John Hughes

(5 October 1741 - )
     John Hughes was born on 5 October 1741 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster. He was the son of Simon Hughes and Sarah Unknown. John Hughes was christened on 11 October 1741 in St Martin in the Fields.

John Hughes

(1 July 1778 - )
     John Hughes was born on 1 July 1778 in Westminster, Middlesex, England. He was the son of Simon Hughes and Isabella Marshall. John Hughes was christened on 19 July 1778 in St James Piccadilly, Westminster, Middlesex.

Maj. General Joseph William Hughes

     Maj. General Joseph William Hughes married Frances Cox, daughter of William Henry Cox and Emily Augusta Hooper, on 2 January 1879.

Josephine Hughes

     Josephine Hughes married John Lionel Halahan, son of Dr Robert Edwin Halahan and Lydia Margarita Hearne, on 17 December 1960. She was of Frederictown, New Brunswick, Canada.

Mary Hughes

     Mary Hughes married John Barton before 1800. This is a tentative relationship so far.

Children of Mary Hughes and John Barton

Myrtle Edna Hughes

     Myrtle Edna Hughes married William Ivor Clarke, son of William Clarke and Emma Harriet Dunbar, in 1933 in Queensland.

Richard Joshua Hughes

(4 June 1925 - 10 January 1984)
     Richard Joshua Hughes was born on 4 June 1925.
     Richard died on 10 January 1984 aged 58.

Sarah Hughes

(23 October 1743 - )
     Sarah Hughes was christened on 23 October 1743 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster. She was the daughter of Simon Hughes and Sarah Unknown.

Sarah Hughes

(20 August 1762 - )
     Sarah Hughes was born on 20 August 1762 in Westminster. She was christened on 5 September 1762 in St Margaret, Westminster. Sarah, daughter of Simon Hughes by Sarah.

Simon Hughes

(circa 1754 - before 8 January 1822)
     Simon Hughes was also known as William Simon in records. He was born circa 1754. He could possibly be the son of Ann Hughes who was buried at Betley on 5 Jan 1820, aged 96, so born c. 1724. He was possibly christened in St Botolph without Aldgate, London. A Simon Hughes was baptised 9 June 1754 at St Martin the Fields, son of Simon & Sarah; A Simmon Hughes, son of Simmon & Grace Hughes, labourer of Church St, was baptised between 3 March & 16 June 1754 at St Paul, Deptford.
Simon Hughes married Isabella Marshall on 5 January 1777 in St Anne, Soho, Westminster, Middlesex. Simon Hughes and Isabella Marshall, both of this parish were married in this church by banns 5th day of January 1777, by me Thomas Martyn, curate. Signed Simon Hughes & Isabella Marshall, in the presence of Benjamin Lillington & John Elcock.
     Simon Hughes was employed as a butler to Sir John Hill, 3rd Baronet of Hawkestone (1740-1824). See https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/a1/Hawkstone_Hall.jpg/220px-Hawkstone_Hall.jpg for a picture of Hawkestone Hall, Hawkstone, Hodnet, Shropshire. He witnessed Sir John Hill's will on 12 April 1816 in Hawkstone. He witnessed a codicil to Sir John Hill's will, as Wm Hughes, butler to Sir John Hill. The third codicil on 10 Jun 1822 was witnessed by M Penny, butler on 18 May 1821 in Hawkstone.
     Simon Hughes made a will dated 22 December 1821 in Hawkstone, Hodnet, Shropshire. William Simon Hughes otherwise Simon Hughes, butler to Sir John Hill of Hawkstone in the parish of Hodnett, Shropshire. He mentions his daughter Tempest Margaret Paul and her husband John and grandsons George & John Paul and granddaughter Tempest Paul along with his niece Mary Blount, and her daughter Sarah Blount and 3 nephews John, Francis & Simon Barton and their mother ... John & Mary Barton. Charles James Blount to be executor with Tempest Margaret & her husband John Paul. Hawkestone Hall is now a Catholic Redemptionist Pastoral Centre.
     Simon died before 8 January 1822. He was buried on 8 January 1822 in St Margaret's, Betley, Newcastle, Staffordshire. William Simon Hughes, Hawkestone, aged 67, The only other Hughes buried there was Ann, aged 96,on Jan 5 1820.
     His will was proved on 1 February 1822 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Will of William Simon Hughes, butler of Hodnet, Shropshire.
     His estate paid death duties in 1822. The estate of Wm Simon Hughes, executor Tempest Margt Paul, 386 Strand, & 2? others paid death duties.

