Mid North Coast Pioneers - Newcastle to Lismore and beyond

Henry ALWAYAge: 4818331881

Name
Henry ALWAY
Given names
Henry
Surname
ALWAY
Birth between 1833 and 1838

Citation details: 3856/1881 ALWAY HENRY AGE 43 YEARS DIED ALEXANDRIA REDFERN
Citation details: 19 July 2012
Text:

In part:

"Henry ALWAY was christened on 18 Oct 1835 in Yate, GLS, Eng. son of spinster Diana Alway, from Yate.(IGI website) He died on 11 May 1881 in Alexandria, NSW, Australia. The cause of death was internal injuries.(BDM) I recently spoke to his great grand daughter who said the injuries were caused by an accident at a sawmill in Sydney and she said it was on his death certificate but I haven’t seen the death certificate to confirm this. Henry Alway, aged 22 [could have been born 1833 but not christened until 1835; he was also recorded as 43 when he died in 1881 which would have meant he was born in 1838, but I am sure this is the right man regardless of the inaccuracies in his age], a carpenter by trade, shown as an unmarried male, assisted immigrant on the ship Gilmore that arrived on 18 October 1855 in Sydney. He was CE, could read and write and came from Yate in Gloucester. (NSW State Archives, immigration records). On 31 Dec 1861 in Windsor, NSW he married Mary Ann Buttsworth and in 1864 they selected land at Willow Point on the Wallamba River (CP1867 100 acres, Tuncurry Parish Map) and stayed in the district until they moved to Garden Street, Alexandria, in Sydney, between the birth of Emily in 1873 and that of Ivy in 1876. (BDM and SMH 12 May 1881)"

Citation details: New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896
Alway - Henry - Arrived on board the "Gilmore".
Alway - Henry - Arrived on board the "Gilmore".

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Note: The death reference for Henry includes the information that he was 43 years of age at the time of his death in 1881. This would have Henry born about 1838.
Christening October 18, 1835
Citation details: 19 July 2012
Text:

In part:

"Henry ALWAY was christened on 18 Oct 1835 in Yate, GLS, Eng. son of spinster Diana Alway, from Yate.(IGI website) He died on 11 May 1881 in Alexandria, NSW, Australia. The cause of death was internal injuries.(BDM) I recently spoke to his great grand daughter who said the injuries were caused by an accident at a sawmill in Sydney and she said it was on his death certificate but I haven’t seen the death certificate to confirm this. Henry Alway, aged 22 [could have been born 1833 but not christened until 1835; he was also recorded as 43 when he died in 1881 which would have meant he was born in 1838, but I am sure this is the right man regardless of the inaccuracies in his age], a carpenter by trade, shown as an unmarried male, assisted immigrant on the ship Gilmore that arrived on 18 October 1855 in Sydney. He was CE, could read and write and came from Yate in Gloucester. (NSW State Archives, immigration records). On 31 Dec 1861 in Windsor, NSW he married Mary Ann Buttsworth and in 1864 they selected land at Willow Point on the Wallamba River (CP1867 100 acres, Tuncurry Parish Map) and stayed in the district until they moved to Garden Street, Alexandria, in Sydney, between the birth of Emily in 1873 and that of Ivy in 1876. (BDM and SMH 12 May 1881)"

Death of a fatherRobert ALWAY
before 1855 (Age 22)

Citation details: New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896
Alway - Henry - Arrived on board the "Gilmore".
Alway - Henry - Arrived on board the "Gilmore".

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Immigration between October 18, 1855 and October 19, 1855 (Age 22)
Citation details: 19 July 2012
Text:

In part:

"Henry ALWAY was christened on 18 Oct 1835 in Yate, GLS, Eng. son of spinster Diana Alway, from Yate.(IGI website) He died on 11 May 1881 in Alexandria, NSW, Australia. The cause of death was internal injuries.(BDM) I recently spoke to his great grand daughter who said the injuries were caused by an accident at a sawmill in Sydney and she said it was on his death certificate but I haven’t seen the death certificate to confirm this. Henry Alway, aged 22 [could have been born 1833 but not christened until 1835; he was also recorded as 43 when he died in 1881 which would have meant he was born in 1838, but I am sure this is the right man regardless of the inaccuracies in his age], a carpenter by trade, shown as an unmarried male, assisted immigrant on the ship Gilmore that arrived on 18 October 1855 in Sydney. He was CE, could read and write and came from Yate in Gloucester. (NSW State Archives, immigration records). On 31 Dec 1861 in Windsor, NSW he married Mary Ann Buttsworth and in 1864 they selected land at Willow Point on the Wallamba River (CP1867 100 acres, Tuncurry Parish Map) and stayed in the district until they moved to Garden Street, Alexandria, in Sydney, between the birth of Emily in 1873 and that of Ivy in 1876. (BDM and SMH 12 May 1881)"

