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OLD GOVERNMENT HOUSE WINDSOR

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CAWB – Save Windsor from the RTA
Some interesting photosWe have been sent some photos of Old Government House, Windsor that are new to us.

They are particularly interesting because they are the last taken as it was demolished in the early 1920’s. What is of particular interest is that it shows how it was built and some interior glimpses. Unlike stone and brick structures there is almost nothing existing from the 1700’s built of wood and wattle and daub, let alone an important building such as this.

What is extraordinary is it survived termites, fire and flood in this hostile new environment for about 130 years and by looking at the pictures could have been fully restored if the will was there.

If you look closely at the walls you can see the plaster finishing over the wattle timber straps, much of it still in place. The final shot of it being torn down reveals the ceilings of wooden boards. The front exterior shot shows amazingly the original wooden shingle roof which had been accidentally preserved under a replacement tin outer skin and only revealed in demolition.

One can only imagine the dozens of major figures of our colonial history that rested, ate, conversed and lived under its roof as they planned our new country.

It is a tragedy that this prime example of building techniques at the birth of our nation was systematically destroyed. This was done in spite of protests at the time to council.

As one looks at the torn down end wall we can see revealed the still solid cedar roof structure. One senses a repeat performance for the Jolly Frog Hotel.

The cultural vandalism demonstrated here robs us all of our shared cultural memory for short term gains and long term loss. The saga of the Jolly Frog is yet to begin but it is should become a symbolic marker that such disrespect for heritage ends here.

We, the guardians of our culture, are offended and degraded by such activity and do not regard expedience, greed, ignorance and laziness as valid justification for robbing us of a unique legacy to hand onto our great grandchildren – its our responsibility to resist and win.

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MORE WINDSOR MATTERS

        OLD GOVERNMENT HOUSE WINDSOR

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http://www.heritage.nsw.gov.au/10_subnav_01_1.htm

The Rum Track: Places associated with ‘The Rum Rebellion’,
26th January 1808 to 1st January 1810.

Government House site, Green Hills (35-37 George Street, Windsor), the site where rebels lit bonfires on the night of the overthrow, and from which they exercised control over the Hawkesbury District and suppressed local opposition to the rebellion.

( Turns out that where Izzy and I ended up spending the weekend in March 2010 after leaving the Last Resort at Vineyard, is actually adjacent to the site of the Old Government House. Couldn’t gave thought that one up. )

http://adbonline.anu.edu.au/biogs/A010076b.htm

Bell, Archibald (1773 – 1837)

In 1812-18 he commanded a detachment of the 73rd Regiment at Windsor. In 1818 he acted as barracks master and helped to found the Hawkesbury Benevolent Society.

http://www.printsandprintmaking.gov.au/catalogues/work/23239/lionel-lindsay-old-government-house-windsor-nsw.aspx?impression=85863

LIONEL LINDSAY’S ETCHING.

Primary Artist

LINDSAY, Lionel

Context  Australia

Title Old Government House, Windsor, N.S.W.

Date Made 1918

Technique etching, printed in brown ink with plate tone, from one plate

Copyright Courtesy of the National Library of Australia

lindsay-lionel-old-government-house-windsor-nsw

http://www.nma.gov.au/collections-search/display?irn=129738

Old Government House, Windsor

Object type
Photographic postcards

Object number
1986.0117.5026

Description
A sepia toned postcard featuring a photograph of an old government building in Windsor, Sydney. Adjacent to the photograph is a column of text outlining the historical significance of the building. Titling on the card reads "AUSTRALIAN HISTORICAL POSTCARDS / HISTORIC BUILDINGS / OLD GOVERNMENT HOUSE, / WINDSOR". Publication identification on the reverse side of the card reads "JAMES R TYRRELL 22 CASTLEREAGH STREET, SYDNEY".

Collection name
Josef Lebovic Gallery collection no. 1

OGHNMAOld Government House, Windsor LEBOVIC

http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article17187762

The Sydney Morning Herald… Thursday 27 June 1935 Supplement: Women’s Supplement

As the Roman Catholic Chapel had not been built by the 9th June 1824 Johannah was obliged to use St John’s Church, Parramatta, this time for her own wedding , for at the age of 59 she married 46 year old FRANCIS PRENDERGAST.

http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article2183946

LAND GRANTS. The Sydney Gazette and… Thursday 21 April 182

including Mudie, Raine, PRENDERGAST and more.

