Betty Cato

Last Edited8 Jun 2011
     Betty Cato lived. She was buried. Her married name was Tapp. She married Vernon William Tapp, son of Corporal William Henry Tapp and Daisy Agnes Merchant, at Tasmania, Australia.


Vernon William Tapp b. 2 Apr 1921, d. 29 Jul 2006

Ann Bridget Caulkin1

F, b. 1841
Last Edited22 Apr 2009
     Her married name was Collier. Ann Bridget Caulkin was born in 1841 at Mear, Staffordshire, England.1 She lived in 1871 at Ashley, Staffordshire, England.1 She married William Collier, son of William Collier and Sarah Anne Hodgkinson, in 1873. Ann Bridget Caulkin was buried on 4 June 1912 at St. John The Baptist Church Cemetery, Ashley, Staffordshire, England.


  1. [S41] 1871 British Census.

James Cauthorpe

M, d. circa 16 January 1779
Last Edited9 Mar 2009
     James Cauthorpe married Faith Leafe, daughter of Thomas Leafe and Ann Miller, on 21 April 1726 at Theddlethorpe, Linconshire, England. James Cauthorpe died circa 16 January 1779.


Faith Leafe b. c Dec 1695, d. c 16 Jan 1779

Margaret Isabella Cavanagh

F, b. 1833, d. 1894
Last Edited9 Mar 2009
     Her married name was Watson. Margaret Isabella Cavanagh was born in 1833 at Dublin, Ireland. She married John Wentworth Watson, son of Brereton Ross Watson and Catherine Wade, on 31 May 1856 at Wesleyan Church, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia. Margaret Isabella Cavanagh died in 1894.


John Wentworth Watson b. 29 Mar 1828, d. 26 Jun 1920

Convict Mary Cavenaugh

F, b. 1777, d. 11 September 1851
Last Edited17 Feb 2019
     Her married name was Kimberley. Convict Mary Cavenaugh was born in 1777 at London, England. She was (an unknown value) on 2 April 1788 at The Old Bailey, London, England. Shewas transported on 14 March 1789 on the convict transport ship 'Lady Julianna' from England to New South Wales, Australia. She arrived at on the convict transport ship 'Lady Julianna' circa June 1789 in New South Wales, Australia. She married Convict Edward Kimberley, son of John Kimberley and Hannah Bates, on 26 October 1791 at St Phillip's Church of England, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia; Witnesses were John Small and Sarah Barthim. Convict Mary Cavenaugh arrived at on the ship 'City of Edinburgh' in 1808 in Van Diemen's Land from Norfolk Isdland. She died on 11 September 1851 at Kangaroo Point, Rokeby, Van Diemen's Land, Australia, Deaths register Clarence Plains 1851; Cause 'decay of nature' informant Wm Leake Dealer. She was buried circa 13 September 1851 at St. Mark's Church of England, Rokeby, Van Diemen's Land, Australia.


Convict Edward Kimberley b. 23 Dec 1764, d. 24 Nov 1829