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Bryan Overend (abt. 1785)

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Bryan Overend
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Husband of — married in Sydney, New South Walesmap
Died [date unknown] [location unknown]
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Biography

Bryan Overend. [1][2][3][4][5]

Event: Arrival 12 JUL 1806. Sydney, New South Wales. Map: Latitude: S33.8833. Longitude: E151.2167. [6][7] Transportation for 7 years. Convicted ABT 1805. Lancaster, Lancashire, England. Map: Latitude: N54.0484. Longitude: W2.799. [8][9] Pardon 1 JAN 1812. Sydney, New South Wales. Map: Latitude: S33.8833. Longitude: E151.2167. [10]

Immigration: On the "Fortune". 12 JUL 1806. Sydney, New South Wales. Map: Latitude: S33.8833. Longitude: E151.2167. [11][12]

Emigration: On the "Fortune". 28 JAN 1806. England Map: Latitude: N52.5898. Longitude: W1.4611. [13]

Occupation: Convict, Ship's master. [14]

Marriage Husband Bryan Overend. Wife Sarah Holloway. Child: Elizabeth Overend. Child: William Overend. Separated: BET 1809 AND 1810. Sydney, New South Wales. Map: Latitude: S33.8833. Longitude: E151.2167. Marriage ABT 1807. Sydney, New South Wales. Map: Latitude: S33.8833. Longitude: E151.2167. [15][16][17]

Husband Bryan Overend. Marriage 1810 Sydney, New South Wales. Map: Latitude: S33.8833. Longitude: E151.2167. [18][19]

