William THURLOW 
- Born: 2 Feb 1789, Orange Hall, Gosfield, Essex, England
- Christened: 1 Aug 1790, St Catherine Gosfield, ESS
- Marriage (1): Maria DONOVAN  on 6 Jul 1809 in St Catherine Gosfield, ESS
- Died: 18 Dec 1864, South Head Rd, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia aged 75
William was late of Gosfield Hall Essex and Sydney Australia
William came to Sydney on the "William Shand" 1 Jul 1825
St Catherine Gosfield ESS.
William son of the Rev John Thurlow and Elizabeth his wife was born February 2nd 1789 and baptised the 1st day of August 1790 - 24mths?
St Catherine Gosfield ESS
William Thurlow son of the Rev John Thurlow and Maria Donovan daughter of James Donovan Esq of the Island of Antigua, both single persons of this Parish, were married in this church by Banns this 6th Day of July 1809, by me - John Thurlow Vicar.
Yesterday morning arrived from England and Hobart Town, the ship William Shand, Capt Alexander Kenn, with a cargo of merchandise. She sailed from London 12 March; St Jago 6 April; and Hobart Town the 22nd of. Passengers from Europe Mr Thurlow and 3 sons . . . .
Ref: The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser. Thursday 4 August 1825
£500 REWARD to any person producing ADVERTISEMENT, within 14 days from this date, which appeared in Colonial Papers within the last seven years, calling for the HEIR OR NEXT OF KIN of WILLIAM THURLOW, Deceased, formerly proprietor of the Antigua Estate, West Indies.
Crown and Anchor Hotel,
Ref: The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1889) Friday 13 March 1874
On the 18th instant, Mr. William Thurlow, youngest son of the late Rev. John Thurlow, vicar of Gosfield, Essex, and father of William Thurlow, Esq., solicitor, of this city.
Ref: Trove. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Tues 20 Dec 1864 Pg 1
Image courtesy of K Allingham.
William married Maria DONOVAN  [MRIN: 6430], daughter of James DONOVAN Esq of Antigua West Indies.  and Unknown, on 6 Jul 1809 in St Catherine Gosfield, ESS. (Maria DONOVAN  was born in 1780 in Antigua and Barbuda Caribbean and died before 1864.)