4 Mar 2017                   

Husband: Thomas King died at age: 81 Ancestors
Relationship: Great Great Great Great Grandfather 1 (see note 1) Born: 19 Mar 1775 in Islesworth Middlesex England 2,3 Census: 1841 Listed in Census 4 Resided: 1841 in Twickenham Middlesex England 4 Occupation: 1841 Gardener 4 Occupation: 1872 Gardener 5 (see note 2) Died: Pre 1857 1 Father: Jonathon King (1740 - ) Mother: Sarah Whitehead (1740 - )
Wife: Elizabeth Novell Ancestors Married: 3 Jun 1793 in Ealing Middlesex England 6
Relationship: Great Great Great Great Grandmother Born: 1770 in Middlesex England 7 Resided: 1841 Listed in Census 4 Resided: 1841 in Twickenham Middlesex England 4 Census: 1851 Listed in Census 7 Resided: 1851 in 72 Back Lion Road Twickenham Middlesex England 7 Resided: 1857 Twickenham Middlesex England 1 (see note 3) Father: Henry Novell Mother: Sarah Vaughan
F Child 1: Sarah King 8 died at age: 75 Married name: Sarah Young Relationship: Great Great Great Grandmother Born: 1797 in Twickenham Middlesex England 7,1,5 Census: 1841 in Parish of Twickenham Middlesex England 4 (see note 4) Resided: 1841 in Twickenham Middlesex England 4 Census: 1851 Listed in Census 7 Resided: 1851 in Whitton Street Whitton Middlesex England 7 Immigrated: 28 Aug 1857 on the "Vocalist" 1 (see note 5) Occupation: 1857 Housekeeper 1 Religion: 1857 Church of England 1 Education: 1857 Could NOT read or write 1 Died: 20 Mar 1872 in Saint Leonards East - Sydney NSW 5 (see note 6) Cause of death: 20 Mar 1872 Apoplexy 5 Buried: 22 Mar 1872 in Cemetery: Crows Nest - Saint Thomas Rest Park Grave 28 - Sydney NSW 9,5 (see note 7) Occupation: 1872 Midwife 5 Husband: James Grant b. 1811 - 1816 d. Pre 1857 Married: 4 Feb 1834 in Ealing Middlesex England 10 (see note 8) Husband: William Young b. 1799 d. 9 Jun 1876 Married: 6 May 1821 in Ealing Middlesex England 11 (see note 9) Notes
Sources: (1) NSW Govt, Immigration Documents - Ship "Vocalist" (1857). (Copy on File) (2) Mavis Sibley, Letter - Islesworth Parish Records - Thomas King (1998). [letter on file] (3) Susan Pearce, Family History - KING Jonathon - Descendants of (2005). (Copy on File) (4) UK Govt, Census - 1841 England (1841). Census date was the night of 7 June 1841. (Copy on File) (5) NSW Govt, Death Certificate Sarah Young / Grant (nee King) (2694/1872). Informant: William Young, husband, of Milsons Point. (Copy on File) (6) Pallots Marriage Index for England 1780 - 1837, Thomas King and Elizabeth Novell (1793). [Copy on File] (7) UK Govt, Census - 1851 England (1851). Census dates were 30-31 March 1851, (Copy on File) (8) NSW Govt, Marriage certificate - Joseph Luck to Eliza Ann Grant (370/1859). [Copy on File] (9) St Thomas Anglican Church North Sydney NSW, Cemetery - St Thomas Anglican Church North Sydney (1872). (On File in Sarh King Folder) (10) Pallots Marriage Index for England 1780 - 1837, James Grant and Sarah Young (nee King) (1834). [Copy on File] (11) Marriage Register - Middlesex, (Copy on File) Event Notes Note (1) Thomas's name appears as the father of Sarah Young (nee King) on the Assisted Immigrants Board List for the Ship "Vocalist" 1857. Death Certificate of daughter Sarah Young (nee King) has her fathers name as Thomas King. Note (2) Death Certificate of daughter Sarah Young (nee King) has her fathers occupation as a Gardener. Note (3) Elizabeth Novell was still living in Twickenham England at the time of her daughter Sarahs emmigration to Australia. Note (4) Also on this Census is a mention to a Jane Young age 3, this cannot be Sarah's daughter as she was already married to James Grant. It could be one of her eldest daughters child from her first marriage to William Young. Jane Young has not been entered into the database as at 10/03/07 as I cannot make a connection. Note (5) Sarah King married William Young in 1821, William Young was convicted of a crime and sentenced to seven years transportation to Australia in 1832. Sarah remarried to James Grant in 1834. James Grant passed away and Sarah and two of her children Eliza Ann and Elizabeth (Betsy) from her marriage to James Grant then sailed to Australia to join her first husband William. Apparently it was legal to re-marry if your husband was sentenced to seven years or more in the Colonies Immigrated with her two daughters Eliza Ann Grant and Elizabeth (Betsy) Grant. Betsy's surname appears as Young on the Immigrants list. Husband William Young was living in Sydney NSW when she arrived. Agents Immigration Lists 1857 - Ship VOCALIST- List of Immigrants per Ship Vocalist - Arrived on the 28 Aug 1857 Wives of Persons resident in the Colony Name: Young Sarah -Age: 55 yrs -Calling: Housekeeper -Native Place and Country: Middlesex -Religion: CE -Read or Write: No---- Assisted Immigrants (Board List) 1857 Ship VOCALIST- List of Immigrants per Ship Vocalist, as inspected by the Immigration Board, on Arrived: 28 August 1857 Wife of a person resident in the Colony Name: Young Sarah -Age: 56 yrs -Calling: Housekeeper -Native place and Country: Twickenham, Middlesex -Parents names, and, if alive, their Residence: Thomas and Elizabeth, Father dead, Mother living at Twickenham -Religious Denomination: C of E -Read or Write: Neither -Relations in the Colony: Husband William Young living in Sydney. -State of Bodily health, strength, and probable usefulness: good -Any complaints regarding treatment on board this Ship: none -Remarks by Immigration Board: 20 pounds R Rem Note (6) Age on Death Certificate might be wrong as it appears she was born in 1797 making her age at the time of her death 75. The informant for her death certificate was William Young, husband, of Milsons Point. None of the children born to Sarah and James Grant are listed on the death certificate. Note (7) Headstone Inscription - Could not find any Headstone The cemetery was changed when an expressway passed thru the area and many headstones were removed. Note (8) The bride Sarah Young (nee King) is noted as being a "Widow". Her first husband, William Young was actually still alive but had been transported to Australia as a Convict. Apparently a wife could remarry if her husband had been transported as a Convict for seven years or more. Note (9) Middlesex Marriage Index William Young and Sarah King, 1834. Point of interest is Sarah King married William Young in 1821, William Young was convicted of a crime and sentenced to seven years transportation to Australia. Sarah remarried to James Grant in 1834. James Grant passed away and Sarah and two of her children then sailed to Australia to join her first husband William. Apparently it was legal to re-marry if your husband was sentenced to seven years or more in the Colonies. Note: Click the link below if there is no MAIN MENU at the top of the Page http://warwicktaylor.com/fam-hist Note: Personal details of living persons have been omitted Note: AGES are only accurate if a death year is known Name Index