RANDOM LINKS TO OTHER WINDSOR FAMILIES AND TOPICS.

http://www.users.on.net/~ahvem/page3/page2/page22/page21/page21.html

MICHAEL CONNOR CONSTABLE AT WINDSOR OGH.

http://www.emerge.net.au/~santarem/gray/shades.html

THE STORY OF JOHN GRAY & ELIZABETH KILLETT

 

SCENES OF WINDSOR IN 2010.

WINDSOR 016 WINDSOR 019 WINDSOR 021 WINDSOR 025

WINDSOR 026  WINDSOR 043

http://collections.tepapa.govt.nz/ObjectDetails.aspx?oid=38424

WINDSOR AGAIN

WINDSOR 002

VIEW FROM THE TERRACE MOTEL AT WINDSOR. THE WHARF IS DOWN THERE SOMEPLACE.

http://www.westernsydneylibraries.nsw.gov.au/hawkesbury/history.html

http://www.hawkesburyaustralia.com.au/information/thingsToDo_windsor.asp

I don’t know what I was thinking when we went to visit Windsor. I thought the Old Government House where the Readys were Housekeeper and Dairyman, was out of town somewhere. 

Research remains messy with the 3 house moves and one baby of the last two years. Now, I begin to settle in and unpack previous findings and access some of the newer resources on the net and discover that it was near Thompson Square.

This is our story. We were booked into a ‘resort ‘ online at Vineyard and on arrival found it to be a Last Resort. We sacrificed our pre paid money and headed into Windsor itself, ending up at the Terrace Motel on the River. Now, we find that we were right there where the Old Government House was. Where the Readys walked and worked. WE LOVE RESEARCH !

http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=CV0RAAAAIBAJ&sjid=P5YDAAAAIBAJ&pg=443,7905

JOHN READY c 1790-1831 PT 2.

Whilst John Ready journeyed out, Governor Macquarie had been making tremendous advances in the affairs of the Colony and had worked hard to better the lot of all. The new towns of Windsor, Castlereagh, Wilberforce and Pittown that he had created were going well, but the Gentry were upset by his kindness and thoughtfulness to the emancipists whom he considered to be the backbone of the future nation. He was also having problems with the 73rd Regiment and asked that it be removed complete for instead of upholding the law, it was like its predecessor the NSW Rum Corps, flouting it. (Macquarie His Life, Adventures and Times. A. M. Ellis.)

Drought had continued all through the Summer and Autumn of early 1814, but by April the road to Windsor was finished and the Turnpike from Sydney to Liverpool almost completed, with all able bodied men having to contribute labour in building the section near the properties, which would benefit them when completed. 

It was into this scene, with food becoming ever scarcer as the drought continued and the Colony awaiting the shipment of grain from India, that JOHN READY and the other prisoners from the THREE BEES entered.

Taken to the prisoners’ barracks they were divided into groups, allocated to Parramatta, Windsor or Liverpool and sent there under guard. John , travelling along the newly completed road was sent to WINDSOR and put to work in the Government Dairy. Whether this was just coincidence, or because his mother, JOHANNAH READY, worked in Government House is unknown, but he was receiving rations there in 1814 (Windsor Ration Book loc. A 803 pp 56,66,116 ML) and in the same year was mentioned as being Overseer at the Government Dairy.

Towards the end of that desperate year, whilst Cox was building his road over the mountains, the rains came and the crops which such a short time before looked doomed, began to look as if they would give a reasonable harvest. Things commenced to improve for all, grass finally started to grow again, the cows to give more milk and the beef cattle to fill out.

In the SYDNEY GAZETTE of the 21st September 1816 and again in 1817, it is recorded that a letter had arrived for JOHN. Regretfully there is no record of who sent them or where they came from but the family in Ireland was obviously keeping in touch as moves were later made by his mother to bring his brother Philip and family out to Australia. On his next visit to Sydney, John was able to see the advances made to the Town for the new Hospital was rising in Macquarie Street under the direction of FRANCIS GREENWAY and built at no cost to the Government.

