Family of First Massingham



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Frost Massingham and Rebecca Taylor




Husband Frost Massingham 2

            AKA: Frost Massongham
           Born: 1733 - Langham, Norfolk, England
     Christened: 26 Feb 1733 - Langham, Norfolk, England
           Died: 1780 - Langham, Norfolk, England
         Buried: 17 Nov 1780 - Langham, Norfolk, England


         Father: James Massingham (Abt 1697-Abt 1773)
         Mother: Mary Frost (Abt 1710-Abt 1785)


       Marriage: 19 Dec 1758 - Langham, Norfolk, England 148

Events

Alt. Death: 1773. 2




Wife Rebecca Taylor 2

           Born: Abt 1739 2
     Christened: 
           Died: 26 Nov 1805 - Langham, Norfolk, England 2
         Buried: 29 Nov 1805 - Langham, Norfolk, England


Children
1 M John Massingham 2,55

           Born: 1761 - Langham, Norfolk, England 55
     Christened: 9 May 1761 - Langham, Norfolk, England
           Died: 30 Dec 1845 - Langham, Norfolk, England
         Buried: 2 Jan 1846 - Langham, Norfolk, England
         Spouse: Anne Cooper (1755-1844) 2
           Marr: 5 Nov 1781 - Langham, Norfolk, England 2,126



2 M Frost Massingham

           Born: 1764
     Christened: 
           Died: 1766
         Buried: 



3 M Frost Massingham

           Born: 1766
     Christened: 21 Sep 1766 - Langham, Norfolk, England 207
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Elizabeth Tuck (      -      )
           Marr: 23 Sep 1802 - Thursford, Norfolk, England
         Spouse: Ann Woodhouse (      -      )
           Marr: 1810 - Thornage



4 M James Massingham

           Born: 1769 - Langham, Norfolk, England
     Christened: 2 Oct 1769 - Langham, Norfolk, England
           Died: 28 Jun 1801 - Langham, Norfolk, England
         Buried: 30 Jun 1801 - Langham, Norfolk, England



5 M Edmund Massingham

           Born: 1772 - Langham, Norfolk, England
     Christened: 5 Jul 1772 - Langham, Norfolk, England
           Died: 1855 - Field Dalling, Norfolk, England
         Buried: 21 Jan 1855
         Spouse: Anne Bowers (Abt 1776-1852)
           Marr: 30 Mar 1797 - Saxlingham, Norfolk, England



6 F Rebecca Massingham

           Born: 1775
     Christened: 25 Jun 1775 - Langham, Norfolk, England
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: James Long (      -Bef 1880)
           Marr: 31 Oct 1809 - Langham, Norfolk, England 198



7 M Stephen Massingham

           Born: 1779 - Langham, Norfolk, England
     Christened: 6 May 1779 - Langham, Norfolk, England
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Mary Bloy (      -Bef 1890)




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George Massingham and Mary Rye




Husband George Massingham 2

           Born: 6 Nov 1810 - Thursford, Norfolk, England 2
     Christened: 10 Nov 1810 - Thursford, Norfolk, England
           Died: 28 Dec 1882 - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
         Buried: 


         Father: Earl Massingham (1775-Abt 1841) 2,6
         Mother: Lydia Stapleton (Abt 1786-1873) 2


       Marriage: 11 Oct 1840 - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England

   Other Spouse: Ellen Spooner (Abt 1823-Abt 1897) - 12 Oct 1845 - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England

Events

Occupation: Tallows chandler.

Residence: 1841. 2

Residence: 1851. 2

Residence: 1851. 2

Residence: 1861. 2

Residence: 1881. 2

Alt. Death: Dec 1882. 2




Wife Mary Rye

           Born: Abt 1813
     Christened: 
           Died: Abt 1844
         Buried: 


Children

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George Massingham and Ellen Spooner




Husband George Massingham 2

           Born: 6 Nov 1810 - Thursford, Norfolk, England 2
     Christened: 10 Nov 1810 - Thursford, Norfolk, England
           Died: 28 Dec 1882 - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
         Buried: 


         Father: Earl Massingham (1775-Abt 1841) 2,6
         Mother: Lydia Stapleton (Abt 1786-1873) 2


       Marriage: 12 Oct 1845 - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England

   Other Spouse: Mary Rye (Abt 1813-Abt 1844) - 11 Oct 1840 - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England

Events

Occupation: Tallows chandler.