Sources

  1. Source: #S250 State Archives NSW; Series: NRS 12188; Item: [4/4004]; Microfiche: 632
  2. Source: #S40
  3. Source: #S162
  4. Source: #S164 Class: HO 27; Piece: 1; Page: 69
  5. Source: #S1
  6. Source: #S250 State Archives NSW; Series: NRS 12188; Item: [4/4004]; Microfiche: 632
  7. Source: #S162
  8. Source: #S56 Sarah and Bryan Overend From a check of the musters and other indexes, it would appear that there was only one adult Sarah Anderson alive in Sydney during the period 1806 to 1825. Assuming this to be correct then Sarah had at least two children to Bryan Overend (variously speltBrian Overand/Overhead/Overhand) a convict who arrived on the Fortunein 1806 having been convicted at Lancaster and given transportation for 7 years(1). Sarah and Bryan were the parents of William born on 15 May 1808 and baptised on 7 August 1808 at Sydney (2), and Elizabethborn on 12 December 1809 and baptised on 3 August 1810 at Sydney (3).Sadly Elizabeth died within days of being baptised and was buried on 10 August 1810 (4), probably in the Old Sydney Burial Ground where theSydney Town Hall stands today. This then explains the third child as in 1814 Sarah would have been the mother of James aged about 11 years, Thomas aged about 9 years, and William aged 6 years. It seems that the relationship between Sarah and Bryan ended in 1809 or 1810 for Bryan married Catherine McNalty in 1810 (5). Then on 25 August 1810 Bryan Overend, master of the Lady Nelson, swore in Court that he was thefather of the illegitimate male child of Sarah Anderson (6). Bryan was appointed the master of the Lady Nelson on 27 May 1809. He was also the master of the Estramina in 1814, and may have been an officer of the brig Emu in 1815 (7). He then disappears from the records. His wife Catherine is listed in the NSW 1828 Census by herself. The following entries appear in the General Muster for 1822 (8) - James Anderson, Came Free, Seaman, Colonial Brig Elizabeth, Sydney Thomas Anderson, Born in Colony, Apprentice, Dock Yard, Sydney William Anderson, Born in Colony, Apprentice, R Uther, Sydney.
  9. Source: #S249 Title: Overand, Bryan Description: Bryan Overand, one of 306 convicts transported on the Fortune and Alexander, January 1806 Sentence Details: Convicted at Lancaster, Liverpool Quarter Sessions for a term of 7 years. Vessel: Fortune and Alexander (Ship) Date of Departure: January 1806 Place of Arrival: New South Wales Source: Australian Joint Copying Project Microfilm Roll 87, Class and Piece Number HO11/1, Page Number 372 Creator: Great Britain. Home Office Publisher: State Library of Queensland Digital ID: ctr-093464 Rights: Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2. 5 Australia License Is Part Of: Convict Transportation Register
  10. Source: #S44 Name: OVERAND Bryan Date: 1/1/1812 Details: Certificate of Emancipation Page: 318 Item: [4/4427] COD: COD18 Reel: 601 Tickets of leave, emancipation, and pardon records, 1810-19
  11. Source: #S44 Arrival: 12 Jul 1806 Vessell: Fortune (1) Master: Henry Moore Sailed: 28.01.06 From: England Bound: [4/4004] Reel: 393 Fiche: 632 COD: COD 139 Muster & Other: [2/8259 p.271] Reel: 2421
  12. Source: #S56 Sarah and Bryan Overend From a check of the musters and other indexes, it would appear that there was only one adult Sarah Anderson alive in Sydney during the period 1806 to 1825. Assuming this to be correct then Sarah had at least two children to Bryan Overend (variously speltBrian Overand/Overhead/Overhand) a convict who arrived on the Fortunein 1806 having been convicted at Lancaster and given transportation for 7 years(1). Sarah and Bryan were the parents of William born on 15 May 1808 and baptised on 7 August 1808 at Sydney (2), and Elizabethborn on 12 December 1809 and baptised on 3 August 1810 at Sydney (3).Sadly Elizabeth died within days of being baptised and was buried on 10 August 1810 (4), probably in the Old Sydney Burial Ground where theSydney Town Hall stands today. This then explains the third child as in 1814 Sarah would have been the mother of James aged about 11 years, Thomas aged about 9 years, and William aged 6 years. It seems that the relationship between Sarah and Bryan ended in 1809 or 1810 for Bryan married Catherine McNalty in 1810 (5). Then on 25 August 1810 Bryan Overend, master of the Lady Nelson, swore in Court that he was thefather of the illegitimate male child of Sarah Anderson (6). Bryan was appointed the master of the Lady Nelson on 27 May 1809. He was also the master of the Estramina in 1814, and may have been an officer of the brig Emu in 1815 (7). He then disappears from the records. His wife Catherine is listed in the NSW 1828 Census by herself. The following entries appear in the General Muster for 1822 (8) - James Anderson, Came Free, Seaman, Colonial Brig Elizabeth, Sydney Thomas Anderson, Born in Colony, Apprentice, Dock Yard, Sydney William Anderson, Born in Colony, Apprentice, R Uther, Sydney.
