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Biography

Alexander Williamson was born 1799 in Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom and died 7 September 1882 in Bell River, Wellington, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Elizabeth Mobbs (1819-1891) 5 December 1834 in Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia.
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Siblings

He arrived in New South Wales on 28 June 1827 on the Countess of Harcourt as a convict.

Children


Offspring of Alexander Williamson and Elizabeth Mobbs (1819-1891)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Esther Williamson (1837-1874) 10 June 1837 Carlingford, New South Wales, Australia 12 April 1874 Pennant Hills, New South Wales, Australia James Bellamy (1836-1914)

John Williamson (1839-1896)
James Williamson (1841-1880)
Charles Alexander Williamson (1843-1889)
Elizabeth Williamson (1845-1891)
Jane Williamson (1847-1923)
Ruth Williamson (1850-1930)
George Williamson (1853-1877)
Andrew Williamson (1855-1919)
Charles Alfred Williamson (1855-1921)
Matthew Williamson (1857-1934)
Joseph Williamson (1859-1925)
David Williamson (1861-1923)
(male) Williamson (1864-1864)




Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
₪ Wedding
  • also married to margaret henderson from templepatrick belfast co antrim

children from first marriage margaret williamson and janet williamson both children born in templepatrick village near belfast co antrim ireland

alexander was a shoemaker to trade and an innkeeper in belfast before his conviction

templepatrick church congregation funded his wife margaret and two children to travel to australia where he disowned her arrival after 7 years apart

alexander took care of the two children born in ireland

  • william boyle great great nephew to the family

glasgow scotland

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