Pierre Bouni

M, #48419, d. after 1729
FatherDaniel Bouni b. bt 1631 - 1635, d. 13 Aug 1701
MotherElisabeth Bessonne b. bt 1635 - 1645, d. 19 Apr 1705
     Pierre Bouni was the son of Daniel Bouni and Elisabeth Bessonne. Pierre Bouni died after 1729.
Last Edited25 Sep 2009

Jaquette Cabot

F, #48420, b. 1666
     Her married name was Molle. Jaquette Cabot married Jacques Molle at France. Jaquette Cabot was born in 1666 at France.

Family

Jacques Molle b. 1665
Child
Last Edited25 Sep 2009

Françoise Chaine

F, #48421, d. after 1682
     Françoise Chaine died after 1682 at Martigues.

Family

Jean Pichan d. a 1699
Child
Last Edited25 Sep 2009

Antoine Molle

M, #48424, d. 1772
FatherPierre Molle b. 1685
MotherMarguerite Bouni b. 28 Jan 1705, d. 1 Jan 1766
     Antoine Molle was the son of Pierre Molle and Marguerite Bouni. Antoine Molle died in 1772.
Last Edited25 Sep 2009

Jacques Molle

M, #48425, b. 1665
     Jacques Molle married Jaquette Cabot at France. Jacques Molle was born in 1665 at France.

Family

Jaquette Cabot b. 1666
Child
Last Edited25 Sep 2009

Pierre Molle

M, #48427, b. 1685
FatherJacques Molle b. 1665
MotherJaquette Cabot b. 1666
     Pierre Molle married Marie Mollee at France. Pierre Molle was born in 1685 at St Nicolas de la Taille, Bolbec, Haute Normandy, France. He was the son of Jacques Molle and Jaquette Cabot. Pierre Molle married Marguerite Bouni, daughter of Barthélémy Bouni and Gabrielle Pichan, on 27 December 1722.

Family 1

Marie Mollee b. 1677
Children

Family 2

Marguerite Bouni b. 28 Jan 1705, d. 1 Jan 1766
Children
Last Edited25 Sep 2009

Anne Mollee

F, #48429, b. 14 December 1712
FatherPierre Molle b. 1685
MotherMarie Mollee b. 1677
     Anne Mollee was born on 14 December 1712 at Spitalfields, London, England. She was the daughter of Pierre Molle and Marie Mollee.
Last Edited25 Sep 2009

Francoise Mollee

F, #48430, b. 17 December 1713
FatherPierre Molle b. 1685
MotherMarie Mollee b. 1677
     Francoise Mollee was born on 17 December 1713 at Spitalfields, London, England. She was the daughter of Pierre Molle and Marie Mollee.
Last Edited25 Sep 2009

Marguerite Mollee

F, #48431, b. 15 September 1717
FatherPierre Molle b. 1685
MotherMarie Mollee b. 1677
     Marguerite Mollee was born on 15 September 1717 at Spitalfields, London, England. She was the daughter of Pierre Molle and Marie Mollee.
Last Edited25 Sep 2009

Marie Mollee

F, #48432, b. 1677
     Marie Mollee married Pierre Molle, son of Jacques Molle and Jaquette Cabot, at France. Her married name was Molle. Marie Mollee was born in 1677 at Angeville Lorcher, Bolbec, Haute Normandy, France.

Family

Pierre Molle b. 1685
Children
Last Edited25 Sep 2009

Marthe Mollee

F, #48433, b. 26 February 1718
FatherPierre Molle b. 1685
MotherMarguerite Bouni b. 28 Jan 1705, d. 1 Jan 1766
     Marthe Mollee was born on 26 February 1718 at Spitalfields, London, England. She was the daughter of Pierre Molle and Marguerite Bouni.
Last Edited25 Sep 2009

Mary Molee

F, #48434, b. 1708
FatherPierre Molle b. 1685
MotherMarie Mollee b. 1677
     Mary Molee died at Spitalfields, London, England. Her married name was Bellett. She was born in 1708 at France. She was the daughter of Pierre Molle and Marie Mollee. Mary Molee married John Bellett, son of Thomas Bellette (Belet) and Mary (?), on 8 September 1731 at Christ Church, Spitafields, Stepney, London, England.