Residence: 1841. 2

Residence: 1851. 2

Residence: 1851. 2

Residence: 1861. 2

Residence: 1881. 2

Alt. Death: Dec 1882. 2




Wife Ellen Spooner

           Born: Abt 1823 - North Creake, Norfolk, , England
     Christened: 
           Died: Abt 1897
         Buried: 


Children

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George Massingham and Sarah




Husband George Massingham

           Born: 1814
     Christened: 20 Aug 1815 - Watton, Norfolk, England
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Robert Massingham (1765-      )
         Mother: Ann Harvey (Abt 1771-1855)


       Marriage: 

Events

Jobs: Jobs.




Wife Sarah

           Born: Abt 1823
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


Children
1 F Ellen Massingham

           Born: 1847 - Thetford, Norfolk, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Benjamin Goldon (Abt 1831-      )




General Notes: Husband - George Massingham

1851: Carter (Census Index on CD-ROM) .
1881: Agricultural labourer (Census Index data) .
1891: Labourer
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George Massingham and Hannah Reynolds




Husband George Massingham

           Born: 27 Nov 1818 - Aylmerton, Norfolk, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 1843
         Buried: 


         Father: George Massingham (1791-1855) 2,6,8,9
         Mother: Sarah Flogdale (Abt 1800-Abt 1867) 6


       Marriage: 



Wife Hannah Reynolds

           Born: 
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Children
1 M James Massingham

           Born: Abt 1840 - Aylmerton, Norfolk, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 F Marie Massingham

           Born: 30 Jan 1841 - Aylmerton, Norfolk, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 
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3 M George Massingham

           Born: 1843 - Aylmerton, Norfolk, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 31 Jul 1877 - Aylmerton, Norfolk, England
         Buried: 




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George Massingham and Rebecca Storey




Husband George Massingham 84

           Born: Abt 1841 - Watton, Norfolk, England
     Christened: 14 Mar 1841 - Watton, Norfolk, England
           Died: 2 Sep 1904
         Buried: 6 Sep 1904 - St. Germain & St. Mark (Anglican), Marske In Cleveland, Yorkshire


         Father: James Massingham (Abt 1814-1887) 2,84,85,86
         Mother: Hannah Clark (Abt 1816-Abt 1908)


       Marriage: 27 Jan 1866 - Guisbrough Register Office, Yorkshire

Events

Alt. Birth: 1841. 84

Job: ironstone miner, 1841.

Residence: 1851. 84




Wife Rebecca Storey

           Born: 
     Christened: 25 Sep 1842 - St. Peter's, Redcar, Yorkshire
           Died: 27 Sep 1932 - St. Germain & St. Mark (Anglican), Marske In Cleveland, Yorkshire
         Buried: 1 Oct 1932


         Father: Storey (      -      )
         Mother: 




Children
1 M Robert Storey

           Born: Abt 1864
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 F Hannah Mary Massingham

           Born: Abt 1867 - Marske By The Sea, Redcar, Cleveland, Yorkshire
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: George Clayton (Bef 1870-      )
           Marr: 1883 - Hartlepool, Durham, England



3 M James Henry Massingham

            AKA: John H. Massingham
           Born: Abt 1869 - Marske By The Sea, Redcar, Cleveland, Yorkshire
     Christened: 3 Jul 1870 - Marske By The Sea, Redcar, Cleveland, Yorkshire
           Died: 29 Apr 1930
         Buried: 1 May 1930 - St. Germain & St. Mark (Anglican), Marske In Cleveland, Yorkshire
         Spouse: Mary Hannah Storey (Abt 1864-1929)
           Marr: 18 Apr 1891 - Middlesborough Register Office, Yorkshire



4 M Thomas Massingham

           Born: Abt 1871 - Marske By The Sea, Redcar, Cleveland, Yorkshire
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



