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Macartney Annie (Bruce)

d. 27/8/1952 Chatswood

m. Charles George Macartney 1921 Chatswood

f. Alexander Clelend Bruce m. Mary Ann *

Living at Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll – Domestic Duties

Mack Harriett see Rovery Harriet

Mack Jemima (James)

b. abt 1840 Armagh Ireland d. 27/11/1930 Mosman br. Rookwood

m. Rev Hans Hamilton Mack ( Downpatrick Ireland - 1890 North Adelaide SA ) 1859 Sydney

f. Rev. Benjamin James m. Harriet

Ship: 1841

  1. (m) William A Mack b. 24/12/1859 Kiama d. 1915 Sydney
  2. (m) Hans Hamilton Mack b. 1861 Braidwood d. 1930 Epsom England
  3. (m) Albert H Mack b. 1863 Shoalhaven
  4. (m) Alfred James Mack b. 1865 Braidwood d. 1935 Mosman
  5. (m) Edward Hamilton Mack b. abt 1867 d. 1946 Mosman
  6. (m) Sidney Mack b. 9/12/1868 Tas d. 1934 Drummoyne
  7. (f) Marie Louise Hamilton Mack b. 10/10/1870 Hobart Tas d. 23/11/1935 Mosman (John Percy Creed 1896)
  8. (f) Emily Alice Mack b. 1872 Adelaide SA (Elias Pilcher 1903)
  9. (f) Florence Amelia Mack b. 1874 Clare SA ( William J Creagh 1908)
  10. (f) Clara Mack b. 1874 Clare SA
  11. (f) Amelia Catherine F Mack b. 1876 Grey SA
  12. (m) Edward Hamilton Mack d. 1946 Mosman
  13. (f) Amy Eleanor Mack b. 1876 Port Adelaide d. 1939 (Launcelot Harrison 1908)
  14. (m) Charles Augustus Mack b. 1877 Adelaide SA d. 1942 Mosman
  15. (f) Emma Ellen Mack b. 1878 Grey SA
  16. (f) Gertude Mack b. 1880 Morpeth d. 1937 Sydney
  17. (m) Norman Cecil Mack b. 1883 Balmain d. 1947 North Sydney

On the 24th instant, at her residence, Kiama, the wife of the Rev. H. Mack, of a son-premature birth. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 31 December 1859

(BY J.E.C.)

Mrs. Jemima Mack, widow of the Rev. Hans Mack, died last week.

Had she lived another three months she would have completed 90 years of life. Although in recent years she was blind, she evinced a lively interest in every-day affairs, and retained in a wonderful measure her cheerfulness and youthfulness of spirit to the end. A daughter of the then well-known Mr Benjamin James, senr., of Sydney, she was married to the Rev. Hans Mack in 1859, and shared with him experiences of circuit life in New South Wales, Tasmania, South Australia, and again in New South Wales, where Mr. Mack's ministry closed in 1890. He was one of the early and pioneer ministers of the Wesleyan Church, and was a member of the first Australian Conference in 1855. In those early days ministers of the church were liable to transfer at the will of the conference to any part of Australia. But Mrs. Mack not only never complained, but rather enjoyed the experience of making new friends, of enlarging her acquaintance with Australia, and of appraising differing types of character and varying modes of life. She especially enjoyed her experiences among the gold-diggers of Braidwood in the early 60's of last century and among the Cornish miners of South Australia in the 70's of that period. The mother of a large family, she devoted herself in her widowhood to the education and up-bringing of her sons and daughters, and how well she succeeded in that task is evidenced by the success achieved by them in their several lines of life. Two of her sons became doctors; another son attained eminence at the Bar, and is a leading King's Counsel; yet another is a civil engineer, and all the rest are in honourable commercial positions. Of the daughters three enjoy eminence in the journalistic and literary world. Who does not know Louie Mack, Amy Eleanor Mack, and Miss Gertrude Mick, through their frequent contributions to current journalism, whilst the other daughters are happily placed in homes of their own. One of her grandsons occupied till quite recently the position of associate to one of the Supreme Court Judges only relinquishing it to be called to the Bar. Always a great leader and possessed of a retentive memory, Mrs. Mack was pre-eminently a ready conversationalist. Well informed in many subjects, she kept up her interest in life right up to the last, having the daily papers read to her as also many of the best of modern books. She loved life and all that it stood for. Comparatively suddenly at the last she quietly slipped away. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Tuesday 2 December 1930 p 13(includes a photograph)

Mack Harriett see Rovery

Mackey/Mackay Agnes (Cavill)

b. 1850 at sea V18502034 38A/1850 1850 d. 26/12/1929 br. Bulli General

m. John Mackay ( ) 1868 Wollongong

f. Albert Cavill m. Harriett Oliver *

  1. (m) John A Mackay b. 1869 Wollongong d. 23/3/1887 Bulli Mine
  2. (f) Caroline Mackey *b. 1871 Newcastle 14539/1871 d. 30/9/1940 Bulli ( John Kilkelly 1891)
  3. (m) Thomas Mackey b. 1874 Wollongong d. 23/3/1887 Bulli mine
  4. (m) Albert Mackay b. 1876 Wollongong d. 1876 Wollongong
  5. (f) Margaret A Mackey * b. 1878 Wollongong d. 1903 Wollongong (James J King 1901)
  6. (f) Sarah Mackey * b. 1880 Wollongong d. 1957 Wollongong
  7. (m) Allan Mackay b. 1882 Woonona d. 1908 Woonona
  8. (m) Roger Mackay b. 1884 Woonona d. 1885 Woonona
  9. (m) William Mackay b. 1886 Woonona d. 23/3/1916 killed at South Bulli
  10. (m) John Thomas Mackay b. 1887 Woonona d. 19/7/1967 Helensburgh
  11. (m) Thomas O Mackey b. 1890 Woonona

1903 Electoral roll –living at Corrimal Domestic Duties

Sister-in-law of E Cavill (Ethel Blinkco ? )


Agnes Mackay., 79, of James Road Corrimal died on Thursday at midnight, after a few days of severs illness and will be buried to-day.

She was born on a sailing ship off the Cape of Good Hope, when her parents were en route to Australia. Later, she came to the South Coast in a bullock wagon as a little girl, from the Turon alluvial goldfields.

Mrs. Mackay played an active part with other women in stopping a trainload of blacklegs from getting to Old Bulli mine during one of the bitter struggles. She was possessed of wonderful vigor and strength of character.

Few women have undergone the shocks and sufferings of this old lady. Two of her sons were killed In the Old Bulli explosion, her husband died soon after, an other son died through injuries sustained at South Bulli mine, while a nephew she brought up from birth, was drowned a few years ago at a surf carnival at Wollongong.

Mackey Ellen (Curtis)

b. 1873 Ulladulla d. 28/4/1946 Bowral br. Burrawang

m. Timothy Peter Mackey (-1949 Bowral Son of John Makey & Mary Ann) 1898 Goulburn

f. Thomas Curtis m. Mary

  1. (m) Michael V Mackey b. 1901 Kiama d. 1922 Randwick
  2. (f) Elizabeth Doris Mackey b. 1903 Kiama (Douglas H Pain 1925)
  3. (m) Herbert Patrick Mackey b. 1905 Kiama d. 1968 Bowral
  4. (f) Beatrice Kathleen Mackey b. 1909 Kiama (Herbert H Kent 1935)
  5. (m) Ernest James Mackey b. 1910 Goulburn d. 1945 Dubbo

1903 Electoral roll –living at Tubbagong Domestic Duties. Husband a labourer.

Living Primrose Farm Bombo in 1909.


At the advanced age of 72, Mrs .Timothy Mackey, one of the oldest residents of Wild's Meadow, passed away at the District Hospital on Saturday.

Mr. Mackey and his wife came to the district forty years ago and had resided there ever since. They are highly re spected members of the community and much sympathy is expressed for Mr. Mackey and the family in their bereavement.

Her husband, two daughters (Mrs. D. Pain, of Bowral, and Mrs. H. Kent) and one son, Herbert, survive her. The Southern Mail (Bowral, NSW : 1889 - 1954) Friday 3 May 1946 Page 2

Mackey Sarah

b. 1880 Wollongong d. 1957 Wollongong

f. John Mackay m. Agnes Cavill *

1903 Electoral roll –living at Corrimal Domestic Duties

Mackel Catherine (McGahne/McGehan/McGahey)

b. abt 1832 d. 1/6/ 1887 Wollongong

m. Phillip Mackel (abt 1831 Fermanagh Ireland – 22/7/1897 Illawarra Rd Marrickville Son of Francis Mackel & Elizabeth Murphy) 1854 Roman Catholic Sydney St Mary’s V1854142 100

f. Joseph McGahey m. ?

  1. (f) Sarah Elizabeth Mackel b. 1856 d. 1863
  2. (f) Catherine Agnes Mackel * b. 1858 Sydney 600/1858 (William A Cheadle 1879 )
  3. (f) Jane Victoria Mackel b. 1860 Sydney 321/1860 d. 1860 Berrima
  4. (m) Philip Augustus Mackel b. 1861 Berrima 5289/1861 d. 4/12/1863 Sydney
  5. (f) Josephine Mackel b. 1863 Berrima 406/1863 (Patrick F Kenniff 1906)
  6. (f) Jane Elizabeth Mackel b. 1865 Berrima 6039/1865
  7. (m) Joseph Francis Mackel b. 1867 Berrima 6581/1867 d. 1867
  8. (f) Florence Adeline Mackel b. 1869 Berrima 6955/1869 d. 10/9/1877 Wollongong
  9. (m) Joseph Francis Mackel b. 17/7/1871 Wollongong 19602/1871
  10. (f) Elsie M Mackel b. d. br. Wollongong

MACKEL. —September 10, at the Post and Telegraph Office, Wollongong, Florence Adeline, the dearly beloved daughter of Philip and Catherine Mackel, aged 8 years and 8 months. The Sydney Morning Herald 17 September 1877

MACKEL - June 1, at Post and Telegraph Office, Wollongong, Catherine, beloved wife of Phillip Mackel.The Sydney Morning Herald 3 June 1887

Husband was the Post Master at Wollongong for over 25 years . Headstone: Beloved wife of Philip Mackel. A good and affectionate wife and fond and devoted mother

Macken Frances Ellen (Barton then Hodges)

d. 18/11/1901 Chatswood br. Gore Hill

m. Samuel Hodges (abt 1840-1873 Gladesville) 1861 Sydney

m. James Arthur Macken (abt 1853 - 1913 Sydney) 1882 Sydney 1528/1882

f. Daniel Barton m. Frances

  1. (m) John J Hodges b. 1862 Sydney d. 1927 Granville
  2. (f) Elizabeth Hodges b. 1865 Sydney (William Cook 1884)
  3. (f) Frances E Hodges b. 1868 Sydney d. 1928 Chastwood (Frederick Booker 1891)
  4. (f) Elizabeth Hodges b. 1865 Sydney (William Cook 1884)
  5. (m) William H Hodges b. 1871 Sydney d. 1872 Sydney
  6. (f) Mary Frances Macken b. 16/1/1884 Clifton 22944/1884 d. 1963 Strathfield

Husband was charged with embezzlement of government funds in 1894 while post master at Clifton (committed for trial at Kempsey) . He was aquitted but was instructed to resume work at the head office.

Mackenzie see McKenzie

Mackie Barbara (Smith)

b. Montrose Scotland d. 21/8/1860 Lake Learmonth Vic

m. Rev George Mackie (1823 Fettercairn Kincardineshire- 12/12/1871 Burrumbeet Vic Son of John Mackie & Elizabeth Sheriff *)

f. William Smith m. Jane Crole

  1. (f) Jane S Mackie b. 2/5/1855 Kiama
  2. (f) Caroline K Mackie b. 25/12/1856 Kiama
  3. (f) Elizabeth Mackie b. 1859 Vic d. 21/8/1860 Learmonth Vic

On the 2nd instant, at the Manse, Kiama, the wife of the Rev. George Mackie, of a daughter. Empire 7 May 1855

At the Manse, Kiama, on the 25th instant, the wife of the Rev. George Mackie, of a daughter. Empire 29 December 1856

In 1857, when the family went to Lake Learmonth and Burrumbeet in Victoria

the 21st, August, of hooping-cough, it the Manse, Learmonth, aged 13 months, Elizabeth, infant daughter of the Rev. George Mackie

On the 21st instant, at the Presbyterian Manse, Lake Learmonth, Barbara, the beloved wife of the Rev. George Mackie, aged 30

years, late of Montrose, Scotland. Deeply regretted by all who knew her. The Star (Ballarat, Vic. : 1855 - 1864) Wednesday 22 August 1860 p 2

The Rev. George Mackie, Presbyterian minister, left his wife and three children in good health three or four weeks ago, and proceeded to Sydney to re cruit, by change and relaxation, his own health, that had become rather impaired by constant labours. A day or two since the reverend gentleman. was communieated with by telegraph, and informed that his children were sick, and his return desired. Mr. Mackie was in the country, and before he could reply his youngest child had died. Yesterday morning a imessenger arrived in town to telegraph to Melbourne, in hope Mr. Mackie had, arrived there, and to hasten his travel, as Mrs. Mackie was also dangerously ill. Half an hour after that messenger reached Ballanrat, Mr. Mackie's brother arrived with the intelligence of the death of the absent pastor's wife. The reverend gentleman arrived at Bainyong (Tuesday) afternoon, where he was met by his brother-in-law, the Rev. Mr. Hastie, who commuicated the sad news to him. Both gentlemen proceeded to Lake Learmonthr the same evening.

Every one may imagine the distress wlich will the the lot of the bereaved husband and farther on re turning to a home thus swiftly made desolate in his absence. Examiner (Kiama, NSW : 1859 - 1862) Saturday 1 September 1860

Mackie Elizabeth (Sheriff)

b.abt 1810 Fettercairn Kincardineshire d. 14/8/1883 Burrumbeet Vic

m. John Mackie (abt 1808 Fettercairn Kincardineshire- 17/4/1883 Burrumbeet Vic Son of David Mackie & Janet Smith)

f. George Sheriff m. Mary Money

Ship: 1853 Wanderer into Melbourne

  1. (m) Rev George Mackie b. 1823 Fettercairn Kincardineshire d. 12/12/1871 Vic (Barbara Smith *)
  2. (m) John Mackie b. abt 1834 Fettercairn Kincardineshire
  3. (f) Mary Mackie * b. abt 1837 Fettercairn Kincardineshire Scotland d. d. 4/5/1896 Darlinghurst (John Colley 1855)
  4. (m) Rev Alexander Mackie b. abt 1839 Fettercairn Kincardineshi
  5. (f) Jessie Mackie b. abt 1842 Fettercairn Kincardineshire
  6. (m) David Mackie b. abt 1847 Fettercairn Kincardineshire
  7. (f) Elisabeth Mackie b. abt 1852 Fettercairn Kincardineshire

Living at Kiama when her daughter was married by her eldest son.

MACKIE.—At Burrumbeet, on the 14th August, Elizabeth Sherriffs, widow to the late John Mackie, and mother of the Rev. Alex. Mackie. Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record (Vic. : 1882 - 1902) Friday 17 August 1883 p 2

Mackie Emily Fryer (Smith)

b. 1811 London d. 1885 Athelstane Range Rockhampton Qld

m. John Mackie ( 1783 Huntly Aberdeen Scotland- 10/5/1846 Dapto) 1835 Sydney

f. Herbert Smith m. ? Yeomans

Ship: David Scott 1834

  1. (m) John Herbert Mackie b. 12/6/1836 George St Sydney d. 1931
  2. (m) Robert Clifford Mackie b. 13/6/1837 George St Sydney d. 1919
  3. (m) William Edward Mackie b. 7/8/1838 Wollongong
  4. (f) Emily Rossalie Mackie b. 13/12/1839 Wollongong bp. CofE Dapto; Wollongong (Cyrus E. Doyle 1855)
  5. (m) Frederick Francis Mackie b. 14/4/1841 Wollongong bp CofE Dapto; Wollongong d. 1864
  6. (m) Duglas Smith Mackie b. 7/4/1843 Wollongong bp. Presbyterian Wollongong
  7. (f) Lillia Tarrant Mackie b. 29/11/1844 Wollongong d. 1892
  8. (f) Helen Susan Mackie b. 1/1/1846 Wollongong

“Birth August 7, 1838, at Wollongong, Mrs. John Mackie of a Son.” SMH 13 August 1838)

“On the 13th of December, at Wollongong, Mrs. John Mackie, of a daughter.” 18 December 1839

“BIRTH. At her residence at Wollongong, Mrs. John Mackie of a son. (The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser 19 April 1841)

“BIRTH. At Wollongong, on the 7th instant, Mrs. John Mackie, of a son.” The Sydney Morning Herald 15 April 1843

Scottish-born John Mackie had been married to a Janet Wilson. The couple had three children, namely James Alpheus, Frances and Eliza, who were born between 1810 and 1815. John arrived on the brig Ann in Sydney from South Africa in 1822. The two daughters arrived some years later.

Between 1826 and 1829, merchant Mackie was in partnership with John Dickson manufacturing beer, soap and candles.

Before 1833, Mr Mackie had his own business at 81 George St, Sydney, manufacturing soap. He sold the business for $200 in March 1834.

His only son, James, died at the age of 25 years when a small vessel, St Patrick, carrying a cargo of shells, sank off Botany Heads in early 1835. In June 1834, daughter Frances Mackie married Thomas William Ellis, a captain on the steamer William the Fourth. His youngest daughter of his first marriage, Eliza, married in December 1836 Edward Hammond Hargraves who, according to history, claimed the Government reward for the discovery of gold.

By that time, John Mackie had gone into a partnership with Captain John Swan who, in 1835, bought a new 40ft cutter, naming her Swan. One Saturday night, late in February 1836, the Swan, 12 passengers and a cargo of potatoes, departed Wollongong for Sydney in company with the ketch Sarah. Sarah, the leading vessel, lost sight of the Swan near Botany Bay. The little boat just disappeared without a sign if it was in strife. No-one survived. It was thought a plank may have sprung.

At the age of 51, in June 1835, John Mackie married Emily Fryer Smith. Between 1836 and 1846 the Mackies had eight children.

In March 1838 John Mackie purchased from George and Mary Ann Brown of Dapto Lots 3 and 4 in Section 1 in the township of Wollongong for $300. In February 1839 it was reported that Mr Mackie had established a brewery in Market St. By April 1840, Mackie was having problems and borrowed $1200 from the Savings Bank of NSW. Struggling with his business, he was compelled to take out a further mortgage for $400 in October of the same year.

Not being able to clear his debts, Mackie was forced into a release with John Collie within two months. John Mackie died on May 10, 1846, aged 65 years, leaving his wife Emily with eight children aged from four months to 10 years. On May 18 a letter appeared in the newspaper signed H H, criticising Rev M D Meares for refusing to perform a funeral service for Mr Mackie. It took only four days for a response from Rev Meares where he identified Henry Heathorn of Woodstock as the complainant. Rev. Meares stated he only had to explain his actions in refusing to perform the service to “his spiritual superior”.;jsessionid=F4F7D4453C850485914D5222148ADB17?sy=afr&pb=all_ffx&dt=selectRange&dr=1month&so=relevance&sf=text&sf=headline&rc=10&rm=200&sp=brs&cls=820&clsPage=1&docID=...120613GS34E7CGPN7

Mackieson Ellen Beasley see Hartigan

Mackrell Martha

b. abt 1846 d. 26/3/1932 Mt Eden NZ br. Waikaraka NZ

m. Alexander Mackrell (abt 1850 – 1/4/1939 NZ )

  1. (m) Robert McFadden Mackrell b. 1875 Newcastle
  2. (m) Richard Alexander Mackrell b. 1877 Newcastle d. 1943 NZ (Jessie Margaret Hardy 1905)
  3. (m) Walter Mackrell b.
  4. (f) Annie Catherine Mackrell (William Cornelius Conway 1904)
  5. (m) William Henry Clifton Mackrell b. 20/7/1881 Clifton d. 15/7/1917

MACKRELL – On March 26, 1932, at her residence, 77, View Road, Mt. Eden, Martha, dearly beloved wife of Alexander Mackrell, and beloved mother of Mrs. Conway, Dick, Bob and Walter MACKRELL aged 86 years. Interred this day at Waikaraka Cemetery. Auckland Star, Volume LXIII, Issue 73 28 March 1932 Page 1

Macready Mary J (Cromie)

b. Ireland d. 7/6/1897 Croydon br. Rookwood

m. John Macready (Ireland – Wollongong ?) Ireland

f. John Cromie m. Jane

  1. (m) William Macready b. 1839 Ireland
  2. (f) Jane Macready * b. 1841 at sea d. 1/6/1921 Wollongong (Charles Bessell 1862)
  3. (f) Elizabeth McCready b. 1843 Windsor St Matthews Presbyterian
  4. (f) Sarah McCready b. 1845 Windsor St Matthews Presbyterian
  5. (m) John McCready b. 1847 Windsor St Matthews Presbyterian
  6. (f) Martha McCready b. 1849 Windsor St Matthews Presbyterian

It is possible that either her son or husband was active in sport in Wollongong during the 1860’s they were bootmakers.

Madden Alberta Louise (Chasling)

b. 14/3/1866 Windsor d. 5/10/1936 Marrickville

m. Thomas H Madden 1886 Newtown

f. Joshua Watsford Chaseling m. Mary Ann Hull

  1. (f) Frances M Madden b. 1887 Newtown
  2. (m) Robert W Madden b. 1889 Newtown
  3. (f) Margaret A F Madden b. 1892 Wollongong
  4. (m) William E Madden b. 1895 St Peters
  5. (m) John H Madden b. 1897 St Peters
  6. (f) Myree M Madden b. 1901 St Peters

MADDEN.—October 5, 1936, at her daughter's residence, 92 Enmore-road, Marrickville, Alberta   Louisa Madden, relict of Thomas Madden, late of Newtown and Sans Souci. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Tuesday 6 October 1936 p 10

Madden/ Maddin Anne Norah (Carroll)

b. abt 1832 Ireland d. 24/11/1899 Milton br. Sandridge Cemetery Mollymook

m. Francis Madden (1819 Louth - 28/11/1899 Milton Son of Peter Madden & ?) 27/2/1851 Wollongong

f. Patrick Carroll m. Elizabeth

  1. (m) Peter Maddin b. 29/11/1851 Fig Tree RC Wollongong
  2. (f) Elizabeth Madden b. 7/6/1853 Jamberoo reg Kiama RC (John Woods 1871)
  3. (m) James Madden b. 11/5/1855 Kiama reg Kiama RC (Martha Colyer 1877)
  4. (m) Francis Madden b. 20/4/1857 Jamberoo bp Kiama RC (Elizabeth J Kent 1894)
  5. (m) John Madden b. 26/5/1859 Jamberoo bp Kiama RC d. 1946 Newcastle
  6. (m) William Henry Madden b. 15/12/1862 Yatteyattah via Ulladulla (Anne Guthrie 1880)
  7. (f) Mary A Madden b. 1864 Ulladulla (Thomas M Campbell 1887)
  8. (f) Sarah J Madden b. 1865 Ulladulla (Joseph Kennedy 1894)
  9. (m) Edward Madden b. 1868 Ulladulla (Esther Renton 1892)
  10. (f) Catherine Madden b. 1870 Ulladulla (Thomas A Murphy 1897)

She is recorded as Aherne for birth of John ?

Husband a labourer

He resident Figtree she of Wollongong

Madden Anne (Flanagan)

b. abt 1829 Ireland d. 1919 Sydney

m. Patrick Madden () 26/3/1856 Wollongong

f. Michael Flanagan m. Elizabeth Mullins *

Both resident Fairy Meadow

  1. (m) William Madden b. 1/6/1857 Berkley 12229/1857 (Mary Lowry 1887)
  2. (f) Elizabeth Mary Madden b. 3/9/1859 Five Islands 14195/1859
  3. (f) Annie Teresa Madden b. 20/10/1861 Five Islands 14488/1861 (John Dunne Kennedy )
  4. (f) Bridget Madden b. 19/4/1864 Dapto 16498/1864 (Thomas J Kiggins 1891)
  5. (m) John Edward Madden b. 25/7/1867 Berkley (Mary C Power 1912)
  6. (f) Catherine Madden b. 14/1/1870 Five Islands (James Cuddy 1892)

Madden Annie Cecelia (Townsend)

b. 27/11/1857 Fairy Meadow d. 12/4/1937 Lidcombe br. Corrimal Catholic

m. Maurice Joseph Madden (19/12/1851 Fig Tree – 11/1/1909 Son of John Madden & Mary Hillard *) 18/2/1879 St Francis Xavier’s

f. Thomas Townsend m. Jane Smith * see Blake

  1. (f) Florence Ada Madden * b. 2/8/1880 Bulli 27452/1880 (James Carrick 1904)
  2. (m) John Albert Madden b. 1882 Woonona 19720/1882 d. 1897 Dapto
  3. (f) Edith Jane Madden b. 14/3/1884 Bulli 22975/1884
  4. (f) Mary Beatrix Madden b. 30/3/1886 Bulli 24537/1886 d. 13/3/1891 aged 5 years
  5. (f) Elsie Veronica Madden b. 26/8/1888 Woonona 25858/1888 d. 21/3/1891 aged 2
  6. (f) Amelia Mary Madden b. 14/7/1890 Avondale 38029/1890
  7. (m) Maurice Leslie Joseph Madden b. 16/3/1892 Avondale 38944/1892
  8. (f) Elsie Beatrice Monica Madden b. 11/11/1893 Dapto 39396/1893
  9. (f) Annie I Madden b. 1895 Wollongong 38480/1895
  10. (f) Mary Veronica Madden b. 10/9/1897 Avondale

1903 Electoral roll –living at Avondale Domestic Duties


The death of Mrs. Maurice Madden, which took place at Nottinghill Road, Lidcombe, on Monday, removes a link with Old'o Illawarra. Her late husband was a member, of the pioneering, family of the Illawarra district, which resided where the Berkeley cemetery now stands. When the family came out from Ireland they first settled at Madden's Plains, which is called after the, family. The deceased was 80 years of age, and prior to her marriage was a member of the well-known. Townsend family of Fairy Meadow, where she resided with her brother, the late Mr. Jack Townsend, of South Africa, who in the early days kept the Forest inn Hotel, Fairy Meadow, which was situated near where the Fairy Meadow Council Chambers now stands. For many years the site of the hotel was marked by the frame of an old lamp on a tree. The late Mrs. Madden was connected with several well known- families. The late Mr. James Townsend, of Fairy Meadow, was a brother. The late Mrs. McKitten, of Corrimal, was a sister-in-law, and Mrs. W. Madden, of Denison Street, Wollongong, is also a sister-in-law; Alderman W. Madden, of Wollongong, is a nephew.

The surviving members of her family are: Mrs. J. Carrick, Coledale; Mrs, E. Richards, Arncliffe; Mrs. J. Flannagan, Coledale; Mrs. J. Dillon, Goulburn; Mrs. Jervis, Leichhardt, and Miss Mary Madden, Lidcombe. The interment took place in the Corrimal cemetery on Tuesday, Rev. Father McElligott, of Lidcombe, officiating at the graveside. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 16 April 1937 p 7

Madden Catherine (Harrington)

b. Glenhalloe (or Bolnbrae) Tipperary

m. Thomas Madden (abt 1837 Tipperary ) 1861 Tipperary Ireland

f. Michael Harrington m. Honora


  1. (m) Michael Madden b. 28/4/1865 Dapto 16901/1865
  2. (m) James Madden b. 8/4/1867 Winchacarribee bp Albion Park RC (Eleanor C McRea 1878)
  3. (m) Patrick Madden b. 18/6/1881 Robertson

Madden Ellen (Cawley)

b. 13/10/1867 Russell Vale d. 1945 Wollongong

m. John Patrick Madden (20/11/1867 Wollongong - 24/6/1946 Wollongong Son of John Madden & Johanna Gallagher *) 1899 Woonona

f. Michael Cawley m. Jane Geraghty *

  1. (m) Dr. John Cawley d. 23/3/1982 Killara (Gloria)
  2. (f) Ruth b. 30/6/1901 d. 10/6/1902 Wollongong
  3. (f) Mary J. Madden b. 1903 Wollongong d. before 1946 ( George Stephenson)
  4. (m) Vincent E. Madden b. 1909 Wollongong

1903 Electoral roll –living at Young St Wollongong Domestic Duties. Husband a contractor.

Madden Ellen (Champion)

b. abt 1837 d. 1898 Orange

m. Patrick Madden (-1895 Orange Son of Philip Madden & Mary) 26/4/1855 Wollongong

f. John Champion m. ?

Both resident Wollongong

  1. (f) Mary Madden b. 20/12/1855 Fairy Meadow
  2. (f) Margaret Madden b. 20/12/1855 Fairy Meadow
  3. (f) Ellen Madden b. 1857 Molong
  4. (f) Johanna Madden b. 1860 Bathurst
  5. (f) Ann F Madden b. 1862 Bathurst
  6. (m) Phillip John Madden b. 1863 Orange
  7. (f) Bridget Madden b. 1867 Orange
  8. (m) Patrick Madden b. 1870 Orange

The death is announced of Mrs. P. Madden, a resident of Orange for some twenty-five years, at her residence Moulder-street, from influenza after an illness of seven weeks. She was the relict of the late Patrick Madden, who died three years ago, and leaves a family of six daughters and two sons. Her age was 61. Western Champion (Parkes, NSW : 1898 - 1934) Friday 7 October 1898 p 4

Madden/Maddens Ellen (Walsh)

m. John Madden

  1. (m) Joseph Madden b. 6/11/1856 Shoalhaven bp Kiama RC
  2. (m) Patrick Maddens b. 6/11/1856 Shoalhaven bp Kiama RC
  3. (f) Mary Elizabeth Madden * b. 1864 Wollongong d. 6/5/1899 Corrimal (Bernard Ford 1897)

Husband a tailor

Madden Helen

Living at Woonona in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Madden Johanna (Gallagher)

b. abt 1838 Kilfinnan County Limerick Ireland d. 10/11/1927 Balgownie br. Corrimal Catholic

m. John Madden (abt 1839 Co Limerick Ireland- 30/8/1913 Balgownie Son of John Madden & Mary Hillard *) 1863 St Francis Xavier’s

Ship: David McKyber abt 1855

  1. (f) Mary Elizabeth Madden * b. 25/6/1864 Wollongong 16527/1864 d. 6/5/1899 Corrimal ( Bernard Ford 1897)
  2. (m) William Maurice Madden b. 26/1/1866 Wollongong d. 13/5/1943 West Wollongong (Rose Mooney *1894)
  3. (m) John Patrick Madden b. 20/11/1867 Wollongong d. 24/6/1946 Wollongong (Ellen Cawley *1899)
  4. (m) Francis Madden b. 4/6/1869 Wollongong d. 17/3/1902
  5. (m) Robert James Madden b. 9/5/1872 Wollongongd. 1954 Hurstville (Lillian Sarah Thomas *1900)
  6. (f) Bridget EllenMadden b. 5/10/1874 Wollongong d. 1/8/1890
  7. (f) Johanna Madden *b. 28/9/1876 Farie Meadow (Sidney Thorne 1901)
  8. (f) Margaret Lucy Madden b. 10/7/1880 Balgownie 27440/1880 d. 8 /9/ 1966 (William John Agnew 1905)

1903 Electoral roll –living at Balgownie Domestic Duties. Husband a farmer.


The death of Mrs. Johanna Madden, of Balgownie, took place at her home on Thursday night, November 10th, at the age of 90 years, and her remains were interred at the family grave at Corrimal cemetery, on Saturday afternoon. This interesting personality was one of the early pioneers of this district. She was born at Kilfinnan, County Limerick, Ireland. She arrived in Sydney by the sailing ship ‘David McKyber’ after a prolonged very rough voyage which took four months from leaving Ireland, to arrival in Sydney. She was then 18 years of age, and came almost straight to the South Coast, to the very house in which she died. Her husband pre-deceased hep by 14 years. He was also an interesting personality, and was also born in Limerick. He arrived in Sydney by the ship 'Kate,' in the year 1850 five years, prior to Mrs. Madden,- who was then Miss Gallagher. , After their marriage, Mr. Madden purchased the homestead, 'Balgownie' from which the town of Balgownie derives its name. The homestead was originally the officers' quarters' in charge of the convicts. The gaol in which the convicts, were kept at night, and when not working, was lower down, adjoining the property now known as Brennan's Paddock. The stone flags which form the floor of the wide verandah on three sides of the homestead, which are still well preserved, were brought from Parramatta in bullock drays by convicts, over Rixon's Pass, near Bulli. Mr. Madden's association with the Harbour and Rivers' Department as a deep sea diver, will be well remembered by many old residents of this district. The raising of the 'Austral,' which sank in Sydney Harbour (Neutral Bay); the 'Little Pet,' wrecked off Bellambi Reef ; the 'Llewellyn,' wrecked also on Bellambi Reef; the 'Queen of Nations,' wrecked off the Black Rocks Towrodgi; the 'John Penn,' wrecked south of Kiama; were amongst his salvage achievements, as were also the Coffer Dams at both Wollongong and Kiama, while those respective harbours were being made, and the laying of the foundation of the present Wollongong lighthouse. His diving at Wollongong Harbour was accomplished first in a diving 'Bell,' which was used before the advent of the diving dress or diving suit, which was by no means as up to-date as those being used for present day diving. Mrs. Madden had eight children, five of whom have survived her, the oldest being Mr. William Madden, of ' Wollongong; Mrs John Madden of Wollongong; Mr. Robert Madden (Forestry Department), Kogarah; Mrs. S. Thorne, Wollongong, and Mrs. W. Agnew, of Balgownie. She also has thirty living grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren. She retained her faculties to within three or four minutes of her death. She is greatly missed by all who knew her intimately, owing to her bright disposition and courteous manner. She was attended during her illness by Fathers Doherty, Dwyer and Farrell, who also officiated at the graveside in conjunction with Father Power, of Bulli.

Madden Lillian Sarah (Thomas)

b. abt 1874 d. 14/2/1976 NSW

m. Robert James Madden (9/5/1872 Wollongong – 1954 Hurstville Son of John Madden & Johanna Gallagher * ) 1900 Annandale

f. Edward Paul Thomas m. Isabella Sarah

  1. (m) Robert E F Madden b. 1902 Wollongong d. 1909 Wollongong
  2. (f) Isabel M Madden b. 1905 Wollongong
  3. (m) Charles R Madden b. 1910 Narrandera
  4. (m) John G Madden b. 1913 Grafton
  5. (m) Gregory William Madden b. d. 1980

1903 Electoral roll –living at Young St Wollongong Domestic Duties. Husband a contractor.

Madden Lucy

1903 Electoral roll –living at Balgownie Domestic Duties

(May be Margaret Lucy daughter of Johanna *)

Madden Margaret Maggie (Anderson )

b. 1865 Wollongong d. 8/4/1919 br. Rookwood

m. George Arthur Madden (-6/9/1932 ) 1888 Sydney

f. John Anderson m. Sidney *

  1. (f) Nellie Madden b. 1889 Wollongong d. 1965 Balmain
  2. (m) Frederick Madden b. 1890 Wollongong d. 1919 Petersham
  3. (m) George Madden b. 1892 Wollongong d. 1958 Burwood

Madden Mary (Hillard)

b. abt 1810 d. 26/9/1885 Newtown br. Corrimal Catholic

m. John Madden (abt 1790 Co Limerick Ireland - 23/9/1875 Bulli)

  1. (m) Phillip Madden b. abt 1834 abt 1836 Co Limerick Ireland d. 20/11/1887
  2. (m) Nicholas Madden b. abt 1836 Co Limerick Ireland d. 18/11/1891
  3. (m) John Madden b. abt 1839 Co Limerick Ireland- 30/8/1913 (Johanna Gallagher *1863)
  4. (m) Maurice Joseph Madden MP b. 19/12/1851 Fig Tree d. 11/1/1909 Avondale (Annie Cecelia Townsend *1879)
  5. (f) Bridget Madden *b. abt 1853 Berkeley d. 8/5/1931 Corrimal (Michael McKitten 1892)
  6. (m) William Madden b. 1/11/1855 Fairy Meadow d. 24/1/1919 Wollongong (? Mary Fahey *1879)
  7. (m) William Madden b. 1864 Wollongong 16572/1864 (note: is also listed as his mother being unmarried under Mary Hillard- an indication that her husband did not acknowledge the child as his)

Note: her husband was noted as having 12 children.

