James Bonney

M, #4161, b. 9 November 1871
FatherChristopher Bonney b. 8 Aug 1827, d. 3 Feb 1908
MotherSophia Dawson b. 1832, d. 9 Sep 1893
     James Bonney was born on 9 November 1871. He was born on 9 November 1871 at Fingal, Tasmania, Australia. He was the son of Christopher Bonney and Sophia Dawson.
Last Edited9 Mar 2009

James Bonney

M, #4162, b. 2 May 1808, d. 20 July 1882
FatherConvict Joseph Bonney b. 10 Jul 1776, d. 17 Feb 1827
MotherFrances Atkins b. 1780, d. 14 Dec 1840
     James Bonney arrived an unknown date in Hobart, Van Diemen's Land, Australia on the ship 'Duke of Wellington'. He was born on 2 May 1808 at St Gregory, Sudbury, Suffolk, England.1 He was the son of Convict Joseph Bonney and Frances Atkins. James Bonney Arrived at Hobart, Van Deimens Land on 'Duke of Wellington', 20.2.1818. He was with his mother and three brothers.
23 August 1824 along with brother Thomas sought land grants. He would be just 14 and the time although it states 'younger going on eighteen'.
He got 60 acres for the grant at a place called South Esk. How much of it was used is not certain since much of it was washed away by floods. Thomas seems to have gotten some and also bought 500 at Tea TreeBrush. They mostly worked the latter as stated in a further application when James was granted a further 400 acres 8 June1831. on 20 February 1818. He married Harriet Reeve on 1 October 1832 at Hobart, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. James Bonney was proprietor of Cove Inn on 21 December 1832 at Herdsman Cove, Gagebrook, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. He died on 20 July 1882 at 'Woodhall', Perth, Tasmania, Australia, at age 74.

Family

Harriet Reeve b. 1810, d. bt 1850 - 1910
Marriage*He married Harriet Reeve on 1 October 1832 at Hobart, Van Diemen's Land, Australia
Children
Last Edited16 Sep 2011

Citations

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

James Edward Bonney

M, #4163, b. 20 March 1854, d. 25 April 1874
FatherJames Edward Bonney b. 7 Jul 1828, d. 12 Apr 1890
MotherMaria Bramich b. 14 Oct 1831, d. 19 Mar 1878
     James Edward Bonney was born on 20 March 1854 at Westbury, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. He was the son of James Edward Bonney and Maria Bramich. James Edward Bonney died on 25 April 1874 at Port Sorell, Tasmania, Australia, at age 20.
Last Edited14 Oct 2012

James Edmund Bonney

M, #4164, b. 1837, d. 1926
FatherJames Bonney b. 2 May 1808, d. 20 Jul 1882
MotherHarriet Reeve b. 1810, d. bt 1850 - 1910
     James Edmund Bonney was born in 1837 at Van Diemen's Land, Australia. He was the son of James Bonney and Harriet Reeve. James Edmund Bonney married Mary Anne Noake on 8 July 1862 at Longwood, Victoria, Australia. James Edmund Bonney died in 1926 at Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia.

Family

Mary Anne Noake b. 1842
Children
Last Edited8 Sep 2014

James Joseph Bonney1

M, #4165, b. 10 August 1887, d. after 10 August 1887
FatherWilliam Henry Bonney b. 9 Mar 1857, d. 23 Jul 1935
MotherAlice Amelia Bennett b. 1859, d. 18 Sep 1928
     James Joseph Bonney was born on 10 August 1887 at Deloraine, Tasmania, Australia. He died after 10 August 1887 at Port Sorell, Tasmania, Australia. He was the son of William Henry Bonney and Alice Amelia Bennett.
Last Edited9 Mar 2009

