Turnbull Clan Genealogy Collection

Ellen Turnbull

F, #3951, b. 2 October 1863
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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Parents

FatherThomas Turnbull (b. 28 November 1824, d. 21 September 1873)
MotherMary Wilson (b. about 1836, d. 8 November 1870)

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BirthEllen Turnbull was born on 2 October 1863 in Esperance, Tasmania, AustraliaG.1
MarriagePatrick J. J. Fahey and Ellen Turnbull were married on 10 July 1888. All Saints Church of England, Petersham, NSW2,3

Family: Patrick J. J. Fahey (b. about 1860)

SonPatrick Fahey (b. about 1888)
DaughterMary E. Fahey+ (b. about 1889, d. about 1934)
DaughterAgnes Fahey (b. about 1891)
DaughterDorothy E. S. Fahey (b. about 1894)
DaughterFlorence L. Fahey (b. about 1897)

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NameEllen Turnbull was also known as Ellen Fahey.2

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-338
  2. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), File #T-0092
  3. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, M1888-02346, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.

William Richardson Turnbull

M, #3952, b. 7 January 1863
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Parents

FatherGeorge Turnbull (b. about 1840)
MotherHarriett McDonald (b. about 1841)

BMDB Events

BirthWilliam Richardson Turnbull was born on 7 January 1863 at River Severn in Port Sorell, Tasmania, AustraliaG.1

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-339

Thomas Turnbull

M, #3953, b. about 1815, d. 31 October 1882
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BirthThomas Turnbull was born about 1815.1
DeathThomas Turnbull died on 31 October 1882 in Launceston, Tasmania, AustraliaG. Senility1

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OccupationOn 31 October 1882 Thomas Turnbull was a Weaver.1

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-480

Walter Turnbull

M, #3954, b. 20 June 1865
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Parents

FatherJohn Turnbull (b. 1825, d. 13 October 1898)
MotherElizabeth Abette Riddell (b. about 1826, d. 1 October 1890)

BMDB Events

BirthWalter Turnbull was born on 20 June 1865 in Campbell Town, Tasmania, AustraliaG.1,2

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-341
  2. [S2132] FamilySearch, Australia, Tasmania, Civil Registration (District Registers), 1839-1938; https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:Q2S1-N9C5, Name: Turnbull Event Type: Birth Event Date: 20 Jun 1865 Event Place: Campbell Town, Tasmania, Australia Gender: Male Father's Name: John Turnbull Mother's Name: Elizabeth Riddle Turnbull Certificate Number: 1602 Page Number.

Albert John Turnbull

M, #3955, b. 17 February 1865
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Parents

FatherGeorge Turnbull (b. about 1840)
MotherHarriett McDonald (b. about 1841)

BMDB Events

BirthAlbert John Turnbull was born on 17 February 1865 in River Severn, Tasmania, AustraliaG.1

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-342

Mary Elizabeth Turnbull

F, #3956, b. 26 November 1866
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Parents

FatherWilliam Turnbull (b. 12 October 1831, d. 1876)
MotherAmelia Frances Bartlett (b. about 1835)

BMDB Events

BirthMary Elizabeth Turnbull was born on 26 November 1866 in Launceston, Tasmania, AustraliaG.1
MarriageWilliam Alexander Turnbull and Mary Elizabeth Turnbull were married in 1904 in Victoria, AustraliaG.2

Family: William Alexander Turnbull (b. 1869, d. 1924)

DaughterMary Elizabeth Turnbull (b. 1905)

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-343
  2. [S6] BMD Victoria, Australia, M1904-05377, https://online.justice.vic.gov.au/bdm/indexsearch.doj.

Adam Turnbull

M, #3957, b. 14 August 1868, d. 1881
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Parents

FatherWilliam Turnbull (b. 12 October 1831, d. 1876)
MotherAmelia Frances Bartlett (b. about 1835)

BMDB Events

BirthAdam Turnbull was born on 14 August 1868 in Launceston, Tasmania, AustraliaG.1
DeathAdam Turnbull died in 1881 at age ~13 in Victoria, AustraliaG.2

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-344
  2. [S6] BMD Victoria, Australia, D1881-04576, https://online.justice.vic.gov.au/bdm/indexsearch.doj.

