(John Charles & Louisa WHITTY)
Name of Run No.176
Area - 25,600 acres, Estimated Grazing Capabilities 640 cattle.
The Whitty's brought the property from Dr Benjamin Clayton. Then in due course he sold the property to Edward George (E.G.) Brown,
1848 - DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSH1P. THE partnership hitherto existing between the under signed of Blowering, Tumut River, Graziers, was disolved by mutual consent, on the 25th July, 1848. All claims from that date will be paid by J. C Whitty, of Blowering. - J. C WHITTY.- HARRY WHITTY. - Sydney, May 21. 1848.
WHITTY, Charles - Blowering Murrumbidgee Blowering 01/09/1842 0330 5073 [4/98] and WHITTY, John NRS 14363
WHITTY, H - Murrumbidgee Billy Bong 08/11/1845 1041 5081 [4/106] and WHITTY, J C NRS 14363
WHITTY, H - Murrumbidgee Blowring 08/11/1845 1040 5081 [4/106] and WHITTY, J C NRS 14363
WHITTY, H - Blowring Murrumbidgee Blowring 13/07/1844 0032 5077 [4/103] and WHITTY, John NRS 14363
WHITTY, H - Murrumbidgee Lacunlack?/Lacuulack 08/11/1845 1039 5081 [4/106] and WHITTY, J C NRS 14363
WHITTY, J - Murrumbidgee Billy Bong 08/11/1845 1041 5081 [4/106] and WHITTY, H NRS 14363
WHITTY, J C - Murrumbidgee Blowring 08/11/1845 1040 5081 [4/106] and WHITTY, H NRS 14363
WHITTY, J C - Blowring Murrumbidgee Blowring 15/07/1843 0043 5075 [4/101] NRS 14363
WHITTY, J C - Murrumbidgee Lacunlack?/Lacuulack 08/11/1845 1039 5081 [4/106] and WHITTY, H NRS 14363
WHITTY, - John Blowering Murrumbidgee Blowering 01/09/1842 0330 5073 [4/98] and WHITTY, Charles NRS 14363
WHITTY, - John Blowring Murrumbidgee Blowring 13/07/1844 0032 5077 [4/103] and WHITTY, H NRS 14363
WHITTY, John Charles Blowering Murrumbidgee Blowering 07/08/1841 0269 5072 [4/97]Other names mentioned: RAMSAY and YOUNG NRS 14363
Ownership from about 1837? to ---- Sold to E G Brown.
1843 John Charles Whitty JP married Miss Louisa BROWN at (NM) Church of England, Houghton, NSW - (Ref NSW BDM No.V1843560 27C/1843), sister of Edward George Brown who was to become very involved with the Blowering, Tumut area and later enter Politics and represent the local area at a Local and state level.
1896 - DEATH - Municipal Cemetery, Tunbridge Wells. Kent. England - John Charles Whitty. Age 85 - Born in 1811 Died in 1896 - first name on monument of John Charles Whitty. and on same Headstone Louisa Whitty. Age78 - Born in 1823 - Died in 1901 - wife of John Charles Whitty - Ref- http://www.gravestonephotos.com/public/gravedetails.php?available=yes&fullname=John%20Charles%20Whitty&grave=16997).
1896 - Whitty, John Charles (1811–1896) - Whitty. October 19, 1896, at his residence, Tunbridge Wells, England, John Charles Whitty, son of the late Rev. John Whitty, Archdeacon of Kilfenora, Co Clare, Ireland, in his 86th year. - (Ref- http://oa.anu.edu.au/obituary/whitty-john-charles-14334). -
1896 - WHITTY - October 19, 1896, at his residence, Tunbridge Wells, England, John Charles Whitty, son of the late Rev. John Whitty, Archdeacon of Kilfenora, Co Clare, Ireland, in his 86th year. (by cable). - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Tuesday 27 October 1896).
V18432109 28/1843 WHITTY, ELLEN parents JOHN C & LOUISA
V18471943 33A/1847 WHITTY, HENRY T parents JOHN C & LOUISA - 1912 - MARRIAGE - - WHITTY-HARRIS.—On the 6th ult., at Hampstead Pariah Church, London, by the Rev. R. J. McGhee, Rector of Holywell, assisted by the Rev. E. H. Bickersteth, Vicar of Christ Church. Hampstead, Henry Tarlton, eldest son of I. C. Whitty, Esq., of Tarramia, N S.W., to Mary Hamlyn, third daughter of the late Major-General Hamlyn-Harris, Madras Army. - (Ref- The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1956)(about) Previous issue Monday 28 August 1871). - DEATH Whitty, Henry Tarlton (1848–1912) Whitty.—April 1 (suddenly). Henry Tarlton Whitty, of Dewhurst Lodge, Wadhurst, Sussex, England, and Tarramia Station, Mulwala, New South Wales, eldest son of the late J. C. Whitty, aged 64 years. - (Ref- Sydney Morning Herald, 6 April 1912,).
