: 5 Jan 1710
      Baptism Place: Crosthwaite,Cumberland,England
      Father: Daniel Wane
      Mother: Sarah
      FHL Film Number: 0926148-149, 0924744
      England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975

      John Wane
      Name ... Wane
      Gender Male
      Christening Date 05 Aug 1712
      Christening Place CROSTHWAITE,CUMBERLAND,ENGLAND
      Father's Name Daniel Wane
      Mother's Name Sarah

      Name Jonathan Wane
      Gender Male
      Christening Date 27 May 1746
      Christening Place CROSTHWAITE,CUMBERLAND,ENGLAND
      Father's Name John Wane
      Mother's Name Rachel
      "England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," database, FamilySearch

      Name John Wane
      Spouse's Name Rachel Cape
      Event Date 03 Aug 1745
      Event Place Crosthwaite,Cumberland,England
      "England Marriages, 1538?1973 ," database, FamilySearch

      Name Daniel Wane
      Gender Male
      Christening Date 23 Mar 1748
      Christening Place CROSTHWAITE,CUMBERLAND,ENGLAND
      Father's Name John Wane
      Mother's Name Rachel
      "England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," database, FamilySearch


      Name John Wane
      Gender Male
      Christening Date 12 Aug 1755
      Christening Place CROSTHWAITE,CUMBERLAND,ENGLAND
      Father's Name John Wane
      Mother's Name Rachel
      "England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," database, FamilySearch

      A Daniel Wane

      Name: Daniel Wane
      Gender: Male
      Baptism Date: 1 Mar 1738
      Baptism Place: Crosthwaite,Cumberland,England
      Father: Jeremiah Wane
      Mother: Jane
      FHL Film Number: 0926148-149, 0924744
      (England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975)

      Name: Jeremiah Wane
      Gender: Male
      Marriage Date: 21 May 1734
      Marriage Place: Crosthwaite,Cumberland,England
      Spouse: Jane How
      FHL Film Number: 0924744 IT 2, 0926148 IT 8, 0962148 IT 7, 90604, 90605
      England, Select Marriages, 1538?1973

      Name: Daniel Wane
      Residence Place: Bassenthwaite, Cumberland, England
      Death Date: Abt 1809
      Record Date: 19 Dec 1809
      Record Place: Carlisle, Cumberland, England
      Occupation or Status: Yeoman
      UK, Death Duty Registers Index, 1796-1811

      Reference: IR 26/302/72
      Description: Abstract of Will of Daniel Wane, Yeoman of Bassenthwaite, Cumberland. Proved in the Court of Carlisle.
      Date: December 19 1809
      Held by: The National Archives, Kew
      Legal status: Public Record(s)
      Closure status: Open Document, Open Description
      UK, Death Duty Registers Index, 1796-1811
      Burial?
      Name: Daniel Wane
      Gender: Male
      Age: 71
      Birth Date: 1738
      Burial Date: 14 Aug 1809
      Burial Place: Lancaster, Lancashire, England
      FHL Film Number: 1526146
      (England, Select Deaths and Burials, 1538-1991)

      Another Daniel Wane
      Name: Daniel Wane
      Gender: Male
      Baptism Date: 23 Mar 1748
      Baptism Place: Crosthwaite,Cumberland,England
      Father: John Wane
      Mother: Rachel
      FHL Film Number: 0926148-149, 0924744
      England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975

      and
      Name: Daniel Wane
      Gender: Male
      Baptism Date: 30 Oct 1757
      Baptism Place: Crosthwaite,Cumberland,England
      Father: William Wane
      Mother: Sarah
      FHL Film Number: 0926148-149, 0924744
      England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975

      A Hannah Wane
      Name: Hannah Wane
      Gender: Female
      Baptism Date: 12 Jul 1774
      Baptism Place: Crosthwaite,Cumberland,England
      Father: Daniel Wane
      Mother: Hannah
      FHL Film Number: 0926148-149, 0924744
      England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975

      Name: Sarah Wane
      Gender: Female
      Baptism Date: 27 Jan 1777
      Baptism Place: Crosthwaite,Cumberland,England
      Father: Daniel Wane
      Mother: Hannah
      FHL Film Number: 0926148-149, 0924744
      England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975

