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101 Section 3 (C of E) Grave No. 43 Sarah McLennan
 
102 Gabrellie Mackey has solved the mystery surrounding the immigration of John,Catherine& James Mannix.
They did not travel to Australia under the name of Mannix .A historian at the Clare Heritage Center wrote down the name Minogue. She said that the two names were used interchangeably in Clare last century.
John, Catherine & James arrived on the ship 'Maria' on 29 June 1850 as assisted immigrants.

It is assumed that John could not write as he signed his last will and testament with the X mark, this is confirmed by the shipping records. It is recorded the he could neither read or write.

 
John Minogue Mannix
 
103 LOCATION DETAILS< 1 OF 1 >
Plot Number 282586
GIS Location FA-R/C*H***1265
Area Name Roman Catholic
Cemetery Fawkner Memorial Park
Burials 2
Cremations 0
Burial Number 606144
Surname MALONEY
Given Name THOMAS
Date of Birth
Date of Death
Age 50 Y
Service Date 26/12/1924
Service Type Interment

Link http://www.gmct.com.au/deceased-search/

 
Thomas Alphonsus Moloney
 
104 Son of the late John Moloney Thomas Alphonsus Moloney
 
105 The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Thursday 1 January 1925Page 7


CRUSHED BY GIRDER.

Workman's Death Investigated.

The death of Thomas -Alphonius
Moloney, aged 50 years a married man,
who lived at 125 Nicholson street. Carlton,
was the subject of an inquest at the
morgue yesterdayThe coioner (Mr. T).
Bettiman) was told that Moloney was
killed when a steel gilder weighing many
tons crust him him on the afternoon of
December '24, while he was working at a
building .7 Little Collins street which was
being demolished, he was employed as a
brick cleaner.
.John Ryan, builder's labourer, of.Collins
ing street, West Brunswick, said:-About
quarter to 2 o'clock On the afternoon
in question I was standing on the roof of
an office at the building which was being
demolished. I was superatending the lowering of a steel girder
on a block and tackle. When the eastern end of the girder
was about 3ft. from the ground I called out "Is everything clear The man operating the tackle replied, "Yes." The
Western end of the girder was then swung clear of the building. The next thing I knew was that Moloney was lying' crushed
under the eastern end of the girder, he was
was apparently struck,on the head. Con-
stable MonkiviUli was summoned, and
Moloney was found to be dead. Maloney was working some distance from the girder. He was .cleaning bricks and carry-
ing them to be stacked by the roadway,
in the ordinary course of events he would
not have had to pass the derricks on the
way to the road.
The coroner returned a verdict of accidental death 
Thomas Alphonsus Moloney
 
106 Birth date may be 16 Aug  Florence Amelia Moody
 
107 Death date needs to be checked as one source states that she lived for only seven days. Florence Amelia Moody
 
108 A detailed history of the Moody family in Tasmania has been written by John J Meehan in his book "From Shere to Eternity". James Moody
 
109 William Moodie appears in the Colonial Tasmanian Family Links database (id 399647) held by the Archives Office of Tasmania. William Moody
 
110 Coburg Cemetery CHURCH OF ENGLAND: Compartment: C Grave No: 27. Patrick Phillip Morgan
 
111 WILLIS, Mary Evelyn. - Febru-
ary 18, 1954, dearly beloved mother
and mother-in-law of Agnes and
Alfred (Mr. and Mrs. A. Bassman),
Arthur and William and Mary (Mr.
and Mrs. W. Willis), R.I.P. 
Mary Evelyn Murphy
 
112 WILLIS. - The relatives and friends
of the late MARY EVELYN WILLIS
are invited to attend her Funeral
to leave the Kinsela Chapels
Taylor Square, Darlinghurst, Next
Monday at 11 a.m. for the Catholic
Cemetery, Botany.
CHARLES KINSELA PTY LTD
A.F.D.A. Est 1830 FA4136.  
Mary Evelyn Murphy
 
113 An enquiry was held into the conditions on board the Janus after her arrival relating to prostitution during the voyage. Details of the enquiry can be found in Historical Records of Australia Series 1 volume X p. 319-332 Rose Murphy
 
114 Catholic portion no 198 Rose Murphy
 
115 Irish Convicts to New South Wales 1791-1835 Rose Murphy Rose Murphy
 
116 Joseph Willis family Transcription from NSW 1828 census Rose Murphy
 
117 The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (6 May 1820 page 2)
Ship News
On Tuesday arrived from England and Ireland, the ship Janus, Captain Mowat, having on board 105 female prisoners, and 26 children. She sailed from the Cove of Cork the 5th of December; entered the harbour of Rio the 7th of February, and delayed a fortnight. — Passengers, The Rev. Philip Connelly, and Rev. Joseph Tharry.— The death of the Surgeon Superintendent, Dr. Creagh, R.N. is much to be regretted; which lamentable event occurred when the ship had arrived off Van Diemen's Land.
 
