Charles William Paul

(18 May 1831 - January 1832)
     Charles William Paul was born on 18 May 1831 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. He was the son of George William Paul and Sarah Jane Dalton. Charles William Paul was christened on 1 July 1831 in St Philip's, Sydney.
     Charles died in January 1832 in Sydney, New South Wales. He was buried on 13 January 1832 in Sydney.

Claude Turner Paul

(10 August 1894 - 30 April 1964)
     Claude Turner Paul was also known as Turner in records. He was born on 10 August 1894 in Sandgate, Queensland. He was the son of Dr George William Frederic Paul and Margaret Smith.
     Claude Turner Paul and Beatrice Margaret Perman lived at Nundah, Queensland, 1919.
     Claude Turner Paul married Beatrice Margaret Perman on 7 January 1919 in St John's, Putney, Middlesex, England.
     Claude Turner Paul lived at Sandgate, Queensland, 1925.
     Claude Turner Paul lived at Stanthorpe, Queensland, 1930.
     Claude died on 30 April 1964 in Brisbane, Queensland, aged 69.

Child of Claude Turner Paul and Beatrice Margaret Perman

daughter Margaret? Paul

(circa 1805 - 12 November 1820)
     Daughter Margaret? Paul was born circa 1805 If born c 1805, it seems odd she wasn't baptised with her sister Isabella in 1806. She was the daughter of John Paul and Tempest Margaret Hughes.
     Daughter was buried on 12 November 1820 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, England.

Dorothy Paul

(1846 - )
     Dorothy Paul was christened in 1846 or 1848 in St James, Sydney. She was born in 1846 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. She was the daughter of George William Paul and Sarah Jane Dalton.

Edwin Alfred Paul

(12 October 1903 - 23 October 1946)
     Edwin Alfred Paul was born on 12 October 1903 in Kate St, Samdgate, Queensland. He was the son of Ralph Herbert Paul and Henrietta Matilda Roehricht.
     Edwin Alfred Paul married Ruth Mary Buckley in September 1946 in North Sydney, New South Wales.
     Edwin died on 23 October 1946 in Concord, New South Wales, aged 43. He was cremated at the Northern Suburbs Crematorium.

Emily Gwendoline Elizabeth Paul

(23 October 1906 - 1968?)
     (Gwendolyn) Gwendo Paul (1906-1968?) was a well-known professional pianist. She was the daughter of Judge Paul's second son, G. W. F. Paul, and her husband Herold Kyng (Ching) (1906-1941?) was a baritone singer and music teacher.. Emily Gwendoline Elizabeth Paul was born on 23 October 1906 in Cobar, New South Wales. She was the daughter of Dr George William Frederic Paul and Frances Marie Townsend.
     Emily Gwendoline Elizabeth Paul married Herold Kyng in 1927 in Kensington RD, Middlesex. A MUSICAL PAIR. MR. AND MKS. HEROLD KYNG. Interesting impressions of musical life in London and on the Continent are given by Miss Gwendo Paul (Mrs Herold Kyng) and her husband who have arrived in Brisbane on a visit to Dr and Mis G W F Paul and will later give a joint recital in Brisbane The marriage of Mr and Mrs Kyng was the result of a romance that began in their student days when they met at the Royal College of Music London at which centre Miss Paul was
pursuing her studies in pianofortelaying and Mr Kyng who is a well known joung basso bantanto was studying singing and elocution As many residents or Queensland are aware Miss Paul received the foundation of her musical education from Miss E Suter and later at the Sydney
Conservatorium of Music under the tuition of Miss Winifred Burston ... a photo is incuded in the article in the Brisbane Courier 11 May 1929
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     Emily died in 1968?.

Child of Emily Gwendoline Elizabeth Paul and Herold Kyng

Frank Henderson Paul

(1881 - 3 May 1915)
     Frank Henderson Paul was born in 1881 in St Leonards district, New South Wales. He was the son of William Henry Paul and Frances Spencer.
     Frank served as a sergeant in the First World War.
     Frank died on 3 May 1915 in Gallipoli, Turkey. There is a memorial to him at his parents' grave in St Thomas' North Sydney.
     The administration of his estate was granted on 7 June 1915 at New South Wales.

Frederic Charles Paul

(24 June 1917 - 25 June 1917)
     Frederic Charles Paul was born on 24 June 1917 in Vulture St, Brisbane South, Queensland.
     Frederic died on 25 June 1917 in Brisbane South, Queensland. He was the son of Dr George William Frederic Paul and Frances Marie Townsend. Frederic Charles Paul was buried in the cemetery, Toowong.

Frederic George Turner Paul

(24 July 1920 - 28 August 1996)
     Frederic George Turner Paul was born on 24 July 1920 in Brisbane, Queensland. He was the son of Claude Turner Paul and Beatrice Margaret Perman.
     Frederic George Turner Paul married Vivian Mae Gardner on 25 October 1943 in Bundaberg, Queensland.
     Ailsa Daphne Williamson married secondly Frederic George Turner Paul on 2 August 1948 in Brisbane, Queensland.
     Joyce Audrey Gardner (Cook) married thirdly Frederic George Turner Paul circa 1983 in Brisbane, Queensland.
     Frederic died on 28 August 1996 in Sandgate, Queensland, aged 76.

Frederic Horace Paul

(26 February 1889 - 26 October 1890)
     Frederic Horace Paul was born on 26 February 1889 in Sandgate, Queensland. He was the son of Dr George William Frederic Paul and Margaret Smith.
     Frederic died on 26 October 1890 in Sandgate, Queensland, aged 1. He was buried in the cemetery, Toowong. There is a memorial inscription stating: Frederic Horace, son of Frederick & Marguerite Paul, born 26 Feb 1889, died 26 Oct1890.

Frederic Luther Paul

(1879 - 1958)
     Frederic Luther Paul was born in 1879 in St Leonards, New South Wales. He was the son of William Henry Paul and Frances Spencer.
     Frederic died in 1958 in Chatswood district, New South Wales.

