Robert Landeryou
(1768-1842)
Elizabeth Trengove
(1773-1845)
John Landeryou
(1803-1876)
Elizabeth Davis (Betsey) (Betty Davey) Pitman
(1799-1862)

Sarah Ann Landeryou
(1826-1885)

 

Family Links

Spouses/Children:
1. Thomas Alfred Bray

Sarah Ann Landeryou

  • Born: 20 Oct 1826, Gwennap, Cornwall England
  • Christened: 30 Apr 1827, Kea, Gwennap, Cornwall England England Births & Christenings 1538-1975 Index Family Search Ref.ID item11 p95
  • Marriage (1): Thomas Alfred Bray on 2 Mar 1844 in Gwennap With St Day, Cornwall England 20
  • Died: 26 Feb 1885, Lambton or Mayfield, Newcastle, NSW Australia at age 58
  • Buried: 28 Feb 1885, St Andrews C of E, North Waratah, Newcastle, NSW Australia

   Another name for Sarah was Sarah Ann Landeryow.

  General Notes:

Pat Theoharris suggests that Sarah was born 2 Oct 1826 rather than 20 Oct 1826
George McPeak suggests that Sarah christening was 30th April 1827 rather than August

  Research Notes:

Marilyn O'Neill notes:
In the 1841 England Census Sarah Ann Landeryou b1826 is living with her mother Elizabeth Landeryou age 50 (b1791) and her siblings Elizabeth Landeryou age 10 (b1831), Catherine Landeryou age 5 (b1836) and John Landeryou age 13 (b1828) at Kenwyn, Truro. As can be seen from the extract below, her father is not with the family on the night of the census, which means he is probably working at the mine but what is interesting is that Sarah Ann is working at a Copper Mine - more than likely as a Bal Maiden. (Note: distance from Kenwyn to St Day is approximately 8 miles)

  Noted events in her life were:

connection. The connection between Robert Pfennig and Robert is as follows:

His wife is linked in some way to Fredrich Eberlein (c1641)
He had Michael Eberlein (c1665)
He had Jobst Eberlein (c1694)
He had Johann Eberlein (1733)
He had Johann Eberlein (1780)
He had Johann Eberlein (1820)
He had Maria Eberlein (1857) who married Johann Pfeiffer
They had Margaretha Pfeiffer (1892) who married John Ruhlig (1890)
He had Walter Ruhlig (1916)
He had Walter Ruhlig (1942) who married Mary Landeryou (1943)
Her father was Ithemar Landeryou (1909)
His father was John Landeryou (1860)
His father was William Landeryou (1824)
His father was William Landeryou (1802)
His father was Robert Landeryou (1768) & he also had John Landeryou (1803)
He had Sarah Ann Landeryou (1826) who married Thomas Bray (1821)
He had Arthur Augustus Bray (1869)
He 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)

Emigration. Arrived in Australia on the Blackfriar which sailed from England on 23/11/1854 arriving in Australia on 10/3/1855. It sailed directly into Newcastle (see boarding passes in photos)


Sarah married Thomas Alfred Bray, son of Thomas Bray and Jane (Jennie) Trevena, on 2 Mar 1844 in Gwennap With St Day, Cornwall England.20 (Thomas Alfred Bray was born on 28 Jun 1821 in Highe Way, Redruth, Cornwall England, christened on 15 Jul 1821 in Gwennap, Cornwall England, died on 13 Oct 1893 in Kasina Flat, High St, Waratah, Newcastle, NSW Australia and was buried on 15 Oct 1893 in North Waratah C/E Cemetery, Newcastle, NSW Australia.)


  Marriage Notes:

Marilyn O'Neill notes:
On 2 March 1844 Thomas marries Sarah Ann Landeryou (1826-1885) by banns at St Day in the parish of Gwennap (this is prior to St Day becoming a parish in its own right - this period is commonly referred to as the parish of Gwennap with St Day). As can be seen from the marriage certificate below Thomas was of full age whilst Sarah Ann was age 19, both were unmarried and Thomas' profession was that of a Miner. Both the groom and bride were living in Carharrack where Thomas Bray b1791 was also working as a Miner, whilst Sarah Ann's father, John Landeryou was working as a sawyer.

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