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Biography

Moses Baker Apps was born 27 May 1833 in Sedlescombe, Sussex, England, United Kingdom to George Apps (1791-?) and Sarah Baker (c1794-?) and died 17 March 1875 in Great Marlow, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Harriet Eggins (1838-1875) 24 March 1856 at St Marys in West Maitland, New South Wales, Australia.


He arrived in Australia in 1856 on the Washington Irving.



Children


Offspring of Moses Baker Apps and Harriet Eggins (1838-1875)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Richard Henry Apps (1856-1935) 1856 Bolwarra, New South Wales, Australia 23 December 1935 Grafton, New South Wales, Australia Ada Eggins (1864-1944)

Ann Elizabeth Apps (1858-1895) 1858 Bolwarra, New South Wales, Australia 22 September 1895 Alumny Creek, New South Wales, Australia William Eggins (1851-1933)

Edwin Apps (1861-1932) 17 October 1861 Bolwarra, New South Wales, Australia 4 November 1932 Maclean, New South Wales, Australia Blanch Ada Paine (1863-1912)

Emily Apps (1864-1902) 21 March 1864 Bolwarra, New South Wales, Australia 7 September 1902 Ulmarra, New South Wales, Australia William Colin Doust (1861-1949)

James William George Apps (1867-1949) 26 February 1867 Grafton, New South Wales, Australia 10 June 1949 Maclean, New South Wales, Australia Annie May Field (1873-1935)

Alexander Carlton Apps (1870-1954) 11 May 1870 Great Marlow, New South Wales, Australia 11 July 1954 Lismore, New South Wales, Australia Hannah May Johnston (1877-1947)

Alfred Apps (1873-1945) 30 March 1873 Great Marlow, New South Wales, Australia 9 November 1945 Ulmarra, New South Wales, Australia Dinah Bailey (1874-1927)
Alice Boulton (1873-1963)

Sydney Apps (1875-1875)




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