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James Hillier was born 25 October 1827 in Devizes, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom to Thomas Hillier (c1801-1855) and Hannah Cleverly (1805-1885) and died 23 June 1911 in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Eliza Burgess (1842-1903) 1859 in Yass, New South Wales, Australia.


He arrived in New South Wales on 11 February 1844 on the Neptune with his parents.



Children


Offspring of James Hillier and Eliza Burgess (1842-1903)
Name Birth Death Joined with
William Simon Hillier (1861-1886) 24 February 1861 Yass, New South Wales, Australia 1886 Yass, New South Wales, Australia Emmeline Henrietta Peet Wilson (1859-1943)

Mary Jane Hillier (1862-1948) 21 August 1862 Yass, New South Wales, Australia 5 September 1948 Yass, New South Wales, Australia Frederick Charles Faulder (1855-1917)

Hannah Harriett Hillier (1864-1895) 1864 Yass, New South Wales, Australia 1895 Wyalong, New South Wales, Australia Michael John Gavan (c1859-1926)

Sarah Ann Hillier (1865-1905) 18 July 1865 Yass, New South Wales, Australia 4 March 1905 Yass, New South Wales, Australia John Thomas Mitchell (1865-1942)

John R Hillier (1867-1871)
Esther E Hillier (1869-1880)
Thomas H Hillier (1871-1880)
Reuben James Hillier (1873-1884)
Caroline Adelaide Hillier (1875-1971) 10 November 1875 Yass, New South Wales, Australia 25 July 1971 Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia William Galvin (1873-1950)

Alice Matilda Hillier (1879-1954) 7 March 1879 Yass, New South Wales, Australia 31 March 1954 Yass, New South Wales, Australia Alfred James Davis (1884-1958)

Frederick Henry Charles Hillier (1883-1969) 17 May 1883 Yass, New South Wales, Australia 1969 Yass, New South Wales, Australia Ada Annie Puckett (1890-1974)

Albert Edward Lambert Hillier (1886-c1967) 8 February 1886 Yass, New South Wales, Australia 1967 Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia Edith Frances Robinson (1898)
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Death of two of the children:

Two children of Thomas [sic] Hillier, farmer, residing near Yass,—one being a girl thirteen years of age, and the other a boy aged eight—were drowned to-day while bathing in Yass River. The children were employed shepherding, and were a considerable distance from their father's residence.

The Sydney Morning Herald, 6 January 1880, page 5




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