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101 bet. 1802-1804 (see 1820 Census) St. John, Lewis (I11172)
102 between 1775-1784 St. John, Abner (I11170)
103 between 1902-1910; Sarah is widowed in 1910 and living with her brother Robert Goodson. Farlow, William Edwin (I8340)
104 Birth
1220 abt.
Lageham, Surrey, , England,
BIRTH: Date/Range 1210-1230: A minor in 1230 (father's death year). 
St. John, Roger of Stanton-St. John (I10612)
105 Birth
Headington, Oxfordshire, England
KINSHIP: Son and heir 
St. John, Roger (I10616)
106 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. St. John, D.L. (I11719)
107 book link for more information: St. John, Thaddeus (OSA0837D)
108 born between 1860 (parent's marriage) and 1865 (father's death) St. John, George (OSA3042E)
109 Burial James H. St. John Nov. 27, 1827 New York, USADeath: Dec. 2, 1895 Anderson Madison County Indiana, USA Son of Henry and Mary St. John Burial: South Park Cemetery Greensburg Decatur County Indiana, USA Find A Grave Memorial# 48334632 St. John, 2nd Lt. James Henry (OSA3070)
110 Carmynou Carminow, Oliver Knight (I11656)
111 Cartae et alia munimenta quae ad dominium de Glamorganicia pertinent [Glamorgan Charters] (1910), Clark, Godfrey L., editor, (6 volumes. Cardif: William Lewis, 1910), FHL book 942.97 N2c; FHL microfiche 6035732-603573., vol. 4 p. 1469. St. John, John (I) (I104783185)
112 Category should be CENSUS not birth of daughter, Hannah! [SS. 30 Aug 2014] St. John, 2nd Lt. James Henry (OSA3070)
113 Census says Aug 1850
Obituary says aged 99 30 Jul 1940

First MARY
Middle ST. JOHN
Age 99
Year 1940
Month 7
Day 30
Page 02
Paper Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana TRIBUNE
_____, Mary F (I104783106)
114 Chancery: Inquisitions Post Mortem, Series I, Edward II. Detailed descriptions at item level. Items are dated by the date of the writ...

Date: 9 Jul 1322 - 7 Jul 1323

Reference: C 134/76/7
John de Sancto Johanne (St John) of Lageham (Lagham): Oxfordshire (including assignment of dower), Berkshire, Surrey
Date: 16 Edw II
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record
Language: Latin 
St. John, 2nd Baron of Lageham John (I10610)
115 Chancery: Inquisitions Post Mortem, Series I, Edward II. Detailed descriptions at item level. Items are dated by the date of the writ...

Date 8 Jul 1315 - 7 Jul 1316

Reference: C 134/52/10
John de Sancto Johanne (St John) of Lageham (Lagham), the elder: Berkshire, Surrey, Oxfordshire
Date: 9 Edw II
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record
Language: Latin 
St. John, 1st Baron of Lageham John Knight, of Lageham & Instow (SSH0010)
116 children as Elizabeth, Thomas, Robert, Eleanor, John and Hugh 2nd EArl of Devon de Port-St. John, Agnes wife of Hugh de Courtney? (I10663)
117 Children of John Wynne & Mary "Polly" St. John:
1. Sarah "Sallie" Wynne 1796-1868, m. Robert Beene
2. Thomas Wynne 1800-1839, m. Nancy Sweeten; she m. #2 Jesse Beene
3. John Berry Wynne, 1800-1864, m. Margaret "Peggy" Kennedy
4. Matthew Wynne 1809-1839, m. Nancy Beene d/o Obadiah Beene and Barbara Heifner
5. James Monroe Wynne, abt 1810, m. Sarah Beene
6. Anderson Wynne, abt 1810, m Sarah; on 1850 census they were enumerated in St Francois Co, Missouri; on 1860 census they were enumerated in Hartville, Wright Co, Missouri
7. Obediah Wynne abt 1811-1865, m. Frances "Fanny" Kirk. He was killed by John C. Fremont's soldiers in Missouri during the War.
8. unknown daughter b. abt 1814
9. Nancy Wynne, 1815-aft 1890, m. James Gober. 
St. John, Mary (SSH5000)
118 Children:
Nancy St. John m. Andrew Whitiker
Susan C St. John, youngest daughter

