William WELLARD & Elizabeth PETERS married 1804, Cheriton, Kent
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William WELLARD & Elizabeth PETERS
married 1804, Cheriton, Kent



Chart revised 26 Jun 2005
William Wellard (1779 Minster in Thanet) & Elizabeth Peters (1786 Folkestone) married 1804 Cheriton, children: Lewis Wellard (1804 Folkestone) & Mary Ann Nuttall married 1829 Hythe Lewis Wellard (1804 Folkestone) & Mary Burrows married 1862 Walcha Mary Wellard (1807 Folkestone) & Thomas William Milledge married 1828 Bloomsbury Elizabeth Wellard (1810 Folkestone) & James Bailey Gough married 1828 Whitechapel Stephen Wellard (1812 Folkestone) died 1897 Maitland Sarah Wellard (1816 Folkestone) & William Andrews married 1837 Windsor William Wellard (1818 Folkestone) & Mary Ann Gill married 1849 Sydney Jane Wellard (1820 Folkestone) died 1822 Folkestone











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    William Wellard
    born 19 Jan 1779
    baptised 21 Feb 1779
    Minster on Thanet. Kent
    parents: William Wellard & Elizabeth Tomson
    Elizabeth Peters
    baptised 26 Feb 1786
    Folkestone, Kent
    parents: Henry Peters & Mary Scott
    William Wellard & Elizabeth Peters
    married (banns) 18 Feb 1804
    Cheriton, Kent






    witnesses: Lewis Wellard (brother) & John Marsh
    William Wellard
    died 22 Mar 1857
    buried Mt Vincent CofE
    age 78


    Mt Vincent cemetery 2008
    courtesy of Kim
    Elizabeth Wellard
    died 21 Jan 1880
    from "decay of nature"
    buried Mt Vincent CofE
    age 94


    Mt Vincent cemetery 2008
    courtesy of Kim
    William Wellard - George Inn, Folkestone, Oct 1811

    Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal, 15 Oct 1811

    Correspondence re William Wellard

    Tried Maidstone Lent Assizes, March 1813
    Convicted for receiving, harbouring and maintaining 3 French prisoners

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  • William Wellard trial 1813, courtesy of Pat & Sheila

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  • William Wellard's Convict Indent

    Ship: Marquis of Hastings (2) 1827
    No 123
    Name: William Peters (or Wellard added)
    Age: 40
    Education: Reads and writes
    Religion: Protestant
    Married/single: Married
    Family: 5 children
    Native Place: Kent
    Occupation: Farmersman

    Crime: Horse stealing
    Convicted: Surrey
    Date: 18 Dec 1826
    Sentence: Life
    Former convictions:

    Height: 5’ 3 ½”
    Distinguishing marks: Bald
    Complexion: Dark, sallow
    Hair: Dark brown to grey
    Eyes: Dark brown
    Disposed of: J Robertson Baulkham Hills
    Added notes: 36/293 CP No 47/756 dated 30 July 1847

    1827 - Bound indenture
    Marquis Hastings (2)




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    William Wellard (aka Peters) savings
    1827 NSW




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    Family emigration:

    WELLARD Elizabeth 46
    WELLARD Sarah 16
    WELLARD William 14

    Ship: “Burrell”
    Arrived: NSW Sydney 20 May 1832
    Status: Free
    Brought to NSW under a convict family reunification scheme

    possibly also Stephen Wellard, 20, but he is not on record
    Mrs Elizabeth Wellard
    1833 applied for convict labour, granted her husband, William
    1834 1837 Lived in NSW Baulkham Hills
    1836 Ticket of Leave: 36/293
    Move to Hunter Valley 1837

    The Wellard family settled as squatters on crown land near William Knox Child's land, Mt.Vincent Estate, built slab huts and cleared and farmed the land
    William Peters
    Marquis Hastings
    1846 Recommended Conditional Pardon
    Recommended by C C Close; G T Palmer; W Knox Child; E D Day PM; James Barker

