1832*

An alphabetical list of known burials at St. John’s Cemetery, Parramatta in the year 1832. Transcribed by Michaela Ann Cameron. [*Work in progress]

  • John Andrews, Parramatta, 27 April 1832, age 55, Free publican, by Coroner’s Warrant
  • William Andrews, Parramatta, 16 February 1832, 5 months old, Free Child died at the Female Factory. Parents were Female Factory convict Hannah (also recorded as Mary) Andrews and Joseph Andrews. BP
  • Hannah Barnet, Parramatta, 23 February 1832, 4 months old, Convict’s Child died at the Female Factory. Mother was likely convict Susan Smith (also known as Barnett) per Grenada (4) (1827), who was convicted at the OB. Susan was incarcerated in the Female Factory at the time of Hannah’s death.
  • Michael Bolds, Parramatta, 15 February 1832, age 2, Convict’s Child died at the Female Factory. Mother was a convict Mary Bolds per Edward (1) (1829). IC
  • Elizabeth Jane Bourke, Abode: Government House, Parramatta, 10 May 1832, age 56, wife of H[is] E[xcellency] the Governor.
  • Mary Brien, Parramatta, 26 January 1832, 9 months old, Convict’s Child died at the Female Factory. Mother was also named Mary Brien (aka Forrest O’Brien) and was an Irish convict per City of Edinburgh I (1828)
  • William Brogan, Parramatta, 23 March 1832, age 32, Private 1st Royals by Coroner’s warrant
  • Mary Buckley, Parramatta, 22 March 1832, age 3, Convict’s Child died at the Female Factory. Mother was Elizabeth Buckley per Asia I (5) (1830). IC
  • John Butler, Parramatta, 24 February 1832, 1 year and 3 months old, Orphan died at the Female Factory. Mother was probably Judith Butler who died at the Female Factory in November 1831.
  • Catherine Byrnes, (also Catherine Burns) Parramatta, 13 April 1832, age 26, Convict per Palambam (1831), Hospital. IC
  • Mary Campbell, Prospect, 25 March 1832, age 34, Free Sergeant 48 Regiment [presumably this occupational information is about her husband]
  • Mary Cavilion, Parramatta, 3 June 1832, age 62, Convict per Broxbournebury (1814), Free Settler
  • Happy Chilvers [recorded as Happy Chilvis], Parramatta, 1 March 1832, age 7, Orphan. Mother was Mary Chilvers [emancipated convict per Broxbornebury (1814)] Source
  • James Connell, Parramatta, 12 June 1832, 20 weeks old, Convict’s Child died at the Female Factory.
  • Margaret Conner, Parramatta, 14 June 1832, age 30, Convict per Forth II (1830), assigned servant to William Lackey
  • Ambrose Death, Parramatta, 20 April 1832, age 69, Convict per Shipley (1) (1817), Ticket of Leave, Hospital. (Note: there was both an Ambrose Death the elder and an Ambrose Death the younger transported on the Shipley I (1817). This was likely “the elder.”)
  • Charles Dixon, Parramatta, 10 June 1832, 45 days old, Convict’s Child died at the Female Factory. Mother was Ann Dixon per Grenada (4) (1827) OB
  • Thomas Driscall, Parramatta, 10 February 1832, 3 months old, Convict’s Child died at the Female Factory
  • James Duncan, Parramatta, 31 March 1832, 8 months old, Convict’s Child died at the Female Factory. Mother was convict Mary Duncan per Forth II (1830). IC
  • Sarah Ellison, Parramatta, 28 February 1832, age 45, Free publican’s wife
  • Elizabeth Flood, Parramatta, 26 June 1832, age 2, Convict’s Child died at the Female Factory. Mother was one of two convict women with the surname “Flood” on board Palambam (1831) IC
  • Thomas Clifford Forster, Parramatta, 10 April 1832, 10 months old, Father Free Doctor and Magistrate
  • James D. Foster, Parramatta, 5 February 1832, Convict, [Gaol?], Coroner’s Warrant
  • Charles Fox, Parramatta, 3 June 1832, age 32, Convict per Atlas, Husbandman [possibly used an alias Robert Fox, as there was a convict by that name on Atlas III (1816)]
  • Eleanor Gilbert, Prospect, 15 April 1832, 5 months old, Free Carpenter’s Child
  • Elizabeth Gooch, Parramatta, 1 January 1832, age 37, Free Bricklayer’s Wife. [Mother of William James Gooch who also died and was buried at St. John’s just a few months after Elizabeth].
  • William James Gooch, Parramatta, 11 April 1832, 5 months old, Free Bricklayer’s Son. [Child of Elizabeth Gooch who predeceased him by a few months and was buried at St. John’s].
  • William Green, Parramatta, 2 February 1832, 5 months old, Publican’s Child
  • William Hanson, Parramatta, 23 March 1832, ship not known, by Coroner’s Warrant
  • John Herbert, Parramatta, 4 April 1832, age 72, Free Shopkeeper. [Emancipated First Fleet convict]
  • Jane Howlett, Parramatta, 18 March 1832, 7 months old, Father’s occupation, free tinman. Twin sister of Martha Howlett buried the same day.
  • Martha Howlett, Parramatta, 18 March 1832, 7 months old, Father’s occupation, free tinman. Twin sister of Jane Howlett buried the same day.
