|15 July 1830 in Hobart en route to NSW.||
LISTER SUSANNA S
|St Philip's Sydney, NSW and St Mary's, Whitechapel, London, England.|
|23 September 1890 of influenza, in Orange district, NSW.||
TOM SARAH S
|John Hardman Lister (1803-1850)|
|Susanna Pymble (1806-1889)|
|William Tom jnr (1823-1904) on 21 June 1851 in Bathurst area, NSW by Rev Benjamin Chapman.|
TOM WILLIAM & LISTER SUSANNA S
|William Henry Tom (1853-1919)|
|Lister Albert Tom (1854-1931)|
|Arthur Sebastopol Tom (1855-1927)|
|Alfred Tom (1857-1933)|
|Mary Ann Tom (1859-1936)|
|Louisa Adeline Tom (1861-1932)|
|Annie Lister Tom (1863-1865)|
|Lina Lister Tom (1866-1933)|
|Charles C. Tom (1868-1868)|
|Annie Theresa Tom (1869-1949)|
Married brother’s friend and fellow gold discoverer.
Died a few days after her father and brother had also died of pleurisy.
The Wave called at Hobart on its 3rd Australian journey (first under Captain JHL). It was docked in Hobart from the 22 June until 1 August 1830 to await the birth of Susannah Sarah Lister. Susannah was born in Hobart on 15 July and when she was two weeks old they sailed for Sydney and arrived on 7 August.