    NSW State Records
    [4/4479; Reel 797 Page 215]
    William Wellard
    1846 Hatton-Tucker dispute



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  • The children of William Wellard & Elizabeth Peters

    Lewis Wellard
    (1804 Folkestone - after 1862 NSW)

    Lewis Wellard
    baptised 9 Dec 1804
    Folkestone, Kent
    parents: William Wellard & Elizabeth Peters

    Mary Ann Nuttall
    birth unknown



    Lewis Wellard & Mary Nuttall
    married (banns) 17 Apr 1829
    Hythe St Leonard, Kent



    witnesses: William Simms, Richard Chamberlain
    Child of Lewis Wellard & Mary Ann Nuttall
    Lewis Wellard 1830 Folkestone -m 1848 Canterbury SM Northgate to Caroline Hunt children: Hannah, Lewis, Henry, Alice, Thomas
    UK census addresses
    Lewis Wellard (1830-)
    1841St Gregory (Ville)Military Rd11uwith mother, Thomas Anslow & Sarah 3
    1851Dover10 New St22lodgermlabourerwith wife Caroline, 2 ch & Rogers fam
    1861Hougham6 Bowling Green Terr31headmexcavator& wife Caroline & 3c
    Caroline Wellard nee Hunt (1822-1895)
    1871Hougham5 Blucher Row38headwidowdressmakerwith 2 sons, 1 visitor
    1881HoughamBlucher Row58headwidowdressmakerwith son, gson, 2 lodgers



    Mary Ann Wellard & Thomas Anslow
    married 26 Mar 1837
    St. Nicholas-At-Wade, Kent
    Mary (Nuttall) Wellard

    1841 census:
    Address: Kent Blean St Gregory (Ville) Military Rd

    ANSLOW Thomas 30 shoemaker Ken
    ANSLOW Mary 30 Ken
    ANSLOW Sarah 3 Ken
    WELLARD Lewis 11 Ken
    LANCEFIELD George 56 woodman Ken
    Thomas Anslow
    buried 1 Jul 1847
    Canterbury, St Paul, Kent
    "38 years, workhouse"

    Mary Ann Nuttall/Wellard/Anslow
    death unknown



    Child of Mary Nuttall/Wellard & Thomas Anslow
    Sarah Anslow c1830 Kent - 1860 Canterbury St Mildred


    Lewis Wellard - Transportation details

    Ship: Marquis of Huntley 1830
    No 19
    Name: Lewis Wellard
    Age: 25
    Education: (?none)
    Religion: Protestant
    Married/single: M
    Family: 2
    Native Place: Folkestone
    Occupation: Reaps, mills, brickmaker

    Crime: lamb stealing
    Convicted: Folkestone, 7 Oct 1829
    Sentence: Transportation 14 years
    Former convictions: none

    Height: 5’ 3 ¾”
    Distinguishing marks: scar on thumb
    Complexion: dark, ruddy, freckled
    Hair: black to grey
    Eyes: brown
    Disposed of: Lieut Mitchell RN Sydney
    Added notes 36/1617
    Lewis Wellard - Ticket of Leave Dated June 1838
    No 36/1617 4th October 1836
    Prisoner's No. 30/1437
    Name Lewis Wellard
    Ship Marquis of Huntley (3)
    Year 1830
    Native Place Folkestone
    Trade or Calling. Laborer
    Place of Trial. Kent
    Date of Trial. 7 October 1829
    Sentence. 14 years
    Year of Birth. 1804
    Height ???(hard to read)
    Complexion. Dark
    Hair. Black to Grey
    Eyes Dark Hazel
    General Remarks. Scar on ball of left thumb Allowed to remain in the District of Port Macquarie On recommendation of Port Macquarie Bench