Citations

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

Jane Bonney

F, #4166, b. 25 July 1837, d. between 1838 and 1931
FatherThomas Bonney b. 26 Dec 1780
MotherLucinda Money b. bt 1778 - 1804, d. bt 1839 - 1893
     Jane Bonney was born on 25 July 1837. She was the daughter of Thomas Bonney and Lucinda Money. Jane Bonney died between 1838 and 1931.
Last Edited9 Mar 2009

Janet Maud Bonney

F, #4167, b. 8 July 1910, d. 1993
FatherGeorge Atkins Bonney b. 17 Apr 1870, d. 6 May 1951
MotherAlice May Bilson b. bt 1865 - 1887, d. 1952
     Janet Maud Bonney was born on 8 July 1910 at Irishtown, Tasmania, Australia. She was the daughter of George Atkins Bonney and Alice May Bilson. Janet Maud Bonney died in 1993.
Last Edited20 Oct 2010

Jessie Bonney

F, #4168, b. 1841, d. 1916
FatherHenry Atkins Bonney b. 8 Jul 1797, d. 19 Aug 1854
MotherAnne Lowe b. 6 Mar 1806, d. 18 May 1858
     Jessie Bonney was also known as Jessie Kimberley. She was born in 1841 at Westbury, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. She was the daughter of Henry Atkins Bonney and Anne Lowe. Jessie Bonney died in 1916.
Last Edited18 Sep 2012

John Bonney

M, #4169, b. 1787, d. 1 October 1838
FatherJohn Bonney b. 10 Dec 1766, d. 1790
MotherSusannah Smith b. 1766, d. bt 1794 - 1860
     John Bonney was born in 1787 at England. He was the son of John Bonney and Susannah Smith. John Bonney married Martha King in 1809. John Bonney died on 1 October 1838 at Cape Girardeau, Missouri, USA.

Family

Martha King b. bt 1761 - 1790, d. bt 1814 - 1881
Child
Last Edited30 Jan 2011

John Bonney

M, #4170, b. 9 March 1718, d. 20 December 1789
FatherChristopher Bonney b. 17 Mar 1692, d. 1730
MotherHannah Lea b. 1680, d. 1730
ChartsJudy's Ancestor Chart (#1)
Judy's Ancestor Chart (#2)
     John Bonney married Elizabeth Butcher at England. John Bonney was born on 9 March 1718 at Suffolk, England. He was the son of Christopher Bonney and Hannah Lea. John Bonney died on 20 December 1789 at England at age 71.

Family

Elizabeth Butcher b. 1728, d. 20 Dec 1789
Children
Last Edited30 Jan 2011

John Bonney

M, #4171, b. 1 July 1741, d. 1790
FatherJohn Bonney b. 9 Mar 1718, d. 20 Dec 1789
MotherElizabeth Butcher b. 1728, d. 20 Dec 1789
ChartsJudy's Ancestor Chart (#1)
Judy's Ancestor Chart (#2)
     John Bonney was born on 1 July 1741 at England. He was the son of John Bonney and Elizabeth Butcher. John Bonney married Hannah Clarke on 2 October 1765 at Sudbury, Suffolk, England; Marriage presumed to have been at St. Gregory, Sudbury. John Bonney died in 1790 at England.

Family

Hannah Clarke b. 1740, d. 10 Apr 1780
Children
Last Edited30 Jan 2011

John Bonney

M, #4172, b. 10 December 1766, d. 1790
FatherJohn Bonney b. 1 Jul 1741, d. 1790
MotherHannah Clarke b. 1740, d. 10 Apr 1780
     John Bonney was born on 10 December 1766 at Sudbury, Suffolk, England. He was the son of John Bonney and Hannah Clarke. John Bonney married Susannah Smith on 25 December 1788. John Bonney died in 1790 Not certain whether he died in 1790 or it is a record that he was a 'Freeman.'

