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Re: Edward WEAVER/S d.1851, Pitt Town, NSW
Posted by: Debra (ID *****1443) Date: September 28, 2013 at 07:54:09
In Reply to: Edward WEAVER/S d.1851, Pitt Town, NSW by Kevin Pitts of 82830

Hi Kevin,

You need to have a look through the early musters and the 1828 census.

In 1822 Edward was "Edward WEAVER alias PRICE" (though it looks more like 'Prin'), Free by Servitude, Albemarle, 7 years, Carpenter, Windsor.

In 1825, Mary CALLAGHAN is listed as the wife of Edward WEAVER, Windsor, and Richard is with her as CALLAGHAN. Edward is listed as PRICE.

1828 Census
Edward PRICE, aged 61, free by servitude, 1791, Albemarle, 7 years, Protestant, Carpenter, Pitt Town

Mary PRICE or CALLAGHAN, aged 35, free by servitude, 1811, Friends, 7 years, Catholic

Listed separately is Richard WEAVERS, aged 9, born in the colony, Protestant, "lives at Edward Price's, Pitt Town"

Edward and Mary's permission to marry is recorded in the Colonial Secretary's Papers, approved and signed by Lachlan Macquarie.


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