    Mary Burrows
    born 1812
    Cork, Ireland


    Mary Burrows
    transported 1834



    Mary Burrows & Charles Powell
    married 1836
    NSW NSW Port Macquarie

    Charles Powell
    died 1841
    NSW Singleton


    Lewis Wellard & Mary Burrows
    married 20 Sep 1862
    NSW Walcha Ohio Grose Creek Church of Scotland

    Mary Wellard
    died 7 Feb 1881
    NSW Walcha Wilsons Creek


    Lewis Wellard
    death unknown
    ?NSW Walcha


    Children of Lewis Wellard & Mary Burrows
    Jane Ann Wellard 1840 Port Macquarie - 1864 Yarrowichm 1863 Armidale to James Lahey children:
    male Wellard 1841 Port Macquarie - 1841 Port Macquarie
    William Wellard 1844 Maitland - 1943 Walcha m 1863 Yarrowich to Ellen Wilkins children: William, Jane, Mary, Ellen, Louis, William, Hannah, Emily, Evelyn, Alexander, Henry
    Elizabeth Wellard 1848 Port Macquarie - 1926 Walcham 1865 Armidale to John Taaffe children: John , Rachel, Jane, John
    m 1879 Walcha to Robert Baker children: Mary, Sarah, Robert, Elizabeth, Lewis, Ruth, Ada
    Stephen Wellard 1852 Port Macquarie - 1933 Walcham 1877 Tamworth to Jane McIntosh children: Stephen, Mary, Martha, Lewis, Beatrice, Percy, Hilda, Vera, Eric/Keith





    Mary Wellard
    (1807 Folkestone - 1861 Islington)

    Mary Wellard
    baptised 19 Apr 1807
    Folkestone, Kent
    parents: William Wellard & Elizabeth Peters
    Thomas William Milledge
    born 28 Jan 1806
    Bloomsbury, Mdx
    parents: William Milledge & Ann ?Pople
    Mary Wellard & Thomas William Milledge
    married 1828
    Bloombury, Mdx
    Thomas William Milledge
    died 24 Dec 1859
    Pancras, Mdx



    England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966
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  • Mary Milledge
    died 1861
    Islington, Mdx
    age 54

    Milledge-Wellard family UK census addresses

    1841 - Hose St, St Giles in the Fields, Mdx
    Mary Milledge, 30, tailor's wife
    with husband & family

    1851 - 21 Store St, St Giles in the Fields, Mdx
    Mary Milledge, 44, tailor's wife
    with husband & family



    1861 - 19 Gloucester Rd, Islington, Mdx
    Mary Milledge, 54, widow, fundholder
    with 3 children

    Children of Mary Wellard & Thomas Milledge

    Mary Ann Milledge 1830 Marylebone – 1899 Hastings
    Alfred Milledge 1836 St Giles – 1921 Billericaym 1862 St Pancras to Mary ?Richardson children: Sidney, Edith, Clara, Lily, Walter, Minnie, Percy, Winifred, Alfred
    Jessie Blanche Milledge 1849 St Giles- 1939 Honitonm 1903 Fulhamto James Catt

    UK census addresses
    Mary Ann Milledge (1830-1899)
    1851St Giles in the fields21 Store St21dauuwith parents, 2 sibs, cousin, app, serv
    1861Islington19 Gloucester Rd31dauuwith mother & 2 sib
    1871Hastings90 High St41lodgeruincome from house propertywith sister in lodgings
    1881Hastings13 Barham Terr52headuwith sister, lodger & serv
    1891Hastings26 Marina61lodging house keeperwith sister

    Alfred Milledge (1835-1921)
    1841St Giles in the fields5sonwith parents, aunt, app, serv
    1851St Giles in the fields21 Store St15sonuscholarwith parents, 2 sis, cousin, app, serv
    1861Islington19 Gloucester Rd25sonuinland revenuewith mother & 2 sib
    1871Lewisham4 Welland Terr35headmclerk inland revenuewith wife Mary, 5 ch, 1 serv
    1881Lewisham12 Ravensbourne Rd45with wife Mary, 8 ch, 2 serv
    1891Lewisham12 Ravensbourne Rd55ret clerkwith wife Mary, 8 ch, 1 serv
    1901ShenfieldRosslyn, Rose Valley65ret clerkwith wife Mary, 4 ch, 2 serv
    1911Shenfield33 Rose Valley75headmret clerkwith wife Mary, 2 ch, 2 gchn, 2 serv