 

For the next two years John went about his business at the Dairy without attracting adverse attention and on the 30th April 1819 there appeared an entry in the LAND OFFICE Records.

 

DOWNEY TO READY

Deed Poll bearing the date the 15th day February 1819 under the hand and seal of PATRICK DOWNEY of prospect, settler whereby for the considerations therein mentioned he, the said PATRICK DOWNEY.

Did absolutely bargain, sell, assign, transfer and make over to JOHN READY of PARRAMATTA all his right, title and interest of five houses and tenements, situate in GEORGE ST PARRAMATTA, formerly the Property of THOMAS PEARCE purchased by him the said PATRICK DOWNEY at Public Auction which said houses and Tenements are more particularly described in a certain assignment dated 30th day November 1818 from  ROBERT JENKINS to him the said PATRICK DOWNEY. 

On the 31st August John was granted a pardon by Governor Macquarie (Pardons Reel 771 AO) and on 4th February 1820 at the age of thirty, was joined at ST JOHN’S PARRAMATTA, in the bonds of Holy Matrimony to Elizabeth, the 17 year old daughter of JOHN CURTIS and ANN MORAN who lived nearby at Toongabbie. The ceremony was conducted by JOHN CROSS with MICHAEL AND MARY DWYEE as witnesses. ( St Johns Register ML).

As a married man owning twenty head of cattle, John applied for a grant of 50 acres of land to start a farm of his own. The grant was made in 1821 and listed in the 12 May edition of the SYDNEY GAZETTE.

 

On the 31st August John was granted a pardon by Governor Macquarie (Pardons Reel 771 AO) and on 4th February 1820 at the age of thirty, was joined at ST JOHN’S PARRAMATTA, in the bonds of Holy Matrimony to Elizabeth, the 17 year old daughter of JOHN CURTIS and ANN MORAN who lived nearby at Toongabbie. The ceremony was conducted by JOHN CROSS with MICHAEL AND MARY DWYEE as witnesses. ( St Johns Register ML).

In the 1825 Muster, John is listed as being a landholder at CASTLE HILL but he is recorded as supplying fresh meat to the Commissariat at Parramatta on 24 February 1821 and Pork on 24th March 1821 so must have had access to some land in the meantime. 

John and Elizabeth’s marriage however was going through a stormy time with the unhappy Elizabeth eventually running away, for in the 15 February edition of the SYDNEY GAZETTE a notice appeared warning anyone against giving credit to his wife ELIZABETH READY, formerly Curtis, on his account as she had run away from home without any just cause or provocation.

John was again mentioned in the SYDNEY GAZETTE of 8th JANUARY 1823 as having supplied meat to the Government Stores.

With the income from the property acquired from PATRICK DOWNEY earlier, John decided to expand his interests and on the 25th April 1825, a notice from the Surveyor-General’s Office appeared in the AUSTRALIAN that a grant of land was ready for delivery to JOHN REIDY(sic) and FRANCIS PENDERGRASY. ( Francis had married John’s mother Johannah the previous year.)

UPDATE TO READY OR NOT

https://lynnesheritage.wordpress.com/ready-or-not/

I am placing the READY OR NOT research on a page of its own. (see above). Updated today is the story of JOHANNAH READY and FRANCIS PENDERGRAST. 

COLONIAL MOTHERS

THE SAG Newsletter reports that Dr Tanya Evans, now of Macquarie University, is engaged in researching the history of motherhood in early Colonial Australia and Britain between 1750 and 1850. The focus has caught my fancy. My Mind seems to have taken a disproportionate amount of time in recovering from the Change of year and the Summer Season and I haven’t been able to get my mental historical  hard drive functioning at all but this little article has begun to bring the ghosts back to life again. Dr Evans is asking for assistance from any who have worked extensively on their family histories and have details of mothers from these early times. Dept of Modern History at Macquarie University, Sydney would have the contact details for you.

