Isaac Whiley1

M, #841, b. 26 March 1816, d. 22 November 1886
FatherWilliam Whiley1 b. 21 Sep 1783, d. 8 Apr 1838
MotherBetsey Whiting1 b. 30 Jan 1781, d. 18 Nov 1867
Relationship3rd great-grandfather of Keith Graham Bassett
ChartsAncestors of Keith Graham Bassett
Last Edited12 Jan 2018
Birth*26 March 1816 Friskney, Lincolnshire2 
Baptism10 April 1816 Friskney, Lincolnshire;
Isaak son of William & Betsey Whiley, Friskney, Higler3 
Marriage*11 June 1836 Wainfleet St Mary, Lincolnshire;
Isaac Whiley of this Parish Bachelor
and Mary Holland of this Parish Spinster
were married in this Church by Banns with Consent of
this Twelfth Day of
June in the Year One thousand eight hundred and thirty six
By me W Hurst Minister
This Marriage was solemnized between us:
Isaac Whiley's mark
Mary Holland's mark
In the Presence of:
Tobias Gibbin's Mark
Sarah Holland;Bride=Mary Holland4 
Immigration*31 August 1837 "City of Edinburgh", Sydney, NSW, Australia;
Isaac Whiley
MARRIED IMMIGRANT
Arrived by the Ship: City of Edinburgh
Brought out by: Messrs. Wm. Walker & Co
A Native of: the Parish of Friskney in Lincolnshire
Calling: Farm Servant and Shepherd
Age on Embarkation: believed to be about twenty one (on the 3d of April last 1837)
Person certifying registry of Baptism: as certified by Revd. J. W. Booth Vicar of Friskney
Character, and Person certifying the same: The same Clergyman certifies him to be a person of good character as he was informed by Mr. G. Corbett his last employer and Mr. D. Sykes in whose service he had previously been
State of bodily health, strength, and probable usefulness: In good health
Religion: Protestant Episcopal

Mary Whiley
MARRIED IMMIGRANT
Arrived by the Ship:
Brought out by:
A Native of: the Parish of Wainfleet in Lincolnshire daughter of Wm. (and Mary) Holland Labourer
Calling: in Farm-house service before Marriage
Age on Embarkation: Baptised 11 June 1811
Person certifying registry of Baptism: Revd. Wm. Hurst Officiatg Minister of Wainfleet
Character, and Person certifying the same: Married 12 June 1836 as certified by the clergyman above mentioned
State of bodily health, strength, and probable usefulness: In good health
Religion: Protestant Episcopal
Male children, exceeding one, and under eighteen years: William Whiley, born 4th Sept. 1836
Female children, exceeding one, and under eighteen years: none;Passenger=Mary Whiley, Son=William Whiley5 
Death of Father8 April 1838 Friskney, Lincolnshire;
When and where died: Eighth of April 1838, Friskney
Name and surname: William Whiley
Sex: Male
Age: 48 years
Occupation: Keeper of a Bar Shop
Cause of death: Verdict "temporary derangement produced by excessive drinking"
Signature, description and residence of informant: C Mastin, Coroner, Boston;Principal=William Whiley6 
Birth of Son15 May 1839 Richmond, NSW, Australia;Principal=James Whiley7 
Birth of Soncirca 1841 NSW, Australia;Principal=Charles Whiley8 
Birth of Son15 July 1841 Nepean, NSW, Australia;son of Isaac & Mary Whiley, Nepean, Farmer, Wesleyan Methodist;Principal=Samuel Whiley9 
Birth of Daughter22 September 1846 Emu Plains, NSW, Australia;Principal=Mary Jane Whiley10 
Birth of Daughter19 January 1849 Bathurst, NSW, Australia;Principal=Maria Whiley9 
Birth of Daughter15 July 1850 Bathurst, NSW, Australia;Principal=Fanny Whiley9 
News-Arct11 February 1852 "The Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal", Bathurst, NSW, Australia;
£5 REWARD.
STOLEN or strayed, from Wyagden, a heavy draught mare, betwixt black and brown colour, about 14 hands high, branded LL on the shoulder, and L on the neck. Any person or persons delivering the said mare to the undersigned will receive £1 reward; or if stolen, £5 reward on conviction of the thief or thieves.
ISAAC WHILEY
Keppel-street,
Bathurst.
Feb. 10th, 1852.

