Joseph Marie Regent1

M, #61, b. 2 May 1849, d. 21 December 1905
FatherGuignolay Regent2 b. 21 Feb 1814, d. 11 Sep 1889
MotherMarie Clarice Thibaut2 b. 23 Jan 1813, d. 3 May 1881
RelationshipGreat-grandfather of Timothy George Sheens
ChartsAncestors of Timothy George Sheens
Last Edited9 Feb 2015
Birth*2 May 1849 Rue de la Marine, Le Croisic, Loire-Atlantique, France1 
Baptism2 May 1849 Le Croisic, Loire-Atlantique, France;
Joseph Marie Regent
Baptised 2nd May 1849
Born 2nd May 1849 at 1 o’clock in the morning Rue de la Marine, Le Croisic
Father Guignolay Regent, age 35, sailor, living in Croisic
Mother Clarisse Tibaud, wife, age 37
Declared by Guinolay Regent
Witnesses:
Antoine Tibaud, age 28, sailor, maternal uncle
Jean Baptiste Korveno, age 29, sailor, maternal uncle
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Description* Le Croisic, Loire-Atlantique, France;
Joseph Marie Regent
cheveux (hair): char (black)
front (forehead): ordre (ordinary)
sourcils (eyebrows):char (black)
yeux (eyes): roux (red?)
nex (nose): ordre (ordinary)
visage (face shape):ovale (oval)3 
Immigration20 January 1871 "Marie", Sydney, NSW;
A LIST of the Crew and Passengers arrived in the Ship "Marie" of Nantes, Pierre Marie Horvens Master, of the Burthen of 250 Tons, from the Port of Bourbon to Sydney New South Wales
Seamen's Names: Joseph Regentz
Station: A.B.
Age: 20
Of What Nation: France4 
Immigration*20 October 1873 "Border Chief", Sydney, NSW;
Joseph Regent, A.B., 24, Crew, France, on the Border Chief from the Port of London to Sydney
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"Abergeldie" and "Border Chief" at Circular Quay, Sydney, NSW
Article*21 October 1873 "The Sydney Morning Herald", NSW;
The iron ship Border Chief, Captain Leslie, arrived yesterday from London, having made her passage, with only ordinary weather in 90 days, from pilot to pilot – no mean performance when taking into consideration that she is deeply laden, and as a rule the wind not proving the most advantageous. The vessel has, however, come into port staunch and trim, and in first-class order, but her trip has been marked by a most calamitous loss of life. When off the pitch of the Cape of Good Hope, the ship then running before a violent gale from westward, a heavy sea broke over the starboard quarter, and carried overboard Mr. Alston, the 2nd officer, Jacob Jackersen, carpenter, and J. McIntosh, sailmaker. The vessel was under reefed upper topsails, and was tripping along about 13 knots, and making excellent weather. The second mate, carpenter, and sailmaker were securing the quarter scuttle hatch when the sea toppled on board, and swept them over the port quarter. The helmsman was thrown against the bulwarks, but, having fortunately secured himself by lashing to the head of the ruddercase, was saved. Strange o say the log-reel and deck buckets, that were in the usual rack aft, were found intact when the sea cleared off the ship. With respect to the passage, captain Leslie reports as follows: - Left the Start Point on 21st July, where the pilot was discharged; had light westerly winds to Madiera, where the N E trades were picked up and were carried to latitude 15 N. and longitude 20 30 W., from thence had variable winds to meeting the S E trades, which were taken in latitude 3 N. The Equator was crossed on 18th August, in longitude 24.30W., 28 days out. The trades carried the ship to latitude 24 S, when westerly weather set in, and the meridian of the Cape of Good Hope was passed on 8th September, on which date the lamentable loss of life occurred. The meridian of St. Paul’s was passed on the 20th September, in latitude 43.38 S. the run having been made from the Cape of Good Hope in 12 days. Crossed the meridian of Cape Leuwin on the 1st October, in latitude 44S; from thence northerly winds have prevailed. The S W. Cape of Tasmania was rounded on 9th October, 80 days out, and the ship after beating up this coast against a strong southerly set, sighted Sydney light early on Monday morning. The Border chief is to the consignment of Messrs. Danger, Gedye, and Co.6 
Photo* 
Joseph Regent on extreme left at a wool store in Pitt Street
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Joseph Regent
Photo 
Joseph Regent carried the following 2 photographs from his native France.
The first photograph must have been taken between 1875 and 1878 (ie after Joseph Marie Regent came to Australia). The reverse of this photograph shows that Constant Peigne won a silver medallion at Blois in 1875, he changed the design after he gained an honourable mention at Paris 1878.
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Photo 7
Marriage*1 September 1875 St Patricks, Sydney, NSW;
Joseph Regent, 27, bachelor, Sailor, born France, residence Sydney, father Guingole Regent (Farmer), mother Clarissa Thibaud
Eliza Maroc, 23, spinster, Housemaid, born Sydney, residence Sydney, father John Maroc (Blacksmith), mother Eliza Nugent
Witnesses: John Joseph Maroc & Mary Douglas
Minister: C P Henze, Roman Catholic;Bride=Eliza Maroc8 
Residence1876 21 Gloucester Street, The Rocks, NSW9 
Birth of Daughter26 October 1876 Off Harrington Street, Sydney, NSW;
Name: Mary Joseph Regent
Sex of Child: Female
Date of Birth: 26 Oct 1876
Place of Birth: Off Harrington Street Sydney NSW

