|Father:||Samuel Rodier Heath|
|Married:||__/__/1858||Margaret Miller #4220|
|Children:||__/__/1859||Samuel Rodier Heath|
|__/__/1861||Margaret Agnes Heath|
|__/__/1862||Mary Mosely Heath|
|__/__/1866||Emma Isabella Heath|
|__/__/1866||Jessie Maria Heath|
|Children:||__/__/1872||Alfred Moss Heath|
|__/__/1874||Florence Eliza Heath|
|__/__/1884||James Roberts Heath|
|__/__/1887||Harold Rosales Heath|
James Roberts Heath emigrated to Australia, arriving in Sydney aboard the "Eagle" on the 1st April 1852, according to his age, correlated with details from the Public Records Office (code B, fiche 091 page 6) and the Sydney Morning Herald of the following day. He came steerage with 16 others, and 10 1st class passengers.
At one time, he lived at Keppel St Carlton.
I believe it might have been James who built a wattle-and-daub hut in Bendigo which is still in the National Trust.