WANTED,
2000 Bushels Wheat. Highest market price given.
Apply to
ISAAC WHILEY,
Keppel-street,
Bathurst.
Feb. 10th, 1852.11 
Birth of Daughter3 November 1852 Bathurst, NSW, Australia;Principal=Susanna Whiley9 
News-Arct25 December 1852 "The Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal", Bathurst, NSW, Australia;
£5 Reward.
STOLEN or Strayed, from Clear Creek, and supposed to have gone back to his run Summerhill, a HORSE betwixt a black and a brown, with short switch tail, with white face, and branded AC on the off shoulder and under the saddle. Any person delivering the said horse to Mr. Isaac Whiley, carrier, Bathurst, or to the undersigned, will receive a reward of £1; or, if stolen, £5 on conviction of the thief or thieves.
MATTHEW WELSH.12 
News-Arct10 September 1853 "The Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal", Bathurst, NSW, Australia;
LICENSING DAY. — On Tuesday last the magistrates assembled in Petty Sessions to consider the application for transfer of licenses and several applications for fresh licenses. The following transfers were granted—Mr. Peter Boyle to Mr. Isaac Whiley,Railway Hotel.

New licenses were granted to Mr. George Whiley, Waggoners' Inn, Durham Street.13 
News-Arct13 May 1854 "The Bathurst Free Press", Bathurst, NSW, Australia;
ADJOURNED LICENSING MEETING.  
Isaac Whiley, Railway Inn, received his license with a caution to keep his yard clean in future.14 
Birth of Son30 June 1854 Bathurst, NSW, Australia;Principal=Isaac Holland Whiley9 
News-Arct24 March 1855 "The Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal", Bathurst, NSW, Australia;
TRANSFER MEETING.
The Magistrates met in Petty Sessions on Tuesday the 13th instant, when the following Transfers were effected :—
1. Isaac Whiley to William Kearney—Railway Hotel.15 
Birth of Daughter26 April 1856 Keppell Street, Bathurst, NSW, Australia;Father Isaac Whiley, Carrier, born Fiskeny, Lincolnshire, England, 40
Mother Mary Holland, born Wainfleet, Lincolnshire, England, 45
Married 11/06/1836 Wainfleet St Mary, Lincolnshire
Previous Issue William 19, James 17, Charles 15, Elizabeth 12, Mary 10, Maria 7, Fanny 5, Susan 3, Isaac 2 living; none dead
Informant Mary Whiley, mother, Keppell Street, Bathurst
Present at birth Richard Machattie, surgeon; Mrs Nettle, Keppell Street, Bathurst
Notes baptised by the Revd Robert W Vanderkiste (Wesleyan Methodist) 30/06/1856 by the name of "Eliza";Principal=Eliza Maud Whiley16 
News-Arct4 February 1857 "The Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal", Bathurst, NSW, Australia;
FOR SALE.
FORTY acres of Land at Eusdale Creek. Apply to
ISAAC WHILEY,
Bathurst.17 
Death of Son1859 Chippendale, NSW, Australia;Principal=Isaac Holland Whiley18 
Death of Mother18 November 1867 Bull's Hill, Near Liverpool, NSW, Australia;
Name: Mary Whiley
Date of Death: 18 Nov 1867
Place of Death: Bull's Hill Nr Liverpool
Occupation: Annuitant
Sex: Female
Age: 86
Conjugal Status:
Place of Birth: Lincoln England
Time in Aust Colonies: 14 years NSW

Father: John Whiting
Occupation: Farmer
Mother: Unknown

Place of Marriage: England
Age at Marriage: 29
Name of Spouse: William Whiley
Children of Marriage: 5 females and 2 males living, 1 male and 1 female dead
Informant: John Creasy, Bull's Hill Nr Liverpool

Cause of Death: 1. Ossification of the arteries 2. Paralysis
Length of Illness:
Medical Attendant: N Brown M.D. Parramatta
Date Last Seen:

