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red mail Mrs Elizabeth Jasper
I am trying to find some details on Mrs Elizabeth Jasper of South Petherwin, Cornwall who was an assisted emigrant on the ship "Northumberland" which sailed from London on September 21 1863 and subsequently from Plymouth on September 26th 1863 and arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia on January 9th 1864. She was listed on the passenger list under the Single Women section as Mrs Elizabeth Jasper so I am assuming she was most likely a widow. She was accompanied by 2 daughters Elizabeth aged 2 and Emma aged 6. There is a listing for a family named Jasper on the 1861 Census which includes John Jasper aged 33, agricultural labourer; his wife, Elizabeth Jasper aged 29; a son, William aged 9; a daughter, Emma aged 4; a daughter Elizabeth aged 2; and a son Albert aged 1. This appears to be the same family group but only the female members of the family appear to have emigrated. Can anyone shed any light on what happened to the male members of the family as I can find no record of these emigrating? Does anyone have access to any records to determine what this Elizabeth Jasper's maiden name may have been or anything that indicate who her parents were? There is a record of an Elizabeth Jasper marrying a John Lloyd in South Australia in 1864 but I am unsure if this is the same person.
red mail Bant family
I am looking for information on Christopher Bant, b abt 1820, and his wife Martha Pauley Brown, b abt 1820, both from South Petherwin and their forebears.

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