Sarah Cocker

F, #56617, b. 26 April 1848, d. 1 July 1932
FatherConvict John Cocker b. Sep 1812
MotherSarah Elizabeth Briggs b. 1828
     Her married name was Bennett. Sarah Cocker Sarah Cocker
Sarah Cocker was born on 26 Apr 1848 in Campbell Town Tasmania anddied on 1 Jul 1932 in Barrington Tasmania at age 84. Sarah marriedThomas Bennett on 27 Feb 1873 in Home of John Cocker Barrington.Marriage status: married. Thomas was born about 1837 and died on 21Jul 1918 in Barrington Tasmania aged about 81. They had sevenchildren: John Osborne, Mary Ann Olive, Lillian Sarah Elizabeth,Hedley Ted Mansley, Edwin Leslie, Frances Elsie May and Laura Amy May.
She was born on 26 April 1848 at Campbelltown, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. She was the daughter of Convict John Cocker and Sarah Elizabeth Briggs. Sarah Cocker married Thomas Bennett on 27 February 1873 at In Home of John Cocker, Barrington, Tasmania, Australia. Sarah Cocker died on 1 July 1932 at Tasmania, Australia, at age 84.

Family

Thomas Bennett b. 1837, d. 21 Jul 1918
Last Edited5 Apr 2011

Thomas Bennett

M, #56618, b. 1837, d. 21 July 1918
     Thomas Bennett was born in 1837. He married Sarah Cocker, daughter of Convict John Cocker and Sarah Elizabeth Briggs, on 27 February 1873 at In Home of John Cocker, Barrington, Tasmania, Australia. Thomas Bennett died on 21 July 1918 at Tasmania, Australia.

Family

Sarah Cocker b. 26 Apr 1848, d. 1 Jul 1932
Last Edited5 Apr 2011

Joseph Cocker

M, #56619, b. 13 November 1851, d. 19 July 1937
FatherConvict John Cocker b. Sep 1812
MotherSarah Elizabeth Briggs b. 1828
     Joseph Cocker Joseph Cocker
Joseph Cocker was born on 13 Nov 1851 in Hadspen Tasmania and died on19 Jul 1937 in Hospital Launceston at age 85. Joseph married EmmaAgnes Jones on 23 Oct 1876 in Church Of Christ Longford. Marriagestatus: married. Emma was born about 1852 in Gatehouse Perth and diedon 7 Sep 1921 in Springfield aged about 69. They had nine children:Emma Louisa, Joseph George, Margaret Ethel May, Frederick James,Alfred Ernest, Albert Edward, Percy Douglas, Florence Matilda andArthur Tasman James.
He was born on 13 November 1851 at Hadspen, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. He was the son of Convict John Cocker and Sarah Elizabeth Briggs. Joseph Cocker married Emma Agnes Jones on 23 October 1876 at Christ Church, Wellington Street, Longford, Tasmania, Australia. Joseph Cocker died on 19 July 1937 at The Launceston General Hospital, Charles Street, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia, at age 85.

Family

Emma Agnes Jones b. 1852, d. 7 Sep 1921
Last Edited5 Apr 2011

Emma Agnes Jones

F, #56620, b. 1852, d. 7 September 1921
     Her married name was Cocker. Emma Agnes Jones was born in 1852 at Gatehouse Gatehouse, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. She married Joseph Cocker, son of Convict John Cocker and Sarah Elizabeth Briggs, on 23 October 1876 at Christ Church, Wellington Street, Longford, Tasmania, Australia. Emma Agnes Jones died on 7 September 1921 at Springfield, Tasmania, Australia.

Family

Joseph Cocker b. 13 Nov 1851, d. 19 Jul 1937
Last Edited5 Apr 2011

Louisa Cocker

F, #56621, b. 8 November 1853
FatherConvict John Cocker b. Sep 1812
MotherSarah Elizabeth Briggs b. 1828
     Her married name was Rutter. Louisa Cocker Louisa Cocker
Louisa Cocker was born on 8 Nov 1853. Louisa married Thomas Rutter on11 Apr 1872 in Wesleyan Parsonage District Of Port Sorell [Latrobe].Marriage status: married. They had 11 children: Alice Sarah, ThomasSamuel, Alfred John, Arthur Wesley, Walter Leonard, Herbert William,Ada Adeline, Ernest James, Louise Amy May, Louis Royal and JosephCharles.
She was born on 8 November 1853. She was the daughter of Convict John Cocker and Sarah Elizabeth Briggs.
Last Edited5 Apr 2011

