Aaron Daw
(1748-1822)
Esther (Hettie) Stevens
(1752-1826)
William Bannister
(1749-1796)
Elizabeth Lancaster
(1753-1814)
Aaron Daws
(1779-1855)
Elizabeth Bannister
(1783-1860)

George John Dawes
(1802-1886)

 

Family Links

Spouses/Children:
1. Eliza Goodsell

2. Louisa Wratten

George John Dawes

  • Born: 28 Sep 1802, Peasmarsh, East Sussex England
  • Christened: 19 Dec 1802, Peasmarsh, East Sussex England
  • Marriage (1): Eliza Goodsell on 25 Oct 1824 in St Peters & St Pauls, Peasmarsh, East Sussex England
  • Marriage (2): Louisa Wratten on 24 Jun 1838 in Peasmarsh, East Sussex England
  • Died: 23 May 1886, Wilson St, Newtown, Sydney, NSW Australia at age 83
  • Buried: 25 May 1886, Rookwood Cemetery, Lidcombe, Sydney, NSW Australia

   Cause of his death was Decay of nature.

  Medical Notes:

Dr W G Sedgwick

  Noted events in his life were:

source. Graham Pearson & http://www.sheather.co.uk/_sgg/mum1s8_1.htm & Geoff & Val Wells who writes:
George's occupation is identified as brickmaker in March 1880 on his step daughter Dennis's marriage certificate when she married Michael Bennett. 1843: Labourer as identified on baptism record for son Naasson. In an article believed to have been written by A.G.N Dawes for the Clay Products Journal of Australia, September 1936 Alfred tells us that his Grandfather was a pioneer brick-maker in the unsettled Alexandria area of Sydney in 1845. Sands Directory for Newtown area identifies George in 1863 as a Brickmaker in Cooks River Road. The directory has no listing for George prior to 1863. Sands and Kenny directories, page 242 further identify that in 1863 George was making bricks in Mary Street, Cooks River Road. It is believed that daughter Orientia spent some time at school in Melbourne so it may well be that the family or just George and Orientia relocated there. Some family researchers believe George may have been identified as "next of kin" when his brother William was murdered and that George, and possibily his family relocated to Melbourne at the time to attend to the necessary matters and arrange for the care of William's daughter. It is believed that they then returned to Sydney.

facts. George worked as a brick maker in both England and at Cooks River Rd, Sydney, New South Wales. He also worked on the
Goldfields in Australia.
George was previously married to Eliza Goodsell (1806-1836) and their four children (Mary Ann,
Ellen, George and Catherine) also travelled with George and Louisa on the "Orient" - in total
there were 8 children (including the two born abouard ship) with George and Louisa.
...Roslyn Taylor - July 2007

emigrated. He emigrated to Australia in 1839 on the S S Orient with Louisa Wratten & their family

connection. Belinda Mainprize is connected to Robert in this way:

Belinda Mainprize . . .
She is the Granddaughter of . . .Amy Symonds (1896) who married Wilfred Webster
Her father was Thomas Symonds who married Amy Barnes (1870)
Her father was Hiram Barnes (1832) who married Catherine Dawes (1834)
Her father was George Dawes (1802)
His father was Aaron Daw (1779) & he also had Edward Dawes (1813)
He had James Dawes (1843)
He had Annie Dawes (1873) who married Arthur Augustus Bray (1869)
They had Albert Alan Bray (1896)
He had Robert Alfred Bray (1920)
He had Robert Arthur Bray (1947) who married me - Robyn Bray (nee Davies) (1950)

connection. 29 Robert Blair is connected to me in this way:

Robert Blair . . .
His brother-in-law is the son of . . .
John Rae Bristow (c1915) who married Elsie Brimley (1918)
Her father was Sydney Brimley (1882) who married Elsie Dawes (1886)
Her father was William Dawes (1849)
His father was George Dawes (1802)
His father was Aaron Daw (1779) & he also had Edward Dawes (1813)
He had James Dawes (1843)
He had Annie Dawes (1873) who married Arthur Augustus Bray (1869)
They had Albert Alan Bray (1896)
He had Robert Alfred Bray (1920)
He had Robert Arthur Bray (1947) who married me - Robyn Bray (nee Davies) (1950)


George married Eliza Goodsell, daughter of John Goodsell and Mary Foster, on 25 Oct 1824 in St Peters & St Pauls, Peasmarsh, East Sussex England. (Eliza Goodsell was born in 1806 in Peasmarsh, East Sussex England and died on 12 Jan 1836 in Peasmarsh, East Sussex England.)


George next married Louisa Wratten, daughter of Nicholas Wratten and Mary Skewers / Squer, on 24 Jun 1838 in Peasmarsh, East Sussex England. (Louisa Wratten was born on 6 May 1809 in Hythe, Kent England, christened on 18 Jun 1809 in Lydd, Romney Marsh, Kent England, died on 3 Sep 1886 in Wilson St, Newtown, Sydney, NSW Australia and was buried on 5 Sep 1886 in Rookwood Cemetery, Lidcombe, Sydney, NSW Australia.). The cause of her death was Decay of nature.


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