[This item has been processed from a copy
obtained from the New South Wales Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages.
Notes: (1) Bando is near Mullaley which is near Gunnedah, NSW, Australia.
(2) It appears that Margaret Gannon had remarried after an earlier
marriage to a Mr. King.
The following information was kindly provided by Patricia Brooks:
"My great grandmother Anna Maria King married William Blade at Bando,
Liverpool Plains in 1862. He was the step son of the Bishop of Sydney
(Bishop Tyrell), and he died only two weeks after their marriage
when he was kicked by his horse.
I have this information written down by my great grandmother.
Anna Maria King's parents were Philip King and Margaret Becket,
married in Wellington, New Zealand in 1842.
Her mother was English, and the sister of the wife of the Captain
of the ship she crossed on. Her father was Australian,
descended from Philip Gidley King, the third governor of New South Wales."
This web version is dated 20 March 2003,
revised 31 May 2004.
|NEW SOUTH WALES
|REGISTRATION NUMBER 1862/003052
||Date and place of marriage
||Names and surnames of parties
||20 October 1862,
The consent of Margaret
Gannon Mother of Anna
Maria King was given
to the Marriage of William
Blade with Anna Maria
the said Anna Maria King
being under the age
of twenty one years
Anna Maria King
Married in the
rites of the Church of England
||Usual place of residence
mother's name and
was solemnized between us
Anna Maria King
|In the presence of us
Ellen X Murphy
By (or before) me
John James Nash
Officiating Minister or Registrar