Two grandchildren named in will

Berry Blankenbeckler
Claiborne Blankenbeckler
Nancy Blankenbeckler 
St. John, Berry (OSA5005)
119 Christopher St. John (2) is listed as the son of Thomas St. John and Jane Mathew in the wills of Christopher St. John (1) d. 1616 and Robert Mathew d. 1608, their fathers respectively and Christopher 2's grandfathers. Family F4328
120 Christopher St. John aged 17 in Sep 1564, 9 months after his father William St. John died. Petitioning to be the seated lord of Uchel-olau since under age of majority. Birth after 23 Sep 1547 to 23 Sep 1548 St. John, Christopher Esquire (SSH0002)
121 Church of Osney
1190 c. ?
Gave the Church of Barton to the Monks of Osney, c. 1190 (Regist. de Osney No 143). 
St. John, Roger (I10616)
122 Church of Osney
Confirmed his father's grants to Osney (Reg. de Osney, No 130). 
St. John, John (I10614)
123 Civil War Town Clerk's Register of Men Who served has DOB as Feb 14, 1838. (He might have lied about age to appear older?) St. John, Thomas (OSA1729B)
124 Clerk, Vice-official of Llandaf
1262 Feb ? Age: 42
Glamorgan, Wales
The Harley Charter 75 A. 40 (C. CXLIX)
The Harley Charter 75 A. 40 (C. CXLIX) contains the examination of witnesses and depositions of the same, produced on behalf of the Abbot and Convent of Margam in St. John's Church, Cardiff, before the Prior of Taleletho, or Talley (a Cistercian Monastery in co. Carmarthen), commissary of the Abbot of Wigmore, co. Hereford, and Master Geoffrey de Burgo, Canon of Llandaff, judges appointed by the Pope to hear the appeal moved between the said Abbey of Margam and St. Peter's Abbey, Gloucester, on Wednesday after the Feast of St. Agatha (i.e., 8th February), A.D. 1262 for 1263.
Viz., evidence of Frater John Comyn, monk of Margam, concerning Philip de Lulliwelle, proctor of Margam, who moved before the Rural Dean of Llandaff in a cause touching the tithes of the Abbey of Margam in the parish of Lankaruan, that it should be reduced to writing, but it had been by Margam referred to the Roman Court ; of William Sortes, monk of Margam ; of Philip de Kaermardin, monk of Margam ; of Nicholaus de Kanetone, phisicus ; of John de Novavilla, monk of Margam ; and of Roger de Staunton, clerk, Vice-official of Llandaff. There were also present John Peruat, John Du, and others, when the motion was overruled.
It would appear that the appointed judges decided the cause in favour of Margam Abbey, and fined the Abbot of Gloucester ^100; for the next writing we have on record in relation to the matter is a deed containing the certificate (T. 180 ; C. Ml) of the Dean of Grunuth to the Prior of Tallyletho, commissary of the Abbot of Wigmore, and to Master Geoffrey de Burgo, Canon of Landaff, judges delegated by the Pope, that he has thrice formally warned the Abbot and Convent of St. Peter, Gloucester, to pay to Margam Abbey, before St. Andrew's Day next, under penalty of ecclesiastical censure, the sum of ;ioo fine imposed by the said judges for rash and calumnious vexation. Dated on the Octave of St. James, i Aug. 1265 
St. John, Roger of Stanton-St. John (I10612)
125 Complete Peerage 7 (1929): 459 (sub Latimer) states that Sir Thomas Griffin, de jure Lord Latimer, married "Jane, younger daughter and coheiress of Richard Newton, of Court of Wick in Yatton, Somerset. She died in 1558." END OF QUOTE. Family F4801
126 Could he be 1040a Reuben St. John (James, John, Job, Samuel) b. 22 Nov 1809 d. in 1845; m. 29 Jan 1829 Sarah Jack and had James b. 1829 and Eliza J b. 1832 (as a first wife and set of kids) 6 Apr 2016 Suzanne St. John St. John, Reuben Smith (I11795)
127 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I102)
128 Cyrus St John in the U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007

Name: Cyrus St John
Birth Date: 17 Oct 1891
Claim Date: 4 Dec 1956
Type of Claim: Life Claim
Notes: 04 Dec 1956:
Name listed as CYRUS ST JOHN

