Arthur EATLEY, aged 22, gold miner, was reported injured in a mining accident 15 July 1886 at Eaglehawk [Bendigo], Sandhurst District of Ballaret, Victoria, Australia
Reference: Annual Report of Chief Secretary of Mines( http://www.ballaratgenealogy.org.au/miners/e.htm )
Christina EATLEY was a resident of Victoria, Australia.
Christina married Alexander
MacKINLAY in Victoria in 1872.
Edward EATLEY was a resident of Vernon Street, Woolahra, New South Wales, Australia in 1875.
Directory off Sydney & New South Wales 1858 - 1933
Henry EATLEY was born circa 1776 in Warwick, Warwickshire, England.
On 8th March 1806, a groom and house servant, he appeared at York Assizes arraigned for horse stealing. He was convicted and sentenced to transportation for 14 years.
Henry and another 190 convicts embarked aboard the ship Duke of Portland in January, 1807.
He disembarked at New South Wales on 27th July, 1807. *
It appears that at the end of his sentence he remained in New South Wales as a bonded labourer, as he appears as such in the records of North Parramata Gaol, New South Wales where he spent 24 hours in a cell on 29th April 1841 before moving on the next day. He is described as Catholic, 5 foot 6 inches in height, fair complexion with blue eyes. **
Henry Eatly died in 1853 in New South Wales, Australia aged 70 years.
*National Archives HO 11/1/389 1807 January Pages 389-397: Transportation register of convicts bound for New South Wales on the convict ship Duke of Portland.
**State Archives NSW; Roll: 181
Death Reference: V1853 1547 39B/1853. www.bdm.nsw.gov.au
Joan Lily EATLY was a resident of Victoria, Australia.
Joan Lily married Michael Joseph McCormick in 1893 in Victoria.
Reference: Victoria Marriages Registration No. 5921
Updated 7th October 2010
John EATLEY was a resident of Clune Township, Talbot County, Victoria, Australia.
His involvement in a court case is reported in local newspaper 21 May 1861.
Creswick & Clunes Advertiser edition of
21 May 1861 page 2
EATLEY, gold miner, was a
resident of Clune Township, Talbot, Creswick, Victoria, Australia.
His involvement in a court case is reported in local newspaper 21 May 1861
Reference : Voters
Register for Talbot 1856
Reference: Creswick & Clunes Advertiser edition of 21 May 1861 page 2