Gallo Steffani Paul

(1902 - )
     Gallo Steffani Paul was born in 1902 in Orange, New South Wales. He was the son of Robert Hulbert Paul and Catherine A Steffani.
     Gallo Steffani Paul married Dorothy Noreen Homann in 1926 in Sydney, New South Wales.
     Gallo Steffani Paul lived at 13 Gatacre Ave, Lane Cove, New South Wales.
     Gallo and Dorothy were registered at 'Orita', Norman St, Punchbowl, New South Wales, on the between 1930 and 1933 electoral roll.
     Gallo and Dorothy were registered at 26 Wiliam St, Glenmore, New South Wales, on the between 1936 and 1937 electoral roll.
     Gallo and Dorothy were registered at Lane Cove, New South Wales, on the between 1946 and 1954 electoral roll.

George Francis Paul

(12 May 1891 - 18 April 1916)
     George Francis Paul was born on 12 May 1891 in Kate St, Sandgate, Queensland. He was the son of Dr George William Frederic Paul and Margaret Smith. George Francis Paul was registered in the 1913 electoral roll with Dr George William Frederic Paul and Frances Marie Townsend. He was registered as George Frederick.
     George died on 18 April 1916 in Sohag, Egypt, aged 24.

George Leslie Paul

(1888 - )
     George Leslie Paul was born in 1888 in Sydney, New South Wales. This is unlikely to be reated. He was the son of George William Paul and Emily Parkins.

George Sydney Paul

(8 August 1828 - 25 February 1834)
     George Sydney Paul was born on 8 August 1828 in George Street, Sydney, New South Wales. BIRTH.---MRS. GEORGE PAUL, of George-street, Merchant, on the 8th instant, of a Son. He was the son of George William Paul and Sarah Jane Dalton. George Sydney Paul was christened on 31 October 1828 in St James, Sydney. Baptised Oct 31, born Aug 8, George Sydney, son of George William & Sarah Jane Paul, of George St, shopkeepers. George and Margaret was listed as a child of George William Paul in the in November 1828 census in George St, Sydney, New South Wales.
     George died on 25 February 1834 in Sydney, New South Wales, aged 5. On Tuesday morning, George, eldest son of Mr. George Paul, aged 6 years..
     On 24 January 1854, a George Paul aged 25, was first mate of the Strathfieldsaye, from Madras to Sydney.

