Mid North Coast Pioneers - Newcastle to Lismore and beyond

Henry Augustas PIDDING1852

Name
Henry Augustas PIDDING
Given names
Henry Augustas
Surname
PIDDING
Birth about 1852 28
Citation details: V18521963 56/1852 PIDDING HENRY A GEORGE MIRIAM
Death of a paternal grandfatherGeorge Raymond PIDDING
1853 (Age 12 months)
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: V1853128 39B/1853 PIDDING GEORGE R AGE 53
Birth of a sisterSarah Miriam PIDDING
about 1854 (Age 2)
Citation details: V18542544 56/1854 PIDDING SARAH M GEORGE MIRIAM --
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Birth of a sisterLouisa Caroline PIDDING
about 1857 (Age 5)
Citation details: V1857702 155/1857 PIDDING LOUISA C GEORGE R MIRIAM --
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Note: There is also another entry for the birth in the NSW Birth Index as follows:
Birth of a sisterEliza PIDDING
about 1860 (Age 8)
Citation details: 8614/1860 PIDDING ELIZA GEORGE R MIRIAM MAITLAND
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Birth of a brotherCharles PIDDING
about 1863 (Age 11)
Twin Brother: Alfred PIDDINGtwin brother
Citation details: 9212/1863 PIDDING CHARLES GEORGE R MIRIAM MAITLAND
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Birth of a brotherAlfred PIDDING
about 1863 (Age 11)
Twin Brother: Charles PIDDINGtwin brother
Citation details: 9212/1863 PIDDING CHARLES GEORGE R MIRIAM MAITLAND
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Marriage of a parentGeorge Raymond PIDDINGSarah Ann DAVIESView this family
about 1863 (Age 11)
Citation details: 2223/1863 PIDDING GEORGE R DAVIES SARAH ANN MAITLAND
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Note: Greg Manning has given their marriage date as 1864.
Death of a brotherAlfred PIDDING
about 1863 (Age 11)
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 4148/1863 PIDDING ALFRED GEORGE R MIRIAM MAITLAND
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Death of a motherMiriam BURGESS
about 1863 (Age 11)
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 4136/1863 PIDDING MIRIAM GEORGE RACHEL MAITLAND
Birth of a half-brotherWilliam Heath PIDDING
about 1865 (Age 13)
Citation details: 10503/1865 PIDDING WILLIAM H GEORGE R SARAH A MAITLAND
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Birth of a half-brotherFrederick Ord PIDDING
about 1866 (Age 14)
Citation details: 10480/1866 PIDDING FREDERICK O GEORGE R SARAH A MAITLAND
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Birth of a half-brotherHerbert James PIDDING
about 1868 (Age 16)
Citation details: 11462/1868 PIDDING HERBERT J GEORGE R SARAH A MAITLAND
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Birth of a half-brotherWalter Burgess PIDDING
about 1870 (Age 18)
Citation details: 12213/1870 PIDDING WALTER BURGESS GEORGE RAYMOND SARAH ANN MAITLAND
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Death of a paternal grandmotherMarianne
1872 (Age 20)
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 1446/1872 PIDDING MARY A AGE 73 YEARS DIED SYDNEY SYDNEY
Birth of a half-sisterIda Eveline Maud PIDDING
about 1873 (Age 21)
Citation details: 13019/1873 PIDDING IDA EVELINE MAUD GEORGE RAYMOND SARAH ANN MAITLAND
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Death of a half-sisterIda Eveline Maud PIDDING
about 1874 (Age 22)
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 5781/1874 PIDDING IDA E GEORGE R SARAH A WEST MAITLAND
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Death of a half-brotherWalter Burgess PIDDING
about 1875 (Age 23)
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 7334/1875 PIDDING WALTER GEORGE R SARAH A MAITLAND
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Birth of a half-brotherPercy Horatio PIDDING
about 1877 (Age 25)
Citation details: 14571/1877 PIDDING PERCY H GEORGE R SARAH ANN MAITLAND
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Marriage of a siblingGeorge Raymond PIDDINGEmma Maria JONESView this family
about 1877 (Age 25)
Citation details: 3916/1877 PIDDING GEORGE R JONES EMMA M NEWCASTLE
Marriage of a siblingHubert ELDRIDGELouisa Caroline PIDDINGView this family
