Shep's Place Family Tree

John SHEPHERD
1850 John Shepherd
John SHEPHERD  ‎(I1381)‎
Given Names: John
Surname: SHEPHERD

Gender: MaleMale
      

Birth: 9 April 1811 31 27 Langstone, Hampshire, England
Death: 1 November 1891 ‎(Age 80)‎ Coglin Street, Hindmarsh, South Australia, Australia
Personal Facts and Details
Birth 9 April 1811 31 27 Langstone, Hampshire, England


Note: Langston, now spelled Langstone, was a small market village which was north of Hayling Island and south of Havant. Gradually Langstone became contiguous with Havant. In Langstone there was a tower mill built in the 18th century which was used for milling cereals. I wonder if John Shepherd received his apprenticeship there.
Marriage Harriett PAYNE - 30 March 1834 ‎(Age 22)‎ Saint Marys Parish Church, Portsea, Hampshire, England

Residence 1836 ‎(Age 24)‎ Steep, Hampshire, England


Note: In Steep there is a Mill Lane, which could be where John worked, or also where the Shepherd family lived.
Residence 1856 ‎(Age 44)‎ Hindmarsh, South Australia, Australia

Biographical Notes

Hide Details Note: John Shepherd grew up in Hampshire as did Harriet Payne. How they met we don't know; but on 30 March 1834 they married at St Mary's Parish, ‎(Portsea, Southampton, Hampshire)‎.

Marriage: John Shepherd of this Parish, Bachelor, and Harriett Payne of this Parish, Spinster, were married in this Church by banns with Consent of ‎(blank)‎ this thirtieth day of March in the year One thousand eight hundred and thirty-four By me W Stewart. This Marriage was solemnized between us John Shepherd ‎(his signature)‎ and Harriett Payne ‎(her mark)‎. In the Presence of Sarah Shepherd and Robert Shepherd ‎(presumably John's father or brother)‎.

Either immediately or within two years, John and Harriet moved northeast to the small village of Steep near the town of Petersfield in Hampshire. There John worked as a miller and Harriet as a mother. Seven children ‎(four girls & three boys)‎ were born in Hampshire with at least five of them born in Steep. One child, a son named Edward ‎[possibly named in honour of his uncle Edward]‎, died in the winter of 1848, aged four and a half. The next year in 1849 the Shepherd family left Steep to emigrate to South Australia.

Passenger List of the Ascendant ‎(State Library Archives, Adelaide, 1980)‎:
14273 SHEPHERD
John 37 yrs Miller
Harriet 34 yrs
Esther 12
John 10
William 8
Harriet 3
Mary Ann 1
They ommitted Elizabeth 14 yrs, but she was on the second list.

"We hereby certify that the "Ascendant" took her final Departure from the Port of London at 11 o'clock a.m. on the 18th day of August, 1849, and is now on her way to Adelaide having on board the following Emigrants, who have embarked under authority from the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners, or their officer"....

On the voyage 7 died and 4 were born, all boys.

The Master's name was R. Spencer. 562 tons per Register Aggregate number of superficial feet in the several compartments set apart for steerage and intermediate passengers = 3090. Total number of Adults the ship can carry legally = 206. Where bound = Port Adelaide.

On board there were 86 male adults & 80 female adults. Of the ages between 1-14 there were 39 males and 36 females. Under one year there were 5 males and 8 females.

Among the occupations of those on board were the following: agricultural labourer, carpenter, tin platemakers, servants, footman, saddler, housemaid, cow boy, tailor, butcher, bricklayer, plumber, brick maker, mason, shepherd, bootmaker, paper maker, smith boy, blacksmith, chair maker, baker, and "spinsters." They forgot "miller!"

The Ascendant reached Port Adelaide on 26 November 1849. According to Harriett's obituary, the Shepherds first lived on the LeFevre Penninsula ‎[near Port Adelaide and Semaphore]‎; however, their first Australian-born baby, Henry, was born on Christmas day 1850, when they were residing at Hindmarsh.