George William Paul

(October 1799 - 21 December 1847)
     George William Paul was born in October 1799 in Westminster, London, England. He was the son of John Paul and Tempest Margaret Hughes. George William Paul was christened on 25 December 1799 in St James, Westminster.
     George William Paul arrived per "Minstrel" on 11 January 1822 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The NSW shipping books describe the Minstrel as 351 tons, arrived 11 Jan 1822 at Sydney under Wm Barnes, Registed London, 30 men, from England & Hobart Town carrying cargo of valuable merchandise. Departed 7/15 Feb 1822 for Prince of Wales Island & Penang.
     George William Paul was employed as Deputy Superintendent of Carters Barracks from 24 January 1822, Sydney. He was appointed as Deputy Superintendent of Carters Barracks Jan 24 1822, at a salary of £4 p.a. from Police Fund.
     On 15 April 1822 he was Deputy Superintendent, Carter's Barracks. Sydney. Correspondence re conduct of convicts at church (AONSW reel 6009 p.167) and Letter (AONSW reel 6055 4/1760 p25) apologizing for not attending church, 15 April 1822. Also one from his superior Mr Elyard.
     George William Paul was recorded in December 1822 census in Tasmania. 1 male child (William) was listed with John & Margaret Paul on "William Shand". [At 24 it would be hard to call him a child, although it is unusual to have the child's name listed].
     1844/5 No Pauls in directories. SAG has glass photograph of premises of J Paul & Son, Parramatta [5/5524].
     He may be the George Paul, cabinet maker who arrived on the Thomas Dougal 18 Oct 1832 in Sydney, having departed Liverpool 13 June 1832 which was reported in the Sydney Morning Herald 22 October 1832.
     From March 31-September 30: on list of persons to whom convict mechanics have been assigned. (AONSW fiche 3296 pp64, 79). 1823 Apr 9 - Re possession of prisoners and Government articles (AOBSW reel 6010 p102-3). Apr 30 - Appointed superintendent of Carter's Barracks (AONSW reel 6039 p.164). Jul 26 - Re persons leaving the barracks (AONSW reel 6015 p.75). Aug 27 - Letter desiring Mr Elyard's house so that he would be able to marry - You will pardon the liberty I have taken a step that I would not have done had it not have been under particular circumstances. Six months back I applied to to Major Ovens to exchange my present residence which he was kind enough to say he would knowing the situation I was placed in. Preparations were going on for that purpose when Mr Elyard retired it was put a stop to. I would not have troubled you respecting my wish to get into Mr Elyard's house were it not that I am under a contract of marriage with a Lady which was to have taken place 5 months back - But which has been deferred week after week & month after month to the great dissatisfaction of the Lady's friends who have gone so far as to say that my conduct apears trifling. I have to solicit your interference as I know it is not Mr Elyard's intention to leave unlesss compelled; I have the honour to remain your very obedient servant G W Paul, Carters Barracks
1823 Nov 10 - 1825 Jul 28: Re receipt of prisoners into Carter's Barracks.
     George William Paul married Sarah Jane Dalton on 30 October 1823 in St Philip's, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 1823 Oct 20 - Affidavits re marriage to Sarah Jane Dalton (AONSW reel 6028 p.55-7). Application to marry & consent of R & Sarah Dalton. 21 Oct 1823 licence to marry [AONSW 4/1710 COD 10 p189] marry [COD 10], The marriage was witnessed by Richard Dalton & Tempest Margaret Paul, She was aged 18 and he was 25..
     In 1824 his salary was listed in the Colonial Revenue account, item 123 (AONSW reel 6059, p98-9). Jan 2 - Re receipt and care of Government property from Mr Stack (AONSW reel 6012 p.98-9). Mar 15 - Re appointment to a board to conduct an experiment to test the loss of weight occasioned by the boiling of mess pork (AONSW reel 6012 p.529). Mar 22 - Re loss sustained in the cooking of mess pork for Hyde Park Barracks (AONSW reel 6060 p.29). c.Jun - Memorial for grant of land "Memorial of George William Paul Superintendent of the Carters Barracks Sydney. That your memorialist arrived in this colony (free) on the ship Minstrel Capt Barnes January 1822 and was under Your Excellency's kind patronage appointed to the position of Deputy Superintendent of Carters Barracks since Superintendent which two situations your memorialist has held since that p... Your memorialist having further resources to look forward to prays Your Excellency will be pleased to allow your memorialist a Grant of Land, Your memorialist's father having lately obtained a grant, it is his wish that your memorialist should have a Grant if possible adjoining to it. I have the honor etc. ... [AONSW 4/1838B fiche 3104, reel 1073 p1327-30]. Reply 18 June (reel 6013, p.484). c.July - On account of rents received for assigned convict tradesmen for the three quarters ending 30 Jun 1824 (reel 6061 p.173d). Jul 24 - Re food allowance fo prisoners (reel 6060 p.40). Dec 2 - Nov 22 1825 Receipts for stock from Rooty Hill Establishment (reel 6031 p.263-4). 1824 Dec 31 - salary paid to him (reel 6039 p.429).
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     In 1825 there was correspondence about the males from Barracks exempted from treadwheel (reel 6017 p.263-4). Jan 28 - Forwarding charges brought by Paul against constables (reel 6063 p.315-8). Feb 19 - Re charge against William Clarke (reel 6014 p.549). Mar 7 - Copies of letters received re convicts from Hyde Park Barracks working tradmills at Carter's Barracks (reel 6017 p.257-9). ... Nov.1 On list of persons liable to serve as jurors in the district of Sydney (reel 6062 p.114a). Dec 12, 14 - Re runaways (reel 6063 p.200a-d).
     He was called William at his daughter Margaret Isabella's baptism in 1825. George William Paul was listed in a directory dated 1826 as shopkeeper at George St, Sydney.
     George William and his wife Sarah Jane (nee Dalton) & his father? John are mentioned in the Col Secretary's correspondence re land in 1827, 1831 and 1832. A Henry Paul 1838-39 has the same reference and is the only other Paul listed.
     George William Paul and Sarah Jane Dalton were recorded in November 1828 census in George St, Sydney, New South Wales. George Wm Paul. aged 29, Came Free, Minstrel 1821, merchant, George St Sydney; Mrs George Paul 25 C F Experiment 1804; George Sydney 3 months B C; Margaret 3 years B C. His brother John & his wife were included in the family group. George had 640 acre,s 40 cleared, 30 cultivated, 1 horse, 20 cattle.
     The Sydney gazette published this notice: MESSRS. GEO. and JOHN PAUL, Commission Brokers and Auctioneers, respectfully acquaint their Friends and the Public, that having this Day admitted Mr F. G. Foxall as Partner in the above business, the same; will be hereafte carried on under the Firm of Messrs. PAUL and FOXALL, Commission Brokers and Auctioneers. Sydney. Dec. 8th. 1828.
     George William Paul was granted land on 9 April 1829 in Braedalbane Plains, co. Argyle, New South Wales, On the 5 Dec 1832 George & John Paul were granted 640 acres at Braedalbane Plains as promised by Gov Darling in 1829. A quit rent of a peppercorn was given in exchange for ground surrendered for the purpose of widening George & Brdge Streets, Sydney; also granted another 640 acres there.
There was a claim against them in Dec 1832.
     He may be: George Paul who arrived Pt Jackson on 18 Oct 1832 per "Thomas Dougel" and/or 2 July 1840 on the "Montefiores". He was listed in a directory dated 1832 as Messrs Paul at Sydney.
     George William Paul was granted land on 3 September 1833 in Camden, New South Wales, John Paul, 1400 acres and George William Paul, 600 acres, Camden after advertising in Oct 1831 were granted title deeds. I am not sure whether the John refers to George's father or brother. He was listed in a directory dated 1836 as George Paul, Auctioneer at Sydney, New South Wales. There was also Paul & Co. merchants Fort St Sydney.. George was an auctioneer in 1837, in Sydney. Mr George Paul has commenced 6 months rent of auction room on same terms as Minton...
9 Feb 1837 p. 3: Sale by auction, of excellent household furniture, a few valuable oil paintings, splendid tone rosewood pianoforte (half octave) a choice and scarce collection of music, books etc, without the least reserve, by order of the proprietor Mr John Paul, leaving the colony, by Mr George Paul, on Wednesday next, Feb 16th? at 11 o'clock on the premises, Hyde Park, adjoining P De Mestre, Esq.
     There is an 1838 deed to land grant of Richard Dalton issued to his son-in-law George Paul.
     George died on 21 December 1847 in Pyrmont, New South Wales, Australia, aged 48. He was described as a "gentleman" at his death. He was buried on 23 December 1847 in St Andrew's, Sydney.
     George William Paul was mentioned as being deceased in the will of John Paul dated 13 June 1851.

