James KILBY 1826-1892
Susan HAZELL c832-1904
England; Branxholme, Victoria; Butcher of Casterton (1882), Victoria
James KILBY 1826-1892, b. Hertfordshire, England, son of Joseph KILBY & Sarah MARLOW was married in London to Susan HAZELL 1832-1904, b. Surry, England daughter of John HAZELL and Ann HOUSE.
James and Susan KILBY appear to have arrived in Melbourne in Feb 1854 on the ship "Delta" which left London, England in Nov 1853. The following KILBYs were listed on the passenger list - Jno KILBY (49), Daniel KILBY (35), James KILBY (32), Susan KILBY (29), William KILBY (13), James KILBY (10). Daniel KILBY who died at Branxholme in 1891 appears to be an older brother of James KILBY.
There is another interesting KILBY passenger record for a group depating Melbourne for New Zealand on the "Thomas Worthington" on 20 July 1854 with passengers including; Daniel Kilby (33), Mrs Kilby (31), James Kilby Snr (37), James Kilby Jnr (8).
James & Susan KILBY were in Melbourne and Branxholme where 10 children were born from 1854 to 1875 prior to having the butcher shop in Casterton in 1882. A number of these children later moved north from Branxholme, Victoria to NSW. James KILBY appears to have died at Dubbo , NSW in 1892 and his widow died at Branxholme, Victoria in 1904.
James KILBY appears to be the James KILBY, butcher in the 1882 Commercial Sector Plan of Henty Street, Casterton.
A number of branches of this family appear to have moved north to New South Wales.
James KILBY & Susan HAZELL had the following known family:
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