JULIAN IN NLA NEWSPAPERS

JULIAN IS ANOTHER LINE OF THE FAMILY about which  know almost nothing. I read of a JOHN JULIAN who was a chief in Canada. I liked the sound of that. Margaret Booth has contacted me today and she has the lineage of our JULIANS. We are listed as JULIEN on NSW BDMS but my family records are JULIAN. MARTHA JULIAN is my GREAT GRANDMOTHER. She married THOMAS CRAIG and their daughter ELIZABETH was my father’s mother.

10 clyde doris & elizabeth

That’s my Grandmother on my Father’s side. Elizabeth Craig – daughter of Martha Julian Craig. The girl is DORIS SANDERS and the boy is CLYDE SANDERS – my Aunt and Uncle.

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SOME RANDOM NLA NEWSPAPER JULIAN SNIPPETS. ONCE AGAIN: COULD BE OUR JULIANS OR COULD HAVE NOTHING AT ALL TO DO WITH US : BUT IT IS SURELY INTERESTING.

 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article626649

Family Notices

MARRIED,

On Monday

last Mr, L Nicholls, to Miss Roletta Julian.

The Sydney Gazette and… Sunday 24 February 1805, page 4

 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article627763

AND ONE DODGY JULIAN ;

Last Friday sennight three men armed with a blunderbuss and pistol, and having their faces  blackened rushed into the house of Thomas Harley, a settler near the Half-way house between  Parramatta and Hawkesbury, and immediately knocked him down, cut his head, and beat him in a dreadful manner; after which they robbed the house of the following articles; viz, 6 silver  tea spoons, 1 desert ditto, marked T. E. H. a yard , of mixture coloured cloth, 2 pillow cases, 1 table cloth, a black coat, a striped bed tick, 3 calico  shirts, and a check shirt, 3 children’s white frocks, 9 cotton round-abouts, 3 children’s jackets, 2 neck and 3 pocket handkerchiefs, 100 weight of pork, a tea caddy containing 2 notes of hand, one drawn by Patrick Sloane for 2£8s. and the other by John Clue for 16 bushels of wheat, both in favor  of Thomas Harley, a musket marked T. H. on the stock, some sugar, and other articles. Some days after an examination was taken before A. F. Kemp, Esq ; when Mr. Hurley gave evidence to the foregoing effect ; Richard Broadbear, who had been some time before servant to Mr Harley, was accused of having some leather found in his house which was sworn by Mr. Harley to be his property. Broadbear give infoimation whereby ‘Thomas

Doolan, another man of the name of Coudron, and a third of the name of Julian stood charged with the above outrage. These people were accordingly apprehended, and lodged in custody at

Parramatta

JOHN CURTIS

 

JOHN CURTIS CAME AS CONVICT ON THE GANGES IN 1797. RANDOM EXTRACTS FROM NLA NEWSPAPERS MENTIONING THE NAME JOHN CURTIS. ONCE AGAIN . COULD BE OUR JOHN. MIGHT NOT BE. NEVERTHELESS THE ENTRIES ARE WORTH READING ON THE NATIONAL LIBRARY AUSTRALIA WEBSITE.

 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article627695

SYDNEY GAZETTE 1809

Lost or Mislaid, a Note of Hand drawn by John Curtis in favor of Thomas Jones for £40. This is to caution the Public against receiving in payment the said Note, it being my property.

Hugh Devlin

http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article627801

More about the same note. Could well be Grandfather John since he lived at Parramatta at this time.

THOMAS SANDERS

THOMAS SANDERS WHO CAME AS CONVICT ON THE MATILDA IN THE 3RD FLEET IN 1791 IS SAID TO BE CONNECTED TO OUR SANDERS’ WHO CAME AS ASSISTED EMIGRANTS ON THE VICTORIA IN 1849. HERE ARE SOME RANDOM THOMAS SANDERS ENTRIES IN NLA NEWSPAPERS. MIGHT BE OUR THOMAS. MIGHT NOT.

 

 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article627860

A GRANT TO THOMAS SANDERS 1809

 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article627956

The Public are hereby cautioned against buying or purchasing from George Barnett, a Farm, at the Hawkesbury, known by the name of Bofton’s Farm, at Mulgrave Place, or any thing on the said Farm ; together with a Mare, Cart, and Harness, they being my Property.,

(signed) Thomas Sanders

The Sydney Gazette and… Saturday 24 March 1810, page 2

WILLIAM ALLEN BELL

10 1 william allen 'mick' bell 1910

WILLIAM ALLEN BELL – MICK.