      Name: Jeremiah Wane
      Gender: Male
      Baptism Date: 14 Oct 1787
      Baptism Place: Crosthwaite,Cumberland,England
      Father: Daniel Wane
      Mother: Hannah Bell
      FHL Film Number: 0926148-149, 0924744
      England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975

      Name: Wane
      Gender: Male
      Baptism Date: 5 Aug 1712
      Baptism Place: Crosthwaite,Cumberland,England
      Father: Daniel Wane
      Mother: Sarah
      FHL Film Number: 0926148-149, 0924744
      England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975

      Name: Sarah Wane
      Gender: Female
      Baptism Date: 27 Nov 1717
      Baptism Place: Crosthwaite,Cumberland,England
      Father: Daniel Wane
      Mother: Sarah
      FHL Film Number: 0926148-149, 0924744
      England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975

      Name: Mary Wane
      Gender: Female
      Baptism Date: 19 Jan 1720
      Baptism Place: Crosthwaite,Cumberland,England
      Father: Daniel Wane
      Mother: Sarah
      FHL Film Number: 0926148-149, 0924744
      England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975

      Name: Daniel Wane
      Gender: Male
      Birth Date: 23 Dec 1709
      Baptism Date: 5 Jan 1710
      Baptism Place: Crosthwaite,Cumberland,England
      Father: Daniel Wane
      Mother: Sarah
      FHL Film Number: 0926148-149, 0924744
      England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975

      The Royal Hospital for Seamen at Greenwich (the Greenwich Hospital or the Hospital) was the charity which benefited from the rents and profits of the
      confiscated estates of the Earl of Derwentwater (the Derwentwater Estates), and later owned those estates outright, as the Northern Estates. The grant was made in 1735 and held intact for nearly one hundred years, until the part of the property including Keswick and Thornthwaite was sold in 1832 to John Marshall, whose ownership will be considered in Chapter 7. The Greenwich Hospital was an owner whose primary objective in managing the estates was to provide part of the revenues for building and running the hospital at Greenwich. From 1763, and out-pensions of 7 per annum were also introduced, and these gradually increased in importance.
      2 From 1829 the responsibility for out-pensioners was removed, together with certain revenues, leaving the Northern Estates as the principal source of revenue for the Hospital.
    Gender Female 
    Convict 31 Aug 1810  Cumberland, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Name: Hannah Grave
    Date of Trial: Summer 1810
    Trial Year: 1810
    Location of Trial: Cumberland, England
    Sentence:Death
    (England & Wales, Criminal Registers, 1791-1892)

    County of Cumberland
    Hannah Grave, Summer Asizes, 1810, crime, sheep stealing, sentence, death
    (England & Wales, Criminal Registers, 1791-1892)

    Death Sentences-1810
    Accused: Hannah Grave
    Trial Date: Summer 1810
    Trial Place: Cumberland, England
    (British Newspaper Research 1750-1950)

    Carlisle Journal
    8 September 1810
    Cumberland Assizes
    Crown Side
    Saturday, September1.
    Hannah Grave was charged with stealing a sheep, valued 10s., the property of Elizabeth Vickers of Thorntwaite. The fact was fully established in evidence, and the prisoner was found guilty.
    Monday, September 4
    James Parker and Hannah Grave were then sentenced to DEATH but were afterwards reprieved.

    James Parker was not connected to Hannah Graves. He was charged with stealing a mare, also five heifers and one steer. He was found not guilty on the first charge and guilty of the second.

    Hannah, wife of William Graves, trial Cumberland Asizes, 31 Aug 1810, term 14 years
    (The National Archives of the United Kingdom; Kew, Surrey, England; Convicts transported; Class: HO 11; Piece: 2., Australian Convict Transportation Registers-Other Fleets & Ships, 1791-1868)
    Death Sentences-1810
    Hannah Grave, Summer 1810, Cumberland, England

    A William grave
    Name: William Grave
    Vessel: Lady Montagu
    Convicted Date: 3 Jul 1849
    Voyage Date: 31 Jul 1852
    Colony: Tasmania (Van Diemen's Land)
    Place of Conviction: Cumberland, England
    (Australian Convict Transportation Registers ? Other Fleets & Ships, 1791-1868)

    William Grave was tried at Carlisle on
    29th July 1849, he was centenced to seven years transportation for Larceny.
    William was a cripple who walked with a stick.

