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1851 census ref HO107/1577/315b and Brian Riley - see http://www.the-net.co.uk/frewin/messages/274.htm., also http://www.terrigal.net.au/~ccfhg/pioneersa-g.html 1
Moved to Gosford, Australia - see http://www.terrigal.net.au/~ccfhg/pioneersh-o.html.
See also: http://www.schools.ash.org.au/ourimbah/TIMBER.html:
Early settlers of the district who worked in the timber industry were William Foott, Charles Cater, a bullock driver,Joseph Frewin(1825-1877),Edward Newman(1880),Alexander Walker(1903-1981), George Williamson, Thomas Collins(1830-1905) ,George Buckton, a former convict(1809-1881),Billy Cook,Joe and Johnny Morris,Johnny Robley,Nittie Anthony and Tom Crawley. Many of the timber getters and sawmill hands went to the Traveller's Rest Hotel at Blue Gum Flat to have a drink and relax.
Life in Australia:
The Humbolt's records show that Joseph & Christiana were English and not Irish and gave Wargrave and Greenwich as their birthplaces. Joseph's parents were Thomas Frewin and Elizabeth (maiden name as yet unknown.) Christiana's parents were James Kingston and Christiana (maiden name not yet known.)Joseph belonged to the Independent Church (Congregational) and his wife Christiana was Church of England.Their daughter Christiana (the 3rd) was born at Battersea (in London on the Thames) in 1852, presumably whilst waiting to board the ship.
You and Your Family:
My grandmother Clare ( 1898-1993) told me that her grandparents, James and Christiana were the 2nd white family to settle in the area of Lisarow and Ourimba near Gosford NSW. They had a farm, with large orchards, particularly oranges. They were also timber getters.She said that although many families in the area were hungery her family always had plenty to eat(when she was young).The Frewins are a very large family. My grandmother Clare had 10 brothers & sisters and they all had numerous children.
Life Before Australia:
Wargrave(pop.2,271) is located at the junction of the Thames and Loddon rivers, 6 miles north east of Reading. It is an agricultural market and resort favoured by artists.The name Frewin is Saxon(Old English 5th - 12th C.) and is found in the Doomsday Book compiled in 1085.It means "free","noble"or "noble friend". This implies that these people were not serfs (conquered Celts) but free Saxons, most likely landholders.Greenwhich was established by the Danes in 1048. Their King Christian iv(he was ruler of Norway as well.)changed the name of Norway's capital to Christiana (after himself) in 1624.( Oslo reverted to its original name in 1924.)Maybe the name Christiana became popular in Greenwhich around this time.
FREWIN, George Thomas 1
FREWIN, Clare 1.1 FREWIN, Elsie 1.10 FREWIN, Constance 1.2
FREWIN, Reg 1.3 FREWIN, Pearl Beatrice 1.4 FREWIN, Una 1.5
FREWIN, Leonard George 1.6 FREWIN, Leslie Thomas 1.7 FREWIN, Bert 1.8
FREWIN, Ada 1.9
MCDOWELL, Joan 1.1.1
Great Great Grandchildren
MCDOWELL, RobertGarry 220.127.116.11 MC DOWELL, Glenda Joan 18.104.22.168
Great Great Great Grandchildren
TUCKER, Michelle Ann 22.214.171.124.1 MCDOWELL, Garry John 126.96.36.199.2 MCDOWELL, Stephen Glenn 188.8.131.52.1
Great Great Great Great Grandchildren
TUCKER, Sophie Lorraine 184.108.40.206.1.1
NB: Superscript behind each descendant name represents the lineage number of that descendant.
This family information was last updated by GLENDA JOAN MC DOWELL on the 11 July, 2001.
Email from Wendy & Jim Frewin, 31/7/04 firstname.lastname@example.org
I am researching my family tree and came across your details.
My details are; JAMES EWART FREWIN - DOB 02/09/1938 -
My Father was; LYSLE EWART FREWIN - DOB 28/03/1901 - DOD 26/01/1960
His father was; JOSEPH JAMES FREWIN - DOB 20/06/1858 - DOD 06/07/1937
My G/Grandfather was; JOSEPH JAMES FREWIN - DOB 1825 - DOD 21/02/1877
My GG/Grandfather was; THOMAS HENRY FREWIN - DOB 1800 ? - DOD ?
Any information you can provide would be most appreciated
Wendy & Jim Frewin
Glenrose Mountain Hideaway
Ph. 02-4567 7574 Fax 02-4567 7588
Hawkesbury Highlands Unique Accommodation Group
FreeBMD, Vol 4 Page 572, March 1841 quarter. 72
- Christiana Frewin
- Ellen Elizabeth Frewin
- George Thomas Frewin
- Joseph James Frewin
- Louisa Janet Frewin
- David Frewin
- Sarah Ann Frewin
- Agnes Frewin
- William Henry Frewin
- 1851 UK census ref HO107/1577/315b, LDS Australian Vital Record Entries, ref 6995, & Brian Riley, see http://www.the-net.co.uk/frewin/messages/274.htm
Text: Date of Import: Jul 8, 2003
- 1851 census ref HO107/1577/315b and Margaret Knight, descendant, via email 10/8/04
- LDS Australian Vital Records ref 4317 and http://www.firstfamilies2001.net.au/firstfamily.cfm?id=Frewin16429873811
- 1851 census returns ref HO107/1577/315b
- FreeBMD, Vol 4 Page 572, September 1850 quarter
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