Citation details: New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896
Alway - Henry - Arrived on board the "Gilmore".
Alway - Henry - Arrived on board the "Gilmore".

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Note: Arrived as a government assisted migrant on board the "Gilmore". The immigration record includes the information that he had uncles and aunts living in Melbourne.
Death of a motherDiana
after 1855 (Age 22)

Citation details: New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896
Alway - Henry - Arrived on board the "Gilmore".
Alway - Henry - Arrived on board the "Gilmore".

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MarriageMary Ann BUTTSWORTHView this family
about 1862 (Age 29)
Citation details: 3186/1862 ALWAY HENRY BUTTSWORTH MARY ANN WINDSOR
Birth of a son
#1
Henry Augustus ALWAY
December 24, 1862 (Age 29)
Citation details: 4867/1863 ALWAY HENRY A HENRY MARY A BATHURST
Citation details: 19 July 2012
Text:

In part:

"The children of Henry and Mary Ann (from BDM) are: 1862 Henry Augustus b. 24 Dec 1862 in Bathurst district, d. 1923 in Newtown 1866 Melvina Ann b. 1866 in Manning River district 1867 Sarah June, d 1868 1869 Mary Jennifer May b.1869 in Manning River district; may have died in infancy as another Mary is born in 1878 1871 Edwin Wilberforce, b. 1871 in Manning River district 1873 Emily b.1873 in Manning River district 1876 Ivy Anetta b. 1876 1878 Mary Ann b.1878"

Occupation
Carpenter

Citation details: New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896
Alway - Henry - Arrived on board the "Gilmore".
Alway - Henry - Arrived on board the "Gilmore".

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Property
Selected 100 acres of land
1864 (Age 31)
Citation details: 19 July 2012
Text:

In part:

"Henry ALWAY was christened on 18 Oct 1835 in Yate, GLS, Eng. son of spinster Diana Alway, from Yate.(IGI website) He died on 11 May 1881 in Alexandria, NSW, Australia. The cause of death was internal injuries.(BDM) I recently spoke to his great grand daughter who said the injuries were caused by an accident at a sawmill in Sydney and she said it was on his death certificate but I haven’t seen the death certificate to confirm this. Henry Alway, aged 22 [could have been born 1833 but not christened until 1835; he was also recorded as 43 when he died in 1881 which would have meant he was born in 1838, but I am sure this is the right man regardless of the inaccuracies in his age], a carpenter by trade, shown as an unmarried male, assisted immigrant on the ship Gilmore that arrived on 18 October 1855 in Sydney. He was CE, could read and write and came from Yate in Gloucester. (NSW State Archives, immigration records). On 31 Dec 1861 in Windsor, NSW he married Mary Ann Buttsworth and in 1864 they selected land at Willow Point on the Wallamba River (CP1867 100 acres, Tuncurry Parish Map) and stayed in the district until they moved to Garden Street, Alexandria, in Sydney, between the birth of Emily in 1873 and that of Ivy in 1876. (BDM and SMH 12 May 1881)"

Birth of a daughter
#2
Melvina Ann ALWAY
about 1866 (Age 33)
Citation details: 9833/1866 ALWAY MELVINA A HENRY MARY A MANNING RIVER
Citation details: 19 July 2012
Text:

In part:

"The children of Henry and Mary Ann (from BDM) are: 1862 Henry Augustus b. 24 Dec 1862 in Bathurst district, d. 1923 in Newtown 1866 Melvina Ann b. 1866 in Manning River district 1867 Sarah June, d 1868 1869 Mary Jennifer May b.1869 in Manning River district; may have died in infancy as another Mary is born in 1878 1871 Edwin Wilberforce, b. 1871 in Manning River district 1873 Emily b.1873 in Manning River district 1876 Ivy Anetta b. 1876 1878 Mary Ann b.1878"