    Name: William Grave
    Date: 3 Jul 1849
    Place: Tasmania, Australia
    Record Type: Register
    Ship: Cumberland
    Reference Number: CON22-1-8
    (Tasmania, Australia, Convict Court and Selected Records, 1800-1899)

    There is a transcription error in the record above. I the image it states he was tried at Carlisle, Cumberland aith no ship mentioned.

    Name: William Grave
    Age: 23
    Estimated birth year: abt 1814
    Date of Trial: 17 Oct 1837
    Trial Year: 1837
    Location of Trial: Cumberland, England
    Sentence: Imprisonment
    England & Wales, Criminal Registers, 1791-1892

    Name: William Grave
    Date of Trial: 7 Apr 1840
    Trial Year: 1840
    Location of Trial: Cumberland, England
    Sentence: Acquittal
    England & Wales, Criminal Registers, 1791-1892

    Name: William Grave
    Date of Trial: 3 Jul 1849
    Trial Year: 1849
    Location of Trial: Cumberland, England
    Sentence: Transportation
    England & Wales, Criminal Registers, 1791-1892

    William Grave was previously convicted of Felony and Larceny.
    England & Wales, Criminal Registers, 1791-1892

    Name: William Grave
    Vessel: Lady Montagu
    Convicted Date: 3 Jul 1849
    Voyage Date: 31 Jul 1852
    Colony: Tasmania (Van Diemen's Land)
    Place of Conviction: Cumberland, England
    Australian Convict Transportation Registers ? Other Fleets & Ships, 1791-1868

    He was tried in the Quarter Sessions, Carlisle, Cumberland

    1841 England Census
    Name: William Grave
    Age: 30 Estimated birth year:
    abt 1811
    Gender: Male
    Where born: Cumberland, England
    Civil Parish: Workington
    Hundred: Allerdale above Derwent
    County/Island: Cumberland
    Country: England
    Argicultural Labourer
     
    Convict Arrival 25 Oct 1812  From England to Sydney, New South Wales. Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Hannah, wife of William Grave, convicted at Cumberland Assizes,31 Aug 1810, sentence, 14 years
    (From Australian Convict Transportation Registers-Other Fleets & Ships, 1791-1868)

    Name: Hannah Graves
    Arrival Date: Oct 1812
    Vessel: Minstrel
    Province: New South Wales
    Title: Female
    Year(s): 1788-1819
    Place of Conviction: Carlisle
    New South Wales, Australia, Settler and Convict Lists, 1787-1834)

    Graves, Hannah, Oct 1912, ship Minstrel, tried at Carlisle, August 1811
    (New South Wales, Australia, Settler and Convict Lists, 1787-1834)

    Convict Ship Minstrel 1812
    The Convict ship Minstrel sailed from England on 4th June 1812 in company with the Indefatigable
    The Indefatigable and the Minstrel arrived at Rio de Janeiro on 29th July and found there the Archduke Charles from Ireland with 150 male and 40 female prisoners bound for Port Jackson.

    The three vessels sailed in company from Rio the 11th August 1811 but the Archduke Charles separated the day following. The Minstrel and the Indefatigable kept company until the 17 August and then separated in a gale of wind.

    The Minstrel arrived in Port Jackson on 25 October 1812. According to the Sydney Gazette the women were all in a fine healthy state. The convict indents give only basic information such as name, when and where convicted and sentence. No ages are recorded, nor marital status on arrival.

    On the 28th October an order was given that the few women who were permitted to be assigned to people in Sydney were to be landed that afternoon with a complete set of slops and bedding. The remainder of the women were to be taken to Parramatta Female Factory by water at sunrise the following morning. Boats were to be ready alongside the Minstrel to receive them and convey them twenty miles up the river to Parramatta. The women were probably fortunate to have made the journey when they did as the weather was probably fine and warm, however three weeks later they witnessed the first storm since their arrival in the colony. There was a torrential downpour. Crops were destroyed, pigeons killed by enormous hailstones and newly shorn sheep perished in the cold as the Parramatta River rose to an alarming height before subsiding once more.

