SNAREY, William Snarey
- Born: Cir 1810, Baston, Lincolnshire
- Marriage: WIFE OF WM SNAREY, Mary
The 1841 UK census shows Mary Ann with her parents at Deeping Fen, Lincolnshire.
William Snary 35 - Head "Ag Lab" born Lincolnshire
Ann Snary 25 - Wife born Lincolnshire
Mary Snary 5 - Dau born Lincolnshire
Source Citation: Class: HO107; Piece 606; Book: 14; Civil Parish: Degning Fen; County: Lincolnshire; Enumeration District: 13; Folio: 11; Page: 16; Line: 7; GSU roll: 438752.
The 1851 UK census shows Mary Ann with her parents at Wap of Elloe, Deeping Fen, Lincolnshire.
Wm Snary 41- Head Mar "Ag Lab" born Baston, Lincolnshire
Ann Snary 36 - Wife Mar born Spalding, Lincolnshire
Mary Ann Snary 15 - Dau "Dressmakers app" born
Eligha Dalton 21- Lodger "Ag Lab" born Moulton Chap, Lincolnshire
Henry Dalton 27 - Lodger "Ag Lab" born Moulton Chap, Lincolnshire
Source Citation: Class: HO107; Piece: 2095; Folio: 776; Page: 19; GSU roll: 87723-87724.
There is no sign of Mary Ann's parents after the 1851 census - I wonder did they come to Australia with their daughter and son in law in1856?
Passenger list Lord Raglan
"The barque "Lord Raglan" departed Plymouth 13th November 1856 on her way to Adelaide, South Australia, having on board fellow emigrants who have embarked under authority from the Colonial Land & Emigration Commissioners or their agents"
Snearey William 47
" Ann 42
" John 3
The Lord Raglan arrived at Port Adelaide on 7th February 1856.
The Snarey's made the voyage with their daughter Mary Ann and son in law George Walker and George's brother John and his wife Elizabeth (nee Cole) and their children Susannah & George.
George Snr originally emigrated to South Australia in 1851 with his brothers William & Thomas.
Registrations of Death - Index of Registrations 1842-1915
"SNAREY William (M) 53Y of Bugle Ranges d 3 Feb 1862 at Bugle Ranges rel (not recorded) dist Mt B b14 p19."
William married Mary WIFE OF WM SNAREY, daughter of Unknown and Unknown. (Mary WIFE OF WM SNAREY was born circa 1812 in Spalding, Lincolnshire, England.)