From The Adelaide Observer, Feb. 23, 1856
Quotations at the Mills
Thebarton Mill, Printz & Christen
Company's Mill, Stevens & Corr
Hindmarsh Steam Mill
Port Adelaide Steam Mills
Parkside Mills
Crown Steam Mills, Victoria Sq.
Union Mill, Gawler Town, Harrison Brothers
Crawford's Mill, Hindmarsh

Also in the newspaper that day were the following "Adelaide Retail Prices:"
Bread /6 the 2-lb loaf
Mutton 3/6 to 4/6 -quarter
Fresh Butter 2/ lb.
Milk /6 to /8 quart
Cabbages /1 to /6 each
Tomatoes /6 per lb.

Perhaps John worked at one of the mills in Hindmarsh. It was there that their seven months old baby daughter Maria died in the summer of 1856. After Hindmarsh, they moved to Aldinga in 1860. They were in Aldinga when they received news that their first child Elizabeth Cane, who had gone to England with her husband Charles and young daughter Emma, had died suddenly at Amersham, Berkshire, in January 1860. In 1862 their last child, James, was born in Aldinga. John was then about 50 years and Harriett 46. Over 26 years they had had twelve children.

By 1865 several of the young Shepherds had left home. Daughter Elizabeth had died in England; John Jr had married Maggie Muirhead in 1863; Esther had married William Mills in 1865; William married Louisa Croucher in Wellington, NZ, in 1865. That left Harriette ‎(20)‎, Mary Anne ‎(18)‎, Henry ‎(15)‎, Emilie ‎(12)‎, Charles ‎(7)‎ and James ‎(4)‎ at home.

The Adelaide Observer, Sat. November 9, 1867, page 3:
ALDINGA.
‎(From a Correspondent.)‎
On Tuesday evening October 24, about 8 o'clock p.m., signal rockets were seen being discharged from some vessel going up the Gulf opposite the Lagoon, supposed to be the Galatea. However on Wednesday morning the expectations were confirmed by the firing of the signal-guns. This put the people here on the move, and soon after sunrise flags were seen flying. At about 2 o'clock Messrs. Loud, Stewart, Pethick, McRae, Shepherd, McCullum and other volunteers met at the pile on Loud's Hill to erect a large mainsail, kindly lent by Mr. Butterworth, as a breakwind. At 5 o'clock a very large concourse of people had arrived from far and near, and at that hour tea, cake, wine, and solid eatables of various sorts were handed around by the Committee. Great praise is due to the young ladies of Aldinga for the provisions they provided in so short a time. As soon as the rockets were seen fired from Mount Lofty the huge pile was lit by Mrs. Loud, she being the longest resident lady in the district. Within 10 minutes the whole was in a mass of flames, showing the skilfulness with which it had been prepared. Its appearance was both picturesque and brilliant, as it was erected on one of the most prominent views in the colony. Three cheers were given for the Duke of Edinburgh; after which they sang the National Anthem. Music, dancing, and other amusements were kept up till about 9 o'clock when the company quietly retired, and it was considered by those present to be one of the largest and most pleasant gatherings ever known in the district. Three cheers were given to the Committee and duly acknowledged. ‎[This was to celebrate the birth of Queen Victoria's son, the Duke of Edinburgh.]‎

By 1869 the Shepherds were living in Mclaren Vale. We know from a letter written from Ashurst Mill, Kent, by Mary Shepherd Caffyn to her younger sister Emilie in 1869 that the Shepherds had a piano and enjoyed music and that they had cats. The letter is transcribed in Mary Shepherd's biographical notes. Mary and William Caffyn traveled back to England shortly after their marriage. Mary died there of tuberculosis of the lungs in September 1869, only 18 months after her marriage. Another sadness for the Shepherds.

