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Richard Ellem (c1800-1857)

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Richard Ellem was born circa 1800 in Warrington, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom to John Ellem (c1774-) and Jane Unknown (c1778-) and died 14 November 1857 in Mangrove Creek, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Charlotte Huxley (1802-1885) 1 October 1842 in Mangrove Creek, New South Wales, Australia.


He arrived in Sydney, New South Wales on 14 September 1818 on the Isabella as a convict.



Children


Offspring of Richard Ellem and Charlotte Huxley (1802-1885)
Name Birth Death Joined with
George Ellem (1827-1912) 4 February 1827 Mangrove Creek, New South Wales, Australia 2 June 1912 Dorrigo, New South Wales, Australia Sarah Ellen Dixon (1832-1912)

Ann Ellem (1828-1914) 29 November 1829 Mangrove Creek, New South Wales, Australia 18 September 1914 Coramba, New South Wales, Australia Henry William Parry (1827-1895)

Richard Ellem (1830-1912)
John Ellem (1832-1916) 20 December 1832 Mangrove Creek, New South Wales, Australia 16 June 1916 South Grafton, New South Wales, Australia Mary Allangham (1836-1917)

Eliza Ellem (1834-1920)
William Ellem (1836-1916)
James Ellem (1838-1907) 21 August 1838 Mangrove Creek, New South Wales, Australia 14 June 1907 Clarence River, New South Wales, Australia Mary Ann Perkins (1838-1921)

Frederick Ellem (1841-1914) 28 January 1841 Mangrove Creek, New South Wales, Australia 17 June 1914 Murwillumbah, New South Wales, Australia Alice E Perkins (1840-1906)

Thomas Ellem (1843-1906)
Isaac Thomas Ellem (1844-)
Samuel Henry Ellem (1846-1904) 20 August 1846 Mangrove Creek, New South Wales, Australia 17 August 1904 Glenreagh, New South Wales, Australia Agnes Craft (1847-1937)




Footnotes (including sources)

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Contributors

  Robin Patterson

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