Family

John Bellett b. 1708
Children
Last Edited10 Sep 2014

Gabrielle Pichan

F, #48435, b. circa 1677, d. 31 January 1772
FatherPierre Pichan b. c 1659, d. 11 Nov 1727
     Her married name was Bouni. Gabrielle Pichan was born circa 1677. She was the daughter of Pierre Pichan. Gabrielle Pichan married Barthélémy Bouni, son of Daniel Bouni and Elisabeth Bessonne, on 2 February 1702 at Sète, Herault, Languedoc-Roussillon, France. Gabrielle Pichan died on 31 January 1772 at Sète, Herault, Languedoc-Roussillon, France.

Family

Barthélémy Bouni b. c 1674, d. 11 Jul 1741
Children
Last Edited25 Sep 2009

Jean Pichan

M, #48436, d. after 1699
     Jean Pichan was born at Martigues. He died after 1699 at Sète, Herault, Languedoc-Roussillon, France.

Family

Françoise Chaine d. a 1682
Child
Last Edited25 Sep 2009

Pierre Pichan

M, #48437, b. circa 1659, d. 11 November 1727
FatherJean Pichan d. a 1699
MotherFrançoise Chaine d. a 1682
     Pierre Pichan was born circa 1659 at Martigues. He was the son of Jean Pichan and Françoise Chaine. Pierre Pichan died on 11 November 1727 at Sète, Herault, Languedoc-Roussillon, France.

Family

Child
Last Edited25 Sep 2009

Bowman Brown

M, #48438, b. 1714
FatherJoshua Brown b. c 1680
MotherMiss Mellison
     Bowman Brown died at London, England. He was born in 1714 at London, England. He was the son of Joshua Brown and Miss Mellison. Bowman Brown married Susannah Collier on 8 November 1791 at Duke Place, London, England.

Family

Susannah Collier b. c 1720
Children
Last Edited25 Sep 2009

Bowman Brown

M, #48439, b. 10 May 1747
FatherBowman Brown b. 1714
MotherSusannah Collier b. c 1720
     Bowman Brown was born on 10 May 1747 at Spitalfields, London, England. He was the son of Bowman Brown and Susannah Collier.
Last Edited25 Sep 2009

Joshua Brown

M, #48440, b. circa 1680
     Joshua Brown died at England. He married Miss Mellison at England. Joshua Brown was born circa 1680 at England.

Family

Miss Mellison
Child
Last Edited25 Sep 2009

Susannah Collier

F, #48441, b. circa 1720
     Susannah Collier died at London, England. Her married name was Brown. She was born circa 1720 at London, England. She married Bowman Brown, son of Joshua Brown and Miss Mellison, on 8 November 1791 at Duke Place, London, England.

Family

Bowman Brown b. 1714
Children
Last Edited25 Sep 2009

Miss Mellison

F, #48442
     Miss Mellison married Joshua Brown at England. Miss Mellison died at England. Her married name was Brown. She was born at England.

Family

Joshua Brown b. c 1680
Child
Last Edited25 Sep 2009

Charlotte Murphy

F, #48444, b. 1837, d. 20 July 1915
     Her married name was White. Charlotte Murphy was born in 1837 at Stirling, Scotland. She lived in 1841 at Midlothian, Scotland. She married William White, son of Stephen White and Margaret Vass, on 5 November 1860 at Victoria, Australia. Charlotte Murphy died on 20 July 1915 at Tasmania, Australia.

Family

William White b. 22 Jan 1831, d. 23 Feb 1910
Last Edited2 Oct 2009

Meek Susannah

F, #48568, b. 1788
     Meek Susannah was born in 1788. As of 1848,her married name was Briggs. She married Convict Charles Briggs, son of Thomas Briggs and Mary Ann Brown, in 1848 at Brighton, Van Diemen's Land, Australia.