    Jessie Blanch Milledge (1849-1939)
    1851St Giles in the fields21 Store St2dauuwith parents, 2 sibs, cousin, app, serv
    1861Islington19 Gloucester Rd12dauuwith mother & 2 sib
    1871Hastings90 High St22sisteruincome from house propertywith sister in lodgings
    1881Hastings13 Barham Terr32with sister, lodger & serv
    1891Hastings26 Marina42lodging house keeperwith sister
    1901Paddington36 Tavistock Rd52boarderuwith Alcock family
    Jessie Blanch Catt nee Milledge
    1911Wandsworth196 Revelstoke Road 62wifemsurveyor's wifewith husband James

    Will - Alfred Milledge
    died Billericay 1921



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  • Elizabeth Wellard
    (1810 Folkestone - 1872 Kensington)

    Elizabeth Wellard
    baptised 9 Jun 1810
    Folkestone, Kent
    parents: William Wellard & Elizabeth (Peters)

    James Bailey Gough
    baptised 1806
    Shoreditch, Mdx
    parents: William Gough & Elizabeth (Bailey)

    Elizabeth Wellard & James Bailey Gough
    married 27 Apr 1828
    St Mary, Whitechapel, Mdx

    banns



    courtesy of Kate
    James Bailey Gough
    died 1859
    Marylebone, Mdx


    Elizabeth Gough
    died 21 Apr 1872
    Hammersmith, Mdx
    age 61
    from Asthma & bronchitis



    courtesy of Kate

    Gough-Wellard family UK census

    thanks to Kate & Jill

    Elizabeth Gough nee Wellard (1810-1872)
    1841FinsburyMuseum St30wifemwith hus James & 4 chn
    1851Marylebone8 Great Woodstock St41wifemwith hus James & 4 chn & 2 visitors
    1861Froxfieldhospital50 dressmakerwith dau Kate
    1871Froxfield25 College59widow with dau Alice

    Children of Elizabeth Wellard & James Bailey Gough

    William Wellard Gough 1832 Shoreditch – 1868 Marylebone
    Thomas Lewis Gough 1833 Marylebone – 1890 Wallsendm 1860 Mt Vincent to Jane Murrell children: Alice, Arthur, Lewis, Walter, Emma, Mary, Ida, Edwin, Kate
    George Gough 1836 Marylebone -
    James Gough 1838 Bloomsbury – 1876 Marylebonem 1864 Fulhamto Mary Crumpchildren: Francis
    Kate Gough 1845 Marylebone – 1901 Fulhamm 1866 Maryleboneto John William Sheldrick children: Kate, Ada, Charles, Thomas, Phillip, Maud, Alice, Alfred, Ernest, Frank
    Lewis Gough 1850 Marylebone - 1868 Marylebone
    Alice Gough 1853 Marylebone - ?1902 Fulhamm 1875 Fulham to John James Watsonchildren: William, Alice, James, Ethel, Edith, Oliver, Herbert, Ivy
    William Gough (c1830-?1868)
    1841FinsburyMuseum St12sonuwith family
    1851 Marylebone8 Great Woodstock St21 sonu ornamental painterwith family & 2 visitors
    1861 Marylebone15 Gt Titchfield St32 headm writerwith wife J & ?sibs J, L & ?KA

