Perring Family History

Philip Perring (i)(a)

 

Philip PERRING (i)(a)

The Clarence River Branch Of The Perring Family In Australia

The first Perring family sailed from Devonshire, England and landed at Port Stevens in 1842. John Perring (i)(a), a son of their family, married Mary Donohue from Ireland  in 1853 in the Roman Catholic church in East Maitland, NSW, Australia, the daughter of Philip Donohue and Ann (unknown). Mary Donohue died 1920 in Grafton, NSW, Australia.

John Perring (i)(a) and  Mary Donohue had the following children.

George Perring (i)(a). b. 1854. d. 1934 in Grafton,  NSW, Australia.

Philip Perring (i)(a). b. 1856 in Port Stephens, NSW, Australia. d. 1862 in Tamworth, NSW, Australia. Occupation: Child.

John Perring (ii)(a). b. 1858 in Port Stephens, NSW, Australia. d. 1862 in Tamworth, NSW, Australia. Occupation: Child.

Richard Saunders Perring (i)(a). b. 1862 in Tamworth, NSW, Australia. d. 1942 in Grafton, NSW, Australia.

Sarah Catherine Perring (i)(a). b. 1864 in Tamworth, NSW, Australia. d. 17 September 1948 in South Grafton, NSW, Australia. Buried in South Grafton Cemetery, NSW, Australia. 

She married Andrew George Giles St Clair Ellem, 26 October 1886 in Seelands, NSW, Australia. d. 3 May 1936 in South Grafton, NSW, Australia. Buried in South Grafton Cemetery, NSW, Australia. 

Anne Perring (i)(a). b. 1867 in Tamworth, NSW, Australia. 

She married Edward Chapman, 25 March 1889 in Grafton, NSW, Australia.

James Edward Perring (i)(a). b. 1879 in Grafton, NSW, Australia.

He married Gladys Vera Bender, 1944 in Grafton, NSW, Australia.

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