  • Mary Hussey, (also recorded as Hassey and Haffey) Parramatta, 19 January 1832, age 30, Convict per Brothers (2) (1827), Hospital. IC
  • John Jones, Parramatta, 31 May 1832, age 10, Free Butcher’s Son
  • Peyton Thomas Jones, Parramatta, 25 January 1832, 11 months old, Free Publican’s Child
  • Paul Kelly, Parramatta, 14 January 1832, age 23, Convict per Bussorah Merchant (3) (1831), assigned to William Smith
  • Robert L. Lethbridge, Prospect, 1 March 1832, age 9, Gentleman’s son. [Probably the brother of Norman Laurence Lethbridge who was buried at St. John’s in 1831].
  • Sarah Levy, Parramatta, 8 May 1832, 9 months old, Free Dealer’s Child
  • William Lewis, Newington, 8 January 1832, Convict per Eleanor (1831), accidentally burned to death in the stable at John Blaxland’s property at Newington, by Coroner’s Warrant Tr
  • Nathaniel Lovell, Parramatta, 11 May 1832, 13 months old,Convict’s Child died at the Female Factory. Mother was Romani Convict Sapy Lovell transported per Louisa (1827)
  • Catherine Maguire, (Catherine McGuire), Parramatta, 20 June 1832, age 24, Convict per Hooghley (3) (1831), Convict Hospital attached to Female Factory. (Died at the Female FactoryIC
  • Andrew de la Maziere, Parramatta, 2 April 1832, 13 months and 5 days old, Free Merchant’s Child. [Child of David and Mary Maziere. All are buried together in a marked grave]
  • Bridget McCarthy, Parramatta, 5 February 1832, 13 months old, Convict’s Child died at the Female Factory. Mother most likely Irish convict Johanna McCarthy per Hooghley (3) (1831).
  • Catherine McGorman, Parramatta, 18 February 1832, 3 months old, Convict’s Child died at the Female Factory. Mother was convict Rose McGorman per Asia I (5) (1830) who predeceased Catherine by a couple of weeks.
  • Rose McGorman, Parramatta, 31 January 1832, age 35, Convict per Asia I (5) (1830) died at the Female Factory. IC
  • Elizabeth Moore, D__[illegible] Hill, 18 June 1832, age 42, [emancipated] Convict per Maria, Free Settler
  • John Moses, (also known as John Moss) Newington, 8 January 1832, Convict per Katherine Stewart Forbes (1) (1830) [incorrect in record; should be Princess Royal (1) (1823)], accidentally burned to death in the stable at John Blaxland’s property at Newington, by Coroner’s Warrant Tr
  • Elizabeth Niblett [alias Betty Coleby], Parramatta, 11 March 1832, age 35, Convict per Sovereign (2) (1829), Baker’s wife. Husband was William Niblett, per Mangles (1) (1820)
  • Joseph Parrott, Newington, 8 January 1832, Convict per Katherine Stewart Forbes (1) (1830), accidentally burned to death in the stable at John Blaxland’s property at Newington, by Coroner’s Warrant Tr
  • Marcella Perks (nee Marcella Neville), Parramatta, 25 April 1832, age 54, Convict per Francis & Eliza (1815), Settler’s Wife. IC
  • Sophia Rusten, Parramatta, 27 May 1832, age 52, Free Blacksmith’s Wife
  • Mary Ryan, Parramatta, 20 March 1832, 10 months old, Convict’s Child died at the Female Factory. [Mother possibly Ellen Ryan per Asia I (5) (1830). IC
  • Rosannah Saunders, Parramatta, 16 May 1832, 7 days old, Convict’s Child died at the Female Factory. Mother was convict Mary Saunders, alias Ellen Saunders, per Palambam (1831) who was admitted to the first class of the Female Factory 14 September 1831 while pregnant with Rosannah. IC]
  • James Sheldon [or James Shelden] Parramatta, 7 April 1832, age 33, Convict per Hebe (1820) attached to Barracks, Hospital.
  • Anne Smith [alias Ellen Smith, or Champaign], Parramatta, 16 February 1832, age 36, Convict per Forth II (1830), died at the Female FactoryIC
  • Sarah Smith, Parramatta, 22 January 1832, age 44, Convict per Grenada (4) (1827), Hospital.
  • John Stone, Parramatta, 17 May 1832, age 19, Convict per Claudine (2) (1829), convict attached to 24 Road party.
  • Margaret Stroud, Parramatta, 15 January 1832, Convict per Harmony (1) (1827), died at the Female Factory, by Coroner’s Warrant
  • John Taylor, Newington, 8 January 1832, Convict per Camden (1)(1831) accidentally burned to death in the stable at John Blaxland’s property at Newington, by Coroner’s Warrant Tr
  • Timothy Titum, Parramatta, 27 April 1832, age 2, Orphan
  • Amy White, Parramatta, 13 January 1832, age 4, Orphan
  • Jane White, Parramatta, 5 June 1832, age 62, [emancipated] Convict per Northampton (1815) Free Settler
  • Ann Wilby, Parramatta, 21 January 1832, 2 months old, Convict’s Child died at the Female Factory. Mother was Matilda Wilby, an Irish convict transported per Forth II (1830)
  • Catherine Willoby, Parramatta, 5 February 1832, 11 weeks old, Convict’s Child died at the Female Factory