Jane Symington Zeaman

F, #3958
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MarriageJames Turnbull Martin and Jane Symington Zeaman were married about 1884. Vic., AUS.1

Family: James Turnbull Martin (b. about 1857, d. about 1921)

DaughterPauline Ann Martin (b. about 1885)
SonLionel Archibald Martin (b. about 1887)

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NameJane Symington Zeaman was also known as Jane Symington Martin.1

Citations

  1. [S6] BMD Victoria, Australia, m1884-, https://online.justice.vic.gov.au/bdm/indexsearch.doj.

Ada Annie Turnbull

F, #3959, b. 16 February 1868
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Parents

FatherGeorge Turnbull (b. about 1840)
MotherHarriett McDonald (b. about 1841)

BMDB Events

BirthAda Annie Turnbull was born on 16 February 1868 in New Ground, Tasmania, AustraliaG.1

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-345

Isabella Watt Mouatt Turnbull

F, #3960, b. 24 April 1869, d. 1947
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Parents

FatherHenry Turnbull (b. say 1820)
MotherIsabella Watt Mouatt (b. 1837, d. 1921)

BMDB Events

BirthIsabella Watt Mouatt Turnbull was born on 24 April 1869 in Launceston, Tasmania, AustraliaG.1
DeathIsabella Watt Mouatt Turnbull died in 1947 at age ~78 in Victoria, AustraliaG.2

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-346
  2. [S6] BMD Victoria, Australia, D1947-10635, https://online.justice.vic.gov.au/bdm/indexsearch.doj.

Henry Turnbull

M, #3961, b. say 1820
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Parents

FatherAlexander Turnbull (b. about 1800)
MotherChristina Leslie

BMDB Events

BirthHenry Turnbull was born say 1820.
MarriageHenry Turnbull and Isabella Watt Mouatt were married in 1855 in Victoria, AustraliaG.1,2

Family: Isabella Watt Mouatt (b. 1837, d. 1921)

SonAlexander Turnbull (b. 1856, d. 1937)
SonLaurence John Clark Turnbull (b. 1858, d. 1861)
SonHenry Leslie Turnbull (b. 1861, d. 1861)
SonJames Watt Mouatt Turnbull (b. 1862, d. 1940)
DaughterChristiana Leslie Turnbull (b. 1864, d. 1934)
SonWilliam Watt Mouatt Turnbull (b. 1866, d. 1868)
DaughterIsabella Watt Mouatt Turnbull (b. 24 April 1869, d. 1947)
SonGeorge Leslie Turnbull+ (b. 1871, d. 1934)

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OccupationOn 24 April 1869 Henry Turnbull was a Contractor in Launceston, Tasmania, AustraliaG.1

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-346
  2. [S6] BMD Victoria, Australia, M1855-02654, https://online.justice.vic.gov.au/bdm/indexsearch.doj.

Isabella Watt Mouatt

F, #3962, b. 1837, d. 1921
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BirthIsabella Watt Mouatt was born in 1837.1
MarriageHenry Turnbull and Isabella Watt Mouatt were married in 1855 in Victoria, AustraliaG.2,3
DeathIsabella Watt Mouatt died in 1921 at age ~84 in Victoria, AustraliaG.1

Family: Henry Turnbull (b. say 1820)

SonAlexander Turnbull (b. 1856, d. 1937)
SonLaurence John Clark Turnbull (b. 1858, d. 1861)
SonHenry Leslie Turnbull (b. 1861, d. 1861)
SonJames Watt Mouatt Turnbull (b. 1862, d. 1940)
DaughterChristiana Leslie Turnbull (b. 1864, d. 1934)
SonWilliam Watt Mouatt Turnbull (b. 1866, d. 1868)
DaughterIsabella Watt Mouatt Turnbull (b. 24 April 1869, d. 1947)
SonGeorge Leslie Turnbull+ (b. 1871, d. 1934)

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NameAs of 1855, Isabella Watt Mouatt was also known as Isabella Watt Turnbull.2

Citations

  1. [S6] BMD Victoria, Australia, D1921-12117, https://online.justice.vic.gov.au/bdm/indexsearch.doj.
  2. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-346
  3. [S6] BMD Victoria, Australia, M1855-02654, https://online.justice.vic.gov.au/bdm/indexsearch.doj.