MADDEN. — On the 26th inst., at Newtown, Mary, relict of the late John Madden, of Bulli, aged 73 years, leaving a large family to mourn her loss. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 29 September 1885 p 2

Madden Mary (Fay/Fahey)

b. abt 1855 Appin d. 20/11/1940 Denison St Wollongong br. Wollongong General

m. William Joseph Madden ( abt 1855- 24/1/1919 Wollongong ?Son of John Madden & Mary Hillard *)1879 Campbelltown

f. Timothy Fahey m. Jane Moon

  1. (f) Mary Jane Madden * b. 7/8/1880 Mount Keira d. 25/6/1917 (Charles Heininger 1901)
  2. (f) Bridget A Madden b. 1886 Paddington
  3. (m) William Joseph Madden b. 1888 Paddington
  4. (f) Fabrola M Madden b. 1890 Woonona
  5. (f) Beatrice Madden b. 1893 Woonona d. 1894
  6. (f) Elizabeth Mary Madden b. 7/4/1895 Dapto
  7. (f) Agnes Madden b. 17/7/1897 Avondale
  8. (m) Edward Madden b. 22/6/1901 Avondale
  9. (f) Ada Madden b.

1903 Electoral roll –living at Avondale Domestic Duties. Husband a farmer.

The Late Mrs Mary Madden

With the passing of Mrs Mary Madden, at her residence, 28 Denison Street Wollongong, on Wednesday, this district lost one of its oldest pioneers. Born at Appin 85 years ago the deceased was a member of the well know Fahey family and spent the early years of her married life was the North Coast. Later on , she was associated with the old Forrest Inn at Fairy Meadow, after which she assisted her husband in conductive the Burlington Hotel onposite the Sydney Town Hall. The family took up residence in the Dapto district 50 years ago. The deceased who was held in very high esteern, reared a large family, nevertheless, always found the time to take an active part as a ardent worker for the Catholic Church. She was a great horse-woman in her younger days, and and a lover of farm-life. She always had a cheery word of welcome and assistance for all in need. The deceased, who was the relict of the late William Joseph Madden, is survived by six daughters: Fabrola, May, Ada, Elizabeth, Bridget and Agnes; and two sons (Edward and William Joseph) and brother (William Fahey). … Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 22 November 1940 p 13

Madden Rosanna/Rose (Mooney)

b. 12/10/1871 Fig Tree 19647/1871 d. 25/12/1964 br. Wollongong

m. William Morris Madden (abt 1866 - 13/5/1943) 9/10/1894 St Francis Xavier’s

f. John Mooney m. Ellen Comorton/Connaughton *

  1. (m) Francis W Madden b. 1895 Woonona d. 19/8/1916 France
  2. (m) William F Madden b. 1896 Woonona
  3. (f) Kathleen Ellen Madden b. 1898 Woonona d. 1985 Fairy Meadow (Patrick J Gavin 1922)
  4. (m) John David Madden b. 1900 St Peters
  5. (f) Mary Evelyn Madden b. abt 1903 d. 1986 (Norman A Morrow 1929 )
  6. (f) Ellen Therese Madden b. abt 1904 d. 1997 Nowra (Bernard R Lamond 1927 )
  7. (f) Elizabeth R Madden b. 1906 Woonona a nursing sister
  8. (f) Dolores Joan Madden b. 1909 Wollongong d. 15/2/2009 Moama (Charles Irwin Meincke 1939)
  9. (m) Robert Hubert Madden b. 1910 Wollongong d. 1936 Wollongong
  10. (f) Dorothy J Madden b. 1913 Wollongong
  11. (m) Raymond F Madden b. 1919 Wollongong
  12. (f) Saidie Madden (Wood)
  13. (m) Noel Madden

School teacher

Living at Woonona in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Madecki Victoria see Radecka

Madgwick Elizabeth Ann (Chapman)

b. 1844 CofE Prospect St Bartholomew’s d. 4/10/1952 Wollongong

m. George William Madgwick (abt 1847 Englan- 7/6/1948 Wollongong Son of George William Madgwick & Jane ) 19/12/1878 Qld

f. Samuel Chapman m. Ann

  1. (f) Ellen Amelia Madgwick * b. 28/3/1879 Qld d. 5/12/1948 Mayfield (James Dean 1900)
  2. (m) Reginald Stanford Magdwick b. 31/7/1881 Brisbane Qld d. 18/9/1959 Lidcombe (Isabel Beatrice Scully 1905)
  3. (m) Alfred Ernest Madgwick b. 1884 Parramatta d. 11/9/1951 Wollongong (Florence Taylor 1909, Ann Pearl Callaway 1913)
  4. (m) John William Madgwick b. 1886 Parramatta d. 1957 Newcastle (Gertrude Vera Eades)
  5. (f) Charlotte Jane Madgwick b. 1886 Parramatta d. 19/7/1970 Annandale (Harry Brown 1909, Henry Murphy 1950)
  6. (f) Elsie May Madgwick b. 1896 Woonona d. 1970 Wollongong (Jamaes Braham 1917)

Husband was a saddler and harness maker.

1903 Electoral roll –living at Fairy Meadow Domestic Duties

Madigan Gertrude

b.abt 1873 d. 5/3/1896 br. Wollongong General

f. Mortimer Madigan m. Alicia B Trussell

Brothers and sisters mostly born in Mudgee

Madwick Catherine

m. James Magwick

  1. (m) Patrick Magwick b. 1858 Wollongong

Magee see McGee

Maggs Christina Margaret (Lisson)

b. abt 1872 d. 29/8/1936 Bulli br. Bulli General

m. Herbert Maggs (1872 Rydal - 1954 Bulli Hospital Son of Charles H Maggs & Elizabeth J Payne *) 1893 Lithgow

f. Adam Lisson m. Margaret

  1. (m) Adam C Maggs b. 1894 Lithgow 19039/1894
  2. (f) Myra C Maggs b. 1896 Woonona 27340/1896
  3. (f) Frances Irene Maggs b. 9/7/1899 Crown St Wollongong 26764/1899
  4. (f) Grace C Maggs b. 1902 Lambton 3992/1902
  5. (f) Edith M Maggs b. 1904 West Wallsend 27724/1904
  6. (m) Herbert S Maggs b. 1906 West Wallsend 19089/1906

Maggs Elizabeth see Haining

Maggs Hannah Maria (Metcalfe )

b. 1881 Bulli 19046/1881 d. 15/11/1957 Woonona

m. James Richard Maggs ( 1874 Rydal- 11/2/1959 Woonona Son of Charles H Maggs & Elizabeth J Payne *) 1898

f. James Metcalfe m. Jane Ann Bollings *

  1. (m) Wilfred James Maggs b. 1899 Woonona d. 1976 Woonona
  2. (f) Ethel M Maggs b. 1901 Woonona
  3. (f) Elsie E Maggs b. 1908 Woonona
  4. (m) Harry Maggs b. 1913 Woonona

1903 Electoral roll –living at Woonona Domestic Duties. Husband a miner.

Magner Mary Josephine (Condon)

b. 19/3/1872 Shellharbor d. 19/12/1940 Kensington br. Botany

m. Thomas Joseph Magner (1874 Bega-9/10/1959 Kensington Son of Thomas William Magner & Catherine Mary) 1903 Albion Park

f. James Condon m. Elizabeth Clancy *

  1. (f) Mary E Magner b. 1904 Wollongong
  2. (f) Elizabeth Monica Magner b. 1905 Dapto
  3. (f) Joesphine C Magner b. 1906 Dapto
  4. (f) Agnetis Eunice Magner b. 1909 Wollongong d. 1982

1903 Electoral roll –living at Marshall St Dapto Domestic Duties

Maguire see McGuire

Maguire Ann/Anne (Noble)

b. 1818 Dromore Fermanagh d. 30/5/1891 Kangaroo Valley

m. Patrick Maguire (abt 1813 Drumgawny Bartin Fermanagh-16/11/1906 Kangaroo Valley Son of Phillip Maguire & Catherine Herne) 11/2/1845 Pettigo Fermanagh

f. Edward Noble m. Dorothea McCartney

Ship: Ben Nevis 1856

  1. (m) Edward Maguire b. 24/12/1845 Mullanmeen Fermanagh Ireland d. 1896 (Annie Sheerher)
  2. (f) Catherine Maguire * b. 1848 Margery Hill Ireland d. 17/7/1922 Berry (George Thompson 1872)
  3. (f) Dorothea Maguire b. 22/4/1852 Pettigo Fremanagh Ireland d. 1943 Concord ( John Louis Edwards 1886)
  4. (f) Ellen Maguire b. 224/1852 Pettigo Fremanagh Ireland d. before 1856
  5. (m) Robert Maguire b. 14/5/1850 Pettigo Fremanagh Ireland d. before 1856
  6. (f) Charlotte b. 18/8/1854 Pettigo Fremanagh Ireland d. before 1856
  7. (f) Ellen Maguire b. 12/9/1857 Marshall Mount (James Porter)
  8. (m) Robert Maguire b. 15/9/1859 Marshall Mount
  9. (f) Thomas Maguire b. 1862 Marshall Mount d. 1926
  10. (f) Annie Maguire b. 1862 Wollongong
  11. (f) Annie Charlotte McGuire b. 26/9/1864 bp. CofE Jamberoo; Kiama ; Shoalhaven

Residence Marshall Mount from about 1856.Lived in Kangaroo Valley according to her daughter Catherine’s obituary.

Her husband was the overseer at Marshall Mount having been recommended for the position by Dr Marshall in Ireland. After seven years at Marshall Mount where three more children were born, the Maguire family bid farewell and in 1863 Patrick took up fifty acres in Kangaroo Valley. Their first home consisted of slabs with bark roof and earthen floor. The nearest store was sixty miles away at Wollongong – this journey took three days with packhorse. Patrick kept buying more land and prospered and his property extended from his original fifty acres along Nugent’s Creek to the Cemetery. The area was known as Maguire Village with its own hall, post office and butcher’s shop.

Magennis Anne see McGuinness

Magrolick Catherine see McGoldrick

Mahanay/ Mahady/ Malady Margaret (Angest)

b. abt 1862 d. 5/2/1899 br. Wollongong General

m. Patrick Mahady (abt 1834 -12/10/1923 Paddington)

f. John m. Mary

  1. (m) Frederick Mahady b. 1884 Canterbury d. 1943 Randwick Joe Coster
  2. (m) Percy Manahay b. 1888 Waterloo d. 1926 Paddington
  3. (f) Ellen Manahay b. 1891 Kiama d. 1891 Kiama
  4. (m) Edward Lisle Manahay b. 1895 Kiama d. 1960 Marrickville (Florence L North 1919)
  5. (f) Myrtle Louisa Mahady b. 25/6/1897 Coombes St Wollongong 27689/1897 d. 1966 Balmain
  6. (m) Francis William Mahady b. 1885 Wollongong d. 7/6/1936 Wollongong Hospital

Maher Ann

m. Thomas Maher

  1. (m) John Maher b. 1861 Kiama

Maher Alice see Woods

Maher Catherine (Cullen)

b. abt 1813 d. 16/2/1870 br. Port Macquarie

m. John Maher 1845 RC Sydney, St Mary's

  1. (f) Catherine Maher b. 21/8/1848 Blue Gum Flat Gosford d. 13/12/1917 Waterloo (Joseph Rolleston)
  2. (m) William Maher b. abt 1856 Port Macquarie d/ 1/10/1883 Port Macquarie
  3. (m) Patrick Maher b. 1859 Port Macquarie
  4. (m) James Maher b. 2/9/1860 Wollongong 13998/1860
  5. (f) Sarah Maher b. 14/6/1863 Bulli 15042/1863

Maher Catherine (Mullens)

m. John Maher

  1. (f) Mary Ann Maher * b. 12/9/1849 Charcoal Creek V18492218 66/1849 (Frederic C Eiserer 1864, John Sydney Smith 1866)

Maher Johanna

f. Michael Maher m. Mary F

Her brother James and sister Mary arrived in 1856 and said on arrival that she was living in Wollongong

Maher Julia (Higgins)

b. abt 1850 Wollongong

m. James Maher (abt 1851 Wollongong – 1892 Wollongong Son of Thomas Maher & Mary Smith *) 28/2/1878 St Francis Xavier’s

f. Hugh Higgins

Profession: Dress Maker

  1. (m) Thomas Edward Maher b. 24/12/1878 Fig Tree Wollongong 25997/1879
  2. (f) Sarah Maher b. 28/10/1880 Fig Tree Wollongong 18768/1881
  3. (m) James Maher b. 8/9/1882 Fig Tree
  4. (m) Hugh Maher b. 12/9/1884 Figtree 22934/1884
  5. (m) William Francis Maher b. 21/7/1886 Fig Tree
  6. (m) John James Maher b. 18/10/1890 Fig Tree

Maher Mary

m. Dennis Maher

  1. (m) Dennis J Maher b. 1888 Woonona 25844/1888

Maher Mary (Smith)

b. abt 1814 Ireland d. 8/2/1877 Figtree br. Old Wollongong Catholic ?

m. Thomas Maher (abt 1803 Tipperary - 27/3/1865 Figtree Son of Edward Maher & Ellen Hackett) abt 1835

f. William Smith m. Mary McGuire *

  1. (m) William Maher b. 1836.
  2. (m) Edward Maher b. 1836
  3. (m) John Maher b. 2/8/1839 Wollongong
  4. (f) Ellen Matilda Maher * b. 30/11/1841 Charcoal d. 20/3/1884 (William R Bow 1860)
  5. (m) Thomas Maher b. 10/2/1845 Figtree
  6. (m) James Maher b. 7/4/1847 Wollongong d. 1892 Wollongong (Julia Higgins *1878)
  7. (f) Ann Maher b. 10/6/1849 Wollongong
  8. (f) Mary Maher b. 10/6/1849 Wollongong

MAHER.- On the 8th February, at her residence, Figtree, after a long and painful illness, Mary Maher, relict of the late Thomas Maher, aged 58 years. May she rest in peace. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 13 February 1877 p 2

Was granted permission to marry on 14.02.1835 by Rev McEnroe in Sydney. The 1841 Census shows the family living at Goondarren, Figtree. Upon his death, Thomas bequeathed his property and 2 allotments, being nos.2 and 3, on Mt Keira Estate to his wife.

MAHER Mrs. T. farmer — Fig Tree Grevilles Post Office Directory 1872

Maher/Meagher Mary (Slaven)

m. Dennis Maher 1879 Manning River

  1. (f) Elizabeth Maher b. 30/9/1886 Shellharbour

Maher Sarah Anne (Thompson)

b. 1849 CofE Dapto: Wollongong d. 29/7/1928 Double Bay br. Waverley

m. Mathew Edward Maher (1846 Sydney – 22/3/1921 St Vincents Hospital Sydney Son of Timothy Maher & Margaret ) 13/12/1870 Dapto

f. Andrew Thompson m. Elizabeth Weston *

  1. (f) Evaline Mary Maher b. 1874 Kiama
  2. (f) Mary Eleanor Maher b. 1876 Concord
  3. (m) Edward Timothy Horsley Maher b. 2/2/1878 Dubbo (maybe residence not place of birth) 24655/1878 bp. 9/3/1878 Albion Park RC
  4. (m) Marcus Norbert Maher b. 1879 Dubbo
  5. (m) Charles Weston Maher b. 1883 Canterbury
  6. (f) Cecily S U Maher ( Alfred M Jennings 1900)
  7. (f) Eileen I S Maher b. 1890 Cassilis

“On the 13th instant, at Dapto, MATHEW EDWARD MAHER,   Esq., Eli Elwah Station, Hay, eldest son of TIMOTHY MAHER, Esq., Five Dock, to SARAH ANNE, second daughter of the late ANDREW THOMPSON, Esq., J.P., Horsley, Dapto.”SMH 24 December 1870)


“MAHER.-February 2, at Penrose, Dapto, the wife of M. E. Maher, Narramine, near Dubbo, of a son.” SMH 8 February 1878

“MAHER -Feb.2. Dapto, Mrs. M. E. Maher, son.” SMH 16 February 1878

Another link with the foundation of Australia has been broken by the death of Mrs. Sarah Ann Maher, relict of Mr. M. E. Maher, of Collaroy Station, Merriwa, at her residence, Comialla, Carlotta Road, Double Bay (N.S.W.), In her 80th year. Mrs. Maher was the daughter of the late Andrew Thompson, and the granddaughter of Lieut. W. L. Weston, of West Horsley, Surrey, who came to Australia on the staff of Governor Phillip, and lived at West Horsley, Dapto, South Coast. Mrs. Maher is survived by her brother, Mr. J. A. Thompson, of Killara, and two sisters, Mrs. Carson Fisher and Mrs. Arthur Nixon, and her son, Dr. C. Weston Maher, and her daughter, Mrs. R. A. Clive, of Old Beach, Tasmania, Mrs. Alfred Jennings, of Merriwa, Mrs. Roger Hughes, and Miss E. Maher. The Mercury (Hobart) 7 August 1928

Mahon Mary (Macey)

m. John Mahon

  1. (m) Thomas Mahon b. 8/1/1857 Kiama bp Kiama RC

Mahon Mary Veronica Theresa

Living at Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll- teacher

Mahoney Bridget

b. 1881 Berry

f. John Mahoney m. Catherine Sheehy *

1903 Electoral roll –living at Shoalhaven St Kiama Domestic Duties

Mahoney Catherine (Sheehy)

b. abt 1844 Limerick Ireland d. 2/4/1911 Kiama br. North Kiama

m. John Mahoney (abt 1837 -10/5/1903 Kiama Son of William Mahoney & Elizabeth) 1871 Sydney

f. John Sheehy m. Catherine

  1. (f) Elizabeth Mahoney * b. 1872 Berry d. d. 25/5/1907 Kiama
  2. (f) Margaret Elizabeth Mahoney b. 1875 Shoalhaven
  3. (m) Michael Mahoney b. 1878 Shoalhaven d. 1945 Kempsey
  4. (f) Bridget Mahoney * b. 1881 Shoalhaven

1903 Electoral roll –living at Shoalhaven St Kiama Domestic Duties


THE death took place at her residence in Shoalhaven street on Sunday evening last of a very old and esteemed resident of this district, in the person of Mrs. Catherine Mahoney, relict of the late Mr. John Mahoney. The deceased lady, who had reached the age of 67 years, was a native of Limerick, Ireland, but had resided in this district for upwards of 46 years. She had been ailing for some considerable time past, and her demise was not unexpected. Mrs. Mahoney leaves a grown-up family to mourn their loss, for whom 'much sympathy is expressed in 'their bereavement. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon, a large number of sympathisers paying their last tribute of respect by following the remains to their lastresting place in the, R.C. portion of the North Kiama cemetery. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Wednesday 5 April 1911 p 2

Mahoney Catherine

m. Timothy Mahoney

  1. (f) Margaret T Mahoney b. 1885 Woonona 23779/1885
  2. (m) Timothy J Mahoney b. 1889 Central Cumberland 18370/1889

Mahoney Elizabeth

b. 1872 Berry d. 25/5/1907 Kiama br. North Kiama

f. John Mahoney m. Catherine Sheehy *

1903 Electoral roll –living at Shoalhaven St Kiama Domestic Duties


The death occorred at the Kiama Cottage Hospital on Saturday last of Miss Elizabeth Mahoney, The deceased young lady was a danghter of Mrs Mahoney, of Shoalhaven Street, Kiama, and for some time past had been a sufferer from an affliction of the throat. She was 39 years of age, and a native of Berry, Much sympathy is felt for the mother and the other members of the bereaved family, who are highly respected. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Tuesday 28 May 1907 p 2

Mahoney Florence Emma see Smith Florence Emma

Mahoney Margaret

1903 Electoral roll –living at Wandama Domestic Duties

Mahoney Mary

m. James Mahoney

  1. (m) Thomas Mahoney b. 1857 Kiama

Mahony Mary

Living Bulli in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Mahoney Mary Ann (Moore)

m. James Mahoney

  1. (m) James Albert Mahony b. 13/10/1863 Wollongong

Mains Ann (Owens)

b. abt 1841 Northumberland

m. James Mains ( abt 1839 Northumberland- 1885 Mt Keira ) 1870 Newcastle upon Tyne Northumberland

Ship: 1879 Clyde

  1. (f) Elizabeth Ann Mains * b. abt 1871 Northumberland d. 27/11/1948 Royal North Shore (Ralph Bell 1886)

Husband a miner

Major Ada Mabel

b. 1873 Kiama d. 1/1/1908 Lismore

f. Stephen Major m. Catherine McDivitt *

Living Barney St Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Major Catherine (McDivitt/McNiven)

b. 1849 Norfolk Island d. 23/8/1931 Kiama br. Kiama

m. Stephen Major (abt 1842 Ireland -26/11/1913) 1867 Paddington

f. John McDivitt

  1. (f) Grace Lilian Major * b. 4/5/1868 Jamberoo d. 1920 Katoomba (William C Ashe 1886, William M Keogh 1894)
  2. (m) Charles Moore Major b. 28/11/1869 Jamberoo d. 20/11/1929 Kogarah
  3. (m) Stephen Sidney Major b. 3/9/1871 Gerringong d. 1942 Sydney
  4. (f) Ada Mabel Major * b. 6/10/1873 Kiama d. 1908
  5. (f) Millicent Major *( Ernest John Marks 1898)
  6. (f) Mary Ann M Major b. 1876 Kiama
  7. (f) Kate Myrtle Adela Major * b. 27/4/1878 Kiama d. 15/7/1932 (Frank Laver 1914)
  8. (m) Edger Eric Major b. 22/9/1880 Woollahra d. 15/10/1901 aged 20
  9. (m) Harold Harmon Oscar Major b. 1884 Kiama d. 1951 Bondi

Living Barney St Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Husband a storekeeper who left an estate of over 1700 pounds . Father was the assistant superintendent of Norfolk Island.

AT her residence. Jamberoo, on the 4th instant, Mrs. Stephen MAJOR, of a daughter The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 7 May 1868 p 2

MAJOR.—On Monday, 28th ultimo, at Post-office, Store, Jamberoo, the wife of S Major, of a son. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 3 December 1869 p 2

AT her residence, Gerringong, on Sunday, the 3rd instant, Mrs. S. MAJOR of a son. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 7 September 1871 p 2

At her residence, Kiama, on Monday, 6th instant, Mrs. S. MAJOR of a daughter. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 9 October 1873 p 2

MAJOR - At her residence, Sea View Cottage, on the 27th instant, Mrs. S. Major, of a daughter. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Tuesday 30 April 1878 p 2

ON Wednesday, September 22nd, at her residence, Woollahra, Sydney, Mrs. S. Major, of a son The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Tuesday 5 October 1880 p 2


A. Kiama message states that the death has occurred of Mrs. Catherine Major, an outstanding personality of the Illawarra district. She was born at Norfolk Island in 1849, and in 1867 married at Randwick Mr. Stephen Major, a prominent figure in the civic and commercial life of the South. Coast, where he had considerable property. He predeceased her some 30 years ago. Mr. Major was a nephew of the late Mr. Chas. Moore, Lord Mayor of Sydney from 1867 to 1869, after whom Moore Park was named.

Mrs. Major had a gift for public speaking, and was identified with all public movements for over 60 years. Wonderful in mental vigour, and of handsome presence, her benevolence and generosity were a byword.

Four of her family survive her, Mr. Oscar Major (of the Colonial Sugar Refining Co., of Lautolca, Fiji), Mrs. Earle Terry (Roseville), Mr. Sidney Major (Kiama), and Mrs. Laver (widow of the late Mr. Frank Laver, who on two occasions captained the Australian elevens in England). Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954) Monday 31 August 1931 p 6

Makin Alice M A J

b. 1876 Wollongong d. 1924 Wollongong

f. Thomas Makin m. Mary Ann Derritt *

Unmarried or no father listed

  1. (f) Emma R A Makin b. d. 1899 Wollongong
  2. (f) Alice Makin b. d. 1916 Wollongong
  3. (m) William Thomas H E Makin b. 1896 Wollongong d. 1959 Wollongong
  4. (f) Ruby E Makin b. 1904 Wollongong
  5. (m) Alfred C Makin b. 1907 Wollongong

Makin Barbara (Emery)

b. abt 1865 Tynemouth Northumberland d. 1/5/1951 Farrell Rd Bulli br. Bulli General

m. William Samuel Makin (1860 Wollongong - 23/7/1932 Bulli Son of William Makin & Mary A Derritt *) 1884 Wollongong

f. George Emery m. Jane Richardson *

  1. (m) Thomas J Makin b. 10/6/1885 Keiraville d. 1925 Bulli
  2. (m) George Henry Makin b. 1886 Wollongong d. 1962 Kiama
  3. (f) Jane Makin b. 1888 Wollongong (Herbert Ackroyd 1916)
  4. (m) William S Makin b. 1889 Wollongong
  5. (m) David Leslie Makin b. 1891 Wollongong d. 1948 Goulburn
  6. (m) Francis Vivian Makin b. 1893 Wollongong 1975 NSW
  7. (m) William S Makin b. 1895 Woonona
  8. (f) Mary A Makin b. 1896 Woonona d. 1896 Woonona
  9. (m) Harold Makin b. 1998 Woonona d. 1898 Woonona
  10. (f) Esther P Makin b. 1900 Woonona d. 1900 Woonona

Living Bulli in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband an engine driver.

MAKIN. — At her residence, Keiraville, 0n the 10th June instant, the wife of W. S. Makin, jun., of a son. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Saturday 13 June 1885 p 2

MRS B. Makin

A resident of Bulli for over 50 years, -Mrs Barbara Makin died at her daughter's residence in Farrell Road Bulli, aged 86. Mrs Makin came from England 72 years ago, when, as a member of the well-known Emery family, she settled at Mount Keira.

Her husband William Makin died 19 years ago: Mrs Makin was mother of Joe ,(deceased), George, (of .Kiama), Ginnie (Mrs. Ackroyd), Dave (deceased);, Frank (of Bulli); and William (of Lakemba) Illawarra Daily Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1950 - 1954) Wednesday 2 May 1951 p 3

Makin Edith (Weeks)

b. abt 1875 Cramlington, Northumberland d. 16/12/1939 Wollongong

m. Herbert Makin (1876 Wollongong - 1962 Parramatta Son of Joseph Makin & Rebecca Kerr * ) 8/4/1897 Wollongong

f. Thomas Weeks m. Jane Hill *

  1. (m) Herbert H Makin b. 1897 Woonona d. 1897 Woonona
  2. (m) Keith Wilmot Makin b. d. 1966 Wollongong

Living Market St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a letter carrier.

Late Mrs. E. Makin

It cames as a great shock to the community to learn on Saturday morning that Mrs. Edith Makin, of Kembla street Wollongong beloved wife Mr Bert Makin of Wollongong Post Office staff and devoted mother of Keith, had died suddenly early that day. The late Mrs. Makin was 64 years of age and as she was about the previous day apparintly in the best health, no one expected that the end of life's journey was so near. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 22 December 1939 p 5

Makin Ellen Elizabeth (Ryan)

b. 28/7/1876 Wollongong d. 22/11/1940 Roseberry br. Rookwood

m. Frederick George Makin (1867- 27/3/1936 Coogee Son of Joseph Makin & Rebecca Kerr *) 12/2/1896 St Francis Xavier’s

f. John Ryan m. Ellen McNab * or Ryan

  1. (f) Mona I Makin b. 1902 Wollongong (Arthur E Beer 1925)

Living Crown St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a coach driver.


The death occurred at the residence of her daughter, Mona (Mrs Beer) at Roseberry, on Friday last of Mrs. Ellen Elizabeth (Cis) Makin, relict of the late Mr. Fred G. Makin. The late Mrs. Makin was formerly a Miss Ryan and was born at Wollongong.

Mr and Mrs Makin conducted a number of hotels including the Oxford Hotel, Wollongong, the Dapto Hotel, and the Wollongong Wine Salon. Of the union there is only one daughter (Mrs. Beer) for whom widespread sympathyis expressed. Relatives from Wollongong journeyed to Sydney on Saturday forthe funeral, the interment taking place at Rookwood. It is a coincidence that the late Mrs. Makin took ill on the day that Mrs. Bert Makin died at Wollongong and since then she had been ill. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 29 November 1940 p 10

Makin Ellen Searle (Bolton)

b. 1811 or 1817 Birmingham d. 2/3/1890 Wollongong br. Pioneer Park Cemetery Wollongong

m. William Samuel Makin (1803 Manchester England – 18/1/ 1887 Wollongong ) 23/1/1837 St Phillips Sydney

f. William Bolton m. Mary Tysol

  1. (m) Thomas Makin b. 1838 Parramatta d. 1923 ( Mary Ann Derritt * 1859)
  2. (f) Many Ann Jane Makin *b. 1840 d. 19/10/1871 (Edward Searle 1860)
  3. (m) Joseph Makin d. 1842 Charcoal d. 1926 Wollongong (Rebecca Kerr *1864 )
  4. (m) John Makin b. 1845 bp. CofE Dapto; Wollongong V18451808 30A/1845d. 15/8/1893 Darlinghurst Gaol (Sarah Jane Sutcliffe * 1871)
  5. (m) William Samuel Makin b. 1847 d. 1907 Liverpool
  6. (m) Alfred Makin b. 1849 bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong V18491226 34A/1849 d. 1921
  7. (f) Emily Ann Makin * b. 1851 bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong V18511836 37A/1851 d. 1931 Cabramatta ( Charles Orne 1873, Alfred Edward Roberts 1875)
  8. (m) Daniel Makin b. 25/4/1853 Market St Wollongong bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong V18531763 39A/1853 d. 28/6/1942 Wollongong (Sarah Watson * 1878 , Emilie Harper * 1900 )
  9. (f) Elizabeth Agnes Makin * b. 1856 Wollongong 8377/1856 d. 1942 (Alexander Bennett 1874)
  10. (m) George Henry Makin b. 1858 Wollongong 13519/1858 d. 1930
  11. (m) Frederick Edwin Makin b. 1860 Wollongong 14022/1860 d. 1877

Husband a ‘wharfinger ‘ at Wollongong Harbour, her son George succeeded him in that position.

THE Friends of the late Mrs. W. S. MAKIN are hereby respectfully invited to attend her FUNERAL: to leave her late residence, Corrimal-street, THIS DAY, at 3 o'clock, for old Church of England Cemetery. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 4 March 1890 p 3

Makin Emily/Emilie (Marceau then Harper)

b. 6/10/1855 Dapto d. 10/10/1932 Helensburg

m. Boyd North Harper ( -1898 Helensburgh Son of Charles Harper & Mary *) 1881 Newtown

m. Daniel Makin (25/4/1853 Market St Wollongong- 28/6/1942 Wollongong Son of William S Makin & Ellen S Bolton *) 1900 Wollongong

f. Joseph Marceau m. Mary Barrett *

  1. (f) Marie Isabel Harper * b. 1881 Sydney d. 7/8/1968 (James Edwards 1901)
  2. (f) Myra Dora Perpetua Harper *b. abt 1883 d. 27/3/1965 Helensburgh ( Robert Rae 1900)
  3. (m) Charles Harper b. 1885 Glebe d. 1895 Glebe
  4. (m) Jane H Harper b. 1888 Newtown d. 1889 Newtown

Living Railway St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a carrier.

Makin Florence Ethel

b. 1879 Wollongong d. 1941 Wollongong

f. Daniel Makin m. Sarah Watson

Living Crown St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Makin Hannah (Jones)

b. 1873 Kiama d. 13/7/1952 br. Wollongong General

m. Arthur Granville Makin ( 1870 Wollongong - 24/6/1957 Wollongong Son of Joseph Makin & Rebecca Kerr *) 25/12/1895 Wollongong

f. Evan Jones m. Sarah Hazelton *

  1. (m) Arthur E Makin b. 1896 Wollongong
  2. (m) Ernest R Makin b. 1897 Wollongong
  3. (f) Dorothy E Makin b. 1900 Wollongong
  4. (f) Stella F Makin b. 1903 Wollongong
  5. (f) Female Makin b. 1907 Wollongong d. 1907
  6. (m) Evan S makin b. 1910 Wollongong

Living Corrimal St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a groom.


Mrs. Hannah Makin died at her home, Coombs Street, Wollongong on Sunday. She was 79. Mrs. Makin is survived by her husband, Arthur, daughters Dorie (Mrs. Huxley, deceased),. Enid (Mrs. W. J. Fox), and sons Stan and Ray.

Makin Jane

Unmarried or no father listed

  1. (m) John R W Makin b. 1866 Wollongong

Makin Jane (McVicars)

m. Thomas Makin 1893 Wollongong

  1. (m) Thomas Makin b. 1893 Wollongong

Makin Johanna Annie (Gillen/Gillon)

d. 1943 Wollongong

m. Thomas Edward Makin (11/12/1864 Wollongong - 19/3/1929 Son of Joseph Makin & Rebecca Karr * ) 1885 Wollongong

f. Edward Gillen m. Julia

  1. (m) Herbert James Makin b. 1887 Wollongong d. 1959 Campsie
  2. (f) Catherine Ruby Maken b. 13/8/1891
  3. (f) Myra Mary Makin b. 18/7/1893 Berella St Wollongong d. 1961 Wollongong (William E Oxenbridge 1915)
  4. (m) Joseph Kirby Makin b. 1907 Wollongong d. 1968 Picton

Living Corrimal St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a carter.

Makin Mary see Cooper Mary

Makin/ Maykin Mary Ann (Lewis)

d. 1871 Wollongong

m. John Maykin

f. John Lewis m. Mary A

  1. (f) Elizabeth Makin * b. abt 1842 d. 1888 Woonona (Timothy Flavin 1862)
  2. (m) Richard Makin b. 1851 Presbyterian Sydney St Andrew’s
  3. (f) Martha Makin * b. 10/10/1856 Fairy Meadow 8450/1856 d. 1903 Redfern (Nichol McLean 1881, Henry Boyd 1901)
  4. (f) Agnes Makin * b. 1859 Wollongong 14034/1859 d. 1908 Woonona (Edward Kerrison 1882)
  5. (f) Eliza Maykin ( Thomas Delaney 1879)

Makin Mary Ann (Derritt)

d. 1918 Wollongong br. Wollongong General

m. Thomas Makin (1838 Parramatta - 3/12/1923 Wollongong Son of William Samuel Makin & Ellen Searle Bolton *) 1859 Wollongong 3224/1859

f. John Derritt m. ?

  1. (m) William Samuel Makin b. 1860 d. 1932 (Barbara Emery *)
  2. (f) Elizabeth Caroline Makin * b. abt 1863 d. 5/1/1935 Wollongong (William Wilson 1881)
  3. (f) Eleanor S Makin b. 1869 Wollongong 19782/1869
  4. (f) Emmeline Georgina Makin b. 1871 Wollongong 19561/1871
  5. (f) Mary Ann J Makin b. 1874 Wollongong 21478/1874
  6. (f) Alice Mary A J Makin * b. 1876 Wollongong 22531/1876
  7. (m) Frederick Alfred J Makin b. 1879 Wollongong 26153/1879
  8. (m) Edwin D B Makin b. 1882 Wollongong 19654/1882
  9. (m) Arthur D H Main b. 1885 Wollongong 23648/1885

Living at Keiraville in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a labourer


Last week Mrs. Makin, wife of Mr. Thomas Makin, of Garden Hill, Wollongong, passed away. The remains were interred in the Wollongong cemetery on Sunday. A husband and children are left to mourn their loss. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 14 June 1918 p 6

Makin Mary Ella (Turner)

b. 1882 St Leonards d. 26/12/1958 Shellharbour

m. Percy Frederick Makin (abt 1880 -29/6/1922 Homebush Son of John Makin & Sarah) 1904 Wollongong

f. Samuel Turner m. Lavinia

  1. (m) Percy H T Makin b. 1905 Wollongong d. 1958 Ashfield
  2. (f) Beatrice M Makin b. 1906 Wollongong
  3. (f) Mildred C Makin b. 1908 Wollongong
  4. (f) Carmen R Makin b. 1913 Burwood
  5. (f) Joyce E Makin b. 1910 Wollongong
  6. (m) Gordon R Makin b. 1916 Burwood

Living Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Death notice says late of Homebush.

