Australian English Genealogy

Descendants of John James Yeomans

Notes (Page 2)


3. George Yeomans

 

1827 - Leased the Angel Inn, Wallis Plains.

1827 - Opened the Woolpack Inn of which his brother Richard became licensee in 1831

1832 - Owned a property at Yarramanbah, (Quirindi) in  partnership with his brother, Richard, and William Osborn, Otto Baldwin and John Upton.

1834-36 was licensee of the Sportsman's Inn at West Maitland.

1843 - Licensee of the Northumberland Hotel. His son, Rowland, took over as licensee in 1854.

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DIED
October 13th, at West Maitland, of which town he had been a resident during the last twenty-five years, Mr. George Yeomans, aged 52 years, highly respected and sincerely regretted by all who knew him.

Source:
The SMH 15 Oct 1853


Mary Ann Jane Fanny Lisson

Mary married James Winton in 1825. (7 children)


Elizabeth Singleton

Elizabeth's grandfather, William Singleton, arrived as a convict on the Pitt.

Elizabeth married Otto Baldwin in 1830


6. John Yeomans

A matter concerning a piece of land granted in 1851 as a site for the Sydney Mechanics School of Arts was before his Honor on a petition for payment out of certain moneys to the trustees of the will of John Yeomans who died in 1875. This sum was money paid for land resumed under the Public Works Act about the year 1901, as part of the site of the Sydney Central Railway Station. It appeared from the evidence that on March 29, 1851, one rood of land in the parish of St. Lawrence was conveyed by the late Governor Fitzroy to trustees as a site for the school of arts and in 1852 an Act of the then Legislature empowered the trustees to sell the land at auction. A certain portion of the ground was bought by the late John Yeomans. Under his will John Yeomans devised his property upon trust to his daughters Mrs. J. V. Tooth, Mrs. James Frederick Fitzhardinge, Mrs. Grantley Hyde Fitzhardinge, and Miss Janet Fitzhardinge, for life, with remainder to their children. An order, it further appeared, was made by the Equity Court that the capital should be invested in Government stocks and it was so invested in New South Wales 5½. per cent funded stock, 1931. All the life tenants had now died.  The Court ordered that the fund now in court be paid out to the trustees of John Yeomans' will.

Source: The SMH 14 Sep 1929


Sarah Lisson

DEATHS.
On the 1st instant, at her residence, 414, Elizabeth-street,Sydney, SARAH, the wife of JOHN YEOMANS, in the 59th year of her age.

Source: The SMH 2 Jul 1873


John B Lisson

John took on his stepfather's surname of Gorrick.  When boxing, he used the name 'Bungaree' and became known as the white Bungaree. He travelled to England in 1842 and lost his life in a fight with Harry Bloome.
Source: The History of British Boxing (London: J Grant, 1906)

 


9. Joseph Yeomans

DIED.
On the 20th instant, at his residence, Brougham-street, Darlinghurst, Joseph Yeomans, Esq., Solicitor, Sydney, aged thirty-six years.

Source: SMH 21 Jun 1852

 


22. Joseph William Yeomans

YEOMANS.-May 20, 1895, at Boorooma Station, Brewarrina, Joseph William Yeomans, youngest son of the late Joseph Yeomans, solicitor.

Source: SMH 21 May 1895