1. WILLIAM ALLEN BELL was born on Apr. 12, 1898 in LAURIETON NSW and died on Jul. 22, 1959 in ROSEBERY SYDNEY AUSTRALIA. He married JESSIE SARAH READY on Feb. 15, 1923 in REDFERN SYDNEY AUSTRALIA. JESSIE SARAH, daughter of PETER ( GEORGE) READY and JULIA JACKSON, was born on May 30, 1892 in REDFERN SYDNEY AUSTRALIA and died on Dec. 18, 1971 in LAKEMBA SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.

Children of WILLIAM ALLEN BELL and JESSIE SARAH READY
i.    2.    JOYCE BELL was born on Nov. 28, 1926 in REDFERN SYDNEY AUSTRALIA and died on Aug. 28, 2001 in COFFS HARBOUR NSW AUSTRALIA.
ii.    3.    JACK BELL was born in 1921 in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA and died in 2002 in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.
iii.    4.    JEAN BELL was born on May 10, 1924 in REDFERN SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.
iv.    5.    BETTY BELL was born 1930? in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.

2nd Generation (Children)

2. JOYCE BELL was born on Nov. 28, 1926 in REDFERN SYDNEY AUSTRALIA and died on Aug. 28, 2001 in COFFS HARBOUR NSW AUSTRALIA. She married BRUCE SANDERS on Oct. 23, 1948 in ROSEBERY SYDNEY AUSTRALIA. BRUCE, son of JOHN GEORGE SANDERS and ELIZABETH CRAIG, was born on Jun. 19, 1920 in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA and died on Jun. 8, 2005 in BELLINGEN NSW AUSTRALIA.

Children of JOYCE BELL and BRUCE SANDERS
i.    6.    LYNNE SANDERS was born on Oct. 19, 1949 in SUMMER HILL, SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA.
ii.    7.    SUSAN SANDERS was born on May 26, 1952 in CANTERBURY SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.
iii.    8.    JON SANDERS was born on Dec. 17, 1955 in BELMORE SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.

3. JACK BELL was born in 1921 in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA and died in 2002 in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA. He married NITA SAVAGE. NITA was born in 1925 in IRELAND and died in 2007 in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.

Children of JACK BELL and NITA SAVAGE
i.    9.    JULIE BELL was born in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA and died in 2006 in COFFEE CAMP VIA LISMORE NSW.
ii.    10.    PETER BELL was born in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.
iii.    11.    CAROLINE BELL was born in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.
iv.    12.    ANTHONY BELL was born in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.
v.    13.    MARGARET BELL was born in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.
vi.    14.    MICHAEL BELL was born in sYDNEY AUSTRALIA.

4. JEAN BELL was born on May 10, 1924 in REDFERN SYDNEY AUSTRALIA. She married WILLIAM DUIST CARTER. WILLIAM DUIST was born 1920? and died in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.

Children of JEAN BELL and WILLIAM DUIST CARTER
i.    15.    KEITH DUIST CARTER was born on Apr. 12, 1950 in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.
ii.    16.    ROSS CARTER was born on Apr. 12, 1950 in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.
iii.    17.    NEVILLE JOHN CARTER was born on Jul. 29, 1955 in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.
iv.    18.    JANINE CARTER was born in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.

5. BETTY BELL was born 1930? in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA. She married ALFRED ROY BURTON.

Children of BETTY BELL and ALFRED ROY BURTON
i.    19.    CHERYL BURTON was born in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.
ii.    20.    DAVID BURTON was born in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.

3rd Generation (Grandchildren)

6. LYNNE SANDERS was born on Oct. 19, 1949 in SUMMER HILL, SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA. She married 1st ROBERT LESLIE BRAITHWAITE on Aug. 12, 1978. ROBERT LESLIE, son of LESLIE GORDON BRAITHWAITE and DOREEN RUTH MADDALENA, was born on Jul. 29, 1955 in BELLINGEN. She married 2nd PETER KNOX. PETER, son of ROY ERIC KNOX and MARION ETHEL WILLIAMS, was born on Apr. 18, 1949 in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.

Children of LYNNE SANDERS and ROBERT LESLIE BRAITHWAITE
i.    21.    KATI BRAITHWAITE was born on Dec. 26, 1978 in BELLINGEN NSW AUSTRALIA.
ii.    22.    JIM ROBERT BRAITHWAITE was born on Apr. 22, 1981 in BELLINGEN NSW AUSTRALIA.

7. SUSAN SANDERS was born on May 26, 1952 in CANTERBURY SYDNEY AUSTRALIA. She married 1st MARK POMROY on Aug. 31, 1979 in BELLINGEN NSW AUSTRALIA. MARK was born on Nov. 8, 1952 in URUNGA NSW AUSTRALIA. She married 2nd ANTHONY DEWBERRY About 1972. ANTHONY was born in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.

Children of SUSAN SANDERS and MARK POMROY
i.    23.    CASSANDRA POMROY was born on Aug. 23, 1978 in MT TOM PRICE WA AUSTRALIA.
ii.    24.    BENJAMIN POMROY was born on Jan. 22, 1980 in BELLINGEN NSW AUSTRALIA.

