Augusta Páscoa1

F, #1651


Eventos Principais Main Events:


 

Outros detalhes Other details:

  • Married Name: Simões.2
 

Citations

  1. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., II-764.
  2. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed.
 
 
 
 
 

Parísia Antónia da Silva1,2,3

F, #1652, b. 11 June 1835, d. 30 June 1866

Parents:

Father*: Pedro Nolasco da Silva4 b. 31 Jan 1803, d. 14 May 1874
Mother*: Severina Angélica Baptista4 b. 2 Aug 1805, d. 23 Oct 1875

Eventos Principais Main Events:

Birth: 11 June 1835, Macau4
Marriage: 20 September 1864, Macau, Ricardo de Sousa de Sousa's4
Death: 30 June 1866, Macau4

Family:

Ricardo de Sousa b. 1833, d. 1 Aug 1900

Children:

Francisco Maria Xavier de Sousa+5 b. 11 Oct 1866
Ricardo António Egídio de Sousa+6 b. 21 Mar 1870, d. 4 Nov 1939
Maria Angélica Espírito Santo de Sousa b. 31 May 1873, d. 22 May 1895
Maria Antónia da Conceição de Sousa+6 b. 1 Dec 1874, d. 18 Oct 1937
 

Outros detalhes Other details:

  • Married Name: De Sousa.4
 

Citations

  1. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., II-765.
  2. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., III-876.
  3. [S642] Jorge Forjaz, Famílias Macaenses 2nd ed., III-669, V-552.
  4. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed.
  5. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., p876.
  6. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., p877.
 
 
 
 
 

Ricardo de Sousa1,2,3

M, #1653, b. 1833, d. 1 August 1900

Parents:

Father*: Joaquim de Sousa
Mother*: Bárbara Josefa da Silva b. 5 Dec 1812

Eventos Principais Main Events:

Birth: 1833, Macau4
Marriage: 20 September 1864, Macau, Parísia Antónia da Silva da Silva's5
Death: 1 August 1900, S. Lourenço, Macau

Family:

Parísia Antónia da Silva b. 11 Jun 1835, d. 30 Jun 1866

Children:

Francisco Maria Xavier de Sousa+7 b. 11 Oct 1866
Ricardo António Egídio de Sousa+8 b. 21 Mar 1870, d. 4 Nov 1939
Maria Angélica Espírito Santo de Sousa b. 31 May 1873, d. 22 May 1895
Maria Antónia da Conceição de Sousa+8 b. 1 Dec 1874, d. 18 Oct 1937
 

Outros detalhes Other details:

 

Citations

  1. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., III-876.
  2. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., II-765.
  3. [S642] Jorge Forjaz, Famílias Macaenses 2nd ed., III-669, III-670, V-516, V-551, V-552.
  4. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., III-372.
  5. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed.
  6. [S166] Padre Manuel Teixeira, Teixeira - Toponimia de Macau, I-372.
  7. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., p876.
  8. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., p877.
 
 
 
 
 

Albina Maria das Dores da Silva1,2

F, #1654, b. 14 December 1837

Parents:

Father*: Pedro Nolasco da Silva3 b. 31 Jan 1803, d. 14 May 1874
Mother*: Severina Angélica Baptista3 b. 2 Aug 1805, d. 23 Oct 1875

Eventos Principais Main Events:

Birth: 14 December 1837, Macau3
Marriage: 23 November 1872, Macau, Francisco Volney Sanches Sanches's3

Family:

 

Outros detalhes Other details:

  • Married Name: Sanches.3
 

Citations

  1. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., II-765.
  2. [S642] Jorge Forjaz, Famílias Macaenses 2nd ed., III-669, V-21.
  3. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed.
 
 
 
 
 

Francisco Volney Sanches1,2

M, #1655, d. 22 October 1890

Parents:


Eventos Principais Main Events:

Birth: Macau3
Marriage: 23 November 1872, Macau, Albina Maria das Dores da Silva da Silva's3
Death: 22 October 1890, Sé, Macau

Family:

 

 

Citations

  1. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., II-765.
  2. [S642] Jorge Forjaz, Famílias Macaenses 2nd ed., III-669, V-21.
  3. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed.
 