    Thomas Lewis Gough (1833-1890)
    1841FinsburyMuseum St8sonuwith family

    George Gough (1836-<1881)
    1841FinsburyMuseum St5sonuwith family
    1851 Marylebone8 Great Woodstock St15 sonu tailor's appwith family & 2 visitors
    1861 R Navy ?ship25 u abon list
    1871 Stoke Damerel6 Back William St35 headm seaman RNwith wife & dau
    1871 Stoke DamerelR Navy35 m 2nd capt main top?home on the books but not

    James Gough (1838-c1875)
    1841FolkestoneSandgate3u with (aunt) Jane Prior
    1841FinsburyMuseum St3sonuwith family
    1851Marylebone8 Great Woodstock St13 sonu with family & 2 visitors
    1861 Marylebone15 Gt Titchfield St23 ?brou with ?sibs W, L & ?KA
    1871Marylebone15 Gt Titchfield St32 headmdecorator with wife Mary, son & landlady

    Kate Sheldrick nee Gough (1846-1901)
    1851 Folkestone 27 ?5 visitoruscholarwith (aunt) Harriet Bennett
    1861 Froxfield hospital15 dauuscholarwith mother
    1871 Hammersmith 2 Storeys Cottages25 wifemwith husband John & 2 ch
    1881 Hammersmith 36 Dalling Rd36 wifemwith husband John & 6 ch
    1891 Hammersmith 39 Wharf Rd46 wifemwith husband John & 6 ch

    Lewis Gough (1850-1868)
    1851 Marylebone 8 Great Woodstock St 1 sonuwith family & 2 visitors
    1861 Marylebone15 Gt Titchfield St11 ?brou with ?sibs W,J & ?KA

    Alice Watson nee Gough (1854-)
    1861 Marylebone15 Gt Titchfield St8 ?sisu with ?sibs W, J & L
    1871 Froxfield 25 College 17 dauuwith mother
    1881 Hammersmith 211 King St27 wifemwith husband John & 3 ch
    1891 Hammersmith 50 Dalling Rd39wifemwith husband John & 6 ch
    1901 Hammersmith 50 Dalling Rd49 wifemwith husband John & 5 ch






    Stephen Wellard
    (1812 Folkestone - 1897 West Maitland)

    Stephen Wellard
    baptised 28 Feb 1812
    Folkestone, Kent
    parents: William Wellard & Elizabeth Peters
    Stephen Wellard
    emigrated c1833
    ship unknown
    Stephen Wellard, farmer,

    1850 Stephen & Mary Wellard were witnesses to Gill Foster wedding at Sugarloaf
    1858 Stephen signed a petition concerning the Mulbring post office
    1858 was a witness to the burial of John Perrow at Mulbring
    1860 patron Mulbring school
    Stephen Wellard
    died 17 Jan 1897
    West Maitland hospital, NSW
    from: “senile decay, morb cord, debility”
    age 85
    Informant: ?David Wellard, nephew, Mulbring
    buried: Mt Vincent CofE
    witnesses: Thomas Andrews, Henry Andrews





    Sarah Wellard
    (1816 Folkestone - 1899 Mulbring)

    Sarah Wellard
    baptised 12 Jan 1816
    Folkestone, Kent
    parents: William Wellard & Elizabeth (Peters)

    Emigration:

    Ship: “Burrell”
    Arrived: NSW Sydney 20 May 1832
    Status: Free
    Brought to NSW under a convict family reunification scheme
    Family:
    WELLARD Elizabeth 46
    WELLARD Sarah 16
    WELLARD William 14
    William Andrews
    born 31 March 1807
    baptised, 3 May 1807
    Shoreditch St Leonard, Mdx
    son Francis & Ann Andrews of Reeves Place
    Andrews-Wellard permission to marry



    courtesy of Kim
    William Andrews & Sarah Wellard
    married 19 Jan 1837
    Windsor St Matthew, NSW
    ages:William 29 & Sarah 21
    witnesses: William Wellard & Mary Himes
    signed:Both William & Sarah signed an “X”
    William Andrews
    died 15 Jun 1860
    Mulbring, NSW
    cause: liver disease
    Sarah Andrews
    died 3 Jul 1899
    Mulbring, NSW
    cause: influenza and old age