On March 13, 1885 John made his will.
"THIS IS THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT of me John Shepherd of Carrondown Hindmarsh in the Province of South Australia Miller I revoke all prior Wills and appoint William Smith Mitton of Hindmarsh aforesaid Plumber and Joseph Aston of Hindmarsh aforesaid Accountant...of this Will I bequeath to my son Henry Shepherd my violin and my music books I bequeath to my son William Shepherd my family bible containing the register of the births deaths and marriages of my children. I bequeath to my said trustees all my household furniture books prints pictures linen and other articles of household use in trust to permit my wife Harriett Shepherd to use and enjoy the same during her life and after her death to sell and convert the same into money and to divide the proceeds to arise from such sale and conversion among my children and grandchild Emma Cain ‎[daughter of Elizabeth, deceased]‎ in equal shares as tenants in common...I direct that if any child of mine shall die in my life time having a child or children age of twenty one years or being a daughter or daughters shall attain that age or marry then and in every such case the last mentioned child or children shall take and if more than one equally among them the share which is her or their parents would have taken...I desire that my body may be buried in the same grave as my wife if she shall predecease me...."
John Nicholson Solicitor Adelaide.
Arthur Boulden his Clerk Adelaide.

This will was written during the Victorian era when inheritance and property were generally given to the males. John provided well for his wife, then left everything to be equally divided among all his children plus Emma Cain, his granddaughter in England. John died on 1 November 1891, and his will was probated on November 20, 1891, "sworn not to exceed 850 pounds."

John Shepherd's violin was inherited by his son Henry. Later, two of Henry's sons, Wilf and Clem, vied for the violin. Wilf won. Now ‎(2005)‎ Wilf's son Peter Shepherd of Mount Barker has the violin, or perhaps it has been handed down to Peter's musically talented daughter Kate. The Bible which belonged to John and Harriett was given to their son William. William passed it on to his son Frederick William Shepherd whose daughter Winnie gave it to her son Gerald Keith Wild of Western Australia.

From an Adelaide newspaper ‎(not identified)‎:
SHEPHERD.--On the 1st November, at his residence, Coglin-street, Carrondown, John Shepherd, aged 80 years. A colonist of 42 years.

DEATHS AT HINDMARSH.-- Mr. John Shepherd, a colonist of forty-two years, died at his late residence, Coglin-street, Carrondown, Hindmarsh, on Sunday morning, at the age of eighty-two. The deceased came to South Australia in the ship Ascendant in 1849. He was a miller by trade, and from 1860 to 1863 was in business for himself in the Aldinga district. He afterwards settled at Hindmarsh, and remained there until his death. Though of a retiring disposition he was highly esteemed by all who knew him. He leaves a widow, five sons, three daughters, and twenty-three grandchildren. The interment will take place in the Hindmarsh Cemetery on Tuesday.

There is an old photograph of the Shepherd's tombstone in Hindmarsh Cemetery. The headstone and fence have long since gone. Baby Maria is buried in the same grave with John and Harriett.

Harriett out-lived John by 21 years. She was 96 years old at her death on January 4, 1912. She lived longer than four of her daughters and one of her sons.

Death 1 November 1891 ‎(Age 80)‎ Coglin Street, Hindmarsh, South Australia, Australia

Cause of death: Pneumonia

Note: Pneumonia is commonly known as "the old man's friend." It was frequently the cause of death in pre-antibiotic days.
Burial Hindmarsh Cemetery, Hindmarsh, South Australia, Australia


Hide Details Note: John is buried with his wife and baby daughter Maria in the Hindmarsh Cemetery. We have a photo of the headstone; however, it came down years ago.

In the cemetery records we see that the date of lease was November 3, 1891. He was buried to ten feet by gravedigger, Twist Stearne. It cost 14 shillings for the burial least, which was a usual rate at the time.

