Mary Amelia Proverbs1

F, b. 1871
Last Edited9 Mar 2009
     Mary Amelia Proverbs was also known as Mary Amelia Nibbs Mary Amelia Bailey Proverbs. She was born in 1871 at Deloraine, Tasmania, Australia.

Citations

  1. [S205] Website: Archives Office of Tasmania.

Cecil Prudence

M, b. between 1877 and 1906, d. between 1933 and 1990
Last Edited9 Mar 2009
     Cecil Prudence was born between 1877 and 1906. He married Florence Margaret Griffin, daughter of Daniel Stuart Griffin and Eliza Hannah Butler, between 1910 and 1940. Cecil Prudence died between 1933 and 1990.

Family

Florence Margaret Griffin b. 1896, d. 1952

Convict Hannah Pryke

F, b. 24 March 1822, d. 1 December 1895
FatherRobert Pryke d. 1887
MotherAnn Marie Clarke
ConvictY
ReferenceP-26294-Hc
Last Edited22 Feb 2015
     Convict Hannah Pryke was also known as Hannah Connelly. Her married name was Brace.1 Her married name was Lee. She was born on 24 March 1822 at Suffolk, England.2 She was Stay Maker in 1837 at England. She was convicted on 15 July 1837 at Lincoln Assizes, Linconshire, England,
Wife of James Lee, also a convict, arrived on the 'Atwick’ in January 1838. She had been tried at the Lincoln Assizes on 15th July, 1837 and was transported for seven years for stealing money. She was convicted of stealing 4 x 5 Pound notes, 10 sovereigns, a four penny piece and a canvas purse from the person of Thomas Trafford of Hatten, Innkeeper, at Homcastle. She was tried with Joseph BRACE and Daniel Green, who were both acquitted, and was described as being unable to read or write. She was aged 21, was married, and her native place is given as Ipswich, Suffolk. Her occupation was Stay maker.
Her Marriage Certificate notes her name as Hannah BRACE and it is not known if this was her maiden name or her married name as both names were used on her children's birth certificates, though the Marriage Certificate notes her as a spinster. Shewas transported on 20 September 1837 on the convict transport ship 'Atwick' from England to Australia. She arrived January 1838 in Australia from England on the convict transport ship 'Atwick'. She married Joseph Brace before 1843. Convict Hannah Pryke was Artist after 1843. She married Convict Charles James Lee on 26 June 1843 at Church of St George, Hobart, Van Diemen's Land, Australia; Witnesses: Henry and Mary Owen.2 Convict Hannah Pryke lived on 30 June 1871 at 5 South Street, Battery Point, Tasmania, Australia. She died on 1 December 1895 at 6 South Street, Battery Point, Tasmania, Australia, at age 73. She was buried on 3 December 1898 at Cornelian Bay Cemetery, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.

Family 1

Joseph Brace b. c 1833

Family 2

Convict Charles James Lee b. 1816, d. 14 Nov 1865
Children

Citations

  1. [S27] Public Record Office (PRO) 1901 British Census "Database online."
  2. [S205] Website: Archives Office of Tasmania.

Robert Pryke

M, d. 1887
ReferenceP-26295-R
Last Edited26 Jul 2010
     Robert Pryke married Ann Marie Clarke on 27 April 1829 at Haughley, Suffolk, England. Robert Pryke died in 1887 at Stow, Suffolk, England.

Family

Ann Marie Clarke
Children

John Charles James Pugh

M, b. between 1848 and 1877, d. between 1902 and 1962
Last Edited9 Mar 2009
     John Charles James Pugh was born between 1848 and 1877. He married an unknown person between 1872 and 1919. He died between 1902 and 1962.

Family

Child

Reginald Pugh

M, b. 1899, d. 1980
FatherJohn Charles James Pugh b. bt 1848 - 1877, d. bt 1902 - 1962
Last Edited9 Mar 2009
     Reginald Pugh Reginald was an Income Tax Inspector for the British Gov't. He was born in 1899. He married Violet Blanche Griffin, daughter of Daniel Stuart Griffin and Eliza Hannah Butler, on 2 August 1925 at Leyton, West Ham, London, England. Reginald Pugh died in 1980.

Family

Violet Blanche Griffin b. 11 Aug 1900, d. 22 Feb 1987