Family

Susannah Smith b. 1766, d. bt 1794 - 1860
Child
Last Edited17 Mar 2009

John Bonney

M, #4173, b. 1801, d. between 1843 and 1892
FatherJohn Bonney b. 1787, d. 1 Oct 1838
MotherMartha King b. bt 1761 - 1790, d. bt 1814 - 1881
     John Bonney was born in 1801. He was the son of John Bonney and Martha King. John Bonney married Jemima Green on 25 December 1827 at St. Peter's, Sudbury, Suffolk, England; Jemima a widow from St. Peters parish and John from St. Gregory.
1827 - John Bonney of St. Gregory's, bachelor, and Jemima Green of this parish, widow, married by banns. Witnesses: James Wheeler, John Tolladay. John Bonney died between 1843 and 1892.

Family

Jemima Green b. 1796
Children
Last Edited11 May 2009

John Bonney

M, #4174, b. 28 October 1832
FatherJohn Bonney b. 1801, d. bt 1843 - 1892
MotherJemima Green b. 1796
     John Bonney was born on 28 October 1832 at Sudbury, Suffolk, England. He was the son of John Bonney and Jemima Green. John Bonney married Sophia Green, daughter of William Greene, on 25 August 1856 at St. Leonard's Church, Shoreditch, London, England. John Bonney married Amelia Nash in 1881 at Guildford, Surrey, England.

Family 1

Sophia Green b. 1834, d. bt 1864 - 1928
Children

Family 2

Amelia Nash b. c 1860
Last Edited18 Jul 2014

John Bonney

M, #4175, b. 28 January 1861, d. 6 October 1899
FatherJohn Bonney b. 28 Oct 1832
MotherSophia Green b. 1834, d. bt 1864 - 1928
     John Bonney After the death of his wife death he moved to Lowestoft and ran a private boarding house latter known as 'Knights' Lodge' -private residential home for the elderly. Located at 39 Kirkley Cliff, South Lowestoft. at 'Knights' Lodge', 39 Kirkley Cliff, Lowestoft, Suffolk, England. He According to family - was connected with the Masonic Lodge and at one time Master in London. During this time was friendly with Edward VII when he was Prince of Wales, hunted with hounds together. He was born on 28 January 1861 at Peel Cottage, Bethnal Green, Borough of Tower Hamlets, London, England. He was the son of John Bonney and Sophia Green. John Bonney married Reebah Masterson, daughter of William Masterson and Louisa Jewell, on 2 November 1885 at Kirkley, Suffolk, England; Witness: Anna Masterson 7 Hollington Esplanade Kirkley, Suffolk
William Masterson - Brother. John Bonney died on 6 October 1899 at Brentford, London, England, at age 38.

Family

Reebah Masterson b. 6 Aug 1862
Children
Last Edited30 Jan 2011

John Bonney

M, #4176, b. 1549, d. 1606
FatherWilliam Bonney b. 1525, d. 1575
MotherMrs William (?) b. c 1525
     John Bonney married Margaret (?) John Bonney was born in 1549 at St Peters, Holton, Suffolk, England. He was the son of William Bonney and Mrs William (?) John Bonney died in 1606 at England.

Family

Margaret (?) b. 1550, d. 1590
Children
Last Edited22 Oct 2010

John Bonney

M, #4179, b. 1848, d. 7 August 1853
FatherChristopher Bonney b. 30 May 1810, d. 22 Jan 1873
MotherMary Cassidy b. c 1817, d. 21 Sep 1877
     John Bonney was born in 1848 at Van Diemen's Land, Australia. He was the son of Christopher Bonney and Mary Cassidy. John Bonney died on 7 August 1853 at Richmond, Tasmania, Australia, Reported in Hobart Town Courier 'John, the eldest son of Mr. C. Bonney'. Funeral was at the residence of Mr. H. Carsidy, his uncle and obviously brother of his mother.
Last Edited20 Oct 2009

John Bonney

M, #4180, b. 3 September 1629
FatherChristopher Bonney b. 1605, d. 1641
MotherAnne Haverland b. 1600, d. 1640
     John Bonney was born on 3 September 1629. He was the son of Christopher Bonney and Anne Haverland.
Last Edited9 Mar 2009

