THE 1788 – 1820 PIONEER ASSOCIATION INC.

THE PEOPLE IN THE LIFE AND TIMES OF LACHLAN AND ELIZABETH MACQUARIE

John Everett


Born: c.1764
Arrived Sydney: 18 Jan 1800
Vessel: Minerva
Status:
Married: Judith Wildgrass, 1810, Sydney
Occupation: Ashburner
Died:
Buried:
Father:
Mother:

Profile:
Before the Macquarie era John Everett was tried at Hertford on 2 March 1786 & received a sentence of 7 years***

During the Macquarie era, John married Judith Wildgrass at St Phillip’s CE, Sydney – V1810 1000 3A & V1810 106 5

On 16 November 1816 John Everett, per ‘Minerva’ 1800, of Hawkesbury was on a list of persons who came as convicts and who claimed they were free at the last General Muster without supporting evidence###

After the Macquarie era - not found in the 1822 Muster

1823,24,25 Muster: John Everett, FS, Minorca 1801, 7, Landholder, Liverpool

1828 Census: John Everett, 64, FS, Protestant, Minorca 1796, Ashburner, living at Botany with Judith & Ann Wildgrass

Researched & submitted by Association member F O’Donnell

References:
NSW Pioneer Birth, Death & Marriage Indexes
General Muster and Land and Stock Muster of NSW. 1822 – ABGR - 1988
General Muster List of New South Wales – 1823, 1824, 1825 – ABGR - 1999
Census of New South Wales 1828 – Sainty & Johnson, eds – 2008(cd)
###Index to the Papers of the Colonial Secretary 1788- 1825 – Archives Authority of NSW 1989
***Principal Supt of Convicts – Bound Indents( Fiche) - Archives Office of NSW