    William Wellard
    (1818 Folkestone - 1896 Mulbring)

    William Wellard
    baptised 7 Jan 1818
    Folkestone, Kent
    parents: William Wellard & Elizabeth Peters

    Emigration:

    Ship: “Burrell”
    Arrived: NSW Sydney 20 May 1832
    Status: Free
    Brought to NSW under a convict family reunification scheme
    Family:
    WELLARD Elizabeth 46
    WELLARD Sarah 16
    WELLARD William 14
    Mary Ann Gill
    born 1832
    Beckley, Sussex
    parents: Silas Gill & Mercy Catt


    Emigration:

    Ship: "Augusta Jesse"
    Left: UK Portsmouth 13 Jun 1837
    Arrived: NSW Sydney 11 Oct 1837
    Status: Assisted immigrants brought by Lieut..Alex.Martin
    Family:
    GILL Silas 31
    GILL Mercy 29
    GILL George 8
    GILL Mary Ann 5
    GILL James 3
    GILL Dinah 2
    William Wellard & Mary Ann Gill
    married 1849
    Sydney, NSW
    William Wellard
    died 2 Dec 1896
    buried Mt Vincent CofE
    age 78



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  • Mary Ann Wellard
    died 12 Jun 1920
    Mulbring, NSW
    age 88
    Children of William Wellard & Mary Ann Gill
    William Wellard 1851 Mangrove Creek - 1908 Mt Vincentm 1876 Maitland to Lucy Hitchcock children: William, Alfred
    Sarah Jane Wellard 1852 E Maitland – 1929 Kurri Kurrim 1874 Maitland to William Avery children: Reuben, Stephen, John, Mary A, Helen, Arthur, Sarah, Jane, Lizzie, Lottie, Tom, Ernest
    Francis John Wellard 1854 E Maitland – 1923 Kempseym 1882 West Maitland to Sarah Avery
    Lewis Wellard 1856 Sugarloaf – 1917 Gloucesterm 1880 Mulbring to Catherine Monnox children: Thomas, Henry, Charles, Bertha, James, Mary, Clarence, Elsie, Herbert, Arthur, Kenneth
    Thomas Silas Wellard 1858 E Maitland – 1930 Mt Vincentm 1882 Mt Vincent to Emily Osland children: Ernest
    m 1887 Mt Vincent to Florence Emily Rayfield children: Gertrude, Elsie, Arthur, Clarence, Amy
    Alfred Wellard 1860 Sugarloaf – 1939 Bellingenm 1887 Kempsey to Rosanna Thompson children: Thomas, Lucy, Mary A, Ruth, Stephen
    Henry James Wellard 1863 Maitland – 1948 Mulbringm 1887 East Maitland to Ellen Andrews children: Mary A, Ethel, Archie, Beatrice, Minnie
    David Wellard 1865 Sugarloaf – 1944 Newcastlem 1892 Mt Vincent to Sarah Ann Capper children: Annie, Bertha, Mary A, Lucy, Doris, Cecil, Amy
    Edward Wellard 1868 ?NSW/Qld– 1893 Mulbring children:
    Stephen Charles Wellard 1869 ?NSW/Qld– 1893 E Maitland children:
    Arthur Jesse Wellard 1871 Tenterfield – 1955 Awabam 1896 Mt Vincent to Caroline Field children: Arthur, Rolley, Cecil, Herbert
    Thomas Wellard (1858-1930)& Emily Osland
    marriage 1882



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  • Jane Wellard
    (1820 Folkestone - 1822 Folkestone)

    Jane Wellard
    baptised 31 Mar 1820
    Folkestone, Kent
    parents: William Wellard & Elizabeth Peters
    Jane Wellard
    buried 27 Jan 1822
    Cheriton St Martin, Kent
    age 2