John Bonney

M, #4181, b. 1629
FatherWilliam Bonney b. 1635, d. 1685
MotherSarah Ellite b. 1635, d. 1685
     John Bonney was born in 1629 at Sudbury, Suffolk, England. He was the son of William Bonney and Sarah Ellite.
Last Edited9 Mar 2009

John (Jack) Bonney

M, #4182, b. circa 1889, d. between 1875 and 1963
FatherThomas Bonney b. 4 Nov 1834
MotherJanet Bartleman b. 1842, d. 25 Oct 1917
     John (Jack) Bonney married Anita Larsen between 1875 and 1921. John (Jack) Bonney died between 1875 and 1963. He was born circa 1889. He was the son of Thomas Bonney and Janet Bartleman.

Family

Anita Larsen b. bt 1854 - 1890, d. bt 1875 - 1970
Last Edited30 Jan 2011

John Atkins Bonney

M, #4183, b. 1799, d. 17 January 1875
FatherConvict Joseph Bonney b. 10 Jul 1776, d. 17 Feb 1827
MotherFrances Atkins b. 1780, d. 14 Dec 1840
     John Atkins Bonney was born in 1799 at Sudbury, Suffolk, England. He was the son of Convict Joseph Bonney and Frances Atkins. John Atkins Bonney married Frances Collins on 24 September 1820 at Sudbury, Suffolk, England. John Atkins Bonney arrived 3 February 1824 in Hobart, Van Diemen's Land, Australia, as a Steerage Passenger on the ship 'Aquilar'. He was Licensee of Bonney's Inn 1836-1848.

Bonney's Inn (circa 1830), the first brick building and legal hotel in Deloraine, was a coaching inn serving the early travellers in the north of Tasmania. It was built by John Bonney - the son of aconvict. Since then it has had many uses including being a Temperance Hotel, private residence, and flats. in 1836 at Bonney's Inn, Deloraine, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. He Owned land at Norfolk Plains. He was married twice.
Arrived in Hobart Tasmania on the 'Aquilar' on 3 Feb. 1824, as a Steerage Passenger.
Baptismal records of Elizabeth and James refer to him as John Bonny 'shoemaker'. in 1836. He married Caroline Bramich, daughter of Thomas Bramich and Maria Short, on 11 June 1874. John Atkins Bonney died on 17 January 1875 at 'Drumreagh', Deloraine, Tasmania, Australia, Died on his farm of cancer. He was buried circa 19 January 1875 at Deloraine General Cemetery, Deloraine, Tasmania, Australia.

Family 1

Frances Collins b. c 1799, d. 3 Jul 1872
Marriage*He married Frances Collins on 24 September 1820 at Sudbury, Suffolk, England
Children

Family 2

Caroline Bramich b. 3 May 1814, d. 1889
Marriage*John Atkins Bonney married Caroline Bramich, daughter of Thomas Bramich and Maria Short, on 11 June 1874. 
Last Edited20 Sep 2012

John Masterson Bonney

M, #4184, b. 26 January 1887, d. 3 October 1964
FatherJohn Bonney b. 28 Jan 1861, d. 6 Oct 1899
MotherReebah Masterson b. 6 Aug 1862
     John Masterson Bonney married Florence May Burroughs, daughter of James Edmund Burroughs and (?) Caroline. John Masterson Bonney was born on 26 January 1887 at London, England. He was the son of John Bonney and Reebah Masterson. John Masterson Bonney lived in 1901 at Kirkley, Suffolk, England.1 He married Alice Elizabeth Bessey on 1 July 1915 at North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. John Masterson Bonney died on 3 October 1964 at Surrey, England, at age 77.

Family 1

Florence May Burroughs b. 15 Mar 1890, d. 30 Dec 1977

Family 2

Alice Elizabeth Bessey b. c 1892
Last Edited21 Feb 2011

Citations

  1. [S27] Public Record Office (PRO) 1901 British Census "Database online."