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Parents Family  (F2252)
Robert Edmund SHEPHERD
1780 -
Ann ‎(unknown)‎
1784 -
John SHEPHERD
1811 - 1891
Elizabeth SHEPHERD
1817 - 1889
Edward SHEPHERD
-

Immediate Family  (F355)
Harriett PAYNE
1815 - 1912
Elizabeth SHEPHERD
1835 - 1860
Esther SHEPHERD
1836 - 1924
John SHEPHERD
1838 - 1923
William SHEPHERD
1841 - 1924
Edward SHEPHERD
1843 - 1848
Harriette SHEPHERD
1845 - 1912
Mary Anne SHEPHERD
1847 - 1869
Henry SHEPHERD
1850 - 1930
Emilie SHEPHERD
1853 - 1909
Maria SHEPHERD
1855 - 1856
Charles Robert SHEPHERD
1858 - 1924
James Frederick SHEPHERD
1861 - 1906


Notes
Birth Langston, now spelled Langstone, was a small market village which was north of Hayling Island and south of Havant. Gradually Langstone became contiguous with Havant. In Langstone there was a tower mill built in the 18th century which was used for milling cereals. I wonder if John Shepherd received his apprenticeship there.
Residence In Steep there is a Mill Lane, which could be where John worked, or also where the Shepherd family lived.
Biographical Notes John Shepherd grew up in Hampshire as did Harriet Payne. How they met we don't know; but on 30 March 1834 they married at St Mary's Parish, ‎(Portsea, Southampton, Hampshire)‎.

Marriage: John Shepherd of this Parish, Bachelor, and Harriett Payne of this Parish, Spinster, were married in this Church by banns with Consent of ‎(blank)‎ this thirtieth day of March in the year One thousand eight hundred and thirty-four By me W Stewart. This Marriage was solemnized between us John Shepherd ‎(his signature)‎ and Harriett Payne ‎(her mark)‎. In the Presence of Sarah Shepherd and Robert Shepherd ‎(presumably John's father or brother)‎.

Either immediately or within two years, John and Harriet moved northeast to the small village of Steep near the town of Petersfield in Hampshire. There John worked as a miller and Harriet as a mother. Seven children ‎(four girls & three boys)‎ were born in Hampshire with at least five of them born in Steep. One child, a son named Edward ‎[possibly named in honour of his uncle Edward]‎, died in the winter of 1848, aged four and a half. The next year in 1849 the Shepherd family left Steep to emigrate to South Australia.

Passenger List of the Ascendant ‎(State Library Archives, Adelaide, 1980)‎:
14273 SHEPHERD
John 37 yrs Miller
Harriet 34 yrs
Esther 12
John 10
William 8
Harriet 3
Mary Ann 1
They ommitted Elizabeth 14 yrs, but she was on the second list.

"We hereby certify that the "Ascendant" took her final Departure from the Port of London at 11 o'clock a.m. on the 18th day of August, 1849, and is now on her way to Adelaide having on board the following Emigrants, who have embarked under authority from the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners, or their officer"....

On the voyage 7 died and 4 were born, all boys.

The Master's name was R. Spencer. 562 tons per Register Aggregate number of superficial feet in the several compartments set apart for steerage and intermediate passengers = 3090. Total number of Adults the ship can carry legally = 206. Where bound = Port Adelaide.

On board there were 86 male adults & 80 female adults. Of the ages between 1-14 there were 39 males and 36 females. Under one year there were 5 males and 8 females.

Among the occupations of those on board were the following: agricultural labourer, carpenter, tin platemakers, servants, footman, saddler, housemaid, cow boy, tailor, butcher, bricklayer, plumber, brick maker, mason, shepherd, bootmaker, paper maker, smith boy, blacksmith, chair maker, baker, and "spinsters." They forgot "miller!"

The Ascendant reached Port Adelaide on 26 November 1849. According to Harriett's obituary, the Shepherds first lived on the LeFevre Penninsula ‎[near Port Adelaide and Semaphore]‎; however, their first Australian-born baby, Henry, was born on Christmas day 1850, when they were residing at Hindmarsh.

From The Adelaide Observer, Feb. 23, 1856
Quotations at the Mills
Thebarton Mill, Printz & Christen
Company's Mill, Stevens & Corr
Hindmarsh Steam Mill
Port Adelaide Steam Mills
Parkside Mills
Crown Steam Mills, Victoria Sq.
Union Mill, Gawler Town, Harrison Brothers
Crawford's Mill, Hindmarsh

Also in the newspaper that day were the following "Adelaide Retail Prices:"
Bread /6 the 2-lb loaf
Mutton 3/6 to 4/6 -quarter
Fresh Butter 2/ lb.
Milk /6 to /8 quart
Cabbages /1 to /6 each
Tomatoes /6 per lb.