  13. Source: #S44 Arrival: 12 Jul 1806 Vessell: Fortune (1) Master: Henry Moore Sailed: 28.01.06 From: England Bound: [4/4004] Reel: 393 Fiche: 632 COD: COD 139 Muster & Other: [2/8259 p.271] Reel: 2421
  14. Source: #S56 Sarah and Bryan Overend From a check of the musters and other indexes, it would appear that there was only one adult Sarah Anderson alive in Sydney during the period 1806 to 1825. Assuming this to be correct then Sarah had at least two children to Bryan Overend (variously speltBrian Overand/Overhead/Overhand) a convict who arrived on the Fortunein 1806 having been convicted at Lancaster and given transportation for 7 years(1). Sarah and Bryan were the parents of William born on 15 May 1808 and baptised on 7 August 1808 at Sydney (2), and Elizabethborn on 12 December 1809 and baptised on 3 August 1810 at Sydney (3).Sadly Elizabeth died within days of being baptised and was buried on 10 August 1810 (4), probably in the Old Sydney Burial Ground where theSydney Town Hall stands today. This then explains the third child as in 1814 Sarah would have been the mother of James aged about 11 years, Thomas aged about 9 years, and William aged 6 years. It seems that the relationship between Sarah and Bryan ended in 1809 or 1810 for Bryan married Catherine McNalty in 1810 (5). Then on 25 August 1810 Bryan Overend, master of the Lady Nelson, swore in Court that he was thefather of the illegitimate male child of Sarah Anderson (6). Bryan was appointed the master of the Lady Nelson on 27 May 1809. He was also the master of the Estramina in 1814, and may have been an officer of the brig Emu in 1815 (7). He then disappears from the records. His wife Catherine is listed in the NSW 1828 Census by herself. The following entries appear in the General Muster for 1822 (8) - James Anderson, Came Free, Seaman, Colonial Brig Elizabeth, Sydney Thomas Anderson, Born in Colony, Apprentice, Dock Yard, Sydney William Anderson, Born in Colony, Apprentice, R Uther, Sydney.
  15. Source: #S56 Sarah and Bryan Overend From a check of the musters and other indexes, it would appear that there was only one adult Sarah Anderson alive in Sydney during the period 1806 to 1825. Assuming this to be correct then Sarah had at least two children to Bryan Overend (variously speltBrian Overand/Overhead/Overhand) a convict who arrived on the Fortunein 1806 having been convicted at Lancaster and given transportation for 7 years(1). Sarah and Bryan were the parents of William born on 15 May 1808 and baptised on 7 August 1808 at Sydney (2), and Elizabethborn on 12 December 1809 and baptised on 3 August 1810 at Sydney (3).Sadly Elizabeth died within days of being baptised and was buried on 10 August 1810 (4), probably in the Old Sydney Burial Ground where theSydney Town Hall stands today. This then explains the third child as in 1814 Sarah would have been the mother of James aged about 11 years, Thomas aged about 9 years, and William aged 6 years. It seems that the relationship between Sarah and Bryan ended in 1809 or 1810 for Bryan married Catherine McNalty in 1810 (5). Then on 25 August 1810 Bryan Overend, master of the Lady Nelson, swore in Court that he was thefather of the illegitimate male child of Sarah Anderson (6). Bryan was appointed the master of the Lady Nelson on 27 May 1809. He was also the master of the Estramina in 1814, and may have been an officer of the brig Emu in 1815 (7). He then disappears from the records. His wife Catherine is listed in the NSW 1828 Census by herself. The following entries appear in the General Muster for 1822 (8) - James Anderson, Came Free, Seaman, Colonial Brig Elizabeth, Sydney Thomas Anderson, Born in Colony, Apprentice, Dock Yard, Sydney William Anderson, Born in Colony, Apprentice, R Uther, Sydney.
  16. Source: #S6 Marriage: OVERAND BRYAN MCNALTY CATHARINE CA V18101115 3A/1810 V1810177 5/1810
