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 Christina and Donald McLEAN from Scotland 1837



Mary  DAWSON

Mary DAWSON

Female 1841 - 1837

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  • Name Mary DAWSON  [1
    Died 24 Aug 1837  Clare SA Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 3
    • The BRB has her death as 1937.
    Buried 25 Aug 1837  Clare SA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Born 1841  Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 3
    Gender Female 
    Person ID I-1164  Christina and Donald McLean
    Last Modified 17 Apr 2019 

    Father James (snr) DAWSON,   b. 1785, Falkirk Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 22 May 1865, Strathalbyn SA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 80 years) 
    Relationship -257 
    Mother Jane (Jean) HAMILTON,   b. 24 Feb 1802, Hamilton Lanarkshire Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 9 Aug 1885, Springfield SA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 83 years) 
    Relationship -257 
    Married 3 Mar 1816  Falkirk Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 4, 5, 6
    Family ID F-257  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Richard Livett LANDER,   b. 1830,   d. 26 Jun 1884  (Age 54 years) 
    Married 4 Aug 1858  [2
    • The wedding was definitely in 1858 but might have been on 28th September rather than 4th August.
    Children 
     1. John Livett LANDER,   b. 30 May 1859,   d. 16 Jan 1930  (Age 70 years)
     2. James Dawson LANDER,   b. 10 Nov 1860,   d. 15 Jan 1935  (Age 74 years)
     3. Jane Susan LANDER,   b. 17 Nov 1862, Yorke Peninsula SA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 22 Jun 1948, Gilberton SA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 85 years)  []
     4. Mary LANDER,   b. 28 Nov 1864,   d. 24 Aug 1937  (Age 72 years)
     5. Richard Livett LANDER,   b. 20 Oct 1866,   d. 10 Jul 1964  (Age 97 years)
     6. Isabella LANDER,   b. 9 Sep 1868,   d. 13 Sep 1868  (Age 0 years)
     7. Herbert LANDER,   b. 25 Jan 1870,   d. 29 Jun 1954  (Age 84 years)
    Last Modified 2 Apr 2016 10:17:19 
    Family ID F-1049  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Stories
    5015 - Florence May Maud McLean & Charles Thomas Gaffney Mathews
    5015 - Florence May Maud McLean & Charles Thomas Gaffney Mathews
    Allan's descendants - biography as published in the BRB in 1995.

  • Sources 
    1. [S-3] FS BRB - 'Donald & Christina McLean & Their Descendants', 1995, The BRB has a good index for each individual. Copies of the BRB available Strathalbyn National Trust Museum & Library, several libraries around Australia including State Library SA, and Western Australian Genealogical Society Bayswater WA Request assistance for locating a copy through 'Contact us' on this website. .

    2. [S-8] PUBLICATION Dawson book in Goolwa Library, Yvonne Heath of Morphettville, (Heath of Morphettville), C0461991941 - Goolwa.

