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Isaac HAYMAN (1818?- )

Isaac HAYMAN1 was born in 1818 (calculated) in England.2 He married Emma DUNKLEY on 3 January 1840 in Taunton, Somerset.3 In 1848 he was a follower of the Church of England faith .2

he migrated from Plymouth, Devonshire to Sydney, NSW arriving on 12 June 1848. He travelled with his wife Emma and daughter Sarah. The ship left on 20 February 1848.1,4

he died "Date Unknown" .

 

Isaac and Emma Hayman's daughter, Sarah married Peter McIntosh and Margaret Johnstone's son, John Johnston McIntosh, at Patricks Plain in 1859.5

Citations

1{S0499}, Shipping Records 1848 "Canton". Cit. Date: 21 February 2012. Assessment: Primary evidence.
2{S0499}, Shipping Records 1848 "Canton". Cit. Date: 21 February 2012. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
3{S0498}, Internet (WCP) Robinson and Hatch Family History : re McINTOSH, DUNKLEY and HAYMAN (http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=robinson21&id=I151). Cit. Date: 16 February 2012. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
4{S0199}, Internet : General. Cit. Date: 21 February 2012. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: "(1) SHIP OF LONDON, DANIEL FRIEND, MASTER, BURTHEN 507 TONS,
FROM THE PORT OF PLYMOUTH TO PORT JACKSON, NEW SOUTH WALES, 12TH JUNE 1848; (2) Sailed 20 February 1848"
5{S0496}, Researcher : ALEXANDER-FISHER, Beverley re McINTOSH. Custom Id: SUB034. Cit. Date: 21 February 2012. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: "The next spouse I have on record is Emma Hayman (nee Dunkley) from Somerset. She was a widow with a child Sarah who eventually married one of Peter’s sons from first marriage, permission given by Emma"

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Updated : 23 August 2014