Joseph Bonney

M, #4186, b. 1771, d. 1776
FatherJohn Bonney b. 1 Jul 1741, d. 1790
MotherHannah Clarke b. 1740, d. 10 Apr 1780
     Joseph Bonney was born in 1771 at Sudbury, Suffix, England. He was the son of John Bonney and Hannah Clarke. Joseph Bonney died in 1776 at Sudbury, Suffix, England.
Last Edited18 Jul 2014

Convict Joseph Bonney

M, #4187, b. 10 July 1776, d. 17 February 1827
FatherJohn Bonney b. 1 Jul 1741, d. 1790
MotherHannah Clarke b. 1740, d. 10 Apr 1780
ChartsJudy's Ancestor Chart (#1)
Judy's Ancestor Chart (#2)
     Convict Joseph Bonney was born on 10 July 1776 at St Gregory or Aldington, Sudbury, Suffolk, England. He was the son of John Bonney and Hannah Clarke. Convict Joseph Bonney married Frances Atkins on 27 October 1795 at Southwark, Surrey, England; This marriage source is the IGI, others suggest marriage was at Sudbury Suffolk which seems more logical.
One account says the marriage was an elopement much to the displeasure of the Atkins Family since she was only 16 yrs old. This would account for the place being Southwark instead of Sudbury.
While this marriage never seems to have been annulled, Joseph remarried in Australia two years before Francis appears on the scene on her own with some of the family. Convict Joseph Bonney was convict in 1812 at Suffolk, England,Joseph was apprehended entering a house in Sudbury in 1812 with intent to steal. He was tried in the assizes in Suffolk 23rd July, 1812 and sentenced to die by hanging which was subsequently commuted to transportation and sent to Australia. At that time he had at least 8 children.
[ 29th June 1812, charged with burglary in the warehouse of Joseph Herbert, his employer. He stole a roll of crepe (used in silk trade) value of 40 pds sterling. At 1 A.M. the same day he unlawfully entered Herbert's dwelling where he was caught and sentenced to death. Taken to Portsmouth after 10 months at Bury gaol and transported for a sentence of 7 years.]
See newspaper article 'East Anglian Times - Jan.27, 1988 p.17'
He died at Tea Tree Bush, Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania) and buried at St. Davids Cemetery, Hobart.
Transport ship records note his arrival in Australia on the 'General Hewitt', 7 Feb. 1814 at Sydney. By 27th June 1818 he is farming near Hobart in Tasmania where he has placed an ad in the Hobart Gazette newspaper warning against trespassers on his property from 'cutting down or carrying away, timber, or grazing cattle thereon.'
11th April, 1818 in the Hobart Town Gazette he was included in an article about business people of the area who had been robbed. 'Joseph Bonney, Shoemaker of Newtown, had a variety of goods stolen. Mr. Luttrell, Chief Constable of Newtown, stripped off a jacket and found some goods from above. Prisoner was a James Mahoney, a bad character.' Hewas transported in August 1813 on the convict transport ship 'General Hewitt' from Portsmouth, England to Van Diemen's Land, Australia. He arrived 7 February 1814 on the convict transport ship 'General Hewitt' in Port Jackson, New South Wales, Australia. He arrived circa 23 July 1814 on the ship 'Spring' in Hobart, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. He married Rose Sheridan on 21 March 1816 at St. David's Cathedral, 125 Macquarie Street, Hobart, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. Convict Joseph Bonney died on 17 February 1827 at Tea Tree, Van Diemen's Land, Australia, at age 50 as a result of fall from his horse while riding home furiously in a state of intoxication from Hobart Town - Inquest this day.
Another paper's account on the death written 16th Feb (date of death uncertain) states that when he fell he dislocated his neck and fractured his skull. Verdict of the inquest - Accidental death. He was buried circa 18 February 1827 at St. David's Park, Hobart, Van Diemen's Land, Australia, Joseph BONNEY
Born Sudbury Suffolk 1776
Died New Town VDL 1827
husband of Frances Atkins
and Rose
Beloved father of Henry
Elizabeth John Hannah
James Joseph Jnr Thomas
& Christopher Eleanor & Joseph.