Children of SUSAN SANDERS and ANTHONY DEWBERRY
iii.    25.    JOSEFINE DEWBERRY was born on Jan. 18, 1973 in MARRICKVILLE SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.

8. JON SANDERS was born on Dec. 17, 1955 in BELMORE SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.

9. JULIE BELL was born in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA and died in 2006 in COFFEE CAMP VIA LISMORE NSW.

10. PETER BELL was born in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.

11. CAROLINE BELL was born in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.

12. ANTHONY BELL was born in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.

13. MARGARET BELL was born in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.

14. MICHAEL BELL was born in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.

15. KEITH DUIST CARTER was born on Apr. 12, 1950 in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA. He married CHRISTINE. CHRISTINE was born in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.

16. ROSS CARTER was born on Apr. 12, 1950 in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.

17. NEVILLE JOHN CARTER was born on Jul. 29, 1955 in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.

18. JANINE CARTER was born in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.

19. CHERYL BURTON was born in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.

20. DAVID BURTON was born in SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.

4th Generation (Great-grandchildren)

21. KATI BRAITHWAITE was born on Dec. 26, 1978 in BELLINGEN NSW AUSTRALIA. She married JAI GAMBLING. JAI, son of BRUCE POTTIE and BEVERLEY, was born on Dec. 25, 1973 in HYDES CREEK BELLINGEN NSW AUSTRALIA.

Children of kati Braithwaite and Jai Gennat,

i. Saffron Lola Gennat 8 Jan 2010 Coffs Harbour.

ii) Clara Milly Gennat 25 April 2013

22. JIM ROBERT BRAITHWAITE was born on Apr. 22, 1981 in BELLINGEN NSW AUSTRALIA. He married JOLENE MACDONALD. JOLENE was born on Aug. 8, 1982 in TOWAMBA.

Children of JIM ROBERT BRAITHWAITE and JOLENE MACDONALD
i.    28.    MADELINE POPPY BRAITHWAITE was born on May 15, 2004 in TWEED HEADS NSW AUSTRALIA.
ii.    29.    KATHY ROSE MACDONALD was born on Nov. 17, 1999 in COFFS HARBOUR NSW AUSTRALIA.

23. CASSANDRA POMROY was born on Aug. 23, 1978 in MT TOM PRICE WA AUSTRALIA.

24. BENJAMIN POMROY was born on Jan. 22, 1980 in BELLINGEN NSW AUSTRALIA.

25. JOSEFINE DEWBERRY was born on Jan. 18, 1973 in MARRICKVILLE SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.

5th Generation (Great(2)-grandchildren)

28. MADELINE POPPY BRAITHWAITE was born on May 15, 2004 in TWEED HEADS NSW AUSTRALIA.

29. KATHY ROSE MACDONALD was born on Nov. 17, 1999 in COFFS HARBOUR NSW AUSTRALIA.

LYNNE BELL SANDERS

ABORIGINAL MATTERS IN THE BELLINGER AND MACLEAY NLA 1800s

http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article704109

A PETITION FROM SETTLERS OF THE MACLEAY

The Maitland Mercury… Wednesday 4 April 1849, page 2

 

 

http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article680322

MURDERS BY THE BLACKS.- Intelligence was received yesterday, in Sydney, from the Bellinger River, dated the 17th inst. stating
that Daniel Devlin, His wife, and Dennis Cheyne, all living on John Robertson’s cedar cutting station, had been inhumanly murdered by the blacks. The same letter also states that a civilized black, who had been living for a considerable time with Commissioner Massie, had been decoyed away and murdered by the Maitland tribe on the M’Leay River. The white population of these districts are said to be out in pursuit of tbe savages. The particulars may be expected in Sydney in a few days. Mrs. Devlin has left a child nine months old. Her parents
reside at the Five Islands.-Herald, Mar. 30. 1846

 

http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article693358

KEMPSEY, MAY 8.-MURDER BY THE BLACKS.

-News has just reached us of a murder recently perpetrated by the blacks of the Bellinger River,

on the person of an old man who had long been a sawyer both at that place and the M’Leay.

The circumstances are as follows : http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article693358

The Maitland Mercury… Saturday 1 June 1850, page 4.

BELLINGER NOTES FROM THE NLA NEWSPAPERS

MAY HOLS 08 017

BELLINGEN BRIDGE 2008

http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article692605

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE : COASTERS IN 1847.

