The HENTY Family
Sussex, England ; Swan River Settlement ; Van Diemen's Land & Portland Bay
Glenelg & Wannon Region of south-western Victoria, Australia.
The Henty Family...

Thomas HENTY [1775-1839] & Frances HOPKINS [1775-1848] from Sussex, England. Some family members...

1829 - settled at Swan River Colony (Fremantle)
1832 - moved to Van Diemen's Land
1834 - settled at Portland Bay from VDL
1837 - moved north from Portland, settled in the Wannon & Glenelg valleys of S-W Port Phillip District

Thomas HENTY & Frances HOPKINS had a family...

  1. James HENTY [1800-1882]
  2. Thomas HENTY [1802-1819]
  3. Henry HENTY [1803-1804]
  4. Jane HENTY [1805-1893]
  5. Charles Shum HENTY [1807-1864]
  6. William HENTY [1808-1881]
  7. Edward HENTY [1809-1878]
  8. Stephen George HENTY [1811-1872]
  9. John HENTY [1813-1869]
  10. Francis HENTY [1815-1889]
  11. Frances HENTY [1817-1818]

1834 : HENTY Family settles at Portland Bay
1837 : "Merino Downs" Pastoral Run (Francis HENTY)
1837 : "Muntham" Pastoral Run (Edward HENTY)
1837 : "Sandford" Pastoral Run (John HENTY)
1884 : Jubilee Speech, Francis HENTY
1877 : Anglican Church, Gum Creek, Victoria
1936 : New Anglican Church, Henty, Victoria
Henty Pastoral Runs, South-West Victoria

Henty Pastoral Runs on the
Glenelg & Wannon Rivers

Neighbouring Pastoral Runs (Map)

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