Family

Convict Charles Briggs b. 31 Aug 1797, d. 1854
Last Edited4 Oct 2009

Convict Joseph Wright

M, #48569, b. 11 September 1767, d. 30 August 1811
     Convict Joseph Wright was born on 11 September 1767 at Finsbury, London, England. He was convict on 26 May 1784 at The Old Bailey, London, England,
Joseph Wright appeared before the court in the Old Bailey, 26th May 1784, charged with stealing 218lb of lead which he was seen carrying in Sloane Square, Chelsea. The trial was in Justice Hall, Old Bailey.

The lead had been cut from the roof, gutter and dormer windows of a house.
Sloane Street. He stated that he had seen a man throw down a basket containing the lead and had picked it up to take home 'with an intent to advertise it'. He was sentenced to seven years transportation to Africa.
Joseph, aged 19, was received on the "Censor" hulk on 6th September 1784. Three years later, on 24th February 1787, he was dispatched to by wagon to Portsmouth and embarked on the "Scarborough" on 27th February 1787.

His sentence was 7 years transportation. He departed from Portsmouth on 13th May 1787 aboard the convict ship "Scarborough" and landed at Sydney Cove on 26th January 1788.

The "Scarborough" was one of the eleven ships of the "First Fleet". The ships carrying 250 marines, a handful of civil officers, some with wives and children, and 759 convicts left Portsmouth on 17th May 1787 under the command of Captain Arthur Philip. They called at Tenerife, Rio de Janiero, and the Cape of Good Hope beforereaching Botany Bay mid-January 1788.


Joseph was granted his freedom in 1794. Joseph married Ellen Gott (a second fleet convict) on 13th December 1790 at St Phillips Church Sydney (Ref Vol 4 No.111) Witnesses Edward Field a Private with NSW Corps and Martha Proud a convict on the Lady Juliana . Governor Arthur Phillip gave permission for the marriage. Chaplain Richard Johnson conducted the service. Joseph signed the Register with "X" indicating he was unable to write, however Ellen was able to sign her name. On 3/11/1794, Joseph was one of the first settlers to be granted a Land Grant (No.260) of 30 acres at Mulgrave Place on the Hawkesbury River. Joseph is buried in the Old Sydney Burial Ground (Vol.5 No.256) which is now the site of the Sydney Town Hall.
While awaiting transportation, Joseph was placed on the hulk "Censor", which was anchored in the Thames. He was selected for a place on the "Scarborough" to sail with the First Fleet and was delivered for transportation to Botany Bay on the 27th February 1787.


The First Fleet, comprising 11 ships in all, sailed from Portsmouth on 13th May 1787. Joseph was aboard the "Scarborough" a two decked, three masted vessel that was built in Scarborough in 1782. She was chartered by the Admiralty to carry convicts to Botany Bay, returning via China to collect a lucrative tea cargo. The venture was successful for the ship and she made the voyage twice, sailing again with the Second Fleet. On both voyages the convicts made an unsuccessful attempt to seize the ship. The "Scarborough" was broken up in 1798 following her return from the second voyage. Apart from the "Sirius" and "Supply" she was the only other ship from the First Fleet to return to England. She was skippered by Master John Marshall.

The voyage took 8 months and 1 week, with stops being made in Tenerife, Rio de Janeiro and Capetown, taking on food and supplies. After Botany Bay proved unsuitable for the new colony, Captain Phillip explored Port Jackson and decided to move the Fleet north. The flag was raised at Sydney Cove on 26th January 1788. On the morning of 27th, a long boat full of convicts from the "Scarborough" was set ashore to assist in the cutting down of trees and clearing ground. The temperature was 74 degrees, the heat being felt by all. Tents were pitched on shore that day and the new colony was founded. Some convicts had not set foot on land for over 12 months. Joseph was 21 years old when he stepped ashore at Sydney Cove. The success of the venture was due to the leadership and dedication of Arthur Phillip.

Governor Arthur Phillip gave permission for Joseph and Eleanor Gott to marry, Eleanor having arrived with the Second Fleet, aboard the "Neptune". Joseph and Ellen (Eleanor) were married on 13th December 1790, at St Phillips, Sydney. The original certificate shows a large signature by Ellen Gott and Joseph placed his mark, a cross. The witnesses were Edward Field and Matilda Proud both of whom signed the certificate with a cross. (Certificate No 111 Vol: 4)


In 1794 Joseph was given a grant of 30 acres of land at Mulgrave Place on the Hawkesbury River.