As for me, it has me thinking of all the Mothers of Mine who and the folkore I have been given. The Scottish Widow who was asked to be Laird of the Clan but came out here with her children instead.  Johannah Ready Prendergast, whose son John was sent as a convict to Government House at Windsor where his mother was Housekeeper. I wonder often about Johannah who was 47 when convicted in Ireland. She tried to have another son and his family sent out but failed. When John’s marriage failed and he became excessively odd in his behaviour and was sentenced to Moreton Bay, Johannah disappears from the records. I like to think she followed him.

Ann Moran and Hannah Hutchings/Hitchens. What was it like for them to be mothers here in the early 19th Century ? Young convict women. Ann had 5 children to John Curtis who was already husband and father to a family in England and had attempted to have them brought to him.  Hannah was recorded as a ‘ loose woman’ on the convict ship THE BROTHERS. How did her life as a mother develop from that starting point and from the death of her first husband in the Lunatic Asylum, Liverpool ?

READYS IN NSW STATE RECORDS

Colonial Secretary Index, 1788-1825

READY, Mrs. Housekeeper at Government House, Windsor

1815 Aug 5-1816 May 11

Her salary as housekeeper at Government House, Windsor, paid from the Police Fund (Reel 6038; SZ759 pp.123, 200)

 

READY, Johanna. Dairy woman at Government Dairy

1817 Dec 16

Evidence at inquest on John Holland (Reel 6021; 4/1819 p.274)

READY, John. Overseer of the Government Dairy

1817 Dec 16

Evidence at inquest on John Holland (Reel 6021; 4/1819 p.275)

READY, John ?

1821 Jan 24, May 24

Store receipts of for fresh meat and salt pork (Reel 6051; 4/1748 pp.143, 152, 159, 176)

READY, John ?

1822 Jan 5, May 18

Servant to James Bellamy. On returns of proceedings of the Bench of Magistrates, Parramatta (Fiche 3297; X643 pp.1a, 12)

READY, John

1822 May 4

On return of proceedings of the Bench of Magistrates, Parramatta (Fiche 3297; X643 p.11)

READY, John. Of Windsor

1823 Oct 15

Memorial for land at Patricks Plains (Fiche 3071; 4/1835B No.268 pp.637-40)

1823 May 23; 1824 Jan 30

On list of persons receiving an assigned convict (Fiche 3290; 4/4570D pp.45, 57)

READY, John ?

1823 Oct 16

Re passport issued (Reel 6011; 4/3509 pp.430, 431)

READY, John ?

1824 Jul 24

Runaway from Mulgoa. On return of fines and punishments in the Police Office (Reel 6023; 4/6671 p.83)

READY, John. Of district of Field of Mars ?

1825 Jun 11

Memorial (Fiche 3152; 4/1844A No.678 pp.159-62)

1825 Jun 20

To be victualled from the Store at Parramatta for six months; with his wife and convict servant (Reel 6014; 4/3514 p.515)

READY, John. Per “Three Bees”, 1814; of Parramatta

1820 May 18

Memorial (Fiche 3029; 4/1825A No.637 pp.459-62)

1822 Mar 31-Sep 30

On lists of persons to whom convict mechanics have been assigned (Fiche 3296; X53 pp.8, 20, 34)

1823 Apr 5

On return of allotments in the town of Parramatta; listed as Raidy (Fiche 3265; 4/7576 pp.1, 9)

1823 May 30

On list of persons who have neglected to pay for convict mechanics assigned up to 31 Mar 1822 (Reel 6010; 4/3508 p.422)

READY, Martin. Per “Three Bees”, 1814; farmer of Airds ?

