Joseph Clark, 18221888 (aged 66 years)

Name
Joseph /Clark/
Given names
Joseph
Surname
Clark
Birth 1822
Religious marriageMargaret RossView this family
January 31, 1853 (aged 31 years)
Note: Vic BDM 157 - At the Free Presbyterian Church, Geelong, Victoria.
Life History
History - verbal account

Note: There was a Joseph Clark that sailed on the 'Paimi…

There was a Joseph Clark that sailed on the 'Paimira' from Plymouth, England on the 14/4/1848 and arrived in Port Phillip on the 19/7/1848. Joseph was an unmarried male aged 20 years from Farrington Buckingshire. Religion Episcopalian. Joseph could read and write with a calling of 'Gardner'. On arrival Joseph Clark went to work for R.M. Sutton of Melbourne. The time of this arrival coincides with the marriage of our forebears in 1853 at Geelong, Vic. Joseph was born in Montrose, Scotland and it is conjecture that he had move to Farrington Bucking shire before immigrating to Australia. (no records to support this are available)

Birth of a sonJohn Clark
1854 (aged 32 years)
Address: The area was known as Kildare until 1875.
Birth of a sonJoseph Clark
1857 (aged 35 years)

Birth of a daughterMary Anne Clark
1859 (aged 37 years)

Birth of a daughterMargaret Clark
1859 (aged 37 years)

Death of a daughterMargaret Clark
1860 (aged 38 years)

Birth of a daughterElizabeth Ann Clark
1861 (aged 39 years)

Death of a daughterElizabeth Ann Clark
1863 (aged 41 years)

Birth of a sonGeorge Clark
1866 (aged 44 years)

Birth of a sonWilliam Clark
1873 (aged 51 years)

Death of a sonWilliam Clark
1875 (aged 53 years)

Marriage of a childJohn ClarkMary Ann CliftonView this family
1881 (aged 59 years)

Note: VIC BDM 456
Marriage of a childJohn ClarkMary Ann CliftonView this family
March 8, 1881 (aged 59 years)
Address: Wesleyan Church, Seymour, Victoria During their marriage they lived in: Reedy Creek, Vic; Avenel, Vic; Broadford, Vic; Albury, NSW
Note: VIC BDM 456
Death September 18, 1888 (aged 66 years)
Cause of death: Uracuni Fever (2 week illness)
Note: Vic BDM 11223 - Joseph was employed by the Victorian Government Railways from 1862 as Line repairman, Flagman and gatekeeper.
Burial September 19, 1888 (1 day after death)
Note: The https://salecemetery.com.au/burials/ site note…

The https://salecemetery.com.au/burials/ site notes the following:

Surname First Name Burial Date Age Minister Plan Section Allotment CLARK JOSEPH 20-09-1888 66 YEARS REV ADAMSON 7 G 10

Family with Margaret Ross
himself
18221888
Birth: 1822Montrose, Angus, Scotland
Death: September 18, 1888Sale, Victoria, Australia
wife
18251894
Birth: July 17, 1825Fort George, Inverness-shire, Scotland
Death: May 17, 1894Broadford, Victoria, Australia
Marriage
Marriage: January 31, 1853Geelong, Victoria, Australia
23 months
son
18541927
Birth: 1854 32 28Geelong, Victoria, Australia
Death: April 29, 1927Albury, New South Wales, Australia
6 years
daughter
-12 months
son
3 years
daughter
3 years
daughter
6 years
son
8 years
son
Marriage

Vic BDM 157 - At the Free Presbyterian Church, Geelong, Victoria.

Life History

There was a Joseph Clark that sailed on the 'Paimira' from Plymouth, England on the 14/4/1848 and arrived in Port Phillip on the 19/7/1848. Joseph was an unmarried male aged 20 years from Farrington Buckingshire. Religion Episcopalian. Joseph could read and write with a calling of 'Gardner'. On arrival Joseph Clark went to work for R.M. Sutton of Melbourne. The time of this arrival coincides with the marriage of our forebears in 1853 at Geelong, Vic. Joseph was born in Montrose, Scotland and it is conjecture that he had move to Farrington Bucking shire before immigrating to Australia. (no records to support this are available)

Death

Vic BDM 11223 - Joseph was employed by the Victorian Government Railways from 1862 as Line repairman, Flagman and gatekeeper.

Burial

The https://salecemetery.com.au/burials/ site notes the following:

Surname First Name Burial Date Age Minister Plan Section Allotment CLARK JOSEPH 20-09-1888 66 YEARS REV ADAMSON 7 G 10