 
 
 
 

Pedro Nolasco da Silva1,2

M, #1656, b. 6 May 1842, d. 12 October 1912
Pedro Nolasco da Silva
Collection Fernando Ribeiro

Parents:

Father*: Pedro Nolasco da Silva3 b. 31 Jan 1803, d. 14 May 1874
Mother*: Severina Angélica Baptista3 b. 2 Aug 1805, d. 23 Oct 1875

Eventos Principais Main Events:

Birth: 6 May 1842, Macau1,4
Marriage: 15 May 1868, S. Lourenço, Macau, Edith Maria Angier Angier's3
Death: 12 October 1912, at his home in Rua de Santa Clara (Reg. Sé), Macau3

Family:

Edith Maria Angier b. 20 Dec 1850, d. 16 Nov 1927

Children:

Porfírio Maria Nolasco da Silva+3 b. 4 May 1869, d. 1 Nov 1957
Capt João Frederico Nolasco da Silva+3 b. 23 Sep 1871, d. 20 Aug 1951
Edith Maria Constança Nolasco da Silva+3 b. 25 Feb 1873
Pedro Nolasco da Silva Jr+3 b. 30 Apr 1876, d. 13 Aug 1946
José Maria Nolasco da Silva+3 b. 22 Jan 1878, d. 11 Feb 1960
 

Outros detalhes Other details:

 

Citations

  1. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., II-765.
  2. [S642] Jorge Forjaz, Famílias Macaenses 2nd ed., I-83, I-515, III-277, III-669, III-670, III-672, III-673, III-697, III-702, , III-705, III-724, III-734.
  3. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed.
  4. [S15] Unknown name of person Tombstone, His tombl incorrectly gives his birthday as 6 May 1841.
  5. [S642] Jorge Forjaz, Famílias Macaenses 2nd ed., III-672.
  6. [S420] BHM Koo, "Koo, Barney thesis."
 
 
 
 
 

Edith Maria Angier1,2,3

F, #1657, b. 20 December 1850, d. 16 November 1927
Edith Maria Angier
SourceCollection FA de Menezes Ribeiro

Parents:

Father*: Frederick John Angier1 b. c 1826, d. 20 Dec 1881
Mother*: Sara Carroll1

Eventos Principais Main Events:

Birth: 20 December 1850, Hong Kong1
Baptism: 13 May 1862, S. Lourenço, Macau1
Marriage: 15 May 1868, S. Lourenço, Macau, Pedro Nolasco da Silva Nolasco da Silva's1
Death: 16 November 1927, S. Lourenço, Macau1

Family:

Pedro Nolasco da Silva b. 6 May 1842, d. 12 Oct 1912

Children:

Porfírio Maria Nolasco da Silva+1 b. 4 May 1869, d. 1 Nov 1957
Capt João Frederico Nolasco da Silva+1 b. 23 Sep 1871, d. 20 Aug 1951
Edith Maria Constança Nolasco da Silva+1 b. 25 Feb 1873
Pedro Nolasco da Silva Jr+1 b. 30 Apr 1876, d. 13 Aug 1946
José Maria Nolasco da Silva+1 b. 22 Jan 1878, d. 11 Feb 1960
 

Outros detalhes Other details:

 

Citations

  1. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed.
  2. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., II-766.
  3. [S642] Jorge Forjaz, Famílias Macaenses 2nd ed., I-515, III-277, III-674, III-697, III-702, III-705, III-724, III-734.
 
 
 
 
 

Frederick John Angier1

M, #1658, b. circa 1826, d. 20 December 1881

Parents:


Eventos Principais Main Events:

Birth: circa 1826, St Matthew, Bethnal Green, LondresLondon, UK1,2
Marriage: 20 August 1856, St. John Cathedral, Hong Kong, Sarah Chappell Gorton Gorton's3
Death: 20 December 1881, He died on board the P&O ship "Clyde" at Aden on his his way back to England.3

Family 1:

Sara Carroll

Child:

Edith Maria Angier+3 b. 20 Dec 1850, d. 16 Nov 1927

Family 2:

Sarah Chappell Gorton
 

Outros detalhes Other details:

  • FamiliaRibeiro*: Mentioned in Família Ribeiro.
  • Occupation*: He first arrived in Hong Kong in 1843 on board the troop ship "Lady Amherst", where he worked as a teller of the "Oriental Bank", and was promoted to accountant in 1846. In 1854, with William Henry Allanson, he founded in a society of sea captains under the firm "Angier & Allanson", with headquarters in Macau and branches in Canton and Shanghai.

