BLOOD George and Mary HOPKINS arrived in Australia 1857
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George BLOOD arrived in Victoria, Australia on the Guy Mannering in November 1857 with his wife Mary HOPKINS and four children.
Their names and ages as recorded on the passenger list.
George, aged 30 years.
Mary, aged 28 years.
Emma, aged 7 years.
Johanna, aged 5 years.
Rachael, aged 4 years.
Fanny aged, 1 year.
Another daughter, Georgina, was born on the voyage out to Australia, and another three births have been located in the Victorian records.
Mary died 1865 aged 40 years. Birth place given as Derbyshire.
Parents named as Thomas HOPKINS and Mary HUNT.
This is how I have put their family together from the records.
Born: circa 1850 Dirbyshire, England.
Died: 1927 Box Hill, Victoria, aged 77 years.
Married: Henry Hawkins HATFIELD.
See Post: Henry HATFIELD married Emma BLOOD 1871.
Born: circa 1852 Dirbyshire, England.
Born: circa 1851 Dirbyshire, England.
Died: 1871 not recorded, Victoria, aged 18 years.
Born: circa 1856 Dirbyshire, England.
Married: Francis FRANKCOM.
See Post: Francis FRANKCOM married Fanny BLOOD 1880.
Born: 1858 at sea on voyage to Australia.
Died: 1858 not recorded, Victoria, aged 8 weeks.
Sarah Ann BLOOD.
Born: 1859 Nunawadding, Victoria.
Died: 1944 Mount Albert, Victoria, aged 85 years.
Married: James GALLOWAY.
See Post: James GALLOWAY married Sarah BLOOD 1879.
Born: 1861 Nunawadding, Victoria.
Died: 1926 Box Hill, Victoria, aged 65 years.
Married: Mary COOK.
See Post: George BLOOD married Mary COOK 1884.
Born: 1863 Nunawadding, Victoria.
Died: 1865 not recorded, Victoria, aged 2 years.
Immigration to Victoria 1852-1879.
Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Victoria.
on 2010-10-09 08:43:21
TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
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Due to spelling and informant errors appearing in the records, typo errors and my misreading of the records mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected.