Peggy is put into service with Robert Campbell, “late with Robert Campbell”. She applies to marry Jonathon Goldspink at Heber Chapel, Narellan (Cobbitty) and are married by Reverend Thomas Hassall in 1832. She moves to Yass, has 7 sons and daughter sand dies at Bago Station Tumbarumba. Jonathon becomes an alderman on Yass town council. Their eldest daughter Ann, marries twice and her second husband is Thomas Conquit, (Corncrake, Cornquade, Corncream) a man of African descent. J L Kohen 2009 (see videos by Neil Sainsbury)