|Portrait of a pioneer.
Horace Dean on the MANNING.
Author: Hunt, Edward
Subject: Dean, Horace 1814-1887; New South Wales — Biography
Publisher: Wingham, N.S.W. : Printed by The Chronicle, 19–
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
This book on INTERNET ARCHIVE is not copyrighted and features chapters and illustrations about early days on the MANNING.Many family names are mentioned as well as place names.
BIRTH OF A NEWSPAPER
BLACKS AND BUSHRANGERS
No relatives of ours are mentioned as far as I can determine but it provides a profile of the times when the first of our Manning families arrived .
JOHN BELL WAS INJURED IN A CANE ACCIDENT -so we are told- on the Tweed. By 1892 the land at Condong is no longer in his name and John becomes known only as the INVALID MR BELL. The Bells then move to LAURIETON and Granny lives there till her death on Nov 5 1935.
THE CHILDREN OF JOHN AND MARY ANN BELL :
|NAME||DOB||PLACE OF BIRTH|
|ANNE MCLEOD||1883||TWEED RIVER|
|LESLIE DONALD RAYMOND||1887||TWEED RIVER|
LINKS TO THE BELLS IN LAURIETON.
SON OF JOHN AND MARY ANN BELL ( GRANNY).
ROY MCNEIL BELL.
Laurieton PO, Laurieton, New South Wales
Age at embarkation
Next of kin
Father, John Bell, Laurieton, New South Wales
14 March 1916
Rank on enlistment
34th Battalion, 2nd Reinforcement
AWM Embarkation Roll number
Unit embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board HMAT A15 Port Sydney on 4 September 1916
LAURIETON IN THE 1890s
Marshalls of Laurieton – A Family Who Gave More Than Most for King and Country http://www.alchin.info/volume5/volume5_007_sawyers_east_indoa_docks_descendants_william_alchin.html
On 5th November 1891, James STACE who was 67, died in the De Frains Timber Mill at Laurieton. Twelve (12) years later, Mary also passed away with the couple buried at Laurieton Cemetery.
Sussex to New South Wales:
– the Fairhall Family
WAUCHOPE PUBLIC SCHOOL http://www.bebo.com/Blog.jsp?MemberId=4044601510
Born at Taree on June 27 1859 she married John Bell in 1878 and from this union came a family of nine children : James, Norman, Anne, Janet, Mary, Roy, Elizabeth and William.
Henry Flett (ca.1810-1877), was born at Caithness, Scotland and arrived at NSW in 1834. In 1841 he married Mary Wynter whose father Lieutenant William Wynter owned the Taree Estate. After buying the Taree Estate from his father-in-law, Flett divided it into tenant farms. He had Taree surveyed and laid out as a town in 1854. He was elected a member of the NSW Legislative Assembly for the seat of The Hastings (1859-1864).
LINKS TO THE MANNING IN THE 1800s;
Manning Valley Historical Society
COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OF SYDNEY OFFICERS CLUB http://www.cbcbank.com.au/
PEERS OF MARY ANNE MCNEIL.
Family History pages of Diane Edwards JAMES WILLIAM TISDELL http://www.diane.sheather.co.uk/_sgg/m3m1_1.htm
Brabyns and Mills http://www.ayton.id.au/gary/genealogy/MyAncestors_brabyn_mills.htm BRABYNS ARE IN TAREE AS WELL.
http://familyhistory.celyoneill.com/davis.html The Davis Family
Descendants of *Patrick Hough http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ewfamily/Descendants%20of%20Patrick%20Hough.htm THOMAS3 HOUGH
(JOHN, PATRICK HOUGH ) was born 1858 in Raymond Terrace, NSW, Australia, and died 1957. He married BRIDGET A MOYLAN 1887 in Taree, NSW, Australia. She was born 1859 in Taree, NSW, Australia
Bridget Agnes MOYLAN Born 11th December 1859 in Taree. http://www.pmoylan.org/pages/family/KenMoylan/OtherMoylanFamilies.html
Ancestors of Marc Hillman http://users.tpg.com.au/mhillman/hillman/f14.htm (CHECK Mary HOSEGOOD This family includes DEVONSHIRE people possbly inc Tiverton. One Homeplace of Sanders) It also includes a Bellinger man;
Thomas Burchill FOGARTY AKA: John Thomas SHAW Born: 1866 – Bellingen River, NSW, Australia
OwenJones Family Historyhttp://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~owenjones/des_gen/ind874.html
Taree Estate Pioneer Cemetery http://www.ozgenonline.com/aust_cemeteries/nsw/greater_taree/tareestate.htm
SHIPS THAT NEVER RETURNED.
THAT LEFT AUSTRALIAN Ports.
The Brisbane Courier Tuesday 25 March 1890, page 6.
Mary-Anne Warner’s site transcribing STATE RECORDS of SHIPS. easy to navigate. Detailed.
There’s many a story to tell . . .
Masters, crew, a stowaway or two; passengers, cabin, saloon and steerage; births at sea, deaths at sea; deserters; vessels with one crew and one passenger and those with 70 crew and hundreds of passengers; simple single sail boats, barques, brigs, large steam ships; whaling voyages, regular coastal passenger trips, voyages from other Australian ports, London, San Francisco, China and other exotic ports – you will find them all here.
The lists on this site are being transcribed from the State Records Authority of NSW Reels of the Shipping Master’s Office, Inwards Passengers Lists . . . . . . are added to weekly