George Samuel Cocker

M, #56623, b. 1 July 1860, d. 25 April 1890
FatherConvict John Cocker b. Sep 1812
MotherSarah Elizabeth Briggs b. 1828
     George Samuel Cocker George Samuel Cocker
George Samuel Cocker was born on 1 Jul 1860 and died on 25 Apr 1890 atage 29. George married Annie Martha Richards on 30 Nov 1887. Marriagestatus: married. Annie was born about 1869. They had one daughter:Fanny Ada Antenetta.
He was born on 1 July 1860. He was the son of Convict John Cocker and Sarah Elizabeth Briggs. George Samuel Cocker married Annie Martha Richards on 30 April 1887. George Samuel Cocker died on 25 April 1890 at age 29.

Family

Annie Martha Richards b. 1869
Last Edited5 Apr 2011

Annie Martha Richards

F, #56624, b. 1869
     Her married name was Cocker. Annie Martha Richards was born in 1869. She married George Samuel Cocker, son of Convict John Cocker and Sarah Elizabeth Briggs, on 30 April 1887.

Family

George Samuel Cocker b. 1 Jul 1860, d. 25 Apr 1890
Last Edited5 Apr 2011

Jane Evangeline Cocker

F, #56625, b. 27 October 1870, d. 14 March 1898
FatherConvict John Cocker b. Sep 1812
MotherSarah Elizabeth Briggs b. 1828
     Her married name was Day. Jane Evangeline Cocker Jane Evangeline Cocker was born on 27 Oct 1870 in Westbury, Tasmaniaand died on 14 Mar 1898 at age 27. Jane married George Morse Day on26 Jun 1892 in Home Of John Cocker Brother Of Bride At Barrington.Marriage status: married. George was born on 30 Apr 1859 and died on24 Dec 1939 at age 80. They had three children: Albert George, HenryBenjamin and Mildred Alice.

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She was born on 27 October 1870 at Tasmania, Australia. She was the daughter of Convict John Cocker and Sarah Elizabeth Briggs. Jane Evangeline Cocker married George Morse Day on 26 June 1892 at In Home of John Cocker, Barrington, Tasmania, Australia. Jane Evangeline Cocker died on 14 March 1898 at age 27.

Family

George Morse Day b. 30 Apr 1859, d. 24 Dec 1939
Last Edited5 Apr 2011

George Morse Day

M, #56626, b. 30 April 1859, d. 24 December 1939
     George Morse Day was born on 30 April 1859. He married Jane Evangeline Cocker, daughter of Convict John Cocker and Sarah Elizabeth Briggs, on 26 June 1892 at In Home of John Cocker, Barrington, Tasmania, Australia. George Morse Day died on 24 December 1939 at age 80 Mr George Day, an old and much respected pioneer of the Kentishdistrict, died at his residence, Kentish on Sunday morning. Born atDeloraine 80 years ago, the late Mr Day when a lad came to Kentishwith his parents Mr & Mrs Henry Day. With the exception of a shortperiod, in the employ of Captain W. Jones of Burnie, he had resided inKentish ever since. Mr Day was a large landowner. In addition to landat Kentish, he selected at Staverton and Lorinna, and by energy &perseverance, converted virgin forest into cultivated fields. He wasinterested in mining & prospecting. He took no great interest inpublic affairs but was always ready to assist a worthy cause. He was aprominent draughts player, being a leading member of the Kentish Club.Mr Day was twice married & leaves a widow Mary [nee Carey whom hemarried in 1929] and daughter, Mrs Jake Collins (Ulverstone) two sonspredeceased him. They were Albert who died in the Great War andBenjamin who died recently at Ulverstone.

In the family of six of the late Mr & Mrs Henry Day, the death of MrGeorge Day is the first in 60 years, the other five surviving membersbeing Messers Leslie Day (Sydney), Charles & Henry Day (Kentish), MrsRobert Duff (Kentish) and Mrs Robert Braid (Staverton)

The funeral took place on Monday, when a large and representativecortege assembled at the Sheffield cemetery. The chief mourners wereHenry and Charles Day (brothers) and Messers R Duff and R Braid(brothers in law) The carriers were six nephews Messers J Duff, CBraid, M Day, H Braid, C Duff and J Mawley. The pall bearers wereMessers A Charleston, A Moore, R Braid, R Duff, A Hope, and W Braid.

Funeral services were conducted at the residence & graveside by Rev.Belot assisted by K Dyer.'

Family

Jane Evangeline Cocker b. 27 Oct 1870, d. 14 Mar 1898
Last Edited5 Apr 2011

Convict Isaac Briggs

M, #56627, b. 1789, d. 1852
     Convict Isaac Briggs Isaac Briggs, second son of Joseph Briggs and Grace Firth, was born in Elland and christened on 25 Oct 1789 in Ripponden, Yorkshire. He married Alice Dean on 27 Oct 1821 in Halifax. He was born in 1789. He was christened on 25 October 1789 at Ripponden, Yorkshire, England. He married Alice Dean on 27 October 1821 at Yorkshire, England. Convict Isaac Briggs arrived in 1829 at on the convict transport ship 'Lady Harewood' in Van Diemen's Land, Australia. He was Isaac was a wool sorter/comber in England, probably in one of the Halifax mills. He was given a life sentence in Yorkshire for counterfeit and forgery and arrived in Van Diemen’s Land on the 'Lady Harewood' in 1829.
Isaac was literate and was at one stage assigned to the Female Factory in Hobart, possibly involved with some sort of secretarial work oreven writing letters on behalf of the inmates, most of whom were illiterate. He later worked as a fellmonger with his brother Benjamin at Black Brush near Brighton and died there in 1852. The coronia linquest suggests that he was probably an alcoholic. in 1829 at Yorkshire, England. He died in 1852 at Brighton, Van Diemen's Land, Australia.

Family

Alice Dean d. 1839
Marriage*He married Alice Dean on 27 October 1821 at Yorkshire, England
Children
Last Edited26 Nov 2012

Alice Dean

F, #56628, d. 1839
     Alice Dean Alice Dean, was a straw bonnet maker. Alice and her remaining livingdaughter, Sarah, departed England for Sydney in 1838 to join herconvict husband in Van Diemen’s Land. The journey from Sydney toHobart on the 'Medway' took an extraordinary 5 weeks- there wereextremely bad storms and Master Wight had to take measures to protectthe passengers, one of whom was a VIP- Lady Jane Franklin, wife ofGovernor Franklin. Alice died during the journey, somewhere off NorthEastern Tasmania.

This event, and her interactions, with Sarah are recorded in Lady JaneFranklin’s journals.

Thursday 1st August
Snachall told me when bringing my breakfast, that the poor daft womanMrs Briggs had died about an hour before - It was only at dinneryesterday that I heard she was seriously ill, though some jokes hadbeen afloat for a day or two previously as to Mr Grant giving herMollison's pills, some times whole, sometimes pounded, sometimes in apowder by way of variety - I thought I would go and see her eitherafter dinner or next morning, but left it till morning - her complaintappears to have been inflammation of the bowels and she said all thru'her indisposition that she should die - at 12 o'clock I heard the belltoll, and took it to be a mark of decent respect to her memory, butpresently Mr Elliot knocked at my door and asked if I would be presentat the funeral. I made what haste I could to go on deck, where Captainand sailors and the women assembled and Mr Braim read the servicewhich he did very well -

Mrs Briggs had a little girl on board 11 or 12 years old she was saidto have behaved very ill to her mother and to have shown not the leastfeeling at her death - the child was present, was observed to watchvery attentively and to be affected at the disappearance of her motherin the waves - I sent for the child after dinner in my cabin and foundher very interesting and as I thought clever, expressing herself interms and in a manner beyond her years.

She did not express any sorrow at her mother's' death, but could havewished she had been buried on the land, she said -I mentioned at teathe favourable impression she had produced on me and then found thatall the gentlemen partly Wright, Grant, Braim and Elliot agreed inthinking her very bad child and Captain who was never mistaken - hesaid in anyone's countenance thought she had one of the worst he hadever met

Tuesday 6th/3 weeks
- had sick headache - read some of W. Scott - heard from Mr E. we hadgot 120 to 150 m. - E. but were not above 15 or 20 m. to N. of CapePillar - both he and Captain M. said if had got on 6 line in advancebefore wind changed should have got round Cape Pillar - At night thewind fall and we rolled more in the calm than before - having heardthat Sarah had put on her other frock and the pinafore she had madeherself and was very anxious to know if I should send for her (whichwas owing no doubt to Mt. Braim and M. Stanley having talked to her, Isent for her while in bed. She looked very tidy, with her hairbrushed back behind her ears - read to her made her read &c seeaccount of her -

Tuesday 13th
This day month left Sydney - at dinner, wind more to S. and someindication of approaching change, much knocked - had Sarah in evening,alluded to her ill conduct without mentioning particular in referringto nurse Mrs Stanley's baby child seemed sulky and on my asking herwhether she could answer me any questions as to yesterdays chaptersaid no - upon which I dismissed her, apply to her great satisfaction.