    3. [S-182] NEWSPAPER-Norther Argus 189-1954 Clare, https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/97775094?searchTerm=death-%22mary%20dawson%22&searchLimits=l-state=South+Australia|||l-decade=193|||l-year=1937#, 17 Apr 2019 Researcher Lorna McLean.
      OBITUARY LATE MRS. CHARLES FRANCIS TEMPLE death occurred at Clare on Tuesday, August 24th., at the residence of her son-in-law and daughter (Mr. and Mrs. Eric Tilbrook), of Mrs. Mary Temple, widow of the late Mr. Charles Francis Temple, of Angas Street and Royston Park, Adelaide. The deceased lady came to reside with her daughter at Clare about 4 1/2 years ago, following on the death of her husband. Being in failing- health and 73 years of age, her demise was not unexpected, although just before her death (on Sunday last) she suffered from a heart attack and stroke, and remained unconscious to the end. Mrs. Temple was a daughter of the late Mr. Richard Livett Lander, a pastoralist who lived in the early days of the colony at Lake Sunday Station on the Peninsula, and she was born at Moonta 73 years ago. While on a visit to England with her sister (Mrs. R. J. S. Adams), of Park Terrace, Gilberton, in 1887, the deceased lady became engaged to Mr. Charles Francis Temple,' an Australian, who was then the London and also South American manager in Rio de Janiero for the Australian stock exchange and brokerage firm of Messrs. Keats and Temple.He later was a partner in the pastoral station known as "Weeilmoringle", in N.S.W. They were married on 3rd June, 1887, in the Parish Church, of Ben-Hilton, in the County of Surrey, England, by the vicar, the Rev. John Brooker, M.A. There were three children of the marriage, two sons and one daughter. Of these Mrs. Enc H. Tilbrook survives her two brothers Messrs. Roy S., and Richard C. V. Temple, both dying shortly after their 'return from active service in Great War, the former being at the Gallipoli landing and an Anzac, and the latter being injured in the defence of the Suez Canal. Mrs. Temple's surviving brothers are Messrs. H. and R. L. Lander, of Eden Valley. Mrs.' Temple's mother (the late Mrs R. L. (Mary) Lander, who died 9 years ago, at the age of 87, was the first white woman born upon the River Angas at Strathalbyn and at the age of 17 years (then being Miss Mary Dawson) declared St. Andrew's bridge at Strathalbyn open. The southern Argus of Strathalbyn in its edition of the 30th November, 1858, contains among others the following interesting and historical details conceding the opening ceremony of that bridge.'The procession assembled on St. Andrew's Day, and proceeded to the bridge in the following order:-Brunswick Band of Music, Miss Mary Dawson (the first European lady to be born upon the Angas), supported by Mr. Thompson, secretary of the Central Board of Health, Messers. Dawson and Rankine, Trustees of the township, Mr. Boothby. Superintendent Surveyor of the South Eastern District, the committee, visitors, ladies and gentlemen of the town and neighbor -hood, horsemen, carriages, a load of grain, a load of flour, two loads of copper ore a load of wool, Mr. Coleman, Master of Ceremonies. Horsemen numbered 57, and pedestrians 200. 'Mr. Dawson, one of the Trusttees of the Strathalbyn township, and one of the first settlers on the Angas, wore the jewelled star of the Sacred order of the Lion and Sun, and a large golden medal presented to him by the Shah of Persia, as an artilleryman in a British Regiment in the war between Persia and Russia. On reaching the centre of the bridge Mr.Thompson placed a gaily decked bottle of Burgundy, which swung from a blue ribbon,in the hands of 17-year old Miss Mary Dawson, the veteran's daughter, who performed the ceremony of christening by dashing the led wine over the structure, and saying ?''I name this bridge, with the concurrence- of the Central Board of Health, and on behalf of the people of Strathalbyn, and of the Trustees of the township St. Andrew's Bridge.' The late Mr. C. F. Temple was the first person to be baptised in the Parish of St. Paul's, Adelaide,on January 8, 1860, he being No. 1 upon the baptismal register. The funeral of Mrs. Temple took place on Wednesday afternoon at the North Road Cemetery, North Adelaide, where she was interred with her husband and two sons. The Clare firm of Messrs. McDonald & Edwards, carried out tho funeral arrangements, the officiating clergy man being the Rector of St. Barnabas Church. Clare,(the Rev. A. L. Bulbeck), who at the private service held at the residence, made fitting reference to the sacrifice the mothers of this country had made in giving their sons to the service of their country in the Great War.


    4. [S-59] http://www.familyhistorysa.info/colonists.html, Barry Leadbetter, 1.
      MCLEAN Allan, Catharine DAWSON, married 29 feb 1844 at Wheatsheaf Inn Mt Barker as this information does not match the uncited/sourced information. As it is so different I have left it for further researchers to confirm or delete. Sourced 5 Feb 2016 Researcher Lorna McLean



    5. [S-137] My Heritage Mark Brabant, my heritage (with a log in), 17 Apr 2019 Researcher Lorna McLean.
      Jane ( Jean ) Dawson nee Hamilton 1802 - 1885 Birth:Mar 8 1802 Hamilton,Lanarkshire,Scotland,UK Nationality:Australia Title:Mrs Religion:Protestant: Marriage to: James Dawson on Feb 16 1816 Falkirk Scotland Immigration:Apr 30 1839 Port Adelaide, South Australia Death: Aug 9 1885 Springfield, Strathalbyn, SA Burial:Strathalbyn General Cemetery SA
      Family members Parents:William Hamilton 1777 - 1850 Janet / Jannet Hamilton (born Pollock) 1777 - 1857 Husband: James Dawson 1781 - 1865

    6. [S-87] will require your own log on, https://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/record-results?search_type=people&event=M&record_type%5B0%5D=opr_marriages&church_type=Old%20Parish%20Registers&dl_cat=church&dl_rec=church-banns-marriages&surname=dawson&surname_so=exact&forename=james&forename_so=starts&spouse_name=hamilton&spouse_name_so=exact&from_year=1800&to_year=1850&record=Church%20of%20Scotland%20%28old%20parish%20registers%29%20Roman%20Catholic%20Church%20Other%20churches, 21 Apr 2019 Researcher Lorna McLean.
      DAWSON JAMES m.JEAN HAMILTON FR2560 (FR2560) on 16/02/1816 479/ 90 195 at Falkirk Scotland. no credits for document of OPR MARRIAGE