Makin Rebecca (Karr/Kerr)

b.19/12/1841 Sydney d. 14/12/1920 Wollongong 20462/1920 br. Wollongong General

m. Joseph Makin (30/7/Charcoal- 13/7/1926 Wollongong Son of William S Makin & Ellen S Bolton *) 1864 Wollongong 3385/1864

f. Robert Kerr m. Dorcas Reid *

  1. (m) Thomas Edward Makin b. 11/12/1864 Wollongong 16841/1865 d. 19/3/1929 (Johanna Gillen * 1885)
  2. (m) Frederick George Makin b. 31/7/1866 Wollongong 16653/1866 d. 27/3/1936 Coogee (Ellen E Ryan * 1896)
  3. (f) Edith Annie Makin * b. 22/5/1868 Wollongong 18151/1868 (Archibald G Beatson 1890)
  4. (m) Arthur Granville Makin b. 13/5/1870 Wollongong 19006/1870 d. 1957 Wollongong (Hannah Jones * 1895 )
  5. (m) Ernest Alfred Makin b. 30/11/1872 Wollongong 19560/1872 d. 26/8/1937 Bankstown
  6. (f) Florence Louisa Makin * b. 19/5/1873 Wollongong 20806/1873 (Robert Dodd 1904)
  7. (f) Ethel Maud Makin b. 23/12/1874 Wollongong 21787/1875 d. 21/5/1875 br. Pioneer Park Cemetery Wollongong
  8. (m) Herbert Makin b. 24/8/1876 Wollongong 22608/1876 d. 1962 Parramatta (Edith Weeks * 1897)
  9. (f) Dorcas Eleanor Makin b. 19/5/1878 Wollongong 24731/1878 (George S Whitcombe 1903)
  10. (m) Robert Joseph Makin b. 18/8/1880 Wollongong 27504/1880 d. 19/10/1880
  11. (f) Harriet Nolan * b. abt 1881 d. 28/12/1963 Wollongong ( William E Dwyer 1906)
  12. (f) Hilda May Makin * b. 27/11/1882 Wollongong 19505/1882 d. 16/12/1957 (Bertram Tanko 1912)
  13. (f) Ethel Maud Makin b. 1/8/1884 Wollongong 22880/1884 d. 20/12/1884 br. Pioneer Park Cemetery Wollongong
  14. (f) Maria Mildred Makin b. 30/10/1887 Wollongong 25092/1887 d. 8/1/1888 Wollongong 10329/1888

Living Crown St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

THE LATE MRS. J. MAKIN. An Appreciation.

It was with feelings of sorrow that the large circle of friends of Mrs. Joseph Makin learned of her demise on Tuesday last. She had been in failing health for somtime, and her end was not unexpected. Surrounded by a loving husband and family the late Mrs. Makin passed away peacefully after a life of good deeds, and left behind her an example which would be an edification to any town or district. Born at Sydney and married at St. Luke's. Dapto, she spent practically the whole of her life in this district, having attained the age of 79 years. Throughout her long residence in Wollongong her outstading charact eristic was charity, and many a poor family in days gone by had cause to bless the name of Mrs. Joseph Makin, for it truly salid that no one left her door hungry, and her life was an exemplification of the teaching of our Divine Master to 'Love one An other.' In sickness too, she was ever ready to endeavour to alleviate the sufferings of the afflicted. As a mother to the motherless, there are many today who owe their positions in life to the care bestowed, and the excellent example set them by the deceased lady, whose thoughts ever were in the direction of her fellow beings. Thus one has gone whom our district could ill afford to lose, but has left behind an example which should be productive of much good in our community. While we sympathise heartily with the sorrowing relatives, we realise too that those who had the honour of the deceased lady's acquaintance will join with us, and always remember the name of Mrs. Joseph Makin with love and gratitude. The funeral on Wednesday was largely attended, the remains were conveyed to St. Michael's Church, … Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 17 December 1920 p 5

Makin Sarah (Watson)

b. 1851 Sydney St Lawrence’s d. 23/7/1898 Wollongong

m. Daniel Makin (25/5/1853 Market St Wollongong - 28/6/1942 Wollongong Son of William Makin & Ellen S Bolton) 1878 Sydney

f. John Watson m. Margaret

  1. (f) Florence Ethel Makin * b. 1879 Wollongong d. 1941 Wollongong
  2. (m Joseph Edwin Makin b. 1881 Wollongong d. 1963 Burwood
  3. (m Percival Daniel Makin b. 1884 Wollongong d. 1954 Chatswood
  4. (m Oscar William Makin b. 1888 Wollongong d. 1969 St Leonards
  5. (m Sydney George Makin b. 1886 Wollongong d. 1956 Chatswood
  6. (m) Stanley Watson Makin b. 1891 Wollongong d. 1974
  7. (f) Elizabeth G Makin b. 1893 Wollongong (William S O’Donnell 1922)

Their grand-daughter Dulcie Watson Makin b. abt 1907 d. 1950 Wollongong (Charles G House 1929) was also listed as a child even though her mother was Florence Ethel.

MAKIN.—At her residence, Keira-Street, Wollongong, on January 23rd, Sarah, the beloved wife of Daniel Makin, aged 46 years. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 8 February 1898 p 2

Makin Sarah Jane (Sutcliffe then Edwards)

b. 20/12/1845 d. 13/9/1918 Marrickville br. Rookwood

m. Charles Edwards () 29/4/1865

m. John Makin (1845 Wollongong 15/8/1893 Darlinghurst Gaol executed Son of William S Makin & Ellen S Bolton * ) 27/8/1871 Sydney

  1. (m) William Sutcliffe Makin b. 2/8/1872 Wollongong
  2. (f) Blanch Ellen G Makin b. 1874 Sydney
  3. (f) Daisy Makin b. 1881 Sydney
  4. (m) Leslie R Makin b. 1883 Sydney
  5. (f) Linda Makin b. 1886 Redfern
  6. (u) Makin

MAKlN.— At her residence, Royal Alfred Hotel, Crown and Keira streets, Wollongong, on the 2nd instant, the wife of Mr. John Makin, of a son. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 6 August 1872 p 2

…That John Makin and Sarah, his wife, were guilty of the slaughter of fourteen infants there seems little reason to doubt, but moral certainty and legal proof are different things. The only direct charges which could be brought against them concerned merely two of the babes who had been bereft of life. One was named Horace Amber Murray ; the other was, not without a touch of pathos, described merely as the ' unknown.' Its bones were distinguished from others by a number. The Jury at the Criminal Court decided that the prisoners had committed both crimes… South Australian Register 1 April 1893

Petition for a Reprieve
SYDNEY, Friday Afternoon.

The members for the Illawarra (Messrs. J. B. Nicholson and Campbell) today introduced George Makin, Daniel Makin, and Mrs Joseph Makin, a sister-law of the condemned babykiller, to the Premier. They presented a petition asking for a reprieve. The petition was to the effect that John Makin was a native of Wollongong, whose father had been 35 years in the employ of the Illawarra Steam Navigation Company. Makin resided at Wollongong until he reached manhood. He then married and left. His general conduct in the district had been good, and he had never indicated any natural tendency to callousness. The petitioners were assured that the wife was the originator of the crimes of which he had been convicted.. She had led him into committing crime. The petitioners expressed the solemn opinion that the wife was the arch offender throughout, and therefore respectfully urged that the petition should have earnest consideration. The members for the district bore strong testimony to the respectability of the various members of the Makin family. Mrs Joseph Makin said the wife was to blame. She had known her to knock her mother down and assault her mother-in-law. A better-hearted man than Makin was not-to be found, but his wife could turn him round her finger. When Makin married, his family did not speak for a long time to Makin's wife, who was a barmaid, whose character was well known, possessing the temper of a fiend. She was a strong-minded, terrible woman. Sir G. R. Dibbs: ‘If the Executive had decided to hang her, you would not have interposed to save her“ “No; I would not cross the road to save her,” was the reply. George Makin pleaded for mercy, saying that if his brother had chosen a better partner he would have been a good man. He could have made lots of money, but his wife would spend it in drink and leave him penniless. Daniel Makin also appealed for mercy for the sake of the family, so that Makin's dreadful end would not be thrown at them. The speaker wept bitterly. Mr. Nicholson said that Dr. Bowker desired him to state that no actual proof of the murder was possible. The children might have been buried in the manner found from motives of parsimony. Sir G. B. Dibbs said it was a painful matter, and the case had received more careful consideration than any previous case. The question was whether the Executive had power to allow the feelings of the immediate relations to influence the punishment in a case in which the jury had found a verdict of guilty. There were no facts adduced to show that the verdict, was wrong. The whole matter would again receive consideration at the Executive meeting to be held on Monday. Barrier Miner 11 August 1893

Malady Emma Mary (Candy)

b. 1869 Wollongong d. 1958 Wollongong

m. Thomas Malady (1863 Victoria – 6/6/1927 Wollongong Son of Thomas J Malady & Mary) 12/6/1889 St Francis Xavier’s

f. George Candy m. Jane Gilmore *

  1. (m) Thomas Malady b. 1890 Ashfield 4829/1890 d. 21/8/1947 Wollongong
  2. (f) Mary E Malady b. 1892 Hamilton
  3. (m) James Lawrence Malady b. 1894 Petersham 27602/1894 d. 1947 Wollongong (Dorothy E Gallagher 1918)
  4. (m) Laurence C Malady b. 10/8/1897 South Kembla 27736/1897 d. 1953 Newtown
  5. (f) Catherine Malady b. 20/10/1899 Central Kembla 36189/1899 d. before 1947
  6. (m) Patrick Malady b. 1904 Wollongong 18288/1904 d. 1965 Wollongong
  7. (m) John Malady b. 1907 Wollongong 19928/1907 d. 1907 Wollongong

Living Central Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties.

Male Winifred (Moran)

b. 5/12/1858 Dapto 14028/1859

m. Alfred Frederick Martin Male ( 1857 -13/4/1885 Kangaroo Point Qld Son of John Male & Jane Rebecca Sophia Martin) 28/3/1883 Maryborough

f. Andrew Moran m. Mary Sheedy *

  1. (f) Edith Pauline Annetta Male d. 1884 Qld 1884/C3798 d. 5/3/1884 Maryborough
  2. (m) Frederick Walter Stanthorpe Male b. 1885 Qld 1885/C8444

MALE-MORAN.-March 28, at Maryborough, by the Rev. J. I. Knipe, Alfred F. M. Male, of Maryborough, to Winifred Moran, of Wollongong, New South Wales. The Sydney Morning Herald 18 April 1883

MALE—On the 13th April, at his residence. Kangaroo Point, Brisbane, Alfred F. M. Male, late manager of the Australian Joint Stock Bank, Stanthorpe and Maryborough, eldest son of John and J. R. S. Male, and beloved husband of Winifred Male. Aged 28 years. Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947) Thursday 16 April 1885 Page 2

Maling Annie (Newton)

abt 1869 Durham d. 1927 Cowra br. Waverley

m. William James Maling ( - 1950 Katoomba Son of George Maling & Anne Elizabeth) 1887 Woonona 5439/1887

f. Robert Newton m. Annie * see Wynn

Ship: Northbrook 1879

Death of Mrs. Maling

A telegram from Cowra reports  that Mrs, W. J. Maling, a resident of Katoomba, who, with her husband ,was on a holiday trip, was taken seriously ill and admitted to Cowra hospital where she died shortly afterwards , She had been in indifferent health for the last four months, and contracted a chill. The many friends of the Malings will deeply regret this sad news , They only left Katoomba last month, for the purpose of spending the cold months in the Western centers. The Blue Mountain Echo (NSW : 1909 - 1928) Friday 17 June 1927 p 4

Mallon Elizabeth (Leahy)

m. Thomas Mallon

  1. (m) Michael Mallon b. 20/1/1856 Kiama reg Kiama RC

Husband a settler

Malloy Elizabeth

Living at Port Kembla in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties.

With Thomas Molloy no occupation listed.

Malone Agnes

d. between 1913 and 1927

Agnes Malone, an aboriginal from La Perouse, pleaded guilty to a like offence (drunkenness). As she had been locked up since Saturday, and promised to return to the camp at La Perouse at once, his Worship ordered her to pay a fine of 5s, or be imprisoned till the rising of the Court. The Court rose a few minutes afterwards, and she was released. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 27 June 1899 Page 3

Agnes Malone, an aboriginal woman who was before the Bench the previous week, again graced the dock with her presence on Monday morning last, charged with being drunk on Saturday night and for so offending was asked by the Bench to part with 20s and not being able to find the wherewithal she retired from public life for seven days. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Wednesday 23 April 1902

In 1913 she found a murder victim An (full blooded) aboriginal woman, Agnes Malone, stated that she was out with her dog looking for bottles when the animal ran into the bush. She followed it, and found the body face downwards. The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930) Thursday 11 September 1913

The aged lubra, Agnes Malone, who pottered about at all hours of the day, turning her hand to any sort of an odd job that might return an honest penny, is dead. Truth (Sydney, NSW : 1894 - 1954) Sunday 25 December 1927 Page 19

Malone Ellen (Grady)

b. 21/8/1847 Goulburn d. 1924 Mosman

m. Owen Malone(1841 Braidwood -4/7/1902 Sydney Son of James Malone & Elizabeth McQuillan) 1864 Goulburn

f. Martin Grady m. Mary Knight

  1. (m) James Arthur Malone b. 1865 Goulburn d. 24/1/1866 Queanbeyan
  2. (m) John James Malone b. 1866 Queanbeyan d. 9/10/1873 Braidwood
  3. (m) Luke Malone b. 1868 Braidwood d. 1926 Braidwood
  4. (m) Hugh Malone b. 1870 Braidwood d. 1935 Marrickville
  5. (f) Mary Malone b. 1872 Braidwood d. 1946 Paddington
  6. (m) Owen Malone b. 3/1/1874 Braidwood
  7. (f) Frances Malone b. 1876 Goulburn d. 2/7/1952 Paddington
  8. (f) Agnes Malone b. 17/3/1879 Braidwood
  9. (f) Ellen Malone b. 1880 Braidwood d. 1962 Liverpool
  10. (m) Michael Joseph Malone b. 1883 Goulburn d. 4/11/1950 Sydney
  11. (f) Florence M Malone b. 1887 Kiama d. 30/12/1946 Sydney
  12. (f) Louisa Malone b. 1888 Kiama d. 1946 Sydney
  13. (m) Reginald V Malone b. 19/9/1890 Braidwood d. 24/5/1932 Newtown
  14. (f) Constance V Malone b. 26/5/1893 Braidwood (Elwyn E L Glazier 1922)

Husband in the coaching business from boyhood was the contractor for carrying the mails between Kiama and Nowra and Moss Vale.

Malone Johanna (Crawley)

m. John Malone

  1. (m) John Malone b. 2/10/1857 Kiama bp Kiama RC

Husband a settler

Malone Mary

Living North Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Malone Mary (Nugent/Newgent)

m. Patrick Malone 1869 Kiama

  1. (f) Catherine Malone b. 9/9/1870 Shellhabour bp Kiama RC
  2. (f) Ellen Malone b. 17/1/1873 Shellharbor
  3. (m) James Malone b. 1874 Kiama
  4. (m) John Malone b. 1876 Kiama
  5. (f) Mary Maolne b. 20/9/1877 Shellharbor
  6. (f) Johanna Malone b. 25/3/1880 ShellHarbour
  7. (m) Patrick Malone b. 9/2/1882 Shellharbour

Husband a farmer

Malone Mary (Tracy/Clarey/ Cleary/Clare)

b. abt 1825 Limerick d. 16/7/1904 North Kiama br. Shellharbour

m. Bartholomew Malone (abt 1833 Limerick- 1902 Albion Park Son of James Malone & Kate )

Ship: Vocalist 1857

  1. (m) James Malone b. 1857 at sea d. 1921 Newtown
  2. (f) Bridget Malone * b. 20/6/1859 Shellharbour bp Kiama RC d. 12/9/1921 Randwick (Harry Weaver 1890)
  3. (f) James Malone b. b. 14/4/1861 Shellharbour bp Kiama RC
  4. (f) Catherine Malone * b. 1863 Shellharbour d. 2/6/1930 Ashfield (Walter Siely 1892)
  5. (f) Mary Maloney b. 26/12/1864 Shellharbour bp Kiama RC
  6. (f) Ellen Malone b. 11/6/1868 Shellharbor d. 1931 Auburn?
  7. (f) Johanna Malone b. 13/7/1866 Shellharbour bp Kiama RC
  8. (m) William Malone b. 15/6/1870 Shellharbour bp Kiama RC d. 1915 Liverpool
  9. (m) John Malone b. d. 1897 Bowral

Mrs B MALONE. The death occurred on Saturday last at North Kiama Park, at the residence of her son-in-law, Mr, H Weaver, of a vary old resident of the district in the person of Mrs,B Malone, widow of the lato Mr, B Malone, Mrs, Malone had been ailing for the past two or three years, and the cause of death was influensa, She was a native of Limeriok, Ireland, and was 73 years of age, having been resldent for almost 48 years of Shell harbour, Her remains were Interred In the Roman Catholic portion of the general cometery at ShellhaIrbour on Sunday, … The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal (NSW : 1899 - 1947) Wednesday 20 July 1904

Husband a settler or labourer

Malone Mary (Murphy)

m. Batholomew Malone

  1. (f) Mary Malone * b. abt 1856 Shellharbour (Thomas Keogh 1889)

Malone Mary E

m. Patrick Malone

  1. (f) Winifred Malone b. 1868 Wollongong

Moloney/Malony Catherine

m. Lot Maloney

  1. Honora Maloney b. 13/12/1860 Gerringong bp Kiama RC

Husband a farmer

Maloney Catherine (Moriarty)

m. Timothy Maloney

  1. (f) Margaret Teresa Maloney b. 3/9/1885 Clifton

Maloney Eleanor Mary (Cawley)

m. James Maloney ( Son of James Maloney & ) 29/8/1865

f. John Cawley m.

MALONEY - CAWLEY On Tuesday, 29th August, by special licence at the Roman Catholic Presbytery by the Rev. W. X. Johnson, James Maloney of Bundock Plains, son of Mr John Maloney of Sydney, late of the County of .Limerick to Eleanor Mary Cawley, fourth and eldest daughter of Mr John Cawley, of Bundock Plains, late of Illawarra. Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser 5 September 1865

Maloney Margaret (Penny then Buckett)

b. abt 1816

m. Jacob Buckett (1809 – 1859 Tarban Creek Asylum) 25/1/1847 Wollongong V1847892 95/1847

m. Patrick Maloney (abt 1807 - 17/3/1886 Round Mountain )

Convict Permission to Marry Index 1841 Wollongong

Ship: Sir John Falstaff

  1. (f) Mary Buckett b. 16/12/1847 Jamberoo (Michael Quinlan 1870)
  2. (m) James Buckett b. 24/6/1849 Jambaroo (Mary Winifred Smith * 1874)
  3. (f) Sarah Buckett * b. 2/3/1851 Jambaroo (David Eveson 1887)
  4. (m) John Buckett b. 6/4/1854 Jamberoo d. 24/12/1935 Lismore (Julia McCauliffe * 1883)
  5. (m) William J Buckett b. 31/3/1856 Jamberoo 5137/1856 (Maria J *)

On 13th October 1860 Margaret was cautioning anyone against harbouring her son James who had run away from home as he apparently did not get on with his stepfather
Margaret and both her husbands had problems with the various accusations of assault, the use of obscene and insulting language and in paying wages to their employees.

Maloney/Moloney Margaret C Maggie (Dunlop)

b. abt ? New Zealand

m. John Maloney (1857-) 13/12/1884 St Francis Xavier’s

f. Walter Dunlop m. Margaret Thompson

  1. (f) Margaret C Moloney b. 1887 Kiama
  2. (m) James W Moloney b. 1891 Kiama
  3. (m) Thomas Maloney b. 1893 Kiama
  4. (m) William J Maloney b. 1896 Albion Park
  5. (m) Kathleen Mary Maloney b. 22/2/1898 Shellharbour
  6. Mary Elizabeth Maloney b. 10/5/1900 Shellharbour
  7. (f) Aileen Veronica Maloney b. 5/8/1902 Shellharbour
  8. (f) Ita J Maloney b. 1909 Kiama

Witness Jane Dunlop, both resident Clifton

Moloney Margaret (Sheehan)

m. Thomas Moloney

  1. (m) Patrick Moloney b. 1867 Kiama
  2. (m) Timothy Moloney b. 29/2/1868 Spring Hill bp Kiama RC

Husband a labourer

Maloney Mary

Sentenced to be hung for murder 1834 but respited.

SATURDAY.-Before his Honor Judge Button, and a Military Jury,

Sarah M'Gregor and Mary Maloney, convict servants, were severally indicted for the wilful murder of Charles Waldron, at Springhill, hear Illawarra, on the 14th January last. (See Waldron Jemima) The Sydney Herald 24 February 1834

The two women, Mary Maloney and Sarah M' Gregor, who were convicted of murdering Captain Waldron, having been confined from the period of their condemnation in the cells of the Sydney gaol, the natural result is, that their health began to suffer, and they were therefore forwarded; Maloney, on Monday evening to Newcastle; and M'Gregor, the following morning to Windsor; the gaols of which places they will be detained till the decision in their case can be obtained from England. The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 1 May 1834

A meeting of the Executive Council was held on Tuesday last, to take into consideration the circumstances attending the death of Captain Waldron. Their Honors the Judges were in attendance, and after mature deliberation the prisoners (Mary Maloney and Sarah M'Gregor) were pardoned. The evidence of Mrs. Waldron on the trial was very strong, and upon that evidence they were convicted. It is however impossible to say, even from the circumstances so minutely detailed, what, at the commencement of the affray, was the actual intention of the parties, the verdict returned by the Jury was a very proper one-” Guilty, but not contemplating the issue.“ The law has wisely ordained that, in all cases of this description, if any doubt arise, it shall be given in favour of the prisoner. The Sydney Herald 27 February 1834

In consequence of the decision of the Executive Council on Tuesday, the Sheriff has made known His Excellency's gracious respite to Mary Maloney and Sarah M'Gregor. The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 27 February 1834

Maloney and Macgregor, who were tried and convicted of the murder of Captain Waldron, but after wards respited. The medical gentleman examined before the inquest in that case stated that the apoplectic fit in which Captain Waldron died might have been brought on by excessive passion, occasioned by the conduct of the women, but that the blows inflicted by them could not have caused death. The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser 13 November 1834

Maloney Mary (Casey)

m. James Maloney

  1. (m) John Malony b. 22/1/1871 Wollongong V18712495 121A/1871

Maloney Mary (Casserly)

m. Laurence Maloney

  1. (f) Mary Moloney b. 7/1/1885 Clifton 23667/1885
  2. (f) Ellen Moloney b. 3/2/1886 Clifton 24521/1886
  3. (m) William Maloney b. 1892 Kiama

Moloney Mary (Cleary)

m. John Moloney

  1. (m) John Moloney b. 3/8/1857 Shellhabrour bp Kiama RC

Husband a labourer

Moloney Mary (Davis)

m. Edward Moloney 20/1/1851 Jamberoo

Both resident Jamberoo

  1. (m) Edward Maloney b. 28/11/1851 Jambaroo
  2. (m) Michael Malony b. 23/5/1853 Jamberoo reg Kiama RC

Molony Mary (Nugent)

m. Patrick Malony

  1. (m) James Molony b. 28/8/1874 Shellharbor

Husband a farmer

Maloney Mary Agnes (Ricketts)

m. Owen Maloney (abt 1842 Limerick -) 2/2/1860 Braidwood

f. William Ricketts m.

  1. (f) Frances Maloney
  2. (f) Mary Maloney
  3. (f) Gertrude Maloney

MARRIED. On the 2nd February, by special license, at Braidwood, by the Rev. Father O'Brien, Mr Owen Maloney, of the county Limerick Ireland, to Miss Mary Ricketts, second daughter of the late Mr William Ricketts, of Wollongong. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 6 April 1860 p 2

Malvine Rosetta (Boyd)

b. abt 1860 d. 15/4/1941 Qld br. Toowong Qld

m. Andrew Malvine(abt 1854 Genoa Italy-15/12/1941 Qld Son of Giuseppe Malvine & ?) 6/8/1886 Qld

f. John Boyd m. Eliza Nesbet

Ship: Duke of Buccleuch 1885 into Qld

  1. (m) Andrew Malvine b. 1887 Woonona
  2. (m) John Malvien b. 14/7/1888 Qld
  3. (m) William John Malvine b. 1/7/1890 Gympie Qld
  4. (f) Eliza Malvine b. 17/4/1892 Qld
  5. (m) Joseph Malvine b. 20/9/1894 Anderleigh Qld
  6. (f) Martha Malvine b. 19/8/1896
  7. (f) Rosetta Malvine b. 1/10/1900
  8. (f) Myrtle Malvine b. 14/9/1902 Qld
  9. (f) Daisie Catherine Malvine b. 6/9/1904

Maly Bridget

b. abt 1832 Clereilin County Mayo Ireland

f. John Maly m. Mary

Religion : Roman Catholic

Ship: Panama 1850

Irish Orphan Other : Empl. C Bateson, Illawarra, £8, 1 yr.

Malzard Clara Ann (Winley)

b. 18/10/1858 Jamberoo d. 15/9/1939 Kiama br. Kiama General

m. Phillip Malzard ( abt 1860- 22/4/1942 ) 9/8/1883 Kiama

f. William Winley m. Sarah Ann Knight *

  1. (m) John James Malzard b. 1884 Kiama d. 1963 Burwood ( Jessie L Sweet 1911)
  2. (m) Ernest Philip Malzard b. d. 1960 Burwood ( Mary Wells 1909)
  3. (f) Elsie H Malzard b. 1898 Kiama d. 1898 Kiama
  4. (f) Edith M Malzard b. 1887 Canterbury (Albert J Coakes 1905)
  5. (f) Emily C Malzard( George H Higson 1915)
  6. (f) Ivy Malzard b. ( Charles Creighton 1913)
  7. (f) Phyllis F Malzard b. 1896 Kiama ( Thomas J Warren 1915)
  8. (m) Keith Malzard b. d. 1973 Sydney (Hazel Wray 1935 )
  9. (f) Amy M Malzard b. 1900 Kiama ( Roy H Wetton 1920)

Living North Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

MRS. CLARA ANN MALZARD,   82 YEARS . A very old and highly respected resident of Kiama in the person of Mrs. Clara Ann Malzard passed away at her residence, Collins Street, on Friday last, at the age of 82, She had been in indifferent health for some two years, and when she took a bad turn some ten days ago her condition caused her people much concern. On Wednesday she suffered a second seizure from which she did not regain consciousness. Until her last illness, Mrs. Malzard retained a keen interest in all local affairs, and attended the Christ Church 80th Anniversary Celebrations in August last.

She had been a wonderful wife and mother having reared a large family, and there was a great spirit of devotion between Mrs. Malzard and her husband, to whom sincere sympathy is expressed in his irreparable loss in the severance of a partnership which had existed for 55 years. The late Mrs. Malzard was a member of a very old district family, and was born at Stony Creek, Jamberoo, the eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Winley. She had lived in Kiama nearly all her life and had earned the affection and esteem of all with whom she came in contact for her kindly nature which was shown in countless acts of friendliness. She will be remembered as a splendid neighbour and one who was ready at all times to give a helping hand in cases of sickness and distress. The late Mrs. Malzard will be greatly missed by a very wide circle of friends, who will ever keep her in grateful remembrance. Her family had been a most devoted one. Mrs Malzard's chief interests were in her home and she took a very great interest in her grandchildren and great grandchildren. She is survived by her husband, Mr. Philip Malzard and children - John (Mortlake), Ernest (Newtown), Edie (Mrs. A. Coakes, Burwood), Emily (Mrs; Higson, Hornsby), Ivy (Mis. C. Creighton, Kiama), Phyllis (Mrs. T. Warren, Klama), Amy (Mrs R. Wetton Mosman) and Keith (Goulburn). Two older children predeceased her. There are also 45 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren, and two brothers, Mr. George Winley (Wollongong) and Mr. Charles Winley (Windsor)  

The funeral took place at the Church of England Cemetery, Kiama, on Sun- day afternoon, the large number present being testimony of the esteem in which the late Mrs. Malzard was held. The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal (NSW : 1899 - 1947) Wednesday 20 September 1939 p 2

Mangles Elizabeth see Buchanan

Mangles Isabella see Graham

Mangles Margaret Jane (Brown)

b. abt 1882 Northumberland d. 10/2/1913 br. Wollongong General

m. John George Mangles ( 1878 Lambton – 1945 Wollongong Son of Robert Mangles & Isabella) 1901 Wollongong

f. Michael Brown m. Hannah Ramsey *

Ship: Aberdeen 1885

  1. (f) Isabella M Mangles b. 1902 Woonona (Albert E Taylor 1921)
  2. (m) Gordon Greaves Mangles b. 1908 Woonona d. 1980
  3. (f) Helena Mangles b. 1911 Wollongong (Volnet Horace Cooper 1939)

1903 Electoral roll –living at Balgownie Domestic Duties

DEATH. — The death occurred on Monday of Mrs. George Mangles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Brown, of Mount Pleasant. The deceased had been ill for some time, and she is survived by four children, the youngest being a year, and a-half old. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 14 February 1913 Page 2

Mangles Rose/Rosina (Cooper then Hunt)

b. 1876 Sydney d. 1956 Wollongong

m. Negus Edwin Hunt (3/1/1871 Ulladulla -8/7/1910 Helensburgh Son of John T Hunt & Mary A Brown * ) 1892 Woonona 7934/1892

m. Robert William Mangles (abt 1874 Auckland Durham -1961 Wollongong Son of Robert T Mangles & Isabella *) 1912 Helensburgh

f. William Cooper m. Philomena

  1. (m) Negus Edwin Hunt b. 1893 Woonona 39754/1893d. 1950 Bulli
  2. (m) William H Hunt b. 1894 Helensburgh 16196/1894
  3. (m) Henry Hunt b. 1896 Helensburgh 31180/1896
  4. (f) Minnie E Hunt b. 1899 Helensburgh 3673/1899
  5. (f) Mary A V Hunt b. 1901 Helensburgh 3923/1901
  6. (f) Alma R Hunt b. 1903 Helensburgh
  7. (f) Rita M Hunt b. 1907 Helensburgh 24811/1907
  8. (f) Sylvia I Hunt b. 1909 Helensburgh 14937/1909
  9. (m) George R Mangles b. 1912 Helensburgh 43602/1912 
  10. (f) Dulcie R Mangles b. 1913 Helensburgh 28477/1913
  11. (f) Daphne Mangles b. 1914 Helensburgh 28508/1914
  12. (f) Rose Mangles b. 1916 Bulli 8467/1916
  13. (f) Bella Mangles b. 1916 Bulli 6468/1916
  14. (m) Frederick Mangles b. 1918 Bulli d. 1982
  15. (m) Leslie Mangles b. d. 1976

Living at Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

After her husband was killed in a colliery accident at the Metropolitan Colliery she and her children were voted 10 Pounds and 10 Shillings by the Helensburgh Workmen’s Club.

Bulli Court
TUESDAY (Before Mr. Chapman, S.M.)

Rose Mangles proceeded against Robert W. Mangles charging him with assault and apprehended violence at Woonona on Dec. 29. Defendant consented to be bound over to keep the peace. He was bound over on a bond of ! £10 to be of good behaviour for six months. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 15 January 1932 p 14

Margrie Bertha Lucy

b.a 1882 Yass d. 1959 Mangrove Mountain

f. William Hoske Margrie m. Alice Clara

Living North Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll –Governess

Amongst the recent matriculants at the Sydney University, we noticed the name of Miss Bertha Margrie, sister of the respected Master of Demondrille Public School. The young lady received her primary education, at the Convent of Mercy, Yass. Murrumburrah Signal and County of Harden Advocate (NSW : 1881 - 1947) Saturday 7 April 1900 Page 2

In the 20’s and 30’s while living at Mangrove Mountain she was producing honey which she entered in Agricultural Shows etc.

Manion Hannah (Dempsey then Williams )

b. 1861 Sydney d. 11/9/1946 Lidcombe

m. William G Williams 1882 Sydney

m. Martin Manion (abt 1872 Wigan Lancashire England-1932 Abermain Son of James P Manion & Mary) 1906 Wollongong

f. Edward Dempsey m. Ann

  1. (f) Catherine Williams (William Marshall 1929)
  2. (m) Thomas Williams (Ethel)
  3. (m) William Williams b. 1883 Sydney d. 8/6/1917 London (Jessie McIntosh 1912)
  4. (m) Edward R Williams b. 1884 Sydney
  5. (f) Elsie F Williams b. 1887 Paddington (Albert J Batterbee 1909)
  6. (m) Frank Williams b. 1889 Waterloo
  7. (m) Percy Joseph Williams b. 1893 Sydney d. 11/8/1916 France
  8. (m) Ernest Joseph Williams b. 3/7/1898 Balgownie 27254/1898
  9. (m) John Manion b. 1907 West Maitland

When son Ernest enlisted in 1918 his next of kin was his step father who was living in Abermain

WILLIAMS.- Killed in action, In France, August 11, 1916, Private J. P. Williams,. dearly-loved son and step-son of Private M. Manion, and Hannah Manion, of Abermain; aged 23 years. Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) Saturday 30 September 1916 p 4

MANION.-September 11 1946. at Her daughter's residence. 27 Calool Street Lidcombe. Hannah Manion late of Abermain and relict of Martin Manion beloved mother of Elsie, Kit, Bill (deceased) Tom (New Zealand) Frank. Percy (deceased) Ern and Jack loved mother-in-law of Jess. Ethel (New Zealand) Ciss. Jean. Pearl, Jack, and Bill, and dear sister of Maggie Thompson aged 85 years The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 12 September 1946 p 16

Manley Alice Maud (Seymour)

b. abt 1872 d. 13/5/1958 Wollstonecraft

m.Elijah Manley (abt 1869 -19/8/1952 Liechhardt Son of Alfred Manley & Mary Jane) 1891 Broken Hill

f. James Seymour m. Mary

  1. (f) Florence Manley b. 1891 Broken Hill d. 1891 Broken Hill
  2. (m) Elijah Clarence Roy Manley b. 1892 Broken Hill d. 1937 Rockdale
  3. (m) Laurie Lancelot Manley b. 25/11/1894 Broken Hill d. 1960 Wollongong
  4. (m) Ernest W Manley b. 1900 Wollongong d. 1972 Katoomba
  5. (m) William S Manley b. 1908 Blayney

1903 Electoral roll –living at Lakelands Domestic Duties. Husband a labourer.

Mann Eliza see Leonard

Mann / Manns Mary (Kenaler/Kelleher then Duggan )

d. 1917 Petersham

m. Duggan

m. James Manns (abt 1831/1818 Ireland- 25/6/1904 Curramore Jamberoo Son of William Mann & Mary)) 1881 Shellharbour RC 4526/1881

f. Mortimer Kellaher m. Elizabeth/Johanna

1903 Electoral roll –living at Curramore Domestic Duties.

She was living at Jamberoo in 1911 when her brother William died at Bowral.

Mannering Sophia (Watts)

b. 1815 Hawkhurst, Kent d. ? 1864 Kiama

m. John Wood Mannering ( 1813 Kent- 1862 Glebe)

f. William Watts m. Sophia Buss *

  1. (f) Olive Wood Mannering * b. 1840 Kent, England d. 2/2/1904 Jamberoo, (George Barnes 1863)

Her mother is recorded as dying in 1863 registered in 1864 in Kiama. She may not have died in Kiama, as many sources state.

