Elizabeth Curry Shepherd
b. 17 June 1810, d. 26 December 1894
Elizabeth Curry Shepherd was born on 17 June 1810 in Marston Magna. Elizabeth Curry Shepherd is descibed as "base born daughter of Susanna Shepherd"1,2,3,4,5,6
She witnessed the baptism of James Jolliffe
on 12 December 1850 in Marston Magna, Somerset, England.1
Thomas Jolliffe, 2
, and Elizabeth Curry Shepherd were married on 8 September 1828 at St James in Bristol. ||The parish register records that they were married by banns7,8,9,5
Children with Thomas Jolliffe, 2, (b. 28 April 1810, d. 21 November 1867)
|Daughter||Anna Baker Jolliffe (b. 21 May 1829)|
|Daughter||Mary Jolliffe (b. 12 December 1830, d. before 26 December 1894)|
|Son||John Jolliffe+ (b. 17 December 1832, d. 15 July 1914)|
|Daughter||Susannah Jolliffe+ (b. 26 January 1835, d. 31 January 1912)|
|Son||James Jolliffe (b. 3 May 1837, d. 9 May 1837)|
|Daughter||Elizabeth Jolliffe (b. 27 May 1838, d. before 26 December 1894)|
|Daughter||Ellen Jolliffe (b. about January 1841, d. 27 September 1925)|
|Son||Arthur Jolliffe (b. about 1845, d. 1862)|
|Son||Thomas Jolliffe+ (b. about 1847, d. 1 May 1905)|
|Son||James Jolliffe+ (b. about 1849, d. 22 June 1936)|
|Daughter||Sarah Jolliffe (b. 11 March 1851, d. 8 September 1916)|
|Son||Robert Jolliffe+ (b. 7 December 1855)|
Thomas Jolliffe, 2
, and Elizabeth Curry Shepherd lived in Bristol, England, in September 1828.8 Thomas Jolliffe, 2
, and she lived in Marston Magna, Somerset, England, on 6 June 1841.10
About 1851 Elizabeth Curry Shepherd and Thomas Jolliffe, 2
, lived at in Marston Magna, Somerset, England. residence number 1711
On on 27 July 1857, James
, and Selina
arrived at aboard. they was at age 47 years old. SS "Tartar"||The Passenger List records that all could read and write except the two youngets children, Sarah and Robert. All were C of E. Thomas was a Farm Labourer; Elizabeth a Farm Servant; John was a Farm Labourer; Selina a General House Servant; Ellen was a Nursemaid4,9,5
Resided, in Wollongong, NSW, Australia, about 1893.12
In 's will on 16 November 1867 was named as an heir.13
Elizabeth Curry Shepherd died on 26 December 1894 at age 84 in Wollongong. senile decay14,5
She was buried on 27 December 1894 at C of E Cemetery in Dapto.14,5
There is a memorial to Elizabeth Curry Shepherd at St Lukes Anglican Church Cemetery in Brownsville, NSW, Australia. Follow this link
for information and images of her memorial.
- [S414] , Bap: Marston Magna Baptisms - Jolliffe & Shepherd, (Public Record Office, various.)
- [S672] Marston Magna, Index: BDM Marston Magna, Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Freereg, Freereg.org.uk, Ba 46.
- [S415] Thomas Jolliffe, 30 March 1851 Census UK, London, Marston Magna, Public Record Office, 1811.
- [S334] Jolliffe family entry, Tartar, Passenger List, 27 July 1857; in (Kingswood: NSW Government Archives.)
- [S451] Death Registration, Elizabeth Jolliffe, Death Certificate: Jolliffe, Elizabeth, Vol 1894 No 14820, Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages, NSW
- [S418] Unknown, editor, Illawarra Pioneers Pre-1900 (PO Box 310 Wollongong NSW 2520: Illawarra Family History Group Inc, 1988), 1808
- [S348] Death Certificate, Thomas Jolliffe, Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages, NSW, Vol 1867 No 670.
- [S416] Bristol, Marriage Register for Bristol, Public Record Office, London.
- [S418] Unknown, editor, Illawarra Pioneers Pre-1900 (PO Box 310 Wollongong NSW 2520: Illawarra Family History Group Inc, 1988)
- [S674] Thomas Jolliffe, 6 Jun 1841 Census UK, London, Marston Magna, Public Record Office, p2.
- [S415] Thomas Jolliffe, 30 March 1851 Census UK, London, Marston Magna, Public Record Office, p4.
- [S596] Susannah Jolliffe, Email, 30 May 2011, Jolliffe, Fleming Family History Archive, Sydney.
- [S347] Thomas Jolliffe will (16 Nov 1867), W: Jolliffe, Thomas, Probate Office, NSW. Hereinafter cited as W: Jolliffe, Thomas.
- [S418] Unknown, editor, Illawarra Pioneers Pre-1900 (PO Box 310 Wollongong NSW 2520: Illawarra Family History Group Inc, 1988), Item 1703
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