1831

An alphabetical list of known burials at St. John’s Cemetery, Parramatta in the year 1831. Transcribed by Michaela Ann Cameron.

  • Robert Able, Parramatta, 15 June 1831, age 10, Soldier’s Child
  • Joseph Bennett, Parramatta, 3 July 1831, 8 days old, Free Dealer
  • William Bennett, Parramatta, 14 August 1831, age 72, Late Superintendent of the Lunatic Asylum at Castle Hill
  • James Brindley Bettington, Prospect, 4 November 1831, 5 months and 11 days old, Gentleman’s Child
  • John Booth, Parramatta, 15 November 1831, age 72, Free, Hospital
  • Humphrey Bowdler, Parramatta, 19 February 1831, age 28, Convict per Almorah [incorrect in register, should read “per Glory (1818)]”], Free, Butcher
  • Ann Bowen, Parramatta, 21 August 1831, age 3, Orphan
  • William Burgin, Parramatta, 17 July 1831, age 20, Free publican
  • Mary Burns, Parramatta, 30 June 1831, 6 months old, Convict’s Child died at the Female Factory, mother also named Mary Burns was transported per Sovereign (2) (1829)
  • William Burns, Parramatta, 6 June 1831, 6 months old, Convict’s Child died at the Female Factory
  • William Burrows, Parramatta, 24 August 1831, 9 months old, Child’s father a Private in the 62 Foot of the Line
  • James Burton, Parramatta, 19 March 1831, age 31, Constable
  • Judith Butler, Parramatta, 30 November 1831, age 31, Convict per Hooghley (3) (1831), died at the Female Factory
  • Sarah Butts, Parramatta, 3 August 1831, age 41, per Jane, Free soap boiler
  • John Byrnes, Parramatta, 23 May 1831, 10 months old, Father was a free Blacksmith
  • Maria Byrne, Parramatta, 20 May 1831, 3 months old, Convict’s Child, died at the Female Factory
  • Mary Canoran, Parramatta, 27 October 1831, age 60, Ticket of Leave Convict, Hospital
  • James Carr, (also known as James Kerr), Pennant Hills, 29 November 1831, age 35, Convict per Morley (2) (1818), Ticket of leave, [labourer at Parramatta] by Coroner’s warrant
  • William Clarke, Pennant Hills, 7 December 1831, 1 month old, Child’s father was a free sawyer
  • Alice Clayton (alias Ellen Clayton), Parramatta, 17 September 1831, age 30, Convict per Kains (1831), Hospital
  • Thomas Dorley, (also known as Robert Dorley or Durley), Parramatta, 2 November 1831, age 24, Convict per Florentia (2) (1830), Hospital, OB
  • Patrick Doyle, Parramatta, 17 July 1831, age 35, Private 57th Regiment of Foot, Coroner’s Warrant
  • Elizabeth Ann Edwards, Parramatta, 2 February 1831, 7 weeks old, Convict carpenter’s child
  • Charles Frazier, Parramatta, 25 December 1831, age 45, Free Botanist Government
  • Samuel Gibson, Parramatta, 2 July 1831, age 79, Fortune, Free veteran pensioner
  • Thomas Gleason, Parramatta, 8 September 1831, 5 months old,Convict’s child, died at the Female Factory, Mother transported per Asia [not verified]
  • Ann Gregg, Parramatta, 21 February 1831, 21 months old, Convict’s child, died at the Female Factory. Mother, also named Ann Gregg, was transported per Lucy Davidson (1829)
  • John Goodwin, Parramatta, 15 May 1831, age 30, Convict attached to H[annibal] Macarthur Esq.
  • Denton Joseph Grose, Parramatta, 10 December 1831, 7 weeks old, Free merchant’s child
  • Frederick Harley, Parramatta, 14 July 1831, 3 and 1/2 months old, Convict’s child died at the Female Factory
  • Charles Harris, Parramatta, 1 May 1831, 19 years 11 months old, Farmer
  • Mary Hennett, Parramatta, 19 October 1831, age 5, Orphan
  • Jane Inglis, (aka Jean Inglis), Parramatta, 10 November 1831, age 34, Convict per Princess Charlotte (2) (1827) Hospital
  • John Jackson, Parramatta, 24 March 1831, 2 months old, Convict’s child, died at the Female Factory. Mother per Grenada (4) (1827). Three women on board that ship with that surname, so his mother was either Ann Jackson, Margaret Jackson, or Susannah Jackson.