Manning Annie Elizabeth (Amos)

b. 1866 Wollongong 16629/1866 d. 11/8/1926 Sydney

Unmarried or no father listed

m. Peter T Manning 1895 Sydney

f. Geroge Amos m. Jane Barker *

  1. (f) Elizabeth M M Amos b. 1890 Wollongong 38114/1890 
  2. (f) Gwennie M Amos b. 1893 Wollongong 39227/1893 
  3. (f) Rita M Amos/Manning b. 1895 Wollongong 28518/1895 
  4. (m) John Manning b. 1911 Waterloo 22483/1911 

Living Keira St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a carpenter.

Rita’s birth was reregistered in 1926 as Manning

MANNING,— 11th August, 1926 at Sydney Hospital, Annie Elizabeth Manning, beloved wife of Peter Thomas Manning. Aged 61 years. The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Wednesday 11 August 1926 p 10

Manning Eliza Stead

b. abt 1865 d. 16/4/1948 br. Bulli General

m. Manning

  1. (f) Thora Manning b. abt 1913 d. 9/9/1993 Moruya ( William G Elliott 1932 )

Manning Julia (Lawlor)

m. John Manning 1859 Wollongong

Mannion Mary (Larkin)

d. December 1914 Wollongong 18475/1914

m. John Mannion (Tasmania-about 21/7/1925 Port Kembla ) 1888 Wollongong 5564/1888

f. Patrick Larkin m. ?

Living at Port Kembla in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a labourer.

Mannion Winifred (Hussey )

b. abt 1821 Co Galway Ireland d. 2/5/1902 Albert Memorial Hospital

m. John Mannion (–Son of John Mannion & Ann Sweeney) 13/8/1855 Hobart

f. John Hussey m. ?

Ship: Blackfriar 1851

Cause of Death: murdered

  1. (m) Thomas Mannion b. 1856 Hobart Tas.
  2. (m) John Mannion b. Tasmania d. about 21/7/1925 Port Kembla 12169/1925 (Mary Larkin 1888)

Convict Indent:

Convicted at
Co Galway Ireland 14/3/1850
7 years
Prior convictions
Marital status
Could Not read or write
Height 5’ 3 ¾”, age 30, Sallow complexion, Red hair
Large face, low forehead, sandy eyebrows, blue eyes, freckled, pimple right side of nose
scar on left arm below elbow.

She was tried at Hobart on 11/2/1857 for assult and robbery with her sister-in-law Ann Mannion- sentence 12m hard labour, Cascades Gaol

Suspected Murder of an Old Woman.

A telegram from Wollongong states that a Five Islands, Port Kembla, an old woman named Winifred Manion, who lived in a hut by herself, was in the habit of going to Frank O'Donnell's house every day for milk. On O'Donnell's return from town on Thursday evening he was informed that the woman had not paid her usual visit. This was so unusual an occurrence that O'Donnell proceeded to her residence. On entering the premises he found Mrs Manion lying on her bed, unconscious, with a deep gash in her forehead. The bed was saturated with blood, but nothing in the hut had been disturbed. Everything, however, pointed to a brutal assault having been committed. The police were communicated with and the victim taken to the hospital, where she died. The authorities have no clue to the guilty party. The woman was an old-age pensioner. Barrier Miner 3 May 1902


The adjourned inquest touching the cause of death of Winifred Manion, who was found on Thursday, May 1, brutally assaulted in a hut on Five Islands Estate, and who died in Albert Memorial Hospital on the following day was resumed at the court house to-day before the Coroner (Mr C. C. Russell) and a jury of twelve. Senior-sergeant Banks conducted the case. Detective Fullerton was also in attendance.

John Manion, son of the deceased woman, deposed that his mother was 76 years of age, and resided with him at Kembla up to last year, subsequently removing to a hut on Five Islands Estate, where she lived by herself. He saw her three weeks prior to the assault, when she was in good health. On May 1 Mr. F. O'Donnell's son called on him about 6 o'clock and informed him that his mother was lying unconscious in her hut. When he arrived he found his mother lying in a pool of blood. He spoke to her, but received no answer. Nothing appeared to be disturbed in the hut and there was no blood about the floor. He sent for Dr Read, of Wollongong. In the meantime he made a search of the premises and found a purse in the box at the foot of the bed, which only contained a brooch and no money. Shortly after he helped to remove his mother to the Wollongong hospital she never having regained consciousness. His mother was in receipt of an old age pension.

Dr Read stated that on examining deceased he found the left side of her head and face clotted with blood, which had soaked through the pillow. Her left side was paralysed. There was blood on the palm of her right hand, which had dried and was difficult to wash away. There was a wound of 2 inches in length above the left eyebrow. Deceased was unconscious all the time he was present. The wound was caused by a blunt instrument evidently having been given by a backhand hit. He afterwards examined the bar produced, and  found no blood on it. ln his opinion deceased died from laceration of the brain. He thought the wound had been caused 12 hours previously.

Francis O'Donnell deposed that deceased resided in a hut about 200 yards from his residence at Five Islands. He last noticed deceased alive on April 30 in the afternoon. On the following day, on his return from Wollongong, one of his employees, McGrath, informed him deceased had not been about that day. He proceeded to the hut and called deceased by name. Her answer was a moan. He then struck a match and went in and fouud deceased lying in a pool of blood and unconscious. He did not hear any screams on the night of the assault.

Dr Lee, Government Medical Officer, stated that he saw deceased at the hospital on May 2. She was then alive, but died a few hours afterwards. On May 3 he made a post-mortem examination. The only wound deceased had was on the left eyebrow, which  was caused by a blow. All the other organs were in a remarkably healthy condition.

Neville Carney, a State boy, in the employ of O'Donnell for five and a half years, stated that deceased came to the hut on April 19 last and sat down beside him at the breakfast table and asked him to bring her flour from Wollongong. Sho gave him a half-sovereign to pay for it. He noticed her purse, which contained about two half-crowns in one side and two half-sovereigns in the other. After a half- sovereign had been taken out there were two gold coins left.

Joseph McGrath, Catherine McInnes, Mary Bailey, Pete Reicke also gave evidence as to the finding of the deceased in the hut.

Senior-sergeant Banks stated that about 10 p .m. on the 1st, in consequence of a report, he proceeded to the scene of the tragedy and found deceased in bed. She was unconscious and moaning. He found blood-stained clothing at the door. He then made a search of the hut and surroundings and found a spot of blood on the corrugated iron at the top of the bed. There was no indication whatever that any struggle had taken place, nor had the doors and window been forced open. Since August, 1901, deceased had received £19 10s from the old-age pension fund.   Accompanied by Defective Fullerton, he had made full inquiries and obtained no clue whatever.

After two hours deliberation the jury returned a verdict that deceased died from the effects of a blow inflicted by some person or persons unknown to the jury.  The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 16 May 1902

Mannix Bridget (Twohill/Thuell/Twomey/Tuohill/Tohil)

b. abt 1833 d. 21/9/1915 Wollongong br. Wollongong

m. John Mannix 18/11/1855 Shoalhaven Reg Kiama RC

f. Edward Twohill m. Mary

  1. (m) Patrick Joseph Manix b. 24/8/1856 Dapto d. 26/2/1933 (Jane Larkin * 1890)
  2. (f) Ellen Maddoxs b. 14/12/1857 Dapto 13294/1858 d. 1872 Wollongong
  3. (f) Margaret Theresa Maddix * b. 24/4/1859 West Dapto 14103/1859 d. 15/8/1924 Marrickville (Charles John Highland 1880)
  4. (f) Mary Josephine Mannix b. 12/1/1860 West Dapto d. 1918 Paddington (Scanlan)
  5. (m) John Mannicks b. 21/1/1861 West Dapto 14296/1861
  6. (m) James Mathew Mamiseks b. 21/4/1863 Wollongong 15006/1863 (Margaret Daley 1900)
  7. (m) William Manix b. 4/1/1865 Wollongong Mount Keira 16856/1865 d/4/4/1888 Mount Keira
  8. (m) Edward Manix b. 30/8/1866 Mount Keira Wollongong d. 30/10/1904 Annanadale
  9. (f) Bridget Mary Manix b. 16/4/1868 Mount Keira
  10. (m) Maurice Manning b. 13/12/1869 Mount Keira d. 6/8/1870 Mount Keira
  11. (f) Catherine Mannix b. 28/5/1871 Mount Keira (Ernest Lowe 1896)
  12. (f) Hannah Mannix b. 12/11/1872 Mt Keira
  13. (m) Francis Manix b. 1/8/1874 Mount Keira d. 5/8/1875 Mount Keira
  14. (f) Bridget Ellen Manix b. 25/2/1877 Mt Keira Mines (James Templeton 1905)

Mannix Bridget see O’Hara

Manix Catherine (Sheehan/Skahan/Skane/Skeane)

b. abt 1817 d. 3/10/1903 Robertson

m. John Manix

f. Patrick Sheehan m. Catherine

  1. (m) John Menang b. 7/6/1851 Dapto
  2. (m) Patrick Mannox b. 21/4/1853 Dapto reg Kiama RC d. 3/3/1887 Burrawang (Mary A McGrath 1885)
  3. (f) Bridget Manix * b. 20/2/1855 Dapto d. 27/7/1938 Coffs Harbour (Patrick O’Neill 1884)
  4. (m) Michael Mannix b. 3/3/1857 Dapto 12203/1857
  5. (f) Maria Mary A Mannix b. 20/2/1859 Dapto 14101/1859
  6. (f) Catherine Manix b. 23/1/1861 West Dapto
  7. (m) Thomas Mannix b. 11/1/1863 Dapto 14932/1863
  8. (m) Denis Manix b. 23/8/1865 Dapto

Mrs. John Mannix, aged 86, died on Saturday, She had been a resident of the south coast for over 50 years. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Saturday 10 October 1903 p 5

Mannix/ Menang Catherine (Skeane)

m. John Menang

  1. John Menang b. 7/6/1851 Dapto

Mannix Ellen

With Edward Mannix a labourer.

Living at Mount Keira in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Mannix Miriam Jane (Larkin)

b. abt 1861 Dapto d. 7/6/1942 Wollongong br. Wollongong General

m. Patrick Mannix (1860 Dapto -26/2/1933 Son of John Mannix & Bridget Twohill * see O’Hara) 12/6/1890

f. Patrick Larkin m. Mary Kennedy *

  1. (f) Mary Eileen Mannix b. 28/7/1891
  2. (f) Anne Geneveva Mannix b. 18/3/1893 Mount Keira
  3. (f) Hilda May Mannix b. 8/4/1895 Mount Keira d. 29/1/1899 Mt Keira aged 3 years & 8 mths Typhoid fever
  4. (f) Grace Magdalena Mannix b. 15/7/1898 Mount Keira
  5. (f) Cecil J Mannix b. 1902 Wollongong
  6. (f) Myrtle E Mannix b. 1905 Wollongong

Living Mount Keira in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a miner.

Mannix Margaret (Daley)

b. abt 1873 Albion Park d. 17/4/1913 br. Wollongong general

m. James Mathew Mannix (1866 Mt Keira - 25/6/1938 Wollongong Son of John Mannix & Bridget Twohill * see O’Hara) 23/11/1900 St Francis Xavier’s

f. Michael Daley m. Margaret Collins *

  1. (m) William J Mannix b. 1901 Woonona
  2. (f) Margaret I Mannix b. 1903 Wollongong
  3. (f) Ellen M Mannix b. 1905 Woonona
  4. (f) Blancke K Mannix b. 1907 Wollongong
  5. (m) Thomas Cecil Francis Mannix b. 1908 Wollongong d. 11/9/1908 Mt Keira aged 11 weeks
  6. (m) Harold J Mannix b. 1910 Wollongong
  7. (m) Arthur L Mannix b. 1913 Wollongong

Living at Mount Keira in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a miner.

Mrs. J. Mannix- of Mt, Keira Road, died rather suddenly on Thursday morning. It is a particularly sad case, as she leaves a husband with six young children, the eldest of whom is but 12 years, while the baby is only a fortnight old. Widespread sympaithy is being expressed for the bereaved ones. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 18 April 1913 p 9

Mannix Maria (Cavanagh/ Keavery/Keareiny)

b. abt 1834 Co. Leitram Ireland d. 29/8/1899 Wollongong Hospital br. West Dapto Catholic Cemetery

m. Michael Mannix 5/10/1877 Dapto RC

f. Patrick Cavanagh m. Ellen

Brother Patrick Cavanagh also in NSW

Mannix Mary (Smith/Schmidt)

b. 7/6/1860 West Dapto d. 14/10/1926 Bulli

m. Michael Mannix (abt 1851 – 12/8/1927 Bulli Son of John Mannix & Catherine) 1903 Glebe

f. Francis J Smith/ Schmitt m. Victoria Matershake see Turnbull

Husband conducted a wood and coal yard at Bellambi

Mrs. Mary Mannix, wife of Mr. Michael Mannix, of Pioneer Road, Bellambi, died in the Bulli Hospital yesterday. Deceased was a sister to Mr. John Smith, of Coledale. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 15 October 1926 Page 16

Mrs. M. Mannix, a resident of Bellambi for a great number of years, died in the Bulli Hospital on Thursday at an advanced age. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 15 October 1926 Page 13

Mansbridge Charlotte

m. John Mansbridge

  1. (m) William R D Mansbridge b. 1838 CofE Dapto/Wollongong
  2. (m) Charles Mansbridge b. 10/10/1840 West Maitland
  3. (f) Anne Mansbridge b. 16/10/1842 West Maitland

Husband may have been in the military, her son Charles was and was given a military service medal at age 15.

Mansfield Amy

1903 Electoral roll –living at Convent Rd Dapto Domestic Duties

With George Mansfield a carpenter.

Manson Amie

1903 Electoral roll –living at The Meadows Domestic Duties

Manson Annie

1903 Electoral roll –living at Weston’s Meadows Domestic Duties

Manson Betsy Harriet (Dorrington)

b. 15/6/ aboard ‘Tantivy’ between England and the USA d. 1932 Carlingford br. Carlingford

m. Alexander John Wares Manson (abt 1842 Presbyterian Sydney St Andrew’s Church -30/9/1917 Epping Son of David Manson & Margaret ) 1872 Armidale

f. William Dorrington m. Emily Nye

  1. (m) Archibald William Manson b. 1873 Armidale
  2. (m) Alexander James Manson b. 1875 Armidale d. 6/11/1926
  3. (f) Marion Jessie Manson b. 1878 Armidale
  4. (f) Emily Margaret Manson b. 1883 Wollongong (Algernon S M Johnson 1909)

Husband was brother of David Wares Manson see Mary Ann Pryor *

Photograph held by the Sate Libarary of NSW

Manson Catherine

1903 Electoral roll –living at Osborne St Dapto Domestic Duties

Manson Clara

1903 Electoral roll –living at Weston’s Meadows Domestic Duties

Manson Mary Ann (Pryor)

b. abt 1855 d. 10/6/1945 Ashfield br. Albion Park General

m. David Wares Manson (abt 1847 Presbyterian Sydney St Andrew’s Church - 16/5/1913 Wollongong Son of David Manson & Margaret )

f. James Pryor m. Rosanna

  1. (f) Annie Adeline Manson b. 1877 Kiama
  2. (m) Alexander John Manson b. 1879 Wollongong (went to South Africa in the Boer War and stayed)
  3. (f) Elfrida M Manson b. 1883 Wollongong
  4. (m) David L Manson b. 1886 Wollongong
  5. (m) Archibald P Manson b. 1889 Wollongon
  6. (f) Florence Rose Manson b. 1883 Wollongong d. 8/2/1978 Merrylands (George Langley 1900)

1903 Electoral roll –living at The Meadows Domestic Duties

Husband was brother of Alexander John Wares Manson see Betsy H Dorrington *

Manston Mary Jane (Green then Campbell)

b. 16/1/1877 Anvil Creek d. 8/3/1953 Homebush

m. Robert Henry Campbell (1872 Paddington -1923 Homebush Son of Charles W Campbell & Ann J) 28/6/1897 Wollongong

m. Alfred Edward Manston (-1939 Burwood Son of William Joseph Knight Manston & Mary Ann) 1926

f. John Bolam Green m. Jane Watson *

  1. (f) Ivy J Campbell b. 1898 Woonona 36150/1898
  2. (f) Linda M Campbell b. 1900 Woonona 28019/1900
  3. (m) Albert H Campbell b. 1903 Woonona 26814/1903
  4. (m) Bertie W Campbell b. 1907 Woonona 9517/1907
  5. (f) Millicent N D Campbell b. 1909 Wollongong
  6. (f) Doris B Campbell b. 1912 Wollongong
  7. (m) John W Campbell b. 1916 Wollongong

Living at Balgownie in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties First husband a miner.

MANSTON, Mary Jane.—March 7, 1953, at her residence, 20 Malta Street, Homebush, widow of the late Alfred Edward Manston and loving mother of Ivy, Linda, Albert, Bertie, Millie, Doris, and Jack.

Mant Caroline (Hannay)

b. abt 1874 d. 19/1/1941 Wollongong br. Brownsville Anglican

m. William Mant ( abt 1860 -19/3/1933 Wollongong Son of Joseph Mant & Emma) 1902 Rockdale

f. James Hannay m. ?

  1. (m) William Arthur Mant b. 1906 Dapto d. 1973 Wollongong

Living at Balgownie in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties


The death occurred In tho Wollongong District Hospital on Sunday, of Mrs. Caroline Mant, at the age of 67 years. The late Mrs. Mant had lived in Dapto for about 25 years, where she made a wide circle of friends who will mourn her passing. She was a prominent worker for the local Red Cross, where her services will be miss ed. Her body was laid to rest in the Brownsville cemetery alongside her late husband, who predeceased her by about 10 years. The Rev. M. A. Pay- ten, who was assisted by Rev. Willson (Methodist) officiated at the graveside. Much sympathy is felt for Mr. William Mant and his two step-sisters, Mrs. Fanny Myers, Redfern, and Mrs. Ellis (Ellice) Fairhurst, Wollongong.

Mant Edith Eliza (Millington)

b. 1872 Sussexd. 9/1/1931 Bulli br. Bulli General

m. Henry Joseph Mant (abt 1875 Bognor Sussex – 11/9/1947 Woonona ) 1893 East Preston Sussex

f. Richard Frederick Millington m. Charlotte Belam

  1. (m) Henry Frederick John Mant b. 1896 d. 1946 Wollongong
  2. (f) Edith May M Mant b. 1898 d. 1983 (Alfred Narbeth 1916 )
  3. (m) Charles William Robert Mant b. 1900 d. 1965 Wollongong (Ethel Tresidder 1921 )
  4. (f) Sylvia Elizabeth Mant b. 1905 d. 1985 (Edward T Chapman 1922)


We have to record the death of one well-known throughout the district in the person of Edith Eliza, wife of Mr. Henry Mant, of Bulli.

While attending a matinee at Royal Theatre, Bulli, last Saturday week (3rd January), this lady suddenly became very ill, having to be taken home, nnd Dr. Crossle and Dr. Palmerboth recommended that she be conveyed to Bulli Hospital, which was done next morning. Every attention was given her at the institution, but double pneumonia in septic form was too much for her to withstand, and, despite her brave efforts, she passed away during her sleep at midnight last Friday (9th), being bright and cheerful right to the last, never having lapsed into unconsciousness. The husband and family, also her sister (Mrs. Wheatland, of Harden) and brother (Mr. Millington, of Thirroul) had been re maining at her bedside, and she con versed freely with them prior to lapsing into her last sleep.

The body was conveyed to the Home in Bulli, ..

The interment took in place in Hie Church of England section of Bulli cemetery, ..

With her husband and. family, the late Mrs. Mant came from Littlhampton (Sussex, England) about 23 years ago. They first made their home in Bulli and remained there throughout, with the exception of three years in Wollongong, and they, also, made two trips to England. In both Bulli and Wollongong Mr. Mailt has conducted, in turn, a livery stable and motor bus business, and the deceased proved a remarkable helpmate to her husband, being a good business woman, and one who created an impression with all customers, tourists in particular showing much appreciation of her attention and help. She was ofbright and happy nature, with kindly feeling.

In addition to the husband, the family is comprised of Mrs. A. Narbeth (May, Woonona), .Mrs. E. Chapman (Sylvia, Bulli), Frederick , (Wollongong), Charles (Woonona). There is much sympathy for themIllawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 16 January 1931 Page 8

Mant Sarah Ann Maud (Gifford)

b. 3/8/1868 Queanbeyan d. 13/5/1901 Wollongong br. Brownsville Anglican

m. William Mant (abt 1860 -19/3/1933 Son of Joseph Mant & Emma) 11/6/1889 Queanbeyan

f. George Gifford m. Frances Smith

  1. (f) Frances Emma Mant b. 1894 Rockdale d. 1973 Sydney (Henry Wilson 1912, James R Myers 1930)
  2. (f) Edith Annie Mant b. 1896 Queanbeyan
  3. (f) Ellice May Mant b. 1897 Wollongong 1970 Wollongong (Fairhurst)

Mantel Isabel

Living at South Clifton in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Marceau/ Marcan Ellen (Rixon)

b. 13/12/1844 Dapto V18451654 30A/1845 d. 20/8/1939 Bankstown

m. John Marceau ( 6/7/1845 Dapto- 31/8/1942 Lidcombe Son of Joseph Marceau & Mary Barrett *) 1866 Wollongong

f. Benjamin Rixon m. Margaret Finnamore *

  1. (m) Alfred James Rixon b. 1862 Wollongong d. 1939 Kogarah (Mary Jane Taylor 1905)
  2. (f) Teresa Marceau b: 1867 Grafton d. 1869
  3. (f) Ada Isabel Teresa Marceau b: 1868 Jugiong (William C Norris 1895)
  4. (f) Emily Florence Marceau b. 1870 Richmond River d. 1870
  5. (f) Mary Constance Hassall Marceau b: 1871 Richmond River (Sydney W G Kirk 1887)

Playmates at School

MR. and Mrs. JOHN MARCEAU, of Revesby, near Bankstown, have just celebrated the seventieth anniversary of their wedding.

Both were born at Dapto, New South Wales. Mr. Marceau was born on July 7, 1845, and Mrs. Marceau on December 12. 1844. They were pupils at the same school at Dapto, but after they left school Mr. Marceau lost sight of his friend for several years.

Then, one day, while he was a guest at a wedding in the district, he saw a pretty girl among the party. He asked another guest who was the attractive girl with the lovely curls. The man replied: “You should know Ellen; you went to school with her,” Mr. Marceau said he immediately renewed his friendship with his former playmate, and they were married six weeks later.

After their marriage they spent a number of years on the land in the Clarence and Richmond River districts. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 10 December 1936

Old Resident Passes

The death occurred last Sunday, at Bankstown of Mrs Ellen Marceau, at the age of 97 years.

The late Mrs. Marceau is survived by her husband, John, who is aged 94 and one daughter. John, is a brother to Jim, of Figtree, who is 82, and the only surviving member of the Marceau family is Ellen (Mrs. Dillworth) who is 89,

Two years ago two other members of the family died, aged 89 and 84 respectively.

The late Mrs. Marceau was formerly a Miss Rixon, her father, Benjamin Rixon, being an expert tracker; he recovered many lost people in those years.

The old couple who were both born at Dapto, were resident in the Bankstown district for several years and in 1936 they celebrated the 70th anniversary of their wedding.

Two grandsons of Mr. and the late Mrs. Marceau (Tom and Eric Kirk, of Mt. Wilson) won the logsawing championship at the R.A.S. Show last year.

The funeral took place to the Rookwood Cemetery and was largely attended. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 25 August 1939 Page 8

Marceau Mary (Barrett)

b. 1815 d. 14/2/1909 br. Old Grave Yard West Dapto Catholic Cemetery

m. Joseph Marceau (24/1/1806 L'Arcadie, Quebec, Canada -8/6/1883 West Dapto Son of James Marceau & Archange Bourgeois) 9/10/1844 Wollongong (record hard to read)

f. John Barrett m. Ellen Simpson *

  1. (m) John Marceau b. 6/7/1845 Dapto d. 31/8/1942 Lidcombe (Ellen Rixon * 1866)
  2. (f) Mary Ann Marceau * b. 28/10/1847 Dapto d. 26/8/1936 Lakemba (James Perkins 1867)
  3. (f) Ellen Rose Marceau b. 24/11/1849 Dapto d. 1940 Newtown (Alford Waterman 1870, Samuel John Ferguson 1873, William Dilworth abt 1900)
  4. (m) Joseph Francis Marcaux b. 11/12/1851 Dapto d. 14/7/1936 Araluen (Margaret A Grigg 1878)
  5. (m) Edward Luke Marceau b. 17/10/1853 Dapto d. 4/12/1917 Mortdale (Elizabeth Sinclair 1879)
  6. (f) Emilie Marceau *b. 6/10/1855 Dapto d. 10/10/1932 Helensburg (Boyd North Harper 1881, Daniel Makin 1900)
  7. (m) James Marceau b. 6/1/1858 West Dapto 13310/1858 d. 20/5/1947 Figtree (Rebecca Clarke * 1886)
  8. (m) Benjamin Alhanitius Marceau b. 2/5/1860 West Dapto 13871/1860 d. 1922 Dapto (Mary Ann Barber * 1892)
  9. (f) Perpetua Marie (Isabella T) Marceau b. 2/7/1862 West Dapto 15077/1862 d 1914 Cornelian Bay Tas.(Charles Ernest Husband 1892)
  10. (f) Teresa Bridget Marceau *b. 8/10/1864 West Dapto 16579/1864 d. abt 1896 (Oliver W Collier 1890)
  11. (f) Isabella Anne Marceau * b. 16/3/1869 Wollongong d. 11/2/1898 Dapto (John Hollingworth 1893)

Living at West Dapto in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Husband was a shoemaker then farmed at Dapto. He was a French Canadian sent to Australia as a convict for taking part in a rebellion.

Abduction. - Thomas Maguire was brought before the court on remand, charged with having abducted Ellen Rose Marceau, daughter of Josoph Marceau, of West Dapto, the said Ellen Rose Marceau being under 16 years of age. Joseph Marceau deposed that Ellen Rose Marceau, the girl before the court, was his daughter. Ellen Woods, wife of Arthur Woods, publican at Appin, deposed that on the 27th of last month, the prisoner had breakfast at her house at which the girl was present; deponent   had very little conversation with them ; they said that they had walked from the London River that morning ; they left deponent's house for Campbelltown in a cart, Mr. Woods driving them, and the prisoner paying for the convey- ance ; they did not say they were man and wife, nor did deponent ask them whether they were married or not, but she took them to be man and wife, and remarked to the girl that she had a young face for a wife. Ellen Rose Marceau deposed as follows : -I recollect the 26th day of last month ; on that day I was under the care, and protection of my father; I have known the prisoner for eighteen months ; he is a married man: I left my father's house with   him on the 26th of September last without my father's consent; the prisoner induced me to go away with him; he made arrangements with me to meet him at the big tree just behind our house; I left my father's house about 10 o'clock at night; the prisoner was waiting for me out- side at that time; he had horses at Mrs. Smith's bush at West Dapto, to which place I went; I took a small bundle of clothing with me, we mounted the horses and went on ; the prisoner stopped two or three minutes at Charcoal, at the place where Thomas Lindsay used to keep a butcher's shop. William Rogan was at the   place when prisoner stopped; Rogan went with us to the other side of Fairy Meadow; we were all on horseback; I had no conversation with Rogan ; prisoner cautioned me not to have any conversation with Rogan: on the other side of   Fairy Meadow William Rogan took the horses and went back, leaving me in company with the prisoner ; that occurred about two hours after leaving home ; after Rogan left us we stayed at the house where Mr. Brasnell keeps a school; no one stays there during the night; that house is on the road to Appin, near the mountain; we got in by the window, prisoner getting in first, and we slept there together; we left a little before daylight, and then proceeded to the top of the mountain where we stayed all day and then walked on to where they change horses at a river, where we stayed the remainder of the night in the bush; we left there next morning, and walked on to Appin ; prisoner took me to Mrs. Woods' house at Appin; we had refreshment there for which prisoner paid; Mrs. Woods asked me how old I was, and I said I would be eighteen next month ; prisoner did not tell me to say I was eighteen ; we went to Campbelltown in Mr. Woods' cart; prisoner paid Mr. Woods for driving them to Campbelltown; Mr. Woods drove them to an hotel in Campbelltown, near the railway station; they proceeded thence to Sydney, and took lodgings at Glue's boarding-house, in Pitt-street, where they had a room which they occupied as man and wife; at the end of the week prisoner said he was going to Dapto to get some money, he said he expected some money would have been sent to him by William Rogan ; the amount was £10 or £15, and that it was because he did not receive the money that he went to Dapto; he left her half a-crown, and told her to say if she should be taken in Wollongong that she left her home on her own accord, and that he did not take her away. On last Saturday week witness heard that prisoner was apprehended; William Rogan wrote a letter to that effectt to Thomas Pearson, who lived in Darling-street, Woolloomooloo; when the letter arrived she was not then boarding at Glue's, having left because Glue did not know the prisoner, and she had no money ; witness had friends in Sydney, but she did not go and see any of them ; prisoner would not let her see her friends; he said if witness saw her friends they would write and tell her father where she was; witness went to service ; prisoner never wrote to her; prisoner had made love to her before she left home for about three months; he had been endeavoring to get her from home during the whole of that time. Cross-examined: Prisoner had made love to her for two or three months ; he used to come and see witness, and she used to visit him ; she was aware that he was a married man ; he did not live a quarter of a mile from her father's house; she went more than half-a-dozen times to prisoner's house; his wife was present, but she did not tell witness to keep away; the bundle which she took from her father's house contained some of her own clothing ;she got the bundle ready on Monday ;   none of the family saw her getting it ready ; the arrangementt to leave was made on the previous Sunday. Re-examined: The prisoner had told her he was not married ; he said the marriage was no good, as his wife had no marrage lines to show; he promised to marry witness; his wife was confined in her father's house, and witness was godmother to the child ; when she went to prisoner's house she did not go to see the child, but she did see both his wife and child. The prisoner reserved his defence, and was committed for trial. Illawarra Express, October 28. The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) Friday 3 November 1865

Marceau Mary Ann (Barber)

b. 1864 Dapto d. 7/8/1912 Dapto br. Brownsville

m. Benjamin Alhanitius Marceau (2/5/1860 West Dapto -1922 Dapto Son of Joseph Marceau & Mary Barrett *) 1/1/1888

f. Edwin Barber m. Frances Fanny Bodycote *

  1. (f) Pauline Faith Marceau b. 29/6/1888 West Dapto d. 1909 Dapto
  2. (f) Marie Gladys Marceau b. 22/4/1891 West Dapto
  3. (m) Cyril V. Marceau b. 1893 Wollongong
  4. (f) Perpetua Frances Marshall/Marceau b. 29/10/1895 Dapto d. 1932 Balmain North (Leslie Irving 1918)

Living at West Dapto in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties


Our Dapto correspondent writes : — Very much sympathy is expressed at the sudden demise of Mrs. Marceau, wife of the esteemed host of the Dapto Hotel Mrs. Ben Marceau. The deceased lady took ill on Wednesday last, and died early on Saturday morning after a short but painful sickness. Dr. Henry and the nurses did all that was possible, but of no avail, and she passed away as stated at the early age of 43 years. The remains were interred in the Brownsville cemetery on Sunday afternoon.

The funeral was of extraordinary length. Fully 350 people were at the graveside to pay their last respect, whilst the coffin was strewn with wreaths from relative and friends. She leaves a husband and three grown up children to mourn their loss. The Rev. O'Neill, C.E. officiated, and the funeral arrangements were conducted by Messrs. Osborne and Son, of Wollongong. The late Mrs. Marceau was a sister of Mr. B. Osborne, and Mrs. C. Massey, of Crown-street. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 13 August 1912 Page 2

Marceau Rebecca (Clarke)

b. 1863 Wollongong d. 19/11/1927 br. Wollongong General

m. James Marceau ( abt 1827- ?/9/1947 Figtree Son of Joseph Marceau & Mary Barrett *)

f. John W Clarke m. Maria Graham *

  1. (m) Lancelot Marceau b. 22/4/1887 South Kembla d. New Zealand ?
  2. (f) Stella Marcelline P Marceau b. 20/2/1887 South Kembla d. 1965 Bulli (Thomas J Conley 1910)
  3. (m) Zephaniah Marceau b. 1887 Wollongong
  4. (m) Bertrand Rupert Marceau b. 20/2/1890 South Kembla d. 29/11/1951

(Lancelot, Betrand and Stella Marceau were baptised at St Francis Xavier’s on 8/5/1897 )

Living Fig Tree in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties.


It is a coincidence that within a week of the death of her sister (Mrs. H. Edwards) that Mrs. Marceau, wife of Mr. Marceau, of Figtree, should pass away. Her death occurred on Saturday last and the remains were interred in the Wollongong cemetery on Sunday afternoon. The late Mrs. Marceau, who was 65 years of age, was the eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Clarke, who kept the Mt. Keira. Hotel, Figtree, in the early days. She was a woman of many fine qualities, and was noted for her kindness and good nature when trouble or sickness entered any home in the locality in which she resided — she was one of the first to always come forward and render assistance — and her death is mourned by many friends outside her family circle. She is survived, by a husband, two daughters and three sons, for whom much sympathy is felt. Messrs. G. and T. Clarke, of Wollongong are brothers. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 25 November 1927 p 4

Marcello Mary (Burke)

m. Munnii Marcello

  1. (f) Lucy Marcello b. 11/3/1852 Dapto

Marchant see Merchant

Marcy ()

m. Henry Marcy

  1. (f) Catherine Marcy b. 17/12/1864 Dapto

Marden/ Mardan /Maisden/Masden/Mordon Mary (Kelly/ Keily)

b. abt 1834 d. 15/6/1900 br. Kangaroo Valley

m. William Mordon (abt 1832- 24/7/1922 Berry) 1856 Kiama 1511/1856

  1. (m) William Mardan b. 3/9/1857 Jerringong bp Kiama RC d.
  2. (m) John Masden b. 8/3/1859 Kiama bp Kiama RC
  3. (f) Sarah Jane Marden b. 26/10/1860 Gerringong bp Kiama RC
  4. (f) Elizabeth Marden b. abt 1863 d. 11/6/1887 Kangaroo Valley
  5. (m) Thomas Marden b. abt 1864 d. 5/12/1944
  6. (m) George Masden b. 28/3/1866 Gerringong bp Kiama RC d. 4/11/1948 Berry
  7. (m) Henry Mardon b. 2/2/1868 Gerringong bp Kiama RC d. 26/6/1958
  8. (m) Richard Marden b. 28/8/1869 Shellharbour bp Kiama RC d. NZ
  9. (f) Mary-Ann Marsden b. 26/5/1871 Gerringong bp Kiama RC (Richard Whtimore 1898)
  10. (f) Margaret Maisden b. 25/7/1875 Gerringong bp Kiama RC (James J Wright 1898)

Husband a settler/farmer

MARDEN.—Died at Kangaroo Valley, at her parents' residence, on the 11th June, ELIZABETH, second daughter of William and Mary Marden, aged 24 years. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Tuesday 28 June 1887 p 2

Shellharbour Council has a family history

Mark Mary Anne (Power)

b. abt 1869 Waterford Ireland d. 14/2/1946 Berkeley br. Brownsville Anglican

m. William Goodman/Godwin Mark (abt 1860 England – 24/3/1943 ) 1888 Townsville Qld

Parents unknown on death certificate.