  17. Source: #S56 Sarah and Bryan Overend From a check of the musters and other indexes, it would appear that there was only one adult Sarah Anderson alive in Sydney during the period 1806 to 1825. Assuming this to be correct then Sarah had at least two children to Bryan Overend (variously speltBrian Overand/Overhead/Overhand) a convict who arrived on the Fortunein 1806 having been convicted at Lancaster and given transportation for 7 years(1). Sarah and Bryan were the parents of William born on 15 May 1808 and baptised on 7 August 1808 at Sydney (2), and Elizabethborn on 12 December 1809 and baptised on 3 August 1810 at Sydney (3).Sadly Elizabeth died within days of being baptised and was buried on 10 August 1810 (4), probably in the Old Sydney Burial Ground where theSydney Town Hall stands today. This then explains the third child as in 1814 Sarah would have been the mother of James aged about 11 years, Thomas aged about 9 years, and William aged 6 years. It seems that the relationship between Sarah and Bryan ended in 1809 or 1810 for Bryan married Catherine McNalty in 1810 (5). Then on 25 August 1810 Bryan Overend, master of the Lady Nelson, swore in Court that he was thefather of the illegitimate male child of Sarah Anderson (6). Bryan was appointed the master of the Lady Nelson on 27 May 1809. He was also the master of the Estramina in 1814, and may have been an officer of the brig Emu in 1815 (7). He then disappears from the records. His wife Catherine is listed in the NSW 1828 Census by herself. The following entries appear in the General Muster for 1822 (8) - James Anderson, Came Free, Seaman, Colonial Brig Elizabeth, Sydney Thomas Anderson, Born in Colony, Apprentice, Dock Yard, Sydney William Anderson, Born in Colony, Apprentice, R Uther, Sydney.
  18. Source: #S56 Sarah and Bryan Overend From a check of the musters and other indexes, it would appear that there was only one adult Sarah Anderson alive in Sydney during the period 1806 to 1825. Assuming this to be correct then Sarah had at least two children to Bryan Overend (variously speltBrian Overand/Overhead/Overhand) a convict who arrived on the Fortunein 1806 having been convicted at Lancaster and given transportation for 7 years(1). Sarah and Bryan were the parents of William born on 15 May 1808 and baptised on 7 August 1808 at Sydney (2), and Elizabethborn on 12 December 1809 and baptised on 3 August 1810 at Sydney (3).Sadly Elizabeth died within days of being baptised and was buried on 10 August 1810 (4), probably in the Old Sydney Burial Ground where theSydney Town Hall stands today. This then explains the third child as in 1814 Sarah would have been the mother of James aged about 11 years, Thomas aged about 9 years, and William aged 6 years. It seems that the relationship between Sarah and Bryan ended in 1809 or 1810 for Bryan married Catherine McNalty in 1810 (5). Then on 25 August 1810 Bryan Overend, master of the Lady Nelson, swore in Court that he was thefather of the illegitimate male child of Sarah Anderson (6). Bryan was appointed the master of the Lady Nelson on 27 May 1809. He was also the master of the Estramina in 1814, and may have been an officer of the brig Emu in 1815 (7). He then disappears from the records. His wife Catherine is listed in the NSW 1828 Census by herself. The following entries appear in the General Muster for 1822 (8) - James Anderson, Came Free, Seaman, Colonial Brig Elizabeth, Sydney Thomas Anderson, Born in Colony, Apprentice, Dock Yard, Sydney William Anderson, Born in Colony, Apprentice, R Uther, Sydney.
  19. Source: #S1
  • Source: S1 Ancestry.com Australia Marriage Index, 1788-1950 Publication: Name: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.Original data - Compiled from publicly available sources.Original data: Compiled from publicly available sources.; Repository: #R36
  • Repository: R36 Ancestry.com
  • Source: S162 Ancestry.com New South Wales, Australia Convict Ship Muster Rolls and Related Records, 1790-1849 Publication: Name: Ancestry.com Operations Inc; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2008; Repository: #R36
  • Source: S164 Ancestry.com England & Wales, Criminal Registers, 1791-1892 Publication: Name: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2009. This collection was indexed by Ancestry World Archives Project contributors.Original data - Home Office: Criminal Registers, Middlesex and Home Office: Criminal Registers, England and ; Repository: #R37
  • Repository: R37 Ancestry.com.au
  • Source: S249 Convict Transportation Registers Repository: #R30
  • Repository: R30 Queensland State Library
  • Source: S250 Ancestry.com New South Wales, Australia, Convict Indents, 1788-1842 Publication: Name: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2011; Repository: #R36
  • Source: S40 Ancestry.com Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922 Publication: Name: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.Original data - Compiled from publicly available sources.Original data: Compiled from publicly available sources.; Repository: #R36
  • Source: S44 NSW State Records
  • Source: S56 Grahame Thom - web site Repository: #R13
  • Repository: R13 Grahame Thom


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