5 M George Simpson Massingham

           Born: 12 Sep 1873
     Christened: 
           Died: 21 Jun 1931
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Elizabeth Ann Hide (1872-1950)
           Marr: 13 Feb 1895 - Guisbrough, Yorkshire, England



6 M William Massingham

           Born: Abt 1876 - Marske By The Sea, Redcar, Cleveland, Yorkshire
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Margaret Annie Tombs (Abt 1878-      )
           Marr: 15 Feb 1904 - St. Peter's Church, Redcar, Yorkshire



7 M Charles Lawson Massingham

           Born: Abt 1884
     Christened: 
           Died: 25 Feb 1890
         Buried: 28 Feb 1890 - St. Germain & St. Mark (Anglican), Marske In Cleveland, Yorkshire




General Notes: Wife - Rebecca Storey

Obituary in North East Daily Gazette, Wednesday 28 September 1932 (information provided by Val Collins; copy held by GPH) :
Death at 92
Aged Cleveland Woman Passes Away
One of Cleveland's oldest residents, Mrs. Rebecca Massingham, died yesterday at the home of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Storey, 1 New Row, Dunsdale, at the age of 92 years.
A native of Marske, she lived in the seaside village until seven years ago, when she reoved to Dunsdale. Her manner of departure was unusual. For 60 years, she lived in the old vicarage, Marske, and when the house was sold, she could not settle with relatives in the village. Rising early one morning, she set to walk to Dunsdale, and was found patirntly climbing Yearby Bank with her bundle of belongings.
In spite of her years, she was decidely active, and as recently as three weeks' ago spoke of visiting Redcar. She was able to perform all household duties. She had been confined to her bed for a week prior to her death, but did not seem seriously ill.

Announcement in North East Daily Gazette, Friday 30 September 1932 (information provided by Val Collins) :
Massingham: On September 27th at 29 New Row, Dunsdale, Rebecca Massingham, beloved wife of the late George Massingham. Interment at Marske, Saturday Service in Parish Church 2.30 p.m., leaving the above address at 1.30. Meet at Marske Church.
Dunsdale is between Redcar and Guisborough, a small village with only 2 rows of houses, originally built for the ironstone miners.

1845-1925 (Rebecca): Old Vicarage, Marske by the Sea, Yorkshire (Rebecca's obituary, see below) .
1861 (George): Rosedale East, Yorkshire (Census transcript) .
1866 (George): Marske, Yorkshire (marriage certificate) .
1866 (Rebecca): Redcar, Yorkshire (marriage certificate) .
1867: Marske by the Sea, Yorkshire (1871 Census birthplace of daughter Hannah) .
1867: Marske by the Sea, Yorkshire (1891 Census birthplace of daughter Hannah) .
1869: Marske by the Sea, Yorkshire (1871 Census birthplace of son James) .
1869: Marske by the Sea, Yorkshire (1881 Census birthplace of son John) .
1869: Redcar, Yorkshire (1891 Census birthplace of son J.H.) .
1871: High Street, Marske by the Sea, Yorkshire (Census) .
1871: Marske by the Sea, Yorkshire (1881 Census birthplace of son Thomas) .
1874: Marske by the Sea, Yorkshire (1881 Census birthplace of son George) .
1874: Redcar, Yorkshire (1891 Census birthplace of son George) .
1876: Marske by the Sea, Yorkshire (1881 Census birthplace of son William) .
1876: Redcar, Yorkshire (1891 Census birthplace of son William) .
1881: Old Vicarage, Marske by the Sea, Yorkshire (Census Index data) .
1891: Old Vicarage, Marske by the Sea, Yorkshire (Census) .
1932: 1 or 29 New Row, Dunsdale, Yorkshire
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George Benjamin Massingham and Blanche Smithson




Husband George Benjamin Massingham

           Born: 1859
     Christened: 
           Died: 1897
         Buried: 


         Father: Benjamin Massingham (1825-      ) 143
         Mother: Sophia (Abt 1825-      )


       Marriage: 4 Mar 1880 - Aylmerton, Norfolk, England



Wife Blanche Smithson

           Born: Abt 1860
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: John Smithson (      -      )
         Mother: 



   Other Spouse: Peter Cable (      -      ) - 24 Apr 1905 - Aylmerton, Norfolk, England