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BELLINGER CEDAR IN 1847

NORTHERN CEDAR.-On Monday last we noticed the arrival of some extraordinarily large logs of cedar, by the new schooner built at the Bellinger River for Mr. John Robertson, Market Wharf: Since then we have learnt that one-half the cargo (30,000  feet cedar) is the produce of only one tree, the parent of the immense logs first noticed. This interesting specimen of Bellinger produce yielded about 15,000 feet sawn timber, and realised in Sydney upwards of one hundred guineas. The purchase, we believe, has been made for the China market; and as the quality of this cedar is correspondent with its magnitude, it will tend, we trust, to increase the growing repute of Australian cedar with the Celestials.-S. M. Herald, August 19. 1847

http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article692605

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http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article693044

THE SCHOONER . VIXEN. -We are happy to state that this vessel, which has for some

time past been given up by most persons as lost, arrived in the harbour in safely on

Tuesday evening. Captain Stevens informs us, that after leaving this port for Newcastle

on the 17th July, he experienced nothing but heavy gales from the westward, and was

driven to a distance of about four hundred miles off the land, which he did not make

again until the 7th ultimo, when be spoke the ketch Brothers, of Sydney, (being then

off the Bellinger River) in a very distressed state, but could render her no assistance, as

the gale had not abated. Captain Stevens then bore up for the Richmond River, and 

from thence has brought on a full cargo of cedar.

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http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article693881

The new schooner built at the Bellinger River for Mr. John Robertson, and which arrived in Sydney a few weeks since,

has been purchased by Captain Hovenden, of the schooner Harlequin, for the sum of  £905. –

The Maitland Mercury… Saturday 1 July 1848, page 2. News 2766 words

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http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article710635

 

A new three-masted schooner called the Helen arrived in Harbour on Wednesday

last, from the Bellinger River, having been built there by Mr. M’Donald, for Messrs.

Inder and Tebbutt, of Sydney. She is about 90 tons builder’s measurement, and her di-

mensions nr:- 73 feet over keel, 17 feet beam and 7 feet depth of hold. She has on board

45,000 feet cedar

The Maitland Mercury… Wednesday 26 July 1848, page 3.

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http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article711021

 

The Phoenix, from the Clarence River,

was compelled to seek shelter at the Seal

Rocks on Saturday last, from the southerly

gale, and remained there twenty-four hours.

The schooner Secret, from Moreton Bay, and

the Jane Scott, from the Bellinger River,

were lying there wind-bound on Sunday

morning

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http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article680322

MURDERS BY THE BLACKS.- Intelligence was received yesterday, in Sydney, from the Bellinger River, dated the 17th inst. stating
that Daniel Devlin, His wife, and Dennis Cheyne, all living on John Robertson’s cedar cutting station, had been inhumanly murdered by the blacks. The same letter also states that a civilized black, who had been living for a considerable time with Commissioner Massie, had been decoyed away and murdered by the Maitland tribe on the M’Leay River. The white population of these districts are said to be out in pursuit of tbe savages. The particulars may be expected in Sydney in a few days. Mrs. Devlin has left a child nine months old. Her parents
reside at the Five Islands.-Herald, Mar. 30. 1846

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http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article702844

 

The Star of China has made a fair passage of fourteen days from Auckland, notwithstanding she had experienced exceedingly
had weather along the coast. She was off the Bellinger River on the 23rd instant, having been driven out of her course by south-west
winds and strong northerly currents. On Friday last, she was compelled to seek shelter in Seal Rock Bay, where she remained about
thirty hours ; and on Sunday put into Port Stephens, from whence she sailed on Tuesday morning.

The Maitland Mercury… Saturday 2 June 1849, page 3.

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http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article700673

The master of the schooner Fama, David
Dennis, was drowned at the Bellinger River,

on the 22nd July, by the capsizing of a boat

The Maitland Mercury… Saturday 1 September 1849, page 3.

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http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article695589

THE STEAMER ” PHOENIX.”-A rumour has been in circulation, since the arrival from the

Richmond River of the ketch Pelican, that the Phoenix was on the bar at the Clarence. The

news was communicated by some blacks to one of the passengers by the Pelican, but in the

absence of more authentic information we would hope that the rumour is without foundation.

People’s Advocate, March 16.-Rumours were rife in town last night that the Phoenix steamer,

now 14 days overdue on her return trip from the Clarence to Sydney, had been wrecked on her

passage thither. We give the rumour as it reached us, and believe it to have originated in

a report of the blacks, of their having discovered some bags of flour and other articles of a description likely to have been an up-country cargo, on

the line of coast, floated ashore between the Bellinger and Richmond Rivers-Bell’s Life,

The Maitland Mercury… Wednesday 20 March 1850, page 2.

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READ ON AT THE LINKS ABOVE FOR MORE BELLINGER TALES. NATIONAL LIBRARY OF AUSTRALIA. BRAVO !

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THE BRIDGE AT GLENIFFER (NAMED BY A CRAIG ANCESTOR) NEVER NEVER CREEK GLENIFFER VALLEY

 

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