Thomas Colbert

(26 August 1866 - 1930)
     Thomas Colbert was born on 26 August 1866 in Woodville, South Australia. He was the son of Thomas Colbert and Johanna Baldwin.
     Thomas and Joseph were registered as Joseph was a tuckpointer and Thomas Edward a bootmaker at 224 Latrobe St, Melbourne, on the between 1914 and 1919 electoral roll.
     Thomas and Joseph were registered as Joseph was a labourer and Thomas Edward a bootmaker at 87 Franklin St, Melbourne, on the 1924 electoral roll.
     Thomas died in 1930 in Richmond, Victoria.
     Thomas may have died on 13 November 1944 in Forestville, South Australia. He was buried on 14 November 1944 in the West Terrace cemetery, Adelaide.

Mary Ann Hewson

(circa 1819 - 29 September 1879)
     Mary Ann Hewson was born circa 1819.
     Mary Ann Hewson married Job B [Butler?] Hudson in 1838 in Newcastle. The witnesses were J B Hewson and Catherine Jones.
     The Sydney Monitor on 1 Sep 1841 advertised: CAUTION. Wheras, my wife Mary Anne Hudson, (formerly Hewson), did abandon my house and protection, and her home, on the 25th day of August, instant, and is no longer resident with me, this is to caution the Public against giving any trust or credit to the said Mary Anne Hudson : she having no authority to con- tract any debts while from under the protection of her Husband, and should shopkeepers or others, give trust or credit to the said Mary Anne Hudson, I will not defray such debts nor any of them. The Public are also cautioned against purchasing any lands, Tenements, Horses, Cattle, Chattels of any description from my wife, Mary Anne Hudson or (Hewson), as I will not sanction such sales, and will seek recovery of such of my goods, in Courts of Justice. 2576 Signed Job Hudson.
     On 12 September 1846 she advertised: Caution to Alexander Flood, Auctioneer, and toe Public. I HEREBY CAUTION you from Selling, and the public from Purchasing, at the sale of the 17th instant, advertised in the Maitland Mercury, this day, Mares, Fillies, or Cults, of the following brands-AH con- joined and JH conjoined, the same being the property of myself and children ; also, a dark Bay Mare, little while on hind foot; and 160 sheep, of mixed sexes, late the property of Mr. William Brooks; as I hold a document to prove they are the property of my fourth and youngest son. The sheep are in charge of Mr. R. Logan. Immediate proceedings will be take« for recovery of them. (Signed) MARY ANN HUDSON. Mary Ann Hewson was widowed in August 1848 on the death of her husband Job B [Butler?] Hudson.
     From 1849 Richard had a relationship with Mary Ann Hewson, the widow of Job Hudson and they had four children baptised in 1869.
Mary Ann Hewson was declared bankrupt in March 1865. The Empire on 27 March 1865 reported: New Insolvents: Mary Ann Hudson, a conflnee in Maitland Gaol, late of Nowcastle, widow. Liabilities, £122 12s. Assets, £1010s. Deficit, £11110s. Official assignee, Mr. Humphery..
Mary Ann Hewson was declared bankrupt in March 1865 in Maitland, New South Wales. The Empire 27 March 1865 reported: NEW INSOLVENTS. Mary Ann Hudson, a conflnee in Maitland Gaol, late of Newcastle, widow. Liabilities, £122 12s. Assets, £1010s. Deficit, £11110s. Official assignee, Mr. Humphery.
     Mary died on 29 September 1879 in Newcastle, New South Wales. HUDSON. — On the 29th September, 1879, at the residence of her son (E. R. Hudson), MARY ANN HUDSON, in the
61st year of her age.
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Children of Mary Ann Hewson and Job B [Butler?] Hudson

Children of Mary Ann Hewson and Richard Ryther Steer Bowker

Unknown Colbert

Children of Unknown Colbert