Mary Page (c1780-1829)

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Mary Page was born circa 1780 in England, United Kingdom and died 1829 in Wilberforce, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. She married John Lyons (c1768-1829) 21 March 1811 in Wilberforce, New South Wales, Australia.

She arrived in Port Jackson 25 June 1804 on the Experiment as a convict.


Offspring of John Lyons and Mary Page (c1780-1829)
Name Birth Death Joined with
William Lyons (1808-1846) 1808 Wilberforce, New South Wales, Australia 31 March 1846 Castle Hill, New South Wales, Australia Hannah Clarke (1817-1900)

Mary Ann Lyons (1810-1896) 21 November 1810 Wilberforce, New South Wales, Australia 31 January 1896 Bingara, New South Wales, Australia John Rose (1793-1848)

Pierce Lyons (1811-1870) 30 December 1811 Wilberforce, New South Wales, Australia 1870 Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia Mary Ann Little (1813-1877)
Sarah Crummy (1819-1888)

Eleanor Lyons (1813-1898)
Elizabeth Lyons (1816-1900)
Isabella Lyons (1817-?)
Eliza Lyons (1818-1907)

Namesakes of Mary Page (c1780-1829)

 Birth placeDeath placeFatherMotherJoined with
Mary Page (c1780-1829)England, United KingdomWilberforce, New South Wales, AustraliaJohn Lyons (c1768-1829)
Mary Page (1648-1671)Virginia, United States of AmericaVirginia, United States of AmericaJohn Page (1628-1692)Alice Lukin (1625-1698)Walter Chiles (1630-1672)
Mary Ann Page (1846-1930)London, England, United KingdomNewcastle, New South Wales, AustraliaJames Page (1814-1877)Susanna de la Force (1817-1898)Joseph Frederick Christmas (1849-1940)
Mary Victoria Page (1875-1875)Grafton, New South Wales, AustraliaGrafton, New South Wales, AustraliaCharles Page (1851-1919)Mary Johanna Hadden Cox (1854-1931)

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