Children
1 M Benjamin Thomas Massingham

           Born: 19 Jun 1883 - Aylmerton, Norfolk, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 20 Jul 1966 - Aylmerton, Norfolk, England
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Ada Lucy (1883-1962)



2 M William George Massingham 208

           Born: Jan 1881 - Runton, Norfolk, England 208
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 M James John Massingham

           Born: 13 Oct 1885 - Aylmerton, Norfolk, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 F Alberta Blanche Massingham

           Born: Abt 1889
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



5 F Ellen Hannah Massingham

           Born: 11 Dec 1892 - Aylmerton, Norfolk, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Richard Knights (Abt 1888-      )
           Marr: 23 Aug 1909 - Aylmerton, Norfolk, England



6 M Robert Walter Massingham

           Born: 24 Sep 1893 - Aylmerton, Norfolk, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 1924
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Edith Caroline Bidewell (      -      )



7 F Sophia Massingham

           Born: 14 May 1897 - Aylmerton, Norfolk, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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George Leak Massingham and Mary Ellen McWilliams




Husband George Leak Massingham

           Born: Abt 1850 - Norwich, Norfolk, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 25 Mar 1930 - Preston, Victoria, Astl. 154
         Buried: 


         Father: Leak Massingham (1799-1852)
         Mother: Eliza Catherine Gillan (Abt 1813-Abt 1876)


       Marriage: 16 May 1883 - Sandhurst, Victoria, Australia 154

Events

Occupation: Photographer.

Alt. Birth: 13 May 1850, St Saviour, Norwich, Norfolk, England. 154




Wife Mary Ellen McWilliams

           Born: 
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         Father: Robert McWilliams (      -      )
         Mother: Margaret McLennan (      -      )




Children
1 F Eliza Catherine Massingham

           Born: Abt 1882
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Charles Leonard Pearson (      -Bef 1990)
           Marr: 1914



2 M William George Massingham

           Born: Abt 1885
     Christened: 
           Died: Jun 1908
         Buried: 



3 F Jessie Massingham

           Born: Abt 1886 - Geelong, Victoria, Australia
     Christened: 
           Died: 1944 - Ararat, Victoria, Australia
         Buried: 



4 M Alec Massingham

           Born: Abt 1890
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



5 M Robert Leak Massingham

           Born: Abt 1890
     Christened: 
           Died: 1944 - Ararat, Victoria, Australia
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Edith May Meadows (living)



6 F Nelly Sophia Massingham

           Born: Abt 1894
     Christened: 
           Died: 1968 - South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
         Buried: 



7 F Margaret Massingham

           Born: Abt 1896
     Christened: 
           Died: 1978 - Caulfield, Victoria, Australia
         Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - George Leak Massingham

Emigrated to Australia in the "Netherby" in 1866.
The "Netherby" was a clipper, 944 tons, of the Black Ball line. O. Davies (?) London to Brisbane with 452 passengers and 50 crew.

George Leak Massingham was shipwrecked on King Island (S. of Melbourne) in the "Netherby" on 14 July 1866 on his way to Australia. All were saved, and passengers continued their journey, firstly on the steamer "Victoria" to Williamstown, then by train to Melbourne and then on the steamer SS "City of Melbourne" to Brisbane, arriving 6 August 1866

Letter from GLM..

Dear Mother,

I hope the news of the loss of the "Netherby" has not reached you, or if it has, that it has not made you uneasy as I do not think I was ever safer or more comfortable than I am now. We had a very pleasant voyage out. We had light winds and calm all the Cape, making it very slow and tedious; after that hardly anything but gales and bad weather. One week we had the hatches battened down for five days so we had no daylight and no fresh air, and if we went on deck to breathe, the chances were that a sea would come over and knock us down and we would go below again wet through and as it was bitterly cold weather, that was not very comfortable.

On the 14th July we had been looking out for land for two days, and it was so dull that the captain could not take an observation and did not know exactly where we were: some said they could see land and I daresay had it been a clear day we should have all seen it, at night we all felt it. It was about half past seven when she struck: then to see them rush on deck groaning and praying, some who had never prayed before.

