Perhaps one of the earliest families from the UK to settle in the United States was in and around Warren & Barkhamsted, Litchfield, Connecticut after arriving in New York on 8th April 1849. The family was Henry and Ann with their children. I tell their story on the page “Henry 1810”.
The only Australian ones I have any details of were in Victoria. Joseph died in Northcote on 29th January 1928 age 72 giving a birth year around 1856. His death register entry states his parents were Daniel, a coal miner, and Hannah nee LONGSHAW. In 1875 he married Emma nee JOHNSON who also died in Victoria, aged 74 in 1930. They are in the 1901 UK census with their family at Kidsgrove, Staffs but the couple emigrated in October 1913. Their two youngest sons had left the country together exactly a year prior to them - Walter born 1886 and William Henry born 1888 - and lived to a good age, both of them dying in Victoria in 1971. Joseph’s death register states the names and ages of his children, including deceased Daniel and James - see the Miners page under Deaths below..
The late Robin Carroll in Brisbane sent me this picture of a workshop for “Gidman Tyres” at Hatton Vale, fifty miles west of there. She located a relative of the owner in Brisbane. They are from Victoria and so they may be descendants of Joseph.