Children of Simon Hughes and Isabella Marshall

Simon Hughes

(say 1680 - )
     Simon Hughes was born say 1680.
Simon Hughes married Elizabeth Sherwood on 8 May 1704 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, England.

Child of Simon Hughes and Elizabeth Sherwood

Simon Hughes

(18 September 1704 or 18 September 1705? - )
     Simon Hughes was christened on 18 September 1704 or 18 September 1705? In St Martin in the Fields, Westminster. He was the son of Simon Hughes and Elizabeth Sherwood.
Simon Hughes married Martha Herbert on 7 February 1733/34 in St Sepulchre, Holborn, Holborn, London, Middlesex. Simond Hughes & Martha Herbert, by licence. They obtained a licence from the Faculty Office on 31 March 1733!.

Children of Simon Hughes and Martha Herbert

Simon Hughes

(9 June 1743 - )
     Simon Hughes was christened on 9 June 1743 in St Botolph Aldgate, London. He was the son of Simon Hughes and Martha Herbert.

Simon Hughes

(say 1715 - )
     Simon Hughes was born say 1715.
Simon Hughes married Sarah Unknown circa 1740.

Children of Simon Hughes and Sarah Unknown

Simon Hughes

(9 June 1754 - )
     Simon Hughes was christened on 9 June 1754 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster. He was the son of Simon Hughes and Sarah Unknown.

Tempest Hughes

(circa 1762 - 15 September 1764)
     Tempest Hughes was born circa 1762.
     Tempest died on 15 September 1764 in St Martin the Fields, Westminster. 2 years, Tempest Hughes andois St, by ..... 0/5/- large blots over entry]..