Date of Burial: 20 Nov 1867
Place of Burial: Church of England Burial ground Prospect
Minister & Religion: J Donkin, Church of England
Undertaker: Jordan Sparks Parramatta
Witnesses:;Principal=Betsey Whiting6 
Residence*1872 Red Bank, NSW, Australia;Isaac Whiley, Storekeeper19 
News-Arct*27 February 1882 "The Sydney Morning Herald", NSW, Australia;
WANTED, a respectable Lady, as GOVERNESS, for the country. Apply to Isaac Whiley, Fernleigh House, Redfern.20 
Death of Daughter8 April 1882 Bathurst, NSW, Australia;
Deaths.
CREASEY.—April 8, at her residence, Bathurst, Mary Jane, the beloved wife of Edward Creasey, and second daughter of Mr. Whiley, Fernleigh, Redfern.    ;Principal=Mary Jane Creasey21 
Death of Daughter26 April 1882 Redfern, NSW, Australia;
Deaths.
ROBERTSON.—April 26, at her parents' residence, Fannie Ida, the beloved wife of J. J. Robertson, and fourth daughter of Mr. Whiley, Fernleigh, Redfern.;Principal=Fanny Robertson21 
Death of Son24 March 1884 Condobolin, NSW, Australia;age 43;Principal=William Whiley18 
Will*21 October 1885 Sydney, NSW, Australia;
This is the last Will and Testament of me Isaac Whiley of Fernleigh House regent street Redfern near Sydney in the Colony New South Wales gentleman hereby revoking all former and other wills codicils and testamentary dispositions by me at any time heretofore made and declaring this only to be and contain my true last will and Testament I do hereby give and bequeath my dear wife Mary all my household furniture and effects consumable stores pictures apparel ornaments and all paraphernalia usually called hers for her own absolute use and benefit I give devise and bequeath all the residue and remainder of my estate and effects real and personal whatsoever and wheresoever to my son James Whiley of Condobolin in the said Colony Grazier and Thomas Walker of Redfern in the said Colony Van Proprietor who are hereinafter styled my Trustees to hold the same according to the nature thereof respectively unto and to the use of my said Trustees their heirs executors and administrators but upon the trusts nevertheless and with ***** and subject to the ****** provisoses and declarations hereinafter contained (that is to say) Upon trust to permit and suffer my wife to occupy and reside in the house in which I now reside or to receive the rents and profits thereof at her option and to permit and suffer her to receive the rents issues and profits of all other my real estate and of all my personal estate for her life for her own use and benefit she maintaining the buildings and fences in good repair and keeping the buildings sufficiently protected against fire by insurance of the same in some office or offices to be approved by my Trustees And from and after the decease of my wife then as to the parcels of land situate at Redfern aforesaid coloured green on the plan drawn at the foot of this my will upon trust for my said son James Whiley for and during the term of his natural life and from and after the decease of my said son then upon trust for his wife Margaret or any other person who may become his widow for and during the term of her natural life with the like obligations to repair and insure in his case and in her case as hereinbefore imposed or made in the case of my wife And from and after the decease of my said son James and of his widow then upon trust to make such sale and absolutely dispose of the parcels of land hereinbefore limited in favour of my said son James and his widow and to divide the net proceeds thereof between all the children of my said son James then living and the issue of such of them as shall have departed this life leaving lawful issue then living in equal shares and proportions according to the rools And as to the parcels of land situate at Redfern aforesaid coloured red on the said plan upon trust for my son Charles Whiley for and during the term of his natural life and from and after the decease of my last mentioned son then upon trust for his wife Zebora or any other person who may become his widow for and during the term of his natural life with the like obligations to repair and insure in his case and in her case as hereinbefore imposed or made in the case of my wife And from and after the decease of my said son Charles and of his widow then upon trust to make sale and absolutely dispose of the parcels of land hereinbefore limited in favour of my said son Charles and his widow and to divide the net proceeds thereof between all the children of said son Charles then living and the issue of such of them as shall have departed this life leaving lawful issue then living in equal shares and proportions according to the rools And as to the parcel of land situate at Redfern aforesaid coloured yellow on the said plan upon trust to permit and suffer my daughter Betsy the wife of George Napoleon Landers of Sydney in the said Colony Railway Clerk to receive the rents and profits thereof for and during the term of her natural life and from and after the decease of my said daughter Betsy upon trust for her said husband during the term of his natural life with the like obligations to repair and insure in her case and in his case as hereinbefore imposed or made in the case of my wife And from and after the decease of my said daughter Betsy and her said husband upon trust to make sale and absolutely dispose of the parcel of land hereinbefore limited in favour of my said daughter Betsy and her husband and to divide the net proceeds thereof between all the children of my said daughter Betsy then living and the issue of such of them as shall have departed this life leaving lawful issue then living in equal shares and proportions according to the rools And as to the parcel of land situate at Redfern aforesaid coloured blue on the said plan upon trust to permit and suffer my daughter Susannah the wife of Theodore Scott of Sydney in the said Colony Agent to receive the rents and profits thereof for and during the term of her natural life and from and after the decease of my said daughter Susannah upon trust for her said husband for the term of his natural life with the like obligation to repair and insure in her case and in his case as hereinbefore imposed or made in the case of my wife And from and after the decease of my said daughter Susannah and her said