James William Jeffery
(1781-1808)
Esther Davis
(1783-1828)
Richard Hennessy
(1778-1839)
Mary Fogarty
(1780-1865)
William Henry Jeffery
(1804-1880)
Mary Ann Hennessy
(1810-1878)

Richard Hennessey Jeffery
(1841-1876)

 

Family Links

Spouses/Children:
1. Bridget Taylor

Richard Hennessey Jeffery

  • Born: 30 Sep 1841, Cookbundoon, NSW Australia
  • Christened: 8 Oct 1852, "Marianvale", Bungonia, NSW Australia
  • Marriage (1): Bridget Taylor on 11 Jul 1864 in St Peter & St Paul, Catholic Church, Goulburn, NSW Australia
  • Died: 14 Mar 1876, Bungonia Creek, NSW Australia at age 34
  • BuriedMale: 16 Mar 1876, St Saviours C of E Cathedral, Goulburn, NSW Australia 579

   Cause of his death was drowned.

  General Notes:

oe Cochrane notes:
Rose's mother Beatrice died when she was 11 years old. Rose was sent to live in Perth with her Dad's brother Maurice. My mother told me he was still alive in 1939/40 because she bumped into him with my Mum and he said she looked just like Rose. He was very fond of my grandmother Rose. Rose didn't get on well with her Aunty, Florence and left when she was about 18 and went to live with a Jewish family who were dressmakers. Because of the depression, she had to wait four years before marrying my Grandfather Jack. So the record of Maurice dying earlier in NSW doesn't ring true, but further research would need to be done there. My grandparents met in 1930 at Glen Forrest National Park in Perth.

All of Rose's siblings lived in NSW. In 2003 Mum and I went to visit her brother Charles Jeffery, but he was taken in by his Mum's brother when Beatrice died, he was only about two years old. Elsie, not Elise, the youngest daughter was put in an orphanage as the two oldest children could not take her and Zachariah my great grandfather could not look after her. Charles was living in Annadale. He loved trains, just like his father Zachariah who used to drive trains.

I also remember my grandmother telling me that Richard Hennessy Jeffery dying when he was only about 36 years old helping another farmer gets some bullocks across a river and it was sad that Zachariah never knew his father, but his stepfather was a lovely man who got married to his mother Bridget Taylor.

Rose and Jack had four children.

  Noted events in his life were:

Baptism, 8 Oct 1852, Goulburn, NSW Australia.

connection. Ric Svanberg's links to me are as follows:

Eric (Ric) Svanberg
His father is Vernon Svanberg
His father was Joseph Carl Svanberg
His father was Joseph Svanberg (d1936) who married Bridget Taylor (1846) and she also married Richard Jeffery (1841)
His father was William Jeffery (1802) & he also had James Jeffery (1837)
He had Mary Jeffery (1860) who married William South (1854)
They had Annie South (1891) who married Leslie Rice (1885)
They had Hazel Rice (1913) who married Emmett Whyte (1899)
They had Sandra Whyte (1943) who married Colin Parker (1936)
His father was Arthur Parker (1894)
His mother was Martha Parker (1872)
Her mother was Elizabeth Roser (1844)
Her father was John Roser & he also had John Roser (1838)
He had George Roser (1868)
He had Charles Roser (1897)
He had George Roser (1923) who married Olive Elliot (1924)
Her mother was Doris Emery (1903)
Her mother was Phoebe Davies (1876)
Her father was Joseph Davies (1852) & he also had G A Davies (1894)
He had Colin Davies (1925)
He had me Robyn Bray (nee Davies) (1950)


Richard married Bridget Taylor, daughter of Alexander Richard Taylor and Roseanna Riza Garrigan, on 11 Jul 1864 in St Peter & St Paul, Catholic Church, Goulburn, NSW Australia. (Bridget Taylor was born in 1846 in Taralga, near Goulburn, NSW Australia and died on 13 May 1944 in Clyde, Sydney, NSW Australia.)


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