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William Glyde (1789-7May1853), from Yeovil, arrived 1830 on the Rockingham (a Thomas Peel enterprise) living first at Clarence, near Rockingham. His wife Susannah had died in 1828 (Erickson). The eldest of their five children, Samuel Hallett Glyde (1815-) remained in England. The other four were: Susannah Hallett GLYDE Pearse (1818-1879), George Glyde (1821-1898), Sarah GLYDE Duffield (1824-), and Mary GLYDE Henderson (1826-).
Susannah Hallett GLYDE (1818-5Nov1879) married the first William Silas Pearse (1808-1866 - their memorial is at Fremantle Cemetery at Congregational D397), tho their remains may still be in the Skinner St cemetery.
Glyde Street in East Fremantle is named for this family, and probably specifically for George.
GLYDE, William, b. c.1789 (England), d. 7.5.1853 (Perth), arr. 14.5.1830 per Rockingham with 4 of his chd., m. (Eng) Susannah who died England 24.1.1828. Chd. Samuel Hallett b. 1815 (did not come to WA), Susannah Hallett b. 1818 d. 1879, George b. 1821 d. 1898, Sarah b. 1824 d. 1908, Mary b. 1826 d. 1906 (Vic). Labourer, indentured to Thomas Peel. Petitioned for help from Govt. 30.8.1830. Moved to Mandurah & then to Fremantle before settling in Perth c.1835. Bicentennial Dictionary of Western Australians.
Erickson, Rica 1987, Bicentennial Dictionary of Western Australians, UWAP.
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 Pearse.
Glyde-In history page.
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