Birth of a daughter
#3
Sarah June ALWAY
about 1867 (Age 34)

Citation details: 19July 2012
Text:

In part:

"The children of Henry and Mary Ann (from BDM) are: 1862 Henry Augustus b. 24 Dec 1862 in Bathurst district, d. 1923 in Newtown 1866 Melvina Ann b. 1866 in Manning River district 1867 Sarah June, d 1868 1869 Mary Jennifer May b.1869 in Manning River district; may have died in infancy as another Mary is born in 1878 1871 Edwin Wilberforce, b. 1871 in Manning River district 1873 Emily b.1873 in Manning River district 1876 Ivy Anetta b. 1876 1878 Mary Ann b.1878"

Death of a daughterSarah June ALWAY
about 1868 (Age 35)
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 4635/1868 ALWAY SARAH I HENRY MARY A MANNING RIVER
Citation details: 19 July 2012
Text:

In part:

"The children of Henry and Mary Ann (from BDM) are: 1862 Henry Augustus b. 24 Dec 1862 in Bathurst district, d. 1923 in Newtown 1866 Melvina Ann b. 1866 in Manning River district 1867 Sarah June, d 1868 1869 Mary Jennifer May b.1869 in Manning River district; may have died in infancy as another Mary is born in 1878 1871 Edwin Wilberforce, b. 1871 in Manning River district 1873 Emily b.1873 in Manning River district 1876 Ivy Anetta b. 1876 1878 Mary Ann b.1878"

Birth of a daughter
#4
Mary Jennifer May ALWAY
about 1869 (Age 36)
Citation details: 12561/1869 ALWAY MARY J HENRY MARY A MANNING RIVER
Citation details: 19 July 2012
Text:

In part:

"The children of Henry and Mary Ann (from BDM) are: 1862 Henry Augustus b. 24 Dec 1862 in Bathurst district, d. 1923 in Newtown 1866 Melvina Ann b. 1866 in Manning River district 1867 Sarah June, d 1868 1869 Mary Jennifer May b.1869 in Manning River district; may have died in infancy as another Mary is born in 1878 1871 Edwin Wilberforce, b. 1871 in Manning River district 1873 Emily b.1873 in Manning River district 1876 Ivy Anetta b. 1876 1878 Mary Ann b.1878"

Birth of a son
#5
Edwin Wilberforce ALWAY
about 1871 (Age 38)
Alway - Edwin Wilberforce, Rosina Lavina and children
Alway - Edwin Wilberforce, Rosina Lavina and children

Note: Image kindly made available by the volunteers at Australian Cemeteries Index.

Citation details: 12064/1871 ALWAY EDWIN W HENRY MARY ANN MANNING RIVER
Citation details: 19 July 2012
Text:

In part:

"The children of Henry and Mary Ann (from BDM) are: 1862 Henry Augustus b. 24 Dec 1862 in Bathurst district, d. 1923 in Newtown 1866 Melvina Ann b. 1866 in Manning River district 1867 Sarah June, d 1868 1869 Mary Jennifer May b.1869 in Manning River district; may have died in infancy as another Mary is born in 1878 1871 Edwin Wilberforce, b. 1871 in Manning River district 1873 Emily b.1873 in Manning River district 1876 Ivy Anetta b. 1876 1878 Mary Ann b.1878"

Publication: Wingham Chronicle and Manning River Observer (NSW : 1898 - 1954), Friday 14 September 1951, page 4
Note: The headstone for Edwin is inscribed that he was 80 years of age at the time of his death in 1952.
Birth of a daughter
#6
Emily ALWAY
about 1873 (Age 40)
Citation details: 13421/1873 ALWAY EMILY HENRY MARY ANN MANNING RIVER
Citation details: 19 July 2012
Text:

In part:

"The children of Henry and Mary Ann (from BDM) are: 1862 Henry Augustus b. 24 Dec 1862 in Bathurst district, d. 1923 in Newtown 1866 Melvina Ann b. 1866 in Manning River district 1867 Sarah June, d 1868 1869 Mary Jennifer May b.1869 in Manning River district; may have died in infancy as another Mary is born in 1878 1871 Edwin Wilberforce, b. 1871 in Manning River district 1873 Emily b.1873 in Manning River district 1876 Ivy Anetta b. 1876 1878 Mary Ann b.1878"