Perhaps John worked at one of the mills in Hindmarsh. It was there that their seven months old baby daughter Maria died in the summer of 1856. After Hindmarsh, they moved to Aldinga in 1860. They were in Aldinga when they received news that their first child Elizabeth Cane, who had gone to England with her husband Charles and young daughter Emma, had died suddenly at Amersham, Berkshire, in January 1860. In 1862 their last child, James, was born in Aldinga. John was then about 50 years and Harriett 46. Over 26 years they had had twelve children.

By 1865 several of the young Shepherds had left home. Daughter Elizabeth had died in England; John Jr had married Maggie Muirhead in 1863; Esther had married William Mills in 1865; William married Louisa Croucher in Wellington, NZ, in 1865. That left Harriette ‎(20)‎, Mary Anne ‎(18)‎, Henry ‎(15)‎, Emilie ‎(12)‎, Charles ‎(7)‎ and James ‎(4)‎ at home.

The Adelaide Observer, Sat. November 9, 1867, page 3:
ALDINGA.
‎(From a Correspondent.)‎
On Tuesday evening October 24, about 8 o'clock p.m., signal rockets were seen being discharged from some vessel going up the Gulf opposite the Lagoon, supposed to be the Galatea. However on Wednesday morning the expectations were confirmed by the firing of the signal-guns. This put the people here on the move, and soon after sunrise flags were seen flying. At about 2 o'clock Messrs. Loud, Stewart, Pethick, McRae, Shepherd, McCullum and other volunteers met at the pile on Loud's Hill to erect a large mainsail, kindly lent by Mr. Butterworth, as a breakwind. At 5 o'clock a very large concourse of people had arrived from far and near, and at that hour tea, cake, wine, and solid eatables of various sorts were handed around by the Committee. Great praise is due to the young ladies of Aldinga for the provisions they provided in so short a time. As soon as the rockets were seen fired from Mount Lofty the huge pile was lit by Mrs. Loud, she being the longest resident lady in the district. Within 10 minutes the whole was in a mass of flames, showing the skilfulness with which it had been prepared. Its appearance was both picturesque and brilliant, as it was erected on one of the most prominent views in the colony. Three cheers were given for the Duke of Edinburgh; after which they sang the National Anthem. Music, dancing, and other amusements were kept up till about 9 o'clock when the company quietly retired, and it was considered by those present to be one of the largest and most pleasant gatherings ever known in the district. Three cheers were given to the Committee and duly acknowledged. ‎[This was to celebrate the birth of Queen Victoria's son, the Duke of Edinburgh.]‎

By 1869 the Shepherds were living in Mclaren Vale. We know from a letter written from Ashurst Mill, Kent, by Mary Shepherd Caffyn to her younger sister Emilie in 1869 that the Shepherds had a piano and enjoyed music and that they had cats. The letter is transcribed in Mary Shepherd's biographical notes. Mary and William Caffyn traveled back to England shortly after their marriage. Mary died there of tuberculosis of the lungs in September 1869, only 18 months after her marriage. Another sadness for the Shepherds.

On March 13, 1885 John made his will.
"THIS IS THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT of me John Shepherd of Carrondown Hindmarsh in the Province of South Australia Miller I revoke all prior Wills and appoint William Smith Mitton of Hindmarsh aforesaid Plumber and Joseph Aston of Hindmarsh aforesaid Accountant...of this Will I bequeath to my son Henry Shepherd my violin and my music books I bequeath to my son William Shepherd my family bible containing the register of the births deaths and marriages of my children. I bequeath to my said trustees all my household furniture books prints pictures linen and other articles of household use in trust to permit my wife Harriett Shepherd to use and enjoy the same during her life and after her death to sell and convert the same into money and to divide the proceeds to arise from such sale and conversion among my children and grandchild Emma Cain ‎[daughter of Elizabeth, deceased]‎ in equal shares as tenants in common...I direct that if any child of mine shall die in my life time having a child or children age of twenty one years or being a daughter or daughters shall attain that age or marry then and in every such case the last mentioned child or children shall take and if more than one equally among them the share which is her or their parents would have taken...I desire that my body may be buried in the same grave as my wife if she shall predecease me...."
John Nicholson Solicitor Adelaide.
Arthur Boulden his Clerk Adelaide.