Source Information U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., 2015.
Original data: Social Security Applications and Claims, 1936-2007. 
St. John, Cyrus (M or W) Jr. (I104783210)
129 Date of Inventory 24 Feb 1762 Keeler, David (I370)
130 date of probate de Port-St. John, John Knight, of Bletso (I8846)
131 date will probated St. John, Yeoman James J. S. (OSA0010)
132 Date: 25 DEC 1706
Place: Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut
Note: [Fairfield County, Connecticut, Probate Court will book for 1706]
In the name of God Amen. December twenty-fifth, One Thousand Seven Hundred and Six. I, John Bouton, Senior, of ye town of Norwalk in the county of Fairfield, Colony of Connecticut, being by the hand of God upon me weak and infirm of body but of perfect mind and memory (thanks be given unto God Therefor) calling unto mind ye mortality of body, and knowing that it is appointed unto all men once to die - Do make and ordain this my last will and Testament.
Principally and first of all I give and recommend my soul into the hands of God who gave it, and my body I recommend to the earth, after death, to be decently and Christianlike buried at the discretion of my friends, nothing doubting but at ye general resurrection I shall receive the same again by the mighty power of God.
And as touching such worldly estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me in this life, I give, demise and dispose of the same in following manner and form: After my just debts and funeral charges are paid and legacys payd and discharged.
Imprimus: I do give unto Mary Bouton, my beloved wife, half my homestead and the whole house and half my barn, that side of my home lot of land at fruitful spring, and also I doe give to my said wife two cows and all my movable estate, as shall or may remain when all debts and dues are paid, as abovesaid. Also my will is that what movable estate I had of her at marriage with her shall not be inventoried as my estate, but to remain to all the above mentioned estate I doe give unto her during her natural life.
Item: I do give to my grandchild, John Bouton, of Danbury, the sum of five shillings.
Item: I do give unto my son Matthew Bouton, besides what I have already given him as portion, the sum of five shillings.
Item: I do give to my son Joseph Bouton and to his assigns all my right, title and interest in land lying near Ebenezer Canfield's land over the river in the bounds of Norwalke; also my part in barren Marsh creek, he paying to my daughter Abigail Smith the sum of five pounds.
Item: I do give to my daughter Rachell Sension, besides what she has had as portion already, the sum of five shillings.
Item: I doe give unto my daughter Abigail Smith the sum of five shillings.
Item: I doe give unto my daughter Hannah Betts the sum of five pounds, to be paid by Joseph Bouton as above said and my two sons Thomas and Richard Bouton equally between them when they shall attain the age of twenty-three years.
Item: I doe give unto my son Thomas Bouton and to his assigns my Cove lot: also half my meadow lying on west of ye Cove over the river in the bounds of Norwalk: also one-half of my land lying between the parts of Norwalk river, near ye staddles, being in quantity eighteen acres and a half of land; also seven acres at Cranberry Plains in ye borders of Norwalk; also five acres of land in ye Indian fields; also half a meadow above Silver Mines, so called.
Item: I doe give unto my daughter Elizabeth Waring, to be paid by my two sons Thomas and Richard Bouton, equally between them when they shall attain to the age of twenty-three years, the sum of five pounds.
Item: I doe give my son Richard Bouton and his assigns that lot lying in the field behind Moor, so called, near ye swamp called Bouton's swamp; also half of my meadow on ye west of the Cove; also half my land between ye parts of the Norwalk river, being eighteen acres and a half; also seven acres at Cranberry Plains; also half of my meadow above Silver Mines, so called; also half of my swamp and meadow east of Pine Hill lyin in the common field.
Item: I do give to my daughter Mary Bouton the sum of five pounds, to be paid by my two sons Thomas and Richard Bouton when they shall have attained the age of twenty-three years.
Item: I doe give to my three sons Joseph, Thomas and Richard Bouton my whole right of bogg lying on the mill brook and all my commonage equally to be devided between them.
Item: The half of my home lot not given to my wife and half of ye barn not given I doe give to my two sons Thomas and Richard Bouton and their assigns equally between them.
I doe give to my two sons Thomas and Richard twenty acres of land lying on ye east side of Five Mile river equally between them; and furthermore I do make and ordain my beloved wife and my son Joseph Bouton administrators of this my will, and that this is my last will and testament, revoking and making void any and all former wills and settlements that have been by me made. In testimony whereof, I, John Bouton, Senior, have set to my hand and seal the day and year above written. Ye signment John Buton (Seal)
Note: Mary was the widow of Jonathan Stevenson who died in November 1689. On July 16, 1684, Jonathan Stevenson had married Mary, the widow of Thomas Allen of New Jersey. 
Button, John Sr. (I36)
133 Dating is non-verifiable. There could be a missing generation here held by Roger d'Ivry.