    He returned to England in 1857 when he founded the "London & China Telegraph" and the "London & China Express".

    He returned periodically to Hong Kong to pursue his business in 1858/1869 percent in 1880, dying on his return from the last visit.

    When he married, he handed his illegitimate daughter to the care of Matilde Rosália Barreto who educated her in Macau.
  • Occupation: He was a      Mercantile Assistant with Syme, Muir & Co at Queen's road, Hong Kong.4
  • Note*: Quando casou, entregou a sua filha natural aos cuidados de Matilde Rosália Barreto, que a educou em MacauWhen he married, he handed his daughter Edith Maria Angier into the care of Matilde Rosália Barreto, who raised her in Macau.
  • HK Juror Lists*: See HK Jurors Lists.
 

Citations

  1. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., II-766.
  2. [S642] Jorge Forjaz, Famílias Macaenses 2nd ed., III-674.
  3. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed.
  4. [S835] Mentioned in Hong Kong Almanack.
 
 
 
 
 

Sara Carroll1

F, #1659


Eventos Principais Main Events:

Birth: Hong Kong2

Family:

Frederick John Angier b. c 1826, d. 20 Dec 1881

Child:

Edith Maria Angier+3 b. 20 Dec 1850, d. 16 Nov 1927
 

 

Citations

  1. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., II-766.
  2. [S642] Jorge Forjaz, Famílias Macaenses 2nd ed., III-674.
  3. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed.
 
 
 
 
 

Sarah Chappell Gorton1

F, #1660

Parents:

Father*: James Gorton2

Eventos Principais Main Events:

Marriage: 20 August 1856, St. John Cathedral, Hong Kong, Frederick John Angier Angier's2

Family:

Frederick John Angier b. c 1826, d. 20 Dec 1881
 

Outros detalhes Other details:

  • Married Name: Angier.2
 

Citations

  1. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., II-766.
  2. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed.
 
 
 
 
 

James Gorton1

M, #1661


Eventos Principais Main Events:

Birth: Seedley, Manchester, UK2

Family:

 

 

Citations

  1. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., II-766.
  2. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed.
 
 
 
 
 

Porfírio Maria Nolasco da Silva1,2,3

M, #1662, b. 4 May 1869, d. 1 November 1957

Parents:

Father*: Pedro Nolasco da Silva4 b. 6 May 1842, d. 12 Oct 1912
Mother*: Edith Maria Angier4 b. 20 Dec 1850, d. 16 Nov 1927

Eventos Principais Main Events:

Birth: 4 May 1869, Macau1
Death: 1 November 1957, Hong Kong4

 

Outros detalhes Other details:

  • Residence: In Porfírio Maria Nolasco da Silva lived at; He went to Hong Kong when he was 16 years old and joined as the Stock Exchange where he was [corrector???] and president for many years.
  • Photo*: ; The sons of Pedro Nolasco da Silva at Coimbra University, Portugal.
    Porfírio Maria Nolasco da Silva Pedro Nolasco da Silva Jr João Frederico Nolasco da Silva José Maria Nolasco da Silva
    Luís, Henrique, Porfírio, Pedro, João, José
    SourceCollection FA de Menezes Ribeiro
  • HK Juror Lists*: See HK Jurors Lists.
  • Photo: Circa 1934; Porfirio Nolasco da Silva and family.
    Porfírio Maria Nolasco da Silva Jr Porfírio Maria Nolasco da Silva
    Back row: Edith Maria Nolasco da Silva, Artur Leonel (Nolasco da Silva) Sanderson, Porfírio Maria Nolasco da Silva Jr, Pedro "Peter" Nolasco da Silva, Alberto Carlos (Nolasco da Silva) Silbert, Carlos Humberto Nolasco da Silva, Laura Maria Nolasco da Silva
    Front row: Maria Alice Menezes Nolasco da Silva, José Maria Nolasco da Silva, Pedro Zanatti, Cecília Guilhermina Machado Nolasco da Silva, Porfírio Maria Nolasco da Silva, Mario Zanatti, Maria Cecília Nolasco da Silva Zanatti, Mario Ribeiro da Costa Zanatti
    The Portuguese Community in Hong Kong Vol II p125 by Antonio M. Pacheco Jorge da Silva
  • Residence*: In Porfírio Maria Nolasco da Silva lived at; Movie Camera Icon Mentioned in Noronha Family Video.
  • FamiliaRibeiro*: Mentioned in Família Ribeiro.
 