Alexandra May Turnbull

F, #3963, b. 24 September 1870
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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Parents

FatherWilliam Turnbull (b. 12 October 1831, d. 1876)
MotherAmelia Frances Bartlett (b. about 1835)

BMDB Events

BirthAlexandra May Turnbull was born on 24 September 1870 in Launceston, Tasmania, AustraliaG.1
MarriageLewis Dowling and Alexandra May Turnbull were married in 1900 in Victoria, AustraliaG.2

Other Life Events

NameAs of 1900, Alexandra May Turnbull was also known as Alexandra May Dowling.2

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-347
  2. [S6] BMD Victoria, Australia, M1900-00988, https://online.justice.vic.gov.au/bdm/indexsearch.doj.

Lorenzo Hynes Halloran Burman

M, #3964, b. 14 July 1846, d. 1918
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Lorenzo Hynes Halloran Burman

Parents

FatherBenjamin Stewart Burman (b. about 1813, d. 1891)
MotherElizabeth Frances Halloran (b. 12 September 1827, d. 28 February 1869)

BMDB Events

BirthLorenzo Hynes Halloran Burman was born on 14 July 1846 in Hobart, Tasmania, AustraliaG.1,2
MarriageLorenzo Hynes Halloran Burman and Margaret (Maggie) Quayle were married on 27 December 1870 at Wesleyan Chapel in Daylesford, Victoria, AustraliaG.3,4
DeathLorenzo Hynes Halloran Burman died in 1918 at age ~72 in Victoria, AustraliaG.4

Family: Margaret (Maggie) Quayle (b. 17 October 1851)

DaughterFrances Agnes Burman (b. 1873, d. 1927)
SonHerbert Halloran Burman (b. 1876, d. about 1919)
DaughterEthel Maud Burman (b. about 1878, d. 31 January 1878)
DaughterFlorence Nellie Burman+ (b. 1878, d. 1935)
DaughterViolet Maud Burman+ (b. 1880)
DaughterBlanche Avice Burman+ (b. 1883, d. 1933)
SonGarnet Leonard Burman (b. about 1885, d. about 1930)
DaughterUna Burman (b. about 1887, d. about 1887)
DaughterVera Burman (b. about 1887, d. about 1887)
DaughterRuby Margaret Burman (b. 1887, d. about 1930)
DaughterAdeline May Burman (b. about 1889, d. about 1890)
DaughterThelma Gladys Margaret Burman+ (b. 18 October 1891, d. 4 June 1947)
DaughterElla Ray Gordon Burman+ (b. 1896, d. about 1965)

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Img-Family (fam)Lorenzo Hynes Halloran Burman and Margaret (Maggie) Quayle were photographed about 1900 in Victoria, AustraliaG. Back Row - Lorenzo bn 1848 Hobart( father) Frances Agnes bn 1873, Blanche bn 1883, Florence Nell bn 1878, Herbert bn 1876 Centre Row - Violet bn 1880,(Mother bn 1850, Ruby bn 1887 Front row- Ella Ray Gordon bn 1896, Thelma. bn 1893, . ( Garnet not in Photo)5