husband then upon trust to make sale and absolutely dispose of the parcel of land hereinbefore limited in favour of my said daughter and her said husband and to divide the net proceeds thereof between all the children of my said daughter Susannah then living and the issue of such of them as shall have departed this life leaving lawful issue then living in equal shares and proportions according to the rools And the parcel of land situate at Redfern aforesaid coloured brown on the said plan shall be held as a way or ways in common between all the holders for the time being of the several parcels of land respectively coloured green red yellow and blue And as to the parcel of land situate at the corner of George Street and Howick Street in the City of Bathurst with the buildings thereon erected called The Black Horse Hotel with the outbuildings upon trust to permit and suffer my daughters Maria Robinson and Eliza Frailey to receive the rents and profits thereof for and during the term of their joint natural lives subject to the like obligations as to repairs and insurance as hereinbefore imposed upon other life tenants and upon the decease of either of them then upon trust to receive the said rents and profits and after observing the said requirements of repairs and insurance to divide the clear residue between the survivor of my said daughters and the children of the deceased daughter lately entitle thereto in equal shares and proportions And upon the decease of the other of such daughters upon trust to make sale and absolutely dispose of the said parcel of land and to divide the net proceeds between all the children of my said daughters Maria Robinson and Eliza Frailey then living and the issue of such of them as have departed this life leaving lawful issue then living in equal shares and proportions according to the rools And as to the parcel of land situate in Durham Street Bathurst on which is erected the Wyagdon Hotel with the outbuildings thereon and the parcel of land in Black’s Lane Bathurst on which are erected three cottages and the vacant allotment in Black’s Lane Bathurst upon trust during the infancy if the youngest of my Grandchildren Joseph Creasey Elizabeth Doughty Creasey Edward Creasey Ida Fanny Creasey Albert Marfleet Creasey Blanche Lucy Creasey Mary Holland Creasey and Kirkby Seymour Creasey to collect the rents and profits of the said parcels of land and to apply the same or a competent part thereof in or towards the maintenance and education of my said grandchildren or such of them as my Trustees shall deem to need such provision and upon attaining twenty one years of the youngest of such grandchildren living to make sale and absolutely dispose of the said parcels of land nad to divide the net proceeds between all my said grandchildren then living and the issue of such of them as shall have departed this life leaving lawful issue then living in equal shares and proportions according to the rools I direct my Trustees to **** out and invest the sum of Six hundred pounds in the erection of a house on the parcel of land hereinbefore devised in favour of my daughter Susannah Scott her husband and children I direct the payment of my debts and the said sum of Six hundred pounds primarily out of my personal estate but if that shall not suffice then I charge the deficiency upon my whole real estate I declare that every estate and interest hereby limited to or in favour of a female shall be held for her separate use free from the debts control or engagements of any husband and shall be inalienate during coverture I declare that the trusts hereinbefore contained for realization of the freehold estates the subjects of my will shall not necessarily be exercised by my trustees immediately upon the happening of the event or events hereinbefore contemplated as the occasion or occasions of such sale or sales in case my Trustees shall deem it advisable for the interests of the persons interested in the property or properties then under consideration that such sale or sales should be postponed but that they shall be at liberty in each case to exercise such a discretionary power as may avail to prevent sacrifice I do declare that it shall be to all intents and purposes whatsoever as if he or they had been originally nominated a Trustee or Trustees by this my will And I do declare that every receipt in writing which shall be given by the Trustees or trustee acting for the time being in the execution of the trusts of this my will shall effectually discharge the person or persons taking the same from all moneys therein acknowledged to be received and shall exonerate such person or persons from all liability in respect of the application thereof And I do declare the Trustees or trustee hereby appointed or to be appointed as hereinbefore mentioned shall not be answerable or accountable the one for the other or others of them or for the signing of receipts for the sake of conformity or for any involuntary loss and that it shall be lawful for them to reimburse themselves respectively and to allow to their co-trustees respectively their costs and expenses incurred in discharging the trusts hereby in them reposed I appoint my said son James Whiley and the said Thomas Walker Executors of this my Will
Witness my hand at Sydney this twenty first day of October in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and eighty five
Signed by Thomas John Curtis of Sydney Clerk in Orders in the presence of the Testator and by his direction the Testator being unable to write in the presence of us present at the same time who in the presence of the Testator and of the said Thomas John Curtis and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses thereto and the foregoing was then acknowledged by the said Testator to be his Will in the presence of us present at the same time.
Isaac Whiley
H B Bradley
John S. Pitt M.D. Sydney22 
Residence*1886 181 Regent Street, Redfern, NSW, Australia;
;Principal=Mary Holland
181 Regent Street, Redfern
Death*22 November 1886 Regent St, Redfern, NSW, Australia;
Name: Isaac Whiley
Date of Death: 22 Nov 1886
Place of Death: Regent Street, Municipality of Redfern NSW
Occupation: Gentleman
Sex: Male
Age: 70
Conjugal Status:
Place of Birth: Lincolnshire England
Time in Aust Colonies: 50 years in NSW

