M, #9024, b. 11 November 1818, d. circa 1861
Antónia da Esperança Barreto b. 19 Feb 1819, d. 23 Mar 1895
- Birth*: 11 November 1818 at England.
Fundou em 1854 uma sociedade de armadores de navios com Frederick John Angier, sob a firma Angier & Allanson, que tinha sede em Macau e sucursais em Cantão e Xangai. Além disso era proprietário do próprio navio que comandava, com o qual fazia comércio de chi, sedas e porcelana chinesa entre Cantão, Macau e Inglaterra. Era protestante, e casou com licença de disparidade de culto, autorizando que a mulher educasse todos os filhos na religiao católica. Consta por tradição familiar que ele prometera a filha Mariquinhas que se converteria ao catolicismo, quando voltasse da próxima viagem - da qual não voltou, pois morreu no naufrágio.
He founded in 1854 a ship-owning partnership with Frederick John Angier, under the firm Angier & Allanson, which was based in Macau and had branches in Canton and Shanghai. He also owned the ship he commanded, with which he traded in tea, silk and Chinese porcelain between Canton, Macau and England. He was Protestant, and married with the condition that his wife educated all their children in the Catholic faith. There is a family tradition that he had promised her daughter Mariquinhas to convert to Catholicism when he returned from his next voyage which never occurred because he died in shipwreck.
- Marriage*: _ M. Antónia da Esperança Barreto, daughter of Bartolomeu Barreto, at S. Lourenço, Macau, on 14 November 1843.4
- Death*: Circa 1861.
F, #9025, b. 19 February 1819, d. 23 March 1895
Father*: Bartolomeu Barreto b. 21 Jul 1784, d. 25 Feb 1845
William Henry Allanson b. 11 Nov 1818, d. c 1861
- Birth*: 19 February 1819 at Macau.
- Married Name: Allanson.1
- Marriage*: _ M. William Henry Allanson at S. Lourenço, Macau, on 14 November 1843.1
- Death*: 23 March 1895 at Sé, Macau.
- Burial*: Buried at Cemetery of S. Miguel, Macau,