NameWilliam Bown, GGG Grandfather, M
Birth1806, Matlock, Derbyshire, England329
Conviction7 Aug 1827, Kirk Ireton, Derbyshire, England330,331,332 Age: 21
Conviction MemoSheep Stealing, Life
Conviction19 Mar 1828, Kirk Ireton, Derbyshire, England333,334,335,336 Age: 22
Conviction MemoFeloniously being at large and under sentence of Transportation, Life
Immigration3 Nov 1828, "Albion" (3) out of Sheerness, Kent 1 Jun 1828333 Age: 22
Immi MemoCaptain; Mr Jas Ralph, ships surgeon; Mr Thomas Logan
Census20 Nov 1828, Maristowe, Argyle, NSW, Australia Age: 22
Census MemoAssigned to Major Lockyer, Govt Servant
Ticket of LeaveAug 1836, Goulburn, NSW, Australia334 Age: 30
TOL MemoNumber 23/1923
Census1837, Goulburn, NSW, Australia337 Age: 31
Census MemoAge 33, Assigned Maj Lockyer
Ticket of Leave9 Feb 1841, Yass, NSW, Australia334 Age: 35
TOL MemoAltered to from Goulburn
Elec Roll1856, Kangaroo Flat, VIC, Australia338 Age: 50
Death1 Sep 1893, Albury, NSW, Australia339,340,341 Age: 87
Death MemoFracture of Femur, Senile Gangrene and Exhaustion
Burial2 Sep 1893, Wodonga (Belvoir) Cemetery, Wodonga, VIC, Australia339,28
Burial MemoC of E Section, Location unknown
OccupationPloughman and Shepherd (1828)
FatherEdward Bown , M (1774-)
MotherHannah Hough , F (1776-)
Misc. Notes
There is a Short Bio at

"Albion" Indent states that he is married with two children in England

Marriage Cert with Jane Mary Ball states he was widowed in 1872

James BOWNDS, my grandad apparently suggested that William BOWN had been a drummer boy at Waterloo342

1827 Sep moved from Derby Gaol to hulk "Dolphin" at Chatham, escaped 11 Oct 1827.

Sent to New South Wales 24 May 1828 ship "Albion" sick on ship catarrh

One of the oldest residents of this district, Mr William Bownds, sen., who resides at House Creek, fractured his thigh on Tuesday morning last. The unfortunate man, who has reached the extreme age of 94 years, cannot ex- plain the cause of the mishap, but thinks that he became light headed and fell to the ground near his hut, breaking the hip bone. Mrs Bownds, who is very short-sighted, apparently did not perceive the injury her husband had sustained for some time, and the old man lay all day in his hut suffering acutely. In the evening, fortunately, Mr Michael Ryan, a neighbour, called with some provisions, and at once he saw that something serious had occurred to Mr Bownds, and, with the aid of a buggy, brought the sufferer to Dr Schlink. The medico, after examination, advised the removal of the patient to the Albury Hospital, which was accordingly done. He is doing as well as can be expected under the circumstances, but it is doubtful if he will recover at such an age.343
1Eleanor Botham344, Step GGG Grandmother, F
MarriageDerbyshire, England333
ChildrenWilliam , M (1827-)
2Honora (Annah) Barragry345,346,347,348, GGG Grandmother, F
BirthTipperary, Ireland
Deathbef 1872, Australia349
ReligionRoman Catholic
Marriageabt 1843, Wangaratta, VIC, Australia
Marr MemoNo record of a marriage has ever been found
ChildrenElizabeth , F (1844-1917)
 Robert , M (1845-1919)
 Anna Maria (Died as Infant), F (1846-~1847)
 Edward , M (1846-1925)
 Henry (Died as Infant), M (1860-1862)
 William Thomas (Died as Infant), M (1848-~1849)
 Joseph , M (1849-<1893)
 John , M (<1850-<1893)
3Jane Mary Ball, Step GGG Grandmother, F
Birthabt 1831, Ashfield, Galway, Ireland350
Death1905, Beechworth, VIC, Australia Age: 74
Burial1905, Beechworth Cemetery, VIC, Australia350
Marriage11 Apr 1850, Greta, Wangaratta, VIC, Australia351,350
Marr Memo22 Dec 1879 is recorded in the register
ChildrenWilliam (Died as Child), M (1853-1864)
 Sarah Ann , F (1853-)
 Charles (Chas) William , M (~1856-1925)
 Jane , F (1859-)
 Margaret , F (1859-)
 Henry (Died as Infant), M (1860-1862)
 Patience , F (1860-1875)
 Frederick , M (1862-1947)
 Archibald , M (1864-1879)
 Caroline (Died as Infant), F (1865-1865)
 James , M (1867-)
 William , M (1868-1939)
 Albert Alfred , M (~1870-1963)
 Philip , M (1871-1960)
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