Citations

  1. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., II-771.
  2. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., II-464.
  3. [S642] Jorge Forjaz, Famílias Macaenses 2nd ed., I-891, III-326, III-674, III-686.
  4. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed.
 
 
 
 
 

Capt João Frederico Nolasco da Silva1,2,3

M, #1663, b. 23 September 1871, d. 20 August 1951
Pela Patria Magazine, Vol II No4 Apr 1941 p20

Parents:

Father*: Pedro Nolasco da Silva4 b. 6 May 1842, d. 12 Oct 1912
Mother*: Edith Maria Angier4 b. 20 Dec 1850, d. 16 Nov 1927

Eventos Principais Main Events:

Birth: 23 September 1871, Sé, Macau
Marriage: 12 November 1902, Sé, Macau, Fábia Carolina da Costa e Andrade da Costa e Andrade's
Death: 20 August 1951, Alcântara, LisboaLisbon, LisboaLisbon, Portugal4

 

Outros detalhes Other details:

  • (Witness) Photo: He was in the Photo of Porfírio Nolasco da Silva; The sons of Pedro Nolasco da Silva at Coimbra University, Portugal.
  • Honours*: CavaleiroKnight Ordem Militar de Aviz de Portugal /Military Order of Aviz of Portugal.1
                   
  • Occupation*: Capt Joao Nolasco, the son of Pedro Nolasco da Silva, was born at Macau in 1871 where he received his earlier education. Later he went to Lisbon for his advanced studies after which he served in the Portuguese Army for two years. From there he was transfered to the garrison at Macu, then to Timor where he served about five years of active service during which time he rose to the rank of colour-sergeant. Subsequently, he entered the civil Service of Macau, and for three years was senior assistant to the Colonial Secretary. Having resigned the position he came to Shanghai and joined the firm of Messrs Buchheiste & Co, in 1903. When the Portuguese Company, Shanghai Volunteer Corps, was formed in 1906, he was given a commission as lieutenant, and a year after was promoted Captain, which position he has held until his departure from Shanghai a few years later.

    His past experience in the army contributed much to the efficiency and discipline of the Company. He was admired and liked by the rank and file, and enjoyed the full confidence and respect of the military authorities and brother officers of the Corps.2
  • KooThesis*: 20005
 

Citations

  1. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., II-781.
  2. [S287] Pela Patria, 1 March 1940, Vol. II No 4, Apr 1941, p20.
  3. [S642] Jorge Forjaz, Famílias Macaenses 2nd ed., II-262, III-679, III-697.
  4. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed.
  5. [S420] BHM Koo, "Koo, Barney thesis."
 
 
 
 
 

Edith Maria Constança Nolasco da Silva1,2

F, #1664, b. 25 February 1873

Parents:

Father*: Pedro Nolasco da Silva3 b. 6 May 1842, d. 12 Oct 1912
Mother*: Edith Maria Angier3 b. 20 Dec 1850, d. 16 Nov 1927

Eventos Principais Main Events:

Birth: 25 February 1873, Macau3

Family:

António José Gonçalves Pereira b. 26 Jul 1855, d. 9 Jan 1942
 

Outros detalhes Other details:

  • Married Name: Gonçalves Pereira.3
 

Citations

  1. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., II-766.
  2. [S642] Jorge Forjaz, Famílias Macaenses 2nd ed., III-679.
  3. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed.
 
 
 
 
 

António José Gonçalves Pereira1

M, #1665, b. 26 July 1855, d. 9 January 1942

Parents:


Eventos Principais Main Events:

Birth: 26 July 1855, Vila Praia de Âncora, Portugal3,2
Death: 9 January 1942, LisboaLisbon, LisboaLisbon, Portugal2

 

Outros detalhes Other details:

  • Occupation*: Naval commander (?) and doctor at the Medical School of Porto. He was a doctor at the Naval Station of Macau and an attaché to the Board of Health of Macau, director of the Medical Post (?) of the Arsenal of Lisbon, doctor of the Cordoaria Nacional (?), Chairman and President of the Board of Naval Health, chief of the Division of Health in the Majoria General of the Fleet, deputy director and acting director of the naval hospital, a position from which he asked for leave to retire on 5 October 1910, "disgusted to see so much injustice and lack of discipline in the organisation that I so loved".