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-351
  2. [S51] BMD Tasmania, Australia, B1846-01849
  3. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), File T-0005
  4. [S1906] Morna Kenworthy, Research: Adeline Mary Burman, to Brian Turnbull, 2011
  5. [S2024] Sandra Dorman, E-Mail from Sandra Dorman, The Burman Family Left to Right (Information listed on rear of photo) Back Row - Lorenzo bn 1848 Hobart( father) Frances Agnes bn 1873, Blanche bn 1883, Florence Nell bn 1878, Herbert bn 1876 Centre Row - Violet bn 1880,(Mother bn 1850, Ruby bn 1887 Front row- Ella Ray Gordon bn 1896, Thelma. bn 1893, . ( Garnet not in Photo), email address, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, to Brian Turnbull, 2014

Benjamin Stewart Burman

M, #3965, b. about 1813, d. 1891
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BirthBenjamin Stewart Burman was born about 1813 in Yorkshire, EnglandG.1
MarriageBenjamin Stewart Burman and Elizabeth Frances Halloran were married on 5 July 1845. Green Ponds, Tasmania2
DeathBenjamin Stewart Burman died in 1891 in Daylesford, Victoria, AustraliaG.1,3

Family: Elizabeth Frances Halloran (b. 12 September 1827, d. 28 February 1869)

SonLorenzo Hynes Halloran Burman+ (b. 14 July 1846, d. 1918)
DaughterAdeline Mary Burman+ (b. 12 June 1848, d. about 1933)
SonArthur Henry Burman (b. 1851, d. 3 February 1865)
SonTheodore William Burman (b. 1853)
SonAlbert Benjamin Burman+ (b. 14 September 1855, d. 19 September 1935)
SonRobert Hector Burman+ (b. about 1858, d. 11 June 1897)
SonRowland Oliver Burman (b. 1860, d. 1918)
SonAlfred Herbert Burman (b. 1862, d. 1867)