They let a boat down but could not get ashore as the breakers were too heavy, when we looked over the side we could see land nearly all round, some places did not look more than two hundred yards off. The captain told us that we could not go ashore till morning. After they had burnt blue lights, and fired the minute gun till they were tired. At every wave that came, the vessel would groan, and creak, and roll as if she would go over altogether, and at every roll she gave, you could here the passengers from one end of the deck to the other, groaning and shrieking, till she settled herself, except that now and then she would give a thump against the rocks: then they sent some men down to get out some stores, and as soon as they got the hatches off, they saw that she was full of water, so they put us to the pumps, but it was no good. Neither was it necessary; as being hard and fast on the rocks she could not sink any further. So I went down below and put my land order and watch in one pocket and my bible and yours and Nancy's and one or two more likenesses in another. When I went on deck again it was a little brighter, it had left off raining and the moon was up, a moon only two months old, and by that sickly light we could see the land quite clearly, and very wild it looked; by this time most of the crew were drunk for instead of getting up provisions they bought up rum, whisky and tobacco. As one man bought up a case, he said "here's some more whisky". Captain Owens said "Yes, and I'm afraid whisky will be the loss of us this night". As it was now about two o'clock, I thought I would go and see if I could get a little sleep, so I went and laid down on one of the sailors bunks and slept till about five, when as it began to get a little lighter I got up.

You may be sure I had not undressed that night, it was Sunday morning, but I did not lie in bed waiting to hear the eight o'clock bell go, or get up so as to be ready when Walter called for me to go to church with him. At about six o'clock. the first mate went ashore with a rope and a small anchor. which he fixed on the rocks and as one end was made fast on board, they hauled the boat backwards and forwards by it. They first took a dozen single men ashore to help in the landing of the women and children, then the women went and after that we went as quick as you like. They told us to make bundles of our most valuable things we had and they would be sent ashore after us, and as I thought that very reasonable, I went below and made a bundle of all I had, watch, bible and everything except the "land order" and that's all I saved. I got ashore about eight o'clock and I was wet through (we could not get ashore without getting wet up to our eyes).

I went for a walk along the shore to dry myself, such a shore I never saw before, nothing but rocks with pieces of timber strewn in every direction, from wrecks that had been there for years. As I walked along I saw plenty of wild ducks and other birds that I never saw before, also traces of animals that I never saw before which I afterwards found out to be kangaroos, also some very large bones that I could not understand at all, some were so large that I could not lift them, but I was told afterwards that they were whale bones that had been washed ashore. I saw some very large black birds that were so tame you could get within a yard of them, but they were not tame enough to let me take one back for dinner. I got back about two o'clock and found that all the passengers were ashore and lighted fires, and some were drying themselves while others were building huts of branches of firs and shrubs which were plentiful enough, fourteen of us made a hut together and brought in some soft feathery shrub to lay on. At about six o'clock they served out a quarter of a panican of flour to each of us, which was hardly a quarter of a pound, that mixed with a little water and baked in the ashes was all we had for supper that night, after a twenty four hour fast. After supper we laid down to try and get to sleep, and considering that I had a very little the night before and the others had had none, you would have thought we might have slept well. but there was no such luck for as the hut being built badly the smoke of the fire blew all ways and we could not breathe without getting a mouth full of it; and as it was very cold and we had but one blanket between two of us you may imagine what a pleasant Sunday night it was.

As soon as it began to get light, we began to stir. My head ached fearfully from the smoking I had received it was very cold and I shook from the effects of the wetting I had received and was very hungry, so altogether I was not in what you may call good condition. While some of us stayed at home to build a good house, others went out to chop wood for the fire, some to cut branches for us to build with, and the rest went down to see what they could pick up on the rocks. The crew were already aboard cutting away the masts and very soon all three masts were overboard; this was done that they might not strain the vessel. At about nine they got two barrels of oatmeal ashore and served us out a quarter of a panican each with which we made porridge, and some that had gone to the rocks had brought back about a peck of winkles and limpets, but although the winkles were quite green and very rank we thought very nice. By night we had built a tidy shanty we had made it as thick as we could to keep the wind out, that night we slept much warmer than we did the night before.