They eventually arrived in Hobart, passing Adventure Bay, BrunyIsland, on 19 August. Lady Franklin arranged for Sarah to beadmitted to the Orphan School and called in a few days later. Herjournal continued:

24 August 1839 page 167
l enquired for Sarah Briggs who arrived in the school yesterday andhas been scrubbed & washed & clothed afresh, operations which MrsGazard assured me were highly necessary. I sent for Sarah who seemedpleased to see me, but flung herself round a little when I gave hersome good advice.
Her married name was Briggs. She married Convict Isaac Briggs on 27 October 1821 at Yorkshire, England. Alice Dean died in 1839 Alice, died between Sydney and Hobart Town in 1839.

Family

Convict Isaac Briggs b. 1789, d. 1852
Children
Last Edited26 Nov 2012

Convict Allen Airey

M, #56631
     Convict Allen Airey was on 4 December 1846Preston General Sessions, Lancaster, Lancashire, England of stealing knives, combs & a book and sentenced to 7 years Transportation.1 He was Transported on 23 March 1850 on the convict transport ship 'Blenheim' from England to Australia.

He was one of 294 convicts transported on the Blenheim, 23 March 1850.1 He arrived 24 July 1850 in Australia from England on the convict transport ship 'Blenheim'.

Family

Child
Last Edited4 Oct 2014

Citations

  1. [S288] Australian Joint Copying Project.

John Bird1,2

M, #56633, b. 1825
     John Bird was born in 1825 at Essex, England. He arrived 14 October 1855 on the ship 'Conway' in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

SHIPPING RECORD - Arrival in Australia 14 October 1855 Name of ship Conway Port of Arrival Hobart Town Family also on board Baby Abraham 3 months, and wife, Mary Anne age 29 yrs. Free Arrivals- Hobart From Essex England. Family Sponsor (Bisbee) Spring Hill cb7/12/6 p8 cb7/17/2 John Bird age 30yrs came to Australia in 1855 and he later was employed by a Mr Bisbee of Spring Hill in the Tasmanian Midlands. He married a Mary Anne Hows and there were four sons and two daughters born to them. John Bird`s two eldest sons married two sisters, they being George Guest`s granddaughters. George Henry Bird, born 7.7.1858 married Isabella Mary Guest-and Nathanial, born 2.4.1860 married Fanny Louisa Guest in 1890. Persons who are related to either of these two families are almost certain to be eligible for first fleeter certificates.

Gregory Gardiner. He married Mary Anne Hows in 1858 at Tasmania, Australia.1

Family

Mary Anne Hows b. 1826
Children
Last Edited25 Sep 2011

Citations

  1. [S308] Unknown record type, unknown organisation, unknown date "unknown cd."
  2. [S205] Archives Office of Tasmania Colonial Family Links online database, online unknown url, 35946.

Mary Anne Hows1,2

F, #56634, b. 1826
     Her married name was Bird. Mary Anne Hows was born in 1826. She arrived 14 October 1855 Tasmania, Australia
SHIPPING RECORD - Arrival in Australia 14 October 1855 Name of ship Conway Port of Arrival Hobart Town Family also on board Baby Abraham 3 months, and wife, Mary Anne age 29 yrs. Free Arrivals- Hobart From Essex England. Family Sponsor (Bisbee) Spring Hill cb7/12/6 p8 cb7/17/2 John Bird age 30yrs came to Australia in 1855 and he later was employed by a Mr Bisbee of Spring Hill in the Tasmanian Midlands. She married a John Bird and there were four sons and two daughters born to them. John Bird`s two eldest sons married two sisters, they being George Guest`s granddaughters. George Henry Bird, born 7.7.1858 married Isabella Mary Guest-and Nathanial, born 2.4.1860 married Fanny Louisa Guest in 1890. Persons who are related to either of these two families are almost certain to be eligible for first fleeter certificates.

Gregory Gardiner. She married John Bird in 1858 at Tasmania, Australia.1

Family

John Bird b. 1825
Children
Last Edited23 May 2011

Citations

  1. [S308] Unknown record type, unknown organisation, unknown date "unknown cd."
  2. [S205] Archives Office of Tasmania Colonial Family Links online database, online unknown url, 174615.