Rodul d'Ivry b. abt. 950- d. 1015 (previous generation)
Raoul d'Ivry de Sancto Johanne b. abt. 970-bef. 1015
Roger d'Ivry b. abt. 1000-1035 (possible missing generation)

Dating based on previous historian suppositions and not based on primary dated information.
d'Ivry, Raoul de Sancto Johanne (I10624)
134 David's son Adam de la Bere, of Knolston, in Gower witnessed a deed signed at Weobley itself, confirming the castle's existence by 1318. David de la Bere was still in Wales at this time - he is recorded as having been attacked by the men of Henry, Earl of Lancaster (d. 22 Sep 1345). He died sometime during the mid-1300s; John was his heir. (This John de la Bere (II) could be his grandson or nephew according to some claims) Ada de la Bere, probably the same person, appears as a witness to a deed in 1334, vide Hist. of West Gower, part i, p.72.
a. John de la Bere
de la Bere, Adam of Knolston in Gower (SSH3122)
135 Death
1214 ?
Wokingham, Berkshire, England
DEATH: Date Shortly before 23 May 1214, when the manor of Swallowfield was assignmed for the maintenance of Cecily his widow (Cl.16 Joh.p 3.m 6). 
St. John, Roger (I10616)
136 Death
1230 ? Age: 34
Osaney Abbey, Headington, Oxford, England
died before 23 Jan 1229-1230 / DEATH: Date Shortly before 23 Jan 1230, when Geoffrey le Despenser gave £100 for the custody of his lands and heir (Rot.fin.14 Hen.3. m 9). 
St. John, John (I10614)
137 Death
1265 4 Aug ? Age: 45
Evesham, Worcestershire, , England
DEATH: Unnatural Slain at Evesham, 4 Aug 1265 (Ann.Oseney, fo 71b). 
St. John, Roger of Stanton-St. John (I10612)
138 Death
abt. 1802 • Caswell County, North Carolina, USA
Listed as Insolvent in 1802: an incapacity to pay debt, bankrupt or where liabilities exceed assets. 
de Port-St. John, Reverend Richard Sr., of Beaufort, South Carolina, USA (I12178)
139 Death Certificate says 2 Oct 1916 Wilkinson, Sarah Rebecca Skinner (1570)
Cal. Inq. Post Mortem V. XV, 1-7 Richard II, 110 says this John died without issue beyond the seas; wife contests circa 1581-1584 with her son John but loses; Henry (Oliver's brother) then obtains East Luccombe. 
St. John, John (I) (I104783185)
141 Dictionary of National Biography, volumes 1-20, 22 for John St. John

St. John, John (1746-1793), author; nephew of first Viscount Bolingbroke; educated at Trinity College, Oxford; barrister, Middle Temple, 1770; M.P., Newport, Isle of Wight, 1773-4 and 1780-4, and Eye, 1774-80; published 'mary Queen of Scots,' a tragedy produced at Drury Lane, London, by Mrs. Siddons and Kemble, 1789, and other works. [I. 148] 
de Port-St. John, John (I105550349)
142 died after 5 Apr 1710 and before 25 Jul 1712
**On 5 Apr 1710 Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA: Matthias, Sr. deeded land to son [OSA0026] Samuel [NLR-4:107].
**Samuel received No. 1 lot of No 16 [his fathers] (from division of Matthias Home lot 16), July 25, 1712.  
St. John, Mathias (I104783358)
143 died before 9 Feb 1489/90 de Port-St. John, John Esq. of Bletso (I8822)
144 died s.p. (without issue) St. John, Sir John (V) Knight of Weobley Castle, Llanrhidian, Glamorgan (I11614)
145 Does not appear in 1810 Census or on any additional town records. Same for his brother Job; however, Job turned up in Washington, Virginia in 1790 and 1791 after suspected he died. Since Ebenezer remained in Ulster a decade later, he likely did not move with Job and probably died about 1805 plus or minus 5 years. St. John, Private Ebenezer Sr. (OSA0081A)
146 EDWARD ST. JOHN, Alleged son, I11747 John I, Roger, John, Roger, John, Raoul, Rodulf, Esperleng (born about 1285) was listed “Sancto Johanne, Sir Edward de, clerk, R. of Tawstock, 25 May, 1312; 71b.” (The Register of Water de Stapledon, Bishop of Exeter, A.D. 1307-1326). Resigns; 82 St. John, Edward Alleged (I11747)
147 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Roe, E.W. (SSH12453)
148 Elizabeth, wife of John Raymond and dau. of Samuel St. John, dec., is mentioned in a deed, 1722. St. John, Elizabeth (OSA0020)
149 Email from Michael Patrick St. John to Suzanne St. John:

Michael STJohn
Attachments [see media]

Hello Suzanne,
Nice to here from you.
I'm recovering from my second heart attack within the last 12 months so I'm a little slow at the moment.
I'd left the St John tree alone for awhile and been looking at my "Connell" family from Summerhill, County Meath. Compared to the St John's they are easier to trace in Aust, although being nice catholics they breed like rabbits!

Thanks for the attachments, I'm aware of most of it, but again thanks.

It's always hard to determine how much to give to fellow researchers or how much they want. some people are only after their line , others want everything.

I have only found 3 early James St John's in AUST ( before 1852 ) they are,

1/ James St John ( I refer to him as J1) the convict, arrived via the " King William" arrived in Aust 1840 to serve 7 years.

2/ James St John ( J2). The son of J1 & his Irish wife Honora ( nee O'Neill). Arrived in AUST 1852 as an immigrant aboard the "Kate". on board also his sisters Eliza ( I read her as Elizabeth) & Bridget. These girls families are on the "tree" I sent you.
By the way another daughter, Johanna ( Judith??) also came to AUST via "The Victory" which arrived in Freemantle, in the state of WA,AUST 1854.

3/ James St John ( J3) died at Yass, in the state of NSW,AUST 26Feb1877. According to his death cert he had lived in AUST for 37 years, that makes him arriving in 1840.

Now, before I look at some detail on each James I'm attaching the following,

1/ The death cert of J3 who was 81 when he died.
2/ The death cert of Mary DARLING (nee Oats) J1's AUST wife he married in 1852.
3/ The marriage cert of James Walter St John , The son of J1 & Mary Darling.
4/ Tipperary Family History Research ( TFHR) doc confirming the marriage of James St John & Honora O'Neill, married 9Aug1821.
5/ TFHR doc of the Baptism of John & Elizabeth St JOHN, children of James & Honora. ( Note: I think you would know this but sometimes in IRE they " dropped" the "O" when recording info, something to do with the English wanting to "angelise" Irish names I've read somewhere).
6/ TFHR doc of the Baptism of Judith & Bridget St JOHN, children of James & Honora.
7/ TFHR doc of the Baptism of Michael St JOHN, son of James & Honora.

J1 Comments:-

We know that J1 was transported & arrived in AUST 1840 to serve 7 years. He got his Cert of freedom 7April1847. He was married to Mary Darling ( nee Oats) @ St Mary's RC church in Sydney 16 Jan 1854. All his transport & convict records point to him being born abt 1800.

J2 Comments:-

James the son of J1 & Honora together with 2 of his sisters, Eliza ( ??? maybe the Elizabeth in 5/ above slight difference of only 3 years in their ages) & Bridget aboard the "Kate" arriving in AUST 1852. I've not been able to find any other details on J2, No death,burial , marriage or children anywhere in any State of AUST. He disappears. I am yet to check if he left AUST. Hey, maybe he went to the USA!

Now for the hard bits.

J3 Comments:-

I've never considered J3 to be J1. Looking at the death cert ( I hope it is a clear copy for you ) J3 died at age 81 making him born abt 1796. He had been in NSW,AUST for 37 years making his arrival 1840. He married Anne ( Ann) Reilly at age 50 at Yass, NSW, making the marriage date abt 1846. There is no record in NSW of their marriage, that does not bother me as lots of early peoples told "fibs" about their births/marriage dates. So if they married in 1846 abd this is J1 what about his 1852 marriage to Mary Darling? What about the Cert of Freedom only issued to J1 in 1847( after his 7 year term? My understanding is the you needed the Governor's ok to get marriage while still a convict, very rarely given and again no record. Both J3 & Anne were buried at Yass Catholic Cemetery but no record in the 3 cem's in Yass are found. I know that some of the earlier Cem records were destroyed in a bush fire abt 1940 and some of the Cem's were subject to very bad flooding. More on this below. Maybe I'm being a little bit harsh with the records because informant's, in this case Anne, sometimes did'nt know or lied about dates.
What makes the whole James thing worse is now coming.