Rose Murphy
 
118 When Thomas Murphy married he took on the surname of his step father - Willis. His children are recorded as Willis. Although he was buried as Thomas Murphy Thomas Murphy
 
119 When Thomas Murphy married he took on the surname of his step father - Willis. His children are recorded as Willis. Although he was buried as Thomas Murphy Thomas Murphy
 
120 When Thomas Murphy married he took on the surname of his step father - Willis. His children are recorded as Willis. Although he was buried as Thomas Murphy Thomas Murphy
 
121 Dorothy Edna English
BIRTH unknown
DEATH 4 Jul 2003
BURIAL
Toowoomba Garden of Remembrance
Toowoomba, Toowoomba Region, Queensland, Australia
MEMORIAL ID 180672258 View Source

MEMORIAL
PHOTOS 0
FLOWERS 0
Gravesite Details Age 88. Cremated 08-Jul-2003
Flowers

Source Find A Grave Transcribed by Susan Tutin 
Dorothy Edna Frances Neale
 
122 Grave Search Toowoomba changes each time I check in and search
Toowoomba Cemetery displayed not Pittsworth Cemetery and not listed in Australia Cemetery Index 
Dorothy Edna Frances Neale
 
123 Funeral Notice
NEALE, Mr George Wharf Street Shornecliffe-Relatives and friends of Mrs M E Neale and Family are respectfully informed of the death of her beloved husband their Father , Father-in-law
The Funeral is appointed to leave the Parlor 400 Wickham St To-morrow (Wednesday) at 10 am for Lutwych Cemetery METROPOLITAN FUNERALS
 
George Neale
 
124 Wallanderry (Campbelltown on Death Cert) Georgina Lucy Rose Neale
 
125 Worthington, Georgina Lucy Rose, d. 3/4/99, age: BN, d. hospital, Spouse:Bill (D), Children:Bill, Margaret, Bob, Norma, Ken, Bruce,Ruth, Phillip, Neal, Tony & Judy, formerly of St George, sister of George & Betty, & sis-in-l of Hughie, buried St George 9-4-1999,service-Berowra Heights Catholic Ch 8-4-1999,CM 7-4-1999" Georgina Lucy Rose Neale
 
126 Died at home Josephine Mable Lehane Neale
 
127 Father of 5 children
 
James Joseph Newell
 
128 Some general information on the Noud Family was found on the Genealogy.com GenForum under the topic "Noud family Kildare, Ireland to NSW & QLD Australia:

http://genforum.genealogy.com/noud/messages/1.html 
Margaret Noud
 
129 2684 O'NEILL AGNES WILLIS 1 & 1/12 27 JANUARY 1900 BREWARRINA CATHOLIC 28 JANUARY 1900
 
Agnes Willis O'Neill
 
130 http://crm.nmclm.com.au//crm/CustomPages/OPMapDotNet/MapRenderV11.aspx?Longitude=151.705794&Latitude=-32.865999&Loca_LocationId=1265260&de Margaret Mary O'Neill
 
131 Cremated Margaret Mary Pahlow
 
132 PAHLOW-SILADY, Pauline
Mary

Much loved wife of Stephen (deceased) and loving sister to
Robert, Margaret, Mary (all deceased) and Edward and
Elizabeth.

Previously of Greville Street, Chatswood, she died peacefully
after a long illness at Mary Potter Nursing Home, Ryde,
aged 84 years, on 26 December 2006.

May she rest in peace.

A Requiem Mass will be offered
at the Mary Potter Chapel, 678 Victoria Road, Ryde on Tuesday
2 January, 2007 at 11.00am. Following the Mass the burial
will be in the Macquarie Park Lawn Cemetery, Macquarie
Park, Plassey Road, North Ryde.

Gregory & Carr
Gordon 9498 4455

Australian Owned
The Sydney Morning Herald Thursday, 28 December 2006

PAHLOW-SILADY,
Pauline Mary.

Much loved wife of Stephen (deceased) and loving sister to
Robert, Margaret, Mary (all deceased) and Edward and
Elizabeth.

Previously of Greville Street, Chatswood, she died peacefully
after a long illness at Mary Potter Nursing Home, Ryde,
aged 84 years, on December 26, 2006.

May she rest in peace.

A Requiem Mass will be offered
at the Mary Potter Chapel,
678 Victoria Road, Ryde, on
Tuesday, January 2, 2007 at
11 a.m. Following the Mass,
burial will be in Macquarie Park Lawn Cemetery, Macquarie
Park, Plassey Road, North Ryde.

