|Richard White FOREMAN
Richard White FOREMAN
"The Register of Emigrant labourers Applying for a Free Passage to New Zealand indicates that Susannah and Richard made application under the scheme along with, or on behalf of, all 15 members of their combined family, although the names of John Sole, Richard Sole and William Foreman are not listed in the later embarkation register for the Oriental......The 1852 Census shows that Richard White Foreman, shoemaker, lived on a quarter-acre fenced section with Susannah and two male adults. At that time there were no children listed living at home. During the Taranaki Wars, Susannah and her husband were among the evacuees who were sent to Nelson. The Statement of Expenditure for Rations covering the period June to October 1860 indicates that Susannah and Richard arrived in Nelson within a few months of the outbreak of the war, probably because they were senior citizens and would not have been able to take an active role in defending the settlement. For 14 weeks, from 22 June until 26 October 1860, their ration entitlement at Nelson is shown as 12s. 10d. per week. Richard was not entitled to vote in the 1862 election because he appears to have temporarily lost his residential qualification as a result of being evacuated to Nelson. In 1863 he was entitled to ten shillings per week under the Public Releif Fund dated 31 March of that year. An entry in the Taranaki Almanac, 1869, indicates that Richard was back in New Plymouth working at his trade as a cordwainer (shoemaker).
Richard married Mary HOYLE.
Richard next married Susannah GORE on 26 Feb 1838 in Saint Nicholas At Wade, , Kent, England. (Susannah GORE was born in 1794 in Saint Nicholas At Wade, , Kent, England, christened on 23 Mar 1794 in Saint Nicholas At Wade, , Kent, England and died on 24 Jun 1871 in New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand..) The cause of her death was Gangrene of the Foot.
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