Thomas Sleight

(9 May 1765 - 11 November 1765)
     Thomas Sleight was christened on 9 May 1765 in Alford, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Thomas Sleight and Zilpah Cotton.
     Thomas died on 11 November 1765 in Alford, Lincolnshire.

Thomas Sleight

(18 June 1766 - 6 October 1767)
     Thomas Sleight was christened on 18 June 1766 in Alford, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Thomas Sleight and Zilpah Cotton.
     Thomas was buried on 6 October 1767 in Alford, Lincolnshire.

Vincent Sleight

(17 October 1768 - 1 July 1774)
     Vincent Sleight was christened on 17 October 1768 in Alford, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Thomas Sleight and Zilpah Cotton.
     Vincent was buried on 1 July 1774 in Alford, Lincolnshire.

Vincent Sleight

(20 September 1777 - 21 December 1777)
     Vincent Sleight was christened on 20 September 1777 in Alford, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Thomas Sleight and Zilpah Cotton.
     Vincent was buried on 21 December 1777 in Alford, Lincolnshire.

William Cotton Sleight

(3 June 1806 - )
     William Cotton Sleight was also known as Slight in records. He was christened on 3 June 1806 in Alford, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Thomas Sleight and Susanna (?).

Zilpah Sleight

(26 October 1780 - )
     Zilpah Sleight was christened on 26 October 1780 in Alford, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Thomas Sleight and Zilpah Cotton.

Robert Slight

(30 November 1778 - 17 July 1779)
     Robert Slight was also known as Slight in records. He was christened on 30 November 1778 in Alford, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Thomas Sleight and Zilpah Cotton.
     Robert was buried on 17 July 1779 in Alford, Lincolnshire.

Claud Sloan

(10 October 1884 - 18 April 1956)
     Claud Sloan was born on 10 October 1884 in Queensland. He was the son of John Flockhart Sloan and Mary Grace Davidson.
     Claud died on 18 April 1956 in Queensland, aged 71. He was buried in Toowong.