Birth of a daughter
#7
Ivy Annetta ALWAY
about 1876 (Age 43)
Citation details: 5755/1876 ALWAY IVY ANNETTA HENRY MARY ANN WATERLOO
Citation details: 19 July 2012
Text:

In part:

"The children of Henry and Mary Ann (from BDM) are: 1862 Henry Augustus b. 24 Dec 1862 in Bathurst district, d. 1923 in Newtown 1866 Melvina Ann b. 1866 in Manning River district 1867 Sarah June, d 1868 1869 Mary Jennifer May b.1869 in Manning River district; may have died in infancy as another Mary is born in 1878 1871 Edwin Wilberforce, b. 1871 in Manning River district 1873 Emily b.1873 in Manning River district 1876 Ivy Anetta b. 1876 1878 Mary Ann b.1878"

Birth of a daughter
#8
Mary Ann ALWAY
about 1878 (Age 45)
Citation details: 6496/1878 ALWAY MARY A HENRY MARY A WATERLOO
Citation details: 19 July 2012
Text:

In part:

"The children of Henry and Mary Ann (from BDM) are: 1862 Henry Augustus b. 24 Dec 1862 in Bathurst district, d. 1923 in Newtown 1866 Melvina Ann b. 1866 in Manning River district 1867 Sarah June, d 1868 1869 Mary Jennifer May b.1869 in Manning River district; may have died in infancy as another Mary is born in 1878 1871 Edwin Wilberforce, b. 1871 in Manning River district 1873 Emily b.1873 in Manning River district 1876 Ivy Anetta b. 1876 1878 Mary Ann b.1878"

Death May 11, 1881 (Age 48)
Cause of death: Accident in sawmill
Citation details: 3856/1881 ALWAY HENRY AGE 43 YEARS DIED ALEXANDRIA REDFERN
Quality of data: primary evidence
Citation details: 19 July 2012
Text:

In part:

"Henry ALWAY was christened on 18 Oct 1835 in Yate, GLS, Eng. son of spinster Diana Alway, from Yate.(IGI website) He died on 11 May 1881 in Alexandria, NSW, Australia. The cause of death was internal injuries.(BDM) I recently spoke to his great grand daughter who said the injuries were caused by an accident at a sawmill in Sydney and she said it was on his death certificate but I haven’t seen the death certificate to confirm this. Henry Alway, aged 22 [could have been born 1833 but not christened until 1835; he was also recorded as 43 when he died in 1881 which would have meant he was born in 1838, but I am sure this is the right man regardless of the inaccuracies in his age], a carpenter by trade, shown as an unmarried male, assisted immigrant on the ship Gilmore that arrived on 18 October 1855 in Sydney. He was CE, could read and write and came from Yate in Gloucester. (NSW State Archives, immigration records). On 31 Dec 1861 in Windsor, NSW he married Mary Ann Buttsworth and in 1864 they selected land at Willow Point on the Wallamba River (CP1867 100 acres, Tuncurry Parish Map) and stayed in the district until they moved to Garden Street, Alexandria, in Sydney, between the birth of Emily in 1873 and that of Ivy in 1876. (BDM and SMH 12 May 1881)"

Burial May 12, 1881 (1 day after death)
Address: Zone A Methodist Old 04A OC Grave No. 1301
Cemetery: Rookwood Necropolis
Religion: Methodist
Citation details: Thursday 12 May 1881, page 10
Alway - Henry - Funeral Notice
Alway - Henry - Funeral Notice

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Text:

HENRY ALWAY 43 12/05/1881 Zone A Methodist Old 04A OC 1301

Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
himself
Family with Mary Ann BUTTSWORTH - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: about 1862Windsor, , New South Wales, Australia
1 year
son
4 years
daughter
Melvina Ann ALWAY
Birth: about 1866 33 26Manning River District (Taree), , New South Wales, Australia
Death:
2 years
daughter
Sarah June ALWAY
Birth: about 1867 34 27
Death: about 1868Manning River District (Taree), , New South Wales, Australia
3 years
daughter
Mary Jennifer May ALWAY
Birth: about 1869 36 29Manning River District (Taree), , New South Wales, Australia
Death:
3 years
son
3 years
daughter
4 years
daughter
3 years
daughter
John Martin RUPRECHT + Mary Ann BUTTSWORTH - View this family
wife’s husband
wife
Marriage: about 1888Redfern, , New South Wales, Australia

