1830

An alphabetical list of known burials at St. John’s Cemetery, Parramatta in the year 1830. Transcribed by Michaela Ann Cameron

  • Acber, Parramatta, 21 June 1830, age 27, ship not known, A Mahomaton from India [no one officiated the ceremony]
  • Ann Balfour, Parramatta, 15 June 1830, age 32, Convict per Harmony (1) (1827), died at the Female Factory CC
  • Mary Banks, Parramatta, 22 November 1830, age 42, per Atlas [I suspect this ship is incorrect], Free, Hospital
  • Robert Batman, Parramatta, 13 March 1830, 12 days old, Free Settler’s Child
  • Mary Bishop, Parramatta, 10 April 1830, age 41, Convict per Princess Royal (2) (1829), died at the Female Factory
  • Thomas Brown, Parramatta, 25 December 1830, [no ship recorded] Convict assigned to William Wentworth Esq.
  • Mary Bucher, Parramatta, 13 April 1830, age 74, Free Constable’s Wife
  • Ann Byrne, (possibly should read Ann Boney) Parramatta, 9 February 1830, age 40, Convict per Asia I (5) (1830), died at the Female Factory
  • James Chapman, Parramatta, 17 February 1830, 7 months old, Free Soldier’s Child
  • Jane Clements, Parramatta, 13 February 1830, 8 weeks old, Free Constable’s Child
  • Ellen Coffee, (alias Eleanor Coffey) Parramatta, 29 November 1830, age 31, Convict per Brothers (2) 91827), Hospital, IC
  • Sophia Coleman, Parramatta, 18 May 1830, age 46, Convict per Harmony (1) (1827), died at the Female Factory, OB
  • John Daly (alias John Delay), Parramatta, 6 May 1830, age 25, Convict per Hooghly I (1825), Convict attached to 35 Road Party, Hospital. IC
  • Alice Day, Parramatta, 1 June 1830, 9 months old, Convict’s Child died at the Female Factory
  • Sarah Duinan or Sarah Johnson / Johnston, Parramatta, 27 March 1830, Elizabeth II (1828)died at the Female Factory
  • Joseph Ellison (or Elliston), Parramatta, 18 August 1830, age 72,Convict per Coromandel II (1820), a Ticket of Leave man, Hospital
  • Margaret Fahey, Parramatta, 23 March 1830, age 51, Convict per City of Edinburgh I (1832), died at the Female Factory
  • Mary Farrell, Parramatta, 12 December 1830, age 21, Convict per Edward (1) (1829), Hospital, IC
  • Maria Fitzpatrick, Parramatta, 24 April 1830, 3 months old, Convict‘s child died at the Female Factory
  • Thomas Frew, Parramatta, 9 January 1830, age 24, Convict per Hooghly I (1825), Convict attached to Barracks
  • Thomas Fuller, Parramatta, 29 December 1830, age 35, Overseer to H[annibal] Macarthur Esq
  • John Green, Parramatta, 27 December 1830, age 38, [emancipated convict] per Baring (1) (1815), Free brickmaker
  • Elizabeth Hampton (alias Elizabeth Delaney), Parramatta, 7 June 1830, age 31, Convict per Edward (1) (1829), died at the Female Factory IC
  • James Hardwick / Hardwicke, Parramatta, 19 February 1830, age 68, Convict transported per Baring (2) (1819), attached to the Barracks, OB
  • William Harrison, Parramatta, 3 January 1830, 5 months old, died at the Female Factory. [His convict mother was most likely Charlotte Harrison transported per Harmony I (1827)]
  • Ann Herbert, Parramatta, 22 December 1830, age 22, Corporal’s Wife, 17th Regiment
  • Mary Ann H[oorne] [illegible surname], Parramatta, 15 July 1830, 3 months old, Convict’s child, died at the Female Factory
  • Richard Hudson, Parramatta, 6 May 1830, age 31, Countess of Harcourt (2) (1822), Free, Hospital, IC
  • Hugh Hughes, Parramatta, 3 January 1830, age 66, Free, Wheelwright
  • Lucy Hunt, Parramatta, 25 December 1830, 2 months old, Free, [Father’s occupation] currier and leather cutter.
