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51 The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1871 - 1912) Wednesday 27 April 1910

GILL1S ? WILLIS. ? April 26, at St. Charles' Ohurch,
Waverley, by Rev. Father Begley, John Gillis 'to
Lilian Willis. 
John Gillis
52 The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954) (Friday 17 June 1898 Page 1
On the 16June at his residence 231 Lygon-street Charlton ,William Arthur the dearly beloved husband of Mary Glenn aged 35 years R.I.P
Sydney and Newcastle papers please copy 
William Arthur Glenn
53 Was married with 3 children Bruce Dale Goodrich
54 GOODRICH DAVID BOYD 24/03/1974 49 Redcliffe Cemetery

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Other Names DAVID BOYD
Date Of Birth
Date Of Burial 27/03/1974
Date Of Death 24/03/1974
Age 49
Cemetery Redcliffe Cemetery
Plot Location 100/I/13  
David Boyd Goodrich
55 Second Husband Jim was acc killed in 1968
Buried 28-6-1968 Buried E 676 
Ellen Kathleen Harding
Service Australian Army
Service Number V84156
Date of Birth 4 May 1892
Place of Birth ARMADALE, VIC
Date of Enlistment 20 May 1940
Locality on Enlistment ELWOOD, VIC
Place of Enlistment CAULFIELD, VIC
Next of Kin HUME, MARY
Date of Discharge 12 Mar 1946
Rank Captain
WW2 Honours and Gallantry None for display
Prisoner of War No
George Adam Plock Hume
57 1970 B18639 Elsie Ruth Brown Frederick Ireton Ruth Jeffrey Elsie Ruth Ireton
58 Surname JACKSON
Given Names Thomas
Age 49 Y
Denomination Independent
Section H
Grave Number 0001089 
Thomas Walter David Jackson
59 Died on voyage to Australia. Benjamin Jermyn
60 His four youngest sons came to Ireland in 1660 Walpole John
61 The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Monday 23 June 1873 Page 4

ANDERSEN.?On the 22nd inst., at her residence,
Eliza Terrace, Barry street, Carlton, Isabella, the
beloved wife of W. Soren Andersen, Esq., aged 24
years. Sydney papers please copy.  
Isabella Laheen Lehane
62 The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Monday 23 June 1873 page 8

THE Friends of W S. ANDERSEN, Esq., are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his late wife to the place of interment, Melbourne General
The funeral to move from his residence. No. 2
Elia Terrace, Barry-street, Carlton, on Tuesday, 24th
inst., at 3 o'clock P.M
JOHN DALEY, undertaker, Latrobe and Spring
streets, Melbourne. 
Isabella Laheen Lehane
63 Margaret's daughter Elizabeth Agnes Saunders (nee Willis) was buried in the same grave on 15 Sep 1930. Margaret Laheen Lehane
64 MOLONEY MARY ELEANOR Fawkner Roman Catholic Burial 22 Nov 1928  Mary Ann Eleanor Laheen Lehane
65 5 Nov 1919 - Nancy Anne Hazell (nee Laheen) death notice -
The Muswellbrook Chronicle
Page 2

It i.s with deepest' regret that we,
(Merriwa Standard) have to record
the death of 'Granny' Hazell, which
sad event took place at the Merriwa
Hospital on Wednesday night last
as the result of serious injury cau
sed by a fall a few days previously.
At the time of the accident grave
doubts were entertained of her re
covery owing to the great ago of the
deceased lady-she was in her 93rd
year-and the . severe injury, and
shock she sustained by the fall.
Everything that medical skill and
careful nursing^'could do was done,
but unhappily without avail, and she
passed away as stated deeply la-
mented by tho whole community.,
The news of the sad occurrence has
cast a gloom over tho town and dis-:
trict, of which she-has been a great
ly esteemed and revered resident for.
many years past. She was the old
est resident in the locality, having
attained to tho advanced age ? of 02
on January -4th last.
To the family and relatives of the deceased lady
we tend our our sincere sympathy

Transcribed by Susan Tutin
copy of the notice send by Diana Balinger 
Nancy Anne Laheen Lehane
66 Notes for NANCY ANN LAHEEN (kindly provided by Trevor Hazell):
Ann arrived in Australia on the 8th January 1839, when she was about 10 years old and came to Scone by 1840 with her family group. She had eleven children in Scone over thirty years, before the family moved to Giant's Creek.
She died in 1919 as a result of a fracture of the thigh caused by a fall. Place of burial is shown as "Merriwa" and her religion as "Roman Catholic".

