I am in Adelaide and I do research for people all over the world who want information about family/ancetors who came to south Australia in the 1800's.
I saw your request re Robert mcFadzean on the S.A.Gen Forum and I did some research for this request when I was in the South Australian State Library yesterday. The State Library is where I do all my research
The following is the information I managed to find when I was in ther Library.
ARRIVAL FROM OVERSEAS.
Robert McFadzean, occupation Labourer of Wigstownshire, Scoland, single, aged 24 years arrived in South Australia aboard the "Tanivity" which sailed from Liverpool, and arrived in South Australia 6th April 1857.
Robert McFadzean aged 30 yeas, marital status not recorded son of John McFadzean married 25th Decemer 1862 to Eliza aged 22 years, single, daughter of John Wright at St. Andrew Church, Adelaide, District Adelaidereference book 51 page 343.
CHILDREN BORN TO ROBERT McFADYEAN & ELIZA WRIGHT.
1. John born 4th May 1864 in Fullarton District Adelaide reference book 31 page 255
2. Robert born 13th June 1866 in Glen Osmond Disrict Adelaide reference book 33 page 572
John McFadzean aged 36 years,single, son of Robert McFadzean married 29th March 1899 to Elizabeth Seal, aged 39 years, widow, daughter of William Sturn at Residence of Reverend J.J. Dawin in North Adelaide District Adelaide reference book 198 page 1139.
No children recorded to John McFadzean & Elizabeth Seal/Sturn.
John McFadzean married Ellen Smith.
CHILDREN BORN TO JOHN McGADZEAN & ELLEN SMITH
1. Donald born 21st September 1864 in Mount Gambier, District Gre. reference book 32 page 482 symbol 'A' denoting (1) The Registrar has included additional information on this birth record and/or (2)) The Registrar has made an amendment to information on this birth record.
2. Alathea born 9th February 1863 in Mount Gambier, District Gre. reference book 28 page 248
3. John Edward born 27th August 1861 in Mount Gambier, District Gre. reference book 23 page 317.
I hope the above is of some interest to you.
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