Father: Joseph Regent
Occupation: Labourer
Birthplace: France
Age: 29

Date of Marriage: 1875
Place of Marriage: St Patricks Church Sydney

Mother: Eliza Maroc
Birthplace: Sydney
Age: 24

Previous Issue:

Informant: Eliza Regent, mother, Off Harrington Street
Present at Birth: Mrs Burgess, Mrs Moloney
Registered: 11 Apr 1877 - Sydney;Principal=Mary Joseph Regent10 
Birth of Son1878 Balmain, NSW;Principal=Joseph Regent11 
Residence1879 Park Street, Balmain, NSW9 
Birth of Son24 December 1879 Sydney, NSW;Principal=John Regent12 
Death of Mother3 May 1881 Le Croisic, Loire-Atlantique, France;Principal=Marie Clarice Regent13 
Birth of Daughter18 February 1882 Park Street, Balmain, NSW;
Name: Elizabeth Regent
Sex of Child: Female
Date of Birth: 18 Feb 1882
Place of Birth: Park Street Balmain NSW

Father: Joseph Regent
Occupation: Van Proprietor
Birthplace: France
Age: 33

Date of Marriage: 2 Sep 1876
Place of Marriage: Sydney

Mother: Elizabeth Maroc
Birthplace: Sydney
Age: 28

Previous Issue: 2 males, 1 female living

Informant: (signed) Joseph Regent, father, Balmain
Present at Birth: Mrs Mackey
Registered: 8 Apr 1882 - Balmain;Principal=Elizabeth Regent14 
Residence1883 Park Street, Balmain, NSW;
Regent, Joseph, van proprietor, Park St, Balmain9 
Birth of Daughter1884 Balmain, NSW;Principal=Clarice Regent15 
Residence*1886 Park St, Balmain, NSW;
Regent, Joseph, carrier, Park St, Balmain16 
Birth of Son17 March 1886 Orange Grove Estate, Balmain Road, Leichhardt, NSW;
Name: Francis Regent
Sex of Child: Boy
Date of Birth: 17 Mar 1886
Place of Birth: Orange Grove Estate, Balmain Road Leichhardt NSW

Father: Joseph Regent
Occupation: Dray Proprietor
Birthplace: Loire on Ferure (sic), France
Age: 36

Date of Marriage: 2 Sep 1874 (altered from 1884)
Place of Marriage: At St Patricks R C Church Sydney