On Tuesday they served us out a little pork, which with a bird, one of the party shot, we made a stew, which soon disappeared. The man who brought home the bird, had been out all the day, with two more, hoping to have shot a kangaroo, but with wandering all day up the hills, and down the valleys with nothing to eat, they were forced to return with nothing but a bird, which when plucked, looked more fit carrion than anything else.

Wednesday passed much the same as Tuesday, except that I went to fetch some water, which two miles off, and had a wash. the first I had had since Saturday the fourteenth. I tried to get aboard to see if I could save any of my things, but they would not let me go. At night the men who had gone shooting returned, all but one who was too faint and had sat down to rest, they had shot nothing that day, so we had nothing for supper but our allowance, which was a quarter of a panican of flour.

I forgot to mention that on Monday morning Mr Parry the second mate, and half a dozen of the strongest of the men, had started to go round the island in search of a lighthouse, which the captain said was only thirty miles off. You may be sure we were very anxious about the man, our shooting party had left behind in the bush, as hour after hour passed and he did not come back, we got quite frightened, but he returned towards morning, he said he had dropped asleep and when he awoke it was so dark he could not find the way, but when the moon got up, by getting on the top of a hill he could see the ship and so found the way back, but we found out afterwards that the day before, he had helped to get some luggage ashore, belonging to a saloon passenger and instead of dividing among us all a bottle of sherry. which he gave him, he kept it himself, and after occasional sips it was hardly to be wondered at that when he sat down to rest he dropped asleep.

Thursday, I managed to get aboard the vessel, by waiting till the boat had started, then I ran into the water and jumped in, when I got aboard I saw such a scene of destruction as I never saw before. Some of the planks of the deck were three and four inches apart but I made haste into the "tween decks" to get the bundle I had made up on Sunday morning, but it was gone. The scene in the "tween decks" was worse than on the main deck, the port lights were broken, and the water rushed in at every wave, so that the port side being lowest, was four feet in water, while boxes had been wrenched open, and the best things taken from them, and the rest thrown down, and were floating in the water, with pieces of the table, bunks and empty boxes. However as my things were stolen I set about lifting what ever I saw likely to be useful where we were, I happened to have my old cape and a pair of trousers in my bunk which being a top one on the starboard side was high and dry and as they were folded under the mattress, no one had seen them. I lived well that day, we had plenty of preserved meat, and biscuits, besides as much sherry and rum as we wanted, there was a large barrel of sherry open on the main deck: that night, I took ashore with me (beside a change of dry clothes) three gallons of flour and two of oatmeal, which I had put into water cans, about a stone of raisins and four bottles of rum. The dry clothes, I was very glad of when I got ashore; for when we left the boat, we had got to go through water up to our knees, it being high tide, and being so loaded, and none of our mess there to help me, I fell down full length in the water, more than once but I stuck to the things, and as I had taken the precaution to wrap the clothes up in a piece of tarpaulin, I kept them dry. When I got back, I found that the men who had gone out shooting, had brought in three kangaroos and a little animal I called a duck billed porcupine, so that with the things had brought, there was no fear of us taking any harm for a week at least. You may be sure, that night we had a good supper, in fact a better one than we had had since we left Plymouth, although I did not eat much, for I had been eating all day.

On Friday, the lifeboat was got fit for service, and Captain Owens and some of the sailors started to go to the lighthouse, for fear that anything might have happened to them that went by land. We watched the little craft sail out of sight, with hopes and fears, for if the first party did not reach the lighthouse, that boat contained our last hope, as there was no hopes of a vessel coming near us and they had not got provision enough ashore to last us all a week, and although they might kill a few Kangaroos, powder was very scarce and retreat before civilisation so very fast, that already they had to go miles to see one.