Tempest Margaret Hughes

(20 August 1780 - 25 April 1857)
     Tempest Margaret Hughes was born on 20 August 1780 in St Marylebone, Westminster, England. She was the daughter of Simon Hughes and Isabella Marshall. Tempest Margaret Hughes was christened on 25 September 1780 in St Marylebone.
Tempest Margaret Hughes married John Paul, son of John Paul, on 21 December 1798 in St Mary, Newington, Surrey.
She was a much travelled lady as she in Sydney in Dec 1821, proved her father's will in Feb 1822 and in London to witness daughter Isabella's wedding to Isaac Bird in March 1822 with her husband; both in Tasmania on the William Shand in Sep 1822 and then back to NSW by Oct 1823 to witness the marriage of son George William to Sarah Dalton in Sydney. In Oct 1827 witnessed marriage of John jr. & Mary Bowen in Sydney. She was not listed in the 1828 census.
Memorial to the Governor Dec 1821 from Macquarie Place Sydney. "I trust you will excuse the liberty I have taken in addressing you, but having had the honour of an Interview with you when in England respecting a son of mine, who afterwards came out with letters from Lord Hill - and who I found on my arrival in this Colony which was a fortnight ago, as holding a situation in Carters Barracks - I think? beg to be allowed to return you my sincere thanks for the early provision which was made for him and trust he will ever continue to merit your high favour and patronage.
I have another son which with my husband, constitutes the whole of my family. The former is a youth of stout moral caracter (sic), a good scholar, and excellent disposition and should feel highly honoured by your allowing me to introduce him to your notice. I could have had letters from several persons of high Credit in England but did not think it necessary to trouble you with them. I was at Hawkstone for a fortnight previous to my leaving England and have the pleasure to say Sir John Hill, Lord Hill and the whole family were well. I have taken a House in Macquarie Place for a Boarding House to be conducted upon the most respectable plan, and trust by strict attention to merit the patronage of the Most distinguished in this Colony. Apologies for thus intruding on your time, I remain your most obedient and very humble servt Tempest Margaret Paul .
I beg leave to state our motive for coming to this colony, was with a view to alleviate the mind of Mr Paul - who was labouring under great depression of spirits occasioned by the loss of a lovely girl 15 years of age and who was advised to travel
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     Tempest Margaret Hughes arrived per "Minstrel" in December 1821 at Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
     In Simon Hughes's will dated 22 December 1821 in Hawkstone, Hodnet, Shropshire, Tempest Margaret Hughes was named as executrix of the estate; William Simon Hughes otherwise Simon Hughes, butler to Sir John Hill of Hawkstone in the parish of Hodnett, Shropshire. He mentions his daughter Tempest Margaret Paul and her husband John and grandsons George & John Paul and granddaughter Tempest Paul along with his niece Mary Blount, and her daughter Sarah Blount and 3 nephews John, Francis & Simon Barton and their mother ... John & Mary Barton. Charles James Blount to be executor with Tempest Margaret & her husband John Paul. Hawkestone Hall is now a Catholic Redemptionist Pastoral Centre. She was an executor of Simon Hughes's estate in 1822. The estate of Wm Simon Hughes, executor Tempest Margt Paul, 386 Strand, & 2? others paid death duties.
Tempest Margaret Hughes and John Paul witnessed Isaac Bird and Isabella Tempest Paul's wedding on 31 March 1822 in St Mary, Newington, Surrey, England.
     Tempest Margaret Hughes arrived per "William Shand" on 19 August 1822 at Hobart, Tasmania.
     Tempest Margaret Hughes and John Paul were recorded in December 1822 census in Tasmania. John & Margaret M Paul were listed in the 1822 Tasmanian muster, came free, William Shand 1822 with 1 male child - William. (However his son John said he came on the William Shand in 1822 in the 1828 census).
Tempest Margaret Hughes witnessed George William Paul and Sarah Jane Dalton's wedding on 30 October 1823 in St Philip's, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
See http://sydney.edu.au/paradisec/australharmony/paul-tempest-currency-lasses.php for information on her musical publications, etc.Tempest Margaret Paul, the wife of the merchant John Paul, was the leading female amateur singer on several programs in the colony's inaugural subscription concert season, the Sydney Amateur Concerts, held from June 1826 to January 1827. As well as singing in duets and glees, she was also soprano soloist, accompanying herself on the piano, most notably in Arne's bravura The soldier tir'd, and in the first Australian public performances of that only relatively recent London hit, Home, sweet home. Her two sons also participated in the concerts, both as committee members and performers, John as a tenor (viola) player in the orchestra, and George as a vocalist in several comic songs. Kavanagh and Sippe, the band masters of the 3rd and 57th, were among several key professionals involved in the organisation of the series, providing members of their bands for orchestral and vocal items, and themselves appearing as soloists and - in one instance each - also as composers..
Tempest Margaret Hughes witnessed John Paul and Mary Esther Bowen's wedding on 6 October 1827 in St James, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
AUCTIONEERING seems to be the best business going at present. We heard some time ago, of Mr. and Mrs. Paul going to Europe to enjoy some of the fruits of their industry. But from the great run of business Mr. P. has on his hands, we suppose that he cannot prevail upon himself to quit a shore for the present, on which he has acquired so handsome an independency, and in which fortune still continues to shower upon him its gifts. However Mr. Paul's new and elegant Auction Mart is likely to be well supported by his sons, whenever Mr. P. retires to England, whether it be to remain there to act as shipper for them, or to return in due time to spend the evening of life in the Colony. Mrs. Paul will be missed by her musical friends. We have always
