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Biography

William Picker was born 22 September 1838 in Donington, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom to John Picker (c1817-1841) and Mary Coddington (c1819-1900) and died 26 November 1910 in Bigga, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Elizabeth Jane Marks (1838-1908) 21 November 1857 in Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.


Emigration: as bounty immigrant per Bussorah Merchant

Emigration: 13 Nov 1852 Plymouth, England

Immigration: 19 Mar 1853 Sydney, New South Wales

arrived on the ship Bussorah Merchant. With mother, step father and 5 other siblings.

Occupation: 1853 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Occupation: 1857 New South Wales

Event: Petition - To be appointed Justice of the Peace

Date:Feb 1897
Petition: Feb 1897 Bigga, New South Wales




Children


Offspring of William Picker and Elizabeth Jane Marks (1838-1908)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Esther Ann Picker (1859-1893)
Elizabeth Jane Picker (1860-1872)
John Picker (1862-1935) 23 June 1862 Binda, New South Wales, Australia 26 December 1935 Trunkey Creek, New South Wales, Australia Sarah Elizabeth Porter (1864-1947)

William Picker (1864-1945) 23 October 1864 Binda, New South Wales, Australia 18 March 1945 Trunkey Creek, New South Wales, Australia Christina Webster (1863-1954)

James Picker (1866-1934) 27 July 1866 Carcoar, New South Wales, Australia 18 May 1934 Trunkey Creek, New South Wales, Australia Ruth Webster (1872-1910)

Edward Reuben Picker (1868-1933)
George Picker (1871-1944) 19 December 1871 Carcoar, New South Wales, Australia 2 April 1944 Trunkey Creek, New South Wales, Australia Agnes Fanny Tranter (1871-aft1891)
Caroline King (1870-1944)

Frederick Picker (1873-1950) 19 November 1873 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 26 June 1950 Bigga, New South Wales, Australia Rachael Webster (1872-1895)
Adeline Emelia Marks (1875-1953)

Reuben Picker (1876-1950) 16 March 1876 Bigga, New South Wales, Australia 13 May 1949 Bigga, New South Wales, Australia Elizabeth Mary Hudd (1871-1944)

Charles Henry Picker (1877-1877)
Benjamin Picker (1879-?) 24 November 1879 Bigga, New South Wales, Australia 8 July 1958 Chatswood, New South Wales, Australia Ada King (1880-1932)
Katie Ethel Cowling (1896-1963)

Sydney James Picker (1883-1963) 4 November 1883 Bigga, New South Wales, Australia 26 November 1963 Canterbury, New South Wales, Australia Christiana Jane Robertson (1886-1980)

Richard Elijah Picker (1885-1964) 15 April 1885 Carcoar, New South Wales, Australia 26 June 1964 Bigga, New South Wales, Australia Laura Ellen Marks (1896-1981)




Sources and notes

‡ General
  • 1 Residents & Settlers of Crookwell
  • 41-42 Crookwell & District Historical Society Crookwell & District Historical Society Cemetery Transcriptions ISBN 0 646 14659 9
    Transcribed and Collated by Julienne Belford and assisted by Stuart Anderson. Printed 31 May 1993
    Printed by Goulburn Printing Services Goulburn 2580.
  • Rhonda Brownlow
  • 192 A History of Bigga Pirie Printers LTD Canberra
  • 12 Bigga School Parents and citizens' Centenary Committee A History of Bigga Bigga Public School Centenary Committee
    Ian Chudleigh, Editor
    Printed by Pirie Printers Pty Ltd, Canberra, ACT
  • AWT: db: yewenyi, id: I398
¶ Death



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