about 1880 (Age 28)
Citation details: 1581/1880 ELDRIDGE HUBERT PIDDING LOUISA CAROLINE SYDNEY
Birth of a half-brotherCecil Raymond PIDDING
about 1881 (Age 29)
Citation details: 19846/1881 PIDDING CECIL RAYMOND GEORGE R SARAH A MAITLAND
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Marriage of a siblingJohn RUTHERFORDEliza PIDDINGView this family
about 1883 (Age 31)
Citation details: 5566/1883 RUTHERFORD JOHN PIDDING ELIZA WEST MAITLAND
Quality of data: secondary evidence
Birth of a half-brotherEdis Byron PIDDING
about 1884 (Age 32)
Citation details: 24222/1884 PIDDING EDIS BYRON GEORGE RAYMOND SARAH ANN WEST MAITLAND
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Marriage of a siblingGeorge YOUNGSarah Miriam PIDDINGView this family
about 1888 (Age 36)
Citation details: 437/1888 YOUNG GEORGE PIDDING SARAH M SYDNEY
Marriage of a half-siblingHerbert James PIDDINGHarriet Ann WILLIAMSView this family
about 1890 (Age 38)
Citation details: 611/1890 PIDDING HERBERT J WILLIAMS HARRIET A SYDNEY
Death of a fatherGeorge Raymond PIDDING
about 1893 (Age 41)
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 5874/1893 PIDDING GEORGE R UNKNOWN UNKNOWN GLEBE
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Death of a half-brotherWilliam Heath PIDDING
about 1898 (Age 46)
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 11804/1898 PIDDING WILLIAM H GEORGE R SARAH A WATERLOO
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Marriage of a half-siblingPercy Horatio PIDDINGAda Josephine JONESView this family
about 1902 (Age 50)
Citation details: 2082/1902 PIDDING PERCY H JONES ADA J RANDWICK
Death of a brotherGeorge Raymond PIDDING
February 15, 1902 (Age 50)
Citation details: 220/1902 PIDDING GEORGE R GEORGE R MIRIAM SYDNEY
Quality of data: primary evidence
Marriage of a half-siblingCecil Raymond PIDDINGMary C SCULLYView this family
about 1905 (Age 53)
Citation details: 497/1905 PIDDING CECIL R SCULLY MARY C SYDNEY
Marriage of a half-siblingEdis Byron PIDDINGCatherine JACKSONView this family
about 1906 (Age 54)
Citation details: 5331/1906 PIDDING EDIS B JACKSON CATHERINE ST LEONARDS
Marriage of a half-siblingFrederick Ord PIDDINGRhoda GROVEView this family
about 1912 (Age 60)
Citation details: 16079/1912 PIDDING FREDERICK O GROVE RHODA REDFERN
Death of a sisterLouisa Caroline PIDDING
about 1921 (Age 69)
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 8000/1921 ELDRIDGE LOUISA C GEORGE R MIRIAM BURWOOD
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Death of a half-brotherPercy Horatio PIDDING
about 1927 (Age 75)
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 13651/1927 PIDDING PERCY H GEORGE R SARAH A WOOLLAHRA
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Death of a half-brotherCecil Raymond PIDDING
about 1927 (Age 75)
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 17838/1927 PIDDING CECIL R GEORGE R SARAH A REDFERN
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Marriage of a half-siblingEdis Byron PIDDINGFrances HAINSWORTHView this family
about 1930 (Age 78)
Citation details: 10837/1930 PIDDING EDIS B HAINSWORTH FRANCES PETERSHAM
Death of a sisterSarah Miriam PIDDING
about 1936 (Age 84)
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 22782/1936 YOUNG SARAH MIRIAM GEORGE RAYMOND MIRIAM MARRICKVILLE
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Death of a brotherCharles PIDDING
about 1939 (Age 87)
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 28175/1939 PIDDING CHARLES GEORGE RAYMOND MIRIAM WEST MAITLAND
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Death of a half-brotherFrederick Ord PIDDING
about 1941 (Age 89)
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 12070/1941 PIDDING FREDERICK ORD GEORGE RAYMOND SARAH ANN RANDWICK
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Death of a half-brotherHerbert James PIDDING
about 1942 (Age 90)
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 12843/1942 PIDDING HERBERT JAMES GEORGE RAYMOND SARAH ANN REDFERN
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Death of a half-brotherEdis Byron PIDDING
about 1947 (Age 95)

Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 17108/1947 PIDDING EDIS BYRON GEORGE RAYMOND SARAH ANN GRANVILLE
Note: Greg Manning includes the information that Edis died in 1945.
Death of a sisterEliza PIDDING
about 1953 (Age 101)
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 22636/1953 RUTHERFORD ELIZA GEORGE RAYMOND MIRIAM MAITLAND
Citation details: 5 August 2008
Text:

There are in fact five George Raymond Piddings in all, but only one Pidding convict.

Briefly, the line runs:

George Raymond (1800-53) m. Marianne Righton (d. 1872). She was the widow of Basil Righton of the East India Co. I don't know her maiden name; she was apparently French. George R.'s ten siblings included the painter Henry James P (1797-1864); the East India Co. captain and teadealer John Rhodes Pidding (1803-50) who sold his tea as "Captain Pidding"; the inventor William Pidding; and a surgeon, Thomas Pidding, who came to NSW free in 1829 and died there in 1840.

George and Marianne had two sons, as you know.

  1. George Raymond (1824-93) married twice: in 1849 to Miriam Burgess (d. 1863) and in 1864 to Sarah Ann Davies (d.1824). Issue: With Miriam Burgess:
  2. George Raymond (1850-1902) Son George F.C. (George IV) b/d 1883.
  3. Henry Augustus (1852-??)
  4. Sarah Miriam (Young) (1854-1936)
  5. Louisa Caroline (Eldridge) (1857-1921)
  6. Eliza (Rutherford) (1860-1953)
  7. Charles (1863-1939)
  8. Alfred (twin - b/d 1863)

With Sarah Ann Davies: 8. William Heath (1865-1898) 9. Frederick Ord (1866-1941) 10. Herbert James (1868-1942) (His third son was George Raymond L. [1893-1965]) 11. Walter Burgess (1870-75) 12. Ida Eveline Maud (1873-74) 13. Percy Horatio (1877-1927) 14. Cecil Raymond (1881-1927) 15. Edis Byron (1884-1945)

  1. Charles James (1826-1900) married Isabella Dodds (1829-1904) at Port Macquarie, 1848. She gave birth to ten children, only five of which survived:
  2. George Raymond (1848-49)
  3. Charles James (1850-53)
  4. Marianne (1851-55)
  5. Isabella (Manning) (1853-1931) My great grandmother.
  6. Margaret Mary (1858-59)
  7. Elizabeth Louise (Kearton) (1860-
  8. Louisa (1862-67)
  9. Margaret (Kearton) (1865-1904)
  10. Charles (1867-1945)
  11. Douglas Francis (1870-1912). Doug's grandson, Noel Pidding, played Rugby League for Australia.
Deathyes

Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: about 1849Sydney, , New South Wales, Australia
2 years
elder brother
3 years
himself
3 years
younger sister
Sarah Miriam PIDDING
Birth: about 1854 30New South Wales, Australia
Death: about 1936Marrickville, , New South Wales, Australia
4 years
younger sister
4 years
younger sister
4 years
younger brother
Charles PIDDING
Birth: about 1863 39Maitland, , New South Wales, Australia
Death: about 1939West Maitland, , New South Wales, Australia
1 year
younger brother
Alfred PIDDING
Birth: about 1863 39Maitland, , New South Wales, Australia
Death: about 1863Maitland, , New South Wales, Australia
Father’s family with Sarah Ann DAVIES - View this family
father
step-mother
Marriage: about 1863Maitland, , New South Wales, Australia
3 years
half-brother
William Heath PIDDING
Birth: about 1865 41Maitland, , New South Wales, Australia
Death: about 1898Waterloo, , New South Wales, Australia
2 years
half-brother
Frederick Ord PIDDING
Birth: about 1866 42Maitland, , New South Wales, Australia
Death: about 1941Randwick, , New South Wales, Australia
3 years
half-brother
3 years
half-brother
Walter Burgess PIDDING
Birth: about 1870 46Maitland, , New South Wales, Australia
Death: about 1875Maitland, , New South Wales, Australia
4 years
half-sister
Ida Eveline Maud PIDDING
Birth: about 1873 49Maitland, , New South Wales, Australia
Death: about 1874West Maitland, , New South Wales, Australia
5 years
half-brother
5 years
half-brother
Cecil Raymond PIDDING
Birth: about 1881 57Maitland, , New South Wales, Australia
Death: about 1927Redfern, , New South Wales, Australia
4 years
half-brother

BirthBirths registered in New South Wales.
Citation details: V18521963 56/1852 PIDDING HENRY A GEORGE MIRIAM