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HOSKING Martin married Ann ROWE 1826

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Groom: Martin HOSKING
Age: Not recorded.
Status: Bachelor.
Residence: Rosecadghill, Cornwall.

Bride: Ann ROWE
Age: Not recorded.
Status: Spinster.
Residence: Penzance, Cornwall, England.

Date married: 14 October 1826.
Place: Madron, Cornwall.

Witness 1: Richard HOSKING.
Witness 2: Mary OATS.

Martin and Ann arrived in Victoria, Australia, on the Sussex in January 1866.
Martin's age recorded as 64 years. Ann's age recorded as 63 years.
None of their children came out with them.

Martin died 1875 in Victoria.
Age: 75 years.
Place of death not recorded.
Parents named as Richard and Jane HOSKING.
Birth place given as Cornwall.

Ann died 1882 in Ballarat East, Victoria.
Age: 80 years.
Parents named as James ROWE and Mary unknown.
Note. I expect Ann's mother was Mary OATS. (Witness 2)

I have only located three children in the baptism records for Martin and Ann.
Another child, also named Martin, was located in the Victorian death records.
Martin came out to Australia on the Lincolnshire in February 1863,
aged 21 years.


Baptised: 07 August 1827, Madron, Cornwall.
Died: 1905 Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.
Age: 77 years.


Richard HOSKING.
Baptised: 13 December 1829, Madron, Cornwall.
Died: -


William HOSKING.
Baptised: 11 January 1835, Madron, Cornwall.
Died: 1890 Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.
Age: 56 years.


Born: Circa 1842 Cornwall. (Birth/Baptism not located)
Died: 1893 Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.
Age: 51 years.

Married: Sarah RICHARDS.
Year: 1866.
Place: Victoria, Australia.

See post: HOSKING Martin married Sarah RICHARDS 1866

Cornwall OPC Database.
Immigration to Victoria 1852-1879.
Registry of Deaths and Marriages, Victoria, Australia.

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