Thanks for that extra information Louise. I am descended through Eliza Ann
Carling and John Marshall's eldest daughter Caroline Lillas Marshall.
There is some information on Ancestry but I've never been able to find out
John's origins. I have a photo of him, I think it came from the
Sesqui-Centenary Celebrations Souvenir 1852 - 2002 produced by the
Ulverstone History Museum.
On Sun, 18 Nov 2018 at 06:27, Louise Gibson <louise2tas(a)bigpond.com> wrote:
The A Carling and family that arrived on the "Vibilia" 22
April 1835 was
widower, his daughter Harriet and her husband, Samuel James HIGGS, and
their three young
children; and Anthony's son Alfred CARLING and his wife Mary Ann (ms
Royal), and their
young daughter, Mary Ann Carling born c1833, in England, but who was found
was buried 7 February 1837 in Launceston. Mary Ann (Royal) Carling died at
Regarding the vast Lucas family:
Peter McKay produced a book "A Nation within a Nation" back in 2004, and
revised it in
2008. It was also available on CD. The State Library holds a copy for loan.
On 16/11/2018 6:03 PM, aus-tasmania-request(a)rootsweb.com wrote:
> Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2018 18:01:21 +1100
> From: Edie McArthur<rootsancestry57(a)gmail.com>
> Subject: [AUS-Tas] Re: MARY ANN CARLING ELLERY
> Hi Peter and anyone interested.
> I found another possible Mary Ann Carling, who may of married an Ellery.
> have found on ancestry i f I am allowed to do this. It would have come
> TAHO originally I would think.
> Reports of the Arrival at the Port of Hobart Town. Steerage Passengers.
> Ship "Vibilia", 22 April, 1835
> Mr. Carling, looks like son 2
> Mr. A Carling
> Mrs Carling
> Mary Ann Carling
> CS092 Port Officers
> Maybe you can do somthing with that Peter.
> I am knee deep in Nathaniel Lucas the convict of the Scarborough, First
> fleet. . He is popping up in my children and their fathers dna, but it
> possible Nathaniel seems to have populated most of Tasmania and another
> who is coming through John Cox the soldier and his common law widfe Ann
> Brooks is also. I havent touched on these lines before and want to get
> to him.
> On Fri, Nov 16, 2018 at 10:06 AM Edie McArthur<rootsancestry57(a)gmail.com
>> I did also note there was a seaman of this name in the names indexes, so
>> maybe he never married Mary Ann Jones, or as I said shemay have died in
>> childbirth and he gave mary Ann up for adoption.
>> Edie McArthur
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