    The women would have been at Parramatta when Captain Haddon Smith of the 73rd Regiment arrived. He was to take up his new appointment as Commandant at Parramatta and Superintendent of the Government factory on 1st November 1812 and was replacing Lieutenant Robert Durie of the 73rd who was proceeding to Europe.
    (From Convict Ship Minstrel 1812-Free Settler or Felon?)

    Minstrel was a 672 ton merchant ship and convict ship that transported convicts to Australia.

    Under the command of John Reid, Minstrel left England on 4 June 1812 with 127 female convicts. She sailed via Rio de Janeiro and arrived at Port Jackson on 25 October. Two female convicts died on the voyage. Minstrel left Port Jackson on 14 January 1813 bound for Norfolk Island.
    (Wikipedia)

    Name: Hannah Grave wife of William
    Vessel: Indefatigable
    Convicted Date: 31 Aug 1810
    Voyage Date: May 1812
    Colony: New South Wales
    Place of Conviction: Cumberland, England
    (Australian Convict Transportation Registers-Other Fleets & Ships, 1791-1868)

    Hannah ux William Grave, trial Cumberland, Assizes, date 31 Aug 1810, dentence, 14 years
     
    Departure 4 Oct 1813  From Sydney to Newcastle Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Name: Hannah Greaves
    Event Date: 4 Oct 1813
    Arrival Year: 1812
    Vessel: Minstrel
    Event Description: On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per "Estramina"
    Comments: Per "Minstrel", 1812
    (New South Wales, Australia, Colonial Secretary's Papers, 1788-1825)

    List of Prisoners to be sent to Newcastle, 4 October 1813
    Ship Minstrel, Hannah Greaves, convict -, 25 Sep., Sentence, 1 year




     
    Arrival 8 Oct 1815  Sydney, New South Wales, from Newcastle Find all individuals with events at this location 
    This ship Francis and Eliza must have called into Newcastle

    Name: Hannah Greaves
    Event Date: 29 Oct 1815
    Arrival Year: 1815
    Vessel: Francis and Eliza
    Event Description: Assigned as servant to Thomas Collins
    Comments: Per "Francis and Eliza", 1815
    Series: (NRS 897) Main series of letters received, 1788-1825
    Item: 4/1733
    Page: 15
    (New South Wales, Australia, Colonial Secretary's Papers, 1788-1825)

    Hannah Greaves, age 35, conviction, Carlisle, date, July 1808, assigned as servant on October 29, 1815 to Thomas Collins
    (New South Wales, Australia, Colonial Secretary's Papers, 1788-1825)

    Convicts arriving per Francis and Eliza, 8 day of August 1815 and assigned as Indented Servants
    Hannah Greaves, age 35, Carlisle , trial, July 1808?, time of Indenting, October 29, 1815, name of person contracting residence, Thomas Collins, his X mark, Hannah Greaves came from Newcastle, October, 28th.
    (New South Wales, Australia, Colonial Secretary's Papers, 1788-1825)

    New South Wales and Tasmania: Settlers and Convicts 1787-1859
    First name(s) Thomas
    Last name Collins
    Place of Conviction: Old Bailey
    First name(s) Thomas
    Last name Collins
    Birth year-
    Arrival year 1790
    Ship name Scarborough
    Where convicted Old Bailey
    When convicted 1788
    Occupation Mariner
    Residence Sydney
    State New South Wales
    Country Australia
    Record set New South Wales and Tasmania: Settlers and Convicts 1787-1859
    Category Travel & migration
    Subcategory Transportation
    Collections from Australasia

    There was a Thomas Collins on the Francis and Eliza
    Thomas Collins
    Francis and Eliza, 1815
    1816, P.M.S. Page 42, 4/1849
    (New South Wales, Australia, Convict Registers of Conditional and Absolute Pardons, 1788-1870)