WEALTHY ESTATE.WILL OF THE LATE H.T. WHITTY - Probate has been granted in the will of Mr.Harry Tarlton Whitty of Dewhurst, Sussex England, who died last March, but who formerly resided in the State. The testator appointed his wife Mary Hamlyn Whitty. his sons Henry Hamlyn Whitty, grazier, of Turramia, near Mulwala, N.S.W.,
John Tarlton Whitty and Noel Irvine Whitty, and Charles Glennie de Rougement of East Grinstead, Sussex, England, executors and trustees of his estate.
He devised his Dewhurst Lodge mansion and other tenements in Sussex to his wife for life, with remainder to his eldest son,
H.H.Whitty and his children, and after their deaths to his other sons and their children in order of seniority. He bequeathed the plate, pictures furniture and other household effects, as well as horses, carriages, motor cars, stock, farming and other implements in and about the Sussex properties to the person who at the time of his death should, under the provisions of his will, be entitled to possession of the estate, as well as the rents and the profits of the same.
Among the legacies were £1500, his life policies, and shares in the Bank of New South Wales to his wife,
£500 and £1000 stock to each of his daughters, Eleanor Whitty, Mary Eliza Best, wife of F. M. Best and Elsie Nina Whitty;
£100 to the servants in his employ in England,
£150 to his brother, Herbert George Elphinstone Whitty;
£150 to his brother, Harold Palmer Whitty;
£150 to his brother, Charles Dowling Whitty,
£50 to each of his sisters, £100 to Charles Glennie de Rougemont as compensation for his trouble as an executrix,
£100 to the Irish Church Mission to the Roman Catholics, whose headquarters are situated at Buckingham-street, Adelphi Strand London,
£1000 to the Anglican Bishop or Bishops in whose diocese or dioceses the parochial districts of Mulwala, Tarramia, and Broken Hill are situated, the income to be applied in promoting or assisting the teaching of the Bible to the Public schools in these towns,
£100 to be expended in the erection of a stained glass window or other memorial of him in Woodhurst Parish church,
£500 to Lachlan McIntyre, as a mark of appreciation for his long and faithful service,
£500 to the Anglican Church at Mulwala. The residue of his estate he devised to his wlfe and children. The net value of the New South Wales estate was sworn at
£179,567 3s 8d, of which £139,683 12s 7d represented real estate.- (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Saturday 21 December 1912).
V18491788 35/1849 WHITTY, FLORENCE parents JOHN C & LOUISA
V18523628 40/1852 WHITTY, MARY E parents JOHN C & LOUISA
V18543626 40/1854 WHITTY, MARY E parents JOHN C & LOUISA
1855 Edith WHITTY, whose parents were John Charles & Louisa was born in Tumut and baptised in the C/E River Road, Tumut, NSW by Rev. Samuel Fox - Parish of Tumut and Diocese of Canberra on the 17th JUne, 1855. - (Ref NSW BDM V18557427 121C and Extract from the C/E Church Records.)
No record of Birth found WHITTY, CHARLES D parents JOHN C & LOUISA - However records show that in 1920- MARRIAGE - WHITTY, Charles D parents JOHN C & LOUISA died in MOSMAN, Sydney. NSW - (Ref :- NSW BDM No.11651 1920) - 1900 - WHITTY--BROWN - July 19 1900, at all Saints Church, Woollahra. by the Rev. H. Wallace Mort,Harold Palmer Whitty, Berrigan, Riverina, youngest son of the late John C. Whitty, Broadwater Downs, Tunbridge Wells, England, formerly of Tarramia station, Riverina, to Mona Gustava, youngest daughter of the late J. Dowling Brown, superintendent of police, Deniliquin. - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Saturday 4 August 1900).
1891 - RICHARDSON, Thomas Wakefield, Esq., of Moyallon House, co. Down. - Second son of John Grubb Richaidson, Esq., of Mount Caulfeild, co. Armagh, and of Moyallon House, who d. 1890, by his 2nd wife Jane Marion, who d. 1909, dau. of the late Thomas Christy Wakefield, Esq., of Moyallon; b. 1857 ; m. 1891 Hilda Sophie, dau. of the late John Charles Whitty, Esq. Mr. Richardson is a J.P. for CO. Down and for co. Armagh. — Moyallon House, Moyallon, co. Down ; Bessbrook, co. Armagh; Ulster Club, Belfast. - (Ref- http://www.ebooksread.com/authors-eng/edward-walford/the-county-families-of-the-united-kingdom-or-royal-manual-of-the-titled-and-un-fla/page-305-the-county-families-of-the-united-kingdom-or-royal-manual-of-the-titled-and-un-fla.shtml).
Whitty, Henry Hamlyn (1872–1938) - The death look place at his home in England recently of Mr Hamlyn Henry Whitty, formerly of Tarramia Station, Corowa. He was aged 66 years, and was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tarlton Whitty and a nephew of Mr Harold P. Whitty, of Berrigan. His grandfather, the late Mr J. C. Whitty, took up Tarramia in 1840. After having sold the station about 16 years ago, Mr H. H. Whitty went to England, and was elected to the board of the Peel River Land and Finance Company, which controls large areas of country in New South Wales, Queensland, and the Northern Territory. On one occasion he visited Australia by plane and used it to inspect the company's holdings in Australia. He has left a widow, one son and two daughters. His son, Mr. John Henry Hamlyn Whitty, of the Second Battalion of the Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment, was recently awarded the Military Cross for gallantry in rescuing a man under fire in Palestine. Mr. H. H. Whitty was a brother of Sir John Whitty, of England and Colonel Noel Whitty, of the West Kent Regiment, England. - (Ref- http://oa.anu.edu.au/obituary/whitty-henry-hamlyn-14333).