  1. (m) Arthur William Mark b. 1889 Qld d. 1969 Sydney
  2. (m) Edgar Mark b. ? bp St Francis Xavier’s 10/11/1891 Wollongong 38460/1891 d. 1977
  3. (f) Mary Anne Marks b. 2/9/1893 Albion Park (Walter Massey 1914)
  4. (m) William Mark b. 1895 Wollongong d. 1914 Coonamble
  5. (m) Charles Mark b. 1898 Wollongong d. 1982
  6. (f ) Madeline Mark (Michael J Rowles 1929)
  7. (f) Kathleen Grace Mark b. 1906 Dapto ( Francis G Watts 1939)
  8. (f) Violet Jeanie Mark b. 1911 Dapto (Peter E J Engstrom 1932)

Golden Wedding Anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. W. Mark, of Dapto, celebrated the golden anniversary of their wedding on Tuesday. They have lived in Dapto for the past 45 years arid in that time they have won the respect and esteem of all sections of the community. Both are endowed with a great sense of civic duty. Mrs. Mark is a .foundation member of the Dapto branch of the Red Cross Society and was a great worker for various, patrotic bodies during the war. Mr. Mark has always been willing to assist any public movement for the advancement of the town. Both have a gentleness of nature that has endeared them to all who came in contact with them. Mr.Mark, in his youth, was a member of .the British Imperial Forces. His regiment was sent to Malta in 1878 when Admiral Homsby's fleet sailed through the Dardenelles defying the Turks to fight. He served twice in the Soudan war. As a member of the British Camel Corps he fought at Tel-el-Keber in 1882. Next year he resigned from the force and came to Australia, but enlisted with the Australian Unit for the Soudan in 1885. Following in his father's footsteps during the last Great War, a son Edgar, camped at Tel-el-Keber almost on the same site as his father had occupied many years before. Mr. and Mrs. Mark were married at Townsville on September 13, 1888. They have a grown up family of three sons and four daughters, one son died just before the outbreak of war. On Saturday as many members of the. family as possible will assemble at the parents home to celebrate the anniversary. Already, Mr. and Mrs. Mark have been recipients of many congratulations, a large number being by letter and telegram. On. Tuesday, at a meeting of the ; Red Cross Society, Miss Harris, on behalf of the members present Mrs. Mark with a lovely Doulton jug, at the same time referring to the splendid service. Mrs.. Mark had rendered to the Society for many years. In acknowledging the presentations, Mrs. Mark said it had come as a pleasant surprise.Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 16 September 1938 p 12


As briefly reported in our last issue, Mrs. Mary A. Mark passed away after a short illness last week at the residence of her , daughter, Mrs. W. Massey, of Berkeley, aged 77 years. The . late Mrs. Mark was born in Waterford, Ireland, and came to Australia when a young woman. While living in ToWnsville, Queensland, she met her late husband, Mr. W. Mark, and they were married there. About 55 years ago they came to the South Coast and made a home inWollongong, later removing to Albion Park. Eventually they came to Dapto, where Mr. Mark carried on a tailoring business for many years in both World Wars Mrs. Mark was a staunch worker for the Dapto branch of the Red Cross. In the last war members made her a small, presentation in appreciation of services rendered. She was of a gentle, kindly nature, and a good neighbour. Widely known throughout the district, she was held in very high esteem by everyone. Her husband predeeeased her over two years ago, and his passing removed one of the most widely known residents of the town. Surviving members of the. family are Messrs. Arthur (Sydney), Edgar (Newcastle) and Charles (Lithgow), May (Mrs. W. Massey), Kathleen (Mrs. F. Watts, Sydney), Madeline (Mrs. M. Rowles, Wollongong) and Jeannie (Mrs. P. Engstrom, Sydney). Two sons, Messrs. Edgar and Charles, served in World War I. The funeral last Friday, left her late residence, in Station st. Dapto, for the Brownsville C. of E. cemetery, there being a large gathering of residents to pay their last respects. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 22 February 1946 p 9

Markham Alicia Margaret (Cleary)

b. 23/2/1873 Marshall Mount 3748/1870 d. 10/3/1916 Beatson St Wollongong br. Wollongong General

m. James Markham (3/10/1870 Dapto - 14/9/1940 Coniston Son of James Markham & Margaret Thompson *)1897 Sydney

f. John Cleary m. Mary Jane O’Dowd *

  1. (m) John Cahill Markham b. 30/6/1898 Marshalmount d. 1971 Wollongong
  2. (f) Violet Veronica Markham b. 31/8/1899 Marshallmount (Learmouth )
  3. (f) Eileen Ivy Markham b. 22/3/1901 Marshallmount (Cowan)
  4. (m) Leslie James Markham b. 1903 Albion Park
  5. (m) Vincent Charles Markham b. 1904 Albion Park d. 1974
  6. (f) Mary W I Markham b. 1907 Wollongong (Roy Duley 1935 )

1903 Electoral roll –living at Marshall Mount Domestic Duties. Husband a labourer.

The death occurred at Beatson street, Wollongong, last Friday, of Mrs. Markham wife of Mr James Markham. The deceased was stricken down with paralysis live days before her death. Mrs. Markham was a native of Marshall Mount, and was 35 years of age. She was very highly respected by all those who knew her, and general regret has been extended towards the husband and six children. The remains were laid to rest in the Roman Catholic cemetery on Saturday afternoon, Rev. Father Dunne officiating at the graveside. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 14 March 1916 p 2

Markham Catherine/Katherine (Pembroke)

b. 1871 d.

m. William Henry Markham (1864 Wollongong -1942 Sydney Son of James Markham & Margaret Thompson * ) 1890 Kiama

f. William Pembroke m. Sarah Forde *

  1. (m) Joseph E C Markham b. 1890 Taralga
  2. (f) Pauline Markham b. 1892 Gundagai
  3. (m) William H Markham b. 1893 Gundagai
  4. (m) Frederick G Markham b. 1895 Gundagai
  5. (m) Harold Markham b. 1899 Gundagai
  6. (f) Kathleen M Markham b. 1904 Dapto d. 1940 (Walter T Hall 1923)

Living at Dapto Rd Dapto in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a photographer.

Markham Elizabeth (Thompson)

b. abt 1838 Kempsey

m. William Markham ( - 5/5/1893 Marshall Mount ) 1862 Wollongong 3270/1862

f. Thomas Thompson m. Jane James *

  1. (f) Mary Jane Markham * b. 1863 Wollongong 15047/1863 (James Daley 1888)
  2. (m) James Maekham b. 1865 Wollongong 16886/1865
  3. (m) William Marcom b. 27/4/1867 Marshall Mount 17951/1867
  4. (f) Teresa Markham b. 9/8/1869 Dapto/ Marshalmount 19922/1869 (John Forsyth 1901)
  5. (m) James Markim b. 15/10/1871 Marshellmount 19677/1871 d. 1898 Casino
  6. (f) Louisa Markham * b. 18/7/1873 Marshall Mount 20864/1873 d. 19/7/1939 Lithgow (William Joseph Wilkinson )
  7. (m) George Markham b. abt 1876 Marshal Mount 22513/1876 (bp at Albion Park RC on same day as cousin Charles Markham )
  8. (f) Eva Elizabeth Markham b. 26/1/1879 Albion Park 26031/1879
  9. (m) Walter Markam b. 15/2/1881 Marshall Mount 18842/1881

Living at Marshall Mount in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Markham Louisa see Wilkinson

Markham Margaret (Thompson)

b. abt 1838 Kempsey d. 17/3/1910 br. Wollongong

m. James Markham ( abt 1831- 9/3/1928 Son of Henry Markham & ?) 1862 Wollongong 3277/1862

f. Thomas Thompson m. Jane James *

  1. (m) James Markham b. 3/10/1870 Dapto 19065/1870 d. 14/9/1940 Coniston (Alicia Cleary *1897, ?)
  2. (f) Elizabeth Jane Markham * b. 11/1/1862 Marshall Mount 15177/1862 d. 2/8/1942 (Frederick Weston Perry 1883)  
  3. (f) Mary Jane Markham * b. abt 1863 Marshall Mount (James Daley 1888)
  4. (m) William Henry Markham b. 1864 Wollongong 16544/1864 d. 1942 ( Catherine Pembroke)
  5. (m) John Markham
  6. (m) Frederick James Markham b. 1866 Wollongong 16592/1866 d. 19/2/1948 Sydney
  7. (f) Naomi Markham * b. 13/7/1868 Marshal Mount 18195/1868 (James Burns 1890)
  8. (f) Isabella Markham * b. 28/5/1873 Albion Park 20814/1873 d. 1951 Bulli (Thomas H Judd 1898)
  9. (m) Charles Markham b. 1876 Marshallmount 22530/1876 d. 4/6/1934 Wollongong ( Winifred Liston * 1901)  
  10. (f) Florence Maria Markham * b. abt 1881 Marshal Mount 18857/1881 (John Bessell 1908)
  11. (f) Letitia Margaret Markham b. 9/10/1884 Marshallmount 22918/1884 (Walter King 1903)  
  12. (f) Lily E Markham * b. 1878 Albion Park 24820/1878 (Denis Copas 1900)

Husband a farmer

Markham Naomi

Unmarried or no father listed

  1. (m) Frederick G Markham b. 1865 Wollongong 16914/1865

Markham Winifred (Liston)

b. abt 1882 Sydney d. 2/5/1945 br. Wollongong

m. Charles Markham (1876 Marshalmount- 4/6/1934 Son of James Markham & Margaret Thompson ) 10/4/1901 St John’s Dapto

f. John Liston m. Mary Hogan

  1. (f) Irene Hildegard Markham b. 5/1/1902 Dapto
  2. (f) Edith M Markham b. 1903 Wollongong
  3. (m) Ernest Markham b. 1905 Wollongong
  4. (m) John C Markham b. 1907 Wollongong
  5. (m) Raymond T Markham b. 1909 Wollongong
  6. (m) Terence F Markham b. 1913 Wollongong

Living Denison St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties.

* Note listed on marriage as being born 1871

Marks Clara Kezia Bedford (Uther)

b. 28/2/1841 Sydney d. 2/4/1924 Neutral Bay br. Kiama Presbyterian

m. Samuel Marks (12/6/ 1832 Sydney- 10/1/ 1908 Tabbagong, Kiama Son of James M Marks & Elizabeth Charles * ) 8/6/ 1859 St Michaels Surry Hills

f. Reuben Uther m. Ann Iredale

  1. (m) Ernest John Marks b. 9/9/1861 Culwulla, Jamberoo d. 9/1/ 1925 Cottage Hospital, Kiama ( Mary Anne Millicent Major *1898)
  2. (f) Ida Elizabeth Jane Marks b. 13/10/ 1863 Marksville Albion Park d. 236/1951 Manly (Henry John King 1890)
  3. (f) Annie Uther Marks * b. 16/4/ 1867 Marksville Albion Park d. 23/10/1957 Turramurra (Caleb Terrey 1888, Harrison)
  4. (f) Clara Lillian (Lily) Marks * b. 12/7/1869 Marksville, Albion Park d. 1948 Perth WA (Frederick Allen Kendall 1900)
  5. (f) Maude Evelyn Marks * b. 27/1/ 1877 Terragong, Jamberoo d. 17/6/1962 Roseville (Hedley E Fox 1907)

Living Terralong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Bride married with the permission of her guardian Charles Cameron

On the 9th instant, at Culwalla, Jamberoo, the wife of Mr. Samuel Marks, of a son. Examiner (Kiama, NSW : 1859 - 1862) Tuesday 24 September 1861 p 2

ON January 27th, at Terrragong, Jamberoo, the wife of Mr. SAMUEL MARKS of a daughter. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Tuesday 20 February 1877 p 2

OBITUARY. MRS. CLARA MARKS. ,   The death took place at a Private Hospital Neutral Bay, Sydney on Wednesday last, of   Mrs Marks, relict of the late Sam uel Marks of Terragong, at the age of 83 years, the interment taking place. at the Presbyterian Cemetery, Nth,   Kiama on Thursday, , when the   Rev. G. . M Turbett officiated. The late Mrs. Marks was well known in this and the surrounding district and with her husband was widely es temed representing an early district     family of the South Coast. After her husband's death she removed from Terragong to Rose Ville for some time and later came to reside in Kiama where her interest in gardening surrounded her home in a       bower of flowers. After her youngest'   daughter, Mrs. H. E. ,Fox, removed to Rose Ville she again left Kiama to be near Dr and Mrs. Fox and family, and has passed away after some four years residence Beside her son Me E J. Marks. of Terragong and his fami ily, Ms., Marks left ,four daughters to mourn her in Mrs H. 'I'. King Bellevue Hill;,Mrs. Harrison, Bowral; Mrs: F.   Kendall, West Australia; and Mrs. H. E Fox, Rose Villa The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Saturday 5 April 1924

Marks Elizabeth Preston ( Moffitt then Little)

b. 29/10/1833 Sydney d. 19/1/1908 Glenrock, Darling Point br. Waverley

m. Archibald Little 1851 CofE Sydney, St James' V185171 37B/1851

m. John Marks (24/11/1826 Coagh Tyrone Ireland -3/3/1885 Darling Point Son of James Marks & Elizabeth Charles *) 1/2/1860 St James Sydney

f. William Moffitt m. Mary Ann Galliot

  1. (m) Arthur W Little b. 1853 V1853221 39A/1853
  2. (m) John A Little b. 1855 V18553989 42B/1855
  3. (f) Amy Elizabeth Marks b. 20/11/1861Terragong, Jamberoo 8060/1861d. 6/2/1864 Sydney
  4. (f) Florence Mary Marks b. 8/2/1863 Jamberoo 8451/1863 d. 15/9/1932 Woollarha
  5. (m) Theodore John Marks b: 4 /6/1865 Terragong, Jamberoo 9801/1865 d. 23/11/1941 Potts Point
  6. (m) Alfred Stanley Marks b: 4/8/ 1867 Terragong, Jamberoo 10605/1867 d. 29/12/1914 London England
  7. (f) Elizabeth Preston Marks b. 25/9/1869 Terragong, Jamberoo 10605/1867
  8. (m) William James Marks b. 9/12/1871 Terragong, Jamberoo 11450/1872 d. 24/8/1876 Paddington
  9. (m) Henry Moffitt Marks b. 27/12/1874 Terragong, Jamberoo 13108/1875 d. 1876 Paddington
  10. (m) Norman Charles Marks b. 1877 Paddington 5059/1877 d. 1882 Woollahra
  11. (f) Marion Irene Marks b: 1879 Woollahra 6126/1879 d. 17/12/1955 Sydney

On the 1st instant, at St. James' Church, by the Rev. R. Allwood, John Marks, Esq., of Terrayong, Kiama, to Elizabeth Preston, relict of the late Archibald Little, Esq., of Sydney. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 4 February 1860

On the 8th instant, at Kiama, Mrs. John Marks, of a daughter. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 13 February 1863

August 4th, at Terragong, Mrs. John MARKS, of a son. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 8 August 1867 p 2

AT Terragong, on the 25th instant, the wife of JOHN MARKS, Esq., J.P., of a daughter. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 30 September 1869 p 2

At Terragong, on the 9th instant, the wife of John MARKS, of a son. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 14 December 1871 p 2

ON the 27th instant, at Terragong, Jamberoo, the wife of JOHN MARKS of a son. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 31 December 1874 p 2

Marks Elizabeth (Charles)

b. abt 1800 Ballyronan Derry Ireland d. 18/10/1863 Culwalla, Kiama br. Jamberoo Uniting

m. James Moody Marks (1796 Ballyronan Derry Ireland -26/11/1870 Culwalla, Jamberoo) 1821 Ireland

f. Richard Charles m. Margaret Hull

Ship: North Briton 1828

  1. (m) William Marks b. 8/10/1824 Ballyronan Londonderry Irland d. 31/12/1904 (Isabella Eliza Mackay Gray * 1853)
  2. (m) John Marks b. 24/11/1826 Coagh Tyrone Ireland d. 3/3/1885 (Elizabeth Preston Moffitt * 1860)
  3. (f) Margaret Marks b. 5/2/ 1830 Sydney d. 4/7/1905 (Alexander King 1847)
  4. (m) Robert Marks b. 5 /2/1830 Sydney d. 22/7/1905 (Jane Catherine Kendall * 1853)
  5. (m) Samuel Marks b. 12/6/ 1832 Sydney d. 10/1/1908 Tabbagong Kiama (Clara Kezia Bedford Uther * 1859)
  6. (m) James Marks b. 30 /1/ 1835 Sydney d. 12/1/1907 (Sarah Jane Moffitt * 1862)
  7. (u) Unknown Marks b. 30/1/ 1835 Sydney d. 31/1/1835
  8. (f) Ann Elizabeth Marks b. 5/1/ 1839 Kiama bp. Presbyterian Wollongong d. 1839 Figtree
  9. (f) Elizabeth Marks b. 7/8/1841 Sydney bp. Presbyterian Wollongong

Husband a baker, publican and farmer

MARKS-On the 18th October, at Kiama. Elizabeth, the wife of James Marks, senior, Esq., aged 63 years. Empire (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1875) Tuesday 27 October 1863

Marks Isabella Eliza Mackay (Gray)

b. 7/7/1826 Innesmagh Irland d. 8/1/1925 12 Balfour St Gore Hill br. Rookwood

m. William Marks (6/10/1824 Ballyronan Ireland- 31/12/1904 Bankstown Son of James M Marks & Elizabeth Charles * ) 12/7/1853 Omega Retreat Kiama

Husband a Teacher, Farmer

f. James Mackay Gray m. Sarah Ann Burton-Newry

  1. (f) Sarah Margaretta Elizabeth Marks b. 30/5/1854 Mount Joy Kiama d. 31/5/1854 Kiama
  2. (f) Alexandrina Carson Marks b. 6 /5/1856 Omega Retreat Kiama d. 13//1919 Balmoral
  3. (f) Kezia Wilhemina Burton Marks b. 1/4/1857 Mount Joy Kiama d. 8/10/1947 Sydney
  4. (f) Lydia Eunice Marks b. 10/8/1858 Mount Joy Kiama d. 27/8/1945 Manly
  5. (f) Paulina Jean Carlisle Marks b. 22/1/1860 Albiaton Milton d. 1886 Tweed River
  6. (m) John James Melchisadec Marks b. 28/11/1862 Albiaton Milton d. 31/8/1906
  7. (f) Phoebe Marks b. 3 /11/1863 Ulladulla d. 18/11/1937 Brisbane Qld
  8. (m) Elijah Caleb Job Marks b. 30/5/1864 Albiaton Milton d. 22/11/1946 Murwillumbah
  9. (f) Elizabeth Margaret Sarah Marks b. 8/8/ 1865 Albiaton Milton d. 17/1/1921 Orange
  10. (f) Deborah Mary Courtenay Marks b. 29/11/1866 Albiaton Milton d. 1867 Ulladulla
  11. (f) Clara Marks b. 18/3/1868 Ulladulla d. 1868 Ulladulla
  12. (f) Hannah Marks b. 31/1/1870 Nellingen Clyde River d. 26/4/1891 Lismore

Marks Jane Catherine (Kendall)

b. 4/4/1831 Campbelltown d. 11/7/1860 Kiama br. Burroul Kiama

m. Robert Marks (5 /2/1830 Sydney – 22/7/1905 Burwood Son of James M Marks& Elizabeth Charles *) 6/1/1853 Kiama

f. Thomas Sufleet Kendall m. Caroline Blake Rutter *

  1. (f) Elizabeth Caroline (Carrie) Marks *b. 12/10/ 1853 Kiama d. 9/1/1930 Burwood (Henry Albert Uther 18
  2. (f) Charlotte Jane Marks * b. 18/9/1854 Terry Meadows d. 1909 Jamberoo (Stanley Herbert Uther 1881)
  3. (f) Margaret Kendall Marks b. 31/1/1856 Wollongong d. 2/2/1921 Kiama
  4. (f) Mary Clarissa Marks b. 1858 Kiama (James Hair 1883)
  5. (m) James Surfleet Marks b. 8/5/ 1860 Kiama d. 6/7/1946 Sydney

On the 6th instant, by special license, at Kiama, by the Rev. Samuel Barneer, Robert Marks, Esq., of Jamberoo, to Jane, eldest daughter of Thomas Kendall,,Esq, Happy Villa, Kiama. Empire 20 January 1853

On the 11th instant, at Kiama, Jane, the beloved wife of Robert Marks, Esq., and eldest daughter of Thomas Kendall, Esq., J.P.,   of Kiama, deservedly beloved by all who knew her. The Sydney Morning Herald 19 July 1860

Husband a Farmer

Marks Mary (Mullins)

b. 1859 Gosford d. 23/12/1945 Wollongong

m. Thomas Marks (1859 Penzance Cornwall- 1919 Wollongong Son of John Marks & Emily Pellow)

f. James Mullins m. Martha Clipsham

  1. Mary Ellen Marks * b. 1881 Canterbury d. 8/9/1937 Ashfield
  2. Thomas Harold Marks b. 1885 Canterbury d. 1942 Newtown
  3. Flora Ruby Marks b. 1887 Canterbury d. 1956 Wollongong
  4. Clara Irene Marks b. 1890 Ashfield d. 1971 Burwood
  5. Elsie Vera Marks b. 1893 Ashfield d. 1957 Petersham
  6. Norman Gladstone Marks b. 1897 Ashfield d. 2000 Petersham

Living Crown St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a grocer.

Marks Mary Ellen

b. 1881 Canterbury d. 8/9/1937 Ashfield

f. Thomas Marks m. Mary Mullins *

Living Crown St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties.

Marks Mary Anne Millicent (Major)

b. 13/1/1876 d. 22/6/1927 Mental Hospital Balmain br. Kiama

m. Ernest John Marks (9/9/1861 Culwulla Jamberoo - 9/1/ 1925 Cottage Hospital, Kiama Son of Samuel Marks & Clara Uther *) 29/1/1898 Sydney

f. Stephen Major m. Catherine McDivitt *

  1. (m) Roy Brian Marks b. 1898 St Leonards
  2. (f) Wanda E Marks b. 1899 Kiama
  3. (f) Myrtle Marks b. 1901 Kiama
  4. (m) Eric Marks b. 1903 Kiama d. 7/4/1974
  5. (f) Iris G Marks b. 1905 Kiama
  6. (m) Cedric Marks b. 7/1/1911 Kiama d. 8/6/1994

Living Terralong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

MARKS-MAJOR.-January- 29, at St. Michael's, Sydney, by the Rev. Dr. Manning, Ernest John Marks, son of Samuel Marks, Jamberoo. to Millicent , third daughter of Stephen Major, J.P., Kiama, and granddaughter of the late John McDivitt, assistant superintendent of Norfolk Island. The Sydney Stock and Station Journal (NSW : 1896 - 1924) Friday 25 March 1898 p 3

Marks Sarah Jane (Moffitt)

b. 2/6/ 1842 at sea d. 22/3/1909 Mount Rest Bowral br. Waverley

m. James Marks (30 /1/ 1835 Sydney – 12/1/1907 Wollahra Son of James M Marks & Elizabeth Charles *)19/6/1862 St James Sydney

f. William Moffitt m. Mary Ann Galliot

Ship: Catherine Jamieson 1842

  1. (m) Herbert William James Marks b. 8/11/1863 Culwalla Jamberoo d. 14/7/1929 Wollahra
  2. (m) Percy Marks b. 20/2/1866 Culwalla Jamberoo d. 28/8/1882 Waverley
  3. (f) Edith Mary Marks b. 23/2/1869 Culwalla Jamberoo d. 30/7/1950 Kings Cross
  4. (m) Arthur Robert Marks b. 7/1/1872 Culwalla Jamberoo d. 14/8/1946 Drummoyne
  5. (m) Walter Moffitt Marks b. 6/6/1875 Culwalla Jamberoo d. 31/3/1951 Paddington
  6. (f) Muriel Palmerston Marks b. 2/10/ 1879 Palmerston Waverley

MARKS-MOFFITT-On the 19th June, at St. James's Church,   by the Rev. R. Allwood, Mr. James Marks, of Kiama, to Sarah Jane, youngest daughter of Mr. William Moffitt, of Pitt-street, Sydney. Empire (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1875) Tuesday 24 June 1862

On Sunday, 8th inst., Mrs. James Marks, Culwalla, of a son. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Tuesday 17 November 1863 p 2

ON the 20th instant, at Culwalla, Mrs. James Marks, jun., of a son. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 22 February 1866 p 2

AT Cullwalla, on the 23rd instant, Mrs. James MARKS, of a daughter. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 25 February 1869 p 2

MARKS.—On the 7th instant, at her residence, Culwulla, Jamberoo, Mrs. James Marks, of a son. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 11 January 1872 p 2

ON the 6th instant, at Culwulla, Jamberoo, Mrs. JAMES MARKS of a son. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 10 June 1875 p 2

Husband a Politician

Father was a wealthy stationer, printer and bookseller of Sydney.

Marlan Margaret (Chase)

b. 17/12/1867 Woodruffes 10487/1868 d. 1894 Berry

m. John Marlan (- 1896 Berry ) 1886 Kiama

f. William Chase m. Johanna English *

  1. (f) Lillie A Marlan b. 1888 Kiama
  2. (m) Patrick J Marlan b. 1889 Robertson d. 1929 Bowral
  3. (m) William Ernest Marlan b. 1891 Kiama d. 1955 Chatswood
  4. (m) Joseph S Marlan b. 1893 Berry

The death occurred yesterday of Mrs. J Marland. The deceased, who was a daughter of Mrs. T. Chase, of Kiama, leaves a husband and family. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Saturday 28 July 1894 p 2

Marley Emily

m. William Marley

  1. (f) Ada Marley b. 1893 Kiama

Marley Sarah (Roarty)

b. 10/4/1869 Bombo d. 20/12/1942 Pheasant Point Kiama br. Kiama General

m. John Marley (abt 1863 – 1/10/1926 Son of Francis Marley & Unity *) 16/12/1891 Kiama

f. Edward Roarty m. Mary Dillon *

  1. (m) Francis E Marley b. 1893 Kiama d. 12/8/1910 Kiama
  2. (f) Mary A Marley b. 1895 Kiama (
  3. (m) John P Marley b. 1898 Kiama
  4. (m) James P Marley b. 1900 Kiama
  5. (m) Joseph B Marley b. 1903 Kiama
  6. (m) Aloysius Marley b. 1905 Kiama

Living Collins St Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

OBITUARY MRS. SARAH MARLEY-73 Years. One of the best known and greatly respected niembers of the Catholic community here in the person of Mrs. Sarah Marley passed away at her home,' Pheasant Point, Kiama, on Sunday afternoon, after a short ill. ness Her condition last week had been reported as serious, but on Saturday she rallied for a while and was in excellent spirits, but the apparent turn for the better was unfortunately only temporary. She told her friends that she had enjoyed every day of her long life and indeed she hadspent her life doing good for others, bringing up a large family, caring for her husband and her home, never missing an occasion for doing a good turn or a kindly neighbourly act. In cases of sickness or distress, her practical sympathy was boundless and she inspired an affection, iespect and esteem such as only a truly Christian life can bring. She leaves a host of friends who will always treasure the most-kindly memories of her kind-hearted nature and practical help. In her home, she was hospitality itself with a warm and generous. wel come for all who went to see her. Although she numbered many of the younger generation among her friends, still her thoughts were constantly with her old friends and no thing gave her greater pleasure than to chat over the days gone by in old Kiama. The late Mrs. D. Townend and the late Mrs. Jock (Granny) Smith had lived near her, on Pheasant Point for many years, and the close friendship between these old people was a pleasure to behold, and the loving sympathy left behind as each one of the circle passed, away. During her last illness she was de votedly cared for by her daughter, Mrs. A. Schubert and sister, Miss A. Roarty, and many kindnesses were recieved from her neighbours on Pheasant Point. Mrs. Marley was a prominent figure in the life of her Church, to which she was devoted, and in her younger days had always given great assistance and participated in many of its social functions. This has been carried on to the younger generation, the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mailey taking active parts in all Catholic entertainments, as did her daughter, when as Miss Mary Marley she resided here. The late Mrs. Marley was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward Roarty, and was born at Bombo and was educated at the old original Dunmore School. She kept up her friendship with, her old schoolmates at Dunmore all her life, visiting many In their sickness and, welcoming them to her home. Of interest is the fact that Mrs. Marley was baptised, confiirmed and married at St. Peter's Church, Kiama, from where also her burial service Was commenced. She married Mr. John Marley, who was engaged in the quarrying industry, and who predeceased her 15 years ago. She is survived by four sons, John (Kiama) ,James (Bede, Sydney), Joseph (Nyngan), Loy (R.A.A.F.), and one daughter, Mary (Mrs. A. Schubert, Wollongong). One son, Francis, predeceased her. Sisters are Rose (Mrs. MciEncroe) Mary, (Mrs. D. Kenny, Queensland) and Miss Ann Roarty. To all members of the family, sincere sympathy is extended in their bereavement,. The funeral took place yesterday (Tuesday) afternoon at the Catholic Cemetery, Kiama The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal (NSW : 1899 - 1947) Wednesday 23 December 1942 p 4

Marley Unity

b. abt 1827 Tyrone Ireland d. 8/9/1927 br. Kiama General

m. Francis Marley (abt 1827 Donegal Ireland – 28/7/1912 Kiama Son of Francis Marley & ? )

Ship: Nineveh 1881

  1. (f) Katherine Marley (McDonald)
  2. (m) Patrick Marley b. abt 1879 d. 31/3/1906
  3. (m) James Marley b. abt 1873 d. 1926 Sydney
  4. (m) John Marley b. abt 1863 d. 1/10/1926 Kiama (Sarah Roarty * 1891)
  5. (m) Francis Marley b. abt 1871 d. 1941 Randwick
  6. (f) Mary Marley b. abt 1869 (Edward Grady 1892)

Living Collins St Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal (NSW : 1899 - 1947) Wednesday 17 August 1927 p 2

Marlin Elizabeth (Lahey)

m. John Marlin

  1. (f) Eliza Marlin b. 13/8/1854 Kiama reg Kiama RC

Marney Florence T

m. Cornelius A Marney

  1. (f) Emily L Marney b. 1886 Woonona 24610/1886

Marr Alice Augusta (Osborne)

d. 18/4/1945 Bellvue Hill cr.

m. Harry Frank Marr (1855- 1942 Son of Henry James Marr & Fanny) 16/1/1877 St Michael’s Wollongong

f. Alick Osborne m. Augusta Ann Devenish Meares *

  1. (f) Isabel Constance Marr b. 1877 Wollongong 23167/1877 (Ashley J D Meares 1903)
  2. (f) Marcia Louise Marr b. 1880 Wollongong 27344/1880 (Alexander H Rutherford 1900)
  3. (f) Frances Alice Marr b. 1882 Petersham 5429/1882 d. 1968 Sydney
  4. (f) Mary O Marr b. 1884 Petersham 6981/1884 (John S Campbell 1920)
  5. (f) Edith Newham Marr b. 1887 Petersham 6623/1887 d. 1977
  6. (f) Fanny Augusta Marr b. 1879 Wollongong 26017/1879 (Robert L Jack 1907)
  7. (f) Dorothy E Marr b. 1889 Petersham 6440/1889 d. 1889 Petersham
  8. (m) Harry O Marr b. 1891 Petersham 29032/1891d. 1892 Petersham

MARR - OSBORNE. - January 16, at St Michael's Church, Wollongong, by the Rev. Dean Ewing, Harry Frank, eldest son of the late Henry James Marr, Esq., J.P., of Bulwurradah, Wollongong, to Alice Augusta, eldest daughter of Alick Osborne, Esq., of Mangerton, near Wollongong . The Sydney Morning Herald 25 January 1877

MARR.—October 23, at her residence, Garden Vale, Wollongong, the wife of Harry Frank Marr, of a daughter. The Sydney Morning Herald 5 November 1877

Five Bridesmaids Present

A reunion of many old friends took place at the home of Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Rutherford at Point Piper late on Saturday afternoon, when the diamond wedding of Mrs. Rutherford's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Marr, of Bellevue Hill, was celebrated.

Mr. and Mrs. Marr were married at St. Michael's Church, Wollongong, and they lived in Wollongong for several years after their marriage. Mrs. Marr was Miss Alice Osborne, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Alick Osborne, of Mangerton. She was attended by eight bridesmaids, three of whom are deceased. The other five, Mrs. Tarrant, Miss G. B. Chalón, Miss E. B. Marr, and Misses Isabella , and Edith Osborne, were present on Saturday.

Mrs. Marr and her bridesmaids all carried posies. A wedding cake had a central position on the table. Mrs. Marr received many gifts of flowers, and telegrams of good wishes came from all over the State. Her granddaughter. Dr. Molly Meares, sent her a cable from London.

Nine of her grandchildren were present, and her six daughters, Mrs. Ashley Devenish Meares. Mrs. R. Lockhart Jack, who came from Melbourne especially for the celebration, andis staying with Mrs. Rutherford, Mrs. A. H. Rutherford. Mrs. J. S. Campbell, and Misses Edith and Daisy Marr,

Mr. and Mrs. Marr are now spending their annual holiday at Moss Vale. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 20 January 1937 p 7

Marr Bridget

m. Thomas Marr

  1. (f) Catherine Marr b. 1865 Wollongong

Marr Fanny Newnham (Tooth)

b. 1833, d. 15/12/1865 Church Hill Wollongong

m. Henry James Marr ( 1829- 14 /7/1875)

  1. (m) Harry Frank Marr b. 1855 V18552543 42B/1855 (Alice Augusta Osborne * 1887)
  2. (f) Annie A Marr b. 14/1/1857 Wollongong 12171/1857 d. 1/2/1859 Pioneer Park Cemetery Wollongong
  3. (f) Ethel B Marr b. 7/1/1859 Wollongong 14044/1859
  4. (m) Stillborn Marr
  5. (m) Claude N Marr b. 28/3/1862 Wollongong 15010/1862 (Nellie See 1901)
  6. (f) Lilian L Marr * b. 6/12/1863 Wollongong d. Qld 16389/1864 (Charles A Bernays)
  7. (f) Fanny Marr b. 1865 Wollongong 17084/1865 d. 6/6/1866 Pioneer Park Cemetery Wollongong

By special license, at St. Michael's Church, Wollongong, on the 11th instant, by the Rev. M. D. Meares, B.A., Henry James Marr, Esq., of Botany, to Fanny Newnham, second daughter of John Tooth, Esq., of Mount Keera, Illawarra. The Sydney Morning Herald 13 July 1854

On the 14th instant, at her residence, Illawarra, Mrs. H. J. Marr, of a daughter. The Sydney Morning Herald 24 January 1857

On the7th instant, at her residence, Glebe Road, near Wollongong, Mrs. H. J. Marr, of a daughter. The Sydney Morning Herald 15 January 1859

At her residence, Mount Pleasant, Illawarra, Mrs. H. J. Marr,   of a son, stillborn. The Sydney Morning Herald 28 December 1860

MARR-February 28th, at her residence, Mount Pleasant, Illawarra, Mrs. H. J. Marr, of a son. The Sydney Morning Herald 21 March 1862

MARR-On the 6th December, at her residence, Mount Pleasant Illawarra, Mrs. Henry James Marr, of a daughter. Empire 12 December 1863

On Saturday, the 9th instant, at her temporary residence, Church Hill, Wollongong, whither she had been removed for   change of air, FANNY N. , the beloved wife of Mr. H. J. MARR, of Mount St. Thomas, Illawarra, in the 32nd year of her age. The Sydney Morning Herald 16 December 1865

Her husband later married Frances Grace Higgins * see Edwards

Marr Frances Grace see Edwards

Marr Sarah Ann (Robbins)

b. abt 1867 d. 19/6/1944 Rydalmere

m. David Bell Marr ( abt 1864 Scotland -21/4/1941 Thirroul Son of William Marr & Janet) 1889 Wollongong 5214/1889

Parents unknown on death record.

  1. (m) William Bell Marr b. 1889 Woonona 24764/1889 d. 22 May 1893 br. Woonona Presbyterian
  2. (m) David Alexander Marr b. 1891 Woonona 39033/1891 d. 1959 Bulli
  3. (m) Frederick Cyril Marr b. 1893 Woonona 39868/1893 d. 1961 Chatswood
  4. (f) Clarise E Marr b. 1896 Woonona 18151/1896
  5. (m) Gilbert Waughope Marr b. 1906 Woonona 20015/1906 d. 1957 Bulli
  6. (m) Hector M Marr b. 1906 Woonona 20016/1906 d. 1915 Bulli
  7. (m) Harold Wilfred Marr b. 1898 Woonona 8743/1898 d. 1974

Living Coledale in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties Husband a miner.