When Gilberthorpe took over Fenlow's grant, his wife shared Eleanor's Catholic faith and they were friends. When Joseph Wright happened to find out that Gilberthorpe was harboring the runaway George Bruce he felt it incumbent on him to report the matter, Eleanor slipped across to warn them what her Joe was up to.


On 10 April 1803 Joseph went to court to request more money for his wheat. He lost the case.

In 1806 Joseph was convicted of employing an escapee and was fined 20 pound by the Bench, the money to be paid to the Orphan's Home. However, a lenient Judge halved the fine to 10 pound. The following was reported in the Sydney Gazette dated 6th February 1806:

"The Court Jurisdiction assembles tomorrow for dispatch of business.
At a bench of Magistrates convened on Wednesday the 5th instant several settlers were brought forward to answer to a charge of giving employment to Thomas Desmond, a prisoner absconded from public labor and repeatedly advertised. Three were fined in the sum of 5 pound each to the Orphans and Joseph Wright in the sum of 20 pound, but the lenient motives the Bench were pleased to remit the one half the latter penalty. It is needless to remark on the consequences of an indiscretion to which the magistrates have on all occasions testified just aversion. The plea in such cases set up in extenuation by the defaulter can not possibly obtain for although it may be supposed natural that the fugitive should attempt by imposture to obtain assistance and employment, yet no evasion whatever can surmount the act of disobedience to a salutary regulation, which requires that no person shall be employed until he has produced his certificate or pass, if a freeman, or his ticket permission if a prisoner off the stores"

By 1806 Joseph had purchased 15 acres on the Hawkesbury from Mr. Boston. Joseph was not very successful in his farming ventures and suffered the loss of his wheat crop in 1803. It was ruined when the boat carrying his produce was swamped in transit. He was denied compensation (see copy of Gazette article 10th April, 1803). He also probably suffered flood losses in 1806 and 1809, which would have contributed, to his failure and finally he lost his farm just before he died. In 1810 Joseph requested the help of a man of the stores to assist him in cultivating his land and getting in his harvest.

In 1810 Joseph wrote to the Governor requesting help on his land, he was probably ill, however his request was denied. The following is a copy of the letter written by Joseph to Governor Macquarie:
(NSW Colonial Sec. in Letters 1810. PP 360-61, CS-6)

"Esquire Capt; General and
Governor in Chief in and over his
Majesty's Territory of N.S.W.
and its Dependencies G.G.G.

Petition of Joseph Wright

Most Humbly Sheweth

That your Excellency's Petitioner came into this Colony in the ship "Scarborough" January in the year 1788, holds a farm situate in the Nelson's District on the Hawksbury River - have fifteen acres under cultivation - have got a wife and five children to support - have no assistance but such as he can procure at an exorbitant price. He was Transported on 13 May 1787 from Portsmouth, England to Port Jackson, New South Wales, Australiaon the convict transport ship 'Scarborough'. He arrived 26 January 1788 as a First Fleet Convict in Port Jackson, New South Wales, Australia from Portsmouth, England on the convict transport ship 'Scarborough'. He married Convict Eleanor Ellen Gott on 13 December 1790 at St Phillip's Church of England, New South Wales, Australia. Convict Joseph Wright died on 30 August 1811 at New South Wales, Australia, at age 43. He was buried circa 1 September 1811 at Old Burial Ground, New South Wales, Australia.

