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Thomas George Cramp was born circa 1818 to Joseph Cramp (c1791-) and Frances Sharpe (c1795-) and died 28 October 1865 Woodford Island, New South Wales, Australia of drowning. He married Mary Sarah Ann Hedges (1820-1842) 9 June 1839 in St James, Clerkenwell, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom. He married Sarah Lefley (1824-1906) 24 April 1844 in Bloomsbury, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom.



Children



Offspring of Thomas George Cramp and Mary Sarah Ann Hedges (1820-1842)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Elizabeth Anne Cramp (1840-1920)
(unknown female) Cramp (1842-1842)



Offspring of Thomas George Cramp and Sarah Lefley (1824-1906)
Name Birth Death Joined with
William George Cramp (1847-1912) 31 May 1847 London, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom 7 July 1912 Maclean, New South Wales, Australia Sophia Rayner (1846-1916) Sophia Rayner (1846-1916) Sarah Jane Lewis (1879-1959)
Caroline Cramp (1849-1929) 12 May 1849 Grafton, New South Wales, Australia 6 September 1929 3 Rose Street, Annandale, New South Wales, Australia Robert Archer (1848-1929)
Fanny Sarah Cramp (1852-1926) 28 November 1852 Casino, New South Wales, Australia 11 July 1926 Grafton, New South Wales, Australia Herbert Eggins (1846-1925)
Amelia Zellah Cramp (1855-1934) 29 December 1855 Grafton, New South Wales, Australia 31 August 1934 South Grafton, New South Wales, Australia [[William Charles Llewellyn (1858-1938)|]] William Charles Llewellyn (1858-1938)
Harriett Burnett Cramp (1858-1938)
Joseph David Cramp (1862-1945) 4 April 1862 Grafton, New South Wales, Australia 11 February 1945 Lismore, New South Wales, Australia Emelia Browne (1864-1948)
James Samuel Cramp (1864-1939) 9 August 1864 Woodford Island, New South Wales, Australia 30 July 1939 Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Rachael Henry (1861-1933)









 






Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
¶ Death
  • DEATH BY DROWNING. - On Saturday evening last, during a severe gale that passed over the river, a man named George Cramp, residing at Woodford Island, was engaged ferrying a man named James Burns, across the South Arm, when the boat being caught, in the squall was capsized.
Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser, 31 October 1865, page 2
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