Text Box: The next GENERATION
Our 21st Century Babies. 
Announcing the arrival of our 
Second Great Grand-daughter 
Olivia Jade SOLOMON
Text Box: Announcing the arrival of our 
Second Great Grand-daughter 
Olivia Jade SOLOMON
February 2018
Everyone delighted.  John and I are thrilled. 
Text Box: Introducing our 3rd - 21st Century baby:  
Welcome to our world: Olivia Jade SOLOMON daughter of 
Rebecca Jane SOLOMON nee BATES and Luke Alan SOLOMON
 the 2nd cousin to Digby John PRICE [3] and Zoe KRIWOPISCHIN [1]
Great grand-children to John Malcolm BATES and Veronica Maude BATES nee DIBBLE
Text Box: This is the Ancestral line back from John Malcolm Bates to the First Fleet and Veronica Maude Bates nee Dibble back to England and Ireland. The ancestors all sailed to become entwined in Australia from the earliest settlers. They were “The pioneers”.

Olivia Jade SOLOMON is a descendant from The First Fleet 1788. Olivia is the 8th Great Grand-daughter of Owen Cavanough from the Flag Ship “Sirius” who married Margaret Darnell from the prison ship “Prince of Wales”. Both of them First Fleeters. Owen and Margaret Cavanough were among the first settlers in Australia.

The First Fleet of 11 ships, each one no larger than a Manly ferry, left Portsmouth in 1787 with more than 1480 men, women and children onboard. Although most were British, there were also African, American and French convicts. After a voyage of three months the First Fleet arrived at Botany Bay on 24 January 1788. 

This is from the BATES family line.
Olivia Jade SOLOMON is the 19th Great Grand-daughter of John (or Richard) de CAWARDEN bc1375-1447 who married Elizabeth MALVOISINE. The surname later became CARDEN.  
This is from the CARDEN BOOK [Grandma! Where did I come from? Book 2] family line through Veronica Maude BATES nee DIBBLE. And via  Maria ‘Carden’ ABBOT from The Carden’s of Barnane and Tipperary, she arrived in the Port Phillip District of the Colony of New South Wales on board the sailing ship Branken Moor, on the 3rd December 1841.  Maria was a Pioneer of The Port Phillip Colony.

The Port Phillip District was an historical administrative division of the Colony of New South Wales, which existed from September 1836 until 1 July 1851, when it was separated from New South Wales and became the 
Colony of Victoria.
Text Box: Photo left: MUM -  Rebecca Jane SOLOMON nee BATES and new daughter, Olivia Jade SOLOMON
Photo centre: DAD and MUM - Luke  and Rebecca SOLOMON with their first child Olivia Jade SOLOMON
Photo right: First time grand-father [Chief] Malcolm Whitworth BATES and grand-daughter
Olivia Jade SOLOMOM - February 2018
Text Box: Below left: Auntie Jessica Bates with her niece Olivia Jade SOLOMON. 
Text Box: Below:
New grand-mother Natalie June BATES nee OATES with her beautiful Olivia Jade SOLOMON.