Children of George William Paul and Sarah Jane Dalton

George William Paul

(2 June 1839 - 10 December 1909)
     George William Paul was born on 2 June 1839 in Penrith, New South Wales. He was the son of George William Paul and Sarah Jane Dalton. George William Paul was christened on 29 June 1839 in Castlereagh, New South Wales. Baptised 29 June, born 2nd June, George William, son of George & Sarah Paul of Penrith, merchant. George was a barrister and later a District Court judge in Queensland. C Paul writes: He was petitioned to the bench in Qld on 07 Aug 1874. I can also state that Justice George William Paul was part of the legal commission that included Sir Samuel Walker Griffith and drafted the Queensland Criminal Code (still in place at 2008). Other verified information shows his admittance to the bar, "Barrister at Law, called to the bar, Middle Temple" published in "The Jurist" of Feb 2, 1861 between 1861 and 1909.
     George William Paul married Emily Parkins on 2 January 1861 in Sandal Magna, Yorkshire, England. They are not identifiable on the 1861 census in England, they may have left shortly after the marriage.      
George William Paul emigrated in May 1861 to Melbourne, Victoria, per "Great Britain".
     George William Paul travelled to Sydney, New South Wales, on 10 May 1861 per the "Wonga Wonga". They departed from Melbourne.
     George William Paul travelled to Japan in 1886 per the "Woosang". C Paul writes: My research reveals that the Judge travelled to Japan, leaving Brisbane on 14 May 1886 on the "Woosang" and lived in Kobe for several months. He returned to Sydney 14/18 October 1886 on the "Barrabool" shipping a 'Japanese House' back to Brisbane where it was assembled at New Farm and was his residence (51 Langshaw St) until his death.

See also:
Jill Barker, "Judge George W. Paul's Japanese house: a case study", in Antony Moulis and Deborah Van Der Plaat (eds.), Proceedings of the XXVIIIth International Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand, The Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ), State Library of Queensland, Brisbane, QLD, 1-15.
     George William Paul lived at 51 Langshaw St, New Farm or Fortitude Valley, Queensland, 1903.
     George died on 10 December 1909 in Brisbane, Queensland, aged 70. His death certficate states his age as 70 yr 6 mth 8 days at time of death and he was born at Penrith; married, Sandal - Magna (Yorkshire,at age 21 , wife Emily PARKINS; the second of his sons as Gg Wm Frederic PAUL age 45 (b:1864 Wakefield Yorkshire), also being the informant regarding the death. The death certificate also lists "George PAUL Merchant" as his father but there are no details of his mother. He was buried on 11 December 1909 in the cemetery, Toowong. A headstone states: George William Paul (District Court judge) d. 10 Dec 1909 aged 70. -The Funeral of the late Judge PAUL will move from his residence, "Yeddo," Langshaw-street, New Farm, at 10.30 o'clock, for the Toowong Ccmelery.

Children of George William Paul and Emily Parkins

Dr George William Frederic Paul

(1 March 1864 - 19 March 1937)
     Dr George William Frederic Paul was born on 1 March 1864 in 'Joy cottage', Sandal Magna, Yorkshire, England. He was the son of George William Paul and Emily Parkins. George was a doctor. MRCS, Eng 1885, LRCP, London 1886, MD Brussels 1886; MOH City of Brisbane since 1927; member British Medical Association; served Kangaroo Point Military Hospital 1914-18.
     Dr George William Frederic Paul married Margaret Smith on 21 June 1886 in Berwick Upon Tweed, Northumberland, England. Dr George William Frederic Paul was widowed on 4 May 1905 on the death of his wife Margaret Smith.
     Frances Marie Townsend married secondly Dr George William Frederic Paul on 27 December 1905 in St Kilda, Victoria.
     George and Frances were registered at Cnr Vulture & Main Sts, Kangaroo Point, Queensland, on the 1913 electoral roll.
     Dr George William Frederic Paul lived at Main St, Kangaroo Pt, Brisbane, Queensland, between 1913 and 1935.
     George and Frances were registered at Cnr Vulture & Main Sts, Kangaroo Point, on the 1925 electoral roll.
     George died on 19 March 1937 in Western Australia aged 73. Near Fremantle. There is a memorial inscription at Toowong Cemetery with his father, wife and youngest son: ... also George William Frederick Paul, MD, died at sea near Fremantle 19 March 1937 aged 73.

Children of Dr George William Frederic Paul and Margaret Smith

Children of Dr George William Frederic Paul and Frances Marie Townsend

Harold Durham Paul

(29 August 1872 - 12 January 1873)
     Harold Durham Paul was born on 29 August 1872 in Cleveland House, Brisbane, Queensland. Paul.—On the 29th August, at Cleveland House, Brisbane, the wife of George William Paul, Esq, barrister at-law, of a son. He was the son of George William Paul and Emily Parkins.
     Harold died on 12 January 1873 in Brisbane, Queensland. He was buried in Paddington Old Cemetery, Brisbane.

Harold Edgar Paul

(25 October 1874 - )
     Harold Edgar Paul was born on 25 October 1874 in Gregory Terrace, Brisbane, Queensland. PAUL—October 25, at Brisbane, the wife of Mr. Judge Paul, of a son. He was the son of George William Paul and Emily Parkins. Harold Edgar Paul was listed as Emily Parkins's son in the 1891 census in 14 Sutherland Ave, Paddington, Middlesex, England.
     Harold Edgar Paul and Emily Paul appeared on the 1901 census in 16 Westbourne Park Villas, Paddington. Emily Paul, head, married, 57, born Leeds, Yks; Harold E Paul, son, single, 25 born Queensland, imbecile from childhood; Albert H Warbrond?, single, 25, Sick attendant on epileptic, born Horsham?, Sry; Susan P Falkner?, servant, single, 25, domestic servant, born St Pancras, London.

Henry E Paul

(1864 - 1934)
     Henry E Paul was born in 1864 in St Leonards, New South Wales. He was the son of William Henry Paul and Frances Spencer.
     Henry died in 1934 in North Sydney.

Irene Gwendolyn Florence Paul

(June 1902 - )
     Irene Gwendolyn Florence Paul's birth was registered in the quarter ending in June 1902 in Hendon RD, Middlesex, England. She was the daughter of Arthur Edmond Paul.

