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Records of the family of John Ainsworth Horrocks

Celia Ann Horrocks Temple

Records of the family of John Ainsworth Horrocks

pioneer and founder of the ruined village of Penwortham : and its church on the river Hut, Stanley county, South Australia.

by Celia Ann Horrocks Temple

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Published by H. Hockliffe in Bedford .
Written in English


Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 68980 (C)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination117 p., 7 leaves of plates (some folded)
Number of Pages117
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2967428M
LC Control Number84213320

Aboriginal Alice Springs art Australia birth breast cancer camel Canary Islands childhood copyright desert drafts dromedary drought explorer fact or fiction family happy ending heat history inner strength interwar period Jimmy Moorhouse John Ainsworth Horrocks lesbian life London love magpie non-traditional families passion photographs process. John Ainsworth Horrocks was son of a wealthy English cotton milling family. With finance from his father and accompanied by his brother Eustace, servants, the family butler John Green and some equipment and stock, he arrived in South Australia on 22 March

John Miller Tregenza Papers. MSS Back to Contents Listing. Series South Australian Research notes compiled by John Tregenza (80 cm). Adelaide Hospital, Lunatic Asylum and Destitute Asylum. Notes concerning the Adelaide Hospital from Parliamentary Papers, / . Sir Brian Horrocks Lieutenant General Brian Horrocks commanding XIII Corps in North Africa, Birth name Brian Gwynne Horrock.

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Records of the family of John Ainsworth Horrocks by Celia Ann Horrocks Temple Download PDF EPUB FB2

English, Book, Illustrated edition: Records of the family of John Ainsworth Horrocks, pioneer and founder of the ruined village of Penwortham and its. Genealogy profile for John Ainsworth Horrocks John Ainsworth Horrocks ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for John Ainsworth Horrocks ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

John Horrocks Cottage at Penwortham in the Clare Valley, South Australia, was built in by pioneer and explorer John Ainsworth Horrocks; one of the first white men to take up land in the area. He founded and named the village of Penwortham after his home in Lancashire, England. John Ainsworth Horrocks, - John Ainsworth Horrocks John Ainsworth Horrocks was born inat birth place, to Peter Horrocks and Clara Horrocks (born Jupp).

Peter was born on March 17in Turton, Edgworth, Gloucestershire, UK. WW1 Actions and Troop Movements for, If John Ainsworth Horrocks stayed with this unit, this map shows where he would have fought.

If you know of an event that doesn't appear, you can add it by clicking on the map. John Ainsworth Horrocks (), by Colonel Temple, c State Library of South Australia, SLSA: B John Ainsworth Horrocks (), pastoralist and explorer, was born on 22 March at Penwortham Lodge, near Preston, Lancashire, England, eldest son and one of eight children of Peter Horrocks, gentleman, and his wife Clara, née.

The State and National Heritage listed John Horrocks Cottage in Penwortham is owned by the Mount Horrocks Historical Society and is responsible for its upkeep and accessibility to the public. Located on the corner of Surrey Lane and Horrocks Highway, Penwortham (10 km south of Clare), John Horrocks Cottage is the oldest stone building north of Gawler and was built by pioneer and explorer John.

One woman's obsession with family history. John Ainsworth Horrocks. John Henry Theakston Categories: Family Stories • Tags: Ararat Asylum, Colonial Explorers, England, John Ainsworth Horrocks, John Charles Darke, Books / Movies / Television (2) Cemeteries (5) Family Stories (90) Fiction (3).

John Horrocks Ainsworth was the fourth generation of the Ainsworth family of bleachers. His great grandfather set up the bleaching business in Halliwell in John Horrocks took over the reigns in. Ainsworth, Col. Richard Henry (), of Smithills Hall.

Only son of John Horrocks Ainsworth () and his wife Elizabeth, daughter of John Shaw of London, born 14 January and baptised 11 February Educated at Christ Church, Oxford (matriculated ). John Horrocks died in and his brother Peter (III) in Their properties of Moss Bank House and Smithills Hall passed to their nephew Richard Henry Ainsworth, locally known as the Colonel.

