Mid North Coast Pioneers - Newcastle to Lismore and beyond

John WEBSTER1819

Name
John WEBSTER
Given names
John
Surname
WEBSTER
Birth 1819 24 18
Birth of a brotherJames WEBSTER
1821 (Age 2)
Christening of a brotherJames WEBSTER
July 26, 1821 (Age 2)
Address: Church of Scotland
Birth of a sisterAgnes WEBSTER
1825 (Age 6)
Birth of a sisterAnn WEBSTER
1827 (Age 8)
Death of a fatherDavid WEBSTER
1828 (Age 9)
Cause: Possibly a timber accident.
Birth of a half-brotherDavid WILLIAMSON
about 1830 (Age 11)
Marriage of a parentRobert WILLIAMSONEllen LINDSAYView this family
January 18, 1830 (Age 11)
Publication: Narrawallee, NSW, Australia; Phil and Jan Gregory; Mar 2007; ISBN 978-0-9750011-2-7
Citation details: Page 79
Citation details: 26 DEC 2008
Text:

Hi Stuart,

Helen Lindsay's first husband was David Webster and had four children to him: John, James, Agnes, Ann.

John & James Webster were both contracted by the A.A.Co. and arrived on board the "Richard Webb" & "Aden" in 1840 & 1841 respectively.

When Robert Williamson and his brother-in-law James Lindsay were contracted by the Company they immigrated on the "Hero of Malown" in 1841. Agnes & Ann Webster are given as children on Robert which is why you have your number as five females.

The family had very close ties to the A.A.Co. Helen's nephew John Lindsay came out on the "Richard Webb" in 1840 and married his cousin Agnes Webster. Enoch Davies came on the "Artemesia" in 1849, while Thomas Tudor was on the "Vimeria" which arrived in 1852.

Robert Williamson was the Company's oldest employee and was tragically killed in the A.A.Co. Borehole aged about 77 years.

Best wishes, Ryan

Birth of a half-brotherRobert WILLIAMSON
about 1832 (Age 13)
Birth of a half-sisterCatherine WILLIAMSON
about 1834 (Age 15)
Birth of a half-sisterHelen WILLIAMSON
about 1836 (Age 17)
Birth of a half-sisterMary WILLIAMSON
January 8, 1838 (Age 19)
Immigration 1840 (Age 21)
Citation details: 26 DEC 2008
Text:

Hi Stuart,

Helen Lindsay's first husband was David Webster and had four children to him: John, James, Agnes, Ann.

John & James Webster were both contracted by the A.A.Co. and arrived on board the "Richard Webb" & "Aden" in 1840 & 1841 respectively.

When Robert Williamson and his brother-in-law James Lindsay were contracted by the Company they immigrated on the "Hero of Malown" in 1841. Agnes & Ann Webster are given as children on Robert which is why you have your number as five females.

The family had very close ties to the A.A.Co. Helen's nephew John Lindsay came out on the "Richard Webb" in 1840 and married his cousin Agnes Webster. Enoch Davies came on the "Artemesia" in 1849, while Thomas Tudor was on the "Vimeria" which arrived in 1852.

Robert Williamson was the Company's oldest employee and was tragically killed in the A.A.Co. Borehole aged about 77 years.

Best wishes, Ryan

Occupation
Miner
1840 (Age 21)
Employer: Australian Agricultural Company
Citation details: 26 DEC 2008
Text:

Hi Stuart,

Helen Lindsay's first husband was David Webster and had four children to him: John, James, Agnes, Ann.

John & James Webster were both contracted by the A.A.Co. and arrived on board the "Richard Webb" & "Aden" in 1840 & 1841 respectively.

When Robert Williamson and his brother-in-law James Lindsay were contracted by the Company they immigrated on the "Hero of Malown" in 1841. Agnes & Ann Webster are given as children on Robert which is why you have your number as five females.

The family had very close ties to the A.A.Co. Helen's nephew John Lindsay came out on the "Richard Webb" in 1840 and married his cousin Agnes Webster. Enoch Davies came on the "Artemesia" in 1849, while Thomas Tudor was on the "Vimeria" which arrived in 1852.

Robert Williamson was the Company's oldest employee and was tragically killed in the A.A.Co. Borehole aged about 77 years.