Isabella Tempest Paul

(27 July 1801 - 20 April 1847)
     Isabella Tempest Paul was born on 27 July 1801 in Westminster, London, England. She was the daughter of John Paul and Tempest Margaret Hughes. Isabella Tempest Paul was christened on 6 April 1806 in St James, Piccadilly, Westminster. Isabella Tempest Paul, daughter of John & Margaret Tempest, (born) 27 July 1801.
     Isabella Tempest Paul married Isaac Bird on 31 March 1822 in St Mary, Newington, Surrey, England.
     Isabella Tempest Paul and Isaac Bird arrived per "Gulnare" on 21 March 1833 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Isaac Bird, merchant and Isabella his wife, with 2 daughters and 2 sons under 12, departed London 25 October 1832 for Sydney via Hobart as cabin passengers, their son Alfred Paul being born en route 15 Jan 1833 at the Isle de St Paul.
     Isabella Tempest Paul and Isaac Bird lived at 2 Liverpool St, Hyde Park, Sydney, 22 March 1837. In Dec 1837 he had two assigned convicts: Mary Nicholls aged 23 7 William Swaube aged 30.
     John Rich married secondly Isabella Tempest Paul on 26 November 1839 in St Lawrence, Sydney. By special licence on the 21st instant at St Lawrence church by the Rev W H Walsh, Mr Rich to Isabella Tempest, relict of Mr Isaac Bird.
     Isabella died on 20 April 1847 in Fitzroy Crescent, Hobart, Tasmania, aged 45. She left a 10 day old son.
     Isabella Tempest Paul was mentioned as being deceased in the will of John Paul dated 13 June 1851.
     She was mentioned in her father's will dated 13 June 1851 as his "late daughter". Her children were not mentioned in her mother's will of 1855.

Children of Isabella Tempest Paul and Isaac Bird

Children of Isabella Tempest Paul and John Rich

Jessie M Paul

(1867 - )
     Jessie M Paul was born in 1867 in St Leonards, New South Wales. She was the daughter of William Henry Paul and Frances Spencer.
     Jessie M Paul married Colin Nardrop in 1892 in St Leonards district, New South Wales.

John Paul

(6 September 1773 - 21 June 1853)
     John Paul was christened on 6 September 1773 in Wakefield, Yorkshire, England. He was the son of John Paul.
     John Paul married Tempest Margaret Hughes, daughter of Simon Hughes and Isabella Marshall, on 21 December 1798 in St Mary, Newington, Surrey.
     In Simon Hughes's will dated 22 December 1821 in Hawkstone, Hodnet, Shropshire, John Paul was named as executor of the estate.
     John Paul was recorded in 1822 census in Parramatta, New South Wales. Mr & Mrs John Paul, came free, but bracketed with John Paul, convict,per Isabella 1822 and Alexr Hunter Convict per ... Royal, 1822 & Robert West, general servants.
     
     John Paul applied for a land grant of 800 acres in 1824 (G.O. 33/18 p. 838) but it was not confirmed [A.O.T. 20 Feb 89 1822, Letter from Downing St London dated 16 Feb 1822 to Lt Gov Sorell VDL- Sir, I am directed by Lord Bathurst to acquaint you that he has given permission to the bearer Mr John Paul to proceed as a free settler to the settlement of Van Diemen's Land and I am to desire that you will make to him, upon his arrival, a grant of land, in proportion to the means which he may possess of bringing the same into cultivation, I am Sir, your most obedient etc. Cover note says Mr John Paul, 16 Feb 1822 William Shand. He and Tempest Margaret Hughes witnessed Isaac Bird and Isabella Tempest Paul's wedding on 31 March 1822 in St Mary, Newington, Surrey, England.
     John Paul arrived per "William Shand" on 22 September 1822 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The ship "William Shand" arrived Hobart 19 Aug 1822 under Alex Kenn/Kean/Kerr from London (departed 1 May), sailing direct and carrying sundry merchandise, 24 passengers + (Hobart Town Gazette). Fresh provisions served for entire 16000' trip. It departed for Sydney 12/14 September with sundry consignments & passengers. The ship "William Shand" (284 tons, built Sutherland, registered Aberdeen) under Alex Kenn/Kane, arrived Sydney 28 Sep 1822 from London and the Derwent carrying sundry consignments to individuals. Departed 31 Jan 1823 under Jno Lambsden/Lansdon, carrying 260 bales of sh wool, 40 casks, colonial timber - cedar.
     John Paul and Tempest Margaret Hughes 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).
     Feb 14, May 2 1823 - on list of persons receiving an assigned convict (fiche 3291 p.113, 130). Mar 25 - Granted an auctioneers licence (reel 6070 p.122). Mar 26 - Appointed auctioneer and vendue master, Sydney (reel 6039 p.158).
There were at least 3 men called John Paul - father and son and the one who died in 1837, so many of these references will be muddled.
     
