Anne Maria Bourke (1806-1884)

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Anne Maria Bourke was born 1806 to Richard Bourke (1777-1855) and Elizabeth (?-?) and died 1884 of unspecified causes. She married Edward Deas-Thomson (1800-1879) 18 September 1833 . Ancestors are from Ireland.


Offspring of Anne Maria Bourke and Edward Deas-Thomson (1800-1879)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Elizabeth Louisa Deas-Thomson (1836-1920) November 1836 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia January 1920 London, England, United Kingdom Henry Bidewell Grigg (1841-1895)

Susan Emmaline Deas-Thomson (1838-1903) 15 July 1838 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 2 August 1903 Elizabeth Bay, New South Wales, Australia William John Macleay (1820-1891)

Edward Richard Deas-Thomson (1840-1920) 7 January 1840 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 5 July 1920 Havilah, Darlinghurst road, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Anne Caroline Deas-Thomson (1841-1841)
Mary Jane Frances Deas-Thomson (1842-1907) 9 April 1842 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 2 February 1907 London, England, United Kingdom
Lucy Anne Deas-Thomson (1843-1844)
Richard Bourke Deas-Thomson (1844-1904) 4 June 1844 New South Wales, Australia 21 May 1904 Launceston, Tasmania, Australia
George Gipps Deas-Thomson (1845-1877) 20 November 1845 Barham, New South Wales, Australia 25 March 1877 Marrickville, New South Wales, Australia Sarah Bayly (1849-1898)

Helen Cecilia Deas-Thomson (1847-1922) 22 January 1847 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 20 March 1922 London, England, United Kingdom Fredrick Henry Stirling (1829-1885)

Eglantine Julie Deas-Thomson (1848-1917) December 1848 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 16 June 1917 London, England, United Kingdom William Robert Campbell (c1838-1906)


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