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soem of the most ectensive resources for geneological history in the new england region. Louisa, Ann Susannah, John Thomas, and Elizabeth Emily Lloyd) were baptised at All Souls, St. Marylebone, London on Feb 3, 1853, presumably just before they all boarded ship bound for Australia. There was another baby, Albert Edward, b. London Feb 1853, but apparently not baptised, so may have been born after Feb 3. Albert Edward and his mother died of dysentery shortly after the family arrived in Melbourne.
William Alfred married 16 year old Helen Clara Pringle in Parkes Dec.12, 1874. He went on from being a butcher to buying cattle and becoming an important landowner in the district. William and Helen had 8 children: Annie Georgina, Nellie Frances, Walter Harold, Bertie Macadam, Willie R.P., Barbara Florence, Jessie Gladys, and Alan Hill, who was my father.
William Alfred served two terms as Mayor of Parkes in the 1890s. He went bankrupt in the financial crash of the 1890s as he had borrowed heavily to build up his properties.
He died in Mosman, Sydney Dec.20, 1924. Helen Clara died at Lane Cove, Sydney on Aug. 4, 1951.
William Alfred certainly founded a 'Lowing Mob' in Australia.
William and Hannah Lowing brought six children to Australia in 1853. The eldest, Mary Louise, was nine years old. Shortly after their arrival, Hannah, and then the ten month old baby Albert, died of dysentery. The baby died on Christmas Eve. William did not re-marry and apparently raised his children alone, possibly on farms in northern Victoria.
He eventually went to Parkes, New South Wales, probably following his eldest son, William Alfred. William Reeves died in Parkes and was buried at a small country cemetary at Goobung.
William Alfred began work as a butcher. He began to buy cattle for himself and eventually became a wealthy landowner. He served two terms as Mayor of Parkes in the 1890s. He had unfortunately borrowed large amounts of money from the banks to finance his properties and lost much of his wealth in the financial 'crash' of the 1890s.
William Alfred and his wife, Helen, had eight children. The youngest, Alan, was Marion's father.
Born: c 1748/49
Died: c 1816?
Edmonton, Middlesex, Eng.
Marr.: 9 May, 1813, Holy
Trinity, Gosport, Ports.
Died: March 1817 or 1818.
? , Elizabeth
|LOWING, William Alfred
Born: 14 April, 1847
11 Brand St. Marylebone
Marr.10 Dec. 1874
Parkes, N.S.W. Aus.
(Helen Clara Pringle)
Died: 20 Dec. 1924, Mosman, N.S.W. Aus.
|LOWING, William Reeves
Born: June/July 1816
Marr. 10 Oct., 1841,
St. Geo. Hanover Square, Lond. (Hannah Bradbrook)
Died: 11 June, 1879
Parkes, N.S.W. Aus.
|MARTIN, Nancy (Ann)
Colchester, Sussex, Eng.
Marr(2): 1 May, 1820
Spitalfields, Middlesex, Eng.