William Glyde (1789-7May1853) and wife Susannah, from Yeovil, arrived 1830 on the Rockingham (a Thomas Peel enterprise) with their five children, living first at Clarence.
Children of William and Susannah: Samuel Hallett Glyde (1815-), Susannah Hallett Pearse (1818-1879), George Glyde (1821-), Sarah Duffield (1824-), Mary Henderson (1826-).
Susannah Hallett Glyde (1818-5Nov1879) married the first William Silas Pearse (their memorial is at Fremantle Cemetery at Cong D397).
George Glyde (1821-24Jan1898) started working 1841 for Lionel Samson, then set up his own general store and drapery. He was chairman 1869-73 of the Perth Town Council ( = mayor), and was in office when the Perth Town Hall was opened in 1870. Also MLC 1879, 1882-85, and 1892-94. Died at home on Adelaide Terrace. Wife Alice Draper, eleven children. >
Lee, Jack 1979, This is East Fremantle (The story of a town and its people), East Fremantle Town Council.
Welcome Walls page for Wm Pearse 1808-1866, giving the arrival date as 1830 on board the Egyptian, occupation as farmer, ten children with Susannah Hallett Glyde
Glyde-In history page.
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