James Frederick Mote
M, #665, b. 15 March 1846, d. 23 April 1893
|Father||John William Mote b. c 1809, d. 30 Jul 1862|
|Mother||Sarah Sucker b. c 1811, d. 1896|
|Relationships||Son of John William Mote|
Nephew of Edward Mote
Great-grandfather of Robert Mote : Site Administrator
|(Witness) Census||James Frederick Mote appeared on the census of 1851 in the household of John William Mote and Sarah Sucker at Grays Inn Road, Pancras, England.3|
|Occupation||James Frederick Mote was a jeweller's apprentice in 1861.|
|(Witness) Census||He appeared on the census of 1861 in the household of John William Mote and Sarah Sucker at 28 St Thomas Terrace, Islington, Middlesex, England; with his wife and 4 children. John is shown as 52 years old and Sarah as 49.4|
|Note||James had his fare of £12/17/0 for his trip to Sydney paid by the New South Wales Government.|
|Occupation||James Frederick Mote was a mail driver (according to the 1872 Postal Directory) in 1872 at Burrowa, NSW, Australia.|
|Event-Misc||He and Martha Crossley bought the Salutation Inn, later called the Club House Hotel circa 1892.|
|Martha Crossley b. 15 October 1842, d. 14 August 1937|
|Charts||Robert Mote's Pedigree|
Descendant Chart - Edward Mote b. before 1775
Descendant Chart - John William Mote b. circa 1809 in Southwark
|Last Edited||15 Nov 2005|
- [S18] Letter, Michael Yelland to Robert Mote, 13 April 1985.
- [S40] Pam Ray, Monumental Inscriptions, Yass Cemetery and St Clement's Churchyard., Record # 32.
- [S73] 1851 Census Record.
- [S59] Compiler: British Government, The London 1861 Census.