BirthA - Deaths Registered in New South Wales
Citation details: 3856/1881 ALWAY HENRY AGE 43 YEARS DIED ALEXANDRIA REDFERN
BirthEmails - Jim Fletcher
Citation details: 19 July 2012
Text:

In part:

"Henry ALWAY was christened on 18 Oct 1835 in Yate, GLS, Eng. son of spinster Diana Alway, from Yate.(IGI website) He died on 11 May 1881 in Alexandria, NSW, Australia. The cause of death was internal injuries.(BDM) I recently spoke to his great grand daughter who said the injuries were caused by an accident at a sawmill in Sydney and she said it was on his death certificate but I haven’t seen the death certificate to confirm this. Henry Alway, aged 22 [could have been born 1833 but not christened until 1835; he was also recorded as 43 when he died in 1881 which would have meant he was born in 1838, but I am sure this is the right man regardless of the inaccuracies in his age], a carpenter by trade, shown as an unmarried male, assisted immigrant on the ship Gilmore that arrived on 18 October 1855 in Sydney. He was CE, could read and write and came from Yate in Gloucester. (NSW State Archives, immigration records). On 31 Dec 1861 in Windsor, NSW he married Mary Ann Buttsworth and in 1864 they selected land at Willow Point on the Wallamba River (CP1867 100 acres, Tuncurry Parish Map) and stayed in the district until they moved to Garden Street, Alexandria, in Sydney, between the birth of Emily in 1873 and that of Ivy in 1876. (BDM and SMH 12 May 1881)"

BirthWeb Site - ancestry.com.au
Citation details: New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896
Alway - Henry - Arrived on board the "Gilmore".
Alway - Henry - Arrived on board the "Gilmore".

Note: Downloaded from ancestry.com.au

ChristeningEmails - Jim Fletcher
Citation details: 19 July 2012
Text:

In part:

"Henry ALWAY was christened on 18 Oct 1835 in Yate, GLS, Eng. son of spinster Diana Alway, from Yate.(IGI website) He died on 11 May 1881 in Alexandria, NSW, Australia. The cause of death was internal injuries.(BDM) I recently spoke to his great grand daughter who said the injuries were caused by an accident at a sawmill in Sydney and she said it was on his death certificate but I haven’t seen the death certificate to confirm this. Henry Alway, aged 22 [could have been born 1833 but not christened until 1835; he was also recorded as 43 when he died in 1881 which would have meant he was born in 1838, but I am sure this is the right man regardless of the inaccuracies in his age], a carpenter by trade, shown as an unmarried male, assisted immigrant on the ship Gilmore that arrived on 18 October 1855 in Sydney. He was CE, could read and write and came from Yate in Gloucester. (NSW State Archives, immigration records). On 31 Dec 1861 in Windsor, NSW he married Mary Ann Buttsworth and in 1864 they selected land at Willow Point on the Wallamba River (CP1867 100 acres, Tuncurry Parish Map) and stayed in the district until they moved to Garden Street, Alexandria, in Sydney, between the birth of Emily in 1873 and that of Ivy in 1876. (BDM and SMH 12 May 1881)"

ImmigrationEmails - Jim Fletcher
Citation details: 19 July 2012
Text:

In part:

"Henry ALWAY was christened on 18 Oct 1835 in Yate, GLS, Eng. son of spinster Diana Alway, from Yate.(IGI website) He died on 11 May 1881 in Alexandria, NSW, Australia. The cause of death was internal injuries.(BDM) I recently spoke to his great grand daughter who said the injuries were caused by an accident at a sawmill in Sydney and she said it was on his death certificate but I haven’t seen the death certificate to confirm this. Henry Alway, aged 22 [could have been born 1833 but not christened until 1835; he was also recorded as 43 when he died in 1881 which would have meant he was born in 1838, but I am sure this is the right man regardless of the inaccuracies in his age], a carpenter by trade, shown as an unmarried male, assisted immigrant on the ship Gilmore that arrived on 18 October 1855 in Sydney. He was CE, could read and write and came from Yate in Gloucester. (NSW State Archives, immigration records). On 31 Dec 1861 in Windsor, NSW he married Mary Ann Buttsworth and in 1864 they selected land at Willow Point on the Wallamba River (CP1867 100 acres, Tuncurry Parish Map) and stayed in the district until they moved to Garden Street, Alexandria, in Sydney, between the birth of Emily in 1873 and that of Ivy in 1876. (BDM and SMH 12 May 1881)"

ImmigrationWeb Site - ancestry.com.au
Citation details: New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896
Alway - Henry - Arrived on board the "Gilmore".
Alway - Henry - Arrived on board the "Gilmore".

