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Biography

John Kingsmill Abbott was born 7 September 1805 in Ireland to Thomas Abbott (c1774-1855) and Eleanor Kingsmill (c1787-1873) and died 10 November 1847 in Scone, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Frances Amanda Brady (1821-1902) 1839 in Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland. Ancestors are from Ireland.




Children


Offspring of John Kingsmill Abbott and Frances Amanda Brady (1821-1902)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Lydia Frances Abbott (c1840-c1921)
Joseph Palmer Abbott (1842-1901) 29 September 1842 Muswellbrook, New South Wales, Australia 15 September 1901 Turramurra, New South Wales, Australia Matilda Elizabeth Macartney (c1848-1880)
Edith Solomon (1854-1935)

William Edward Abbott (1844-1924)
Thomas Abbott (c1846-1848)
Thomas Kingsmill Abbott (c1848-1891) 1848 2 August 1891 Hunters Hill, New South Wales, Australia Marion Lydiard (1862-1935)

John Henry Abbott (c1848-1868)

Death

Sudden Death.—Scone.—On Thursday last, Mr. John Abbott, of Muswell Brook, who had been some distance up the country, and had reached Scone on his return, took lunch at the Golden Fleece Inn, Scone, and walked out afterwards. He had, however, got but a very short distance from the house when he was suddenly taken ill, and a passer-by removed him to a hut near. His friends and medical assistance were immediately sent for, but in spite of every effort he died in about three hours from the time he was attacked. He had been unwell some short time ago, but appeared to have quite recovered. From the symptoms attending his sudden illness, it is believed he died from disease of the heart. Mr. Abbott was in the prime of life, with every appearance of strength and health. He leaves a widow and four young children to lament his loss.

The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser, 17 November 1847, page 2






Footnotes (including sources)

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¶ Death
  • At Scone, on the 11th instant, Mr. John Abbott, eldest son of Mr. Thomas Abbott, of Sydney, after a few hours' illness, aged forty-two years.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 18 November 1847, page 3

At the Golden Fleece Inn, St. Aubin's, near Scone, suddenly, on the 11th Nov., Mr. John Abbott, sheriff's officer, of Skellatar, Muswell Brook, aged 42 years ; much regretted by his relations and a large circle of friends.

The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser, 17 November 1847, page 3
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