THE 1788 – 1820 PIONEER ASSOCIATION INC.

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

Richard Wall

Born: c.1786
Arrived Sydney: 11 Mar 1803
Vessel: Glatton
Status: CF
Married: ?Jane Hibbard, 1826, Parramatta
Occupation: Tanner###
Died: ?1868, Parramatta
Buried:
Father:
Mother:

Profile:
Before the Macquarie era Richard, a tanner, came free on the Glatton in 1803###

During the Macquarie era, in June 1814 Richard was on a list of settlers to receive Government cattle on credit. On 1 January 1816 & 29 October 1819 he was a juror at 2 inquests held at Parramatta. In February 1819 he was paid from the Police Fund for hair for Government use at Parramatta & for leather supplied to the Factory at Parramatta. On 30 April he was on a return of persons indebted to the Government for cattle issued from the Government herds; to be paid for in kind. On 21 July 1820 Richard was a juror at an inquest held at Field of Mars. In August 1820 he countersigned a printed copy of a Proclamation on the accession of King George IV. In January 1822 (& January 1823) he was listed on a Colonial Fund statement.###

After the Macquarie era on 18 July 1822 Richard was a signatory to a memorial from the inhabitants & stockholders of Parramatta re common land on the Sydney road known as Dog Traps. On 5 April 1823 he was on a return of allotments in the town of Parramatta. In March 1825 he sold 2 pack saddles to Alan Cunningham. In October & November 1825 he was on lists of jurors liable to serve in Parramatta or Liverpool###

1822 Muster: Wall, Richard, CF, Glatton, Tanner, Parramatta

1823,24,25 Muster: Wall, Richard, CF, Glatton 1803, Landholder, Parramatta

1828 Census: Richard Wall, 42, CF, Protestant, Glatton 1803, Settler, Living with Jane at Prospect
?Richard Wall died 1868 at Parramatta, age 87 years – 1868 5815

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