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John Addinsall (1814 - 1883)

John Addinsall
Born in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England, United Kingdommap
Husband of — married 3 Jun 1841 in Leicester, Leicestershire, England, United Kingdommap
Husband of — married 30 Apr 1857 in Hamilton, Victoria, Australiamap
Descendants descendants
Died in Mooralla, Victoria, Australiamap
Profile last modified | Created 16 Jun 2017 | Last significant change: 31 May 2021
12:40: Clare Spring edited the Biography for John Addinsall (1814-1883). [Thank Clare for this]
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Biography

John Addinsall and his first wife Mary (Derry) Addinsall with four children arrived in Melbourne on 2nd Oct 1853. on the ship "Oithona", from Southhampton. The fare was 5 pounds and took 93 days. Both sets of children grew up together.[1]

Mary died in May 1854.[citation needed]

John remarried on 30 April 1857 in Hamilton, Victoria, to Mary Savin.[2] Their children were:[citation needed]

John died on 4 November 1883 in Mooralla, Victoria.[citation needed]

Sources

  1. Public Record Office of Victoria - Search Terms: Oithona - Filter: Addinsal
    Age Book Month Page Ship Year Name
    38 10 OCT 146 OITHONA 1853 ADDINSALL, JOHN
    30 10 OCT 146 OITHONA 1853 ADDINSALL, MARY
    10 10 OCT 146 OITHONA 1853 ADDINSALL, ELIZABETH
    7 10 OCT 146 OITHONA 1853 ADDINSALL, SUSAN
    5 10 OCT 146 OITHONA 1853 ADDINSALL, JOHN D
    1 10 OCT 146 OITHONA 1853 ADDINSALL, MARY J
  2. Marriage record: 1403 / 1857. BDM Victoria. https://www.bdm.vic.gov.au/research-and-family-history/search-your-family-history.
    (John ADDINSALL and Mary SAVIN)


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