ID # 2448, (1805-1882)
|Mother||Mary Moss (1785-)|
|Birth||Cornelius Hyams was born on 23 July 1805 at London, England.|
|Christening||He was christened on 18 August 1805 at Christ Church, Spitalfields.|
|Marriage||He married Eliza Barwick on 18 May 1846 at Richmond, Nsw, Australia.|
|Death||He died on 13 July 1882 at age 76.|
|Burial||He was buried at Lyndhurst, Nsw, Australia.|
|Note||Page 101 of Volume the Third/Register of Baptisms belonging to the Parish of Christ Church, Middlesex, shows:|
(Baptism) Aug 18, 1805, Cornelius Hyams of Cornelius labourer - Vine Court - by Mary (birth) July 23, 1805.
According to the records of the Old Bailey of 3 December, 1823, Cornelius Hyams was indicted for stealing on the 4th of November from a till containing money and brass weights, the property of Richard Maides. Maides operated a grocer's shop on Mare Street in Hackney. Maides pursued Cornelius, lost him, but Cornelius was caught and stopped by another person involved in the chase. Cornelius is shown as age 18. He was found guilty and ordered transported for seven years.
|Last Edited||23 Aug 2015|