David Sloan

(before 1807 - between 1860 and 1864)
     David Sloan was born before 1807 in Dominica. Dominica was ceded to the British by the French after losing the 7 Years War and they established a small colony there in 1805. This suggests his father may have been in the British Army or a trader.He is possibly the son of David Sloan, merchant of St Christopher (PCC will 1829) or his brother Wiillam Sloan, of Dominica, West Indies (PCC 1809).
His university admission gives his father as John Sloan, shipowner/merchant/vintner which suggests the Amelia (Amilia) Flockhart marriage on18 Jan 1790 at Kirkcudbright and their son John Flockhart Sloan, born/bapt 8 Feb 1791):
Sacred to the memory of Amelia Flockhart, eldest daghter of David Flockhart, Esquire of Whitehills, in the parish of Auchterarder, Perthshire, and widow of John Sloan, shipowner, Kirkcudbright, who died 27th July 1822, aged 63 years; also of Catherine Flockart, second daughter of the above David Flockhart, who died 26 May 1833, aged 72 years ... Also: Sacred to he memory of John Flockhart Sloan, Esquire, late collector of H M Customs, Carlisle, who died 10 May 1871, aged 80 ..... David was a surgeon from April 1828. He was admitted to the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh on 16 April 1828. On the 4th Feburary 1839 he was registered with the NSW Medical Board.
Medical directory no date: David Slone, West Maitland. [QSL] He was Medical Officer of West Maitland Hospital which opened 1849, performed operation at Maitland in 1845.[Newcastle Library]
Walch's almanac (Tas, 1849): Medical ref for Australasian Colonial & General Life Assurance & Annuity co.: Maitland - D Sloan esq..
     David Sloan arrived per "the William Young|" on 23 March 1829 at Hobart, Tasmania, from He was the surgeon on board. SATURDAY. MARCH 28, 1829. Arrived on Monday the brig William Young, Captain R. K. Reynolds, from Leith, 11th October, 1828, and from the Cape of Good Hope 1st February, 1829, withe general assortment of merchandise, consigned to the Australian company, 6 boxes apparel and saddlery, 4 casks hardware, John Kerr, and packages &c. for R. Willis. J. Bell, 89 pipes and 17 half pipes Cape wine, 100 cases claret and ll casks Cape beef, Dawes and Howitt, 47 casks Cape wine, 80 rolls tobacco, Kemp and Co. 8 cases claret wine, to order, also packages for R. Pitcairn, J. D. Blair, Miss Anderson, Mr. Downward, D. Ramsay, J. Blair, R. and E, Scales, A. Gunn. Passengers - Mrs. Rotcher, Mrs. Grant, Miss Yates, and Mr. Kedd, for Hobart-town. For Sydney - Rev. J. Adair, A.M. Miss Adair, and Mr. Milne, surgeon of the vessel, Mr. David Sloane.
He was described as a seaman on his departure on 8 April 1829 for Port Jackson.They arrived there on 31 October..
     On 22 Aug 1831 the Sydney Herald reported that Dr Sloane attended an accident..
     Harry Boyle's index states that Dr Sloan ran a convict hospital in Maitland. In August 1833 & 1834 he signed petitions against the summary punishment law.
     He is mentioned in the petition of Peter Cooke of 22 Feb 1834 in the Colonial Sec. Letters received 4/2248 land listed in the Returns of the Colony (Blue Books) 1835-1836 as appointed District Surgeon, Maitland in May 1834..
     In 1835 he was mentioned in R Bourke's despatch and again in 1837, Resignation as medical attendant.
     Dr. David Sloan was in Maitland as early as 1836 as he attended a meeting in November of that year to thank Petrie Laurentz Campbell for his duties as Police Magistrate.
In 1843 a post mortem was performed by Dr Sloan on the bodies of two aboriginal men who had been killed in a battle near the old 'Black Swan' at Campbell's Hill. One, from the Port Stephens tribe was shot in the nose and the other from the Wollombi tribe was knocked down with a waddie, speared through the thigh and knee and then his head beaten with waddies by three or four others. The Port Stephens man was removed from his shallow grave where he had been wrapped in his blanket with a sheet of bark laid under him with his broken waddie by his side, so that Dr. Sloan could perform the post mortem. He later testified at the inquest held at the Northumberland Hotel.
     In 1837 he resigned as medical attendant [R Bourke's despatch 1837 1217 p.672, 673, Mitchell Library]. He was listed in a directory dated 1839 as D Sloane, surgeon at Maitland.
     David Sloan married Isabella Lydia Augusta Phillips, daughter of James Phillips and Lydia Ballard, on 15 September 1840 in 'Bona Vista', Paterson, New South Wales, Australia. By special license, on Tuesday, the 15th of September. at her father's residence, Bons Vista, by the Rev. Jennings Smith, A. M., Isabella Lydia Augusta, second daughter of James Phillips, Esq., to David Sloane, Esq., Surgeon, of West Maitland. David Sloan was listed in a directory dated 1841 as David Sloane, medical pracitioner at West Maitland.
David Sloan was declared bankrupt in December 1843 in West Maitland. By January 1844 David Sloan was in financial difficulty and insolvency proceedings ensued. He was allowed to retain his furniture and wearing apparel although there was no mention of his surgical instruments. He may have been allowed to retain them as in May 1845 he performed a Lithotomy on a patient.
     He is mentioned as Dr Sloan, Lochinvar in the court news 22 March 1845, and the news 23 Nov 1844, Mr Sloane, Carcoar, news 15 March 1845 in the Maitland mercury.
     In June he attended Henry Incledon Pilcher with Dr. Beardmore after Pilcher suffered a stroke. The two doctors consulted however were unable to save Pilcher. In August he worked to save the life of John Bowman a child who had been severely burned after his night dress caught fire. Dr. Sloane had rushed to the house and applied the 'proper remedies' without delay however the little boy died 18 hours later. It was found that the fire had 'penetrated through the coats of the abdomen' otherwise a fatal result was not anticipated
In 1848 Dr. Sloane with the assistance of Drs. McCartney and Liddell performed an operation on Mr Ryan. a bullock driver in the employ of Mr Pringle. Ryan had met with an accident several months previously and his thigh had been broken and unsuccessfully set by a resident Doctor. He was sent to Maitland Hospital in May 1848 where several attempts were made by the medical officers to set the leg without avail and it was decided that to amputate the leg was the only option. As the operation would have to be performed rather high up on the thigh it was considered desirable to do so with the aid of chloroform and a small quantity was obtained from Sydney. On the morning of the operation, Ryan was given the chloroform however its effect was to 'make him excited and nervous as if under the influence of strong drink and he remained acutely sensible to the prick of a pin and the operation was postponed. A few days later however it was decided to proceed with the operation without the aid of chloroform. The operation was performed rapidly and skillfully however Ryan was weakened after his long illness and the shock proved too great for him. He never recovered from the state of exhaustion produced by the operation and died a few days later.
     David Sloan travelled to London, in 1845 per the "Departed September 25 per" Sons of Commerce" from Hobart".
     The Maitland mercury reported on 3 May 1845: Lithotomy. - Dr Sloan has performed a very delicate operation on a ticket of leave holder, named Brennan, who is now recovering rapidly under the skilled treatment he is receiving. We believe this is the first time that the operation of cutting for the stone has benn performed in the district.
     It was not unusual for doctors to find themselves in Court giving evidence at inquests or testifying at trials and in 1847 Dr Sloan testified at the trial of Dr John Goodwin. However he was called on to defend his actions in Court in 1846 when he appeared in the Police Court charged by William Heugh with poisoning Heugh's dog by putting poison on a piece of liver. The Bench attempted to dissuade Heugh from proceeding however Dr Sloan expressed a wish that the case might be heard and proceedings were postponed to await witnesses.
     In a newpspaper article on 19 Sep 1849 Dr Sloan deposed that in August 1848 he was called to attend a consultation with Dr M'Cartney respecting Mrs Arabin....
     The Maitland mercury newspaper dated 9 Nov 1850 reported that was a witness at the inquest into the death of Abraham Dawes.
     In 1853 a David Sloan and an Elizabeth had a child John M, baptised at St Andrew's Scots church in Sydney. He made a Post Mortem examination in Maitland in March 1853.
     
