Found at the NSW State Library; posting in hopes some of them belong to
those on the List. Note that the date at the top is when the volume was
published in England, so the event may have taken place the year previously,
allowing time for the news to be sent back. This magazine was for news from
the Colonies including Australia, India and West Indies etc.
EXTRACTED FROM THE COLONIAL MAGAZINE AND COMMERCIAL MARITIME JOURNAL
VOLUME 2 - MAY 1840 -
GATES, J.G., Esq. 51st (King's Own) L.J., to Jane, daughter of the Rev. J.
YOUL, late senior chaplain, V.D.L. on 13th Nov, at Perth V.D.L.
KERMODE, R.G. Esq, to Miss ARCHER, eldest daughter of Thomas ARCHER, Esq,
M.S.C. Woolers, on 12th November, at Longford, Australia.
HENTY, Thomas, Esq, formerly of West Tarring, in the county of Sussex, on
the 25th Oct last, in Launceston, Van Diemen's Land.
WOOD, Mrs Anna Maria, on the 18th Nov, at Hobart Town.
STEWART, J.L. Esq, to Elizabeth, daughter of T. NEWSAM, Esq, of Cambridge,
England, on 2nd Jan, at Hobart Town, Van Diemen's Land.
BEST, Hon. J.C., Capt, H.M.'s 50th Regiment and youngest son of Lord
WYNFORD, on the 13th February, at Norfolk Island, by the upsetting of a
VOLUME 5 - MAY 1841 -
BRADBURY, Mrs, of a son, on the 13th July, at Hobart Town.
BUCHANAN, Dr C, lady, of a daughter, on the 17th April, at Patterson's
LEMPRIERE, D.A.C.G., lady, of a daughter, on the 15th April, at Port Arthur.
ROBERTSON, Mrs, of a son, on 21st April, at Bloomfield, Macquarie River.
CLIENE, W.G. Esq, of Quorn Hall, to Rebecca, eldest daughter of J. COX Esq
of Clarendon, Van Diemen's Land, on 29th February, at Evandale.
HONE, J. Esq, Barrister-at-Law, to Elizabeth Augusta, third daughter of W.H.
ROWE, of Grays-Inn, on the 21st May, at Launceston.
HUTCHINS, Archdeacon, to Miss OWEN, daughter of the Rev. Mr OWEN, of
Carmarthen, South Wales, lately, at Hobart Town
PERKINS, J. Esq, merchant, Launceston, to Em. Frances, daughter of W.
WATCHORN, merchant, Hobart Town, on the 23rd April, at Maitland.
TENNENT, W.M., to Wilhelmina, daughter of the late H. SIMPSON, Esq, of
Islay, Argyllshire, on the 21st July, at Hobart Town.
THOMAS, S.H. Esq, to Barbara, youngest daughter of J.H. MOORE, Esq, Police
Magistrate, on the 14th May, at Westbury.
BOYCE, Mr Nairne, barrister-at-law, on the 10th Sept, at Hobart Town.
BUTLER, Major James, K.H., major of brigade and the late 40th Regiment of
Foot, on the 25th Oct, at Hobart Town.
CLARKE, Robina, daughter of the late Charles CLARKE, Esq, J.P., of Glendhu,
county of Sutherland, aged 24, on the 6th June, at Hobart Town.
COLLICOTT, J.T. Esq, postmaster-general, lately, at Hobart Town.
GELLIBRAND, William, Esq, of South Arm, J.P. aged 75, on the 27th Sept, at
HOLMES, Mr Richard, aged 53, on the 12th Oct, at Clarence Plains.
LAWRENCE, W.E. Esq, M.L.C. lately at Launceston.
MACLAINE/McLAINE, Peter, Capt, of Spring Bay, assistant police magistrate
and formerly of H.M. 65th regt, on the 18th July.
SEYMOUR, J.C. Esq, of the survey department, third son of the late Maj.
General SEYMOUR, governor of St Lucia, West Indies, on the 23rd August, at
SMITH, Capt, of the ship "Majestic", on the 28th Oct, at Hobart Town.
EXTRACTED FROM FISHER'S COLONIAL MAGAZINE AND COMMERCIAL MARITIME JOURNAL
VOLUME 1 - AUGUST 1842 -
MACLAINE, Mrs, widow of the late Captain Maclaine, of the 79th Regiment, and
sister to J. LAPHAM, Esq, J.P. of Prosser's Plains, aged 36 years, of
dysentery, on 15th Feb at Hobart Town. This respected lady has left three
children to lament her inestimable loss.
HARNETT, Mr A.R., of Liverpool-street, fourth son of William Thomas HARNETT,
Esq, of Peckham Vale, Peckham, London, to Sarah, eldest daughter of the late
John Broadhurst BOOTHMAN, Esq, of Queenbro' Cottage, Liverpool-street,
Hobart Town, Van Diemen's Land, on 24th April, at St David's Church, by
special licence, by the Rev. W. Bedford, Senior Chaplin.
ROBERTSON, Daniel, Esq - a gentleman of considerable fortune, who was
unfortunately drowned at Launceston, Van Diemen's Land, on 14th March.
STEPHENSON, Mrs, in her 88th year, on the 19th March, after a lingering
illness, at the residence of her brother, P.G. HOGAN, Esq, Sandy Bay, Hobart
TAYLOR, William, Esq - Admiral of the Red, in the 82nd year of his age, at
Maize-hill, Greenwich. He was the only surviving officer who accompanied
Captain COOK on his voyage round the world, and was present at his death.
WATERHOUSE, Rev. John, General Superintendent of the Wesleyan Missions in
Australasia and Polynesia, in his 53rd year, in the full triumph of faith,
evidencing the truth of that Gospel of which he had been a devoted preacher
for 34 years, on the 30th March, at his residence in Campbell Street, Hobart
GIBSON, James, Esq - lady, of a son, on the 27th April, at Circular Head,
PITCAIRN, Mrs - of a son, on the 6th May, of a son (sic), at New Town, Van
VOLUME 2 - JANUARY 1843 -
FISHER, Mrs George, at Tamar Cottage, Launceston, Van Diemen's Land, on 27th
June, after a severe illness, in the 23d year of her age; beloved, esteemed
and respected by all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance.
BERRY, Thomas Taylor, late of Manchester, Dec 10, on board the "Champion",
on his passage to Australia.