On Saturday about two o'clock, we were cheered up by the appearance of a man from the lighthouse, who stated that Mr Parry had arrived on Thursday, with a few of the men that had started with them, the rest, they had to send out horses to fetch, and that, being a fair wind at the time, they put him into a whale boat, at once, for him to make his way to the main land of Australia, and from thence to Melbourne, he also stated that Captain Owens had arrived on Friday afternoon; for having a fair wind, it only took them six hours, but the boat leaked so much, that it took two men bail out the water all the way. He had a letter which the Captain sent the Dr. stating that he might double the allowance, for if Mr Parry had reached Melbourne we might expect a steamer to fetch us every hour, and giving him instructions to give the man two pounds for his troubles, but he (Hickmot was his name) refused it, saying he had done no more than his duty, he said that Captain Owens wanted to have returned at once, but the boat was in too bad condition, so he had undertaken to walk to us to bring the news. He started at ten o'clock at night, promising to get to us by twelve the next day, but it farther than he thought, so he did not reach us till two, thus doing in sixteen hours, what Mr Parry had taken four days to do. He was a fine fellow, he told us that he had lived on the island for two years, before he went to the lighthouse, himself, his wife and his pal, had been wrecked there some years before. He said he intended to go back that night, and that if any of them liked they could go back with him, and promised a good dinner when they got there, and as many apples as they liked to eat for desert, but they would not let him go back that night, so he went from tent to tent, telling us yarns till late, when someone saw a light out at sea, what it was we could not think for some time, but at last we found it was the Captain returning. He said he had started in the morning, but having wind, the poor sailors had to row every inch of the way. I see it stated in the newspapers here, that he bought back three sacks of potatoes, if he did, the steerage and intermediate passengers did not see as much as the colour of their jackets.

On Sunday we were informed that the single men were to start with Mr Hickmot on Monday morning back to the lighthouse, as they had fears whether Mr Parry had reached Melbourne or not, and they had not provisions enough for us all for two days more. So they picked out one hundred and sixteen of us to go, I went, though they did not want me to, but all my mess were going and I did not care to stay behind: for I do not think I had spoken to a dozen of them during the voyage, besides my mess and the sailors. Sunday afternoon they gave out an allowance of flour, and oatmeal, to each of them that were going, at eight the next morning we started with Mr Hickmot for a guide, we walked about one hundred yards till we came to a corner, there we stopped and gave a cheer, such a three times three, as King's Island never heard before, three for the camp, three for the Captain, and three for our guide.

Then we started in earnest. Mr Hickmot said that if we done twenty miles that day, he would be satisfied, so we climbed along over the rocks in good spirits, when we had gone about five miles, some said they could see the steamer, but it was only a few who could see it, then at about twelve, we sat for a spell, after having climbed over rocks to any amount, and going through sea weed that sank in with us so much, that we had to run through it, for fear of sticking fast, we did not mind getting all over filth though it stank horrid, for we were sure to have to go through plenty of water soon after, which must wash it off. When we sat down to dinner we could see the steamer quite plain, but Mr Hickmot advised us not to go back, as he said quite reasonably that perhaps the steamer would not be big enough to hold us all and we could certainly find better beds at the lighthouse than those we had left, as for this child, I felt desire to go back, as I should see certainly see more by going to the lighthouse. After an hours rest we started again, at night we stopped by a little river, and there was no time to build a shanty, we had to light a fire and lie down by it, and the fewer that got around one fire the better, three lighted a fire and made our tea together and then lie down by it, somehow or another I managed to sleep very well, although when I woke in the morning, the cape I laid on was white with frost.

Mr Hickmot woke us all before it was light, he wanted us to start again by six o'clock, it was a very cold morning, the long grass was white frost, and as we walked along knocking our legs against it it was not warm by any means. We had gone far when someone asked Mr Hickmot how far we had to go, he said about fifteen, which with the twenty we done the day before made thirty five instead of thirty, but we found it more like forty five, we walked on till eleven, then we had to wait two hours for the tide to go down, which gave us a good rest, which we wanted for some of them were nearly done up. About half past one we started again, and the walking being a little better we done six miles more by three o'clock, when some were quite done for, our number looked very small, so they counted and found only forty instead of one hundred and sixteen, a few of them were in front, but the rest were behind, we had not rested long when we saw a man on horseback come galloping round a point, he was welcomed with a shout, it was Mr. Spong the superintendent of the lighthouse. He said that two of the men had walked all night and got to the lighthouse in the morning, and he had started with some biscuits for us as soon as he could find a horse, for they let them run wild. He said we had only four more miles to go, so on we went but after we got off the sand the hills were fearful, they were so deceiving, for you would get on top of a hill and see the light apparently not more than a quarter of a mile off and began to thank your stars, that you only to over that other high hill, and we should be there, but we kept on and on, but that other high hill was still in front of us, we found that four miles and a half, more like seven, and a half, but I got there about six, and was treated very kindly, being the youngest of them all, there was a good many of them in by twelve at night. They kept dropping in, one and two at a time, all the next day.