Mother: Elizabeth Maroc
Birthplace: Sydney
Age: 32

Previous Issue: 2 males, 3 females living

Informant: Joseph Regent, father, "Orange Grove Estate" Balmain Road Leichhardt
Present at Birth: Mrs Mackay, Collins Street Balmain, nurse; Mrs Millet, Orange Grove Estate, Balmain Road Leichhardt, witness
Registered: 6 Apr 1886 - Balmain Road Leichhardt;Principal=Francis Regent17 
Death of Spouse5 April 1886 Balmain Road, Leichhardt, NSW;
REGENT. - April 5, 1886, at her residence, Balmain-road, Elizabeth Regent, leaving a husband and six children to mourn their loss, aged 32 years, dearly beloved sister of J. J. Ward, George-street, Sydney.;Principal=Eliza Maroc18 
Death of Son1886 Balmain, NSW;Principal=Francis Regent19 
Residence1887 Cook Street, Balmain, NSW;
Regent Joseph, vanman, Cook st, Balmain9 
Death of Father11 September 1889 Le Croisic, Loire-Atlantique, France;Principal=Guignolay Regent20 
Marriage*14 December 1895 Methodist Episcopal Church, 57 Phillip Street, Sydney, NSW;
Groom: Joseph Regent
Status: Widower
Place of Birth: France
Occupation: Labourer
Age: 44
Usual residence: "Boulevardi" Leichhardt NSW
Father: Joseph Regent
Occupation: Sailor
Mother: Clarice Thiband

Bride: Ellen McNamara
Status: Widow
Place of Birth: Scotland
Occupation: Domestic
Age: 30
Usual residence: "Boulevardi" Leichhardt NSW
Father: Bernard Leonard
Occupation: Gardener
Mother: Bridget Wynne

Date of Marriage: 14/12/1895
Place of Marriage: 57 Phillip Street Sydney NSW
Religion: Methodist Episcopal Church
Witnesses: C A Scrase, W Mount
Minister: W T Adams;Bride=Ellen McNamara2 
Residence1896 131 James St, Leichhardt, NSW;
Regent Joseph, 131 James St Leichhardt
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Article14 March 1896 "The Sydney Morning Herald", NSW;
The sixth annual meeting of the Balmain Junior Football Club (Rugby rules) was held at Mclnerney's West End Hotel, Balmain, on Monday evening, when there was a numerous gathering of members and supporters. Mr. J. J. McInerney (vice-president) occupied the chair. The secretary (Mr. Fred. Matthews) submitted a lengthy report, special mention being made of the club's achievements in the badge competition, in which the full aggregate was scored in the preliminary rounds, when every match was won, and the club only sustained defeat in the final, after playing a draw on the first occasion. The club had played 17 matches, 14 being won, 2 lost, and 1 drawn, and scoring 186 points to their various opponents' 39. The balance-sheet showed a substantial surplus. The reports were unanimously adopted. It was resolved that during the forthcoming season the team should compete in the second junior competition. The election of officers resulted as follows:-Patron, the Mayor of Balmain (Alderman A. M. Milne) ; president, Mr. Alfred Hancock, J.P. ; vice-presidents, Aldermen G. C. Murdoch and Cullen Ward, Messrs. John Booth, J.P., James Johnston, F. E. Cliff, J. Jennings, John J. Gorian, J.P., W. M. Cameron, J. J. McInerney, T. Morrison, F. Williams, and William Alexander Smith, J.P.; secretary and treasurer, Mr. Fred. Mathews; selection committee, Messrs. Light, Dobbs, and Regent; captain, Mr. O. Light; vice-captain, Mr. Dobbs; delegates to the union, Messrs. A. E. Speers and Matthews.6 
Birth of Daughter13 August 1897 7 Halloran Sreet, Leichhardt, NSW;
Name: Ellen Josephine Regent
Sex of Child: Female
Date of Birth: 13 August 1897
Place of Birth: 7 Halloran Street, Municipality of Leichhardt

Father: Joseph Marie Regent
Occupation: General Laborer
Birthplace: Montes-sur-Seine?, France
Age: 46

Date of Marriage: 14 December 1895
Place of Marriage: Weldon's Matrimonial Agency Sydney NSW

Mother: Ellen formerly Leonard late MacNamara now Regent
Birthplace: Edinburgh Scotland
Age: 32

Previous Issue:

Informant: Ellen Regent, mother, 7 Halloran Street Leichhardt
Witnesses: Dr Robert Scott, Mrs Johnson
Registered: 1 October 1897 Balmain Road Leichhardt

;Principal=Ellen Josephine Regent21
Residence*1897 7 Halloran Street, Leichhardt, NSW;Principal=Ellen Leonard21
7 Halloran Street, Leichhardt
Birth of Daughter23 March 1899 7 Halloran Street, Leichhardt, NSW;
Name: Augusta Regent
Sex of Child: Female
Date of Birth: 23 March 1899
Place of Birth: 7 Halloran Street, Municipality of Leichhardt

