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Lucinda (nee THOMPSON) SCADDEN (1824?-1884)

Lucinda (nee THOMPSON) SCADDEN1 was born in 1824 (approx.) in a location to be determined.2

Lucinda Thompson married John Scadden, a convict from Cornwall, in 1846. There were no daughters born by the name Lucinda. John was born c.1812/13 and died at Parramatta Asylum.

In the Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser on 4 September 1860, John Scadden placed a Notice to the Public re his wife which read :

‘I HEARBY caution the public not to give CREDIT to my wife, LUCINDA SCADDEN, as I will not be responsible for any debt she may contract, she having left me without any cause and against my wish.’

She may have gone back to live with John as according to the various Scadden family websites and the NSW BDM another child, Mary A Scadden, father John, was registered in 1861 and William J was registered in 1860. A timeline of her marriages shows :

1867 Lucinda married Peter McIntosh

1874 Peter McIntosh died.

1876 Lucinda Scaddin married William Latham

1894 William Latham died (reg. Wagga Wagga).

1884 Lusinda Latham aged 60yrs died at Tarcutta (Reg. Wagga Wagga).2,3

Lucinda married Peter Campbell MCINTOSH in 1867 at the BDM District in Armidale, NSW.1,4,5

she died (aged 60) in 1884 in Tarcutta, NSW.6

 

Peter Campbell MCINTOSH7,8,9 was the son of Leonard MACINTOSH (1765?- ) and Elspeth MACDONALD ( - ).

Citations

1{S0065}, BDM (NSW) Online Indexs : Marriages (NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Marriages Index : http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/Index/IndexingOrder.cgi/search?SessionID=&event=...). Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Registration no : 1374 / 1867. Lucinda was married under the name Lucinda SCADDEN having previously being married to John SCADDEN (Registration V184659 84 / 1846) in the Wesleyan/Methodist Parish in Sydney c.1846
2{S0440}, Researcher : WILSON, Ann re PARTRIDGE, McINTOSH. Custom Id: SUB032. Cit. Date: 26 January 2011. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: "Lucinda Thompson married John Scadden, a convict from Cornwall, in 1846. There were no daughters born by the name Lucinda. John was born about 1812/13 and Lucinda about 1824.
The National Newspaper Archives digitization database searching Lucinda Scadden shows that in the Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser on 4/09/1860 John Scadden placed a Notice to the Public re his wife which reads
‘ I HEARBY caution the public not to give CREDIT to my wife, LUCINDA SCADDEN, as I will not be responsible for any debt she may contract, she having left me without any cause and against my wish.’
Now she may have gone back to live with John as according to the various Scadden family websites and the NSW BDM another child, Mary A Scadden father John was Reg in 1861 and William J Reg. in 1860.
1867 Lucinda married Peter McIntosh. 1874 Peter McIntosh dies.
1876 Lucinda Scaddin marries William Latham registered in Wagga Wagga. 1894 William Latham dies reg. Wagga Wagga.
1884 Lusinda Latham aged 60yrs dies at Tarcutta Reg. Wagga Wagga"
3{S0021}, Researcher : OWEN, John Edward (0001). Email received from Bob Tuxford. Cit. Date: 7 May 2013. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: "We found that John Scadden died at Parramatta Asylum but my problem is where his body lies, as the death certificate does not say this. Looking for someone who can assist with this information"
4{S0559}, Mailing List (Genforum) : re : Partridge Stephen England (Partridge Family Genealogy Forum at http://genforum.genealogy.com/partridge/messages/1059.html). Cit. Date: 7 April 2012. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
5{S0440}, Researcher : WILSON, Ann re PARTRIDGE, McINTOSH. Custom Id: SUB032. Cit. Date: 26 January 2011. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: "I really have a sneaking suspicion that Margaret McIntosh was not deceased as Peter McIntosh’s second marriage registration indicates"
6{S0440}, Researcher : WILSON, Ann re PARTRIDGE, McINTOSH. Custom Id: SUB032. Cit. Date: 26 January 2011. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: "1884 Lusinda Latham aged 60yrs dies at Tarcutta Reg. Wagga Wagga"
7{S0286}, Headstone : MCINTOSH, Peter Campbell (1154). Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: "Died 1 Sept 1874"
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Peter's headstone in the Wallabadah, NSW cemetery

8{S0199}, Internet : General. http://genealogy.wikia.com/wiki/Peter_Campbell_McIntosh_%28c1803-1874%29. Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
9{S0199}, Internet : General. http://www.mcintoshweb.com/clanmcintosh/guestbook/guestArchive/guest1999_3.aspx. Cit. Date: 26 March 2010. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: "Name: Judy McIntosh; City: Sydney; State: NSW; Country: Australia
Clan: McIntosh; Date: 8/20/99
Comments :
Seeking information regarding Leonard McIntosh who has first appeared when married Janet Martin in Lethendy and Kinloch in Perthshire, Scotland in 1784. Issue from that marriage - Isobel born 1784, John born 1787; James born 1789 and Margaret born 1791. All christened in church in lethendy and Kinloch. Then appears to have married Elizabeth MacDonald in 1793 with issue - Janet christened 1794; Anne 1797, Donald 1799; Helen 1801; Peter Campbell (my gg grandfather) 1803, Marjory 1806 and Laurence 1808. Peter Campbell migrated to Sydney on Lady Kennaway leaving Leith Roads Port in Scotland in April 1838 with wife, Margaret Johnstone and children. Looking for any further information on these people prior to arrival in Australia. Particularly any information re: Leonard McIntosh - birth? Death/ etc. Thank you."

Compiler of this family history is : John Owen

              

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Updated : 23 August 2014