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THE BENNETT LINE

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DUNHEVED WHERE PETER’S Great Grandfather ARTHUR JAMES BENNETT WAS BORN.

http://www.myropescrossing.com.au/Heritage/default.aspx

http://www.penrithcity.nsw.gov.au/print.asp?id=422

THIS LOOKS LIKE THAT STORY FOR THE MOMENT.

1837. JOHN TOUGH FINCH COMES OUT at the pleasure of the Court.

Dwells with and then Marries ANN JANE MEREDITH.

They change their name to BENNETT and have  13 children.

The second of the children and the first born son is named ARTHUR JAMES BENNETT.

Arthur marries MARGARET GRIFFIN.

They had a goodly number of children, the youngest of whom is ETHEL.

ETHEL BENNETT then marries BERT WILLIAMS in 1915.

They have 6 children.

The 4th Child is MARION and she married ROY KNOW.

Marion and Roy have 4 boys, the 2nd of whom is PETER KNOX.

SHANTYTOWN.

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TOUGH

Index to Miscellaneous Immigrants

Ship : Lady Kennaway
TOUGH William
23
12/08/1838
Reels 2654, 1291
76
[4/4780], [4/4831]
Wife 25; shoemaker
NRS 5313, 5314

Index to Persons on Government ships Aug 1837-Feb 1840

 

TOUGH
William
23

Lady Kennaway
12/08/1838
076
2654
[4/4780]
Wife 25; shoemaker

HERITAGE

http://austcemindex.com/cemetery-inscriptions.php?id=62

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http://www.curiousfox.com/surnames/Finch_1.html

Surnames Finch,Tough or Tough Finch – Frimley, Surrey
Looking for information on Finch or Tough-Finch Families of Frimley, earlier than 1840. My direct ancestor, John Tough Finch born 1813 (shoemaker) Mother Ann(e) Finch Father John Tough (Never married) Joined 75th Regiment Married Mary Cheesman (Cheeseman).

Hillston, HiltonNr Lichfield – Lichfield, Staffordshire

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http://users.bigpond.net.au/CONVICTS/page30.html

Finch, John Tough 1837 Calcutta II Dublin CM 1837 7 years aged 25

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DETAILS FOR COURT MARTIALS 1837

http://www.british-genealogy.com/forums/showthread.php?t=31508

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PUNISHMENT OF IRISH FOR REBELLION 1837-1839

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From Bateson’s Convict ships
Calcutta II sailed from Dublin, direct to Port Jackson arriving 5 August
1837. She was a large Ship of 706 tons built Quebec, Canada in 1835. He
master was Joseph Brown and surgeon Anthony Donoghoe. She carried 340 male
convicts 10 of whom died.

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