Father: Joseph Marie Regent
Occupation: Foreman in Wool Store
Birthplace: Monteo-sur-Seine, France
Age: 48

Date of Marriage: 14th December 1895
Place of Marriage: Weldon's Matrimonial Association Sydney NSW

Mother: Ellen formerly Leonard late Macnamara now Regent
Birthplace: Edinburgh Scotland
Age: 35

Previous Issue: Ellen Josephine 1 year 9 months, living, None Deceased

Informant: Ellen Regent, mother, 7 Halloran Street Leichhardt
Witnesses: Dr J B Graham, Mrs Johnson
Registered: 15 May, 1899 Balmain Road Leichhardt;Principal=Augusta Regent22 
Article6 October 1899 "The Bathurst Daily Free Press and Mining Journal", NSW;
The Governor and the Dreyfus Case.
AN ADDRESS OF PROTESTATION.
The following address of the French residents of Sydney to their Consul-General in Sydney has been Published : —
'Monsieur le Consul-General, — We have been severely tried and deeply affected by the unkind comments published by some of the Australian papers re the Dreyfus affair, although we felt somewhat comforted by the thought that the good sense of the public, naturally generous and lover of, fair play, would easily give to exaggerated criticism its due share.
" But when we see the representative of her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria sanction with his own lips in some official function allegations insulting to France, when we hear him at a banquet at Cobar denouncing our primordial institutions, then we think the measure is full, and that we cannot any longer keep silent in the face of such uncalled-for and unwarranted action.
" Wounded in our innermost feelings, humbled in our national pride, we rise up in a body and rally round our flag.
' We naturally turn to you, Monsieur le Consul-General, who in this foreign land are the guardian of our national honor.
' Before you we protest energetically and with indignation against the sentiments expressed by his Excellency the Governor of New South Wales in his speech at Cobar.
' We may have held different opinions on the Dreyfus question, but now that the Conseil de Guerre et Bennes has passed its final judgment, we cannot admit, to use the very words of Earl Beauchamp, that a hideous parody of justice has been perpetrated; that is to say — if we consider the full meaning of his words—that an innocent man has been wilfully sacrificed under cover of all the paraphernalia of justice, condemned by unconscientious judges, perverted beforehand to the cause of intolerance and bad faith. '
' We cannot admit that the army — our grand national institution, in which every French family, rich and poor, and without distinction of religious faith, is represented — has failed in the fulfilment of its mission, and has become a tool in the hands of a party.
' We cannot admit that the words - 'Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite,' engraved on the frontispiece of our public monuments, the basis of all our national laws and statutes, have been — as Earl Beauchamp further asserts, violated by our own judges.
' And whatever may be the unhappy circumstances which for several years have surrounded that case, we are, even at the risk of not sharing his Excellency's preferences, still proud to belong to that French nation which has rendered such great services to the cause of humanity and civilisation.
" We beg you, Monsieur le Consul-General, to receive the address of protestation, and use it to such ends as you may think fit.
" The cordial and generous hospitality accorded to us Frenchmen established here had led us to look upon Australia as a second home. We feel certain that his Excellency the Governor of New South Wales, by inflicting upon us such a public affront, has not been the interpreter of our Australian friends."
Signed by Georges Playoust, Docteur Lanre, Docteur Rougier, G. L. Cochelet, P. D'Orgeval, C. Hauret, C.Bricard, H. Moreau, M. Segur, Th. Funck, F. Aengenheyster, E. Carette, A. Guiraux, C. Duvillver, Ph. Prouat, E. Vandamme, P. Camerand, G. Capet, M. Reboul, G. Lefebvre, L. Cambelin, Joseph Playoust, C. Dewyn, E. Langver, P. Durieux, C. Bracassat, E. Doublet, G. Delescluze, Rene Lefebvre, Jean Baert, M. De Riviere, E. Cehouok, Jacques Perraud, M. Joseph, Leon Jaubert, Jules Comte, W. Salomon, A. Assemarue, Michael Brial, Paul Brial, Jean Brial, Julien Brial, Joseph Regent.6 
Birth of Daughter6 May 1900 7 Halloran Street, Leichhardt, NSW;
Name: Eugenie Regent
Sex of Child: Female
Date of Birth: 6 May 1900
Place of Birth: 7 Halloran Street, Municipality of Leichhardt