    Name: Thomas Collins
    Event Date: 14 Oct 1816
    Arrival Year: 1815
    Vessel: Francis and Eliza
    Event Description: Petition by his wife Ann for mitigation of his sentence
    Comments: Per "Francis and Eliza", 1815
    Page: 42
    (New South Wales, Australia, Colonial Secretary's Papers, 1788-1856)





     
    Personal 1821  Sydney, New South wales Find all individuals with events at this location 
    1816 to 1821
    Name: Hannah Graves
    Arrival Date: Oct 1812
    Vessel: Minstrell
    Province: New South Wales
    Title: Female
    Year(s): 1821
    Place of Conviction: Carlisle
    (New South Wales, Australia, Settler and Convict Lists, 1787-1834)

    1821
    Graves, Hannah, date of arrival, October 1812, ship Minstrell, master of Ship, Reed, convicted at Carlisle, August 1811, 14 years
    (From (New South Wales, Australia, Settler and Convict Lists, 1787-1834))

    Thomas Collins
    Name: Thomas Collins
    Arrival Date: Jun 1790
    Vessel: Scarborough
    Fleet: Second
    Province: New South Wales
    Title: Male
    Year(s): 1816
    Place of Conviction: Old Bailey
    (New South Wales, Australia, Settler and Convict Lists, 1787-1834)

    1816
    Collins, Thomas, arrival date, June 1790, ship Scarborough, tried, Old Bailey, June 1790
    Graves
    (From (New South Wales, Australia, Settler and Convict Lists, 1787-1834)

    Graves, Hannah, date of arrival, October 1812, ship Minstrell, master of Ship, Reed, convicted at Carlisle, August 1811, 14 years
    (From (New South Wales, Australia, Settler and Convict Lists, 1787-1834))

    Ticket of Leave
    Hannah, wife of William Grave, conviction Cumberland Assizes, 31 August 1810, term fourteen years.

    Name: Hannah Grave
    [Willm Grave]
    Date of Conviction: 31 Aug 1810
    Place of Conviction: Cumberland
    Vessel: Minstrel
    Port of Arrival: Sydney
    Date of Arrival: 25 Oct 1812
    Ticket of Leave: Yes
    (State Records Authority of New South Wales)

     
    Residence 1816, 1818, 1821  New South Wales Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Name: Hannah Graves
    Arrival Date: Oct 1812
    Vessel: Mantrell
    Province: New South Wales
    Title: Female
    Year(s): 1816
    Place of Conviction: Carlisle
    (New South Wales, Australia, Settler and Convict Lists, 1787-1834)

    Name: Thomas Collins
    Arrival Date: Jun 1790
    Vessel: Scarborough
    Fleet: Second
    Province: New South Wales
    Title: Male
    Year(s): 1816
    Place of Conviction: Old Bailey
    (New South Wales, Australia, Settler and Convict Lists, 1787-1834)

    Name: Hannah Graves
    Arrival Date: Oct 1812
    Vessel: Minstrell
    Province: New South Wales
    Title: Female
    Year(s): 1818
    Place of Conviction: Carlisle
    (New South Wales, Australia, Settler and Convict Lists, 1787-1834)

    Name: Hannah Graves
    Arrival Date: Oct 1812
    Vessel: Minstrel
    Province: New South Wales
    Title: Female
    Year(s): 1820
    Place of Conviction: Carlisle
    (New South Wales, Australia, Settler and Convict Lists, 1787-1834)

    Name: Hannah Graves
    Arrival Date: Oct 1812
    Vessel: Minstrell
    Province: New South Wales
    Title: Female
    Year(s): 1821
    Place of Conviction: Carlisle
    (New South Wales, Australia, Settler and Convict Lists, 1787-1834)

     
    Personal 1822  Sydney Find all individuals with events at this location 
    General muster, New South Wales
    1822
    Pate, William, convict, ship Recovery, sentence 14 years, assigned as Government servant to H. or M. Charlton, Sydney
    (New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters, 1806-1849)