Family

Convict Eleanor Ellen Gott b. 25 Oct 1765, d. 26 Apr 1843
Marriage*He married Convict Eleanor Ellen Gott on 13 December 1790 at St Phillip's Church of England, New South Wales, Australia
Child
Last Edited9 Sep 2012

Convict Eleanor Ellen Gott

F, #48570, b. 25 October 1765, d. 26 April 1843
     Convict Eleanor Ellen Gott was born on 25 October 1765 at Lancashire, England. She was convict on 3 August 1789 at Liverpool Quarter Sessions, Liverpool, Lancashire, England,Ellen or (Eleanor according to some records) was born 1765 in Liverpool Eng. her baptism recorded at St. Peter's Liverpool on 26/10/1765. Her father is shown as John Gott, Shoemaker. There is no
reference to her mothers name. Other Christenings recorded to John. Ellen was found guilty of theft of various items from a Charles Norris, the trial was held on 3rd. August 1789 at Liverpool Quarter Sessions, where she was sentenced to 3 years transportation. She arrived in Sydney in June 1790, aboard the "Neptune" one of the Second Fleet Hell Ships. Ellen was able to sign her name and had learned her father's trade of "shoemaker". When she died on 28th April,1843 she left a farm, boat, horse, cart and harness to her children. Ellen's second marriage to Daniel Buckridge 31/3/1812 (Ref.Vol.3A
No.1337.) She arrived June 1790 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia from England on the convict transport ship 'Neptune'. She married Convict Joseph Wright on 13 December 1790 at St Phillip's Church of England, New South Wales, Australia. As of 13 December 1790,her married name was Wright. Convict Eleanor Ellen Gott died on 26 April 1843 at New South Wales, Australia, at age 77.

Family

Convict Joseph Wright b. 11 Sep 1767, d. 30 Aug 1811
Child
Last Edited10 Dec 2012

Thomas Deane

M, #48571, b. 1806, d. 14 January 1853
     Thomas Deane was born in 1806. He married Eliza Reynolds, daughter of Edward Reynolds and Sarah Goodson, on 9 September 1830 at St. Bride Church, Fleet Street, London, England. Thomas Deane arrived at New South Wales, Australia, on 29 June 1833 from England. He died on 14 January 1853 at South Australia, Australia.

Family

Eliza Reynolds b. 22 Sep 1807, d. bt Mar 1833 - Apr 1833
Child
Last Edited13 Oct 2016

Thomas Edward Deane

M, #48573, b. 30 October 1831, d. 16 January 1896
FatherThomas Deane b. 1806, d. 14 Jan 1853
MotherEliza Reynolds b. 22 Sep 1807, d. bt Mar 1833 - Apr 1833
     Thomas Edward Deane was born on 30 October 1831 at Middlesex, England. He was the son of Thomas Deane and Eliza Reynolds. Thomas Edward Deane lived in 1841 at St Marylebone, Middlesex, England. He died on 16 January 1896 at New South Wales, Australia, at age 64.
Last Edited29 Oct 2009

Sarah Goodson

F, #48574, b. 1760
     Sarah Goodson died at England. Her married name was Reynolds. She was born in 1760 at England. She was baptized on 19 January 1760 at St Mary the Virgin Church, Essex, England. She married Edward Reynolds in 1785 at Chelmsford Parish, Essex, England.

Family

Edward Reynolds b. 1765, d. 7 Feb 1818
Children
Last Edited9 Dec 2010

Amelia Reynolds

F, #48575, b. 1796
FatherEdward Reynolds b. 1765, d. 7 Feb 1818
MotherSarah Goodson b. 1760
     Amelia Reynolds died at England. She was born in 1796 at Buckinghamshire, England. She was the daughter of Edward Reynolds and Sarah Goodson.
Last Edited29 Oct 2009

Elizabeth (?)

F, #48577, b. 1717, d. 3 July 1792
     Her married name was Ward. Elizabeth (?) was born in 1717 at Marsham, Norfolk, England. She married Stephen Ward in 1745 at Norfolk, England. Elizabeth (?) died on 3 July 1792 at Norfolk, England.

Family

Stephen Ward b. 1713
Children
Last Edited1 Nov 2009

Mary Aves

F, #48578, b. 1755
     Her married name was Bye. Mary Aves was born in 1755 at Isleham, Cambridgeshire, England. She was baptized on 8 February 1755 at Isleham, Cambridgeshire, England. She married Moses Bye, son of Moses Bye, on 14 October 1790 at Dullingham, Cambridgeshire, England. Mary Aves was buried on 15 December 1840 at Dullingham, Cambridgeshire, England.

Family

Moses Bye b. 1730
Child
Last Edited1 Nov 2009