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Item:141639
Surname:Breton
First Name:Lieut. William Henry
Ship:-
Date:1830s
Place:Newcastle
Source:Excursions in New South Wales, Western Australia, and Van Diemen's Land
Details:Instead of embarking on the steamer at Maitland, Lieut. Breton's party proceeded to Newcastle in a carriage, 'for which acto of imprudence, we were almost suffocated by the dust, broiled by an intensely hot sun and well nigh jolted to death'
Item:141640
Surname:Breton
First Name:Lieut. William Henry
Ship:-
Date:1830s
Place:Wollombi
Source:Excursions in New South Wales, Western Australia, and Van Diemen's Land
Details:Description of burials of 4 men and 2 women of the Comleroy tribe who were slain in an 'affray'
Item:167372
Surname:Breton
First Name:Lieutenant
Ship:Brothers 1832
Date:27 August 1832
Place:Sydney
Source:SH
Details:Passenger on the Brothers having departed Plymouth 4th May
Item:167374
Surname:Breton
First Name:Lieutenant
Ship:Brothers 1833
Date:14 February 1833
Place:Sydney
Source:SH
Details:Departing Sydney on the Brothers bound for London
Item:167373
Surname:Breton
First Name:Lieutenant
Ship:York 1833
Date:28 January 1833
Place:-
Source:SH
Details:Passenger on the vessel York which arrived in Sydney on 24 January 1833 from London via Hobart
Item:100210
Surname:Breton
First Name:Lieutenant William Henry
Ship:-
Date:-
Place:Wollombi
Source:Dawn in the Valley
Details:Wood., W. Allan., 'Dawn in the Valley', the Story of Settlement in the Hunter River Valley., Wentworth books, Sydney, 1972pp., 137, 145, 150, 226, 280
Item:167366
Surname:Breton
First Name:Major
Ship:-
Date:1833
Place:Parramatta
Source:Asiatic Journal
Details:At Parramatta Major Breton of the 4th or Kings Own Regt., to Eliza Maria fifth daughter of John Blaxland M.L.S. of Newington Park
Item:141641
Surname:Breton
First Name:William Henry
Ship:-
Date:1845 23 December
Place:Hobart
Source:Colonial Times, Hobart
Details:Appointed Chairman of the Court of Quarter Sessions and Commissioner of the Court of Requests
Item:167363
Surname:Breton
First Name:William Henry
Ship:-
Date:1861
Place:Walcot, Somerset
Source:1861 Census
Details:William Henry Breton age 62, Lieut., Royal Navy and fund holder born in Clapham Surry; wife Elizabeth Ann age 39; Adela daughter age 11; Henry, son age 9; Lucy niece age 37, fundholder and three servants residing at 15 Camden Place
Item:167364
Surname:Breton
First Name:William Henry
Ship:-
Date:16 March 1844
Place:Launceston Tasmania
Source:Australian Marriage Index
Details:Marriage of William Henry Breton to Ann Elizabeth Darch
Item:167365
Surname:Breton
First Name:William Henry
Ship:-
Date:-
Place:Bath
Source:National Probate Calendar UK
Details:William Henry Breton of 15 Camden crescent Bath died 12 June 1887. Administration 18 February to Harry d'Arch Breton retired Colonel Royal Engineers
Item:167367
Surname:Breton
First Name:William Henry
Ship:-
Date:-
Place:-
Source:Adela Breton: A Victorian Artist Amid Mexico's Ruins by Mary Frech McVicker
Details:Details of a Brecon family portrait. Family portrait of the Bretons: Adela: her mother, Elizabeth D'Arch Breton; her father Commander William Breton; and her father's twin brother, General Henry William Breton. Missing from the portrait are Adela's brother Harry D'Arch Breton and the general's daughter Eliza. The portrait was taken before May 1874. (Bristol's City Museum & Art Gallery

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