regretted that this lady's musical science, vocal as well as instrumental, has been confined to so private a circle. Those who remember her performance at the Amateur Concerts, are still desirous to re-establish those innocent sources of public recreation.
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The Sydney Gazette reported on 27 Feb 1828: Mr & Mrs Paul, whose return to Europe we ought some time since have mentioned, took home with them, in cash alone, £10,000.
     Tempest Margaret Hughes and John Paul were on the passenger list of the "Surry", arriving at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, on 21 August 1831. They departed 12 Feb from England & Hobart Town as cabin passengers: Mr J Paul, England, settler, England, Mrs Paul ditto. It was a schooner of 340 tons, 20 men.
The Sydney gazette Saturday July 9 1831 repoted: We learn from Captain Ramsay of the Britannia, that at Launceston he saw a Hobart Town paper, which must have been of a later date than yet reached Sydney, in which the arrival of the Surrey was reported. She has merchandise and passengers for Sydney: among the latter are Mr and Mrs Paul, sen., and two Wesleyan missionaries, intended for the Parramatta and Windsor stations..
The Dictionary of Sydney states: Mrs John Paul, by Graeme Skinner, 2008
The existence of the woman who was quite possibly Sydney's first recorded composer is attested to in The Sydney Gazette for 1 March 1836
. Reporting on a concert by the newly arrived Irish musical virtuoso William Vincent Wallace, the Gazette noted that Wallace concluded his program by inviting members of the audience to submit tunes, one of which he selected and added 'some extemporaneous variations' of his own. According to the Gazette, the item in question was the song 'Currency Lasses (as composed by our talented towns lady, Mrs John Paul senior).' [1]
One version of the words of the song, printed in 1832, includes the following chorus: [2]
The Currency Lads can fill up their glasses
And drink to the health of the Currency Lasses
The Lass I adore; the one for me
Is the lass of the Female Factory
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Whether these were the words of Mrs Paul's song is not known. Nor is there any known record of the tune ascribed to her, though some vestige of it may survive in the setting published by Isaac Nathan in London in 1846. Edward Geoghegan was also author and possibly composer of the musical play or operetta The Currency Lass, or My Native Girl (he himself later described it as an 'original 2 act opera'), first performed at the Royal Victoria Theatre, Sydney on 27 May 1844.
References
James Hall, 'A History of Music in Australia (11)', The Canon, vol 4 no 5, November 1951, pp 152–56
Notes: [1] The Sydney Gazette, 1 March 1836, p 3; James Hall, 'A History of Music in Australia (11)', The Canon, vol 4 no 5, November 1951, pp 155–156
[2] Tony Rayner, Female Factory, Female Convicts, Esperance Press, Dover Tasmania, p v.
     Tempest Margaret Hughes and John Paul were on the passenger list of the "Spartan", arriving at London, England, after April 1837. They departed Sydney 30 March 1837.
     Tempest Margaret Hughes and John Paul were recorded on the 1841 census in Kennington Green, Lambeth, Surrey. John Paul 60, Tempest Paul 60 (male), Tempest (male) 17, Margaret 15, Elizabeth Mitchell, 20, female servant, Ellen Holmes? 20, female servant; none born in the county except the last servant.
     Tempest Margaret Hughes and John Paul were recorded on the 1851 census in 4 Manchester Street, Brighton, Sussex, England. Head William & Lucy Wick... visitors ... John Paul, aged 77, gentleman, born Wakefield, Yorkshire; Tempest Paul aged 70, born St Marylebone, Middlesex. 8 visitors plus servants - presumably a lodging house. Tempest is described as a gentleman and her age is in the male column.
     In John Paul's will dated 13 June 1851 in Brighton, Sussex, Tempest Margaret Hughes was named as heir.
     Tempest Margaret Hughes made a will dated 22 November 1855 in Regents Park, Millbrook, Hampshire. This is the last will & testament of me Margaret Tempest Paul of Regents Park in the parish of Millbrook co. Southampton widow I bequeath to my granddaughter Sarah Charlotte the wife of Charles Capon Durham my gold .......ing brooch my diamond .........ring my pearl and emerald ring and my gold diamond and emerald ring.
I give to William Blake Lambert the husband of my grandaughter Margaret Isabella Lambert, all the wearing apparel and all the plate and plated goods and the ....... jewellery, trinkets and and ornaments of the person ........... disposed of ... respectively I shall be possessed
I give to each of my friends the said Charles Capon Durham, William Clarke Esquire and Fanny Harrer? widow ten pounds for a mourning ring I give the following other percuniary legacies.
To my granddaughter the said Sarah Charlotte Durham three hundred and fifty pounds to Tempest Isabella Lambert the daughter of the said Margaret Isabella Lambert two hundred pounds which two legacies shall be paid free from legacy duty which duty shall be paid out of my residuary personal estate to my friend S..... Richard Withers fifty pounds to Archibald Walker of number 10 Bishopgate Street .. .. Esquire and Charlotte Dalton of Sydney NSW spinster nineteen pounds nineteen shillings ... ...... Neagle widow if she shall survive me but if not to her son William Neagle one hundred and fifty pounds
I give all my real estate and all the residue of my personal estate unto the said William Blake Lambert his heirs executors and administrators absolutely I appoint the said William Blake Lambert and Archibald Walker executors of my will .. ... whereof I have set my hand and seal 22 Nov 1855 T M Paul. Witness Thomas Goaser solicitor Southampton, A.B. Rundell, J. Bloomfield his clerks. Marginal entry: my gold watch and chain I give to my said granddaughter Margaret Isabella. 1855? Hanover Lodge Shirley Hampshire.