Portion of his Family Tree -
Whitty, Charles Dowling (son)
Whitty, Henry Tarlton (son)
Brown, John (father-in-law)
Walsh, Elizabeth (sister-in-law)
Brown, Sigismunda (sister-in-law)
Brown, Walter (brother-in-law)
Walsh, William Henry (brother-in-law)
Brown, John Dowling (brother-in-law)
Brown, Edward George (brother-in-law)
Brown, Herbert Harrington (brother-in-law)
Brown, Nugent Wade (brother-in-law)
Brown, Walterus Le Brun (brother-in-law)
Walsh, William Henry (nephew by marriage)
Brown, John Dowling (nephew by marriage)
Brown, Percy (nephew by marriage)
Brown, Edward John (nephew by marriage)
Brown, Walter Sigismund (nephew by marriage)
Brown, William Le Brun (nephew by marriage)
Walsh, Western (nephew by marriage)
Brown, Herbert Lindeman (nephew by marriage)
Whitty, Henry Hamlyn (grandson) - (Ref- Citation details - 'Whitty, John Charles (1811–1896)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, http://oa.anu.edu.au/obituary/whitty-john-charles-14334/text25405, accessed 27 September 2012.).- http://oa.anu.edu.au/obituary/whitty-john-charles-14334.
Divorce Index WHITTY -
4165 1901 WHITTY Charles Dowling WHITTY Florence Sarah Esther - - -
0476 1923 WHITTY Eleanor WHITTY Phillip - - -
0583 1917 WHITTY Elizabeth Sarah WHITTY Thomas - - -
7574 1910 WHITTY Herbert George Elphinstone WHITTY Minnie Augusta RATTYAN Alan Mansell -
2150 1896 WHITTY Mary WHITTY Thomas
John Charles Whitty purchased "Blowering Station" from Dr Clayton in ----
1847 - THIRTY POUNDS REWARD. - Stolen or Strayed, from Blowering, Tumut River, the following Horse stock - One iron grey mare, long tail, branded I-B (HB conjoined) on near shoulder, W under saddlv, broken knees." One iron grey col'., rising two years old, branded W under saddle, 6 near shoulder, sear on hind quarter. One bay mate, snitch tail,branded JLT conjoined, similar toan X, six years old. One bay mar«, black points, long tail, six years old. One light chesnut mare, five years old, badly branded JLT conjoined. One iron grey colt, three years old, switch tail, branded W (WY conjoined) under sandle, 5 on near shoulder.
Any person delivering any or all of the above stock at Blowering will receive Two Pounds per head, or One Pound per head for such information as will lead to their recovery. If stolen, the above reward will be paid on recovery of the stock, and conviction of the offenders. J. C WHITTY. - May 20. 8532 - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Saturday 29 May 1847).
Mr Edward George BROWN on "Blowering" from the "Tumut Plains Run" to work for his brother-in-law Mr John C Whitty.
North side bounded by Mr Shelley's grant of land (originally taken up by Mr James Hannibel Rose, Run No. --- "Tumut Plains") and the McAlister's ("Wereboldera" marked line by Commissioner: south by Mr Wilkinson's Mr Wilkinson's marked line and Tumut River: east high chain of mountains: west dividing chain of mountains.N.B. - This run has been transferred, with the sanction of the Government, to J C Whitty in whose name the Lease will accordingly be prepared.
John Charles Whitty appears to be a man of great vision, strength and fore sight. Not only did he hold the Blowering lease on the same page (1376) he is accredited with the leases & owner ship of other large tracts of land.
Run situated; North Mr McLay's sheep stations and a marked line south Ten Mile Creek and high ranges dividing from the Reverend Mr Therry's run; east Reverend Mr Therry;s run and highranges; west Mr Harriott's run and marked line. N.B. - This run has been transferred, with the sanction of the Government, to J C Whitty, in whose name the lease will accordingly be prepared
These three entries to Mr Whitty make a grand total of approximately: Land - 100,400 acres - Cattle 2,000 - Sheep 8,500.
Portion 178 = 52 acres
Portion 183 = 87 acres
Portion 184 = 86 acres all fronting onto the Tumut River.
Talbingo Caravan/Tourist Park - Caravan & Tourist Parks - Talbingo, NSW
Whitty St, Talbingo NSW 2720, Australia - (02) 6949 5239 - (Ref- http://www.talbingocaravanpark.com.au/).
To Blowering Station - To Gocup - To Home
178. J.C. & H. WHITTY, now J.C. WHITTY - Billibong - George MACLEAY.
[NSW-C] 1850 Caveats against claimants for Runs. by Rusheen Craig