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James Bellamy Bloodworth (1790–1857)

James Bloodworth was baptised on 17 October 1790 at St Philip's Church of England, Sydney. In 1812, giving his occupation as carpenter he married Maria Pantoney Lee. Two years later he was granted a licence to sell spirits and was a butcher by 1822. In 1828 he was listed as having 100 acres of land at Bathurst.

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  • Bloodsworth, James Bellamy

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


16 April, 1857 (aged ~ 67)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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