Nancy Anne Laheen Lehane
67 Cremated Ashes scattered over water by Ron,Sydney  Albert Lawless
68 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Ronald James Lawless
69 Jesse and Mary had 3 other children they all Married and had children Jesse Lindores
McCANN Harold -March 1 1953
at the Repatriation General Hospital
Concord late o 90 Wellington Street
Bondi dearly beloved husband of
Gwen and loving lather of Stephen
aged 47 years

3 March 1953 p16

McCANN -The Relatives and Friends
of Mrs Gwen McCann and Stephen
of 90 Wellington Street Bondi arc
invited to attend the Funeral ol
her dearly beloved Husband and his
loving Father HAROLD to leive
the Metropolitan Funeral Home
Raliway Parade Burwood This
Daj after service commencing at
3pm for the Church of Eng
land Cemetery Rookwood
Railway Pde Burwood UJ2178 9 j 
Harold MacCann
71 http://www.ww2roll.gov.au/Veteran.aspx?serviceId=A&veteranId=362115 Harold MacCann
72 Link for birth registration transcription for Bridget Ellen Mannix Bridget Ellen Mannix
73 Was still living at property called West Chasmere on the St George to Mitchell before Judy and Joe were married Catherine Mannix
74 MOORE Edna Lavelle Death notice 06JUN1989 Death late of Sylvania Sydney Morning Herald 08JUN1989 Edna Ada Advelle McCann
75 McCANN Helen Caroline Death notice 22APR1960 Death 68 late of Fairfield Sydney Morning Herald 23APR1960 Helen Caroline McCann
76 McCANN Walter James Death notice 25JUL1963 Death 72 late of Earlwood Sydney Morning Herald 26JUL1963
Walter James McCann
77 The Sydney Morning Herald

Death Notice

Marie Beatrice Willis March 5 1993 At St John of God Hospital, Goulburn late of Hopeton Court, Anglican Retirement Village Castle Hill. Private Cremation.

Information provided by Susan Tutin 
Maria Beatrice McCullock
78 Place 57 Block XB. Anthony Francis McGovern
79 Conflicting evidence on the maiden name of Sarah McLennan. On Elizabeth McLennan's death registration it states that Sarah McLennan was formerly Ashton. However, the marriage registration details for Edward Stacey and Elizabeth McLennan state a different maiden name for Sarah McLennan (it is difficult to read but looks like McGuire). Sarah McGuire
80 Coburg Cemetery CHURCH OF ENGLAND: Compartment: C Grave No: 27. Elizabeth McLennan
81 Section 3 (C of E) Grave No. 43 Sarah McLennan
82 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
83 Son of the late John Moloney Thomas Alphonsus Moloney
84 The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Thursday 1 January 1925Page 7


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
85 Birth date may be 16 Aug  Florence Amelia Moody
86 Death date needs to be checked as one source states that she lived for only seven days. Florence Amelia Moody
87 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
88 William Moodie appears in the Colonial Tasmanian Family Links database (id 399647) held by the Archives Office of Tasmania. William Moody
89 Coburg Cemetery CHURCH OF ENGLAND: Compartment: C Grave No: 27. Patrick Phillip Morgan
90 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
91 WILLIS. - The relatives and friends
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.
A.F.D.A. Est 1830 FA4136.  
Mary Evelyn Murphy
92 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
93 Catholic portion no 198 Rose Murphy
94 Irish Convicts to New South Wales 1791-1835 Rose Murphy Rose Murphy
95 Joseph Willis family Transcription from NSW 1828 census Rose Murphy
96 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
97 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
98 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
99 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
100 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

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