Father: Joseph Regent
Occupation: Wool Storeman
Birthplace: Nantes France
Age: 51

Date of Marriage: 14 Dec 1895
Place of Marriage: Weldon's Matrimonial Association, Sydney NSW

Mother: Ellen formerly Leonard late MacNamara now Regent
Birthplace: Edinburgh Scotland
Age: 35

Previous Issue: Ellen Josephine 2 (altered from 3), Augusta 17 months living; none deceased

Informant: Joseph Regent (signed), father, 7 Halloran Street Leichhardt
Witnesses: Dr J B Graham, Mrs Hutchinson
Registered: 21 Jun 1900 - Balmain Road Leichhardt;Principal=Eugenie Regent23 
Birth of Son17 April 1901 7 Halloran Street, Leichhardt, NSW;
Name: Victor Louis Regent
Sex of Child: Male
Date of Birth: 17 Apr 1901
Place of Birth: 7 Halloran Street, Municipality of Leichhardt NSW

Father: Joseph Regent
Occupation: Storeman in Wool and Skin store
Birthplace: Nantce (sic) France
Age: 52

Date of Marriage: 14 Dec 1895
Place of Marriage: Sydney NSW

Mother: Ellen formerly Leonard late MacNamara now Regent
Birthplace: Edinburgh Scotland
Age: 36

Previous Issue: Ellen J 4, Augusta 2, Eugenie 1 living; none deceased

Informant: Ellen Regent (signed), mother, Halloran Street Leichhardt
Witnesses: Dr Graham, Mrs Hutchinson
Registered: 17 Jun 1901 - Leichhardt;Principal=Victor Louis Regent24 
Death of Son1901 Leichhardt, NSW;
son of Joseph & Ellen;Principal=Victor Louis Regent25 
Residence1902 7 Halloran Street, Leichhardt, NSW;
Regent Joseph, 7 Halloran st, Leichhardt9 
Birth of Daughter29 July 1902 Oatley, NSW;
Name: Madeline Regent
Sex of Child: Female
Date of Birth: 29 Jul 1902
Place of Birth: Oatley, Hurstville Municipality NSW

Father: Joseph Regent
Occupation: Storeman
Birthplace: Nantes (altered from Nantce) France
Age: 52

Date of Marriage: 14 Dec 1895
Place of Marriage: Sydney NSW

Mother: Ellen formerly Leonard late MacNamara now Regent
Birthplace: Edinburgh Scotland
Age: 38

Previous Issue: Ellen J 5, Augusta 4, Eugenie 2 living; 2 males deceased

Informant: Ellen Regent (signed), mother, Yarran Street Oatley
Witnesses: Dr McLeod, Mrs Cook
Registered: 1 Sep 1902 - Hurstville;Principal=Madeline Regent26 
Residence1903 Yarran Road, Oatley, NSW;
Regent Joseph, Yarran rd, Hurstville9 
Residence1905 Yarran Road, Oatley, NSW;
Regent Joseph, Yarran rd, Hurstville9 
Death*21 December 1905 Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Camperdown, NSW;
Name: Joseph Regent
Date of Death: 21 Dec 1905
Place of Death: Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Camperdown; former address Belmore Road Peakhurst NSW
Occupation: Storeman
Sex: Male
Age: 56
Conjugal Status:
Place of Birth: France
Time in Aust Colonies: 36 years in NSW

Father: Unknown
Occupation: Unknown
Mother: Unknown

Place of Marriage 1: Sydney
Age at Marriage 1: 21
Name of Spouse 1: Elizabeth Marve
Children of Marriage 1: Mary 29, Joseph 27, John 25, Lily 23, Clara 20 living; 1 male deceased

Place of Marriage 2: Sydney NSW
Age at Marriage 2: 46
Name of Spouse 2: Helen McNamara
Children of Marriage 2: Ellie J 8, Augusta 7, Eugenie 5, unnamed female 3 (or 2? handwriting is not conclusive) living
Informant: J Regent, son of deceased, Plumpton

Cause of Death: Aneurism of innominate artery (altered from inominate artery)
Length of Illness: 12 months
Medical Attendant: Jas M McEncroe
Date last seen: 21 Dec 1905

