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William Waterford was born 12 November 1799 in Godstone, Surrey, England, United Kingdom to Gabriel Waterford (bef1799) and Ann unknown (bef1799) and died 17 November 1876 at "Merotherie" in Cassilis, New South Wales, Australia of falling from his horse. He married Mary Ann Brown (1804-1829) 15 April 1828 in Windsor, New South Wales, Australia. He married Elizabeth Hunt (c1812-c1856) 11 August 1834 at St Marys Cathedral in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. He married Elizabeth Doherty (c1830-1906) 6 February 1858 in Ireland.


He arrived in New South Wales on 16 December 1821 on the Minerva as a convict.

Children


Offspring of William Waterford and Mary Ann Brown (1804-1829)
Name Birth Death Joined with
William Waterford (1828-1828)

Offspring of William Waterford and Susannah Merrick (1812-1894)
Name Birth Death Joined with
John Waterford (1831-1917)

Offspring of William Waterford and Elizabeth Doherty (c1830-1906)
Name Birth Death Joined with
William Waterford (1859-1938) 27 June 1859 County Cork, Ireland 27 April 1938 Quirindi, New South Wales, Australia Catherine Mary Carney (1860-1942)

Hugh James Waterford (1861-1912)
Ellen Belle Waterford (1862)




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¶ Death
  • MUDGEE. Saturday, 2.13 p.m. Mr. William Waterford, a very old resident of Merotherie, Talgrabar River, was killed yesterday by being thrown from his horse. Mrs. Waterford, in going to the assistance of her husband, was also seriously injured.
Evening News, 18 November 1876, page 4
  • GULGONG. SATURDAY. William Waterford, seventy-six years of age, a squatter, of Motherie, near Talbragar, was killed yesterday by falling from his horse.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 20 November 1876, page 5