Good morning everyone. I see you have all been busy while I have been sleeping and trying to shake this flu.
Sorry Tony, I thought they were baptised twice.
Not sure without a death certificate but I'm sure Thomas WALLIS died 1882 in Eaglehawk, Victoria, aged 72 years. His parents were not recorded.
Ann WALLIS died 1888 in Daylesford, Victoria, aged 75 years. Her parents are recorded as James TREMBATH and Cardelia JAMES. I have looked for Ann's baptism (OPC) but did not find it. Safe to say her parents were James TREMBATH and Cordelia JAMES married 1808 in Madron.
Ann WALLIS arrived in Victoria on the White Star in October 1866 with three of her children.
Ann WALLIS - aged 53 years. John WALLIS - aged 24 years. Catherine WALLIS - aged 15 years. (now accounted for Londoner). Robert WALLIS - aged 13 years.
I'm still looking for the arrival date of Thomas. I expect he came out ahead of the family to find a suitable place to live, and possible brought a few more of his children with him. Further research will tell.
Hope these few details will help anyone else researching the family.
Hello everyone, I just signed up today so that I could try to verify research I had done and Ancestry.com.au. Little was ever mentioned regarding my Father's family , all we knew was they lived in Walhalla Victoria, Aust. moved to Moe at some stage. So how wonderful that the 1st name I enter here is a match . All Ii had so far was Thomas Wallis 1808 -1859 married Ann Trembath 1810 -1888