Ann Arbuckle is associated with Brighton, Victoria, Australia located at these coordinates -37.9056598, 145.0043117
|4th November 1879|
|irish famine orphan, derwent, earl grey scheme|
| Ann Arbuckle from Strabane, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland arrived on the Derwent. She had been a House Maid prior to leaving her native place; she was Presbyterian; . (Nominal Passenger List - VPRS 14/P0000/000)
Ann was received into the Immigration Depot on 4th March 1850. On arrival, she left with her brother-in-law, George Hunter of Flinders Lane, Melbourne. (Disposal List - VPRS 14/P0000/0006)
Ann married James Rix, a labourer, farmer and carter, on 28th July 1851. James was from Brighton. They had nine children and lived in Brighton, Kyneton and Warrenheip. Ann died in 1879 from injuries received when a dray fell on her and her son, James. She is buried in Buninyong.
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