     Tempest died of asthenic broncho-pneumonia & decay on 25 April 1857 in Regents Park, Millbrook, HAM, aged 76. On the 25th inst., at Kelstone, Millbrook, Southamton, Mrs Tempest Margaret Paul, relict of the late John Paul, Esq., formerly of Sydney, New South Wales, aged 76.
     Her will was proved on 15 May 1857 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Children of Tempest Margaret Hughes and John Paul

Thomas Hughes

(15 December 1745 - )
     Thomas Hughes was christened on 15 December 1745 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster. He was the son of Simon Hughes and Sarah Unknown.

Henry Hulbert

(circa 1620 - before 27 June 1664)
     Henry Hulbert was born circa 1620 in England.
Henry Hulbert married Susanna Barrett or Basser on 1 May 1642 in St Nicholas, Deptford, Kent, England.
     Henry was was probably a shipwright having regard to the professions of his sons, but the pay books do not commence until after his death.
     Henry died before 27 June 1664 in Deptford, Kent. He was buried on 27 June 1664 in Deptford.

Child of Henry Hulbert and Susanna Barrett or Basser

Henry Hulbert

(16 July 1643 - before 21 April 1710)
     Henry Hulbert was christened on 16 July 1643 in St Nicholas, Deptford, Kent. He was the son of Henry Hulbert and Susanna Barrett or Basser.
     Henry served in the Royal Navy was a carpenter.
Henry Hulbert married Rebecca Unknown (Hulbert).
     Henry died before 21 April 1710 in Chatham, Kent. He was buried on 21 April 1710 in St Mary, Chatham. Henry Holbert.
     His will was proved on 15 May 1710 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Child of Henry Hulbert and Rebecca Unknown (Hulbert)

Susanna Hulbert

(22 December 1682 - )
     Susanna Hulbert was christened on 22 December 1682 in St Mary, Chatham, Kent. She was the daughter of Henry Hulbert and Rebecca Unknown (Hulbert).
     Susanna Hulbert and Thomas Fawler obtained a marriage licence on 24 January 1698/99 in London.
Susanna Hulbert married Thomas Fawler, son of George Fawler and Elizabeth Lunne, on 28 January 1698/99 in St Swithin, London Stone, London. Mr Thomas Fawer, singleman & Mrs Susanna Hoalbert, singlewoman of Chatham in the county of Kent, both were marryed in the parish church of St Swiithin, London on the 28 day of February 1698/9.
     Susanna Hulbert and John Emmerson obtained a marriage licence on 9 October 1728 in Devonport, Stoke Damerel, Devon.
Susanna Hulbert married John Emmerson as her second husband, on 4 November 1728 in Stoke Damerel, Devonport, Plymouth, Devon. By licence. Susanna Hulbert was widowed before 2 October 1731 on the death of her husband John Emmerson.
     Susanna Hulbert was mentioned as being deceased in the will of George Fawler dated 25 September 1776.