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OccupationOn 14 July 1846 Benjamin Stewart Burman was an Assistant Superintendant in Hobart, Tasmania, AustraliaG.2
AnecdoteBenjamin Burman was residing in Leeds, Yorkshire when he was recruited by Lieutenant Foy in 1828 for the British Army. His Regiment was the 34th at Foot under the Command of Major General Sir Archibald Campbell and he is attached to Captain Hooke's Company. His first detachment was to Dublin, followed by Templemore and Galway.
His entries in his Payroll and Muster book show that he marched from Dublin to Nenagh (95 miles) in May, Nenagh to Templemore (38miles) in July, Nenagh to Newport to Commonfort (34 miles) in September, Templemore to Roscrea, Roscrea to Galway (95miles) and Galway to Outinaich (18miles) during 1828.
In 1829, Benjamin is in Cork. He marches to Inveroon (24miles) where on the 25th July he embarked on the ship "Ann of Amelia" for Halifax, Nova Scotia (Upper Canada)
In 1832, he arrived in Fredericton, New Brunswick on the HMS "Winchester."
On the 1st March 1834, Benjamin deserted from his Regiment in Fredericton. His records do not show why he did so, but he stated he was persuaded to go by a civilian called Richard McBrian. Two other soldiers absconded with Benjamin; one of them was named Thomas McBrien. Benjamin had married in January 1834 without the permission of his Commanding Officer and had been confined for a time since. Perhaps he just wanted to visit his wife.
Benjamin's Court Martial took place on the 8th March 1834 at Fredericton. Evidence was given that he was absent at Tattoo on the 1st March with one other soldier. He was recaptured on 2nd March, at about 50 miles from Fredericton dressed as a civilian. During the pursuit, Benjamin was twice fired upon, the first shot missed him, the pistol misfired the second time. He was chased for a quarter of a mile through a forest area and was finally captured when he fell attempting to cross a frozen river.
Evidence in his defence was given by his Company Commander Captain Hooke who attested that the prisoner had been in his Company for nearly 4 years and that he had "always considered him of most excellent Character"
Sergeant Major John Sheard of the 34th Regiment gave evidence that he had known the prisoner since he had joined the Regiment "... which is upwards of 7 years and has always considered him one of the very best men in the Regiment...... his name has never appeared in the defaulters book, nor has he ever been confined except on the occasion of his marrying without leave"
The Paymaster of the 34th Regiment, Mr. Ledingham (who was also the officiating Deputy Judge Advocate) gave evidence that" The Prisoner had been his servant for nearly four years.... he was an upright, faithful, sober and honest man. He was always respectful and could always be depended upon and no man was more respectable whilst in Mr. Ledingham's service.
Lieutenant Colt, who had known Benjamin for 6 months, said that he "considered the prisoner a good and steady soldier, a man of excellent character"
Despite such glowing testimony, by deserting his Regiment, Benjamin had breached the Articles of War and he was found guilty.
"Private Benjamin Burman of Captain Hooke's Company 34th Regiment, to be transported as a felon for Life, and to be marked with the letter ā€˜Dā€™ā€¦.in manner purscribed (sic) in the Mutiny Act."
On is" August 1833, Benjamin embarked for Halifax "previous to transport to New South Wales."
His Life sentence was commuted by His Majesty (George 111) to 14 years before he left Canada.
He embarked on the ship 'Mangles' in London in 1835, together with 310 male convicts, including three other soldiers (including Thomas McBrien) from the 34th Regiment who had also deserted.
Benjamin is described as 5'5 foot tall, with an oval head and face, a swarthy complexion, dark brown hair and blue eyes. He is listed as married to a wife Margaret, left in South Cape (?Cove) There was no mention of children, but it is mentioned that his mother, Ann Wright and 4 step- brothers were also in America.
(((In searching Military Records of Canada and America, the name Burman appears in numbers in every theatre of war that involved those early colonies. Burmans, male and female, served in the American Revolutionary Forces and there were 30 Burmans from 10 states who fought in the American Civil War. .. 27 for the Union and 3 for the Confederacy. There were Burman Marines listed from 1798 til1940 and Burmans commissioned in the Royal Navy in 1804.
British Military records show that Burmans served in the Crimea, at Waterloo .. where they were awarded 3 medals, with Kitchner's Flying Scouts in the Boer War, in the
Sudan, India, Africa, Burma, Gibralta and Egypt.
The Burman name is to be found on the rolls of soldiers serving from Australia, from William, who served with the s" Mounted Rifles in the Boer War to those serving in the 1st and 2nd World Wars. The name also appears on the Australian Roll of Honour.)))
Shortly after his arrival in Van Dieman's Land (Tasmania) Benjamin Burman was assigned to George Frankland Esq. as a Gentleman's servant. Frankland was the Surveyor General of Tasmania, responsible for the exploration of the colony and the opening up of land for agriculture and the settlement of a growing population. British landowners, desirous of tapping into the benefits to be made in investing in this pristine country, put increasing pressure on the Government for either grants of land to be made or for the purchase of vast acres. For example, Dr.Robert Townson, an eminent scholer, scientist and settler, was granted 2680 acres at Minto by Gov. Macquarie in 1811.
George Frankland attracted criticism because he personally conducted his excursions throughout the Colony rather than assign this work to others. I think it is reasonable to assume that Benjamin accompanied him on some of those travels. We know that Benjamin was a clerk of sorts, having been the "servant" of the Paymaster Ledingham at Fredericton for 4 years, and although it was rare for a convict to be named in official documents of exploration, George Frankland did make a note that "I have the services of a clerk, a Ticket Of Leave man." Perhaps Benjamin had even accompanied Frankland when he acted as guide to Charles Darwin on his visit to Hobart in 1836. George Frankland Esq. died in 1838
Benjamin was then employed as a Javelin Man ... a term left over from olden times when lines of javelin carrying soldiers would walk either side of the Gentry or Judiciary to protect them from the crowds ... or to escort prisoners going to trial or the gallows ... a type of security guard. In Australia and Van Diemans Land, a javelin man was recruited from the better behaved or better class of convict. He had more responsibility and authority than a convict constable and was attached to the Sheriff's department.
In 1841, Benjamin petitioned for pardon which was granted and he was given a grant of 30acres in Mulgrave Place, Hobart in recognition of his faithful service to the Department. Testimonials from influential people were offered in support of his pardon.
In 1845, He married Elizabeth Francis Halloran at Green Ponds. Green Ponds was a staging area for construction gangs of probationary Convicts (those who hoped to soon gain pardon) and it's possible that Benjamin was a supervisor/superintendent at this settlement. It was also the place where American and Canadian prisoners were domiciled .. .for their safety! From 1839 to 1840 there were 145 such convicts .... 96 were American Political (7) prisoners, 46 were Anglo-Canadian deserters from the Army and 5 were political prisoners.
In 1849 he is listed as being the licencee of The Golden Fleece Hotel, Elizabeth St, Hobart.
Benjamin and Elizabeth sailed from Launceston on the (Swan' on 23rd June 1849, arriving in Melbourne on the 5th July. They settled in Prahran where Albert Henry, Theodore William and Albert Benjamin were born. Robert Hector is born at Wombat or Daylesford, in 1858, followed by Albert Herbert in 1862 and Roland Oliver in 1860.
Sadly, in 1867, Alfred Herbert, then 5 years old, and two little friends wandered off from home and perished in the bush surrounds of Daylesford. Almost the whole male population of Daylesford and members of other towns searched for the trio, and it is a measure of the impact on the Community of the loss of the little ones that public subscriptions resulted in the erection of a large stone Monument in their remembrance.3