Gregory & Carr
Gordon 9498 4455

Australian Owned
The Sydney Morning Herald Friday, 29 December 2006

Information provided by Susan Tutin
 
Pauline Mary Pahlow
 
133 Macquarie Cemetery NSW

Pahlow-Silady Pauline Mary Burial RCLAWN/BLOCK15/0864 02/01/2007

Surname: Pahlow-Silady Type: Burial
First Name: Pauline Other Names: Mary
Date of Death: 26/12/2006 Interred Date: 02/01/2007
Location Section Position
Roman Catholic Lawn Block 15 0864
 
Pauline Mary Pahlow
 
134 Roll of Honour - Robert Maxwell Joseph Pahlow Service number: 411255 Rank: Flying Officer Unit: 456 Squadron Service: Royal Australian Air Force Conflict: 1939-1945 Date of death: 29 April 1944 Place of death: English Channel

http://www.ww2roll.gov.au/Veteran.aspx?ServiceId=R&VeteranId=1059471 
Robert Maxwell Joseph Pahlow
 
135 Registred as Pillagreen Henry George Joseph Pellagreen
 
136 Probert
David
1932-11-30

http://crm.nmclm.com.au//crm/CustomPages/OPMapDotNet/MapRenderV11.aspx?Longitude=151.706967&Latitude=-32.867675&Loca_LocationId=1243835&deceasedId=294669&emailSMSMode=true&fullScreenMode=false&printMode=true&publicAccessMode=true&decSearchMode=true 
David Probert
 
137 Probert David Henry 1962-04-23

http://crm.nmclm.com.au//crm/CustomPages/OPMapDotNet/MapRenderV11.aspx?Longitude=151.706955&Latitude=-32.867679&Loca_LocationId=1243836&deceasedId=294671&emailSMSMode=true&fullScreenMode=false&printMode=true&publicAccessMode=true&decSearchMode=true 
David Henry Probert
 
138 John was born John Wandless,his father William or John Wandless died in August 1848,his mother remarried a Thomas Quinn and hence his name became John Wandless Quinn,the name named Wandless for reasons only known to himself,possibly for convenience seems to have been used as his second name as he became known as John Wandless Quinn and all his children surnames were named Quinn.
Name John Wandless Quinn Born 1846 Married 1871 Died 1902
Occupation A Mayor of Warwick Policeman,Politician,Publican Royal Exchange&Criterion Hotels at
Warwick,Gracemere Hotel near Rockhampton,he was also a committee man on the Eastern Downs Horticultural Society.He moved from Warwick to Gracemere approximately 1898

Died at 56 after a long and painful illness.

Extracted from "The Courier Mail" on the 23rd June 1888,I believe it was submitted by John:-

Quinn- In loving rememberance of my dear mother,Elizabeth Quinn who died in Grey Street on the 23rd June 1868

Twenty years have passed away
Since my dear mother was called away
She in a silent grave does lie
And we her loss do mourn and weep,
Thy will O Lord be done 
John Wandless Quinn
 
139 She came to Ireland in 1659 Jane Raper
 
140 Married Moira Wynn Dean
3 sons 
Kenneth John Frederick Retallack
 
141 See source Kenneth Charles Richards
 
142 All thirteen children were born at Monderhid Elizabeth Roberts
 
143 She migrated with her family when six years of age. Florence Anna Rosbrook
 
144 She told her children how she played on Hampstead Heath as a child. Florence Anna Rosbrook
 
145 Goonellabah Lawn Cemetery Portion: G; Section: 93; Lot: 50  Phillis Sadler
 
146 Willis Ivy Veronica -August 11 1978 at hospital. Late of Mowbray Rd Chastwood, loved mother of Thomas and Jack, mother in law of Joan and Marie, Grand Mother of their children. In her 91st year. Private cremation.
 
Ivy Victoria Seears
 
147 22331/1957 SARGENT FRANK EDWARD ENGLISH ELLEN VERONICA SYDNEY  Ellen Veronica Shipp
 
148 Silady Stephen Burial RCLAWN/BLOCK15/0863 07/08/1991


Surname: Silady Type: Burial
First Name: Stephen Other Names:
Date of Death: 04/08/1991 Interred Date: 07/08/1991
Location Section Position
Roman Catholic Lawn Block 15 0863

Macquarie Park NSW Aus 
Stephen Silady
 
149 Catherine died in 1903 aged 86. This indicates that she was born 1817
( 1903-86 = 1817)

It recorded on the shipping list that Catherine could read
 
Catherine Skahan Skeahan
 
150 Records of Millingtons Funeral Directors state that Edward Archibald Stacey was cremated and his ashes placed in the NICHE WALL, Section M, Number 4, Row B. Edward Archibald Stacey
 

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