Family 1

Frances Atkins b. 1780, d. 14 Dec 1840
Marriage*He married Frances Atkins on 27 October 1795 at Southwark, Surrey, England; This marriage source is the IGI, others suggest marriage was at Sudbury Suffolk which seems more logical.
One account says the marriage was an elopement much to the displeasure of the Atkins Family since she was only 16 yrs old. This would account for the place being Southwark instead of Sudbury.
While this marriage never seems to have been annulled, Joseph remarried in Australia two years before Francis appears on the scene on her own with some of the family. 
Children

Family 2

Rose Sheridan b. 1793, d. bt 1821 - 1887
Marriage*Convict Joseph Bonney married Rose Sheridan on 21 March 1816 at St. David's Cathedral, 125 Macquarie Street, Hobart, Van Diemen's Land, Australia
Children
Last Edited17 Jan 2018

Joseph Bonney

M, #4188, b. 19 August 1801, d. 11 April 1861
FatherConvict Joseph Bonney b. 10 Jul 1776, d. 17 Feb 1827
MotherFrances Atkins b. 1780, d. 14 Dec 1840
     Joseph Bonney was born on 19 August 1801 at Sudbury, Suffolk, England. He was the son of Convict Joseph Bonney and Frances Atkins. Joseph Bonney arrived at on the ship 'Friendship' in 1818 Joseph arrived in NSW with his mother, four brothers and one sister per 'Friendship' in 1818. He did not proceed to Hobart Town on the Duke of Wellington with the rest of the family but instead stayed on in Sydney. He appears to have been befriended on the Friendship voyage by a fellow passenger Thomas Walker the incoming Commissariat Deputy Commander for Port Dalrymple/Launceston. They sailed on the government brig 'Elizabeth Henrietta' arriving Port Dalrymple on 14 Oct 1818. He obtained a job in the government stores in Launceston and appears to have prospered. He became a successful land owner and was elected to the Legislative Council in 1855.
He arrived 22 July 1818 on the Brig 'Elizabeth Henrietta' in Hobart, Van Diemen's Land from Sydney, New South Wales.
Joseph arrived in NSW with his mother, four brothers and one sister per 'Friendship' in 1818. He did not proceed to Hobart Town on the Duke of Wellington with the rest of the family but instead stayed on in Sydney. He appears to have been befriended on the Friendship voyage by a fellow passenger Thomas Walker the incoming Commissariat Deputy Commander for Port Dalrymple/Launceston. He married Jessie Harvie on 26 May 1826 at St. John's Anglican Church, St John Street, Launceston, Van Diemen's Land, Australia, Marriage recorded in newspaper 2 Jun 1826. St. John's Church, with consent of guardian. Minister John Youl. Joseph Bonney circa 1828 Buffalo Brook, Van Diemen's Land, Australia; owned land at. He was appointed Poundkeeper on 13 April 1831 at Tamar, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. He lived in 1836 at 'Woodhall', Perth, Tasmania, Australia; Woodhall....A single Storey Georgian house built about 1836 on land granted to Joseph Bonney. The house has a fine setting in the landscape, being sited on a bank high above the South Esk River. Single storey brick Georgian house. Attics and dormers. Pebbledash. Two pane windows (replaced). Six panel door sidelights and fanlight. Some twelve pane windows at rear. Iron hip roof. Timber verandah to three sides - now enclosed. Simple iron hoop brackets. One storey brick kitchen wing now attached by timber additions. Rear brick walled courtyard. Fine setting overlooking South Esk River.
Midland Highway, 5km south-east of Perth. He in 1837 was granted 700 acres being 6 grants at Chichester Parish. Norfolk Plains, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. He was in May 1839 Co-owner with Elizabeth Richards of 1040 acres in Little Hampton, Westmorland at Longford, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. He was in May 1839 Co-owner with Elizabeth Richards of 1000 acres at Devonport, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. He was received title deeds to 1000 acres at Archer Parish & 3 others, 800 acres at Midhurst and 1040 acres at Exton. on 26 August 1842 at Exton, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. He lived on 30 June 1846 at 'Woodhall Estate', Perth, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. He was a member of Parliament. He was the Member for Cornwall from 1855 to 1856. in 1855 at Tasmania, Australia. He died on 11 April 1861 at 'Woodhall', Perth, Tasmania, Australia, at age 59 He died of dropsy at 'Woodhall' in 1861 and was buried under a 'substantial tombstone.' He was buried circa 12 April 1861 at St. Andrew's Church Cemetery, Perth, Tasmania, Australia.