    He was also a teacher at the Macau High School and representative of Macau (9 years) and Timor (3 years) on the Colonial Council and was Senator for Macau until the dissolution of the Assembleia por Sidónio Pais.
  • Honours*:

         
    Cavaleiro da Ordem de Torre e Espada pelos distintos serviços prestados em Macau no combate à epidemia da peste bubónicaKnight of the Order of the Tower and Sword of Portugal for distinguished services in Macau in the fight against the epidemic of the the bubonic plague

         
    Cavaleiro da Ordem de CristoKnight of the Order of Christ

         
    Cavaleiro da Ordem de AvizKnight of the Order of Aviz

         
    Cavaleiro da Ordem de Torre e EspadaKnight of the Order of the Tower and Sword of Portugal

         
    Silver and Gold Medals for Exemplary Conduct, given for diligent overseas service.


 

Citations

  1. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., II-767.
  2. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed.
  3. [S21] AJ Gonçalves Pereira, A minha autobiografia, p32.
 
 
 
 
 

Francisco Gonçalves do Rego1,2

M, #1666


Eventos Principais Main Events:


Family:

Ana Maria Pereira

Child:

António José Gonçalves Pereira+1 b. 26 Jul 1855, d. 9 Jan 1942
 

 

Citations

  1. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed.
  2. [S642] Jorge Forjaz, Famílias Macaenses 2nd ed., III-679.
 
 
 
 
 

Ana Maria Pereira1,2

F, #1667


Eventos Principais Main Events:


Family:

 

Outros detalhes Other details:

  • Married Name: Do Rego.1
 

Citations

  1. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed.
  2. [S642] Jorge Forjaz, Famílias Macaenses 2nd ed., III-679.
 
 
 
 
 

Pedro Nolasco da Silva Jr1,2,3

M, #1672, b. 30 April 1876, d. 13 August 1946

Parents:

Father*: Pedro Nolasco da Silva4 b. 6 May 1842, d. 12 Oct 1912
Mother*: Edith Maria Angier4 b. 20 Dec 1850, d. 16 Nov 1927

Eventos Principais Main Events:

Birth: 30 April 1876, Macau4
Death: 13 August 1946, Sé4

 

Outros detalhes Other details:

  • (Witness) Photo: He was in the Photo of Porfírio Nolasco da Silva; The sons of Pedro Nolasco da Silva at Coimbra University, Portugal.
 

Citations

  1. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., II-783.
  2. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., I-629.
  3. [S642] Jorge Forjaz, Famílias Macaenses 2nd ed., I-804, III-702, III-680.
  4. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed.
 
 
 
 
 

José Maria Nolasco da Silva1,2

M, #1673, b. 22 January 1878, d. 11 February 1960

Parents:

Father*: Pedro Nolasco da Silva3 b. 6 May 1842, d. 12 Oct 1912
Mother*: Edith Maria Angier3 b. 20 Dec 1850, d. 16 Nov 1927

Eventos Principais Main Events:

Birth: 22 January 1878, Macau3
Death: 11 February 1960, Benfica, LisboaLisbon, LisboaLisbon, Portugal3

 

Outros detalhes Other details:

  • FamiliaRibeiro*: Mentioned in Família Ribeiro.
  • (Witness) Photo: He was in the Photo of Porfírio Nolasco da Silva; The sons of Pedro Nolasco da Silva at Coimbra University, Portugal.
  • Honours*: ComendadorCommander Ordem Militar de Cristo de Portugal /Military Order of Christ of Portugal.4
 

Citations

  1. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., II-784.
  2. [S642] Jorge Forjaz, Famílias Macaenses 2nd ed., I-611 footnote, III-680, III-705.
  3. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed.
  4. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., II-783.
 
 
 
 
 

António Júlio Guimarães Lobato1,2

M, #1675, b. 3 August 1868, d. 2 September 1933

Parents:


Eventos Principais Main Events:

Birth: 3 August 1868, S. Pedro, Vila Real de Traz-os-Montes, Portugal3
Death: 2 September 1933, S. Lourenço, Macau3

 

Outros detalhes Other details:

  • Occupation*: Infantry officer, retired as a Lieutenant Colonel.
 

Citations

  1. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed., II-767.
  2. [S642] Jorge Forjaz, Famílias Macaenses 2nd ed., III-681.
  3. [S4] Famílias Macaenses 1st ed.