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), File T-0005
  2. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-351
  3. [S1907] Letter from Morna Kenworthy

Elizabeth Frances Halloran

F, #3966, b. 12 September 1827, d. 28 February 1869
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Parents

FatherDr. Lawrence Hynes Halloran (b. 29 December 1765, d. 7 March 1831)
MotherElizabeth Forrester Turnbull (b. 14 August 1808, d. 17 January 1854)

BMDB Events

BirthElizabeth Frances Halloran was born on 12 September 1827 in Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaG.1
MarriageBenjamin Stewart Burman and Elizabeth Frances Halloran were married on 5 July 1845. Green Ponds, Tasmania2
DeathElizabeth Frances Halloran died on 28 February 1869 at age 41 in Daylesford, Victoria, AustraliaG.1,3

Family: Benjamin Stewart Burman (b. about 1813, d. 1891)

SonLorenzo Hynes Halloran Burman+ (b. 14 July 1846, d. 1918)
DaughterAdeline Mary Burman+ (b. 12 June 1848, d. about 1933)
SonArthur Henry Burman (b. 1851, d. 3 February 1865)
SonTheodore William Burman (b. 1853)
SonAlbert Benjamin Burman+ (b. 14 September 1855, d. 19 September 1935)
SonRobert Hector Burman+ (b. about 1858, d. 11 June 1897)
SonRowland Oliver Burman (b. 1860, d. 1918)
SonAlfred Herbert Burman (b. 1862, d. 1867)

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NameElizabeth Frances Halloran was also known as Elizabeth Frances Burman.2

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), File T-0005
  2. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-351
  3. [S1906] Morna Kenworthy, Research: Adeline Mary Burman, to Brian Turnbull, 2011

Elizabeth Forrester Turnbull

F, #3967, b. 14 August 1808, d. 17 January 1854
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Parents

FatherCaptain Robert John Turnbull (b. 1771, d. 23 March 1848)
MotherElizabeth Wearing (b. about 1774, d. 1854)