Father: William Whiley
Occupation: Not Stated
Mother: Betsy Whiting

Place of Marriage: England
Age at Marriage: 19
Name of Spouse: Mary Holland
Children of Marriage: 2 males, 4 females living; 2 males, 2 females deceased
Informant: Geo Lander, son-in-law, McArthur Street Ultimo

Cause of Death: Apolplexy
Length of Illness: 3 hours
Medical Attendant: Dr J L De Lambert
Date Last Seen: 22 Nov 1886

Date of Burial: 24 Nov 1886
Place of Burial: Church of England Cemetery Rookwood
Minister & Religion:
Undertaker: R B Cropley and Co
Witnesses: J Luckman & E B Perry23 

Family

Mary Holland b. 9 Jun 1811, d. 9 Oct 1888
Children

Citations

  1. [S26] IGI batch C028401 - Friskney, Lincolnshire.
  2. [S11] Chris Connolly.
  3. [S1606] Lincolnshire parish registers, 1538-1911, online https://findmypast.com, baptism Isaak Whiley 1816.
  4. [S1606] Lincolnshire parish registers, 1538-1911, online https://findmypast.com, marriage Isaac Whiley & Mary Holland 1836.
  5. [S1446] NSW Bounty Immigration 1828-1842.
  6. [S14] Death Certificate.
  7. [S1340] NSW Methodist Baptism Register transcript.
  8. [S1294] NSW Death Registration Transcription.
  9. [S1220] NSW Baptisms 1788-1855.
  10. [S20] IGI.
  11. [S1565] Trove digitised newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/, The Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal, Wednesday, February 11, 1852.
  12. [S1565] Trove digitised newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/, The Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal, Saturday, December 25, 1852.
  13. [S1565] Trove digitised newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/, The Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal, Saturday, September 10, 1853.
  14. [S1565] Trove digitised newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/, "The Bathurst Free Press", Saturday, May 13, 1854.
  15. [S1565] Trove digitised newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/, The Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal, Saturday, March 24, 1855.
  16. [S1394] Birth Certificate - full transcript.
  17. [S1565] Trove digitised newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/, The Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal, Wednesday, February 4, 1857.
  18. [S651] NSW BDM Indexes.
  19. [S1321] Greville's 1872 Directory.
  20. [S1565] Trove digitised newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/, "The Sydney Morning Herald", Monday, February 27, 1882.
  21. [S1565] Trove digitised newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/, The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday, May 6, 1882.
  22. [S201] Will.
  23. [S1317] Death Certificate transcript.
  24. [S1252] IGI batch C033701 - Wainfleet All Saints, Lincolnshire.