Biography

Richard James Cramp was born circa 1821 to Thomas Smith Cramp (c1803-1849) and Maria Feakins (c1801-) and died 7 January 1877 107 Collins-street, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Eliza Sadler (c1824-1878) 27 January 1846 in Saint Andrews Presbyterian Church, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.



Children



Offspring of Richard James Cramp and Eliza Sadler (c1824-1878)
Name Birth Death Joined with
John Tomlin Cramp (1847-1941) 9 February 1847 Hobart, Tasmania, Australia 27 July 1941 New Town, Tasmania, Australia Susan Jane Ward (1849-1938)
William Thomas Cramp (1849-1935) 21 March 1849 Hobart, Tasmania, Australia 30 July 1935 8 Tower Road, New Town, Tasmania, Australia Henrietta Jane Ludbey (c1845-1918)
Eliza Cramp (1851-1875)
Mary Maria Cramp (1853-1940)
Charlotte Elizabeth Cramp (1854-1855) 1854 Geelong, Victoria, Australia 1855 Geelong, Victoria, Australia
Caroline Sophia Cramp (1856-1945) 1856 Geelong, Victoria, Australia 8 November 1945 9 Ilfracombe Crescent, Sandy Bay, Tasmania, Australia Rechab Harry Andrews (1860-1948)
Emily Kate Cramp (1859-1925)
Sarah Tomlin Cramp (1861-1875)
Richard James Cramp (1864-1907)
George Manton Cramp (1866-1949)














Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
₪ Wedding
  • MARRIED—On Tuesday last, the 27th instant, by special license, at New Town, by the Rev. J. Lillie, Richard James, eldest son of Mr. Thomas Cramp, of this city, to Eliza, third daughter of Mr. J. Sadler, postmaster, New Town.
Colonial Times, 30 January 1846, page 2
¶ Death
  • Cramp.—On the 7th instant, at his late residence, 107 Collins-street, Richard James' Cramp, in his 56 th year, after a long and painful illness.
Tribune, 12 January 1877, page 1
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January 7, 1877 +
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Cramp.—On the 7th instant, at his late residence, 107 Collins-street, Richard James' Cramp, in his 56 th year, after a long and painful illness.
Tribune, 12 January 1877, page 1 +
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Saint Andrews Presbyterian Church, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia +
MARRIED—On Tuesday last, the 27th instant,MARRIED—On Tuesday last, the 27th instant, by special license, at New Town, by the Rev. J. Lillie, Richard James, eldest son of Mr. Thomas Cramp, of this city, to Eliza, third daughter of Mr. J. Sadler, postmaster, New Town.</br>::Colonial Times, 30 January 1846, page 2Colonial Times, 30 January 1846, page 2] +