This will was written during the Victorian era when inheritance and property were generally given to the males. John provided well for his wife, then left everything to be equally divided among all his children plus Emma Cain, his granddaughter in England. John died on 1 November 1891, and his will was probated on November 20, 1891, "sworn not to exceed 850 pounds."

John Shepherd's violin was inherited by his son Henry. Later, two of Henry's sons, Wilf and Clem, vied for the violin. Wilf won. Now ‎(2005)‎ Wilf's son Peter Shepherd of Mount Barker has the violin, or perhaps it has been handed down to Peter's musically talented daughter Kate. The Bible which belonged to John and Harriett was given to their son William. William passed it on to his son Frederick William Shepherd whose daughter Winnie gave it to her son Gerald Keith Wild of Western Australia.

From an Adelaide newspaper ‎(not identified)‎:
SHEPHERD.--On the 1st November, at his residence, Coglin-street, Carrondown, John Shepherd, aged 80 years. A colonist of 42 years.

DEATHS AT HINDMARSH.-- Mr. John Shepherd, a colonist of forty-two years, died at his late residence, Coglin-street, Carrondown, Hindmarsh, on Sunday morning, at the age of eighty-two. The deceased came to South Australia in the ship Ascendant in 1849. He was a miller by trade, and from 1860 to 1863 was in business for himself in the Aldinga district. He afterwards settled at Hindmarsh, and remained there until his death. Though of a retiring disposition he was highly esteemed by all who knew him. He leaves a widow, five sons, three daughters, and twenty-three grandchildren. The interment will take place in the Hindmarsh Cemetery on Tuesday.

There is an old photograph of the Shepherd's tombstone in Hindmarsh Cemetery. The headstone and fence have long since gone. Baby Maria is buried in the same grave with John and Harriett.

Harriett out-lived John by 21 years. She was 96 years old at her death on January 4, 1912. She lived longer than four of her daughters and one of her sons.
Death Pneumonia is commonly known as "the old man's friend." It was frequently the cause of death in pre-antibiotic days.
Burial John is buried with his wife and baby daughter Maria in the Hindmarsh Cemetery. We have a photo of the headstone; however, it came down years ago.

In the cemetery records we see that the date of lease was November 3, 1891. He was buried to ten feet by gravedigger, Twist Stearne. It cost 14 shillings for the burial least, which was a usual rate at the time.

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Sources

Source
Martha Brown Shepherd & Judy Shepherd Peters

Source
England Census 1841
Citation Details:  Hampshire, Steep, Petersfield, #9

Source
Shepherd Family Death Album
Publication: A Victorian death album with death notices and photographs, which was begun by John and Harriett Shepherd, then passed to their son Henry.

Source
Cemetery Records
Citation Details:  Hindmarsh Cemetery

Source
The Ships List
Citation Details:  Assisted passage to South Australia 1949 "The Ascendant"

Source
Adelaide Observer
Citation Details:  23 Feb 1856, 9 Nov 1867

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Family with Parents
Father
Robert Edmund SHEPHERD ‎(I7014)‎
Birth circa 1780
4 years
Mother
 