1820 Apr 13

On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle per “Elizabeth Henrietta”; listed as Reddy (Reel 6007; 4/3501 p.342)

1820 Jun

On list of prisoners at Newcastle claiming expiration of sentence; listed as Reddy (Reel 6007; 4/3502 p.76)

1824 Oct 2

Farmer of Airds. Memorial (Fiche 3106; 4/1839A No.806 pp.283-6)

1824 Aug

Re permission to marry Margaret Hyland in the Roman Catholic Church (Reel 6064, 4/1789 p.112; Reel 6013, 4/3512 p.293)

1825 Nov 2

Of district of Airds. Memorial (Fiche 3152; 4/1844A No.679 pp.163-6)

1825 Dec 9

Convict landed from “Henry Porcher” assigned to at Airds; listed as Reddy (Reel 6016; 4/3516 p.104)

Mariners and Ships in Australian Waters

Mariners and Ships in Australian Waters

http://mariners.records.nsw.gov.au/index.htm 

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

MELINDA KENDALL : HER LIFE AND WRITINGS

JOHN READY AND THE THREE BEES

Governor Macquarie wrote:

The Three Bees, commanded by Captn. John Wallis, arrived on the 6th inst. with two hundred and ten male Convicts, out of 219 originally embarked, the other nine having died on the passage; and out of those landed, it has been necessary to Send fifty five to the Hospital many of them being much affected with Scurvy and others labouring under various complaints. On enquiring into the cause of this mortality and sickness, it appeared that many of them had been embarked in a bad state of health, and not a few infirm from lameness and old age. I am happy in being enabled to state that the Convicts by the Catherine and the Three Bees have, without a Single Exception, borne grateful Testimony to their having been treated with the most unremitting care, Attention, and kindness, by the Masters and Surgeons of those Vessels, from the day of their Embarkation until they were finally landed here. The circumstance of several of those unfortunate men being embarked in a diseased or feeble State will, I trust, shew (sic) the necessity for greater attention being paid to the state of the Health of the Convicts, who are to be embarked in future, which I have much reason to believe has not been so fully attended to by the Examining Surgeons as Humanity demands

Despatch No.8 of 1814 from Governor Macquarie to Earl Bathurst, dated Sydney, NSW, 24 May 1814

ACK WITH THANKS : From Philip Ready’s READY OR NOT.

JOHN READY c 1790-1831

John Ready was born circa 1790 to ? Ready and Johannah nee Cavenagh in the ancient town of Limerick ,constructed during the 9th century on the shore of the River Shannon which flowed through South Western Ireland into the Atlantic Ocean. Nothing is known about John’s childhood  but when he was arrested at the age of twenty two he was a tall sandy haired young man with hazel eyes and a fair complexion working as a garden labourer.

John was tried along with John Morgan a forty year old shoemaker from from Tipperary , at the assizes in County Tippery ? in August 1812, for the numerous felonies which they had committed together. Found guilty, each was sentenced to 14 years transportation to New South Wales and were moved to Cork to await their ship.

It was 13 months before the transport THE THREE BEES built and launched at Bridgewater earlier that year and on her maiden voyage arrived at Cork on a sultry  Wednesday in the early Autumn of 1813. She had taken her first convicts at Canal Docks in Dublin on ThThe ursday August 26th and now on September 22nd was to take on the rest of her compliment. The small prison hold was very crowded and John, standing 5’10 1/2 ” tall would have found it particularly cramped as those over 5′ in height were unable to stand upright.

Thirty five days later on Wednesday 27th October 1813, the THREE BEES sailed out of Cork harbour to join a convoy at Falmouth England. There she waited for another five weeks with the temperature plummeting  as Autumn turned to Winter. Some of the prisoners were suffering severely for they had been aboard in their tiny prison for over three months but , coming from hardy stock, as they did, there were very few among them sick when she sailed on Sunday 5th December 1813 for Rio de Janeiro.

Stormy weather during the voyage meant that the prisoners were often not allowed to go on deck and the conditions in the crowded prison were terrible for many of the prisoners suffered from sea sickness. The stench from this, from their unwashed bodies and body wastes were very hard to bear.

At Rio having crossed the Equator, it was Summer and extremely hot but the prisoners were quite freely allowed on deck with the prison temperatures  dropping six to eight degrees when the prisoners were all out. One man died of fever but when the ship sailed on Thursday 17 Feb 1814 there were very few sick among them.

