Andrew Allan (1798–1837)

ANDREW ALLAN Esq., was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, the eldest child of DAVID ALLAN and his wife SOPHIA JOHNSTON. He arrived in the colony free per Fortune (1813). In 1823 he married AUGUSTA BAYLY, the fourth child and second daughter of the late NICHOLAS BAYLY and the late SARAH BAYLY née LAYCOCK, at St. John’s Church, Parramatta, with SAMUEL MARSDEN officiating. After the wedding ceremony, the couple had a reception at St. John’s Parsonage, Parramatta. In 1837, ANDREW ALLAN died and was buried in the BAYLY family vault. In 1850, his son TEIGNMOUTH GEORGE PAGET ALLAN died age 17 and was also laid to rest in the vault. ANDREW’s wife AUGUSTA would died in her mid-50s and be buried there, too, in 1860.

Burial Location

  • BAYLY family vault, Section 3, Row C, No. 17, St. John’s Cemetery, Parramatta

Relationships

  • Son of DAVID ALLAN
  • Son of SOPHIA JOHNSTON
  • Husband of AUGUSTA BAYLY
  • Son-in-law of NICHOLAS BAYLY
  • Son-in-law of SARAH BAYLY
  • Father of AUGUSTA SOPHIA SARAH ELLIS ALLAN
  • Father of LOCKYER PIGGOT ALLAN
  • Father of FRANCES CAROLINE ALLAN
  • Father of ANDREW BAYLY MOORE ALLAN
  • Father of HENRY EDWARD AUGUSTUS ALLAN
  • Father of TEIGNMOUTH GEORGE PAGE ALLAN
  • Father of EMMELINE HELEN ALLAN

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# Came free

# Scottish

# Ship: Fortune (1813)

# Burial Year: 1837

# Grave: marked