Paternal Line – The Hazlewood Family

My line of ascent & their Journeys

Stops at female line – connects to Hopper Family

William Hazlewood (1748-1836) m. Elizabeth Hopper (1754 – 1795)

Mollington, Oxfordshire, England, Norfolk Island,

4 thoughts on “Paternal Line – The Hazlewood Family

  1. Just wondering if their is any photos of William Hazelwood?

    Ah wouldn’t that be wonderful! Never give up hope I say. So many wonderfully generous family members and I keep scouring archives. Lovely to hear from you Wade.

  2. I found this book through the National Library of Australia. I would assume this story is about Williams move from Norfolk Island to Hobart – from what I know he was one of the last to leave – and the last to leave were the most reluctant to leave the Island.

    http://catalogue.nla.gov.au/Record/2339183

    Unwilling Tasmanians, William Hazlewood’s Story / Jean Turner

    Bib ID
    2339183

    Format
    BookBookOnline

    Author

    Turner, Jean

    Description
    Myrtle Bank, S. Aust. : J. Turner, 1995
    103 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.

    ISBN
    0646257498

    Notes

    “… the second part of a five part series. The first part to be published, It started with muslin, Elizabeth Hopper’s story …”–Preface.

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Subjects
    Hazlewood, William. | Transportation of convicts – Tasmania. | Transportation of convicts – Norfolk Island. | Convicts – Tasmania. | Convicts – Norfolk Island. | Tasmania – History – 1803-1851.

    Available From
    Jean Turner, 4/19 Barr-Smith Ave, Myrtle Bank SA 5064

  3. The first part of this series of books – as per the notes above….

    This book below is series one: Elizabeth Hoppers story

    It started with muslin : Elizabeth Hopper’s story / [Jean Turner]

    Bib ID
    2152707

    Format
    BookBookOnline

    Author

    Turner, Jean

    Description
    Adelaide : Openbook Publishers, c1995
    64, [6] p. : facsims. ; 21 cm.

    ISBN
    0646226835

    Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Subjects
    Hopper, Elizabeth. | Women prisoners – Norfolk Island. | Transportation of convicts – Norfolk Island.

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