Fuller, Annie Caldicot - I6

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First Class Passenger 
Annie Caldicot Fuller
1840 – 1897
Annie Wilcox (nee Fuller)
Annie Wilcox (nee Fuller)
Nationality  English
Born 1840
Caldicot, England
Died 1897
Genealogy Data
Person ID I6
Marriage Family/Families
Wilcox Family - F43
Spouse George Wilcox 
(03 Oct 1838 – 1908)
Nationality  English
Married Jul 1864

Children:  
Murray Wilcox (b. 10 Nov 1874)
Edith Wilcox (b. 12 May 1865)
George Seaborn Wilcox (20 Jan 1873 – 15 Jul 1915)
Nellie Wilcox (b. 24 Dec 1867)
Sidney George Wilcox (b. 25 Aug 1866)
 
Voyage Data
Voyage to Adelaide in 1864
Personal role First Class Passenger
Name on list Mrs. Annie Wilcox
Travel Family Wilcox Family - F43
Age on voyage abt 24
Joined place London
Left place Adelaide
Voyage to London in 1873
Personal role First Class Passenger
Name on list Mrs. Wilcox
Travel Family Wilcox Family - F43
Age on voyage Abt 33
Joined place Adelaide
Left place London
Voyage to Adelaide in 1874
Personal role First Class Passenger
Name on list Mrs. Geo. Wilcox
Travel Family Wilcox Family - F43
Joined place London
Left place Adelaide

Annie Fuller was born in 1840 in the village of Eynesbury, Bedfordshire which today is a suburb of St Neots, now a regional town that spans the boundaries of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire.

For the 1873 voyage of the City of Adelaide to London, the ship was to have gone by way of Good Hope and stop at Plymouth on the way to London. However, the winds would not allow it, and the ship drifted so far to the South that the Captain decided to go by Cape Horn. The prolonged voyage meant that heavily pregnant Annie gave birth to George Seaborne in Cabin No.2 on 30th January, 1873, just off the Scilly Isles.


Researcher

Researched by Ron Roberts, Adelaide, South Australia


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