Barry J. Betts
Thomas Ludbey was a free
settler, born 22 Jan 1809
2nd marriage to Susan Pearsall
25 Nov 1843, Hobart; raised 15 children; died
He joined the army in
After emigrating to
His professions were: Farmer (with the help of convict labour), Innkeeper, School Teacher. I also found a reference to him being at one time one of two auditors of the local council.
His father (Thomas Ludbey, M.A.) was rector of All Saints Church, Cranham, Essex where he died (aged 74) in 1859 after serving in that position for 41 years.
He was buried outside the Chancel window on the east side of the church where he had served so faithfully for all those years.
He sired five children: Thomas
(chrs by his father), who came to
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