    1822 Muster
    Barns, John, age 39, government servant to Matthew Charlton, Cumberland St., Sydney
     
    Personal 1822  Cumberland Street, Sydnay Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Name: Hannah Charlton
    Event Date: 1822
    Event Description: On list of persons receiving an assigned convict
    Comments: Of Cumberland Street
    Series: (NRS 898) Special bundles, 1794-1825
    Item: 4/4570D
    Page: 62
    (New South Wales, Australia, Colonial Secretary's Papers, 1788-1825)

    Prisoner's name, Richard Jackson, ship, Recovery, to whom assigned, Hannah Charlton, residence, Cumberland Street
    (New South Wales, Australia, Colonial Secretary's Papers, 1788-1825)

    1828 Census
    Cross Reference to M. Charlton
    Ref. No, P0121
    Pareen, Robert, 30, ticket of leave, ship Ocean 1, 1815, sentence, life, shoemaker, with M. Charlton, Cumberland St., Sydney 
    Census 1822  Sydney Find all individuals with events at this location 
    1822 Convict Muster
    Graves, Hannah, status, ticket of leave, government servant, Minstral, sentence 7 years, wife of Matthew Charlton, Sydney
    Graves, George, age 7, born in the Colony
    Graves, William, age 6 years, born in the Colony
    Children of Hannah Graves
    Charlton, Matthew, came in the Ship Recovery, sentence life, Government Employee.
    (New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters, 1806-1849)
     
    Certificate of Freedom 2 Sep 1824  Sydney, New South Wales Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Certificate of Freedom
    Number: 12/2602
    Name: Hannah, wife of William Graves
    Vessel: Minstrel
    Year Arrived: 1812
    Where Convicted: Cumberland Asizes
    When Convicted: 31 Aug 1810
    Term: 14 years
    Native place: Cumberland
    Calling: Servant
    Age: 37
    Height: 5 feet, 5 and 1/4 inches
    Complexion: Ruddy
    Hair: Brown
    Eyes: Hazel
    Date of Certificate: 2nd. September 1824
    General Remnarks: Ticket of Leave No. 514/736, now returned and torn up.
    (New South Wales, Australia, Certificates of Freedom, 1810-1814, 1827-1867)

    There was another Hannah Charlton.
    Mrs. HANNAH CHARLTON; and Children, leaving the Colony by an early Opportunity, requests all Claims to be presented; and requests all those indebted to her, to come forward and settle their Accounts without delay.
    The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, New South Wales,Thursday, 7 October 1824



    PUBLIC NOTICE.



    COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, 18th SEPT. 1823
    TICKETS OF LEAVE CONTINUED.
    Minstrel .Hannah, ux Wm. Grave, do
     
    Personal 1825  The Rocks Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Pate, William, convict, ship Recovery, 1819, sentence 14 years, assigned as Government Servant to Hannah Charlton, Rocks
    New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters, 1806-1849  
    Personal 1825  Pioneer Register Vol. 26 Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Pioneer Register Vol. 26
    Matthew Charlton. born circa 1794, Doncaster, Yorkshire, arrived 17.12.1819, on ship Recovery, convict
    married 30.1.1821, St Phillips Sydney,
    Hannah graves nee-, (government Servant).
    Children;
    1. George Collins, stepson, born 1815, Sydney, (father Thomas Collins)
    2. William Collins, (Stepson), born circa 1816, Sydney, (father Thomas Collins)
    3. Matthew Collins, born 1825, son of Hannah Graves and Matthew Charlton

    Pioneer Book
    Thomas Collins, born circa 1766, died 18.2.1820, Sydney, married (no marriage found) Hannah Graves, nee-, government Servant,
    Children
    1. George , b., circa, 1815, Sydney
    2. William, born, circa 1816, Sydney.
     
