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John Buttsworth was born 6 May 1824 in Wilberforce, New South Wales, Australia to Henry Buttsworth (1789-1853) and Sarah Rose (1795-1869) and died 29 July 1896 in Wilberforce, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Priscilla Anne Jones (1827-1897) 3 February 1847 in Wesleyan Church, Windsor, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom, Australia.




Children


Offspring of John Buttsworth and Priscilla Anne Jones (1827-1897)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Henry John Buttsworth (1847-1918) 1847 Windsor, New South Wales, Australia 17 May 1918 Cundletown, New South Wales, Australia Phyllis Wootton (1847-1932)

Charlotte Jane Buttsworth (1849-1849)
Sarah Jane Buttsworth (1850-1941)
James Buttsworth (1853-1919) 27 January 1853 Wilberforce, New South Wales, Australia 3 April 1919 Taree, New South Wales, Australia Emma Boulton (1858-1934)

Elizabeth Mercy Buttsworth (1854-1856)
Priscilla Ann Buttsworth (1856-1928)
John Thomas Buttsworth (1858-1917) 5 July 1858 Windsor, New South Wales, Australia 22 September 1917 Kingaroy, Queensland, Australia Mary Cave Clarke (1862-1955)

Walter Jones Buttsworth (1860-1862)
Walter Charles Buttsworth (1862-1863)
Alice Martha Buttsworth (1865-1958)
Ebenezer Ernest Buttsworth (1866-1937) 10 October 1866 Ghinni Ghinni, New South Wales, Australia 8 November 1937 Wallsend, New South Wales, Australia Fanny Coombes (1867-1955)

Alfred Jones Buttsworth (1868-1961)

Obituary

The death of John Buttsworth took place at his residence at Wilberforce on Wednesday week last at the advanced age of'72 yeare, after a prolonged and severe illness. Deceased has resided in Wilberforce the greater part of his life and was one of the oldest farmers in the district. The funeral took place on Friday afternoon at Wilberforce, being attended by a long train of friends and relatives. The funeral proceeded to the Church of England, where service was read, and from thence to the cemetery, where the Rev H Guinness, assisted by Rev W Glasson, conducted the burial service.

The Windsor and Richmond Gazette, 8 August 1896, page 9




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