William Carlisle

(circa 1765 - )

Personal details

Birth

     William was born circa 1765. He said he was 38 in1803.

Family surname

     For more information about the Carlisle surname click here.

Death

     He died.

Family life

Marriage

     He married Ann Scarborough circa 1789.

Child of William Carlisle and Ann Scarborough

Life event details

Remaining events

  • William wrote to the Colonial Secretary 14 September 1802 asking permission to emigrate. William Carlisle (senior) appears to have reduced his age by at least 5 years in this letter. Presumably he thought his age would go against him when the request was considered..1
  • Thomas and William wrote to the Colonial Secretary 3 September 1803 asking permission to emigrate. The letter was signed by "Thos Gordon; Wm Carlisle; J S Freeman".
    Gordon was a 39 year old shoemaker with a wife and 4 children. His referee was Mr Commiford Baker or 15 Grosvenor Square.
    Carlisle was a 38 year old farmer with a wife and 4 children. His referee was Mrs Gibbs or 30 Queen Ann St.
    Freeman was a 24 year old single farmer. His referee was Mrs Morel of 80 Long Acre..2,3

Resources

Citations

  1. [S57] Letter from William Carlisle (1 Marlborough Mews, Blenheim Street, Greate Marlborough Street, London) to Colonial Secretary, 14 September 1802, PRO 12 1802 Vol 24, Archives Office of NSW.
  2. [S58] Letter from Thomas Gordon, William Carlisle and J S Freeman to Colonial Secretary, 3 September 1803, PRO 13 CO201/28 Page 41, Archives Office of NSW.
  3. [S156] Journal Article, Thomas Gordon, Australian Biographical and Genealogical Record, 1788-1841, ABGR 1788-1841 p161, State Library of NSW.
  4. [S230] Journal Article, Carlisle William, Australian Biographical and Genealogical Record, 1788-1841, ABGR 1788-1841 p.62, State Library of NSW.

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