     1823 Memorial #248 Sir, I beg leave most respectfully to inform Your Excellency that it is my anxious wish to have an allotment of land in this colony. I therefore take the liberty of earnestly soliciting your Excellency's concurrence and grant, I have the honour etc. Jno Paul, George St, Sydney 8 May 1823 To Sir Thomas Brisbane. Reply - Cover note - ..or will have no objection in ... is memorial of the eighth ... a grant of 600 Mr John Paul. Edges lost.
     J Paul was mentioned re payment for lock for the front door of the Male Orphan Institution in July 1823.
     In 1824 he was listed in colonial revenue account. items no. 53, 80, appears as Mr Paul.
     May 17 - Memorial #748 - May it please your Excellency, Your petitioner the undersigned begs leave humbly to state, that on his leaving England, was favoured with a letter from Lord Bathurst to the Lieut Gov. of VDL recommending the usual indulgence, since his arrival at Sydney he has felt the great inconvenience of having taken his land there, in consequence he waited upon the Colonial Secretary Major Goulburn praying that he might be allowed to exchange for land in this colony, Your petitioner was accordingly advised to write to Lieut Gov Sorell to obtain the return of his letter, and thus present it to your Excellency which he has now enclosed. Your Petitioner therefore most respectfully begs leave to solicit, that your Excellency will be pleased to take his situation with favourable consideration and order him a grant of corresponding value near 1400 acres which he has relinquished at the Derwent, this in addition to the 600 acres which your Excellency was pleased to give him, will make 2000 acres, a quantity he has reason to hope with the means he possesses would have been allowed him, had he in the first instance presented his letter to your Excellancy. He therefore earnestly trusts that this ... will not prejudice his interest and that your Excellency will be pleased to grant the prayer of his Petitioner -- and your Petitioner is bound accordingly ... John Paul, George St Sydney 17 May 1824 to Sir Thos Brisbane.
     Letters dated July 13, 28 & Oct r re Treasury orders drawn in favour of John Paul of the ship Wiliam Shand, 1822.
17 Aug 1825 Order onte Colonial Treasurer for stationery supplied to the Police Office.
Circa Sep 1825 Letter recommending John Fearnhead to the Governor's indulgent consideration.
     On November 1 1825 he was on a list of persons liable to serve as jurors in the district of Sydney.
     The Sydney gazette reported on the 27 March 1826: Colonial Secretary's Office, March 26,1826.The Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. John Paul to be an Auctioneer and Vendue Master, in the Town of Sydney.
By Command of His Excellency, F. Gouluurn, Colonial Secretary.
     Report dated 12 May 1826 by the Board of Inquiry on financial position of the Bank of NSW: Mr John Paul, auctioneer, who is the next most considerable debtor [after Campbell, Raine, Ramsay & Cooper] appears to be liable to the bank as acceptor to the amount of $Spanish 40,972.92
      Drawer to that of 8,762.04
      and as indorser of 1,598.40
      In all 50,443.36
      Against which, however can be set off the balance of his credit on account of deposits 14,076.61.
Leaving a net balance for which he is liable - $36,366.75.
     They are not listed in the 1828 census of NSW, nor is their eldest grand-daughter Tempest Jane with her parents. They may have returned to England or be in Tasmania. However the land & stock census of 1828 mentions land at Sydney, 640 acres, 20 cleared, 10 cultivated. Land owner George William Paul.
     John Paul was granted land between 1829 and 1832 in Illawarra district, New South Wales, John Paul, 1400 acres, parish unnamed, district of Illawarra ... Promised by Sir Thomas Brisbane; 600 acres on 16 May 1823 and 800 acres on 4 June 1824. Quit-rent £6 12s.
     Jno/John and his family may have travelled on one or more of the following NSW voyages:
George Paul 18 Oct 1832 Thomas Dougel     
Messrs William Paul 15 May 1839 Ann
George Paul 2 Jul 1840 Montefiores
Mr. Paul     6 Apr 1841 Harlequin
Mr. Paul     9 May 1844 Star Of China
J Paul 18 Jun 1847     Oliver Cromwell.
     John Paul was on the passenger list of the "Flora", arriving at Sydney, on 29 July 1830. They departed from Hobart Town 1 July; Jno Paul, returned. The "Flora" was a ship of 257 tons with 37 men.
     John Paul was on the passenger list of the "Sydney Packet", arriving at Sydney, on 5 March 1831. It departed from New Zealand 21 Feb carrying Mr Jno Paul Sydney dealer. The "Sydney Packet" was a schooner of 83 tons with 9 men.
     John Paul and Tempest Margaret Hughes were on the passenger list of the "Surry", arriving at Sydney, New South Wales, 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. John John Paul, senior, Sydney, 27 Sep 1833 was in the list of persons authorised to effect sales by auction throught the colony, until the dates undermentioned expire between 1833 and 1835, in Sydney.
     John Paul was granted land on 3 September 1833 in Camden, New South Wales, John Paul, 1400 acres and George William Paul, 600 acres, Camden after advertising in Oct 1831 were granted title deeds. I am not sure whether the John refers to George's father or brother. He was listed in a directory dated 1836 as John Paul senr at Liverpool St, Race Course, Sydney. Hyde Park was originally known as the Race Course, races continued there until 1821.
     John Paul was on the passenger list of the "Siren" dated 2 November 1836 from Hobart, Tasmania. This may refer to the other John Paul.
     John Paul was granted land on 1 January 1837 in Wallis' Plains, West Maitland, New South Wales, John Paul 40 acres, parish of Maitland, allotment no. 20, at Wallis' Plains ... Promised by General Darling on 19 May 1829 and possession authorised on 14 August 1829 to Thomas Stubbs, at whose request the grant is now advertised for Mr Paul. Quit-rent 6.8 sterling per annum, commencing 1 Jan 1837.
The next entry is also for John Paul, 20 ditto, quit-rent 3/4.
     9 Feb 1837 p. 3: Sale by auction, of excellent household furniture, a few valuable oil paintings, splendid tone rosewood pianoforte (half octave) a choice and scarce collection of music, books etc, without the least reserve, by order of the proprietor Mr John Paul, leaving the colony, by Mr George Paul, on Wednesday next, Feb 16th? at 11 o'clock on the premises, Hyde Park, adjoining P De Mestre, Esq.