BMDB Events

BirthElizabeth Forrester Turnbull was born on 14 August 1808 in London, EnglandG.1
BaptisedElizabeth Forrester Turnbull was Baptised on 22 January 1809 in London, EnglandG.2
MarriageDr. Lawrence Hynes Halloran and Elizabeth Forrester Turnbull were married on 23 August 1824 at St Phillips Church of England in Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaG. In 1824, Elizabeth and Robert are approached by Laurence Halloran who is looking for someone to take proper care of his numerous children. In his 'Memoriam' to the Governor seeking permission to marry, Laurence (to paraphrase) states he doesn't want to advertise for a career for the children as he would not find anyone who was likely to satisfy his standards for his family. He therefore has "elected a young person." He describes Elizabeth Forrester Turnbull as a girl well versed in the running of an economical home having been instructed by her Mother, a respectable and prudent woman. He stated that he knew the Turnbull family in England.
Robert and Elizabeth gave their consent to the marriage in a certified letter to the Governor dated 26th of June 1824. We .. "do sincerely give our full and free consent for the marriage of our daughter Elizabeth Forester, with Dr. Lawrence (sic) Halloran of Sydney, in compliance with his solicitations to us, and of him, and our said daughter's desire and voluntary acceptance of him." The letter is signed by both parents, the address being given as Burwood.1,3
MarriageJohn W. Bridges and Elizabeth Forrester Turnbull were married on 6 September 1834 at St Stephens Church in Bathurst, New South Wales, AustraliaG.4
DeathElizabeth Forrester Turnbull died on 17 January 1854 at age 45 in Prahran, Victoria, AustraliaG.1

Family 1: Dr. Lawrence Hynes Halloran (b. 29 December 1765, d. 7 March 1831)

SonRobert John Turnbull Halloran+ (b. 29 August 1825, d. 19 September 1892)
DaughterElizabeth Frances Halloran+ (b. 12 September 1827, d. 28 February 1869)
SonLorenzo Hynes Halloran (b. about 1829)

Family 2: John W. Bridges (d. 14 May 1862)

DaughterJanette Sarah Bridges (b. about 1835)
DaughterCharlotte Eliza Rachel Bridges (b. about 1837)
SonJames Henry Bridges (b. about 1839)
DaughterJane Rachel Bridges (b. about 1841)
SonCharles Isaac Bridges (b. about 1843)

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WitnessElizabeth Forrester Turnbull witnessed the immigration of Elizabeth Wearing in 1819 in AustraliaG. arrived on the 'Baring' in 1819 on which ship, as a convict, was also Laurence Hynes Halloran.5
NameAs of 23 August 1824, Elizabeth Forrester Turnbull was also known as Elizabeth Forrester Halloran.6
NameAs of 6 September 1834, Elizabeth Forrester Turnbull was also known as Elizabeth Forrester Bridges.4

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), File T-0005
  2. [S1721] Geraldine James, E-Mail from Geraldine James, All these baptisms were held at St Dunstan's Stepney London, email address, to Brian Turnbull, 2009
  3. [S1906] Morna Kenworthy, Research: Adeline Mary Burman, to Brian Turnbull, 2011
  4. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, M1834-4538-74B, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.
  5. [S1721] Geraldine James, E-Mail from Geraldine James, email address, to Brian Turnbull, 2009
  6. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, M1824-3389-3B, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.

Sarah Burman

F, #3968, b. 1 November 1846
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BirthSarah Burman was born on 1 November 1846 in Tasmania, AustraliaG.1

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-352

Pauline Ann Martin

F, #3969, b. about 1885
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Parents

FatherJames Turnbull Martin (b. about 1857, d. about 1921)
MotherJane Symington Zeaman

BMDB Events

BirthPauline Ann Martin was born about 1885 in Victoria, AustraliaG.1

Citations

  1. [S6] BMD Victoria, Australia, B1885-, https://online.justice.vic.gov.au/bdm/indexsearch.doj.

William Burman

M, #3970
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MarriageWilliam Burman and Mary Ann Archer were married.1

Family: Mary Ann Archer

DaughterSarah Burman (b. 1 November 1846)
SonWilliam Burman, Jnr. (b. 7 December 1848)

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-352

Mary Ann Archer

F, #3971
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MarriageWilliam Burman and Mary Ann Archer were married.1

Family: William Burman

DaughterSarah Burman (b. 1 November 1846)
SonWilliam Burman, Jnr. (b. 7 December 1848)

Other Life Events

NameMary Ann Archer was also known as Mary Ann Burman.1

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-352

William Burman, Jnr.