Abraham Bird1

M, #56635, b. 1855
FatherJohn Bird b. 1825
MotherMary Anne Hows b. 1826
     Abraham Bird was born in 1855 on the ship 'Conway' on route from England to Australia. He was the son of John Bird and Mary Anne Hows. Abraham Bird arrived on the ship 'Conway' 14 October 1855 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

SHIPPING RECORD - Arrival in Australia 14 October 1855 Name of ship Conway Port of Arrival Hobart Town aged 3 months. Arrived with his parents Mary Anne Hows and JohnBird. Free Arrivals- Hobart From Essex England. Family Sponsor (Bisbee) Spring Hill cb7/12/6 p8 cb7/17/2 John Bird age 30yrs came to Australia in 1855 and he later was employed by a Mr Bisbee of Spring Hill in the Tasmanian Midlands.
Gregory Gardiner.
Last Edited27 May 2011

Citations

  1. [S308] Unknown record type, unknown organisation, unknown date "unknown cd."

George Henry Bird1,2

M, #56636, b. 7 July 1858, d. 30 September 1934
FatherJohn Bird b. 1825
MotherMary Anne Hows b. 1826
     George Henry Bird was born on 7 July 1858 at Spring Hill, Tasmania, Australia. He was the son of John Bird and Mary Anne Hows. George Henry Bird married Isobella Mary Guest on 12 November 1897. George Henry Bird died on 30 September 1934 at Hobart General Hospital, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, at age 76.

Family

Isobella Mary Guest b. 8 May 1872, d. 11 Jun 1944
Children
Last Edited2 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S308] Unknown record type, unknown organisation, unknown date "unknown cd."
  2. [S205] Archives Office of Tasmania Colonial Family Links online database, online unknown url, 23322.

Isobella Mary Guest1,2

F, #56637, b. 8 May 1872, d. 11 June 1944
     Her married name was Bird. Isobella Mary Guest was born on 8 May 1872. She married George Henry Bird, son of John Bird and Mary Anne Hows, on 12 November 1897. Isobella Mary Guest died on 11 June 1944 at age 72.

Family

George Henry Bird b. 7 Jul 1858, d. 30 Sep 1934
Children
Last Edited2 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S308] Unknown record type, unknown organisation, unknown date "unknown cd."
  2. [S205] Archives Office of Tasmania Colonial Family Links online database, online unknown url, 142905.

Nathaniel Bird1

M, #56638, b. 1860
FatherJohn Bird b. 1825
MotherMary Anne Hows b. 1826
     Nathaniel Bird was born in 1860 at Tasmania, Australia. He was the son of John Bird and Mary Anne Hows. Nathaniel Bird married Fanny Louisa Guest in 1890 at Tasmania, Australia.2
Last Edited2 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S205] Archives Office of Tasmania Colonial Family Links online database, online unknown url, 23325.
  2. [S205] Archives Office of Tasmania Colonial Family Links online database, online unknown url, 121018.

Fanny Louisa Guest1

F, #56639, b. 1867
     Her married name was Bird. Fanny Louisa Guest was born in 1867. She married Nathaniel Bird, son of John Bird and Mary Anne Hows, in 1890 at Tasmania, Australia.2
Last Edited2 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S205] Archives Office of Tasmania Colonial Family Links online database, online unknown url, 152572.
  2. [S205] Archives Office of Tasmania Colonial Family Links online database, online unknown url, 121018.

Louisa Ann Bird1

F, #56640, b. 1864
FatherJohn Bird b. 1825
MotherMary Anne Hows b. 1826
     Louisa Ann Bird was born in 1864 at Tasmania, Australia. She was the daughter of John Bird and Mary Anne Hows.
Last Edited2 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S205] Archives Office of Tasmania Colonial Family Links online database, online unknown url, 23324.

William John Bird1

M, #56641, b. 1866
FatherJohn Bird b. 1825
MotherMary Anne Hows b. 1826
     William John Bird married Sarah Coombes at Unknown. William John Bird was born in 1866 at Green Ponds, Tasmania, Australia. He was the son of John Bird and Mary Anne Hows.

Family

Sarah Coombes b. 1875
Children
Last Edited2 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S205] Archives Office of Tasmania Colonial Family Links online database, online unknown url, 23327.

Sarah Coombes1

F, #56642, b. 1875
     Sarah Coombes married William John Bird, son of John Bird and Mary Anne Hows, at Unknown. Sarah Coombes was born in 1875.

Family

William John Bird b. 1866
Children
Last Edited2 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S205] Archives Office of Tasmania Colonial Family Links online database, online unknown url, 85908.

