This is a national family history of the first MAWBEY families in Australia. It also includes people whose surnames are pronounced the same but spelt differently who may or may not be actual relatives. The most common spelling variant is 'Mawby'. This is a wide-reaching, ongoing research project, a 'work in progress', by Pamela Mawbey, a great great granddaughter of George Mawbey, the English forebear of the NSW Mawbeys.
FAMILY NAMES RELATED TO NSW MAWBEYS
Surnames related to the NSW branch of the MAWBEY family in Australia by marriages occurring 1820-1920 are: Appledore, Barber, Beckman, Birchall, Bruce, Chambers, Clark(e), Clemson, Davis, Edwards, Mallitt / Mallett / Mallet, Newson, Perry, Rayward, Smith, Tucker, Williams, Woodley.