  • Thomas Jarvis, Parramatta, 14 September 1831, age 80, [emancipated convict] per Marquis of Wellington (1815), Free, Hospital
  • John Jepson, Parramatta, 2 May 1831, age 24, Private 57th Regiment of Foot
  • Ann Jinks, Parramatta, 19 June 1831, age 12, Orphan School
  • Mary Ann Jones, Parramatta, 28 June 1831, 6 weeks old, Convict’s child died at the Female Factory
  • Margaret Kearns, Parramatta, 24 March 1831, age 33, Convict per Edward (1) (1829), Hospital, IC
  • Rose Kearns, Parramatta, 24 November 1831, age 35, Convict per Edward (1) (1829), Hospital, IC
  • Northmore Laurence Lethbridge, Parramatta, 9 February 1831, 6 months old, Gentleman’s Child
  • Catherine Leigh, Parramatta, 18 May 1831, age 50, Wesleyan Missionary’s Wife
  • William Frederick Lethbridge, Prospect, 7 December 1831, 6 months old, Free Gentleman’s Child
  • Jane Maunders, (née Jane Jones), Parramatta, 31 January 1831, age 30, Convict per Grenada (3) (1825), Blacksmith’s wife [wife of Edward Maunders, married 1830], OB
  • James McDonald, Parramatta, 21 November 1831, age 49, Free boatman
  • Margaret McDonald, Parramatta, 24 June 1831, age 8, Convict’s child died at the Female Factory
  • Catherine McGinnis (Catherine McGuiness), Parramatta, 14 September 1831, age 28, Convict per Edward (1) (1829), Hospital. IC
  • William Meehan, Parramatta, 23 December 1831, age 2 years and 5 months, Convict’s child died at the Female Factory. Child of Mary Meehan, Irish convict transported per Hooghly (3) (1831) IC
  • Elizabeth Mosley (also Elizabeth Moseley), Parramatta, Toongabbie, 7 May 1831, age 72, Indefatigable [ship doesn’t appear to be correct, could be Elizabeth Moseley transported with Third Fleet per Mary Ann (1791)], Free farmer
  • Ellen Naughton, (recorded as Ellen Socton), Parramatta, 30 November 1831, age 31, Convict per Lady Rowena (1826), died at the Female Factory
  • Catherine O’Brien, Parramatta, 8 December 1831, age 32, Convict per Hooghley (3) (1831), Hospital. IC
  • Richard Partridge, Parramatta, 23 May 1831, age 72, emancipated First Fleet convict per Scarborough (1788), Free Settler
  • Matthew Pierce, Seven Hills, 31 December 1831, age 69, per Surprize, Free Farmer
  • Mary Prouten, Parramatta, 16 May 1831, age 30, Convict per Sovereign (2) (1829), assigned to Charles York, Hospital. OB
  • Mary Reynolds, Parramatta, 10 June 1831, age 32, Free Publican’s Wife
  • Sarah Ridley, Parramatta, 7 May 1831, age 30, Convict per Roslin Castle (2) (1830), Hospital
  • Henry Rogers, Parramatta, 6 July 1831, age 83, Free shoemaker
  • Cornelius Rourke, (or Rooke) also known as Connor Rourke, Parramatta, 17 August 1831, age 54, Irish convict transported per Francis and Eliza (1815), Convict labourer, Coroner’s Warrant IC
  • John Ryan, Parramatta, 16 August 1831, 7 months old, Convict’s child died at the Female Factory Mother per Edward (1) (1829), Mother could have been one of four women with the surname Ryan on that ship.
  • Esther Stawell Sealy, Parramatta, 29 April 1831, 3 months old, Child’s father was Captain Sampson Stawell Sealy; Mother was Jane Stawell Sealy
  • Mary Shepherd, Parramatta, 5 November 1831, age 62, Free, Hospital
  • Frederick Smith, Baulkham Hills, 26 March 1831, 10 days old, Child’s father was a free farmer
  • Mary Ann Smith, Parramatta, 12 October 1831, 6 months old, Convict’s child died at the Female Factory. Mother transported Earl of Liverpool (1831). [There were six women with that surname on the ship].
  • William Sully, [also William Sulley], Parramatta, 19 March 1831, age 74, [emancipated convict] per Surprize (1) (1790), Free settler
  • William Towers, Parramatta, 6 June 1831, 7 months old, Convict’s child died at the Female Factory
  • George Turner, Parramatta, 24 October 1831, 10 months old, Wesleyan Missionary’s Child
  • Ann Wall, Prospect, 31 March 1831, age 45, Colonel’s wife
  • Robert Waterworth, Field of Mars, 9 July 1831, age 41, [emancipated Convict] per Agamemnon (1820), Constable murdered
  • Biddy Welsh, Parramatta, 19 November 1831, age 45, Convict, Hospital. [If Bridget Walsh, possibly Bridget Walsh who was transported per Alexander II (1816) with a recorded age of 57] IC
  • Sophia Wheeler (née Sophia Sheppard), Parramatta, 16 August 1831, age 27, Convict per Competitor (2) (1828), John Wheeler’s (alias Hitchens) wife. (Sophia had been in the first class of the Female Factory according to St. John’s marriage banns published on 8 November 1828. Her husband John Wheeler (per Hercules (1825)) had his ticket of leave).
  • William Wicks, Parramatta, 13 February 1831, age 41, [emancipated Convict] per Fortune (2) (1813), Dealer
  • Thomas Williams, Parramatta, 8 October 1831, age 72, Free shoemaker
  • Thomas Williamson, Parramatta, 11 January 1831, 10 months old, Private’s Child, 17th Regiment
  • Ellen Wilson, Parramatta, 28 September 1831, age 30, Convict, [probably the Irish convict transported per Elizabeth II (1828)], Hospital. IC
  • Mary Ann Woods, Parramatta, 20 September 1831, 13 months old, Convict’s child died at the Female Factory. Mother Anne Woods transported per Palambam (1831) IC
  • John Wyatt, Prospect, 18 March 1831, age 94,  [emancipated convict] per Baring [ship may be incorrect], Free, Farmer