     The Maitland Mercury reported on 10 Feb 1855: ASSAULT.- David Sloan was yesterday charged before the bench with having, on the 6th February, assaulted Henry Nichols, with a wooden instrument, in complainant's own back yard, to the effusion of his blood. Mr. Chambers appeared for the complainant, and Mr. Mullen for the defendant. Mr. Nichols stated that about half-past eight o'clock on the evening of 6th February two neighbours came to his house; one was sitting on the door step, another on a chair inside of the door ; Mrs. Nichols was sitting on a chair in the middle of the room, and complainant was lying on the sofa ; a man suddenly rushed into the room, stumbling over the female on the doorstep, on which Mrs. Nichols rose up and rushed out of the room ; the person who thus entered was Dr. Sloan, who ran after his wife through the back door; witness then got up and went out after them, looked about the place for some minutes, and saw the defendant coming back to the house; witness asked the defendant what he was doing there, when he turned on his heel to get out by the back way; witness followed Mr. Sloan, and when he had got about thirty yards, and was still on complainant's property, he lifted up a pole and turned round to strike witness down, and made a blow at him; witness seeing his danger rushed at defendant and caught him by the throat, and threw him backwards, but whilst doing so he received a blow with the pole in the month, which caused the effusion of blood ; he also struck witness, either with his fist, or something in in, until he was mastered; witness then took his whip from him, and gave him a number of blows, after which defendant got up and run away. Cross examined : witness knew very; well what had brought Dr. Sloan to his house, and he would punish any one who came on a similar errand. Mrs. McDonald was at Mr Nichols' house on the night in question, and was sitting there when Mr. Sloan came in,and walked through the house; Mr. Nichols was lying on the sofa at the time; Mr. Sloan said nothing when he came in, and Mrs. Nichols, on seeing him, ran out by the back door and hid herself in the wash-house; Mr. Nichols went after him, and defendant was returning to the house when the parties met and had some words, and Mr. Sloan turned back again; about two minutes after witness went down the yard, and saw complainant attempting to take a stick from defendant; Mr. Nichols was bleeding at the mouth; they both fell down together, and witness saw Mr. Nichols take a whip out of Dr. Sloan's hand and strike him with it ; witness called on Mr. Nichols, who came away; Mrs. Nichols came up just as her husband was going into the house, took the whip out of his hand, and threw it over the paddock. No witnesses were produced for the defendant. The bench found the defendant guilty, and fined him £2 10s., with £1 1s. professional costs, 10s. for witness's expenses, and court costs, or in default of immedate payment, to be imprisoned for 14 days.
     David Sloan was mentioned in 1856.
In 1856 David Sloan sold property in 'Bona Vista', Paterson, New South Wales. April 28 1856: Release - Bloxsome and Iceton to David Sloan of Lots 30 & 31 of Bona Vista Estate (Reg. book 43 no.436). Sep 2 - Conveyance David Sloan to Lydia Phillips (widow) of lots 30 & 31 of Bona Vista Estate, consideration £600 (Reg. book 45 no.587).
     On 11 Sep 1856 the Maitland Mercury reported that a sale by auction at the residence of Dr Sloan, High Street, West Maitland on 18 Sep all the household furnture, books, surgical instruments etc....
By 9 October Mr W Briggs, solictor had moved to the premises..
     David died between 1860 and 1864 in Maitland?, New South Wales, Australia. There is no record of his death held by the Medical Board. No obituary in Australian Medical Journal for 1860-64. He was described as "Late" at his daughter's wedding in 1864. He had financial problems in 1860 so may committed suicide? See also:https://jenwilletts.com/david_sloane.htm.

