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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)
Samuel A. Blackman Esquire [640]
(Abt 1790-1843)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Mary Hotkisson [23765] [LV3W-DYH]

Samuel A. Blackman Esquire [640]

  • Born: Abt 1790, Trotterscliffe, Kent, England, United Kingdom
  • Christened: 1790 Sep 5, Trotterscliffe, Kent, England, United Kingdom 2
  • Marriage: Mary Hotkisson [23765] [LV3W-DYH] on 1814 Nov 1 in Windsor, Cumberland County, New South Wales 1
  • Died: 1843 Nov 24, Narellan, Cumberland County, New South Wales aged about 53
  • Buried: Cobbitty, Cumberland County, New South Wales 3

bullet   Ancestral File Number: 12WT-MK6. FamilySearch ID: LV3W-DT7.

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bullet  Burial Notes:

Cobbitty, St Paul's Curch of England.

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Immigration: per Canada, 1801 Dec 14, Sydney, Cumberland County, New South Wales. 4

Land grant: 50 acres, 1812, Cook County, New South Wales. 5

Land: sheep farming, Between 1820 and 1830, Bigga, Georgiana County, New South Wales. 6 They produced some of the finest wool in the colony of NSW.

Inventory, 1830 Apr 23, Abercrombie River, Georgiana County, New South Wales. 7 He owned
22 horses @ 22/0/0 per head,
300 horney cattle @ 3/0/0 per head,
1500 sheep @ 10/- per head,
30 @ 1/0/0 per headpigs,
500 bushells of Maize 4/-,
2 Carts @ 20/0/0,
1 Dray @ 10/0/0,
3 Ploughs @ 10/0/0.

Court, 1833 Apr 1, Supreme Court of New South Wales, Cumberland County, Sydney, New South Wales. 8 Rodd v. Townshend [www.butterworths.com.a]
Supreme Court of New South Wales
Dowling J., 1 April 1833
Source: Sydney Herald, 4 April 1833
MONDAY. - Before Judge Dowling and the following Common Jury: Robert Cooper Foreman; J. Bulsover, T. Cooper, A. Badgery, J. Greg, E. Glendon, S. Bowler, S. Blackman, E. W. Bayliss, J. Burn. L. Cohen, and J. Carter.

Land: at sandy creek, 1835, Bigga, Georgiana County, New South Wales. 5 Purchased for 200/0/0.

Land, 1836, Tuena, Georgiana County, New South Wales. 9 Samuel was the first land holder in Tuena.

Newspaper: The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, 1836 May 10, Sydney, Cumberland County, New South Wales. Page 4of 4
19 Georgiana, 640 acres, parished unnamed, at Sletes' Gully, Mangourie, at the head, of Mangour-rie Creek, about six or seven miles north-east of Hassall's Horse Station, to include John Hearnes' station at Sletes' Gully. Applied by Samuel Blackman.

Advertising, 1846 May 9. 10 Advertising. (1846, May 9). The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 4. Retrieved September 20, 2011, from <http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article12887125>

NEXT MONDAY'S SALE.
400 EWES, AND THEIR INCREASE.
60 HEAD CATTLE, DITTO.
10 MARES AND COLTS, DITTO,
WITHOUT RESERVE.
By Order of the Mortgagee.
MR. STUBBS is instructed, by the Attorney of the Mortgagee, to sell by public auction, on
MONDAY NEXT, THE 11TH DAY OF MAY, 1846,
At the Mart, King-street, At 12 o'clock precisely,
The undermentioned valuable stock, viz. : 400 Ewes, depasturing at Tuena, 4 and 6 years of age
60 Head Cattle, running at Bigga
10 Mares and Colts.
All under the superintendence'' of Mr. Charles Hearn, near Goulburn, with their in-crease since the month of September, 1844, up to the present time.
ALSO,
All the estate and interest of Mr. Edward O'Hara, under the will of the late Mr. Samuel Blackman.
Terms-Cash on the fall of the hammer.
7445.