Note: Downloaded from ancestry.com.au

MarriageMarriages registered in New South Wales.
Citation details: 3186/1862 ALWAY HENRY BUTTSWORTH MARY ANN WINDSOR
OccupationWeb Site - ancestry.com.au
Citation details: New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896
Alway - Henry - Arrived on board the "Gilmore".
Alway - Henry - Arrived on board the "Gilmore".

Note: Downloaded from ancestry.com.au

PropertyEmails - Jim Fletcher
Citation details: 19 July 2012
Text:

In part:

"Henry ALWAY was christened on 18 Oct 1835 in Yate, GLS, Eng. son of spinster Diana Alway, from Yate.(IGI website) He died on 11 May 1881 in Alexandria, NSW, Australia. The cause of death was internal injuries.(BDM) I recently spoke to his great grand daughter who said the injuries were caused by an accident at a sawmill in Sydney and she said it was on his death certificate but I haven’t seen the death certificate to confirm this. Henry Alway, aged 22 [could have been born 1833 but not christened until 1835; he was also recorded as 43 when he died in 1881 which would have meant he was born in 1838, but I am sure this is the right man regardless of the inaccuracies in his age], a carpenter by trade, shown as an unmarried male, assisted immigrant on the ship Gilmore that arrived on 18 October 1855 in Sydney. He was CE, could read and write and came from Yate in Gloucester. (NSW State Archives, immigration records). On 31 Dec 1861 in Windsor, NSW he married Mary Ann Buttsworth and in 1864 they selected land at Willow Point on the Wallamba River (CP1867 100 acres, Tuncurry Parish Map) and stayed in the district until they moved to Garden Street, Alexandria, in Sydney, between the birth of Emily in 1873 and that of Ivy in 1876. (BDM and SMH 12 May 1881)"

DeathA - Deaths Registered in New South Wales
Citation details: 3856/1881 ALWAY HENRY AGE 43 YEARS DIED ALEXANDRIA REDFERN
Quality of data: primary evidence
DeathEmails - Jim Fletcher
Citation details: 19 July 2012
Text:

In part:

"Henry ALWAY was christened on 18 Oct 1835 in Yate, GLS, Eng. son of spinster Diana Alway, from Yate.(IGI website) He died on 11 May 1881 in Alexandria, NSW, Australia. The cause of death was internal injuries.(BDM) I recently spoke to his great grand daughter who said the injuries were caused by an accident at a sawmill in Sydney and she said it was on his death certificate but I haven’t seen the death certificate to confirm this. Henry Alway, aged 22 [could have been born 1833 but not christened until 1835; he was also recorded as 43 when he died in 1881 which would have meant he was born in 1838, but I am sure this is the right man regardless of the inaccuracies in his age], a carpenter by trade, shown as an unmarried male, assisted immigrant on the ship Gilmore that arrived on 18 October 1855 in Sydney. He was CE, could read and write and came from Yate in Gloucester. (NSW State Archives, immigration records). On 31 Dec 1861 in Windsor, NSW he married Mary Ann Buttsworth and in 1864 they selected land at Willow Point on the Wallamba River (CP1867 100 acres, Tuncurry Parish Map) and stayed in the district until they moved to Garden Street, Alexandria, in Sydney, between the birth of Emily in 1873 and that of Ivy in 1876. (BDM and SMH 12 May 1881)"

BurialNewspaper - Sydney Morning Herald - Funeral Notices
Citation details: Thursday 12 May 1881, page 10
Alway - Henry - Funeral Notice
Alway - Henry - Funeral Notice

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BurialRookwood Independent Cemetery
Text:

HENRY ALWAY 43 12/05/1881 Zone A Methodist Old 04A OC 1301

NoteEmails - Jim Fletcher
Citation details: 19 July 2012