Richard Henry Ainsworth: The Colonel. Richard Henry Ainsworth was educated at Eton and Oxford, and his inheritance made him a huge land owner in Bolton. John Horrocks Cottage at Penwortham in the Clare Valley, South Australia, was built in by pioneer and explorer John Ainsworth Horrocks; one of the first white men to take up land in the area.

He founded and named the village of Penwortham after his home in Lancashire, cottage is the oldest stone building. List items: Showing: 1 - 14 of EARLY EXPLORERS. John Ainsworth Horrocks and His. Brother Arthur, of Penwortham. The Register (Adelaide, SA: - ) Saturday 10 February p 5 Article Abstract: South Australia was founded as a province, but it was known in England as the "Gentleman's Colony," for it was funded br gentlemen, many of whom words.

John Ainsworth Horrocks 22 Mar Penwortham Lodge, Lancashire, UK - 23 Sep managed by Christine Lines last edited 14 Dec Peter Horrocks - managed by John Andrewartha Alice Horrocks last edited 28 Nov Early Origins of the Horrocks family.

The surname Horrocks was first found in Lancashire where they held a family seat from very ancient times, some say well before the Norman Conquest and the arrival of Duke William at Hastings in A.D.

Early History of the Horrocks family. This web page shows only a small excerpt of our Horrocks research. Horrocks family: SUMMARY RECORD. Horrocks (Family),Manuscript, PRG /6/1 Diary and reminiscences of Ann Horrocks (nee Jacob), including transcript, reminiscences of Arthur Horrocks (copied by Eardley Horrocksre-copied by C.

Eardley Horrocks ), brief history of the Horrocks family, biography, letter and diary of John Ainsworth Horrocks. THE HORROCKS FAMILY PRG Series List _____ John Ainsworth Horrocks and his brother Arthur arrived in South Australia in and respectively, settling on the banks of the Hutt River, north of Gawler.

John Ainsworth Horrocks is remembered for his explorations in South Australia including the ill-fated Northern Expedition in History. The village of Penwortham was founded by settler, pioneer and explorer, John Horrocks (22 March – 23 September ).

Horrocks arrived in the colony of South Australia on his 21st birthday, 22 Marchless than three years after its proclamation by Governor John meeting Edward John Eyre, who told him of potentially good farmland to the north of Adelaide.

John Ainsworth Horrocks, a 19th-century English farmer and explorer, was among the first Europeans to explore the Australian outback. However, his achievements were overshadowed by the tragic yet unique way in which he met his demise during one of these trips.

John Ainsworth Horrocks is within the scope of WikiProject Australia, which aims to improve Wikipedia's coverage of Australia and Australia-related you would like to participate, visit the project page. Start This article has been rated as Start-Class on the project's quality scale.

Mid This article has been rated as Mid-importance on the project's importance scale. * John Horrocks, the explorer, established a sheep station in the Hutt Valley near the present-day town of Penwortham in * A cottage was built for John Horrocks in * In the Derby Arms, an inn, was opened to passing travellers.

* In the early s a general store was opened in the town. * In John Horrocks was shot and died.John Ainsworth Horrocks offered to lead an expedition, funded by fellow colonists, to explore the country north of Spencer Gulf.

He was looking for country suitable for farming or pastoralism. His expedition included Bernard Kilroy and Theakston, both workmen from his property, ST Gill an artist, to record the country, Mr Garlick, Jimmy.Many of the stories beggar belief.

Maori chief Te Pahi saves the lives of condemned thieves in Sydney in Hume and Hovell argue over their frying pan. John Ainsworth Horrocks is shot by his camel. Brilliantly edited and introduced by Tim Flannery, The Explorers draws on the most remarkable body of non-fiction writing ever produced in.