Alt. Death, 1847 Nov 24. 11

Property: sold the wool farm to son in law Tom McGuiness, 1848, Bigga, Georgiana County, New South Wales. 6

Newspaper: The Sydney Morning Herald, 1848 Aug 29, Sydney, Cumberland County, New South Wales. IN THE ESTATE OF SAMUEL BLACKMAN,
Late of Bigga, in the County of Georgiana, Grazier, deceased.
I HEREBY give Notice to all parties intending to purchase any of the lands formerly the property ot the late Samuel Blackman and now advertised to be sold by Mr. Mort, thursday, the 29th instant, that there are no debts due by the estate of the said Samuel Blackman ; any person or persons whatsoever, or any liabilities now existing, by which the said estate can be made liable to any sum or sums of money, that the executors of the will of the said Samuel Blackman, or selling the said lands, and that I will not join or execute any conveyance of the same or any part thereof.
EDWARD O'HARA,
One of the Executors of the Will of the said 3483 Samuel Blackman.

Other, Febuary 1980, Bigga, Georgiana County, New South Wales, Australia. 12 In Febuary 1980 the unnamed strees in Bigga were named Marks, Hailston, Hearn, Blackman and Tranter.


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Samuel married Mary Hotkisson [23765] [LV3W-DYH] [MRIN: 17118], daughter of Thomas Hoskinson [101] [LHNR-9PP] and Sarah Pigg [100] [KH9F-874], on 1814 Nov 1 in Windsor, Cumberland County, New South Wales.1 (Mary Hotkisson [23765] [LV3W-DYH] was born on 1795 May 20 in Windsor, Cumberland County, New South Wales 13, christened on 1795 Oct 18 in Sydney, Cumberland County, New South Wales,14 died on 1857 Sep 10 in Cobbitty, Cumberland County, New South Wales and was buried on 1857 Sep 12 in Cobbitty, Cumberland County, New South Wales 15.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

Alt. Marriage: St Matthews, 1814 Nov 8, Windsor, Cumberland County, New South Wales. 16


bullet  Marriage Notes:

married by Banns at St Matthew's Church of England.
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Sources


1 NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/), V18141692 3A/1814.

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

3 Toombstones.

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

5 Bigga School Parents and citizens' Centenary Committee, A History of Bigga (Bigga Public School Centenary Committee
Ian Chudleigh, Editor
Printed by Pirie Printers Pty Ltd, Canberra, ACT), Page 1.

6 Internet, http://www.walkabout.com.au/fairfax/locations/NSWBinda.shtml.

7 Bigga School Parents and citizens' Centenary Committee, A History of Bigga (Bigga Public School Centenary Committee
Ian Chudleigh, Editor
Printed by Pirie Printers Pty Ltd, Canberra, ACT), Page 1. .... Bigga School Parents and citizens' Centenary Committee, A History of Bigga (Bigga Public School Centenary Committee
Ian Chudleigh, Editor
Printed by Pirie Printers Pty Ltd, Canberra, ACT), Pages 130-139.

8 Sydney Gazette, 4 April 1833.

9 Internet, http://www.argylecounty.com.au/towns/tuena.html.

10 (http://www.nla.gov.au/ms/findaids/), Advertising. (1846, May 9). The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 4. Retrieved September 20, 2011, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article12887125.

11 Other Researchers, Rhonda Brownlow.

12 Bigga School Parents and citizens' Centenary Committee, A History of Bigga (Bigga Public School Centenary Committee
Ian Chudleigh, Editor
Printed by Pirie Printers Pty Ltd, Canberra, ACT), Page 24.

13 Hawkesbury Family History Group - Michelle Nicholas, The Hawkesbury Family Pioneer Register (Windsor, NSW
Hawkesbury Family History Group
1994 (2nd Ed.)

Printed by Hawkesbury City Council.), 97.

14 Other Researchers, Marg Curd.

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

16 Other Researchers, Thorby Walker. http://www.gencircles.com/users/thorbyw.


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