Ten days later after leaving Rio the lookout sighted a strange ship. Worried that they might be attacked Captain John Wallis ordered the convicts’ bedding to be brought on deck to forma  barricade. A sudden downpour of rain soaked the bedding and they found it impossible to get it dry before nightfall ( The Convict Ships – Bateson)

(Both the Broxbornebury and Surrey I were in the fleet which originally set out. http://melindakendall.wordpress.com/  An ancestor of Janice Maurice- Hugh Kennedy – was also on the THREE BEES . His daughter Elizabeth Kennedy married John Taylor one of whose descendants married Agnes Sanders
Hugh Kennedy born about 1768 was indicted for having in his custody at Belfast on August 1812 a counterfeit Bank of Ireland note for one pound two shillings and ninepence knowing it to be forged transported for 14 years age 44 occupation weaver.
The Three Bees only made one voyage after her arrival in 1814 she caught fire near Government wharf and exploded in the harbour then drifted onto the rocks at Bennelong point where she burnt to the water line.
Hugh died in march 1843 he owned land in Grose Street Parramatta.
)

The prisoners were advised not to use their damp bedding but rather than sleep on the bare boards most chose to ignore the warning.  Scurvy broke out and seven prisoners died due to their weakened state and lack of fresh fruit and vegetables.

On the THREE BEES’ arrival in Sydney on Friday 26 May 1814 fifty five of the remaining one hundred and twenty one prisoners were taken to  hospital. Many of these were affected by scurvy and some with other complaints. Contrary to the earlier on their state of health on embarkation. “on enquiry  it was claimed that many had embarked in a bad state of health and that not a few were infirm from lameness or old age. but all bore grateful testimony  to having been treated with unremitting care,attention and kindness from the time of their embarkation to landing” . (HRA Series I Vol 8.P.)

John then is sent to Windsor where his convict mother Johannah Ready nee Cavanagh –  is housekeeper at Government House.

 