Family

Jessie Harvie b. 1805, d. 3 Sep 1885
Marriage*He married Jessie Harvie on 26 May 1826 at St. John's Anglican Church, St John Street, Launceston, Van Diemen's Land, Australia, Marriage recorded in newspaper 2 Jun 1826. St. John's Church, with consent of guardian. Minister John Youl. 
Last Edited17 Jan 2018

Joseph Bonney

M, #4189, b. 13 January 1745, d. between 1746 and 1835
FatherJohn Bonney b. 9 Mar 1718, d. 20 Dec 1789
MotherElizabeth Butcher b. 1728, d. 20 Dec 1789
     Joseph Bonney was born on 13 January 1745. He was the son of John Bonney and Elizabeth Butcher. Joseph Bonney died between 1746 and 1835. He married Sarah Archer on 8 April 1766 at St Gregory's Church, Sudbury, Suffolk, England.

Family

Sarah Archer b. 1744, d. 1812
Last Edited18 Jul 2014

Joseph Bonney

M, #4190, b. 12 June 1850, d. 18 January 1928
FatherChristopher Bonney b. 30 May 1810, d. 22 Jan 1873
MotherMary Cassidy b. c 1817, d. 21 Sep 1877
     Joseph Bonney was born on 12 June 1850 at Van Diemen's Land, Australia. He was the son of Christopher Bonney and Mary Cassidy. Joseph Bonney died on 18 January 1928 at Dunedin, Otago Province, New Zealand, at age 77.1 He was buried circa 22 January 1928 at Dunedin, Otago Province, New Zealand.1
Last Edited20 Oct 2009

Citations

  1. [S50] Website: Dunedin Cemetery Web Site.

Joseph Bonney

M, #4191, b. 23 April 1818, d. between 1819 and 1908
FatherConvict Joseph Bonney b. 10 Jul 1776, d. 17 Feb 1827
MotherRose Sheridan b. 1793, d. bt 1821 - 1887
     Joseph Bonney was born on 23 April 1818. He was the son of Convict Joseph Bonney and Rose Sheridan. Joseph Bonney died between 1819 and 1908.
Last Edited9 Mar 2009

Joseph Bonney

M, #4192, b. 1768, d. 1768
FatherJohn Bonney b. 1 Jul 1741, d. 1790
MotherHannah Clarke b. 1740, d. 10 Apr 1780
     Joseph Bonney died in 1768 at Sudbury, Suffix, England. He was born in 1768. He was the son of John Bonney and Hannah Clarke.
Last Edited18 Jul 2014

Joseph Bonney

M, #4193, b. 29 September 1639, d. 1665
FatherChristopher Bonney b. 1605, d. 1641
MotherAnne Haverland b. 1600, d. 1640
     Joseph Bonney was born on 29 September 1639 at Sudbury, Suffix, England. He was the son of Christopher Bonney and Anne Haverland. Joseph Bonney married Susan (?) in 1661. Joseph Bonney died in 1665.

Family

Susan (?) b. 1640
Last Edited18 Jul 2014