Sarah Ann Fanny Bird1

F, #56643, b. 1870
FatherJohn Bird b. 1825
MotherMary Anne Hows b. 1826
     Sarah Ann Fanny Bird was born in 1870 at Tasmania, Australia. She was the daughter of John Bird and Mary Anne Hows.
Last Edited2 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S205] Archives Office of Tasmania Colonial Family Links online database, online unknown url, 23323.

James Thomas Bird

M, #56644, b. 23 April 1863
FatherJohn Bird b. 1825
MotherMary Anne Hows b. 1826
     James Thomas Bird was born on 23 April 1863 at Tasmania, Australia. He was the son of John Bird and Mary Anne Hows. James Thomas Bird married Maria Louise Meredith, daughter of Charles Thomas Meredith and Alicia Sproule, in 1888 at Tasmania, Australia.1

Family

Maria Louise Meredith b. 26 May 1870, d. 25 Dec 1929
Children
Last Edited22 Jun 2012

Citations

  1. [S205] Archives Office of Tasmania Colonial Family Links online database, online unknown url, 23326.

Charles George Bird1

M, #56646, b. 17 March 1901, d. 8 October 1966
FatherGeorge Henry Bird b. 7 Jul 1858, d. 30 Sep 1934
MotherIsobella Mary Guest b. 8 May 1872, d. 11 Jun 1944
     Charles George Bird was born on 17 March 1901. He was the son of George Henry Bird and Isobella Mary Guest. Charles George Bird married Olive Loyla Hill on 13 December 1932. Charles George Bird died on 8 October 1966 at age 65.

Family

Olive Loyla Hill b. 30 Jul 1910, d. 1 Nov 1965
Last Edited2 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S308] Unknown record type, unknown organisation, unknown date "unknown cd."

Olive Loyla Hill1

F, #56647, b. 30 July 1910, d. 1 November 1965
     Her married name was Bird. Olive Loyla Hill was born on 30 July 1910 at Tasmania, Australia. She married Charles George Bird, son of George Henry Bird and Isobella Mary Guest, on 13 December 1932. Olive Loyla Hill died on 1 November 1965 at Tasmania, Australia, at age 55.

Family

Charles George Bird b. 17 Mar 1901, d. 8 Oct 1966
Last Edited2 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S308] Unknown record type, unknown organisation, unknown date "unknown cd."

Charles Arthur Henry Bird1

M, #56648, b. 25 May 1904, d. 13 November 1944
FatherGeorge Henry Bird b. 7 Jul 1858, d. 30 Sep 1934
MotherIsobella Mary Guest b. 8 May 1872, d. 11 Jun 1944
     Charles Arthur Henry Bird was born on 25 May 1904 at Tasmania, Australia. He was the son of George Henry Bird and Isobella Mary Guest. Charles Arthur Henry Bird married Venetta Hazel May circa 1932 at Tasmania, Australia. Charles Arthur Henry Bird died on 13 November 1944 at Tasmania, Australia, at age 40.

Family

Venetta Hazel May b. 1910
Last Edited24 Jan 2015

Citations

  1. [S308] Unknown record type, unknown organisation, unknown date "unknown cd."

William Arthur Bird1

M, #56649, b. 1907, d. 13 November 1944
FatherGeorge Henry Bird b. 7 Jul 1858, d. 30 Sep 1934
MotherIsobella Mary Guest b. 8 May 1872, d. 11 Jun 1944
     William Arthur Bird was born in 1907. He was the son of George Henry Bird and Isobella Mary Guest. William Arthur Bird died on 13 November 1944.
Last Edited2 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S308] Unknown record type, unknown organisation, unknown date "unknown cd."

Charles Nathaniel Bird1

M, #56650, b. 1891
FatherNathaniel Bird b. 1860
MotherFanny Louisa Guest b. 1867
     Charles Nathaniel Bird was born in 1891. He was the son of Nathaniel Bird and Fanny Louisa Guest.
Last Edited2 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S205] Archives Office of Tasmania Colonial Family Links online database, online unknown url, 23260.

Isabel Dinah Bird1

F, #56651, b. 1893
FatherNathaniel Bird b. 1860
MotherFanny Louisa Guest b. 1867
     Isabel Dinah Bird was born in 1893. She was the daughter of Nathaniel Bird and Fanny Louisa Guest.
Last Edited2 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S205] Archives Office of Tasmania Colonial Family Links online database, online unknown url, 23262.