RELATIONSHIPS OF  JOHN READY

Individual    Relationship    Steps
JOHN READY    JOHN READY is the home person    0
PETER MARK READY    PETER MARK READY is a son of JOHN READY    1
READY    READY is the father of JOHN READY    1
JOHANNAH CAVANAGH    JOHANNAH CAVANAGH is the mother of JOHN READY    1
ELIZABETH CURTIS    ELIZABETH CURTIS is the wife of JOHN READY    1
PETER ( GEORGE) READY    PETER ( GEORGE) READY is a grandson of JOHN READY    2
SARAH ANN BENSON    SARAH ANN BENSON is a daughter-in-law of JOHN READY (the wife of his son)    2
FRANCIS PRENDERGAST    FRANCIS PRENDERGAST is the step-father of JOHN READY    2
JOHN CURTIS    JOHN CURTIS is the father-in-law of JOHN READY    2
ANN MORAN    ANN MORAN is the mother-in-law of JOHN READY    2
THOMAS HOGAN    THOMAS HOGAN married the same woman as JOHN READY    2
JESSIE SARAH READY    JESSIE SARAH READY is a great-granddaughter of JOHN READY    3
JULIA JACKSON    JULIA JACKSON is the wife of a grandson of JOHN READY    3
THOMAS BENSON    THOMAS BENSON is an in-law of JOHN READY    3
HANNAH HUTCHINS    HANNAH HUTCHINS is an in-law of JOHN READY    3
GEORGE MOORE JNR    GEORGE MOORE JNR is the husband of a daughter-in-law of JOHN READY    3
JOSHUA CURTIS    JOSHUA CURTIS is a half-brother of the wife of JOHN READY    3
FRANCIS CURTIS    FRANCIS CURTIS is a half-brother of the wife of JOHN READY    3
WILLIAM CURTIS    WILLIAM CURTIS is a half-brother of the wife of JOHN READY    3
BENJAMIN CURTIS    BENJAMIN CURTIS is a half-brother of the wife of JOHN READY    3
THOMAS CURTIS    THOMAS CURTIS is a half-brother of the wife of JOHN READY    3
WILLIAM CURTIS    WILLIAM CURTIS is a half-brother of the wife of JOHN READY    3
JOHN CURTIS    JOHN CURTIS is a half-brother of the wife of JOHN READY    3
CHARLOTTE CURTIS    CHARLOTTE CURTIS is a half-sister of the wife of JOHN READY    3
ANN CURTIS    ANN CURTIS is a half-sister of the wife of JOHN READY    3
SARAH CURTIS    SARAH CURTIS is a half-sister of the wife of JOHN READY    3
ELIZABETH CURTIS    ELIZABETH CURTIS is a half-sister of the wife of JOHN READY    3
CURTIS    CURTIS is a direct descendant of the father-in-law of JOHN READY    3
JANE PURRIER    JANE PURRIER is the step-mother of the wife of JOHN READY    3
JACK BELL    JACK BELL is a direct descendant of JOHN READY (4 generations; great-great-grandson)    4
JEAN BELL    JEAN BELL is a direct descendant of JOHN READY (4 generations; great-great-granddaughter)    4
BETTY BELL    BETTY BELL is a direct descendant of JOHN READY (4 generations; great-great-granddaughter)    4
JOYCE BELL    JOYCE BELL is a direct descendant of JOHN READY (4 generations; great-great-granddaughter)    4
WILLIAM ALLEN BELL    WILLIAM ALLEN BELL is the husband of a great-granddaughter of JOHN READY    4
WILLIAM BELU JACKSON    WILLIAM BELU JACKSON is an in-law of a son of JOHN READY    4
ELIZABETH JOHNSON    ELIZABETH JOHNSON is an in-law of a son of JOHN READY    4
WILLIAM JACKSON    WILLIAM JACKSON is a brother of a daughter-in-law of a son of JOHN READY    4
SARAH A JACKSON    SARAH A JACKSON is a sister of a daughter-in-law of a son of JOHN READY    4
JACKSON    JACKSON is a sister of a daughter-in-law of a son of JOHN READY    4
HENRY SAMUELS    HENRY SAMUELS is the husband of an in-law of JOHN READY    4
ANTHONY BELL    ANTHONY BELL is a direct descendant of JOHN READY (5 generations; great-great-great-grandson)    5
MICHAEL BELL    MICHAEL BELL is a direct descendant of JOHN READY (5 generations; great-great-great-grandson)    5
PETER BELL    PETER BELL is a direct descendant of JOHN READY (5 generations; great-great-great-grandson)    5
MARGARET BELL    MARGARET BELL is a direct descendant of JOHN READY (5 generations; great-great-great-granddaughter)    5
CAROLINE BELL    CAROLINE BELL is a direct descendant of JOHN READY (5 generations; great-great-great-granddaughter)    5
JULIE BELL    JULIE BELL is a direct descendant of JOHN READY (5 generations; great-great-great-granddaughter)    5
NITA SAVAGE    NITA SAVAGE is the wife of a direct descendant of JOHN READY    5
DAVID BURTON    DAVID BURTON is a direct descendant of JOHN READY (5 generations; great-great-great-grandson)    5
ROSS CARTER    ROSS CARTER is a direct descendant of JOHN READY (5 generations; great-great-great-grandson)    5
NEVILLE JOHN CARTER    NEVILLE JOHN CARTER is a direct descendant of JOHN READY (5 generations; great-great-great-grandson)    5
KEITH DUIST CARTER    KEITH DUIST CARTER is a direct descendant of JOHN READY (5 generations; great-great-great-grandson)    5
JON SANDERS    JON SANDERS is a direct descendant of JOHN READY (5 generations; great-great-great-grandson)    5
LYNNE SANDERS    LYNNE SANDERS is a direct descendant of JOHN READY (5 generations; great-great-great-granddaughter)    5
CHERYL BURTON    CHERYL BURTON is a direct descendant of JOHN READY (5 generations; great-great-great-granddaughter)    5
SUSAN SANDERS    SUSAN SANDERS is a direct descendant of JOHN READY (5 generations; great-great-great-granddaughter)    5
JANINE CARTER    JANINE CARTER is a direct descendant of JOHN READY (5 generations; great-great-great-granddaughter)    5
WILLIAM DUIST CARTER    WILLIAM DUIST CARTER is the husband of a direct descendant of JOHN READY    5
ALFRED ROY BURTON    ALFRED ROY BURTON is the husband of a direct descendant of JOHN READY    5
BRUCE SANDERS    BRUCE SANDERS is the husband of a direct descendant of JOHN READY    5
JOHN BELL    JOHN BELL is the father-in-law of a great-granddaughter of JOHN READY    5
MARY ANN MCNEIL    MARY ANN MCNEIL is the mother-in-law of a great-granddaughter of JOHN READY    5
NORMAN BELL    NORMAN BELL is a brother-in-law of a great-granddaughter of JOHN READY    5
LESLIE  D.R. BELL    LESLIE  D.R. BELL is a brother-in-law of a great-granddaughter of JOHN READY    5
JAMES A BELL    JAMES A BELL is a brother-in-law of a great-granddaughter of JOHN READY    5
ROY MCNEIL BELL    ROY MCNEIL BELL is a brother-in-law of a great-granddaughter of JOHN READY    5
MARY HENRIETTA BELL    MARY HENRIETTA BELL is a sister-in-law of a great-granddaughter of JOHN READY    5
WILHELMINA ELIZABETH BELL    WILHELMINA ELIZABETH BELL is a sister-in-law of a great-granddaughter of JOHN READY    5
JANET BELL    JANET BELL is a sister-in-law of a great-granddaughter of JOHN READY    5
ANNE MCLEOD BELL    ANNE MCLEOD BELL is a sister-in-law of a great-granddaughter of JOHN READY    5
MATTHEW CARTER    MATTHEW CARTER is a direct descendant of JOHN READY (6 generations; great-great-great-great-grandson)    6
DIONE CARTER    DIONE CARTER is a direct descendant of JOHN READY (6 generations; great-great-great-great-granddaughter)    6

