1. John O'DONNELL
2. William Adair McCLARNING
- Arato Walter O'DONNELL (d.y.)
- Charles Alfred O'DONNELL (d.y.)
- Emily O'DONNELL
- Adeline O'DONNELL
- Elizabeth Susan O'DONNELL
- Martha Roberts O'DONNELL+
- Daniel Morris O'DONNELL+
- Christopher Amintor O'DONNELL (d.y.)
- Celia O'DONNELL (d.y.)
- Thomas O'DONNELL (d.y.)
Elizabeth Peace CRABTREE
- Born: 20 Jun 1814, Southwark, Surrey, England 5
- Christened: 10 Jul 1814, Saint Saviour's, Southwark, Surrey, England 5
- Married (1): 31 Jul 1835, St. John's Anglican, Parramatta, N.S.W., Australia 1 2 3
- Married (2): 14 May 1863, United Presbyterian Manse, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia 4
- Died: 8 May 1871, Sebastopol, Victoria, Australia 6
According to Beryl Flett, Elizabeth was a quakeress. Elizabeth was baptised on 14 July in Saint Saviour's Southwark London, then part of Surrey. She came to Australia between 1828-1835, possibly as a servant to a well to do passenger. There is no record of her in shipping lists.
Elizabeth married John O'DONNELL, son of Hugh O'DONNELL and Mary LAKEMAN, on 31 Jul 1835 in St. John's Anglican, Parramatta, N.S.W., Australia 1 2 3. (John O'DONNELL was born in 1800 in Plymouth, Devon, England, christened on 10 Aug 1800 in Plymouth, Devon, England 7 and died on 8 Aug 1879 in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 8 9 10.)
"At St. John's Church, Parramatta, on the 3rd instant, by the Rev. Samuel Marsden, Mr. JOHN O'DONNELL, of Kissing Point, Landholder, to Miss ADELINE [sic] PEACE CRABTREE, of London."
Note: both the bride's first name and the date (3 Aug) are at odds with other records.
Elizabeth also married William Adair McCLARNING on 14 May 1863 in United Presbyterian Manse, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia 4.
It appears Elizabeth remarried in Ballarat. She married William Adair McClarning on 14 May 1863 at the United Presbyterian Manse, Ballarat. She claimed to be a widow, which was not true, so the marriage was bigamous. She also lied about her age, claiming to be 42 (actually about 49). William was a 32 year old miner from Rhode Is. USA. She died on the goldfields on 8 May 1871 at Sebastopol and is buried at the Ballarat cemetery under the name Elizabeth McClarning.