     John Paul was granted land on 18 February 1837 in Roxburgh, New South Wales, John Paul, the elder, 40 acres, Roxburgh. A Land titles lists show 40 acres 'South Maitland' "Paulston', and 20 ac, 'Tempeston' granted the same day.
     John Paul was on the passenger list of the "Francis Freeling", arriving at Sydney, New South Wales, on 2 March 1837. They departed Hobart 17 February, cabin passenger Mr John Paul, merchant [of] Sydney. This may refer to the JP who died in April.
     John Paul and Tempest Margaret Hughes were on the passenger list of the "Spartan", arriving at London, England, after April 1837. They departed Sydney 30 March 1837.
     John Paul was on the passenger list of the "Williams", arriving at Sydney, on 18 April 1839. He departed from Launceston in a brig of 149 tons.
     John Paul and Tempest Margaret Hughes appeared on the 1841 census in Kennington Green, Lambeth, Surrey. John Paul 60, Tempest Paul 60, Tempest (male) 17, Margaret 15, Elizabeth Mitchell, 20, female servant, Ellen Holmes? 20, female servant; none born in the county except the last servant.
     John was registered at Sydney, on the from 1842 to 1851 electoral roll. 1842-3 Bourke Ward - House, Macquarie Place; 1845-6 Bourke Ward, freehold, George St; 1848-49, 1849-50, 1850-51 ditto. He was not listed in the 1851-52 roll.
     John Paul was on the passenger list of the "Oliver Cromwel", arriving at Sydney, New South Wales, on 18 June 1847. He departed from London as Mr J Paul, London. The ship was 478 tons under A Alexander which sailed 28 Feb from the Downs and he was a cabin passenger.
     John Paul and Tempest Margaret Hughes 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.
     John Paul made a will dated 13 June 1851 in Brighton, Sussex. This is the last will & testament of me John Paul formerly of Sydney NSW but now of Brighton in the county of Sussex I give and bequeath to Daniel Cooper of P..land Place Clapham Road? in the county of Surrey Esquire and Thomas Walker of Sydney aforesaid merchant my trustees ... after the sum of thirty pounds each and I give and bequeath to my dear wife Tempest Margaret Paull all the rest, residue and remainder of my personal property and estate of every kind and description whatsoever in England which I may die possessed of interested in or entitled unto for her own absolute use and ..... .... as to the sum of two thousand pounds sterling part of the last ... residuary personal estate and I give and bequeath the interest of such two thousand pounds to her for her life and from and after her decease I give & bequeath the said two thousand pounds to my grand daughter Margaret Lambert wife of William Blake Lambert of Her Majesty's Dockyard at Portsmouth
I give devise & bequeath to the said Daniel Cooper and Thomas Walker all and singular my messuages or tenements Lands & Hereditaments whatsoever situate in Sydney or elsewhere in NSW aforesaid and also my Bank Stock and other personal estate in NSW to hold the same unto them their heirs executor administrators and assigns upon trust that they the said Daniel Cooper and Thomas Walker and the survivor of them his heirs etc. do and shall pay the rents issues dividends interest and profits of the same messuages, etc. as they shall be from time to time received unto my said dear wife for and during the term of her natural life and from and after her decease I give & bequeath to Sarah widow of my late son George William Paull the sum of five hundred pounds sterling and to Mary widow of my late son John Paul the sum of five hundred pounds sterling and I trust that these two last mentioned legacies will be realized by the proceeds of my Bank shares in NSW and the money which may be in the hands of my agents Messieurs Walker & Company of Sydney but in case there .... shall be insufficient to a.... the same two legacies then I direct each deficiency to be made up out of the proceeds of my real estate ...t hereinafter directed to be sold and my will is that such two legacies should be paid as soon as possible after my wife's decease and I direct that my said trustees and the survivor of them his heirs and assigns do and shall as soon after her decease as they or he shall in their discretion judge the most desirable opportunities sell and dispose of all and singular my aforesaid messuages etc. ... or in parcels by public auction or private contract unto any person or persons who shall be willing to ... the purchase or purchases thereof for the most money that can be reasonably had or gotten for the same and shall and do make and execute all such conveyances and assurances as shall be requisite & necessary to effectuate such sale or sales
And I do hereby declare that the .....ts of my said trustees shall be good & valid discharges for the same to be ... ... and that it shall ... be ... for the app... ... of the purchase money.... I do hereby direct that my said trustees etc. shall & to stand possessed of the monies to ... deductions as aforesaid / and also of the ... & profits of my aforesaid ... of the proceeds of bank stock & the personal estate in NSW ion case the same shall be more than sufficient to a... the aforesaid legacies of five hundred pounds & 500 pounds upon trust in the first place to pay to my grandson John Bird of Sydney aforesaid the sum of 150 pounds & to divide the residue per capita and not per st.....s equally between and amongst all the children of my late daughter Isabella Tempest Rich by her first husband Isaac Bird and of my late sons George William Paul & John Paul except my granddaughter Margaret Lambert whom I have otherwise provided for by this my will and my granddaughter Tempest Jane Tindall wife of John Tindall of Penrith in NSW who will I have no doubt be provided for by her worthy husband and I appoint my said dear wife and the said Daniel Cooper & Thomas Walker Executrix & executors of this my will and in the event of my dear wife's decease before my grandson John Bird then I appoint my said grandson an executor of this my will. In witness ....13th June 1851. John Paul. J B Bullock 51 Lincolns Inn Fields, P J Powell, clerk.

