Jane Bartlett

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Personal and Family Information

Jane was born about 1807 in Somerset, the daughter of unknown parents.[Note 1]

She died on 30 MAY 1870 in Green Plains, Tasmania.[Notes 2, 3, 4, 5]

She had three marriages/partners. Her first husband was Charles Baulch, whom she married in BEF 1840. The place has not been found. Their only known child was Mary Ann (1840-1912).

Her second husband was Joseph Stanbrook, whom she married in BEF 1853. The place has not been found. They had no known children.

Her third husband was Richard Terry, whom she married on 30 JUN 1853 in Perth, Australia. They had no known children.

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
BirthABT 1807
Place: Somerset
Cross Family Research
Source: Cross Family Research
Authors: Margaret & Eric Smith
Publisher: Word documents emailed to SKF April 2003

See Note 1
Death30 MAY 1870
Place: Green Plains, Tasmania
Cross Family Research
Source: Cross Family Research
Authors: Margaret & Eric Smith
Publisher: Word documents emailed to SKF April 2003

Terry letters to Australia 1855-1870
Source: Terry letters to Australia 1855-1870
Publisher: email from Peter Terry
Page: 26 Sep 1870

Terry letters to Australia 1855-1870
Source: Terry letters to Australia 1855-1870
Publisher: email from Peter Terry
Page: 12 - Sept 29 1870

See Note 2
See Note 3
See Note 4
See Note 5
Burial
Place: Longford, Tasmania
Type: Burial
Cross Family Research
Source: Cross Family Research
Authors: Margaret & Eric Smith
Publisher: Word documents emailed to SKF April 2003

See Note 6

Notes

Note 1

3 Born ca 1807 in Somerset

Note 2

we was very Sorry to hear of your sad loss in losing your Dear wife so sudden,

Note 3

Jane died in Green Plains, Tas on 30 May 1870, she was 63.3

Note 4

also the Letter brought the information that my Mother in law was no more, what a serious laps it must be to you in your Old Age to become once more a Widower no one comfort you in sickness or old age

Note 5

we was very Sorry to hear of your sad loss in losing your Dear wife so sudden, and we feel much for poor Richards Wife, it is a very sad Trial for her to be left with such a large family and all so very young

Note 6

Buried in Longford, Tas.3

Sources

  1. Cross Family Research
    Source: Cross Family Research
    Authors: Margaret & Eric Smith
    Publisher: Word documents emailed to SKF April 2003
  2. Cross Family Research
    Source: Cross Family Research
    Authors: Margaret & Eric Smith
    Publisher: Word documents emailed to SKF April 2003
  3. Terry letters to Australia 1855-1870
    Source: Terry letters to Australia 1855-1870
    Publisher: email from Peter Terry
    Page: 26 Sep 1870
  4. Terry letters to Australia 1855-1870
    Source: Terry letters to Australia 1855-1870
    Publisher: email from Peter Terry
    Page: 12 - Sept 29 1870
  5. Cross Family Research
    Source: Cross Family Research
    Authors: Margaret & Eric Smith
    Publisher: Word documents emailed to SKF April 2003
  6. Cross Family Research
    Source: Cross Family Research
    Authors: Margaret & Eric Smith
    Publisher: Word documents emailed to SKF April 2003