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View Tree for Owen MartinOwen Martin (b. 1772, d. Aug 1821)

Owen Martin338 was born 1772 in Ireland338, and died Aug 1821 in Parramatta, NSW, Australia339. He married (1) Sarah Walden. He married (2) Catherine Osborne.

 Includes NotesNotes for Owen Martin:
Owen Martin was convicted at Fermanagh Ireland in 1790 aged 18. He was sentenced to 7 years in the colony.

He arrived in Sydney in 27 September, 1791 on the convict ship “Queen” as part of the 3rd Fleet.

Sarah Walden aka Wharton/Warfort/Warfont/Oatley was transported to Australia as a convict on the "Kitty" in 1792. She was assigned to Owen Martin as a convict servant and was listed as appointed to him in “Governor Hunter Women Convict Assignment Report 1798” a return of convict women in the services of Officers or other households.

Owen and Sarah did not marry. In 1795 a daughter Sarah was born, on 3 March 1796 Rose (Rosetta) Martin was born in Parramatta. A son Owen jnr was born in about 1800 died 1846, another son Thomas was born (date unknown).

Owen later had two children with Catherine Osborne a convict from the ship "Glatton", the children being Mary born 1806 and Patrick born 1808.

On 1/10/1796 Owen was granted 30 acres of land at Toongabbie.(from Toongabbie (Part 2) by John McClymont)

On 1/2/1811 Owen was granted a Certificate of Emancipation (State Records of NSW)
Religion – Roman Catholic
Colonial Secretary Index 1788-1825(State Records of NSW)
01/05/1797 – On list of grants and leases of land in the Colonial Secretary’s Office.
10/04/1802 – Particulars of arms in possession of.
11,13/06/1814 – On list of settlers to receive Government cattle on credit.
09/07/1814 – on return of horned cattle issued from the Government herds between 8/5/1814 and 9/1/1819
1816 – Recommended C Wiltshire as teacher Toongabbie
30/04/1819 – On return of persons indebted to Government for cattle issued from the Government Herds, to be paid for in kind.
1810 - cloth for wool delivery (News 1810 Index No.1)

Owen died in August, 1821 and was buried at St John's Church Parramatta.



More About Owen Martin:
Burial: 1821, St Johns, Parramatta, NSW, Australia.
Immigration: 27 Sep 1791, came to Sydney as a convict on the ship 'Queen'.340
Religion: Roman Catholic.341

Children of Owen Martin and Sarah Walden are:
  1. Thomas Martin, d. date unknown.
  2. Sarah Martin, b. 1795, NSW, Australia, d. date unknown.
  3. +Rosetta Martin, b. 03 Mar 1796, Parramatta, NSW, Australia342, 342, d. 12 Jan 1879, Little Hartley, NSW, Australia342, 342.
  4. Owen Martin, b. 1801, NSW, Australia, d. 1847, NSW, Australia.

Children of Owen Martin and Catherine Osborne are:
  1. +Mary Martin, b. 1806, NSW, Australia, d. 25 Dec 1839, Campbelltown, NSW, Australia.
  2. Patrick Martin, b. 1808, NSW, Australia, d. date unknown.
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