Child of David Sloan and Mary Ann Ashton

Children of David Sloan and Isabella Lydia Augusta Phillips

David Alexander Sloan

(14 July 1882 - 5 October 1950)
     Ruth Dixon "remembers the Sloan boys, David & Claude, who were unmarried".. David Alexander Sloan was also known as Alexander in records. He was born on 14 July 1882 in Queensland. He was the son of John Flockhart Sloan and Mary Grace Davidson.
     David died on 5 October 1950 in Queensland, aged 68. He was buried in Toowong.

John Flockhart Sloan

(18 July 1845 - 28 June 1908)
     John Flockhart Sloan was born on 18 July 1845 in West Maitland, New South Wales. He was the son of David Sloan and Isabella Lydia Augusta Phillips. John Flockhart Sloan was christened on 29 September 1845 in West Maitland.
     John was educated from 30 December 1846 at the Presbyterian School, West Maitland. He witnessed Lydia Ballard's burial on 25 November 1864 in St Paul's, Paterson.
     John Flockhart Sloan married Mary Grace Davidson on 6 October 1881 in Brisbane, Queensland. SLOAN—DAVIDSON.—On the 6th October, at St. John's pro-Cathedral Church, Brisbane, by the Rev. John Sutton, M.A., John Flockhart, son of David Sloan, M.D., late of Maitland, New South Wales, to Mary Grace, second daughter of Robert Davidson, Esq., North Quay, Brisbane.
     John Flockhart Sloan lived at Sandgate, Queensland, 1898. He was the informant at the death of Lydia Amelia Lucy Sloan, on 25 July 1898.
     John Flockhart Sloan lived at Cotton St, Sandgate, Queensland, 1903.
     John died Death of Mr. J. F. Sloan.
The death is announced of Mr. John Flockhart Sloan, one of the oldest civil servants in the State. The late Mr. Sloan, who was born on 18th July, 1845, first entered business life as a clerk in the Bank of Australasia, and in June, 1868, entered tne Savings Bank. in November of the same year, he was transferred to the Treasury Department, where he held various offices for ten years. On 1st June, 1878, he took up the position of chief clerk of the Department of Public Instruction, remaining there till April, 1892, when he was transferred to the Colonial Office, afterwards the Home Secretary's Department, as chief clerk. He remained there for nine years, his abilities making him a valuable officer ; in addition, he was thoroughly well liked by all who knew him or worked under him. In 1901 he resigned his position in the Home Secretary's office, but in 1904, on 1st July; was again appointed to the service, taking a clerkship in the office of the Com missioner for Income Tax, where he re mained till his death. Mr. Sloan, during the absence of Mr. H. S. Dutton in England in 1897, filled the position ot private secretary to the Premier, and in this, as in all other appointments, was very suc cessful. Mr. Sloan had been ailing for some time, but death was not expected so soon. He leaves a widow, who was Miss Mary Davidson, of North Quay, and two sons, the eldest, Alex, a clerk in a Brisbane office, and the other, Claude, a school teacher at Sandgate.
He had beeen declared insolvent in 1900 but discharged in 1903. on 28 June 1908 in Sandgate, Queensland, aged 62. He was buried in Toowong.

