Emily Ingrey
(1829-1890)

 

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Thomas Gentle

Emily Ingrey

  • Born: 1829, Newnham Baldock, Hertfordshire England
  • Christened: 11 Jan 1829, Newnham Baldock, Hertfordshire England
  • Marriage: Thomas Gentle on 13 Nov 1852 in Ashwell, Hertfordshire England
  • Died: 1890, Eldorado, Victoria Australia at age 61

   Another name for Emily was Emily Ingrey.

  General Notes:

"Calliope", May 1853 - age given as 33. On marriage, described as coming from Newnham. 7899[goss1.FTW]

  Noted events in her life were:

Alt. Birth, 1829.

Baptism: Newnham, Hertfordshire, England, 11 Jan 1829.

Immigration: To Australia on the Calliope, May 1853.


Emily married Thomas Gentle, son of Richard Gentle and Sarah Bains, on 13 Nov 1852 in Ashwell, Hertfordshire England. (Thomas Gentle was born on 28 Jun 1827 in Ashwell, Hertfordshire England, christened on 22 Jul 1827 in Ashwell, Hertfordshire England and died in 1902 in Kiewa, Victoria Australia.)


  Marriage Notes:

They boarded the ship "Calliope" on 3rd Feb 1853 and departed from Southampton, England bound for Melbourne. The Calliope was a ship of 733 tons and her Master was T Eagles. She carried 370 Government immigrants plus merchandise as cargo. They arrived in Melbourne, Australia on 18 May 1853. Thomas was 25 years old and Emily 23 years old when they sailed. Both Emily and Thomas could read and write. At the time of Ann's birth Thomas and Emily were living at Crown Street, Yarra Berg, Richmond where Ann was born. They owned a property and was living at Tangambalanga, via Kiewa and is listed as a farmer at the time of his Ann's marriage. This property, or part thereof, now belongs to Mel Gibson, the actor.
HMS Calliope was on the Australia Station before 1850. The only passengers would have been a Senior Officers' family or an important Government person sent out by the colonial office. The peasantry would not get aboard.[goss1.FTW]

They boarded the ship "Calliope" on 3rd Feb 1853 and departed from Southampton, England bound for Melbourne. The Calliope was a ship of 733 tons and her Master was T Eagles. She carried 370 Government immigrants plus merchandise as cargo. They arrived in Melbourne, Australia on 18 May 1853. Thomas was 25 years old and Emily 23 years old when they sailed. Both Emily and Thomas could read and write. At the time of Ann's birth Thomas and Emily were living at Crown Street, Yarra Berg, Richmond where Ann was born. They owned a property and was living at Tangambalanga, via Kiewa and is listed as a farmer at the time of his Ann's marriage. This property, or part thereof, now belongs to Mel Gibson, the actor.
HMS Calliope was on the Australia Station before 1850. The only passengers would have been a Senior Officers' family or an important Government person sent out by the colonial office. The peasantry would not get aboard.



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