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Sarah Ann HILL (1832- )

Sarah Ann HILL1 was born in 1832 in a location to be determined.2 On 12 July 1847 she resided in Menangle, NSW. She lived there at the time of her marriage.3 She married Jasper John Bennett RIDEOUT on 12 July 1847 in Narellan, NSW. The marriage was conducted "with the consent of friends". It was witnessed by Jasper's brother William RIDEOUT and Eliza HILL of Menangle, NSW. It is possible that Sarah and Eliza were orphaned sisters because the marriage was "with the consent of friends".3

she migrated from NSW, Australia to New Zealand arriving after 1864.4

Jasper and Sarah had at least 4 children :

- William RIDEOUT (b. 8 Jun 1849 Brownlow Hill NSW; d.1910 Liverpool NSW). He lived at Spring Creek NSW for about 25 years

- Mary Ann RIDEOUT (b. c.1855). She married Horace ROBEY and had at least 5 children, the first being Harriette Elizabeth ROBEY (b.1881)

- Eliza RIDEOUT (b.1858 Registration 5879 / 1858; d.1858)

- Jesse RIDEOUT (b.1864 Registration 7158/1864). He married Bertha SIMPSON 1892 Coonamble NSW.3 After the birth of their four children, records of them are lost. They may have gone to New Zealand.5

Sarah died "Date Unknown" .

 

Jasper John Bennett RIDEOUT1 was the son of James RIDEOUT (1801?-1878) and Caroline BENNETT (1801-1872).

Citations

1{S0211} Compiled by Max LAIDLEY (1993), Book : "History of our BENNETT Family of Tollard Royal, Wiltshire with descendants at Camden and Muswellbrook". Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
2{S0632}, Internet (Geni - June Barnes) re : HILL and RIDEOUT (http://www.geni.com/people/Sarah-Ann-Rideout/3943405622460077230#/tab/overview). http://www.geni.com/people/Sarah-Ann-Rideout/3943405622460077230#/tab/overview. Cit. Date: 19 September 2012. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
3{S0211} Compiled by Max LAIDLEY (1993), Book : "History of our BENNETT Family of Tollard Royal, Wiltshire with descendants at Camden and Muswellbrook". Page 17. Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: "Jasper John Bennett Rideout was baptised at Tollard Farnham in Dorset on 3 April 1825. He was given his mother's maiden surname as one of his first names.
Jasper married Sarah Ann Hill at Narellan on 12 July 1847, with the consent of friends. He then was of Camden and Sarah Ann was of Menangle. The marriage was witnessed by his brother, William Rideout and Eliza Hill of Menangle. It is assumed that Sarah and Eliza Hill were orphans and sisters because Sarah Ann married 'with the consent of friends'.
Jasper and Sarah Ann had four children before they disappeared leaving no trace. They might have gone to New Zealand."
4{S0238}, Researcher : General. Custom Id: SUB027. Lauretta Nobes. Cit. Date: 19 July 2011. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source:
5{S0211} Compiled by Max LAIDLEY (1993), Book : "History of our BENNETT Family of Tollard Royal, Wiltshire with descendants at Camden and Muswellbrook". Page 23. Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: "Jasper John Bennett Rideout was baptised at Tollard Farnham in Dorset on 3 April 1825. He was given his mother's maiden surname as one of his first names.
Jasper married Sarah Ann Hill at Narellan on 12 July 1847, with the consent of friends. He then was of Camden and Sarah Ann was of Menangle. The marriage was witnessed by his brother, William Rideout and Eliza Hill of Menangle. It is assumed that Sarah and Eliza Hill were orphans and sisters because Sarah Ann married 'with the consent of friends'.
Jasper and Sarah Ann had four children before they disappeared leaving no trace. They might have gone to New Zealand."

Compiler of this family history is : John Owen

              

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Updated : 23 August 2014