Children of Susanna Hulbert and Thomas Fawler

Martha Hull

(circa 1824 - )
     Martha Hull was born circa 1824 in Fenlake?, Bedfordshire.
The marriage of Martha Hull and William Bowker, son of Which Bowker, was registered in St Neots RD, Huntingdonshire, in the September 1848 quarter.
     Martha Hull and William Bowker were recorded on the 1851 census in High Street, St Neots, Huntingdonshire. William 31 wheelwright, born Peterboro, Martha 27 born Fenlock ,Beds. Joseph son 11, scholar, born St Neots, Ann 7 St Neots, Emma 2 St Neots.

Child of Martha Hull and William Bowker

Ethel Maud Hulley

(30 November 1908 - 11 February 1967)
     Ethel Maud Hulley was born on 30 November 1908 in Hiawatha, Victoria. She was the daughter of Ellis David Hulley & Ethel Maude White.
Ethel Maud Hulley married Robert George Ferguson MacKenzie, son of William MacKenzie and Mary Appleyard, on 28 April 1927 in St Andrew's Presbyterian church, Yarram, Victoria.
     Ethel died on 11 February 1967 in Preston, Victoria, aged 58. She was buried in Heidelberg.

Children of Ethel Maud Hulley and Robert George Ferguson MacKenzie

Adelaide Amelia Humberstone

(13 June 1858 - )
     Adelaide Amelia Humberstone was born on 13 June 1858 in Inman Valley, South Australia. He was the son of Henry Matthew Humberstone and Jane Selina Brennan.

Amelia Humberstone

(5 November 1843 - 1921)
     Amelia Humberstone was born on 5 November 1843 in Adelaide, South Australia. She was the daughter of William Henry Humberstone and Elizabeth Vanstone.
Amelia Humberstone married John Dempster on 25 February 1871 in All Saints Church of England, St Kilda, Victoria. The certificate states he was born Stockport, England, distiller, of full age, of Melbourne, son of James Dempster, soldier & Allen?? Bradley. Amelia was born in Adelaide, of full age, of St Kilda, daughter of William Humberstone & Elizabeth Vanstone, distiller.
     Amelia died in 1921 in Northcote, Victoria.

Children of Amelia Humberstone and John Dempster

Elizabeth Adelaide Humberstone

(circa December 1857 - 24 March 1858)
     Elizabeth Adelaide Humberstone was born circa December 1857 in Adelaide, South Australia. She was the daughter of William Henry Humberstone and Elizabeth Vanstone.
     Elizabeth died on 24 March 1858 in South Rd, Adelaide, South Australia.

Elizabeth Henrietta Humberstone

(16 July 1855 - 16 January 1856)
     Elizabeth Henrietta Humberstone was born on 16 July 1855 in Adelaide, South Australia. She was the daughter of William Henry Humberstone and Elizabeth Vanstone.
     Elizabeth died on 16 January 1856 in 'Humber Villa', Gt South Rd, Adelaide, South Australia. On Wednesday, the 16th instant, at Humber Villa, Great South-road, Henrietta Elizabeth, infant daughter of William Humberstone, Esq., aged 6 months.

Emma Matilda Humberstone

(28 January 1851 - )
     Emma Matilda Humberstone was born on 28 January 1851 in Adelaide, South Australia. She was the daughter of William Henry Humberstone and Elizabeth Vanstone.

Harriet Amelia Humberstone

(13 September 1818 - )
     Harriet Amelia Humberstone was also known as Amelia in records. She was christened on 13 September 1818 in Devonport, Stoke Damerel, Devon, England. Harriet Amelia, daughter of William Humberstone, mariner, of Dock, & Mary. She was the daughter of William Humberstone and Mary Steer.
     Harriet Amelia Humberstone appeared on the 1841 census in the household of William Humberstone and Mary Steer in Charlotte St, Devonport, Stoke Damerel, Devon, England.
Harriet Amelia Humberstone married Adam Dunn on 13 September 1846 in Plymouth?, East Stonehouse, Devon, England.

Henry Daunt Humberstone

(1865 - 1866)
     Henry Daunt Humberstone was born in 1865 in Fitzroy, Victoria. Daunt Henry Humberstone, son of Henry Matthew Humberstone & Jane Selina Brannen. He was the son of Henry Matthew Humberstone and Jane Selina Brennan.
     Henry died in 1866 in Collingwood, Victoria.