M, #3972, b. 7 December 1848
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BirthWilliam Burman, Jnr., was born on 7 December 1848 in Tasmania, AustraliaG.1

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-352

Adeline Mary Burman

F, #3973, b. 12 June 1848, d. about 1933
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Parents

FatherBenjamin Stewart Burman (b. about 1813, d. 1891)
MotherElizabeth Frances Halloran (b. 12 September 1827, d. 28 February 1869)

BMDB Events

BirthAdeline Mary Burman was born on 12 June 1848 in Hobart, Tasmania, AustraliaG.1,2
MarriageThomas Carter Reynolds and Adeline Mary Burman were married in 1865 in Daylesford, Victoria, AustraliaG.3,4
DeathAdeline Mary Burman died about 1933 in Victoria, AustraliaG.5

Family: Thomas Carter Reynolds (d. about 1914)

SonRichard Reynolds+ (b. about 1866, d. about 1929)
SonHenry Arthur Reynolds (b. about 1868, d. about 1868)
DaughterAdeline Mary Reynolds (b. about 1869, d. 16 January 1950)
DaughterSusan Elizabeth Reynolds (b. about 1871, d. about 1871)
DaughterFrances Elizabeth Reynolds (b. about 1873, d. about 1875)
SonThomas Carter Reynolds (b. about 1876)
DaughterAmelia Reynolds (b. about 1879, d. 24 October 1944)
DaughterFlorence Reynolds+ (b. about 1882, d. about 1941)
SonArchibald Reynolds (b. about 1884, d. about 1884)
SonHenry Arthur Reynolds (b. about 1888, d. about 1888)

Other Life Events

NameAs of 1865, Adeline Mary Burman was also known as Adeline Mary Reynolds.3

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-353
  2. [S51] BMD Tasmania, Australia, B1848-00835
  3. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), File T-0005
  4. [S1906] Morna Kenworthy, Research: Adeline Mary Burman, to Brian Turnbull, 2011
  5. [S6] BMD Victoria, Australia, D1933-06748, https://online.justice.vic.gov.au/bdm/indexsearch.doj.

Ellen Maria Perry

F, #3974, b. about 1845, d. 23 March 1879
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BirthEllen Maria Perry was born about 1845 in Hobart, Tasmania, AustraliaG.1
MarriageJames John Turnbull and Ellen Maria Perry were married on 9 October 1869. St Davids Church of England, Hobart, Tas2,3
DeathEllen Maria Perry died on 23 March 1879 at Barrack St. in Hobart, Tasmania, AustraliaG.1

Family: James John Turnbull (b. 1 March 1841)

SonJames Arthur Perry Turnbull+ (b. 22 September 1870, d. about 1949)
DaughterTurnbull (b. 6 January 1872)
DaughterIrene Maria Turnbull (b. 26 May 1873, d. 12 September 1876)
DaughterTurnbull (b. 23 May 1874)

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NameEllen Maria Perry was also known as Ellen Maria Turnbull.2
NoteEllen Maria Perry. Cirrhosis of the Liver.
OccupationOn 23 March 1879 Ellen Maria Perry was a Barristers Wife.1

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-439
  2. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-354
  3. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-503

James Arthur Perry Turnbull

M, #3975, b. 22 September 1870, d. about 1949
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FatherJames John Turnbull (b. 1 March 1841)
MotherEllen Maria Perry (b. about 1845, d. 23 March 1879)

BMDB Events

MarriageJames Arthur Perry Turnbull and Isabella Urquhart Holt were married.1
BirthJames Arthur Perry Turnbull was born on 22 September 1870 at Millbrook in New Norfolk, Tasmania, AustraliaG.2
DeathJames Arthur Perry Turnbull died about 1949 in Victoria, AustraliaG.3

Family: Isabella Urquhart Holt (b. about 1875, d. about 1944)

SonStanley Clive Perry Turnbull (b. about 1907, d. about 1975)

Citations

  1. [S6] BMD Victoria, Australia, D1944-02032, https://online.justice.vic.gov.au/bdm/indexsearch.doj.
  2. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-354
  3. [S6] BMD Victoria, Australia, D1949-10139, https://online.justice.vic.gov.au/bdm/indexsearch.doj.