Found Hanging from Tree

Mrs. Sarah Ann Marr, of Phillip street, Thirroul, made a gruesome discovery on Monday morning, when she noticed her 77 year-old husband, David Bell Marr, hanging from a peach tree near the house. She called to her neighbours, and Miss Esmav Drower and Mr. Frank Cornally came over. They lifted Mr Marr down, but he died before the doctor arrived. A ladder was against the limb of the tree, which was about 14 feet off the ground, and apparently Mr. Marr had tied the rope round this limb, placed the noose around his neck and then stepped off the ladder. He was a retired miner, and had been in ill health for the past two years. He had resided at Thirroul for 55 years and was a native of Scotland. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 25 April 1941 p 15

Mrs. Sarah Ann Marr, of Phillip st, who died on Monday, was aged 77 years, and had resided in Thirroul for many years. Her husband predeceased her by some years. A grown up family survive her. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 23 June 1944 p 4

Marriott Bessie (King)

b. abt 1853 d. 25/10/1947 Petersham

m. John Frederick Marriott (-21/2/1910 Marrickville) 1889 Paddington

Living Bulli Pit in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a miner.

ARRIOTT, Bessie.—October 25, 1947, at Home of Peace, Petersham, of Oxford, Thirlmere, aged 94 years. At rest. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Monday 27 October 1947 Page 16

Mars Evelyn (Wiseman)

b. 1869 Wollongong 19833/1869 d. 22/7/1924 Roseville br. Northern Suburbs

m. John Mars (abt 1857 -19/5/1932 Roseville ) 18/7/1906 Wollongong

f. William J Wiseman m. Annie Musgrave *

  1. (f) Edna M Mars b. 1907 Marrickville

Living at Edward St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll – Domestic Duties

Husband was metropolitan superintendent for the Railway Department .


On Wednesday afternoon last a very pretty wedding was celebrated in the Methodist Church, when Miss Evelyn Wiseman, second daughter of Mr. W. J. Wiseman, J.P., was married to Mr. John Mars, of Newtown. The church, which was crowded to excess, was very prettily decorated with the usual wedding emblems. The bride, who was given away by her father, was attired in pale grey crepe de chine and floral toque composed of pink roses and green leaves. She carried a shower bouquet. The bridesmaids, Miss Gerty Wiseman (sister of the bride) and Miss Hilda Martin, were attired in white muslins and black picture hats. The bridegroom was attended, by the Rev. Mr. Teasdale as best man, and Mr. Wearn as groomsman. The ceremony was performed by Rev. T. B. Holmes, assisted by Rev. Mr. Wallace, Presbyterian minister, of Newtown. The wedding breakfast was served at Hillside, when upwards of 100 guests sat down.

The usual toasts were duly honored, and felicitous speeches made. The happy couple, who were the recipients of many beautiful presents and many expressions of goodwill and best wishes for their future happiness, left for Sydney by the evening train, enroute for Cooma, where the honeymoon is to be spent. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950)Tuesday 24 July 1906 Page 2

Marsden Elizabeth (Gerrard)

m. George Samuel Marsden (- Son of Geroen Marsden &) 22/10/1863 Christ Church Hamilton

f. William Gerrard m. Mary Goghlan

On Thursday, the 22nd instant, by special license, at Christ Church, by the Rev. A. H. Stephen, George Samuel Marsden, of   the Bull's Head Hotel, George-street, eldest son of George Marsden, Esq., of Marsden's Retreat, Haslem's Creek, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late William Gerrard, of Wollongong. The Sydney Morning Herald 24 October 1863

Marsden Martha

b. abt 1859 d. 31/1/1925 br. Gerringong General

m. Thomas Marsden

f. John m. Elizabeth

Marsh Charity Smith (Arnold)

d. 1/7/1922 Narremburn br. Gore Hill

m. Rev. William Albert Marsh 1895 Mudgee

f. William m. Mary

  1. (f) Mary Arnold Marsh b. 1897 Mudgee d. 5/12/1898 Mudgee
  2. (f) Joan M Marsh b. 1900 Mudgee
  3. (m) Clifford Robert Marsh b. 1902 Helensburgh d. 1965 St Leonards

MARSH.— On December 5th, at Brighton, Perry-street, Mudgee, Mary Arnold, the only and loved daughter of William A. and Charity Smith Marsh. Aged 13 1/2 months. The Methodist (Sydney, NSW : 1892 - 1954) Saturday 10 December 1898 Page 8

Marsh Katherine M (Langford)

d. 1920 Goulburn (?)

m. Henry Edward Marsh (abt 1852 England -1931 Bulli ) 1886 Berrima

f. Richard Langford m. Bridget

  1. (f) Alice C L Marsh b. 1887 Berrima
  2. (m) John Richard Stanley Marsh b. 22/11/1888 Mittagong d. 1963 Thirroul
  3. (f) Jane Marsh b. 1889 Woonona d. 1889 Woonona
  4. (m) Edward Henry Oliver Carrington Marsh b. 1891 Albury d. 1961 Newtown
  5. (m) Leslie L Marsh b. 1893 Woonona d. 1894 Woonona
  6. (m) Joseph Sidney Gordon Marsh b. 1895 Woonona d. 1963 Bulli (Janet Gollan 1922)

Husband living at Woonona when their son Joseph enlisted in WW1.

Husband living at Woonona in 1903 electoral roll but she is not listed.

Marsh Margaret (Harrigan)

m. William Marsh 1852 RC Sydney St Mary’s

  1. (m) William Marsh b. 1853 RC Sydney St Mary’s V1853452 70/1853
  2. (f) Mary Marsh b. 12/4/1855 Wollongong V18551933 121A/1855
  3. (f) Sarah Marsh b. 13/6/1858 Mount Keira 2081 VOL 121A/1858
  4. (f) Margaret Marsh b. 17/6/1860 Wollongong 2173 VOL 121A/1860
  5. (f) Catherine Mary Marsh b. 6/9/1864
  6. (f) Elizabeth Anne Marsh b. 22/8/1867 Shellharbor
  7. (f) Gertude Mary May Marsh b. 1873 Kiama 12256/1873

Marshall Adeline Emily (Jones)

b. 21/10/1867 Wollongong d. 26/7/1951 Canowindra

m. Robert James Marshall (1851 Dapto -4/2/1923 Daisy Bank Dapto Son of Robert J Marshall & Annie Jane Osborne *) 15/4/1903 Redfern

f. Edward Arthur Jones m. Frances Henrietta Jackson *

  1. (m) Robert H Marshall b. 1904 Wollongong
  2. (m) Alick O Marshall b. 1906 Dapto
  3. (f) Frances Marshalll b. 1908 Dapto
  4. (m) Benjmain Clarke Marshall b. 1912 Dapto

Living at Warooka Dapto in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Marshall Alice Maud Mary (Mitchell)

b. 1879 Newtown d. 9/10/1942 Wollongong cr. Woronora

m. James Marshall (abt 1877 -27/7/1952 Wollongong Son of Charles Marshall & Mary) 1919

f. Joseph Earl Cherry Mitchell m. Charlotte Harrison *

  1. (f) Rhoda M Marshall b. 1921 Liverpool

Living at Bellambi in 1903 Electoral Roll – Domestic Duties

MARSHALL — Oct. 9th, at her residence, 33 McKenzie Avenue, Wollongong, Alice Maud Mary Marshall, aged 63, beloved wife of James and mother of Rhoda, and fourth daughter of the late Joseph and Charlotte Mitchell, of Milton House, Bellambi. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 16 October 1942 Page 6

Marshall Anne

b. 1854 bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong V1854780 40/1854 d. 22/12/1904

m. Robert James Marshall m. Annie Jane Osborne *

Living at Daisy Bank in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Marshall Annie Jane (Osborne)

b. abt 1817 d. 9/11/1888 Daisy Bank Dapto

m. Robert James Marshall (abt 1816 Dromore, Ireland-4/5/1900 Daisy Bank Dapto Son of Benjamin Marshall & Judith Hamilton *)1847 CofE Dapto, Wollongong V1847584 32C/1847

f. Alick Osborne m. Anne *

Ship: Marquis of Huntley 1835

  1. (m) Alexander Marshall b. 1848 bp. CofE Dapto:Wollongong V18482421 33A/1848 d. 24/12/1904
  2. (m) Benjamin Hamilton Marshall b. 1850 bp. CofE Dapto;Wollongong V1850982 35/1850 d. 19/10/1917 Dapto
  3. (m) Robert John Marshall b. 1851 bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong V18511801 38A/1851 d. 4/2/1923 (Lucy Charlton 1875, Adeline Emily Jones * 1903)
  4. (m) Henry William Mashall b. 1853 bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong V18531203 39A/1853 d. 14/6/1901
  5. (f) Anne Marshall * b. 1854 bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong V1854780 40/1854 d. 22/12/1904
  6. (m) Joseph Marshall b. 20/3/1858 Daisy Bank Dapto 13333/1858 d. 18/3/1894
  7. (f) Mary Clarke Marshall * b. 20/3/1858 Daisy Bank Dapto 13334/1858 d. 20/1/1937
  8. (m) Arthur Wesley Marshall b. 1860 Wollongong 13883/1860 d. 30/8/1917

Of “Daisy Bank”, Dapto. Wife of Robert James Marshall. In 71st year. Also an obituary. IM 15 Nov 1888 He husband’s death notice records that they had five sons and two daughters living at the time of his death.

It is believed that Alick Osborne built Avondale for his daughter Anne who married Robert Marshall

Photograph at

Marshall Bridget

m. Joseph Marshall (abt 1826 Burnley Lancashire -17/6/1899 Wollongong )

  1. (f) Sarah Marshall * b. abt 1859 d. 2/7/1929 Darlinghurst (Francis Corr 1891)
  2. (f) Marshall (Reed)
  3. (f) Marshall (McKinnon)
  4. (m) Joseph Marshall
  5. (m) James Marshall

Husband arrived about 1867 into NSW- she may not have been in the Illawarra as he died at his daughter Sarah’s home.

Marshall Clara see Hael

Marshall Elizabeth (Skerton/Skirton)

b. 1823 Nailsworth /Horsley Gloucestershire d. 9/5/1883 Marrickville br. Rookwood

m. Richard Marshall (1807- 30/6/1880 Marrickville ) 8/9/1841 CofE Sydney, St James' V1841173 25C/1841

f. William Skerton m. Mary

Ship: Orestes 1839

  1. (m) John Marshall
  2. (f) Mary Ann Marshall b. 1842 CofE Sydney St James
  3. (f) Sarah J Marshall b. 1844 Wesleyan Methodist Sydney
  4. (f) Susanna Marshall b. 1845 Presbyterian Wollongong
  5. (m) Richard Marshall b. 1849 d. 13/4/1926 Lakemba (Jane Blamire 1870, Mary Agnes Fairley * 1888)
  6. (f) Sarah J Marshall b. 1858

Arrived aged 17 to work as a house servent for Mr John Morris of Harrington Park for 12 pounds.

MARSHALL.- May 9. at the residence of her son-in-law, Wardell road. Marrickville, Elizabeth Marshall, relict of the late Richard Marshall, aged 60 years.


Marshall Emily Florence (Milner)

b. abt 1879 d. 24/1/1935 Parramatta br. Rookwood Catholic

m. Joseph Marshall (abt 1865 -8/8/1929 Taree Son of Joseph Marshall & Mary)

f. William Milner m. Cordelia Cook

  1. (f) Mary Cordelia Marshall b. 1896 Bourke d. 1972 Newtown (William J Egan 1920)
  2. (m) Joseph William Marshall b. 23/5/1897 Dapto
  3. (f) Emily Sarah Marshall b. 13/12/1898 Dapto (Angus C Glynn 1920)
  4. (m) Harold Vincent Marshall b. 15/6/1900 Dapto
  5. (f) Edith M Marshall b. 1902 Wollongong (Frank H Rice 1920)
  6. (m) Reginald L Marshall d. 1904 Dapto
  7. (m) James Allan Marshall b. 1909 Dapto
  8. (f) Hilda Margaret Marshall d. 1964 Taree(Cecil Barnes 1926)
  9. (f) Mabel F Marshall b. 1912 Dapto (Stanley VWeatherby 1928)
  10. (f) Irene Dorothy Marshall b. 1914 Newtown

Husband lived at Strathfield when son Harold enlisted in WW1. Husband died because of an accident while visiting their daughter Mrs Cecil Barnes.

Living at South Coast Rd Dapto in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a baker.

Marshall Emma Broughton (Smith)

b. 29/3/1830 Wollongong d. 31/8/1913 Paddington

m. Benjamin Marshall (1818- 1/2/1906 Paddington Son of Rev Benajmin Marshall & Judith Hamilton *) 30/10/1850 St Michael’s Wollongong CofE Dapto; Wollongong

f. Charles Throsby Smith m. Sarah Broughton *

  1. (f) Sarah Marshall  b. 1851 bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong d. 1886 St Peters
  2. (f) Mary Alexander Marshall b. 1853 bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong d. 1919 Chatswood (Edward Towns 1877)
  3. (f) Charlottte H Marshall b. 1854 d. 1906 Paddington
  4. (m) Alexander Marshall b. 9/6/1856 Lake View, Illawarra d. 1860 Wollongong aged 3
  5. (m) Charles T Marshall b. 12/8/1857 Glencoe, Dapto
  6. (m) Benjamin Marshall b. 1859 Wollongong 14116/1859 d. 1862 Wollongong aged 2
  7. (f) Maria R Marshall b. 1860 14060/1860 d. 1962 Wollongong aged 1
  8. (f) Sophia Edith Marshall b. 1862 Wollongong 15094/1862 d. 1939 Ryde
  9. (m) Henry O Marshall b. 1863 Wollongong d. 1912 Paddington
  10. (f) Isabella C Marshall b, 1865 Wollongong d. 1908 Balmain South
  11. (f) Martha K Marsdhall b. &d. 1867 Wollongong
  12. (f) Agnes M Marshall b. 1869 Wollongong d. 1875 Sydney
  13. (f) Jessie Blanche Marshall b. 1871 Wollongong d. 1895 Paddington

“MARRIED.By license, at Wollongong, on the 30th ultimo, at St. Michael's Church, by the Rev. M. D Meares, Benjamin Marshall, Esq., of Broulee, to Emma Broughton, third daughter of C. T. Smith, Esq., J.P., of Bustle Cottage.” The Sydney Morning Herald 2 November 1850

Golden Wedding

MARSHALL-SMITH.-October 30, 1850, at St. Michael's Church, by Rev. M. D. Meares, Benjamin, third son of the late Rev. Benjamin Marshall, Dromore, Ireland, to Emma Broughton, third daughter of C.T.  Smith, Esq., Bustle Cottage, Wollongong. The Sydney Morning Herald 30 October 1900

On Saturday the death occurred at Paddington of Mrs. B Marshall, sister of Mr. C. F. Smith and Mrs. Turner (Waverley), and daughter of the late Mr. Charles Throsby Smith. Shewas 83 years of age. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 5 September 1913 p 2

Named after her mother’s half sister, Emma married Benjamin Marshall in Wollongong in 1850, and by 1871 ten children had been born - all in Wollongong. However, only five -Sarah, Charlotte, Mary, Charles and Jessie - survived to maturity.

Jessie and Charlotte remained unmarried, and it is not clear whether Sarah married. Charles may have been the Charles Marshall who married in Windsor in 1875, and Mary married into the well-known Towns/Wentworth family in 1877, and raised her family in Sydney.

In the closing decades of the 19th century it appears that they found themselves without family in Wollongong, and joined the migration of Emma’s older sisters to Sydney. They died in Paddington - he in 1906 and she in 1913.

Marshall Jane

Living Keira St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –General Servant.

Marshall Jane (Hamilton)

m. Dr George Marshall (abt 1826 Dromore Tyrone Ireland- 1/9/1888 Lyons Terrace Sydney Son of Benjamin Marshall & Judith Hamilton *) 21/4/1854 Pettigo Church Ireland

f. Hazlet Hamilton m.

  1. ( (f) Anna C Marshall (Baron Karl Von Nauman 1883)
  2. (f) Sarah Alice Marshall (Edwin H Bestic 1879, Arthur James Keynack 1890)
  3. (m) Harry Osborne Marshall (Sophia Stewart Lawson 1888)
  4. (f) Georgiana Jane Marshall b. 1858 Wollongong 13335/1858 (Hezlett Hamilton Scott 1888)
  5. (f) Mary Edgerton Marshall b. 1859 Wollongong 14239/1859 d. 20/11/1877 Lyon Terrace Sydney
  6. (m) George Benjamin Marshall b. 1861 Wollongong 14394/1861 d. 18/7/1940
  7. (m) Dr. Hezlett Hamilton Marshall b. 4/3/ 1863 Wollongong 14983/1863 d. 10/5/1944 Woollahra (Isabella Moffitt 1896)
  8. (m) Alexander William Marshall b. 28/5/1864 Wollongong 16530/1864 d. 14/11/1898
  9. (m) Edwin O Marshall b. 29/7/1866 Wollongong 16673/1866
  10. (f) Jane Rose H Marshall b. 1871 Wollongong 19488/1871

MARSHALL-HAMILTON. April 12th, in Pettigo Church, by the Rev. Charles Maude, GEORGE MARSHALL, ESQ., M.D., son of the late REV. BENJAMIN MARSHALL, of Dromore, to JANE, fourth daughter of HAZLET HAMILTON, ESQ., of Pettigo, and Hamilton Terrace, Bundoran [Co. Donegal] April 21 1854 LONDONDERRY SENTINEL

At her residence, Erin Cottage, on Saturday the 28th inst., the wife of George Marshall, Esq., M.D. of a son Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 3 June 1864 p 2

Her son Dr Hamilton Marshall was ‘summoned from Edinburgh to relieve his father in the Wollongong practice’ Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 3 June 1864 p 2

MARSHALL,. — At her residence, Erin Cottage, Wollongong, on the 29th inst, the wife of George Marshall, Esq , M.D , of a son Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 14 August 1866 p 2

Marshall Judith (Hamilton)

b. abt 1783 Donaghmore Tyrone Ireland d. 13/2/1861 Dapto br. Brownsville Anglican

m. Rev. Benjamin Marshall (abt 1765 - 5/12/1850 Dromore Tyrone Ireland)

f. James (Moore) Hamilton m. Sarah Stewart

  1. (f) Sarah Elizabeth Marshall * b. abt 1807 Dromore Tyrone Ireland (Henry Osborne 1828)
  2. (u) Marshall
  3. (u) Marshall
  4. (m) Robert James Marshall b. abt 1816 Dromore, Irland d. 4/5/1900 Daisy Bank Dapto (Annie Jane Osborne * 1847)
  5. (f) Charlotte Marshall b. abt 1816 Dromre Tyrone Ireland d. 3/5/1844 (John Scott 1834)
  6. (m) Dr George Marshall d. 1/9/1888 Sydney (Jane Hamilton )
  7. (m) Benjamin Marshall b. abt 1818 d. 1/2/1906 Paddington (Emma Broughton Smith * 1850)
  8. (m) Alexander Marshall b. abt 1829 Dromore Tyrone Ireland d. 22/2/1856 Lake View Illawarra

On the 13th, instant, at the residence of her son, Benjamin Marshall, Esq., Dapto, in the 77th tear of her age, Judith, relict of of the late Rev. Benjamin Marshall, Dromon, County Tyrone, Ireland. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 15 February 1861 p 2

Marshall Louisa Eleanor

b. abt 1876 d. 8/9/1970 Wentworth Falls

f. James William m. Louisa Sarah

Living at Marshall St Dapto in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Marshall Lucy (Charlton)

b. Co. Tyrone, Ireland

m. Robert John Marshall (1851 Co Derry Ireland- 4/2/1923 Daisy Bank Dapto Son of Robert J & Annie J Osborne *) 14/10/1875 Wollongong 4480/1875

Husband remarried Adeline E Jones * in 1903.

MARSHALL— CHARLTON.— On the 14th October instant, at St. Luke's Church, Dapto, by the Rev. J. H, Rowsell, Mr. R. J. Marshall, of the County Derry, Ireland, to Lucy Charlton, of the County Tyrone, Ireland. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 19 October 1875 p 2

Marshall Margaret (Gay)

b. abt 1818 d. 16/6/1909 br. Kiama General

m. James Marshall (abt 1803 Kirkaldy Fifeshire - 16/6/1865 Saddleback Kiama ) 1843 Presbyterian Wollongong V18434402 74B

  1. (f) Jane Marshall b. 1846 Presbyterian Itinerant
  2. (m) John Marshall b. 1848 Presbyterian Sydney St Andrew’s
  3. (m) Thomas Marshall b. 1849 Presbyterian Sydney St Andrew’s
  4. (f) Mary A Marshall b. 1851 Presbyterian Wollongong
  5. (m) William Marshall b. 1852 Presbyterian Wollongong d. 6/1/1875 Kiama
  6. (m) Alexander Marshall b. 1854 Presbyterian Terrys Meadows
  7. (m) George Marshall b. 1857 Kiama (Mary Riley 1883)
  8. (m) Gay Marshall b. 1858 Kiama d. 1912 Parramatta (Clara E Wasos * See Hael* 1884)
  9. (m) Robertson Marshall b. 1860 Kiama (Emily Cummings 1885)

Living at Shoalhaven St Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties


Mrs. MARGARET MARSHALL. ON Wednesday evening last a very old and highly respected resident of Kiama, in the person of Mrs. Margaret Marshall (relict of the late Mr. James Marshall), passed away at her residence in Shoalhaven street, from heart failure and senile decay. The deceased old lady had reached the advanced age of 91 years, and had resided in the Illawarra district for upwards of 70 years. A family of five sons and one daughter survive her. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon, the remains being in terred in the Presbyterian portion of North Kiama cemetery. The Rev. James Malcolm conducted the service at the graveside. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Saturday 19 June 1909 p 2

Marshall Margaret Jane (Wark/Warke)

b. abt 1872 d. 28/7/1964 Bellambi

m. Hamilton Stewart Marshall (- 7/11/1939 Russell Vale Son of William Marshall & Ellen ) 1899 Vic

f. Kinnias Wark m. Johanne

  1. (m) Thomas Stewart Marshall b. 1899 Vic d. 31/1/1923 South Bulli mine
  2. (f) Elsie May Marshall b. abt 1902 d. 24/5/1916 South Bulli incline
  3. (f) Ivy Victoria Marshall b. 1904 Woonona d. 18/8/1975 Strathfield
  4. (m) Hamilton Marshall b. 1909 Woonona d. 29/12/1987 Russell Vale

Marshall Mary Agnes (Fairley then Annen)

b. abt 1853 d. 2/8/1939 Mayfield br. Sandgate

m. Robert Annen (-11/1/1886 Petersham Son of John Annen & Ann) 1876 Newtown

m. Richard Marshall (1849- 13/4/1926 Lakemba Son of Richard Marshall & Elizabeth Skerton *) 1888 Petersham

f. James Fairley m. Fanny Brady

  1. (m) Robert Annen b. 1881 Petersham d. 1947 Newcastle
  2. (f) Fanny M Annen b. 14/7/1886 Petersham d. before 1947 (Lindsay Macdonald 1914)
  3. (f) Susan May Marshall b. 1889 Canterbury d. 1970 Hamilton (James Duncan 1910)
  4. (m) Herbert James Marshall b. 15/10/1890 Ashfield d. 19/10/1957 Newcastle (Amy Jesse Wilton 1923)
  5. (m) Arthur Ernest Marshall b. 1893 Ashfield d. 20/10/1917 Belguim

Living at Corrimal St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a brickmaker.

ANNEN.-July 14, at her residence, Canterbury; the wife of the late Robert Annen of a daughter. Australian Town and Country Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1870 - 1907) Saturday 14 August 1886 p 35

The death occurred at Newcastle last week of Mrs. Mary Marshall, widow of the late Richard Marshall, late of Wollongong. Deceased was 86 years of age and had not enjoyed good health for some years. She was the mother of Robert, Anne (Mrs. Lin Macdonald, Keiraville), James and Susan (Mrs. Duncan, Newcastle ), Arthur (killed in action) and stepmother of John, Thomas and Richard Marshall, Mrs. Jerrard (of Queensland), Mrs. French (Sydney Petersham) and. Mrs. Arthur Bate (Fairy Meadow). South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 11 August 1939 p 12

Marshall Mary Bridget (Meer)

b. Paradise Co Clare Ireland 1833 d. 18/9/1912 br. Old West Dapto Catholic Cemetery

m. Joseph Marshall

f. Patrick Meer m. Anne

  1. Joseph Marshall b. 10/7/1865 Brisbane Qld
  2. Mary Ann Marshall b. 1867 Brisbane Qld
  3. Margaret Marshall b. 1871 Hartley
  4. James Marshall b. 1873 Hill End
  5. Sarah Marshall

Living at South Coast Dapto in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

MARSHALL.—At the residence of her son-in-law, Dapto, Mary Bridget, relict of the late Joseph Marshall, and eldest daughter of the late Patrick Meer, of Paradise, Co. Clare, Ireland, in her 80th year. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 21 September 1912 p 16

Husband a baker at Hill End. She may not have lived in the area during the time frame.

Marshall Maryann see Marceau Mary Ann

Marshall Mary Jane (Blau)

m. Lawrence Marshall

  1. (f) Fanny A Marshall b. 1848 Presbyterian St Lawrence’s
  2. (f) Elizabeth Mary Marshall b. 25/6/1856 Wollongong 8395/1856

Marshall Rachel Henrietta (Smith)

m. William Marshall 1900 Sydney

Living Bulli in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a miner.

Martell Isabella Mary

b. abt 1852 Hitchin Hertfordshire d. 15/3/1942 Wollongong

f. Rev Alfred Martell m. Jessie Augusta Bristow *

Ship: 1883

Living Smith St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties


At last meeting of the Wollongong Women's Liberal League, the following paper on 'Preferential Trade ' was read by Miss Martell, of Wollongong : Cont. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Saturday 5 December 1903 p 4

The death occurred on Sunday at her home, 'Little Milton', Smith-st., Wollongong, of Miss Isabella Mary Martell in her 91st year. She was a daughter of the late Rev Alfred Martell of Hexford, England, and came to Australia in 1883 with her twin sister, the late Mrs T. W. Lee (widow of the late Dr. Timothy Lee) She had been actively associated with St. Michael's C. of E. for many years, and had been a prominent Red Cross worker during the 1914-18 War. She had also taken a keen interest in the Overseas Club, being the local secretary over a long period of years. In her younger days she had been a splendid tennis player, and two of her nieces, Misses Isabel and Mabel Lee have played in interstate matches. Another niece is Miss Dorothy Lee, while nephews are Dr. Harry Lee and Mr. F. R. Lee

The late Miss Martell, although retaining her mental faculties to the last, has been an invalid ever since the death of her twin sister four years, ago. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 20 March 1942 Page 5

Martell Jessie Augusta (Bristow)

b. abt 1828 Hitchen Hertfordshire d. 27/4/1911 br. Wollongong General

m. Rev Alfred Martell (1821 Spalding Lincolnshire -) 1846 Williton Somerset

f. Whiston Bristow m. Judith McCleary

Ship: 1883

  1. (m) Alfred Whiston Frost Martell b. 22/5/1848 Menstreet Somerset d. 1928 Totnes Devon (Eleanor Laura Rickards 1879)
  2. (m) Reginald Charles Martell b. abt 1850 Hitchin Hertfordshire
  3. (f) Margaret Jessie Martell * b. 1851 Hitchin Hertfordshire d. 12/5/1937 Wollongong ( Timothy Wood Lee 1875)
  4. (f) Isabella Mary Martell * b. 1851 Hitchin Hertfordshire d. 15/3/1942 Wollongong

Husband Vicar Of Hexton & Curate Of Pirton in Hertfordshire in 1851 Census. The Rev. A. Martell, B.A., of St. John's College, Cambridge, headmaster of Saffron Walden Grammar School, and Curate of Hitchin, has been presented by the Countess de Lautour to the vicarage of Hexton, Herts. Stamford Mercury, Friday 13 February 1846

Living Smith St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

MARTELL.— April 28, at Wollongong. New South Wales, in the 81st year of her age, Jessie Augusta Martell, widow of the late Rev. Alfred Martell. Vicar of Hexton, Co. Herts. England. English papers please copy. The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930) Saturday 6 May 1911 p 12


An Australian Horsewoman.


(See illustration on page 33.)

Miss Martin is the second daughter of Mr. John Martin, of Spring Hill, near Wollongong (N.S.W.), and first made a name for herself as an equestrienne by winning the Ladies' Prize for riding over Hurdles at the Dapto Show in 1887. This she followed by running second at the Wollongong Show in 1888, and again carrying off the first prizes in similar contests at the Dapto and Wollongong shows this year.

In Wollongong lately she defeated Mrs. Tory,and another famous lady riders. Her exhibition was one of the features of the show. The hors she rode was ‘Kingston’ owned by Mr. Henry A. Pringle, of Nudjia, near Wollongong. He is a difficult horse to sit, and refused his first two fences. But the clever riding of Miss Martin prevailed and his jumping was a perfect treat to witness, showing off Miss Martin's horsewomanship to perfection. The decision of the Judges was an. extremely popular one; rounds of applause greeting Miss Martin on her exit from the show ring. ' Australian Town and Country Journal (NSW : 1870 - 1907) Saturday 2 March 1889

Martin Major Eliza

At her residence, Wollongong, on the 14th instant, Mrs Eliza Martin Major, of a son. Empire (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1875) Saturday 23 February 1856 p 6

Martin Ada Frances (Blinkco)

b. 1878 Wollongong d. 23/3/1930 Thirroul

m. Thomas C Martin 1905 Redfern

f. George Blinkco m. Sarah Reeve *

Living Sherbrooke in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

MARTIN. — 23rd March, 1930, at her residence, Ford's Road, Thirroul, Ada Frances, beloved wife of Thomas Martin. Aged 52 years. Daily Pictorial (Sydney, NSW : 1930 - 1931) Monday 24 March 1930 p 7

Martin Alice Matilda (Kimberg)

b. abt 1862 d. 14/9/1936 br. Bulli General

m. James Martin (abt 1861- 22/9/1936 Son of Joseph Martin & Sarah) 1882 Woonona 5031/1882

f. John Kimberg m. Mary

  1. (m) Alfred Kimbrey Martin b. 1883 Woonona d. 1952 Macksville
  2. (m) James H Martin b. 1885 Woonona
  3. (m) Harry Martin b. 1887 Woonona d. 1967 Bulli
  4. (f) Mary Martin b. 1889 Woonona
  5. (m) John W Martin b. 1891 Woonona
  6. (m) William Francis Martin b. 1893 Woonona d. 1953 Bulli
  7. (f) Alice M Martin b. 1900 Woonona
  8. (m) John W Martin b. 1912 Woonona

1903 Electoral roll –living at Range Woonona Domestic Duties. Husband a miner.

Martin Annie

d. after 1950

m. Edward Martin

  1. (f) Vera Catherine Martin b. 1897 Woonona d. 27/5/1950 Fairfield (Sydney T Fletcher)
  2. (f) Edith F Martin b. 1899 Woonona
  3. (f) Alma M Martin b. 1901
  4. (m) Reuben David Marin b. 1907 Woonona d. 10/3/1957 North Bondi
  5. (m) Clarence E Martin b. 1912 Woonona

1903 Electoral roll –living at Woonona Domestic Duties. Husband a carpenter.

Martin Ann /Anne

m. John Martin

  1. (m) William Martin b. 1857 Kiama
  2. (f) Emma Martin b. 1860 Kiama

Martin Ann (Brennan)

m. William Martin

  1. (m) Timothy Martin b. 1/7/1859 Figtree 14183/1859

Martin Anna

m. John Martin

  1. (m) John J Martin b. 1856 bp. Jamberoo; Kiama ; Shoalhaven

Martin Annie T (Flanagan)

b. 20/1/1874 Farie Meadow d. 7/7/1954 Rowland Av Wollongong cr. Woronora

m. Robert Arthur Martin (abt 1874- 9/8/1954 Rowland Av Wollongong) 1891 Redfern

f. John Flanagan m. Sarah Jane Cunningham* see Brindley

  1. (m) Julius Owen Martinb. 1891 Sydney d. 1960 Wollongong
  2. (m) Robert Arthur Martin b. 1896 Wollongong d. 1966 Wollongong
  3. (f) Mildred Marin b. d. before 1954
  4. (m) Harold John Martin b. 1899 Wollongong d. 1978
  5. (f) Francis William Martin b. 1901 Wollongong d. 1964 Bulli
  6. (f) Doreen Thelma Martin b. 1906 Wollongong ( Roy A Smith 1937)
  7. (f) Meda E Martin (Stephen Bond 1930 )

Living Bourke St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a carter. (Misspelt Addie)

Martin Bridget (Clifford then McCann)

b. 7/8/1856 Lake d. 14/11/1929 Sydney br. Wollongong

m. John Douglas McCann (1856-after 1915 Bogan Gate ?) 8/4/1875 St Francis Xavier’s

m. Andrew Martin ( 1856 Kiama– 27/2/1928 Son of Joseph Martin & Willane/Willhemina *) 1901 Redfern

f. Thomas Clifford m. Elizabeth Rourke *

  1. (m) John Alexander McCann b. 1878 Wollongong d. 26/11/1918 Dartford England
  2. (m) Alexander Stewart McCann b. 1880 Sydney d. 1967 Bega
  3. (f) Mary Jane McCann b. 1882 Sydney (William Downing)
  4. (f) Ann M McCann b. 1884 Sydney (Alfred A Ford 1911)
  5. (f) Elizabeth Rose M McCann b. 1886 Bega (Keating)

1903 Electoral roll –living at Mount Pleasant Domestic Duties Husband a miner.

Two divorce cases of some interest to South Coasters were heard in Sydney during the week. In the former, Mr. R. W. Fraser appeared for the petitioner, Bridget M'Cann, formerly Clifford, who sought a divorce from John Douglas M'Cann on the ground of desertion. The parties were married at Wollongong in April, 1875, according to the rites of the Roman Catholic Church. His Honor found the issue proved, and granted a decree nisi, returnable in three months. Petitioner to have the custody of one child, issue of the marriage. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Saturday 8 December 1900 p 8

MARTIN. — November 14. 1929, at the Sacred Heart Hospice, Bridget, relict of the late Andrew Martin, Mt. Pleasant Balgownie, much loved Mother of Mary Dowling, and loving Grandmother of Evelyn, Lillie Ford, A. S McCann, Bega, John Alexander, deceased, and Rose Keating, Tasmania; aged 73 years. The Labor Daily (Sydney, NSW : 1924 - 1938) Saturday 16 November 1929 p 4

Lived at Mt Pleasant- husband a ‘respected resident’

Martin Bridget (Connors)

b. 10/9/1872 Fox Ground d. 15/7/1940 Dorrigo

m. Irvine Michael Martin (1870 Dunmore- 12/11/1943 Dorrigo Son of Irvine Martin & Sarah McGettigan *) 1897 Kiama

f. Michael Connors m. Catherine McGovern *

  1. (m) Bernard Thomas Martin b. 1898 Kiama d. 1972
  2. (m) Irvine Michael Martin b. 1899 Kiama d. 1959
  3. (f) Mary Lillian Martin b. 1901 Kiama d. 1936 Grafton (Peter E Charters 1927)
  4. (m) John Martinb. 1903 d. 1916 Lismore
  5. (m) James Martin b. 1905 Kiama
  6. (m) Vincent Joseph Martin b. 1908 Kiama d. 1962 Bellingen
  7. (m) Carl A Martin b. 1910 Lismore
  8. (m) Gerald Leonard Martin b. 1913 Lismore d. 1982
  9. (m) Clive Francis Martin d. 1974

About 1922 the family moved to Dorrigo from the Richmond River area- husband was involved in dairy farming and the Foxground butter factory.

