THE 1788 - 1820 PIONEER ASSOCIATION INC.

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

Robert Lack

Born: c1775 in England.
Arrived: 13th December 1801.
Vessel: Canada.
Status: Convict,7 years.
Occupation: Baker.
Married: Elizabeth Frazier/Frazer, née Eggleton 20th March 1826 at St. Peter’s, Campbelltown, N.S.W.
Died: 12th April 1832 at Campbelltown, N.S.W.
Buried: 16th April 1832 at St. Peter’s Cemetery, Campbelltown, N.S.W.

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After the Macquarie Era the following children were born to Robert and Elizabeth.
Robert born 4th March 1824 at Campbelltown N.S.W.
Eliza born c1826.
Sarah Sophia born 3rd August 1828 at Campbelltown N.S.W.
Elizabeth Mary born 11th May 1831 at Campebelltown N.S.W.

Robert was convicted at the Sussex Assizes in August 1797 and was transported to New South Wales in 1801. His sentenced was completed by 1804 and he is recorded in the 1806 General Muster as Free by Servitude and was self-employed as a
Shoemaker.
Robert opened the first Bakery in Campbelltown, NSW, and as well as suppling the local trade he also supplied bread to the Government Stores. Robert married 20th March 1826 at St Peter’s Church Campbelltown, NSW, Elizabeth Eggleton
1796-1849. Elizabeth had previously been married to John Frazier.

Reference:
 
A Register of Pioneer Families, Series II Volume.1, Pages 256 to 258., published by The 1788 - 1820 Pioneer Association.
Musters of NSW & Norfolk Island 1805-6. Edited by Carol Baxter.

Campbelltown Pioneer Register 1800-1900 (Campbelltown & District Family History Society)
ABGR with the Society of Atstralian Genealogists
 

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