Best wishes, Ryan

Birth of a half-brotherSimpson WILLIAMSON
about 1842 (Age 23)
Marriage of a siblingJames WEBSTERAnn “Annie” McINTOSHView this family
May 22, 1842 (Age 23)
Birth of a half-brotherWalter “Watty” WILLIAMSON
April 23, 1846 (Age 27)
Citation details: V1846547 55/1846 WILLIAMSON WALTER ROBERT ELLEN
Publication: Email from Jan Gregory to Stuart Gregory of 15 July, 2005
Marriage of a siblingRobert DONALDSONAnn WEBSTERView this family
Type: Religious marriage
about 1848 (Age 29)
Address: Wesleyan Methodist at Maitland or West Maitland
Citation details: V1848123 84/1848 DONALDSON ROBERT WEBSTER ANN IK
Marriage of a half-siblingDavid WILLIAMSONEliza Rebecca COOPERView this family
Type: Religious marriage
December 9, 1850 (Age 31)
Address: Christ Church 46 Newcomen Street Newcastle NSW
Citation details: V1850722 36B/1850 WILLIAMSON DAVID COOPER ELIZA R CH

Early Newcastle with Christ Church in background
Early Newcastle with Christ Church in background

Note: A virtual exhibition of the original held in Australia in 1995 to celebrate womens' activities and creativity. A link to the virtual exhibition is here.

Marriage of a half-siblingThomas TUDORHelen WILLIAMSONView this family
Type: Religious marriage
July 21, 1854 (Age 35)
Address: Christ Church 46 Newcomen Street Newcastle NSW
Citation details: V1854409 41B/1854 TUDOR THOMAS WILLIAMSON ELLEN CH
Early Newcastle with Christ Church in background
Early Newcastle with Christ Church in background

Note: A virtual exhibition of the original held in Australia in 1995 to celebrate womens' activities and creativity. A link to the virtual exhibition is here.


Marriage of a half-siblingEnoch DAVIESCatherine WILLIAMSONView this family
September 13, 1854 (Age 35)
Citation details: V1854871 81/1854 DAVIES ENOCH WILLIAMSON CATHERINE JF
Marriage of a half-siblingEnoch BAILEYMary WILLIAMSONView this family
Type: Religious marriage
July 28, 1855 (Age 36)
Address: Presbyterian
Citation details: V1855528 82/1855 BAILEY ENOCH WILLIAMSON MARY JF
Marriage of a half-siblingRobert WILLIAMSONElizabeth “Betsy” SALISBURYView this family
August 24, 1857 (Age 38)
Citation details: 2274/1857 WILLIAMSON ROBERT SALISBURY ELIZABETH NEWCASTLE
Marriage of a half-siblingWalter “Watty” WILLIAMSONMary Ann GREGORYView this family
Type: Religious marriage
October 10, 1866 (Age 47)
Address: Primitive Methodist Church
Citation details: 2706/1866 WILLIAMSON WALTER GREGORY MARY A NEWCASTLE
Publication: Email from Jan Gregory to Stuart Gregory of 15 July, 2005
Publication: Narrawallee, NSW, Australia; Phil and Jan Gregory; Mar 2007; ISBN 978-0-9750011-2-7
Citation details: Page 79
Death of a brotherJames WEBSTER
October 12, 1872 (Age 53)
Address: Perkin Street Newcastle NSW
Cause: Prostatic Calculus
Burial of a brotherJames WEBSTER
October 13, 1872 (Age 53)
Cemetery: Presbyterian HS Point
Death of a motherEllen LINDSAY
June 18, 1885 (Age 66)
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 12969/1885 WILLIAMSON HELEN JAMES DIED NEWCASTLE NEWCASTLE
Quality of data: questionable evidence
Note: The reference to her NSW Death Index may be incorrect as her father's name is registered as James when it is believed that her father's name was John.
Death of a half-brotherRobert WILLIAMSON
about 1897 (Age 78)
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 3753/1897 WILLIAMSON ROBERT ROBERT ELLEN ADAMSTOWN
Death of a half-brotherDavid WILLIAMSON
November 22, 1902 (Age 83)
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 15047/1902 WILLIAMSON DAVID ROBERT ELLEN NEWTOWN
Death of a half-sisterCatherine WILLIAMSON
August 1, 1915 (Age 96)
Address: Clarence Road New Lambton NSW
Death of a half-brotherWalter “Watty” WILLIAMSON
November 3, 1924 (Age 105)
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 17562/1924 WILLIAMSON WALTER ROBERT ACLEN MEREWETHER
Quality of data: secondary evidence
Note: I think the name Aclen is an error in transcribing Ellen. I can only speculate on the name of Robert.
Publication: Email from Jan Gregory to Stuart Gregory of 15 July, 2005
Death of a half-sisterHelen WILLIAMSON
August 3, 1926 (Age 107)
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 12503/1926 TUDOR ELLEN ROBERT ELLEN HAMILTON
Death of a half-sisterMary WILLIAMSON
August 6, 1930 (Age 111)
Address: 171 Union Street The Junction NSW
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 14143/1930 BAILEY MARY ROBERT 72YRS NEWCASTLE (-LINDSAY) NEWCASTLE
Deathyes

Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: Newburgh, Fife, Scotland, United Kingdom
himself
3 years
younger brother
5 years
younger sister
3 years
younger sister
Mother’s family with Robert WILLIAMSON - View this family
step-father
mother
Marriage: January 18, 1830Lower Largo, Scotland, United Kingdom
11 months
half-brother
3 years
half-brother
3 years
half-sister
3 years
half-sister
2 years
half-sister
5 years
half-brother
4 years
half-brother

BirthWeb Site - Amanda Taylor
ImmigrationEmails - Ryan Dudley
Citation details: 26 DEC 2008
Text:

Hi Stuart,

Helen Lindsay's first husband was David Webster and had four children to him: John, James, Agnes, Ann.

John & James Webster were both contracted by the A.A.Co. and arrived on board the "Richard Webb" & "Aden" in 1840 & 1841 respectively.

When Robert Williamson and his brother-in-law James Lindsay were contracted by the Company they immigrated on the "Hero of Malown" in 1841. Agnes & Ann Webster are given as children on Robert which is why you have your number as five females.

The family had very close ties to the A.A.Co. Helen's nephew John Lindsay came out on the "Richard Webb" in 1840 and married his cousin Agnes Webster. Enoch Davies came on the "Artemesia" in 1849, while Thomas Tudor was on the "Vimeria" which arrived in 1852.

Robert Williamson was the Company's oldest employee and was tragically killed in the A.A.Co. Borehole aged about 77 years.

Best wishes, Ryan

OccupationEmails - Ryan Dudley
Citation details: 26 DEC 2008
Text:

Hi Stuart,

Helen Lindsay's first husband was David Webster and had four children to him: John, James, Agnes, Ann.

John & James Webster were both contracted by the A.A.Co. and arrived on board the "Richard Webb" & "Aden" in 1840 & 1841 respectively.

When Robert Williamson and his brother-in-law James Lindsay were contracted by the Company they immigrated on the "Hero of Malown" in 1841. Agnes & Ann Webster are given as children on Robert which is why you have your number as five females.

The family had very close ties to the A.A.Co. Helen's nephew John Lindsay came out on the "Richard Webb" in 1840 and married his cousin Agnes Webster. Enoch Davies came on the "Artemesia" in 1849, while Thomas Tudor was on the "Vimeria" which arrived in 1852.

Robert Williamson was the Company's oldest employee and was tragically killed in the A.A.Co. Borehole aged about 77 years.

Best wishes, Ryan

SourceEmails - Ryan Dudley
Citation details: 26 DEC 2008
Text:

Hi Stuart,

Helen Lindsay's first husband was David Webster and had four children to him: John, James, Agnes, Ann.

John & James Webster were both contracted by the A.A.Co. and arrived on board the "Richard Webb" & "Aden" in 1840 & 1841 respectively.

When Robert Williamson and his brother-in-law James Lindsay were contracted by the Company they immigrated on the "Hero of Malown" in 1841. Agnes & Ann Webster are given as children on Robert which is why you have your number as five females.

The family had very close ties to the A.A.Co. Helen's nephew John Lindsay came out on the "Richard Webb" in 1840 and married his cousin Agnes Webster. Enoch Davies came on the "Artemesia" in 1849, while Thomas Tudor was on the "Vimeria" which arrived in 1852.

Robert Williamson was the Company's oldest employee and was tragically killed in the A.A.Co. Borehole aged about 77 years.

Best wishes, Ryan