JIM ROBERT BRAITHWAITE    JIM ROBERT BRAITHWAITE is a direct descendant of JOHN READY (6 generations; great-great-great-great-grandson)    6
BENJAMIN POMROY    BENJAMIN POMROY is a direct descendant of JOHN READY (6 generations; great-great-great-great-grandson)    6
JOSEFINE DEWBERRY    JOSEFINE DEWBERRY is a direct descendant of JOHN READY (6 generations; great-great-great-great-granddaughter)    6
CASSANDRA POMROY    CASSANDRA POMROY is a direct descendant of JOHN READY (6 generations; great-great-great-great-granddaughter)    6
KATI BRAITHWAITE    KATI BRAITHWAITE is a direct descendant of JOHN READY (6 generations; great-great-great-great-granddaughter)    6

MARK POMROY    MARK POMROY is the husband of a direct descendant of JOHN READY    6

JOHN GEORGE SANDERS    JOHN GEORGE SANDERS is the father-in-law of a direct descendant of JOHN READY    6
ELIZABETH CRAIG    ELIZABETH CRAIG is the mother-in-law of a direct descendant of JOHN READY    6
JAMES BELL    JAMES BELL is a grandfather of the husband of a great-granddaughter of JOHN READY    6
WILHELMINA MCLEOD    WILHELMINA MCLEOD is a grandmother of the husband of a great-granddaughter of JOHN READY    6
NORMAN BELL    NORMAN BELL is an uncle of the husband of a great-granddaughter of JOHN READY    6
GARY BELL    GARY BELL is a nephew of the husband of a great-granddaughter of JOHN READY    6
ELAINE JOY BELL    ELAINE JOY BELL is a niece of the husband of a great-granddaughter of JOHN READY    6
MARGARET SWAN    MARGARET SWAN is a sister-in-law of the husband of a great-granddaughter of JOHN READY    6
THOMAS R MCLENNAN    THOMAS R MCLENNAN is a brother-in-law of the husband of a great-granddaughter of JOHN READY    6
STANLEY WITCHARD    STANLEY WITCHARD is a brother-in-law of the husband of a great-granddaughter of JOHN READY    6

MADELINE POPPY BRAITHWAITE    MADELINE POPPY BRAITHWAITE is a direct descendant of JOHN READY (7 generations; great-great-great-great-great-granddaughter)    7

JOLENE MACDONALD    JOLENE MACDONALD is the wife of a direct descendant of JOHN READY    7
JAI GAMBLING    JAI GAMBLING is the husband of a direct descendant of JOHN READY    7