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The moderators of the Vandemonian Royalty website have authored or compiled a number of volumes which are available for purchasing from this site. They are only available in Portable Document Format (PDF) which requires the free Adobe Acrobat Reader. We issue PayPal invoices via email so if you're interested in any item or items then Contact us. The invoices can be paid securely on PayPal with a credit card and do not require a PayPal account. Items will be emailed to the client once payment has been processed.

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The Argent Family

John Horton

Argent Book

This work follows the lives of James Argent, English convict sent to Van Diemen's Land, and his wife Hannah Kearley, daughter of George Kearley, marine, as well as their eleven children, their spouses and their children. It is an expanded version of content originally included in the book The Kearley Family, in that publication just 89 pages, now over 200 pages.

  • 13,545 KB (13.5 MB)
  • 242 pages
  • 785 footnotes, representing individual references

$ 20

The Boxhall Family

John Horton

Boxhall Book

This work follows the lives of Thomas Boxhall, English convict sent to Van Diemen's Land, and his wife Sarah Kearley, daughter of George Kearley, marine, as well as their two children, spouses and their children. It is an expanded version of content originally included in the book The Kearley Family, in that publication just 17 pages, now over 30 pages.

  • 5,728 KB (5.7 MB)
  • 37 pages
  • 107 footnotes, representing individual references

$ 10

The Easton Family

John Horton

Easton Book

Contains all the material from The Easton Family section of this website, with additional images (including documents and descendant charts) and supplementary material concerning a number of related families and significant Easton family descendants.

  • 14,844 KB (14.8 MB)
  • 255 pages
  • 936 footnotes, representing individual references

$ 20

The Kearley Family

John Horton

Kearley Book

This book details what little is currently known of Private George Kearley of the Royal Marines and his wife Mary who left England together in 1803 with Lt. Governor David Collins and assisted in the founding of Hobart Town in 1804. It also includes supplementary research on a number of prominent families throughout the world with the surname Kearley.

  • 5,298 KB (5.3 MB)
  • 130 pages
  • 373 footnotes, representing individual references

$ 15

The Kearley Family of South Australia

John Horton

Kearley South Australia Book

Henry Kearley is the sixth son and tenth child of George and Mary Kearley. This work proposes that Henry is the same individual who as Henry Carley (also known as Kerley) married Caroline Bacon in South Australia. It tells Henry and Caroline's story, and the stories of their children.

  • 4,339 KB (4.3 MB)
  • 124 pages
  • 814 footnotes, representing individual references

$ 15

The Wheatley Family

John Horton

Wheatley Book

This work follows the lives of John George Wheatley, Irish convict sent to Van Diemen's Land, and his wife Charlotte Kearley, daughter of George Kearley, marine, as well as their thirteen children, their spouses and their children. It is an expanded version of content originally included in the book The Kearley Family, in that publication just 107 pages, now over 200 pages.

  • 10,930 KB (10.9 MB)
  • 220 pages
  • 995 footnotes, representing individual references

$ 20

The Wilson Family

John Horton

Wilson Book

Contains all the material from The Wilson Family section of this website, with additional images and references. This work is devoted to the Wilson family who were descended from James Wilson and Catherine Boak in Scotland. The first section is a series of essays about James Wilson and Catherine Boak, and three generations of their descendants. The second section is a series of structured family group sheets about the potential ancestors of James Wilson and Catherine Boak, and their descendants.

  • 34,054 KB (34.1 MB)
  • 658 pages
  • 2612 footnotes, representing individual references

$ 30