Children of John Flockhart Sloan and Mary Grace Davidson

Louisa Jane Sloan

(29 April 1847 - after 1887)
     Louisa Jane Sloan was commonly known as Dolly. She was born on 29 April 1847 in West Maitland, New South Wales. She was the daughter of David Sloan and Isabella Lydia Augusta Phillips. Louisa Jane Sloan was christened on 27 May 1847 in West Maitland. She was mentioned in a letter from Lydia Amelia Lucy Sloan dated after 1866?. An undated letter (presumably after 1866 to Lydia Phillips/Bowker) from Ravenfield, Sep 11 - My very dear Aunt, I must not let Dolly close her letter without adding a few lines to thank you for your kind present of oranges which we have been enjoying, even baby has had some the mandarins. They are so delightfully sweet. I am going to preserve the ... tomorrow but .. ... I have been very busy making mourning? for the little ones. Dolly will have told you of the death of poor Mrs Healy. It is so ... and has cast a gloom over us all. She was such a nice kind old lady. I am sure you must be enjoying this delightful spring weather at dear old Paterson. ... ... I sent you my (carte?) I have had it taken seven times & this is the best of them all no one likes. My dearest love to you and Fannie, I remain dear Aunt, yours affectionately Lydia. I am deeply grived at what you say about John. My advice would be to make Mrs G?..... know that what she states is true. ... thoughtless .. not ... & wants a different home & companion I wish I had him here. Do not let Fannie hear this please. L A R.
. An unknown person was a creditor of the estate of Lydia Ballard, 9 July 1869. 1869 July 9: This day, by act of Court, Administration of all & singular, the goods chattels, credits and effects of Lydia Phillips deceased was granted to Richard Ryther Steer Bowker, the duly constituted Attorney of Louisa Jane Sloan a creditor of the deceased Intestate as to her personal estate Intestate died the 24th Nov 1864. Goods sworn at £200 Letters of admon. dated the same day as granted.
     Her aunt's husband Dr R R S Bowker, was her duly constituted attorney as creditor of the deceased Lydia Phillips intestate. Letters of admon granted 9 July 1869.
     Louisa Jane Sloan married Joseph Black Dixon on 15 December 1869 in St John's, Brisbane, Queensland. On the 15th Dec, at St John's Church by the Rev T Jones, Joseph Black, eldest son of the late Joseph Dixon Esq. of Hobart Town Tas. to Louisa Jane, 2nd daughter of the late David Sloan Esq. M.D. of Maitland NSW. Louisa Jane Sloan was listed in a directory dated 1885-86, 1887 as Mrs Dixon at 'Clayton' River Rd, Toowong, Queensland.
     Louisa died after 1887 in Queensland.

Children of Louisa Jane Sloan and Joseph Black Dixon

Lydia Amelia Lucy Sloan

(25 October 1841 - 25 July 1898)
     Lydia Amelia Lucy Sloan was born on 25 October 1841 in West Maitland, New South Wales. She was the daughter of David Sloan and Isabella Lydia Augusta Phillips. Lydia Amelia Lucy Sloan was christened on 27 January 1842 in Houghton parish, New South Wales.
     Lydia Amelia Lucy Sloan married Henry Wyat Moore Radford on 27 October 1864 in Christ Church, Newcastle. On Oct 27 at Christ Church Newcastle by Rev. Canon Fletcher, Henry Wyatt Radford, 2nd son of the late Dr Radford, surgeon of H.M. 62nd Regt. to Lydia Amelia, eldest daughter of the late Dr Sloan of Maitland.
     Lydia Amelia Lucy Sloan sent a letter dated after 1866? To Lydia Frances Phillips. An undated letter (presumably after 1866 to Lydia Phillips/Bowker) from Ravenfield, Sep 11 - My very dear Aunt, I must not let Dolly close her letter without adding a few lines to thank you for your kind present of oranges which we have been enjoying, even baby has had some the mandarins. They are so delightfully sweet. I am going to preserve the ... tomorrow but .. ... I have been very busy making mourning? for the little ones. Dolly will have told you of the death of poor Mrs Healy. It is so ... and has cast a gloom over us all. She was such a nice kind old lady. I am sure you must be enjoying this delightful spring weather at dear old Paterson. ... ... I sent you my (carte?) I have had it taken seven times & this is the best of them all no one likes. My dearest love to you and Fannie, I remain dear Aunt, yours affectionately Lydia. I am deeply grived at what you say about John. My advice would be to make Mrs G?..... know that what she states is true. ... thoughtless .. not ... & wants a different home & companion I wish I had him here. Do not let Fannie hear this please. L A R.
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     Lydia died of pneumonia on 25 July 1898 in River Road, Toowong, Queensland, aged 56. She was buried on 26 July 1898 in Toowong.

Children of Lydia Amelia Lucy Sloan and Henry Wyat Moore Radford

Harry David Charles Slocum

(1910 - 1977)
     Harry David Charles Slocum was born in 1910.
     Harry David Charles Slocum married Pamela Mary Breakspere, daughter of William Hall Breakspere and Annie Marguerita Hunn, circa 1950.
     Harry died in 1977.