Martin Bridget (Gavin)

b. d. after 1881

m. Aaron Martin (1808 - 30/6/1881 Shellharbour ) 1844

f. John Gavin m. Mary Connor

Ship: John Renwick 1841

  1. (m) John Thomas Gavin b. 1841 on board the John Renwick d. 1936 ( Margaret Caldwell * 1885)
  2. (m) Robert Martin d. 1912 Rozelle
  3. (m) Thomas Martin b. 1846 RC Liverpool
  4. (f) Mary Anne Martin * b. 1850 Campbelltown ( Patrick Gavin 1876)
  5. (m) Nicholas Aaron Martin b. 1851 RC Campbelltown St John’s d. 1932 Kiama (Catherine Toohey * 1875 Lillian Bonser * 1903)
  6. (f) Harriet Ellen Martin
  7. (m) James Martin b. 1854 RC Campbelltown St John’s d. 1929 Granville
  8. (m) Joseph Martin b. 11/7/1858 Shellharbour bp Kiama RC d. 8/6/1924 Kiama
  9. (f) Eliza J Martin b. 1862 Shellharbour (Charles Wood 1888)

Husband left a widow and 7 children

Husband a settler

Martin Catherine see Stewart

Martin Catherine (Scott)

d. before 1933?

m. Herbert John George Martin (abt 1857 – 26/8/1933 Royal North Sydney Son of ? & Eliza) 1879 Sydney

  1. (m) Herbert Henry Martin b. 1883 Kiama d. 1952 Chatswood
  2. (m) Ernest E Martin b. 1884 Sydney d. 1884 Sydney
  3. (f) Mary M Martin b. 1885 St Leonards
  4. (m) Claude Edward Martin b. 1887 St Leonards d. 1974
  5. (f) Grace M Martin b. 1888 St Leonards
  6. (m) Leo Oswald Martin b. 1892 St Leonards d. 1961 Balmain
  7. (f) Gert Martin
  8. (f) Irene V Martin b. 1899 St Leonards

Husband may have been involved with the ferrys on Sydney Harbour as when he died the family thanked the Kirawa which as a ferry from 1912.

Martin Catherine see Bird

Martin Catherine Katie (Timbs)

b. 2/7/ 1877 Albion Park 13907/1877 d. 15/10/1958 Carlton

m. James Leslie Martin ( abt 1875 Gladesville -13/4/1936 Carlton Son of James Martin & Annie) 28/8/1897  St Paul’s Albion Park

f. Gabriel Timbs m. Ellen O’Gorman *

  1. (f) Annie Marion Martin b. 17/10/1897 Gladesville bp. 19/5/1900 Albion Park RC
  2. (f) Margaret Ellen Martin b. 13/4/1900 Gladesville bp. 19/5/1900 Albion Park RC
  3. (m) John Leslie Martin b. 1901 Ryde d. 1976 Tongarra
  4. (f) Blanche Mary Martin b. 1906 Ryde

Martin Catherine (Toohey/Touhey)

b. abt 1858 Wollongong d. 13/12/1899 Shellharbour

m. Nicholas Aaron Martin (abt 1853 Campbelltown- 1932 Shellharbour Son of Aaron Martin & Bridget Gavin) 4/7/1875 House of Mr James Wiley Albion Park 2879/1875

f. Michael Tuohey m. Anne Malone *

  1. (f) Mary Anne Martin * b. 2/4/1876 Albion Park d. 1926 Petersham
  2. (m) John Thomas Martin b. 3/7/1877 Wollongong d. 1914-1918 France
  3. (f) Catherine Katie Martin * b. 23/3/1879 Dapto d. 1959 (William Hazelton 1904)
  4. (f) Isabella Martin b. 13/4/1880 Wollongong d. 1959 Casino
  5. (f) Bridget Ellen Martin b. 7/1/1882 Shellharbour
  6. (m) Nicholas Aaron Martin b. 16/12/1882 Shellharbour
  7. (f) Elizabeth Margaret Mrtin b. 22/11/1883 Shellharbour d. 1969 Kiama
  8. (f) Agnes Martin b. 23/11/1884 Shellharbour (Thomas Gould 1909)
  9. (f) Theresa Martin b. 2/2/1886 Shellharbour d. 1976 Kiama (Joseph Byrne 1906)
  10. (m) Michael William Martin b. 18/1/1888 Shellharbour d. 1964 Lismore
  11. (m) Henry Joseph Martin b. 9/12/1888 Shellharbour d. 1955 Rockdale
  12. (f) Winifred Mary Martin b. 19/7/1891 Shellharbour
  13. (m) James Charles Martin b. 3/11/1893 Shellharbour
  14. (f) Josephine martin b. 1896 Shellharbour
  15. (m) Edmund George Martin b. 12/12/1897 Shellharbour d. 1969 Sydney
  16. (f) Maud Martin b. 1899 Shellharbour

A very sad death occurred in Shellharbour last week, when Mrs. Nicholas Martin was taken away at the comparatively early age of 40 years. Deceased had been ailing for a short time only, and on Wednesday, December 13, having received the last Sacraments, she peacefully passed away.

The funeral took place on Thursday at the local cemetery. Mrs. Martin leaves a large family, most of whom are very young. R.I.P.

Martin Catherine Ann Kate (Armstrong)

b. 20/11/1861 Kiama d. 1/6/1943 Griffith br Griffith

m. William Caleb Martin (4/12/1856 Balmain- 29/1/1933 Griffith Son of William Martin & Charity S) 11/7/1888 Figtree

f. Andrew Armstrong m. Martha Graham *

  1. (f) Enid Tyhurst Martin b. 1889 Argyle d. 1971 St Leonards
  2. (m) Eric Claude Martin b. . 1892 Argyle d. 1965 Rockdale
  3. (m) Kenneth B Martin b. 1890 Argyle d. 1924 Griffith
  4. (f) Marjorie C Martin b. 1895 Crookwell
  5. (m) William H Martin b. 1897 Goulburn

MARTIN–ARMSTRONG.-July 11, at the residence of the bride’s parents, Figtree, near Wollongong, by the Rev. B. J. Meek; William C. Martin, Marulan, to Kate A., third daughter of Andrew Armstrong, Esq. The Sydney Morning Herald 27 August 1888

Martin Eliza Isabel

b. 28/11/1874 Jamberoo d. 19/10/1952 Petersham

f. Robert Martin m. Rebecca Clinton

1903 Electoral roll –living at Avondale Domestic Duties

Martin Elizabeth (Couch)

b. abt 1838 Dapto d. 20/9/1891 Spring Hill br. Wollongong

m. James Martin (abt 1828 Fermanagh Ireland - 6/8/1913 Son of James Martin & Catherine Armstrong * see Stewart) 19/11/1857 Shellharbour

  1. (f) Elizabeth Martin * b. 8/7/1858 Shellharbour (William John Dawes 1875)
  2. (m) James Martin b. 26/7/1959 Shellharbour (Elizabeth Ann Wood * 1881)
  3. (m) Edward Martin b. 1861 Kiama d. 5/9/1929 Ryde (Johanna Margaret Hawes * 1881)
  4. (f) Mary Ann Martin b. 12/10/1863 Shellharbour
  5. (f) Catherine Cassie Martin * b. 1/10/1867 Shellharbour d. 26/7/1954 Wollongong (Robert Elliott 1891)
  6. (f) Georgina Martin* b. 5/11/1870 Shellharbour d. 27/8/1946 Brisbane Qld (Charles Wood 1888)

The FRIENDS of Mr. JAMES MARTIN, Sen., of Spring Hill, near Wollongong, are kindly invited to attend the funeral of his late beloved WIFE, Elizabeth: to move from Railway Station, Wollongong, THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON, at half-past 4 o'clock, for Wollongong Wesleyan Cemetery . The Sydney Morning Herald 21 September 1891

Martin Elizabeth Ann (Wood)

b. 1862 Jamberoo d.

m. James Martin (26/7/1859 Shellharbour –Son of James Martin & Elizabeth Couch *) 1/9/1881 Sydney

f. George Wood m. Elizabeth Donnelly *

  1. (m) George Robert Martin
  2. (m) Alfred Ernest Martin b. 6/11/1885 Shellharbour d. 1964 Tweed Heads
  3. (m) James Oscar Martin b. 10/11/1886 Shellharbour
  4. (m) Albert Martin b. 1887 Wollongong
  5. (m) Charles Martin b. abt 1891 Gerringong d. 22/1/1936 Brisbane Qld (Phyllis V Mills 1920)
  6. (m) Ebenezer Martin b. 1891 Wollongong d. 14/4/1969 Qld
  7. (m) Ernest Martin b. 1893 Wollongong d. 26/1/1968 Qld
  8. (m) Percy Martin b. 1896 Richmond
  9. (J O’Brien)
  10. (Alberay)

Martin Elizabeth Mary Joseph (?)

d. 1892 Darlinghurst

m. Nathaniel Martin (- 1857 Dapto)

f. John m. Mary

MARTIN.-At her residence, No. 359 Bourke-street, Darlinghurst. Elizabeth Mary Joseph Martin, widow of the late Nathaniel Martin, of Wollongong. R.I.P. The Sydney Morning Herald 5 January 1892

Martin Emily (Roase)

d. 30/1/1862 Wollongong 6407/1862

m. Wesley Martin (abt 1828 USA ? -1865 Ryde) 15/8/1856 Wollongong 2174/1856

f. William Roase

  1. (f) Amanda Martin b. 1857 Wollongong d. 10/4/1857 Wollongong
  2. (m) Samuel Christopher Martin b. 1861 Wollongong d. 1861 Wollongong

Husband was of Berrima when he was convicted of assult after he was called a ‘thorough Yankee’.

On the 15th instant, at Wollongong, by. the Rev. S. Wilkinson, Wesleyan Minister, Mr. Westley Martin to Miss Emily Roase, of Wollongong. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Monday 18 August 1856 p 6

On the 10th instant, at the residence of her parents, Corrimal-street, Wollongong, the infant daughter of Mr. Westley Martin. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Monday 13 April 1857 p 3

THE FRIENDS of MR. WESLEY MARTIN are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of his late departed son, Samuel Christopher. The procession will move from his residence, Crown-street, This Morning, at 11 o'clock. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 30 July 1861 p 3

At her residence, Crown-street, on Thursday, 30th January, after a few weeks illness, Emily, the beloved wife of Mr. Wesley Martin, aged 24 years. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 31 January 1862 p 2

Husband a hairdresser.

Martin Emily Sophia (Woodland)

b. 1874 Penrith d. 20/3/1924 Balmain br. Field of Mars

m. Charles John Martin(abt 1871- 19/5/1954 Gladesville Son of James Martin & Annie) 1899 Albion Park

f. Thomas Ralph Woodland m. Elizabeth Margaret Royal

  1. Maude C Martin b. 1900 Ryde (Aubrey Rash)
  2. Emily T Martin b. 1912 St Peters
  3. Sydney Percy Martin b. 1914 Ryde
  4. James Royal Martin b. 1917 Drummoyne

Martin Ethel May Blanche (Lindsay)

b 20/5/1876 Unanderra d. 16/1/1957 Wollongong br. St Luke’s Brownsville

m. Alexander Gray Martin (29/5/1874- 16/12/1952 Son of Robert Martin & Rebecca Clinton *) 10/4/1900 Wollongong

f. George Lindsay m. Eliza Little *

  1. (m) Alexander Clinton Martin b. 20/5/1900 Avondale d. 20/7/1982 Figtree ( Muriel Grey 1933)
  2. (f) Edith Evelyn Martin b,. 18/9/1902 Avondale ( T. Hilton Lindsay 1930)
  3. (m) Keith Stanley Martin b. 17/7/1904 Avondale (Eleanor Wilson 1933)
  4. (f) Millicent Eliza Martin b. 11/10/1906 Avondale ( Gerrard Wardell 1939)
  5. (f) Isabel Ethel Martin b. 11/10/1906 Avondale ( John R. Maynes 1940)

1903 Electoral roll –living at Avondale Domestic Duties. Husband a farmer.

Martin Florence

1903 Electoral roll –living at Fairy Meadow Domestic Duties

Martin Harriette Elizabeth (Meares)

b. 3/10/1856 Sydney d. 13/12/1939 Summer Hill

m. John William Martin (1848 Windsor - 1914 Windsor Son of William Martin & Rose) 1874 Broulee

f. Edwin Allan Meares m. Ann

  1. (m) William Edward Martin
  2. (f) Annie Martin
  3. (m) John Martin
  4. (f) Rosanna Edith Martin b. 1879 Broulee
  5. (m) Edwin J Martin
  6. (f) Beatrice Mary Martin b. 1880 Grafton
  7. (f) Mildred Olive Martin b. 1883 Sydney
  8. (m) Thomas Frederick Martin
  9. (f) Harriette Martin b. 20/8/1886 Fig Tree 24434/1886 d. 1886 Wollongong
  10. (m) James J Marin b. 1888 Sydney
  11. (m) Reginald S Martin b. 1892 Newtown d. 1893 Leichhardt
  12. (f) Dorothy Martin b. 1897 Marrickville d. 1913 Sutherland
  13. (m) John G Martin b. 1898 Waverley

Martin Isabella

m. Alexander Martin

  1. (f) Elizabeth Martin b. 1845 bp. Presbyterian Wollongong

Martin Jane (? then Taylor)

b. abt 1849 d. 14/3/1909 Para Meadow br. Wollongong

m. Taylor

m. James Martin ( abt 1828- 6/8/1913) 1906 Sydney

  1. (m) F A Taylor b.

An elderly lady named Mrs. Martin died at Para Meadow on Sunday, and was buried yesterday. Deceased, who was the mother of Mr. F. A. Taylor, at one time conducted a boarding house at ''Illawarra House,' Wollongong. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 16 March 1909 p 2

MARTIN. — At her residence, Para Meadow, Wollongong, Jane, the beloved Wife of James Martin, .and dearly loved mother of F A. Taylor, of Rose Bay aged 60. The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930) Thursday 25 March 1909 p 6

She ran the Illawarra House in 1904, which she sold in 1906.

Martin Johanna Margaret (Dawes)

d. 1/11/1908 Bowral br. Bowral

m. Edward Martin (1861 Kiama – 5/9/1929 Ryde Son Of James Martin & Elizabeth Couch *) 1881 Kiama

f. George Dawes m. Isabella Reilly *

  1. (m) Ernest Edward Martin b. 1882 Kiama d. 1950 Bulli
  2. (f) Esther J Martin b. 1884 Kiama (John Robertson 1911)
  3. (f) Cassey Martin b. 1886 Kiama
  4. (f) Isabella Martin b. 1887 Kiama
  5. (f) Elizabeth Martin b. 1889 Kiama
  6. (f) Myrtle Martin b. 1891 Kiama
  7. (m) James Martin b. 1895 Kiama d. 1971 Murwillumbah
  8. (m) George Martin b. ? d. 1981
  9. (f) Martin


As briefly announced in our last issue, the death took place on Sunday evening last at her residence, Smith street, Bowral, of Mrs. Edward Martin (youngest sister, of Mr. Geo. Dawes and Mrs. E. T. Elliott, of Kiama), from pneumonia. The deceased lady appeared to be in usual health up to the Sunday previous, which, being a very hot day, sit sat on the varandah of her residence, where she contracted a chill, and was forced to take to her bed.

Medical was called in, but no danger was anticipated until Sunday, when a change for the worse took place; both the Doctors in attendance pronounced the case hopeless, and, as previously stated, she passed peacefully away at about 10 o'clock on Sunday night, leaving a husband and nine children (3 sons and six daughters, the youngest being only 8 years of age) to mourn their loss, and to whom much sympathy is extended. The funeral took place at Bowral on Tuesday, the remains being first taken to the church and thence to the cemetery, being followed by a large number of relatives and friends. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Saturday 7 November 1908 Page 2

Martin Lillian (Bonser)

b. abt 1880 d. 20/5/1954 Rydalmere

m. Nicholas Aaron Martin (abt 1853 Campbelltown- 1932 Shellharbour Son of Aaron Martin & Bridget Gavin *) 1903 Albion Park

f. George Bonser m. Kezia * ?

  1. (f) Veronica Martin b. 1904 Albion Park
  2. (f) Berdila Martin b. 1906 Albion Park
  3. (m) Patrick Martin b. 1908 Kiama
  4. (m) Maurice A Martin b. 1910 Kiama
  5. (f) Annie C Martin b. 1913 Kiama
  6. (f) Elizabeth Bernie Marton b. 1913 Kiama
  7. (f) Frances E Martin b. 1917 Kiama

MARTIN. Lillian.-May 20, 1954, at hospital, of 82 Patrick Street, Hurstville, relict of Nicholas Aaron Martin, beloved mother of Veronica, Deal, Pat, Maurice, Anne, Bernie, May, and Terry, aged 73 years. Requiscat in peace. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 28 May 1954 p 24

Martin Lilly Ann (Cochrane)

b. 19/5/1833 Donacavey Tyrone Ireland d. 5/4/1870 Shellharbour

m. Robert Martin (abt 1830-18/11/1902 Son of James Martin & Catherine Armstrong * see Stewart) ) 3/8/1853 Wollongong V18534510 74B/1853 Presbyterian Wollongong

f. William James Cochrane m. Mary Jane Coughran *

Ship: 1851

  1. (f) Isabella Martin b . 3/8/1854 Shellharbour d. 29/7/1868 in Shellharbour
  2. (m) James Martin b. 25/4/1856 in Kiama d. 30/1/1857 in Kiama
  3. (f) Mary Martin b. 23/7/1857 in Kangaroo Valley d. 1912 Bangalow (Frederick Gregg Flower 1881)
  4. (f) Catherine Ann Martin b. 20/1/1859 Shellharbour d. 1940 Manly (Frederick Longley 1880)
  5. (f) Lillie Anne Martin b. 11/8/1860 Kiama d. 13/8 /1860 Kiama
  6. (m) Robert Martin b. 27/8/1861 Kiama 14453/1861 d. 10/10/1861 in Kiama
  7. (m) William Martin b. 14/9/1862 Kiama d. 1949 Balmain
  8. (f) Eliza Martin b. 8/2 /1864 Kiama d. 1864 Kiama
  9. (f) Annie Elizabeth Martin b. 16/8/1865 Shellharbour d. 3/5 1918 Avondale (Pattison Bryen 1887)
  10. (f) Margaret Martin 12/12/1866 in Kiama d. 1939 Chatswood (Thomas J Jarrett1887)
  11. (f) Emily Jane Martin b. 5/3/1868 Shellharbour d. 1908 Grafton (Edward William Cochrane 1897)

By special license, on the 3rd instant, at Wollongong, by the Rev. Cunningham Atchison, Moderator of the Synod of Australia, Mr. Robert Martin, of Kiama, to Miss Cogharen, of Wollongong.

MARTIN. - At her residence, Shellharbor, on the 16th instant, Mrs Robert Martin, of a daughter. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 22 August 1865 p 2

ON Tuesday, the 5th instant, at her residence, Shellharbor, LELLIAN, the beloved wife of Robert Martin, after a long and painful illness. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 7 April 1870 p 2

Husband a publican who held a license for “The Gold Digger's Arms”, Terralong St, Kiama in 1853 and he is said to have built the first hotel at Shellharbour, “The Pigeon House”, on the site of the old Shellharbour Worker's Club, from money won on the goldfields.

Martin Louisa (Sadler)

b. 1825 d. 15/2/1897 Lower Domain Sydney

m. Peter Martin (1817- 18/6/1892 Paddington Son of Arthur Martin & Caroline Humphries) 1843 Sydney

f. William Sadler m. Mary Lellice

  1. (f) Mary Martin b. 1844
  2. (m) Arthur R Martin b. 1846
  3. (f) Mary Martin b. 1848
  4. (m) Thomas Martin b. 1850
  5. (m) William Martin b. 5/12/1852 Wollogong (Louisa Mary Ethel Bennett 1878)
  6. (f) Caroline Martin b. 1853
  7. (f) Caroline Martin b. 5/6/1856 Fairy Meadow 8398/1856
  8. (m) James Martin b. 1858 Maitland
  9. (f) Louisa Martin b. 1861 Sydney
  10. (f) Elizabeth A Martin b. 1864 Sydney
  11. (m) Henry H Martin b. 1866 Sydney
  12. (f) Lillian M M Martin b. 1869 Sydney

She was claimed to be the granddaughter of the late Dr. Bassette, of Dublin.Either two families have been mixed up or she not a currency girl.

Martin Margaret

m. John Martin (- 20/11/1891 Albion Park Son of John Martin & Lucy)

Martin Margaret

m. Christopher Martin (-31/5/1857 Allan Bank/Gerringong drowned Son of Christopher Martin & Charlotte)

  1. (m) Robert J Martin b. 1843 CofE Sydney
  2. (f) Sarah A Martin b. 1845 Presbyterian Sydney St Andrews
  3. (f) Eliza J Martin b. 1846 Presbyterian Sydney St Andrews
  4. (m) Christopher Martin b. 1848 Presbyterian Sydney St Andrews
  5. (f) Margaret Martin b. 1850 Presbyterian Sydney St Andrews
  6. (m) Robert Martin b. 1851 Presbyterian Sydney St Andrews
  7. (f) Charlotte Martin b. 1854 Presbyterian Sydney St Andrews
  8. (f) Margaret Martin b. 1856 Kiama

When husband died it was noted that she was left with 5 children.

Martin Margaret (Thomson)

m. James Martin

  1. (m) Frederick Martin b. 10/5/1866 Dapto

Martin Margaret Ann (Thomas)

b. abt 1869 d. 6/7/ 1894 br. Bulli Anglican Cemetery

m. Horace Martin (30/7/1866 Appin– 11/7/1919 Bulli Son of Joseph Martin & Sarah Wood * ) 15/1/1894 Moruya 4975/1894

f. David Thomas m. Susan Frith

MARTIN— THOMAS. — January 15, at the Wesleyan Church, Moruya, by Rev. A. Cooper, Horace Martin, Woonona, to Margaret. Ann Thomas, Mogo (late of Woonona). The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930) Thursday 18 January 1894 p 1

MARTIN.— 6th July. at. Woonona. Maggie, wife of Horace Martin, eldest daughter of David and Susan Thomas, Bateman's Bay, aged 25 years. At rest. The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930) Saturday 7 July 1894 p 1

Martin Margaret Maggie Jane (Kyling then Wolf)

b. 2/6/1868 Qld

m. Rudolf Adolph Wolf 12/2/1890 Qld

m. Charles Henry Martin (1868 Wollongong - 1927 Son of Julius Martin & Sarah McKenzie *) 11/2/1892 Sydney

f. Christian Frederick Kyling m. Sophia Caroline Schweinsberg

  1. (u) Wolf
  2. (m) Edward Charles Martin b. 1892 Sydney
  3. (m) Norman McKenzie Martin b. 1897 Wollongong d. 1942 North Sydney
  4. (m) Harry F Martin b. 1899 Wollongong
  5. (f) Nellie Martin b. 1900 Wollongong d. 31/12/1899 Wollongong
  6. (m) Francis J Martin b. 1901 Balmain North
  7. (f) Ruby L Martin b. 1903 Sydney

MARTIN.— On December 31, at her parents' residence, Church-street, Wollongong, Nellie, the dearly loved and only daughter of C. H. and M. Martin ; aged five months. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Saturday 5 January 1901

Martin Mary

m. George Martin

  1. (m) Theodore Martin b. 1867 Kiama d. 1873 Sydney

Martin Mary

m. William Martin

  1. (m) Thomas Martin b. 1864 Kiama

Martin Mary

Living Thirroul in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Martin Mary (McNally)

b. Canada d. abt 1857

m. James Martin 1833 RC Sydney St Mary’s

f. Patrick McNally m. Judith Kilfroy McDermott *

Ship: Broxbornebury 1814

Adjoining grants belonging to William McNally and James and Mary (McNally) Martin which were acquired in 1830. There is a later suggestion that in about 1840, James Martin sold the grant of 50 acres which had been either his and Mary’s or Mary’s alone and vanished without further record.

Martin Mary Ann

1903 Electoral roll –living at Woonona Domestic Duties.

Martin Mary Ann

Living Thirroul in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Martin Mary Ann

b. 2/4/1876 Albion Park d. 1926 Petersham

f. Nicholas Aaron Martin m. Catherine Toohey *

1903 Electoral roll –living at Shellhabour Domestic Duties

Martin Mary Jane (Druery)

b. 1878 Hartley d. 11/6/1970 Burwood

m. Horace Martin (30/7/1866 Appin – 11/7/1919 Bulli Son of Joseph Martin & Sarah Wood *) 1901 Woonona

f. George Druery m. Margaret Cochrane*

  1. (f) Sarah M Martin b. 1902 Woonona d. 1902 Woonona
  2. (f) Adelaide M Martin b. 1905 Woonona
  3. (f) Iris F Martin b. 1907 Woonona

Living in Sydney when her brother died in 1952

Martin Mary Louisa (Kimbrey)

b. 1859 Wollongong d. 3/8/1925 br. Bulli General

m. Joseph Martin (abt 1857- 24/8/1943 Thirroul Son of Joseph Martin & Fanny ) 25/6/1879 Wollongong 5244/1879

f. Thomas Kimbrey m. Mary A Brown *

  1. (m) Thomas Charles Martin b. 1880 Wollongong
  2. (f) Mary L Martin b. 1882 Woonona
  3. (m) William Henry Martin b. 1884 Woonona 23083/1884 d. 10/6/1947 Bulli
  4. (f) Alice May Martin b. 1888 Woonona 25833/1888 d. 1956 Bulli (James H Crompton 1907)  
  5. (m) Campbell J Martin b. 1891 Woonona
  6. (m) Arthur J Martin b. 1895 Woonona
  7. (m) Joseph Campbell Martin b. 1893 d. 27/6/1969 (Elspeth May)

Husband a builder

MARTIN-KIMBREY,-June 25, at St. Michael's Church, Wollongong, by the Rev. C. F. Withey, Mr. Joseph Martin, jun., to Mary Kimbrey, both of Woonona.,

Martin Mary Matilda ( Frew)

b. 14/11/1872 Nundle d. 22/9/1952 Fairfield br. Bulli Anglican

m. William Martin (08/2/1865 Appin - 12/5/1959 Woonona Son of Joseph Martin & Sarah Wood * ) 30/10/1892 Hillgrove

f. David Mercer Frew m. Elizabeth Rachel Wellby

  1. (m) George Martin b. 1892
  2. (m) Edward Martin b. 1894
  3. (m) Thomas William Martin b. 1896 Woonona
  4. (f) Elizabeth M Martin b. 1899 Woonona
  5. (m) Albert Frank Roland Martin b. 1903 Woonona
  6. (m) Charles Gordon Martin b. 1911 Woonona
  7. (m) Roy Harold Martinb. 1913
  8. (f) Stella Gwendolene Martin b. 1914 (Emblem)

Husband a builder/ carpenter

1903 Electoral roll –living at Woonona Domestic Duties.

Martin Mary Mina (Stewart)

m. Joseph Martin (abt 1822 Ireland -1871 Son of James Martin & Catherine Armstrong * see Stewart) 1845 Presbyterian Wollongong V18454414 74B

  1. (f) Elizabeth Martin * b. 1847 bp. CofE Jamberoo; Kiama; Shoalhaven d. 1919 Grafton (Alfred Batty 1872)
  2. (m) James Martin b. 1850 bp. CofE Jamberoo; Kiama; Shoalhaven
  3. (f) Anne Martin b. 1852 bp. Jamberoo; Kiama; Shoalhaven
  4. (f) Mary J Martin b. 1854 bp. Jamberoo; Kiama; Shoalhaven
  5. (m) Robert Martin b. 1858 Kiama
  6. (f) Catherine Martin b. 1861 Kiama (John McNally 1883)
  7. (m) Christopher Martin b. 1863 Wollongong d. 1/5/1892 Wollongong (Catherine Carmichael * 1882 see Bird)
  8. (f) Mary J Martin b. 1865 Wollongong
  9. (m) Joseph Martin b. 1867 Wollongong d. 1941 Granville

Martin Rebecca (Clinton)

b. abt 1835 Fermanagh Ireland d. 24/10/1896 “The Pines” Avondale br. Brownsville Anglican

m. Robert Martin ( abt 1830 Ireland - 15/11/1902 Son of James Martin & Catherine Armstrong * see Stewart ) 15/4/1872 Kiama

f. Alexander Clinton m. Elizabeth Kennedy

Ship: 1855 Sultana

  1. (m) Alexander Gray Martin b. 29/5/1874 Jamberoo d. 14/1/1957 Wollongong (Ethel May B Lindsay * 1900)
  2. (f) Eliza Isabel Martin * b. 28/11/1874 Jamberoo d. 19/10/1952 Petersham

Her father was a widower who arrived with is children Ann (20), Rebecca (16), Joseph (14) and Eliza (10)

Martin Sarah

b. abt 1804 NSW

m. Thomas Martin ( abt 1799 NSW- )

Husband a settler

Living Illawarra in 1828 census

Martin Sarah (McGettigan)

d. 1914 Dunmore

m. Irvine /Ervine/Irwin Martin ( 1834 Ireland – 1913 Son of James Martin & Catherine Armstrong * see Stewart)

f. John McGettigan m. Bridget

  1. (m) Joseph Martin b. 1873 Kiama d. 14/8/1949 Dunmore
  2. (m) James Martin b. 16/2/1868 Shellharbour bp Kiama RC d. 22/12/1933 Dunmore
  3. (m) John Martin b. 8/4/1869 Shellharbour bp Kiama RC d. before 1949
  4. (m) Irvine Michael Martin b. 16/11/1870 Shellharbour bp Kiama RC d. 12/11/1943 Dorrigo (Bridget Connors * 1897)
  5. (m) Bernard Martin d. before 1949
  6. (f) Mary Elizabeth Martin * b. 17/3/1874 Shellhabour bp. 26/11/1882 Albion Park RC (Patrick O’Dwyer 1912)
  7. (f) Sarah Martin * b. 1876 Dunmore d. 31/8/1931 “Allawah” Dunmore (Thomas O’Dwyer 1897)
  8. (f) Catherine Bridget Martin b. 1885 Dunmore (Leo Felix O’Dwyer 1910)

1903 Electoral roll –living at Dunmore Domestic Duties Husband a farmer

We are sorry to learn that Mrs. Irvine Martin, of Dunmore, is seriously ill, and is being attended by a doctor and a trained nurse. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 3 July 1914 p 3

Sister Bridget Rubenach *

Martin Sarah (McKenzie)

b. 1839 Herne Farm, American Creek, Figtree, Wollongong d. ?

m. Julius Martin (-26/8/1883) 1859 St Michael’s CofE Wollongong 3254/1859

f. Neil McKenzie m. Christina Robertson *

  1. (f) Sarah Martin b. 1860 13798/1860 d. 24/12/1861 Dapto
  2. (f) Phoebe Martin * b. 1861 Wollongong 14472/1861 d. 1948 Wollongong (William Sharples 1887)
  3. (f) Annie (Sarah Annie) Martin b. 1863 Wollongong 15118/1863
  4. (f) Christina M Martin b. 1866 Wollongong 16590/1866
  5. (m) Charles Henry Martin b. 1868 Wollongong 18245/1868 d. 1927 Sydney (Margaret Jane Kyling * 1892)
  6. (m) Robert Arthur Martin b. 1870 Wollongong 19043/1870 d. 1954 Wollongong
  7. (m) William Herbert Martin b. 1873 Wollongong 20863/1873
  8. (m) Harold (John Ernest) Martin b. 1879 Wollongong 26152/1879

Her parents and older brother sailed from the Isle of Skye, Scotland as part of a larger group of Scots brought to Australia under a scheme devised by Rev. John Dunmore Lang.

Sarah was the first born daughter of Neil and Christina who were farmers at the American Creek Farm leased from Captain James Shoobert.

Sarah met Julius Martin who arrived in 1856 from Cambridgeshire, England

Julius attended insolvency court in 1865 so times were tough. The family moved to Keelogues farm about 10 kms west of Wollongong where the family farmed the rich pasture and was there in 1872.

The family moved back to Wollongong and Sarah was left a widow when Julius died ‘after a long and painful illness’ at their residence in Campbell St, Wollongong in 1883. Sarah was left with 7 children the youngest 4 and the oldest 22. No trace can be made of Sarah Martin after 1883. What happened to Sarah Martin?

Martin Sarah (Wood)

b. abt 1833 Warburton Sussex d. 12/2/1902 Woonona br. Bulli Anglican

m. Joseph Martin ( abt 1834 Robertsbridge Sussex- 27/3/1919 Woonona Son of Joseph Martin & Elizabeth Wood) abt 1855 Sussex

f. John/James Wood m. Mary/Sarah

  1. (f) Ellen Martin b. abt1856 Robertsbridge Sussex
  2. (m) Joseph Martin b. 18/7/1858 Appin
  3. (f) Mary Ann Martin b. 21/11/1859 Appin d. 1946 North Sydney (George Pope 1882)
  4. (m) James Martin b. 27/12/1860 Appin
  5. (f) Frances Martin b. 16/3/1862 McQuariedale d 28/7/1941 Hill St Wentworthville (Alfred Downes 1886)
  6. (f) Elizabeth Martin * b. 25/3/1863 Qusedale d. 1892 Taree (Thomas Read 1886)
  7. (m) William Martin b. 8/2/1865 Appin d. 12/5/1959 Woonona ( Mary Matilda Frew * 1892)
  8. (m) Horace Martin b. 30/7/1866 Appin d. 11/7/1919 Bulli (Margaret Ann Thomas * 1894, Mary J Druery * 1901)
  9. (f) Emily Martin * b. 27/9/1868 Appin d. 8/4/1937 Bulli (Frank Catt 1891)
  10. (m) Edward Martin b. 6/10/1869 nr Appin

Both Joseph and Sarah could read and write on arrival.

Martin Sarah Rebecca (Martin then Brighton)

b. 6/12/1881 Ryde d. 27/12/1966 Kiama br. Northern Suburbs

m. Frederick Joseph Brighton (9/8/1879 Maitland- 27/11/1924 Mackay Qld) 1900 Dapto div 1911

m. George Arthur Martin (1882 Ryde-15/6/1960 Hunters Hill Son of Henry William Martin & Elizabeth M) 20/6/1912 Liverpool

f. James Martin m. Annie Caldwell Turner

  1. (f) Doris Brighton b. 1900 Albion Park 9979/1900
  2. (f) Maggie Ramsay Brighton b. 1902 Ryde
  3. (m) Raymond John Blundell Martin b. 1913 Hunters Hill
  4. (f) Kathleen Colville Martin b. 1915 Hunters Hill
  5. (f) Ethel G Martin b. 1917 Hunters Hill
  6. (f) Rita M Martin b. 1920 Hunters Hill


Sarah Rebecca Brighton, formerly Martin, sought a dissolution of her marriage with Frederick Brighton, on the grounds of desertion.

The parties were married at Dapto in October, 1900, and petitioner said he left her five years ago, promising to provide a home for her. He had not done so, and all her efforts to trace him had failed.

A decree nisi was granted, returnable in six months. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 30 November 1911 p 5

His Honor pronounced the decree for dissolution of marriage absolute in the following case on Thursday: Sarah Rebecca Brighton v Frederick Joseph Brighton, petitioner to have custody of the children. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 8 June 1912 p 6

Martin Selina Anne (Powell)

m. Wesley Martin (abt 1828 USA ? -1865 Ryde) 1863 Wollongong 3176/1863

  1. (f) Miriam E Martin b. 2/3/1864 Wollongong
  2. (m) Preston W Martin b. 1865 Wollongong d. 1866 Wollongong

Husband a hairdresser - Hair Dressing, Shaving &c.

ON Wednesday the 2nd inst. at her residence Crown Street, the wife of Mr. Wesley Martin, of a daughter. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 4 March 1864 p 2

MRS. WESLEY MARTIN respectfully appeals to the public under the following circumsances:-

Her husband having become afflicted with insanity, and having been removed to an asylum for safety, she has by the aid of several gentlemen who have compassionated her situation, succeeded in making an arrangement for carrying on the business on terms beneficial to all parties concerned.

The business will be carried on as heretofore hair cut and dressed in the latest fashion. Perfumery sold, and every article in the trade supplied on most reasonable terms.

Mrs, Martin (in consequence of the frightful calamity which has fallen upon her husband) confidently hopes that a generous public will continue to support the establishment hitherto carried on by her husband assuring; those who do so that no pains will be spared in give satisfaction.