The steamer came for us on Wednesday but Mr Spong signalled back that we were not strong enough to go, so they went away but came again on Thursday but got the same answer, they answered back that they could not wait any longer, and fixed a place fourteen miles away where we were to be by sunrise, the next morning, and they would be ready to take us off, so we had to turn out by two o'clock in the morning and go back fourteen miles, which we did, and found two steamers the "Victoria" and "Pharos", I went in the "Victoria" which reached Williamstown on Friday night, about nine the next morning we landed, and found a train all ready to take us to Melbourne, where we found all the others had been there since Tuesday.

The people very kind and gave us all we wanted. We started again on Tuesday morning, in the "City of Melbourne", a fine steamer, we stopped at Sydney where I saw Tom Tom, going from Sydney to Brisbane, they tried to run us ashore again but did not succeed though we had a narrow escape, we arrived in Moreton Bay on Sunday afternoon. On Monday morning early, a small steamboat came to take us up the river, we arrived at Brisbane about noon, where I soon found a good brother and now them little troubles are all over for a little time at least.

"Oh! hard times come again no more!"

I forgot to mention that a little girl was born on the Island. There was only two children died on board ship (which considering there was nearly five hundred of us was very good) and two born, so that with the one born on the island, after all our misfortunes we reached Australia at last with one more than we started with.

Yours affectionately,

George Massingham

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George P. Massingham and Rachel




Husband George P. Massingham

           Born: Abt 1839 - Lynn, Norfolk, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 

Events

Job at 1881 census: Goldsmith/Jeweller, 1881.




Wife Rachel

           Born: Abt 1837 - Spalding, Lincolnshire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


Children
1 M George N. Massingham

           Born: Abt 1862 - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 F Mary N. Massingham

           Born: Abt 1864 - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 M Henry P. Massingham

           Born: Abt 1872 - Boston, Lincolnshire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - George P. Massingham

1881 Census:
Dwelling: 50 St Barnabas Rd
Census Place: Ecclesall Bierlow, York
Source: FHL Film 1342120, PRO ref. RG11, piece 4637, folio 71, page 32
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George Phillippo Massingham and Rose Emma Winn




Husband George Phillippo Massingham

            AKA: George H Massingham,82 George P. Massingham,83 George H Massingham 82
           Born: 1858 - Langham, Norfolk, England 82
     Christened: 15 Aug 1858 - Langham, Norfolk, England
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: George Phillippo Massingham (1832-1900)
         Mother: Elizabeth Comer (1837-      )


       Marriage: 25 Dec 1900 - Field Dalling, Norfolk, England

   Other Spouse: Sarah Ann Bix (1859-1893) - 16 Dec 1885 - Binham, Norfolk, England

Events

Alt. Birth: 1858. 83

Residence: 1861. 82

Residence: 1881. 83




Wife Rose Emma Winn

           Born: Abt 1879
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


Children
1 F Charlotte Elizabeth Massingham

           Born: 14 Jun 1901 - Field Dalling, Norfolk, England
     Christened: 17 Jun 1901 - Field Dalling, Norfolk, England
           Died: 
         Buried: 21 Jun 1901 - Field Dalling, Norfolk, England



2 F Emma Rosina Massingham

           Born: 29 Aug 1902 - Field Dalling, Norfolk, England
     Christened: 12 Nov 1902 - Field Dalling, Norfolk, England
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 F Hilda Elizabeth Massingham

           Born: 18 Jan 1904 - Field Dalling, Norfolk, England
     Christened: 17 Apr 1904 - Field Dalling, Norfolk, England
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 F Violet Daisy Massingham

           Born: 4 Feb 1906 - Field Dalling, Norfolk, England
     Christened: 14 Oct 1906 - Field Dalling, Norfolk, England
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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