Alice married another marine, Daniel Stanfield and had six more children. They settled on Norfolk Island then were transferred to Hobart Town in 1808, where they settled at Green Point, now Bridgewater, on the Derwent. Her daughter Ann Harmsworth had married in 1800 and remained in Sydney with her family. Her son John Harmsworth came to VDL from Norfolk Island with the 73rd Regiment and after service in Ceylon, returned in 1820, but was unable to get a grant of land. He managed one of his brother Daniel Stanfield's properties, at Easter Marshes, and died at Clarence Plains in 1860, possibly the last survivor of the First Fleet.
Alice died in 1830 aged 74 and was buried at St David's in Hobart with her husband, who had died nearly five years earlier.
|The house at Green Point? [not at the sewerage works?]|
|Barkway Church 2012|
Barkway was a major stopping point on the coach route from London to Cambridge and the north-east of England until it was bypassed by the railway in the 19th century.
more Barkway and Harmsworth/Marsden