Fanny Cato

#1350, b. 14 June 1823, d. 24 May 1898

Individual's Timeline

Birth14 June 1823Fanny Cato
EmigratAUNovember 1832Fanny Cato
Marriage28 March 1850Fanny Cato1,2
Death of Father4 October 1870Joseph Cato3
Death of Mother10 April 1873Frances (Fanny) Cox4,2
Marriage of Daughter1880Katherine Maybee
Death24 May 1898Fanny Cato

Primary events

Secondary circumstances

  • Married Name: Her married name was Maybee.
  • Name Variation: She was also known as Frances (Fanny) Cato.
  • EmigratAU: Fanny Cato emigrated to Australia in November 1832 from England. Description: 'John Craig' sailed from London to Hobart.
  • Married Name: Her married name was Maybee.

Census details

Research Notes

  • Research note 01: Frances Cato married a Captain Maybee. Her daughter Kate Maybee married Ernest Peacock late of Melbourne and founder of Peacock Bros Pty Co. of which Ray is a member and manager at Adelaide..6

Children of Fanny Cato and Captain Thomas Maybee

Citations

  1. Digger - Tas BMD Digger databases on CD, Surname: CATO
    Given Names: FANNY
    Event: Marriage
    Father/Spouse Surname: MAYBEE
    Mother/Spouse Given Names: THOMAS
    Day: 28
    Month: 3
    Year: 1850
    Age: 26
    Sex: F
    Spouse Age: 32
    Spouse Sex: M
    Registration Place: HOBART
    Registration Number: 556/1850
    Reference: RGD 37.
  2. BDM in Australia, Aust Vital Records 1788-1905.
  3. Digger - Tas BMD Digger databases on CD, Surname: CATO
    Given Names: JOSEPH
    Event: Death
    Father/Spouse Surname:
    Mother/Spouse Given Names:
    Day: 04
    Month: 10
    Year: 1870
    Age: 78
    Sex: M
    Spouse Age:
    Spouse Sex:
    Registration Place: HOBART
    Registration Number: 98/1870
    Reference: RGD 35.
  4. Digger - Tas BMD Digger databases on CD, Surname: CATO
    Given Names: FRANCES
    Event: Death
    Father/Spouse Surname:
    Mother/Spouse Given Names:
    Day: 10
    Month: 4
    Year: 1873
    Age: 82
    Sex: F
    Spouse Age:
    Spouse Sex:
    Registration Place: HOBART
    Registration Number: 1411/1873
    Reference: RGD 35.
  5. Unknown author, MGC.
  6. Letter, W S (Stan) CATO to Oscar Herbert Cato GREEN, 15/7/1948.