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Mary Ann Adams was born circa 1807 in Devon, England, United Kingdom and died 3 March 1875 in Woodbourne Farm, Gawler River, South Australia, Australia of unspecified causes. She married William Pederick (c1804-1887) circa 1827 .


She arrived in South Australia in 1840 on the Brightman with her husband and children.



Children


Offspring of William Pederick and Mary Ann Adams (c1807-1875)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Elizabeth Pederick (c1827-c1838)
William Henry Pederick (c1830-1904) 1830 Devon, England, United Kingdom 25 November 1904 Gawler, South Australia, Australia Ann Benny Goard Chivell (c1831-1864)
Emma Rose Wheaton (c1842-1891)

Susan Adams Pederick (c1833-1856) 1833 Kilkhampton, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom 28 February 1856 Adelaide, South Australia, Australia William Jury (1831-1923)

James Adams Pederick (1836-1910) 17 May 1836 Devon, England, United Kingdom 21 November 1910 Two Wells, South Australia, Australia Anna Maria Chivell (1843-1897)

John Pederick (1839-1930) 18 November 1839 Cornworthy, Devon, England, United Kingdom 14 June 1930 Jacob street, Gawler, South Australia, Australia Mary Wheaton (c1844-1915)

Hannah Maria Pederick (1843-1930) 21 January 1843 South Australia, Australia 10 April 1930 Jacob-street, Gawler, South Australia, Australia William Roberts (1842-1896)

Robert Adams Pederick (1845-1919) 21 October 1845 Plympton, South Australia, Australia 14 March 1919 Gawler, South Australia, Australia Eliza Wingate (c1850-1934)

Ellen Pederick (1848-1937) 8 October 1848 Plympton, South Australia, Australia 23 November 1937 37 Airlie avenue, Prospect, South Australia, Australia Thomas Mankey (1846-1920)

Louisa Pederick (1852-1926) 23 September 1852 Plympton, South Australia, Australia 23 February 1926 Adelaide, South Australia, Australia




Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
¶ Death
  • PEDERICK.—On the 3rd March, at Woodbourne Farm, Gawler River, after a lingering illness, Mary Ann, the beloved wife of William Pederick, aged 68 years. A colonist of 34 years.
South Australian Register, 6 March 1875, page 4