I don't think Sarah ever met her cousins but it is possible she met cousin Richard Pope because he lived in Melbourne, Victoria for a few years before moving to Western Australia. Richard was born in Redfern, Sydney in 1850, and had several brothers and sisters, but for reasons unknown he 'disappeared' when he was only 13 years old. The advertisement that his father placed in the paper mentions that he left from Dr Egan's place in Jamison St (near Circular Quay). There was also a similar notice in the Police Gazette. Is it possible that Richard was working at Dr Egan's?
|New South Wales Police Gazette, Nov 1863 p. 350|
|Sydney Morning Herald 3 Nov 1863|
|Sydney Morning Herald 2 September 1864|
|Funeral notices for John Aaron Pope. Richard is named in the fourth notice.|
Sydney Morning Herald 27 Apr 1885
|The West Australian 17 Jan 1903|
|West Australian 21 Apr 1921|