Mary Darling Comments:-

Mary married J1 in 1852, she was the widow of John Darling. Mary & John had 3 children, Ellen( born 1842), Michael( abt 1843) & James( abt 1847).
I know little of James & Mary's early life together. They had only 1 child, James Walter St John born 13 July, 1857. It appears that Mary Darling and J1 divorced/ separated as her Death Cert only mentions her 1st hubby John Darling with no mention of J1 or James Walter. Given that her children to John were old enough to have known of her marriage to J1 and the birth of James Walter plus they must have lived together at one stage it's all rather strange.

Sorry have not come across your Michael St John. Perhaps the 1911 cencus records of Ireland, suppose you've tried that anyway.

I'm nearing 55 so have decided to put my home up for sale. No wife, no kids. So I'm going to travel around Aust looking for J1 to J3.

Sorry if I've gone on to long about the J's but I've not sure enough to put J3 as the head of my ST John line ( that's why he was not on the tree I sent you). Any thoughts?

Kind Regards

St. John, James Convict (I105550469)
150 Email from Michael Patrick St. John to Suzanne St. John:

On Sun, Mar 18, 2012 at 1:32 PM, Michael STJohn wrote:

My James St John was born circa 1800 in Country Tipperary somewhere in the area of Fethard. More details of this later.

According to the Archdiocese of Casel & Emly on the 9/Aug/1821 James St John married Honora O'Neill in the Killenaule parish Register ref: K/AUL213. James had no address on the record, Honora's was Ballaghboy. The commemts made on the record were " O'NEILL/NEAL IN REG.

James & Honora had the following children, ( the records are from the same Archdiocese).

John - Baptism 11/April/1824, Parish Killenaule,address.Buffanagh, register KILLEN/1117
James - born abt 1827
Elizabeth - ( known as Eliza) - Baptism 10/Aug/1827,Parish Killenaule, address Ballaghboy, register KILLEN/1117
Judith - Baptism 12/Mar/1832, Parish Boherlahan, address Newtown, register B/LAHAN/570
Johanna - born about 1834 ( I've always thought that this & Judith are 1 & the same).
Bridget - Baptism 12/May/1834, Parish Boherlahan, address Newtown, register B/LAHAN/570
Michael - Baptism 1/Jan/1837, Parish DRAGAN/CLONEEN, address Kilnagranagh, register DRAN/

James, ( I call him the convict because there are so,so many Jame's in the family, tipical Irish situ ) was tried at Tipperary on 5/Mar/1840 for "selling counterfeit coin" and "uttering base coin" ( forged coins). his age was given as 40. He was given a 7 year sentence, held at Dublin Castle until being transported to New South Wales{NSW} ( Sydney,Australia) aboard the "King William" 28/April/1840 arriving in NSW 18/Aug/1840. His address was given as Fethand (? perhaps Fethard).

He did his 7 years and on 7/April/1847 was granted his Certificate-of-Freedom. he was said to be 47 years old then. Hence his birth about/in 1800.

Some time in the 7 years Honora had died. I've no details of that.

Three of James children, James 25, Eliza 22 and Bridget 18, came to Sydney on the emigrant ship "Kate" in 1852. they arrived under the scheme which brought convicts wives and their children to the Colony. At some stage Johanna also came out. All the girls married.

James, the convict remarried 16/Jan/1854 to Mary Darling ( nee Oats) at St.Mary's Roman Catholic Church in Sydney. Mary was the widow of another former convict John Darling ( John was from Fermanagh, Ireland, anyway that's another story!

Mary set out from Kingstown,Ireland, 20/Sept/1839 as an Irish Immigrant aboard the "Crusader" arriving in Sydney 15/Jan/1840.

James and Mary only had one child, James Walter ( another James!!!) James Walter is my great grandfather.

We don't know where or when James and Mary died. So records were not so good back then, other great. I have good suspicions but it is likely to turn out the the best guess will be an assumed one. I don't like that much but other than raising the dead it we all I can do.

I've a little more on James, the convict, more on Mary, but I think will give you an idea where I'm from.

Hope this all is ok and not too much.

Kind regards,

Michael St John. 
St. John, James Convict (I105550469)

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