Date of Burial: 23 Dec 1905
Place of Burial: Roman Catholic Cemetery Rookwood
Minister & Religion: John Fitzpatrick, Roman Catholic
Undertaker: Crockett and Compy
Witnesses: James Dyason, William Jones27 

Family 1

Eliza Maroc d. 5 Apr 1886
Children

Family 2

Ellen Leonard b. 15 Feb 1864, d. 21 Sep 1933
Children

Citations

  1. [S306] Loire Antantique Digital Archives, online http://www.loire-atlantique.fr/jcms/cg_31241/…,Le Croisic Baptism Joseph Marie Regent 1849.
  2. [S109] NSW Marriage Transcript (Marilyn Rowan), 6483/1895 Joseph Regent & Ellen McNamara.
  3. [S306] Loire Antantique Digital Archives, online http://www.loire-atlantique.fr/jcms/cg_31241/…,Maritime Records Joseph Marie Regent.
  4. [S237] NSW Unassisted Immigrant Passenger Lists 1826-1922, online www.ancestry.com.au.
  5. [S87] Website Mariners and ships in Australian Waters (http://mariners.records.nsw.gov.au).
  6. [S154] Australian Newspapers, trove.nla.gov.au.
  7. [S184] Tim Sheens photographs.
  8. [S307] Marriage extract St Patrick's Sydney.
  9. [S28] Sydney and New South Wales Sands Directories, by W.F. Pascoe Pty Ltd.
  10. [S111] NSW Birth Certificate, 943/1877 Mary J Regent.
  11. [S109] NSW Marriage Transcript (Marilyn Rowan), 2526/1901 Joseph Regent & Esther Johnson.
  12. [S321] Microfilm Baptism, St Patrick's Sydney, 1860-1935.
  13. [S306] Loire Antantique Digital Archives, online http://www.loire-atlantique.fr/jcms/cg_31241/…,Le Croisic Death Index Marie Clarisse Thibant 1881.
  14. [S111] NSW Birth Certificate, 3970/1882 Elizabeth Regent.
  15. [S109] NSW Marriage Transcript (Marilyn Rowan), 3318/1904 George O Leys & Clarice Regent.
  16. [S28] Sydney and New South Wales Sands Directories, by W.F. Pascoe Pty Ltd, Ancestry.com. Sands Directories: Sydney and New South Wales, Australia, 1858-1933 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2009. Original data: Directories reproduced from microfiche copies courtesy of W. & F. Pascoe Pty, Ltd.
  17. [S111] NSW Birth Certificate, 4882/1886 Francis Regent.
  18. [S30] Unknown subject unknown record type, by unknown photographer, Death notices - Elizabeth Regent - April 10th 1886.
  19. [S11] NSW Death Index, 2360/1886 Francis Regent.
  20. [S306] Loire Antantique Digital Archives, online http://www.loire-atlantique.fr/jcms/cg_31241/…,Tables alphabétiques des successions et absences - Guinolay Regent 1889.
  21. [S111] NSW Birth Certificate, 32319/1897 Ellen J Regent.
  22. [S111] NSW Birth Certificate, 13028/1899 Augusta Regent.
  23. [S110] NSW Birth Transcript (Marilyn Rowan), 13712/1900 Eugenie Regent.
  24. [S110] NSW Birth Transcript (Marilyn Rowan), 13787/1901 Victor L Regent.
  25. [S11] NSW Death Index, 13985/1901 Victor Regent.
  26. [S110] NSW Birth Transcript (Marilyn Rowan), 22658/1902 Madeline Regent.
  27. [S107] NSW Death Transcript (Marilyn Rowan), 13678/1905 Joseph Regent.
  28. [S13] NSW Birth Index, 943/1877 Mary J Regent.
  29. [S109] NSW Marriage Transcript (Marilyn Rowan), 325/1903 John Regent & Annie Bow.
  30. [S111] NSW Birth Certificate, 32319/1897 Ellen Josephine Regent.
  31. [S13] NSW Birth Index, 13028/1899 Augusta Regent.
  32. [S13] NSW Birth Index, 13712/1900 Eugenie Regent.
  33. [S13] NSW Birth Index, 13787/1901 Victor L Regent.
  34. [S13] NSW Birth Index, 22658/1902 Madeline Regent.