    Census 1825  5 Cumberland St., The Rocks, Sydney Find all individuals with events at this location 
    1825
    Graves, Hannah, ship, Minstrel, 1812, sentence 14 years, wife of Matthew Charlton
    (New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters, 1806-1849)
     
    Died 27 Sep 1828  Hospital, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Death Certificate Number 1222 V12
      Hannah Charlton, abode, hospital, date of burial, 27 Sep 1828,Age 38 years.
      Ship "Minstrell", minister at burial, Richard Hill
      (Hannah Charlton's Death Certificate)

      Name: Hannah Charlton
      Estimated Birth Year: abt 1790
      Age: 38
      Date of Death: 27 Sep 1828
      District: Sydney
      ( New South Wales, Australia, Convict Death Register, 1826-1879 0

      Convict Death
      Hannah Charlton, ship, Minstrel, date of burial, 27 Sep 1828, St James.
      ( New South Wales, Australia, Convict Death Register, 1826-1879 )
    Buried 27 Sep 1828  St James Parish, Church of England, Sydney, New South Wales Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Old Sydney Burial Ground

    Person ID I13553  Hickey, List, Bundesen, Thomsen, Jensen, Jessen
    Last Modified 23 Feb 2017 

    Father Jonathan Wane,   c. 27 May 1746, Crosthwaite, Cumberland, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother Jane Fund,   b. Abt 1748, Crosthwaite, Cumberland, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married 10 Feb 1773  Bassenthwaite, Cumberland, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Marriage of Jonathan Wane
      Name Jonathan Wane
      Spouse's Name Jane Fund
      Event Date 10 Feb 1773
      Event Place Bassenthwaite, Cumberland, England
      "England Marriages, 1538-1973 ," database, FamilySearch
      England, Select Marriages, 1538?1973
    Family ID F5615  Group Sheet

    Family 1 William Grave/Graves 
    Last Modified 3 Jun 2014 
    Family ID F4726  Group Sheet

    Family 2 Thomas Collins,   b. 17 Jul 1764?, London, Middlesex, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 18 Feb 1820, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 55 years) 
    Children 
     1. George Collins,   b. Abt 1816, Cumberland St., The Rocks, Sydney, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location
    +2. William Collins,   b. Abt 1817, Cumberland St., The Rocks, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 5 Dec 1879, Grahamstown, New South wales, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 62 years)
    Last Modified 3 Jun 2014 
    Family ID F4728  Group Sheet

    Family 3 Matthew Charlton,   b. 1794, Doncaster, Yorkshire, Engand Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 16 Sep 1882, 190 Sussex St., Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 88 years) 
    Married 30 Jan 1821  St Phillip's Church, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Matthew Charlton, bachelor, aged 30 of St Phillip's Church Parish and Hannah Collins, widow, age 36, St Phillip's Church Parish.
      They were married by Banns in St Phillip's Church, Sydney by William Cowper.
      witnesses were Joseph wise and Anne x Murray.
      both Matthew and Hannah signed with their mark.
      Marriage Certificate 124 V8

      St Philip's is the oldest Parish in Australia, together with the Parish of Parramatta. In January 1788 eleven ships carrying around 1400 people, including 786 convicts, arrived from England on the east coast of Australia to establish a penal colony. The Chaplain of the First Fleet was the Rev Richard Johnson and he conducted the first Christian service in Australia on 3 February 1788.

      The wattle and daub church built by Johnson in 1793 was burnt down in 1798. A new stone church, named St Philip?s, was opened in 1810, and this was replaced by the current building in 1856.

    Children 
    +1. Matthew Charlton,   b. 28 Apr 1825, Cumberland St., The Rocks, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 12 Mar 1907, Quibree, Lavender Bay, North Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 81 years)
    Last Modified 10 Jun 2014 
    Family ID F4727  Group Sheet

  • Photos
    Trial of  Hannah Grave

Carlisle Journal

8 September 1810

Cumberland Assizes

Crown Side.

Saturday, September 1.

Carlisle Journal

8 September 1810

Cumberland Assizes

Crown Side

Saturday, September 1.
    Trial of Hannah Grave Carlisle Journal 8 September 1810 Cumberland Assizes Crown Side. Saturday, September 1. Carlisle Journal 8 September 1810 Cumberland Assizes Crown Side Saturday, September 1.
    Carlisle Journal.
    8 September 1810

    Monday, September 4
    James Parker and Hannah Grave were then sentenced to DEATH but were afterwards reprieved.

    (James Parker was not connected to Hannah Grave.)
    Certificate of Freedom
    Certificate of Freedom
    NSW Government State Records, Certificates of Freedom, 1823-69


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