Joana Antónia dos Santos Rodrigues1,2,3

 
 
 
F, #11751, b. 19 September 1822, d. 13 October 1890

Family:

 
  • Birth*: 19 September 1822 at Sé, Macau.
  • Married Name: De Almeida.
  • Marriage*: _ M. Francisco António de Almeida at S. Lourenço, Macau, on 26 July 1840.
  • Death*: 13 October 1890 at Hong Kong.

Citations

  1. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., III-240.
  2. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., I-121.
  3. [S642] Jorge Forjaz, Famílias Macaenses 2nd ed., I-155, IV-535.
 
 
 
 
 

Francisco António de Almeida1,2,3

 
 
 
M, #11752, b. circa 1815

Family:

Joana Antónia dos Santos Rodrigues b. 19 Sep 1822, d. 13 Oct 1890
 

Citations

  1. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., I-121.
  2. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., III-240.
  3. [S642] Jorge Forjaz, Famílias Macaenses 2nd ed., I-155, IV-535.
 
 
 
 
 

Policarpo António da Costa1,2,3

 
 
 
M, #11761, b. 19 January 1837, d. 24 February 1884

Parents:

Father*: Joaquim António da Costa b. 15 Jul 1797
 
  • Birth*: 19 January 1837 at Sto António (?), Macau.
  • Honours*: Cavaleiro / Knight: Ordem de Na Sra da Conceição de Vila Viçosa / Order of Our Lady of Conception of Vila Viçosa of Portugal1
  • Death*: 24 February 1884 at at sea, Hong Kong, Faleceu em circumstâncias dramáticas numa explosão a bordo do barco "Yotsai", a saída de Hong Kong, em viagem param Macau. China Over/and Trade Report / Killed in dramatic circumstances in an explosion on board the vessel "Yotsai" on the way from Hong Kong to Macau.

    On Sunday afternoon, the 24th February, the Hongkong, Canton and Macao Steamboat Co.'s steamer Yotsai, while on her passage from Hongkong to Macao, to resume her place on the line between the latter port and Canton, after undergoing repairs, was blown to pieces by the explosion of her boiler. The vessel was about fifteen miles from Hongkong, and the Captain and ten passengers were seated at tiffin, when the explosion took place, thc saloon being torn out and its occupants hurled into the air. Five of them were kllled outright, and Mr. da Costa, tbe Secretary of the Steamboat Co., sustained mortal injuries, dying on his passage back in one of two Chínese fishing junks wich picked up the survivors, Thc chief engineer of the steamer, nine fíremen, two stewards, the compradore, and one sailor were also killed. The survivors were all fearfully shaken, several of them severely cut and bruised, and all suffered much from the immersion and subsequent exposure to the cold ( ... ) The death of Mr. P. A. da Costa has been received with widespread and profound regret. Conscientious, hardworking, devoted to his work, to which he brought excellent capabilities, Mr. da Costa was invaluable to the Company, whose interests he served so faithfully and well. He was also exceedingly popular among his cornmunity, his amiable character and courteous manners endearing him to all wbo knew him.


    China Overland Trade Report.4

Citations

  1. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., I-850.
  2. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., III-241.
  3. [S642] Jorge Forjaz, Famílias Macaenses 2nd ed., II-211, IV-536.
  4. [S642] Jorge Forjaz, Famílias Macaenses 2nd ed., II-211.
 
 
 
 
 

Isabel Maria Barradas1,2

 
 
 
F, #11765, d. 5 September 1826
 
  • Note*: ; Crioula de Reginalda Vicência Barradas / She was raised by Reginalda Vicência Barradas
  • Married Name: Rodrigues.
  • Death*: 5 September 1826 at Sé, Macau.

Citations

  1. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., III-241.
  2. [S642] Jorge Forjaz, Famílias Macaenses 2nd ed., IV-536.
 
 
 
 
 

José António Barradas1,2,3

 
 
 
M, #11767, b. 13 June 1791

Parents:

Father*: Manuel Joaquim Barradas de Azevedo b. 1 Oct 1746, d. 11 Sep 1819
Mother*: Francisca Antónia Correia de Liger b. 1 Jul 1758, d. 21 Dec 1824

Family:

 
  • Birth*: 13 June 1791 at S. Lourenço, Macau.

Citations

  1. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., I-373.
  2. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., III-241.
  3. [S642] Jorge Forjaz, Famílias Macaenses 2nd ed., I-449.