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James Blackman [296]
(1733-After 1759)
Jane Hearn [508]
(Bef 1739-After 1759)
George Harley [238]
(1730-1814)
Elizabeth Love [639]
(Bef 1742-1770)
James Blackman [442]
(Between 1754/1759-1842)
Elizabeth Harley [311]
(1765-1842)
John Blackman [426]
(1795/1798-1867)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Elizabeth Morris [23496]

John Blackman [426]

  • Born: 1795-1798, Woolwich, Kent, England, United Kingdom
  • Marriage: Elizabeth Morris [23496] on 1824 Nov 1 in Castlereagh, Cumberland County, New South Wales 1
  • Died: 1867 Nov 21, Coonamble, Leichhardt County, New South Wales at age 72
  • Buried: Mount Clarence, Cook County, New South Wales 2

bullet   FamilySearch ID: KGY7-6VQ.

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bullet  Death Notes:

At "Nugal Station", Castlereagh Road.

bullet  Burial Notes:

At Rosedale Private Cemetery, Plot 124.

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Immigration: "free" per Canada, 1801 Dec 14, Sydney, Cumberland County, New South Wales.

Land grant: 50 acres, 1818, Kelso, Roxburgh County, New South Wales. 3

Occupation, 1823, Orange, Wellington County, New South Wales. Chief Constable

Property: slab hut, 1837, Mudgee, Wellington County, New South Wales. 4 John built a slab hut, the first building in what was to be surveyed as the township of Mudgee. This hut was his dwelling and a general store.

Court, 1837 Oct 16-1837 Oct 17, Supreme Court of New South Wales, Cumberland County, Sydney, New South Wales. 5 Donnison v. Faunce [www.law.mq.edu.au]
Supreme Court of New South Wales
Dowling A.C.J., 16 and 17 October 1837
Source: Sydney Gazette, 19 October 1837
Before the Acting Chief Justice, and the following Special Jury, - Messrs. T. Gore (foreman), J. Blackman , H. Hume, John Lord, E. Haslingden, C. Fairs, Henry Fisher, J. Verge, E. Holt, J. Tooth, J. Giles, and J. L. Scarvill, Esquires.

I have presumed that this is John as the others J Blackmans were counstables and hence should not have been eligable.

Land: granted by the NSW Government, 1840 Jun 30, Richmond, Cumberland County, New South Wales. 6

Property: Rosedale Farm, 1850-1858, Bowenfels, Cook County, New South Wales. 7 Establised this property.

Property: The Australia Arms Inn, 1850-1858, Bowenfels, Cook County, New South Wales. 7 Now known as "Fernhill".

Property: Nugal Station on Castlereagh Road, From 1850, Coonamble, Leichhardt County, New South Wales. 7


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John married Elizabeth Morris [23496] [MRIN: 17042], daughter of James Morris [7240] [97CY-GZG] and Sarah Mitchell [7241] [L8KH-DX4], on 1824 Nov 1 in Castlereagh, Cumberland County, New South Wales.1 (Elizabeth Morris [23496] was born on 1808 Apr 11 in Nepean River, Cumberland County, New South Wales and died on 1901 Dec 13 in Coonamble, Leichhardt County, New South Wales, Australia 8.). The cause of her death was Senile decay.


bullet  Marriage Notes:

At Christ Chruch, Castlereaigh.

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Sources


1 NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/), V1824234 155/1824 V18243448 3B/1824.

2 Internet, http://home.pacific.net.au/~chris.hub/page04_Blackman.html. .... Other Researchers, Marg Curd.

3 Alan McRae and Carol Churches, Kelso Village Book 1 (Published by Alan McRae and Carol Churches
ISBN 0-646-41551-4
Printed in Bathurst by Central Commercial Printers Pty Ltd), Page 12.

4 Gulgong writing group, Travelling down the Cudgegong
Pioneering Mudgee-Gulgong District
(ISBN 0 949734 07 1
Publised by Mudgee Visitors Centre), Page 29. This is a reference copied from Elizabeth Curtis' thesis on the history of Mudgee.

5 Sydney Gazette, 19 October 1837.

6 NSW State Government Records, Fiche 3266; 9/2652 p.18. Surety:2

7 Internet, http://home.pacific.net.au/~chris.hub/page04_Blackman.html.

8 Other Researchers, Marg Curd. .... NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/), 13297/1901. 13297/1901
BLACKMAN ELIZABETH
JAMES & SARAH @ COONAMBLE
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Brian Yap (葉文意)

There are other people in this site, for various reasons, some not related at all. Some are married into my family, some I once thought were related and, turns out, they are not.

On the Aborigines: Unfortunately, I can only place global statements not he web pages. The aborigines I am aware of are in the Blackman Line and are from the children of James Blackman and Elizabeth Harley.

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