James or Isaac Slodden

     James or Isaac Slodden was also known as Isaac Sladden in records. James or Isaac Slodden was also known as Isaac Slodden in records.
     James or Isaac Slodden married Susanna Darby?, daughter of Unknown Darby, before 1804. On 9 Nov 1796, an Isaac Slodden married a Susanna Townsend at St Andrew by the Wardrobe. Witnessed by Martha Darby, Diana Weston and Jas Hoskin? The will does not actually state that she is George Darby's sister.

David Smale

     David Smale married Emma Rich, daughter of George Rich and Sarah Esgar.

Child of David Smale and Emma Rich

Francis Dyer Rich Smale

(10 April 1851 - 18 May 1928)
     Francis Dyer Rich Smale was born on 10 April 1851 in Auckland, New Zealand. He was the son of David Smale and Emma Rich.
     Francis died on 18 May 1928 aged 77.

William Smales

     William Smales married Mary Popplewell, daughter of William Popplewell and Esther Selby, in 1820.

Aimee McDonald Small

(6 December 1915 - 23 February 2004)
     Aimee McDonald Small was born on 6 December 1915 in Essendon, Victoria. She was the daughter of William McIntyre Small and his wife Jane Emily Budd..
     Aimee McDonald Small married John Andrew MacCraith, son of Michael George MacCraith and May Mary Malcolm, on 7 October 1939 in Essendon, Victoria.
     Aimee died on 23 February 2004 in Victoria, aged 88. She was cremated on 27 February 2004 in New Melbourne General Cemetery, Fawkner.

Child of Aimee McDonald Small and John Andrew MacCraith

Beatrice Alice Smallman

(1875 - 29 May 1947)
     Beatrice Alice Smallman was born in 1875 in Lucknow, Victoria. She was the daughter of Richard Crawford Smallman & Frances nee James..
     Beatrice Alice Smallman married William Edward Bodman, son of Henry Bodman and Mary Ann Burnett, in 1897 in Alberton, Victoria.
     Beatrice died on 29 May 1947 in Melbourne, Victoria.

Children of Beatrice Alice Smallman and William Edward Bodman

Blanche Mabel Kate Smallman

(1870 - 1941)
     Blanche Mabel Kate Smallman was born in 1870 She was the daughter of Richard Crawford Smallman & Frances Harriet nee James..
     Blanche Mabel Kate Smallman married Henry George Bodman, son of Henry Bodman and Mary Ann Burnett, on 6 April 1890.
     Blanche died in 1941 in Richmond, Victoria.

Children of Blanche Mabel Kate Smallman and Henry George Bodman

Catherine Rebecca Smart

(29 March 1871 - )
     Catherine Rebecca Smart was born on 29 March 1871 in Clarendon, South Australia. She was the daughter of Edmund Walter Smart and Maria Colbert.

Charles Samuel Colbert Smart

(4 April 1869 - )
     Charles Samuel Colbert Smart was born on 4 April 1869 in Clarendon, South Australia. He was the son of Edmund Walter Smart and Maria Colbert.

Child of Charles Samuel Colbert Smart

Edmond Joseph Smart

     Edmond Joseph Smart was the son of Charles Samuel Colbert Smart.

Edmund Walter Smart

(circa 1840 - )
     Edmund Walter Smart was born circa 1840.
     Edmund Walter Smart married Maria Colbert, daughter of William Colbert, on 20 February 1857 in the residence of Mr Smart, Clarendon, South Australia.

Children of Edmund Walter Smart and Maria Colbert

Edmund William Smart

(17 September 1861 - )
     Edmund William Smart was born on 17 September 1861 in Clarendon, South Australia. He was the son of Edmund Walter Smart and Maria Colbert.

Elizabeth Smart

(7 December 1864 - )
     Elizabeth Smart was born on 7 December 1864 in Clarendon, South Australia. She was the daughter of Edmund Walter Smart and Maria Colbert.

John Henry Smart

(18 March 1867 - )
     John Henry Smart was born on 18 March 1867 in Clarendon, South Australia. He was the son of Edmund Walter Smart and Maria Colbert.

Joseph Walter Smart

(18 June 1873 - )
     Joseph Walter Smart was born on 18 June 1873 in Clarendon, South Australia. He was the son of Edmund Walter Smart and Maria Colbert.

Stephen James Smart

(26 September 1876 - )
     Stephen James Smart was born on 26 September 1876 in Thorn Gate, South Australia. He was the son of Edmund Walter Smart and Maria Colbert.