  • Jeremiah Hurley, Parramatta, 15 March 1830, age 50, Convict per Eliza II (1) (1827), attached to Longbottom [Farm]
  • Isabella Kerr, (alias Isabella Gray, wife of William Gray), Parramatta, 25 January 1830, age 37,  Convict transported per Louisa (1827) died at the Female Factory
  • Sarah Lawson, Prospect, 14 July 1830, age 48, Magistrate’s wife
  • John Macnamara, Parramatta, 25 June 1830, age 28, Convict per Brampton (1823), a bushranger, shot. IC
  • Ellen Mahony, Parramatta, 22 May 1830, ship not known, Free by Coroner’s warrant
  • Sarah Martin, Parramatta, 1 April 1830, age 30, Orphan
  • Henry Matthews, Parramatta, 6 December 1830, 1 month old, Convict’s child died at the Female Factory
  • James McCormick, Parramatta, 25 January 1830, age 53, Convict per Prince Regent, attached to No. 32 Road party, Hospital. [possibly “John McCormick” per Prince Regent II (1) (1821)]
  • Patrick McMahon, Parramatta, 19 March 1830, age 58, Free Labourer Hospital
  • William Morrissey, Parramatta, 16 January 1830, 4 months old, Convict’s Child, mother per Elizabeth, possibly Mary Morrissey per Elizabeth II (1828)
  • John Murphy, Parramatta, 28 January 1830, age 24, Convict per Albion (2) (1827) attached to the no. 35 Road Gang, Hospital
  • Martha Myers, Prospect, 27 July 1830, 10 days old, Settler’s Child
  • Ann Nance, Parramatta, 28 April 1830, 5 months old, Convict’s Child died at the Female Factory.
  • Jane Parker, Parramatta, 6 February 1830, 2 months old, Convict’s Child died at the Female Factory. Mother was probably Mary Parker per Grenada IV (1827) [twin sister of Mary Ann Parker potentially]
  • Mary Ann Parker, Parramatta, 12 August 1830, 9 months old, Convict’s Child, died at the Female Factory [Mother was probably Mary Parker per Grenada IV (1827) twin sister of Jane Parker potentially]
  • Mary Ponton, Parramatta, 23 March 1830, age 40, Convict per Northampton (1815), Weaver’s Wife
  • William Raples, Prospect, 6 March 1830, age 37, Convict per England, assigned to Thomas Smith of Prospect. [possibly was actually the convict William Roffey, per England (1) (1826)
  • Mary Reynolds, Parramatta, 25 May 1830, 23 days old, Convict’s child, died at the Female Factory
  • Mary Rice (alias Mary Waring), Parramatta, 25 June 1830, age 43, Convict per Sovereign (2) (1829), died at the Female Factory, OB
  • Ann Riley, Ruby’s [Farm?] Liverpool, [wife of the late Edward Riley], 14 May 1830, age 36, Free Settler, Tr, Tr, Tr
  • Mary Scott, Parramatta, 24 April 1830, age 29, Convict per Princess Charlotte (2) (1827), Orphan School, OB
  • William Smith, Prospect, 13 January 1830, age 80, Free Farmer
  • Ann Sweeney, Parramatta, 12 August 1830, 2 months old, Convict’s child, died at the Female Factory.
  • Richard Thorp, Parramatta, 21 July 1830, ship not known, by Coroner’s warrant
  • Mary Ann Timms, Parramatta, 5 June 1830, age 8, Orphan
  • William Watkins, Parramatta, 1 May 1830, age 62, Free Stone Cutter
  • Elizabeth Webber, Parramatta, 15 June 1830, 6 months and 10 days old, Convict’s child, died at the Female Factory. [Mother was convict Mary Webber per Grenada (4) (1827)]
  • Mary Ann Westwood, Parramatta, 28 June 1830, 3 months old, Convict’s child, died at the Female Factory. Mother was also called Mary Westwood and was a convict transported per Grenada (4) (1827)
  • John Wicks, Parramatta, 18 January 1830, age 41, Convict per Royal George I (1828), assigned to Mr. Fernall [illegible], Hospital
  • John Williams, Parramatta, 5 May 1830, 1 month old, Free Labourer’s Child
  • James Wright, Parramatta, 17 February 1830, age 47, Free publican