Ann ‎(unknown)‎ ‎(I6385)‎
Birth circa 1784

Marriage: 9 July 1804 -- Havant, Hampshire, England
7 years
#1
John SHEPHERD ‎(I1381)‎
Birth 9 April 1811 31 27 Langstone, Hampshire, England
Death 1 November 1891 ‎(Age 80)‎ Coglin Street, Hindmarsh, South Australia, Australia
7 years
#2
Sister
Elizabeth SHEPHERD ‎(I4727)‎
Birth 22 October 1817 37 33 Havant, Hampshire, England
Death 7 February 1889 ‎(Age 71)‎ Wistow, South Australia, Australia
#3
Brother
Edward SHEPHERD ‎(I5383)‎
Birth Yes
Family with Harriett PAYNE
John SHEPHERD ‎(I1381)‎
Birth 9 April 1811 31 27 Langstone, Hampshire, England
Death 1 November 1891 ‎(Age 80)‎ Coglin Street, Hindmarsh, South Australia, Australia
4 years
Wife
 
Harriett PAYNE ‎(I1389)‎
Birth 3 March 1815 Southsea, Hampshire, England
Death 4 January 1912 ‎(Age 96)‎ Coglin Street, Hindmarsh, South Australia, Australia

Marriage: 30 March 1834 -- Saint Marys Parish Church, Portsea, Hampshire, England
11 months
#1
Daughter
Elizabeth SHEPHERD ‎(I4747)‎
Birth 27 February 1835 23 19 Hampshire, England
Death 23 January 1860 ‎(Age 24)‎ Amersham, Buckinghamshire, England
20 months
#2
Daughter
Esther SHEPHERD ‎(I4748)‎
Birth 7 November 1836 25 21 Steep, Hampshire, England
Death 21 October 1924 ‎(Age 87)‎ 25 Hill Street, Parkside, South Australia, Australia
2 years
#3
Son
John SHEPHERD ‎(I4749)‎
Birth 16 December 1838 27 23 Steep, Hampshire, England
Death 17 December 1923 ‎(Age 85)‎ 10 Queen Street, Norwood, South Australia, Australia
2 years
#4
Son
William SHEPHERD ‎(I4750)‎
Birth 13 January 1841 29 25 Steep, Hampshire, England
Death 21 August 1924 ‎(Age 83)‎ Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
#5
Son
Edward SHEPHERD ‎(I4751)‎
Birth 15 July 1843 32 28 Steep, Hampshire, England
Death 7 February 1848 ‎(Age 4)‎ Steep, Hampshire, England
2 years
#6
Daughter
Harriette SHEPHERD ‎(I4752)‎
Birth 17 October 1845 34 30 Steep, Hampshire, England
Death 8 January 1912 ‎(Age 66)‎ Coglin Street, Brompton, South Australia, Australia
2 years
#7
Daughter
Mary Anne SHEPHERD ‎(I4753)‎
Birth 10 December 1847 36 32 Steep, Hampshire, England
Death 21 September 1869 ‎(Age 21)‎ Ashurst, Kent, England
3 years
#8
Son
Henry SHEPHERD ‎(I20)‎
Birth 25 December 1850 39 35 North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Death 15 April 1930 ‎(Age 79)‎ Torrensville, South Australia, Australia
2 years
#9
Daughter
Emilie SHEPHERD ‎(I4754)‎
Birth 9 May 1853 42 38 Hindmarsh, South Australia, Australia
Death 22 August 1909 ‎(Age 56)‎ Saint Bedes Anglican Church, Semaphore, South Australia, Australia
2 years
#10
Daughter
Maria SHEPHERD ‎(I4755)‎
Birth 5 July 1855 44 40 Hindmarsh, South Australia, Australia
Death 8 February 1856 ‎(Age 7 months)‎ Hindmarsh, South Australia, Australia
3 years
#11
Son
Charles Robert SHEPHERD ‎(I4756)‎
Birth 17 July 1858 47 43 Aldinga, South Australia, Australia
Death 2 June 1924 ‎(Age 65)‎ Penola Road, Mount Gambier, South Australia, Australia
3 years
#12
Son
James Frederick SHEPHERD ‎(I4757)‎
Birth 3 October 1861 50 46 Aldinga, South Australia, Australia
Death after January 1906 ‎(Age 44)‎ Hindmarsh, South Australia, Australia