Susan: convict's daughter

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Images related to my book, 'Susan: convict's daughter, soldier's wife, nobody's fool.', published in 2017. The board covers the period 1834 to 1920, and locations in Australia, Ireland and England where Susan and her family lived.

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King William Street, Adelaide, 1870 - This is the west side, with North Terrace in the distance. The original ES&A bank premises and the Bank of Adelaide can be seen. The building with a verandah is the original Gresham Hotel. Horse cabs for hire line the centre of the road. Gresham place is shown. Adelaide South Australia, Victoria Australia, Local History, Modern History, Family History, City Of Adelaide, Australian Photography, Williams Street, Australia

King William Street, 1870

B 171 King William Street, Adelaide, west side, with North Terrace in the distance. The original ES&A bank premises and the Bank of Adelaide can be seen. The building with a verandah is the original Gresham Hotel. Horse cabs for hire line the centre of the road. Gresham place is shown. Visit the State Library of South Australia to view more photos of South Australia

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New Colony of South Australia - Twisted History | Limelight Tours

On this day …….. 30th of June 1834 Explorer Matthew Flinders was the first European to investigate the possibilities for settlement on South Australia’s coast, doing so in 1802. The exploration of Charles Sturt to chart the Murray River was a further catalyst to the establishment of a colony on the southern coast. Consequently, the […]

, South corner of King William St. Photograph shows the Jaffery Building on the corner. There are ramps over the gutter and the streets look very muddy. A horse and cart travel along King William Street. (Susan and David married in Williams Street, King William, Street Look, Acre, Corner, Photograph, England, Daughter, David

Currie Street, corner of King William Street

Currie St., South corner of King William St. about 1869. Photograph shows the Jaffery Building on the corner. There are ramps over the gutter and the streets look very muddy. A horse and cart travel along King William Street.

"The Port" in 1845 with Mount Lofty in the background; a photographic copy of the sketch by F. This was the year when John and Catherine Mason arrived in Adelaide. Image from SLSA South Australia, Sketch, Daughter, Urban, Illustration, Artist, Image, Sketch Drawing, Illustrations

"The Port" in 1845 with Mount Lofty in the background

"The Port" in 1845 with Mount Lofty in the background;. a photographic copy of the sketch by F.R. Nixon.

Hindley Street, Adelaide, from the King William Street intersection, c1865. Susan would have been in her teens when this was taken City Of Adelaide, Williams Street, Busy Street, King William, Listed Building, City Council, West End, South Australia, World War Two

Hindley Street

Hindley Street is one of the 63 streets and squares laid out in Colonel William Light’s Plan of the City of Adelaide. It runs east–west, connecting King William Street and West Terrace. Hindley Street was named by a Street Naming Committee made up of the governor and 11 prominent colonists on 23 May..

The Great Whiskey Fire of Dublin in Thousands of barrels of whiskey stored in a warehouse ignited, sending burning whiskey flooding through the city streets. The army, including the regiment, were called out to help fight the fire. Republic Of Ireland, The Republic, Flaming Shots, Barrels Of Whiskey, Dublin Street, Irish Times, Kingdom Of Great Britain, City Streets, Vintage Images

The Great Whiskey Fire of Dublin

In the Great Whiskey Fire of 1875, a crazy burning cocktail of fire, whiskey and malt liquor flowed down Dublin streets. Some drank it from their boots.

The cemetery at Vis en Artois. Susan and David Whybrew's youngest son William died in action in October 1918 and was buried here. World War One, First World, Young Henrys, Next Of Kin, Hundred Days, Stone Pillars, Joining The Army, Marriage Certificate, Prisoners Of War

William Whybrew - an update.

The Cemetery at Vis-en-Artois. William Whybrew has no grave, his name is inscribed on panel 5 of the curved memorial wall between the two ...

Read "Susan" by Stella Budrikis available from Rakuten Kobo. Susan Mason, the child of an Irish convict and his wife, was uneducated but streetwise and canny. From colonial Adelaide. Irish Independence, Ned Kelly, Michael Kelly, Last Battle, Page Turner, Free Kindle Books, Women Life, Eating Well, The Fool

Susan - Stella Budrikis

Susan: Convict's daughter, soldier's wife, nobody's fool is the true story of Susan Whybrew (nee Mason). It is written by Stella Budrikis

Eliza was the daughter of Susan Mason and David Whybrew, and my great grandmother. James Ford, Army Band, Moving To Ireland, Killed In Action, Army Uniform, National Archives, Her Brother, British Army

Eliza Whybrew - a life in two armies

Eliza in her Salvation Army uniform In my post on David and Susan Whybrew's fourteen children I skimmed over Eliza, saying that I'd ...

When I first read about Susan Mason's marriage in 1869 to David Whybrow at St Luke's Anglican Church in Adelaide I had a rather romantic ima. Keep The Peace, Anglican Church, British Library, Supreme Court, Call Her, Future Husband, Colonial, England, Daughter

Susan Mason, a wild colonial girl

When I first read about Susan Mason's marriage in 1869 to David Whybrow at St Luke's Anglican Church in Adelaide I had a rather romantic ima...

When I first read about Susan Mason's marriage in 1869 to David Whybrow at St Luke's Anglican Church in Adelaide I had a rather romantic ima. Keep The Peace, Anglican Church, British Library, South Australia, Old Photos, Colonial, Daughter, Street, Antique Photos

Susan Mason, a wild colonial girl

When I first read about Susan Mason's marriage in 1869 to David Whybrow at St Luke's Anglican Church in Adelaide I had a rather romantic ima...

Typical English irons of the (Collection Tranby House, Australia). The shape was used by Victorian antiquaries to describe a style of medieval shield, termed by analogy heater shield. Antique Iron, Vintage Iron, Power Wash Machine, Medieval Shields, Victorian Gown, Victorian Kitchen, Vintage Laundry, How To Iron Clothes, Iron Board

The life of a laundress

Several years ago we visited a 'living museum', a house set up and furnished just as it would have been in the early 1900's. The couple ...

Acre 119 Collection B 8774 The Ship Inn, The Bedford, Acre, England, Daughter, Australia, Street, Image, Mornings

Acre 119 Collection B 8774

The Ship Inn, Currie Street, Adelaide. This photo was taken about 1895, after it was renamed The Bedford. Image SLSA: B 8774

Port Adelaide, 1846 by George French Angas - 'The view given of Port Adelaide in the accompanying plate, is taken from the opposite bank of the harbour, looking towards the Mount Lofty Ranges . Early Explorers, Image Center, Australian Painters, South Australia, Custom Homes, Paris Skyline, Fine Art, French, Artist

Customs Houses of Port Adelaide

From its earliest days, the South Australian government applied customs duty (charges levied on all foreign and domestic imported goods) as a means of raising money to keep the colony financially solvent. As the colony’s largest port, and the destination of the vast majority of its inbound shipping,..

Richard Simkin (British, Uniforms of the West Kent and later Queen's Own Regiment; a collection of fourteen variously signed and inscribed watercolour all measuring approximately x x Global Art, Art Market, Fine Art, 50th, Artist, Pictures, Painting, Watercolour, Queens

Uniforms of the 50th West Kent and later Queens Own Regiment by RichardSimkin

View Uniforms of the 50th West Kent and later Queens Own Regiment by Richard Simkin on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Richard Simkin.

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