     John died on 21 June 1853 in 'Pier Mansions', 4 Manchester St, Brighton, Sussex, England, aged 79. The Times reported on the 24 June, On the 21st inst., at Brighton, John Paul, Esq. aged 80. He was buried on 23 June 1853 in the Extra Mural cemetery, Brighton. Grave XM80, no headstone remaining in the 1980s although there was in 1867.
     His will was proved on 29 November 1853.
     No Paul daughter buried at St Mary Newington 1821. There was a Louisa Paull baptised 7 May 1820 at St Mary, Putney and an Edward Paul baptised 26 December 1803 at St Nicholas Hereford, both children of John & Margaret.

Children of John Paul and Tempest Margaret Hughes

John Paul

(12 November 1802 - 15 July 1844)
     John Paul was born on 12 November 1802 in London, England. He was the son of John Paul and Tempest Margaret Hughes. John Paul was christened on 28 August 1803 in St James, Piccadilly, Westminster. John Paul, s of John & Tempest Margaret, (born) Nov 12.
     John Paul arrived per "William Shand" on 22 September 1822 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
     He may be the subject of some of the references to John Paul in the passenger lists, rather than his father. A John Paul jr was mentioned in the bankruptcy lists in the NSW government gazettes.
     Undated Memorial (c.1824) To His Excellency Maj Gen Sir Thos Brisbane.... The memorial of John Paul Jr. most humbly shewith, That your Excellency's memorialist came out a free subject, in the William Shand in the year 1822 and who has since resided in this colony, is anxious at present to turn his attention to the pursuits of grazing and agriculture for the carrying on of which on rather an extensive? scale, he possesses ample means, and he therefore begs leave very respectfully to solicit from your Excellency the indulgence of a Grant of Land suitable for the purpose for which he shall ever pray, John Paul jr. George St, Sydney .
     John Paul married Mary Esther Bowen on 6 October 1827 in St James, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. John Paul junior aged 25 of the parish of St Phillips bachelor, a dealer & Mary Bowen aged 18 years of St James spinster married in this church by licence; in the presence of Wm Bowen, 18 Market St Sydney & Tempest Margaret Paul of George St Sydney.
     John Paul and Mary Esther Bowen were recorded in November 1828 census in George St, Sydney. John Paul, George Street, Sydney, no age, Came Free, Wm Shand, 1823, Mrs John Paul, 19, Came Free, 18, Andromeda; with his brother George & his family. John had 640 acres, 20 cleared, 10 cultivated.
     John Paul was granted land on 9 April 1829 in Braedalbane Plains, co. Argyle, New South Wales, On the 5 Dec 1832 George & John Paul were granted 640 acres at Braedalbane Plains as promised by Gov Darling in 1829. A quit rent of a peppercorn was given in exchange for ground surrendered for the purpose of widening George & Brdge Streets, Sydney; also granted another 640 acres there.
There was a claim against them in Dec 1832. John was an auctioneer, in Sydney.
     George William Paul was possibly granted land on 3 September 1833 in Camden, New South Wales, John Paul, 1400 acres and George William Paul, 600 acres, Camden after advertising in Oct 1831 were granted title deeds. I am not sure whether the John refers to George's father or brother. John Paul was listed in a directory dated between 1836 and 1837 as John Paul jnr at General Warehouse, Parramatta, New South Wales.
     John Paul was party to a land transaction in August 1836 in New South Wales. County of Northumberland: #102 James Sea 600 acres parish unnamed at Brisbane Water .... Promised to John Paul, junior, by Sir Thomas Brisbane 16 May 1823, but now advertised at his request in favour of Mr Sea. Quit rent 6s. sterling per annnum, commencing 1 Jan 1829.
     John Paul was granted land before 6 June 1840 in Sydney, John Paul was listed as a grantee of a town allotment in the parish of St Philip - deed already granted.
     In 1841 he was described as a gent. of Macquarie Place, Sydney.
John Paul was declared bankrupt on 11 December 1841. I John Paul in the colony of NSW, agent .... convey to Nehemiah Rundle, all my property and effects whatsoever, upon trust, for the benefit of all my creditors.
John Paul was declared bankrupt on 3 March 1842 in Sydney, New South Wales. John Paul (Jnr) of Macquarie Place, Sydney, agent.
     In 1843 he was described as a gent of the North Shore.
     John died on 15 July 1844 in North Shore, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, aged 41. He was aged 41 and an auctioneer, and sometimes described as John jr. He was buried on 17 July 1844 in Sandhills cemetery after a service at Holy Trinity, Sydney.
     John Paul was mentioned as being deceased in the will of John Paul dated 13 June 1851.

Children of John Paul and Mary Esther Bowen

John Paul

(circa 1830 - )
     John Paul was born circa 1830 in New South Wales, Australia. His parentage is not proven.. He was the son of John Paul and Mary Esther Bowen.
     John Paul married Eva Unknown (Paul). A John C Paul married Hannah E M Johnson, at St Leonards in 1894 #6594.

Child of John Paul and Eva Unknown (Paul)

John Paul

(say 1750 - 5 December 1775?)
     John Paul was born say 1750 in Yorkshire, England.
     A John Paul of the parish of Brotherton, married by licence Elizabeth Wilby at Wragby on 24 Dec 1770. Both signed in the presence of Jos. Green & William Wilby.
     John was buried on 5 December 1775? In All Saints, Wakefield, Yorkshire. An Elizabeth Paul & Matthias Bond had banns called in Sep 1776 at Wakefield.

Child of John Paul

John Paul

(circa 1805 - 2 April 1837)
     John Paul was born circa 1805 in Scotland?.
     John Paul arrived per "Margaret Graham" on 17 December 1834 at Sydney, from Greenock, Scotland via Launceston. The "Margaret" was a barque of 305 tons. He was described as Mr John Paul, of Scotland, merchant.
     John Paul, of Charlotte Place, Church Hill, managed an ironmongery /foreign commission business for William Wright who came out to Australia on J Paul's death in 1837 and established business in early NZ.
     John Paul made a will dated 19 October 1836 in George St, Sydney. This is the last will and testament of me John Paul of George Street Sydney in the colony of New South Wales, merchant. I give and bequeath to Alexander Clark Thomas Brown and Alexander Duncan all of George Street aforesaid ...to pay the surplus & residue thereof unto my father _ Paul of Atherton in Scotland esquire.
     John died on 2 April 1837 in Charlotte Place, Sydney, New South Wales. On Sunday night, at his residence in Charlotte place, John Paul, Esq., merchant. He was buried on 4 April 1837 in St Andrews or Scots Burial Ground, Sydney. He was described as a merchant aged 32 and the ship's name is given.

John Paul

(circa 1809 - 25 March 1844)
     John Paul was born circa 1809.
     John died on 25 March 1844 in Parramatta North. He was a mechanic aged 35, bureid on the 26th..