The business will be re-opened on SATURDAY NEXT, the 7th of October. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 20 October 1865 p 3

Martin Willane

m. Joseph Martin

  1. (m) Andrew Martin b. 1856 Kiama d. 27/2/1928 Corrimal (Bridget Clifford * 1901)

Martin Willannmurnie

1903 Electoral roll –living at Fairy Meadow Domestic Duties

Marum Alice (Mulhall)

b. 1817 Kilkenny Ireland d. 20/12/1853 Spring Creek Vic

m. Pierce Marum (2/12/1812 Newpark Kilkenny Ireland-21/11/1891 Kiewa Vic)

f. Thomas Mulhall m. Julia

  1. (f) Julia Marum b. 1835 Kilkenny Ireland d. abt 1836
  2. (f) Julia Marum b. abt 1837 d. 2/6/1924 Subiaco Convent Ryde
  3. (m) Richard Marum b. 1840 d. 14/2/1884 Deniliquin (Mary Ann Wilson 1860 Mother Bridget Casey * )
  4. (f) Fanny Marum b. 17/3/1842 Little Meadow bp. RC Illawarra; Wollongong
  5. (m) Pierce Luke Marum b. 18/10/1845 Liverpool d. 15/1/1930 Sydney (Julia Marie Kinchington 1881)
  6. (f) Mary Marum b. 1847 Yass
  7. (m) Kyran Marum b. abt 1849
  8. (m) Austin Marum b. 1851 Yass d. 9/5/1930 Yackandandah Vic (Sarah Wilson 1881 Mother Bridget Casey *)

Mascord Margaret Robinson (Reid)

b. 1872 Wollongong 19552/1872 d. 14/7/1942 Bulli

m. John Mascord (12/1/1851 Newcastle- 21/5/1943 Corrimal Son of Thomas Mascord & ) 1890 Wollongong

f. John Steel Reid m. Fanny Fee *

  1. (m) Walter T Mascord b. 1891 Wollongong
  2. (m) Frank E Mascord b. 1892 Wollongong
  3. (m) Phillip J Mascord b. 1894 Wollongong
  4. (m) William N Mascord b. 1897 Woonona (Alice Davis)
  5. (m) James L L Mascord b. 1899 Woonona
  6. (m) David S Mascord b. 1902 Woonona d. 1903 Corrimal
  7. (m) David Mascord b. 1904 Woonona
  8. (m) John Mascord b. 1906 Woonona

1903 Electoral roll –living at Corrimal Domestic Duties. Husband a carpenter.

Golden Wedding
1890 — MASCORD - REID— 1940

Ladies and Gentlemen, the toast is the bride and groom — Mr and Mrs J. Mascord. In countries where civilised life recedes into the dim past, so years may be spoken of as a brief span of passing time — just another 50 years — but in Australia this period: is almost half of our civilised existence, and we are proud that so much has been attained in this last century of glorious effort. An achievement which has been possible only because of the granite like foundations which ,the early pioneers set down. The hardships and burdens they should jeered, they speak of now with a smile and the allembracing remark — 'It was worth while.' Of such pioneering stock are. Mr. and Mrs. Mascord. Not only have they given 50 years service as good citizens of this district, and Corrimal especially, but that time they have spent together sharing joys and sorrows, rearing their family under difficulties which today sound unreal, building around them a circle of friends that has grown legionaire, a circle which will continue to grow as others associate and grow to know and appreciate the excellent qualities of our guests of honour to-night. As the years have passed, they have watched with pride their , children growing, boys young men - men, taking their share in community interests, aiways with that guiding and helping hand of mother and father. Such was the text of speeches and congratulations when the family of Mr and Mrs. Mascord tended their mother and father an afternoon in honor of their golden wedding. Old friends, young friends, relatives friends all joined in this grand event at the Methodist Church Hall, on Friday night last. Musical items, lantern slides, songs and recitations, combined with an excellent Golden Wedding Breakfast Spread, contributed towards an evening -which Mr. and Mrs. Mascord: will long remember, and one can only guess at the thoughts of both young and old when Mrs. Mascordcut the cake to the merry toast of 'For They are Jolly Good Fellbws' ; In congratulating Mr. ahd Mrs. Mascord all wished them further happiness together: may they make it's a diamond wedding and enjoy the best of everything in these latter years of their life. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 18 October 1940 p 15

Mascord Mary Ann (Frith)

b. abt 1875 Lancashire d. 1954 Newcastle

m. Edwin John Mascord (1880 Sydney– 23/3/1956 Newcastle Son of John Mascord & Eliza Ellen Moore ) 1900 Wollongong

f. Thomas Frith m. Margaret Ann Howarth

Ship: Blair Athole 1879

  1. (m) Thomas J Macord b. 1902 Wickham
  2. (f) Alma A Mascord b. 1904 Woonona
  3. (f) Alvina I Macord b. 1906 Woonona
  4. (m) Albert G Mascord b. 1908 Woonona
  5. (f) Edna F Mascord b. 1911 Woonona

Mason Ann (Nethercott/Neithercut/Nuthunt)

b. abt 1826 d. 28/1/1889 Oxford St Sydney br. Waverley

m. Henry Mason (-1892 Redfern Son of Robert Mason ) 1853 Presbyterian Wollongong V18534508 74B

  1. (f) Sarah Matilda Mason * b. 1853 d. 1887 Sydney
  2. (f) Harriett Mason b. 1857 Kiama 7416/1857
  3. (m) James Mason b. 1859 Kiama 8391/1859
  4. (m) Samuel Mason b. 1863 Kiama 8417/1863

MASON.—January 28, 1889, at her residence, 74, Oxford-street, Ann, the beloved wife of H. Mason, sen., and dearly beloved mother of H. Mason, jun., aged 63 years.  The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 1 February 1889 p 1

Mason Blanche (Beard)

b. 1873 Birmingham d. February 1904 Newtown br. Rookwood

m. Ralph T A Mason (-1908 Sydney Son of Ralph Mason & Emily ) 1891 Sydney

f. Reuben Beard m. Emma Bentley

Ship: ?

  1. (f) Olive B Mason b. 1892 Woonona
  2. (m) Ralph T A Mason b. 1896 Redfern d. 1969 Newtown
  3. (f) Alma Blanche Mason b. 1900 Sydney (John E Shiels 1923)
  4. (f) Ida G Mason b. 1902 St Peters (Leslie Chudleigh Gorrick 1924)

Mason Edith Florence (Potts)

b. 1870 Grafton d. 1939 Katoomba

m. Ernest Maxwell Mason (- 1935 North Sydney Son of William H Mason & Ada H ) 1891 St John’s Balmain

f. Edmund Potts m. Margaret Sarah Lockhead *

  1. (f) Ada D Mason b. 1892
  2. (m) Henry Ernest Mason b. 1894 d. 1943
  3. (f) Edna B Mason b. 1901

MASON-POTTS -October,1891, at St John's Church, Balmain North, by the Rev W A Charlton, Ernest third son of Colonel W H Mason, late of Bombay Staff Corps, now of London to Edith F fourth daughter of E Potts, Esq of HM Customs, Wollongong The Sydney Morning Herald 11 November 1891

Mason Eliza Sarah Annie (Allbon)

b. abt 1870 Surrey d. 28/4/1948 Chatswood br. Northern Suburbs

m. William Henry Mason (abt 1867-4/8/1939 Turramurra ) 1892 Manly

f. Alfred Allbon m. Sarah Annie Prior

Ship: 1879 Samuel Plimsoll

  1. (f) Marie M L Mason b. 1893 Newcastle (Joseph Hackett)
  2. (f) Dorothy M Mason b. 1898 Gosford d. 1899 Ashfield
  3. (f) Irene Ada Mason b. 1902 Helensburgh d. 11/2/1992 St Ives (George W Hancock)
  4. (f) Olive Mason b. 1908 Woonona d. 1908 Woonona
  5. (m) Frederick Alfred Mason d. 1976 (Alice)

Living at Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

MASON, Eliza Sarah Annie.-April 29, 1948, at hospital, relict of William Henry Mason and loved mother of Marie (Mrs. Hackett), Irene (Mrs. Hancock), and Frederick, fond mother-in-law of Alice, George, and Joseph, and dear grandmother of William, Phyllis, Josephine, Leslie, May, and Barry, aged 78 years. At rest. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 30 April 1948 Page 12

Mason Eleanor Ellen (Casley)

b. 1858 Yandoit Vic d. 1943 Auckland NZ

m. Wilmot Wilberorce Mason (1860 Hough Cheshire-27/9/1932 Waterloo Son of John Mason and Sarah Elizabeth Hilditch) 1882 Melbourne Vic

f. Patrick Casley m. Elizabeth McIntyre

  1. (m) Wilmot Aloysius Mason b. 23/4/1883 Hotham Vic d. 1959 Clacton-on-Sea Essex England
  2. (m) Albert Edward Mason b. 1885 Sydney 1653/1885 d. 1956
  3. (f) Mary May Mason b. 1887 Sydney 3439/1887 d. 1967
  4. (m) Harold Joseph Mason b. 1889 Newtown 12308/1889 d. 1960 Redfern
  5. (f)Eleanor Mason b. 1890 Sydney 2945/1890 d. 1972
  6. (f) Agnes Mason b. 1896 Sydney d. 1972

Husband a hotellier


This was an application to vary an order made on 20th May last from £1 to £1 10s per week. Mr. Elliott for complainant. Mr. C. C. Russell for defendant. A settlement boing suggested by the Bench, but without avail, the case proceeded. Ellen Mason, on oath, stated : I am the wife of defendant ; am living at Austinmer; I consented to take £1 per week, but find that I cannot support myself and five childron under £1 10s per week ; I don't think it would cost less than £2 per week if I lived at home ; if I was in a city I could work at the tailoring ; defendant's income from the hotel is about £15 per week ; my husband's behaviour to myself and children, consisting of ill-treatment and vile language, prevents me going back. To Mr. Russell : I would rather starve than let the children go back to defendant ; the ages of the childron are respectively 9, 7, 4, 3, and 1 1/2 years; I signed the warrant for defendant's arrest, but the constable did not tell me what I was signing. To the Bench : I pay 3s. per week rent ; I could not make £1 per week and keep myself and the children. The application increasing the amount to £1 10s per week was granted, with £2 2s. professional costs. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Saturday 18 June 1892 p 2

Mason Emily (Henshaw)

b. abt 1839 Gloucester d. 19/07/1907 Rosewood Qld br. Tallegalla Qld

m. Richard Mason (abt 1836 Gloucester -14/3/1908 Rosewood Qld ) 1857 Bristol

f. Thomas Henshaw m. Mary Mason

Ship: Boanerges 1857

  1. (m) William Mason b. 1858 Wollongong
  2. (m) John Edwin Mason b. 1860 Campbelltown d. 21/11/1931 Qld
  3. (f) Charlotte M H Mason b. 1862 Campbelltown d. 1863 Campbelltown
  4. (m) Richard Emanuel Mason b. 16/2/1866 Qld d. 13/9/1933 Qld
  5. (f) Emma Mary Mason b. 25/7/1868 Qld d. 4/8/1868 Qld
  6. (f) Alice Emma Mason b. 27/6/1869 Qld (Charles Ridsdale 1898)
  7. (m) Charles Jasper Mason b. 29/12/1871 d. 18/9/1951 Qld


DEAR SIR, — I am desirous of making this apology to you for the false and slanderous reports which have been circulated about our neighborhood, which statements are most false and untrue, and without foundations and I hope that you will forgive both myself and my wife for anything which is stated to have emanated from us, and Believe me to be, dear sir,

Yours truly,


Fairy Meadow, July 20th, 1858. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Monday 26 July 1858 p 3

FUNERAL.—The Friends of Mr. RICHARD MASON, Sen., and Messrs. WILLIAM, JOHN, RICHARD, and CHARLES MASON are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their Deceased WIFE and MOTHER, to move from her late Residence, Rosewood, at 2 o'clock, THIS (SATURDAY) AFTERNOON, for the Tallegalla Cemetery.

J. W. REED, Undertaker.

FUNERAL.—The Friends of Mr. CHARLES RIDSDALE, of Rosewood, are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his Deceased Mother-in-Law, Mrs. RICHARD MASON, to move from her late Residence, Rosewood, at 2 o'clock, THIS (SATURDAY) AFTERNOON, for the Tallegalla Cemetery. Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald and General Advertiser (Qld. : 1861 - 1908) Saturday 20 July 1907 Page 4

Mason Frances Penelope (Elliott)

b. abt 1858 d. 26/10/1943 Haberfield

m. Joseph Leopold Mason (abt 1858-26/7/1941 Haberfield Son of Joseph Leopold Mason & Marie) 1881 Wagga Wagga 4996/1881

f. William Elliott m. Bridget

  1. (m) William Joseph Mason b. 1882 Temora 17038/1882 d. 1955 Burwood
  2. (m) Leo S Mason b. 1884 Redfern 10213/1884
  3. (m) Joseph E Mason b. 1886 Woonona 24623/1886
  4. (f) Bridget S Mason b. 1888 Woonona 25898/1888 (Terence Kelleher 1917)
  5. (m) John Mason
  6. (f) Clare Mason b. 1893 Murwillumbah 24279/1893 (James E Gilligan 1929)
  7. (f) Mary F Mason b. 1895 Murwillumbah 24674/1895 (Charles E Seager 1916)

MASON.-October 26, 1943, at her residence, 27 Tressider Avenue, Haberfield, Frances Penelope Mason, relict of the late Joseph L. Mason and loved mother of William, Leo, Joseph, Stan (Mrs. T Kelleher), John, Eileen (Mrs. Gilligan), and Molly (Mrs. Seager), aged 85 years. R.I.P. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 27 October 1943 p 12

Mason Margaret Sarah (Sloan)

b. 1878 Wollongong d. 1965 Newtown

m. Frederick Robert Thomas Mason (abt 1874- 8/10/1949 Camperdown ) 1899 Wollongong

f. James Sloan m. Esther Edwards *

  1. (m) Frederick P C Mason b. 1899 Wollongong
  2. (f) Emily Mason b. 1901 Wollongong
  3. (m) William J Mason b. 1904 Wollongong
  4. (f) Bessie Mason b. 1906 Wollongong
  5. (f) Florence M Mason b. 1908 Wollongong (Coward)
  6. (m) Alfred George Mason b. 1911 Wollongong
  7. (f) Phyllis E Mason b. 1913 Wollongong
  8. (f) Elsie Irene Mason b. 1915 Wollongong (Cecil Colless 1935)
  9. (f) Esther M Mason b. 1918 Wollongong
  10. (f) Zilma Grace Mason (Frederick Warn 1939)
  11. (f) Peggy Joyce Mason (Leslie Moore 1948)

Living Church St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a labourer

Mason Mary

b. abt 1854 d. 22/10/1935 Helensburgh br. Helensburgh

m. Thomas Mason (abt 1849- 3/1/1921 Helensburgh Son of Thomas Mason & Mary)

f. Thomas m. Jane

  1. (f) Mary Jane Mason * d. 1956 Helensburgh (John S Taylor 1892)
  2. (f) Ann Mason (Alfred Carter 1901)
  3. (f) Ethel Mason d. 1968 Scarborough (Herbert A O’Farrell 1906)
  4. (m) Thomas C Mason b. 1890 Helensburgh
  5. (m) Arthur Mason b. 1895 Helensburgh

Living at Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a miner.

MASON. —The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. J. S. TAYLOR, Mrs. A. CARTER, Mrs. O'FARRELL, and THOMAS MASON are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their late beloved MOTHER, Mary Mason ; to leave the residence of Mrs. J. S. Taylor, Short-street, Helensburgh, THIS WEDNESDAY, at 3.30 p.m., for Methodist Cemetery, Helensburgh. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 23 October 1935 p 11

Mason Mary (James)

b. abt 1804

m. Robert Mason

Convict Permission to Marry Index 1836 Wollongong

Ship: Burrell (2) 1832

Occupation: Nursemaid

Sentence: Life

She was assigned to R Brownlow of King Street Sydney in 1832

Mason Mary Ann see Foley Mary Ann

Mason Mary A

m. John Mason

  1. (m) James A Mason b. 1865 Wollongong

Mason Matilda

Unmarried or no father listed

  1. (m) James V Mason b. 1900 Helensburgh

Mason Sarah

m. Joseph Mason

  1. (m) Albert A Mason b. 1885 Wollongong

Mason Sarah Matilda

b. 1853 Dapto V1853665 52/1853 d. 20/7/1887 Sydney

f. Henry Mason m. Annie *

“MASON.—In fond and loving remembrance of our dearly beloved daughter, Sarah Matilda, who departed this life, after a long and painful illness, on 20th July 1887, native of Dapto, Illawarra, New South Wales. Inserted by her loving parents, Henry and Ann Mason.”SMH 20 July 1888

Massey Adeline (Barber)

b. 1872 Dapto d. 20/4/1942 Keira St Wollongong

m. Charles Massey (1864 Wollongong -25/10/1930 Son of John Massey & Mary Esther Foot *) 1889 Wollongong

f. Edwin Barber m. Frances Fanny Bodycote *

  1. (m) Wilfred Massey b. 1890 Wollongong
  2. (f) Emily L. Massey b. 1892 Wollongong (Ray W Walker 1914)
  3. (f) Maud Massey b. 1895 Wollongong
  4. (m) Edwin Massey b. 1898 Wollongong d. 1966 Wollongong
  5. (f)? Massey ( J Duncan)

Living Crown St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties


The death of Mrs. Adeline Massey, at her residence, Keira-st, Wollongong, on Monday, removes a representative, of a very old pioneering family. Her parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Barber, of Lake Illawarra, where the late Mrs. Massey was born 69 vears aso. When 16 years of age she was married to the late Mr. Charles Massey, who passed away in 1930. Forty years ago Mr. and Mrs. Massey opened a shop in Crown-st., Wollongong, where they carried on for many years, eventually removing to the present premises in Keira-st. Mrs. Massey had been ailing for about three years, but serious results were not anticipated. She was taken suddenly ill on Sunday night and passed away suddenly on Monday morning. The late Mrs. Massey was devoted to her home and family, and beyond her association with St. Michael's Church, Wollongong, took no part in public affairs. She had a circle of friends who admired her for her neighbourly qualities and sincere friendship. The interment took place on Tuesday at Berkeley Cemetery. A service was held at the home prior to the funeral the Rev. R. C. M. Long officiating, assisted by Rev. Gordon Robertson. Mr. Long also officiated at the graveside, around which there was a very representative gathering. A grown-up family survive, viz., Wilfred (Lake Illawarra), Mrs. Ray Walker, Miss Maude Massey, Edwin, Harold, Mrs. J. Duncan, all of Wollongong.  Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 24 April 1942 p 5

Massey Alice Amelia

Living at Grand Hotel Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Massey Emily (Denniss)

b. 1872 Kiama d. 19/7/1941 Wollongong br. Brownsville

m. William Massey (1866 Wollongong - 20?/10/1936 Dapto Son of Johan Massey & Mary Esther Foot *) 1888 Wollongong

f. Jacob Denniss m. Mary Green *

  1. (m) Stanley Massey b. 1890 Wollongong
  2. (m) Charles Massey b. 1892 Wollongong
  3. (m) Alfred E Massey b. 1894 Wollongong
  4. (m) John Massey b. 1897 Wollongong
  5. (f) Caroline F Masseyb. 1896 Wollongong (James E Pallier 1916)
  6. (f) Lucy J Massey b. 1896 Wollongong (Alfred T Clifford 1917)
  7. (f) Rita E Massey b. 1910 Wollongong (Robert L Turner 1928)

Living at Illawarra Lake in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a fisherman.

One of the most highly-esteemed residents of the Dapto district, Mrs Emily Massey passed away at Wollongong last Saturday. Her former residence for years was Kanahooka road, Dapto. She was the widow of the late William Massey and dear mother of Stanley (dereased). Pat. Alf, Carrie (Mrs. J. E. Tallier), Lucy (Mrs. A. Clifford). John ( deceased) and Rita (Mrs. R. Turner). The remains were interred in tbp Brownsville cemetery on Sunday last. All members of her family are well and favorably known. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 25 July 1941 p 5

Massey Lavinia (Fishlock/Oxenbridge)

b. 1881 Wollongong d. 1956 Brisbane Qld

m. George Walter Massey ( 1875 Wollongong -1955 Lismore Son of John Massey & Mary Esther Foot *) 1900 Wollongong

f. Michael Fishlock m. Mary Ann Brasher *

  1. (m) Lomas Cedric Massey b. d. 1967 Qld
  2. (m) Ernest S Massey b. 1900 Wollongong
  3. (f) Olive M Massey b. 1902 Wollongong
  4. (m) Neil George Massey b. 1904 Wollongong d. 1983 Qld
  5. (f) Gladys l Massey b. 1907 Wollongong
  6. (f) Ruth I Massey b. 1909 Wollongong
  7. (m) John James Massey b. 1911 Wollongong d. 1944 Qld
  8. (m) Harry B Massey b. 1913 Wollongong

Living at Illawarra Lake in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties.

Lived at Unanderra

Massey Mabel (Marchant)

b. 1837 Sydney d. 17/5/1912 Bega br. Bega

m. William Massey (1829 York England -) 14/2/1853 Cook’s River

m. Reuben/Thomas Hollis (abt 1818 – 2/4/1915 Marrickville)

f. James Marchant m. Ann Slevell

  1. (f) Susan Anne Massey b. 1853 d. 1899
  2. (m) William Henry Massey b. 1856 d. 1858
  3. (m) Richard James Massey b. 1858 d. 1933
  4. (f) Hannah Massey b. 1860 d. 1936
  5. (m) William Henry Massey b. 1862 d. 1927
  6. (m) Solomon Massey b. 1864 d. 1864
  7. (f) Emma Louise Massey b. 1865 d. 1926
  8. (f) Sarah Ann Massey b. 1867 Kiama d. 1944 (Edward Thew 1887)

Sarah Ann Massey was registered with the father’s names as Edward. A later daughter was called Sarah Hollis. If anyone has her death certificate it would be good to check her marrages and children.

Massey Margaret (Simpson)

b. 1866 Wollongong d. 4/1/1924 Dapto br. Brownsville

m. Alfred Massey ( 1871 Wollongong- 18/3/1933 Wollongong Son of John Massey & Mary Esther Foote * see Gidley) 1902 Sydney

f. Robert Simpson m. Janet Caldwell *

  1. (m) Robert J Massey b. 1903 Wollongong
  2. (f) Alfreda P Massey b. 1910 Wollongong

Living at Illawarra Lake in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a fisherman.

Although she had been ailing for a considerable time, the death of Mrs. Alfred Massey, of Kanahooka Road, Dapto, on Friday last was wholly unexpected. The deceased lady was up and about the previous evening, and the immediate cause of death was heart failure. Prior to her marriage the late Mrs. Massey was a Miss Simpson, and has relatives now residing in Dapto.

The deceased is survived by a husband and a son, Robert (19) and daughter Freda (13), respectively. The interment took place in the Church of England cemetery, Brownsville, on Saturday. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 11 January 1924 p 2

Massey Mary Esther Rose see Gidley

Massey Mary Jane (McKinley then Clifford)

b. 1856 Wollongong d. 11/12/1937 br. West Dapto Catholic Cemetery

m. Thomas Clifford (abt 1853 Dapto - 1/4/1918 Dapto Son of Thomas Clifford & Elizabeth Rourke * ) 25/1/1876 West Dapto

m. Joseph Massey (5/8/1862 – 27/5/1936 Berkeley Son of John Massey & Mary Esther Foot * ) 1925 Wollongong 7705/1925

f. John McKinley m. Jane Irwin/Irvine *

  1. (f) Jane Clifford b. 7/12/1876 Dapto 22981/1877
  2. (f) Louisa Mary Clifford b. 9/6/1878 Dapto 24752/1878
  3. (f) Elizabeth Clifford b. 16/2/1880 Dapto 27326/1880
  4. (m) Ewin Clifford b. 9/12/1881 Dapto
  5. (f) Mabel Irvine Clifford * b. 9/12/1881 Sunray Farm Mullet Creek Unanderra19509/1882 d. 1965 Wollongong (John Hazelton 1901)
  6. (f) Maude Alice Clifford * b. 20/10/1883 Dapto 21138/1883 (Thomas O’Neill 1900)
  7. (f) Ellen Clifford b. 19/10/1886 Dapto 24462/1886
  8. (f) Florence Margaret Clifford b. 2/1/1889 Berkley
  9. (m) David Clifford b. 1891
  10. (m) Thomas Clifford b. 21/11/1892 Canterbury 39114/1893
  11. (f) Annie Clifford b. abt 1893 Dapto ( Albert John Tomkins 1917)
  12. (f) Violet I Clifford b. 1895 Wollongong 38430/1895
  13. (m) Edward Clifford b. 22/11/1897 Dapto 36983/1897
  14. (m) Albert Clifford b. 27/11/1900 Calderwood

Living at Calderwood in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Her first husband died from fall from horse. Her second marriage was to a childhood friend

Massey Sarah Ann (Denniss)

b. 13/8/1865 Macquarie River d. 7/6/1924 Berkeley br. Brownsville Anglican

m.Joseph Massey (5/8/1862 Wollongong – 27/5/1936 Berkeley Son of John Massey & Mary Esther Foot *) 7/4/1881 St Luke’s Brownsville Dapto

f. Jacob Denniss m. Mary Green *

  1. (m) Alfred Massey b. 1883 d. 1883 aged 0
  2. (m) Albert Alexander Massey b. 1885 Wollongong d. 1945 Lake Illawarra
  3. (m) John Herbert Massey b. 1887 Wollongong
  4. (f) Edith Melinda May Massey b. 1889 d. 1898 Lake Illawarra aged 9
  5. (m) Walter Marrey b. 1891 Wollongong
  6. (f) Olive Myrtle Massey b. 1893 Wollongong (J C Miller 1912)
  7. (m) Geoffrey Issac Ambrose Massey b. 1894 Wollongong
  8. (m) George Horace Massey b. 1897 Wollongong d. 1/11/1912 aged 15
  9. (m) Percy Joseph Massey b. 1899 Wollongong d. 1907 Lake Illawarra
  10. (m) Ernest Massey b. 1901 Wollongong
  11. (f) Ivy Massey b. 1904 Wollongong
  12. (m) Rex Massey b. 1906 Wollongong

Living at Illawarra Lake in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties.

Joseph later married a childhood friend, widower, Mary Jane McKinley Clifford (whose husband Thomas Clifford died when he fell from his horse).


Much sympathy is felt for Mr. Joseph Massey of Berkeley, in the loss he has sustained in the death of his wife, who passed away on Saturday night. The late Mrs. Massey, was a daughter of the late Mr. Jacob Dennis, of Unanderra, and was highly respected in this district, which fact, was fully testified to by the large cortege which followed her mortal remains to the Brownsville Cemetery on Monday. The Revs. T. Knox, and F. H. D.   Alderton officiated at the graveside. A. grown up family survive to mourn the  loss of an affectionate mother.  Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 13 June 1924 p 2

Massie Annie ()

m. John Massie

  1. (f) Anna Massie b. 6/1863 Farie Meadow

Masters Frances Eliza (Campbell)

b. 12/1/1861 Sydney d. 14/11/1940 Wollongong

m. Alexander George Masters ( abt 1856 Nova Scotia – 25/5/1929 Balgownie) 16/4/1881 Sydney

f. Charles William Campbell m. Ann Jane McAuley *

  1. (m) Alexander George Masters b. 1882 Redfern d. 21/7/1952 (Joahnna )
  2. (m) Charles F Masters b. 1884 Wollongong
  3. (f) Alice Lamina Masters b. 1887 Balgownie ( Thomas Crockett 1907)
  4. (f) Florence J Masters b. 1889 Wollongong (Matthew Sharples 1914)
  5. (f) Annie M Masters b. 1890 Wollongong (Joseph Flanagan 1909)
  6. (m) James W Masters b. 1892 Wollongong
  7. (f) Ethel May Masters b. 1894 Woonona d. 1936 Redfern (George Robinson 1915)
  8. (m) Herbert E S Masters b. 1896 Woonona
  9. (m) Howard A Masters b. 1898 Woonona
  10. (m) David R Masters b. 1900 Woonona
  11. (m) Albert C Masters b. 1903 Woonona
  12. (f) Emily M Masters b. 1904 Woonona (Edward W Beaumont 1926)

Living at Balgownie in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties Husband a miner.


Mrs. Frances Eliza Masters, relict of the laite Alexander George Masters of Balgownie, passed away in the Wollongong District Hospital on Saturday last. The deceased lady who was in her 83rd year was one of the oldest residents of the Balgownie District. With her late husband she had been amongst the pioneers of the district. He husband had predeceased her by about nine years. A woman of a kindly nature she had enjoyed the friendship and respect of a very wide circle. She is survived by Alick, Alice (Mrs. T. Crockett), Robert, Florrie (Mrs. M. Sharpies). Annie .(Mrs. J. Flanagan), Jim (Judy). Herbert, Alfred, David, Albert, Emily (Mrs. W. Beaumont). One daughter predeceased her. Thirty two grand children and. a number of great grand children also survive her. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 22 November 1940 p 3

Matheson Charlotte see Wight

Matheson/Mathieson Isabella (Finlayson)

b. abt 1806 d. 11/2/1881 Cooper Street Strawberry Hills br. Presbyterian Section Rookwood Cemetery

m. Dugald Matheson (abt1804 or 1799 -28/3/1872 ) 18 or 20 February 1834 Lochalsh Scotland

Ship: William Nicol 27/10/1837

  1. (f) Catherine Matheson * b. 2 April 1835 Lochalsh d. 1895 Rockdale (William Wilson 1868)
  2. (m) John Matheson b. 2/3/1837 Balnacra d. at sea 4/9/1837 Date of death from Surgeon’s Journal
  3. (f) Mary Matheson * b. 24 February 1839 Harpers Hill (Alexander Finlayson 1858 )
  4. (f) Charlotte Mathison * b. 1 July 1841 Berkeley Presbyterian Wollongong V18411752 47/1841 (William Wight 1865)
  5. (m) Roderick Mathieson b. 12 October 1843 Berkeley Presbyterian Wollongong V18434656 47/1843 d. 20/5/1911 Junee (Hannah Shea 1884)
  6. (f) Annie Mathison * b. 21 February 1847 Berkeley Presbyterian Wollongong V18474427 45B (Andrew Carson Alcorn 1882) birth listed as Finlayson which maybe the reason she used Matheson as her middle name

MATHESON.-February 11, at her residence, 65 Cooper-street, Isabella, widow of the late Dougald Matheson, of Wollongong, in her 76th year. The Sydney Morning Herald 19 February 1881

The legacy of the Highland Clearances which commenced in the 1780’s combined with ‘growing population, coupled with a destroyed economy, and recurrent famines made emigration the only alternative to starvation for thousands of Gaelic speaking people in Scotland's Highland and Island regions. Thus, it was that the British Government extended the Government Assisted Migrant System to enable Scots to leave their native land for the promising colonies. On March 13th 1837 the first of the Government Assisted Migrant ships bound for Australia departed from Dundee. She was the 'John Barry', with 323 emigrants, and July she was followed by the 'William Nicoll', with a further 321 emigrants.’ Leslie M. McKinnon.

Commonly the immigrants journeyed on foot to Portree, Isle of Skye, where they were taken aboard the government chartered vessel “William Nicol” which was preparing to sail on July 6, 1837.  The “William Nicol” was about the same length as one and a half suburban modern passenger rail carriages.  The “William Nicol” carryed 148 adult immigrants and 180 children, plus officers and crew.  Food was described as ample, however a space of only 18 inches width (45cm) was allowed for each person to sleep in.  The were 10 child deaths, which included her son John, and one female death recorded on the voyage. The “William Nicol” arrived in Port Jackson on October 17, 1837.  Among the passengers on the “William Nicol” only the midwife spoke English and the ship’s master, crew, and doctor did not speak Gaelic, so communication was very difficult.

Family initially sent to J.T. Hughes of Singleton.

References Evelyn Smith

Mathie Annie (Russell)

b. 1845 bp. Presbytrian Wollongong d. 1/11/1905 Sydney br. Albion Park

m. William Mathie ( 1835 Whitburn Scotland 28/3/1897 Albion Park Son of Malcolm Mathie & Ann Bryce) 1870 Kiama 2472/1870

f. Ebenezer Russell m. Jane Meer *

  1. (m) William Mathie b. 1870 Richmond River 16646/1870 (Vina Evelyn Fryer * 1903)
  2. (m) Ebenezer Mathie b. 1873 Richmond River 17999/1873 (Elenore S Downie 1904)
  3. (f) Annie Mathie b. 1876 Kiama 13540/1876 (William J Johnson 1901)
  4. (m) Malcolm Mathie b. 1879 Kiama 15903/1879

MATHIE -January 11, at Sydney Mrs Annie Mathie of Albion Park, aged 60 years The Sydney Morning Herald 12 January 1905

Mathie Janette see Ross

Mathie Vina Evelyn (Fryer)

b. 28/6/1882 Shellharbour d. 1959 Hurstville

m. William Mathie (1870 Richmond River – Son of William Mathie & Annie Russell *) 1903 Albion Park

f. William m. Eliza Couch *

  1. (f) Annie M Mathie b. 1903 Albion Park
  2. (f) Evelyn H Mathie b. 1906 Albion Park
  3. (f) Marjorie Mathie b. 1907 Albion Park
  4. (f) Olive D Mathie b. 1908 Bellingen
  5. (f) Heather Mathie b. 1912 Bellingen
  6. (f) Enid J Mathie b. 1917 Grafton
  7. (m) William B Mathie b. 1919 Dapto

Living at Albion Park/Marshall Mount in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Mathison Alice Sara (Charter)

d. 17/10/1930 Croydon 19207/1930 br. Rookwood

m. Rev Walter Mathison (abt 1852 -17/4/1940 Croydon Son of Rev Walter Mathison & Rebecca ) 9/4/1873

f. Rev. George Charter m. Martha Unwin *

  1. (m) Walter George Mathison b. 30/12/1874 Wollongong
  2. (m) George Howard Mathison b. 5/9/1877 Raiatea Cottage, Wollongong
  3. (f) Alice M M Mathison b. 1887 Canterbury

On the 9th instant, in the Congregational Church, Wollongong , by the father of the bride, assisted by the father of the bride- groom, Rev. WALTER MATHISON, Marrickville, eldest son of the Rev. W. Mathison, Ulladulla, to ALICE SARA, youngest daughter of the Rev. G. CHARTER, Wollongong. The Sydney Morning Herald 14 April 1873

MATHISON.—At Raiatea Cottage, Wollongong, the wife of the Rev. Walter Mathison, of a son. The Sydney Morning Herald 5 October 1877

MATHISON -At her residence, Runnlmede, 21 Grosvenor-strect, Croydon, Alice Sarah, beloved wife of the Rev W Mathison. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 18 October 1930 Page 14

Mathieson Florence Louisa (James)

b. abt 1872 d. 22/5/1954 Bulli cr. Woronora

m. James Mathison 1892 Wollongong

f. John James m. Jullian

  1. (f) Jane Mathieson b. 1893 Wollongong (Joseph McCloskey 1912)
  2. (f) Florence Mathieson b. 1895 Wollongong d. 14/4/1951 Bulli (Richard Harris 1914)

Living Mount Kembla in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties


The death occurred at the , Bulli Hospital on Saturday morning of Mrs. Florence Louisa Mathieson, of 4 Hewitt's Avenue, Thirroul.

The late Mrs. Mathieson, who was in her 82nd year, was the wife of James Mathieson, and the mother of Jane Mrs McCloskey)South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Thursday 27 May 1954 Page 4

Mathieson Sarah (Taylor)

b. 10/12/1859 Kiama d. 25/9/1884 Woonona

m. Mathew Mathieson (abt 1848 Finland – 8/2/1880 Bulli) 17/3/1879 Wollongong

Um. Charles Arthur Philip Hargrave

Um. Albert Green

f. James Taylor m. Sarah Vidler *

  1. (f) Bessie Mathuson b. 1881 Woonona

Sarah had a relationship with Charles Arthur Philip Hargrave (who married her sister) then Sarah next had a relationship with Albert Green.

Malthus Isabel Scott (Orr/Ower)

d. 22/1/1946 Morningside Qld cr. Mount Thompson Qld

m. Hugh Malthus (-4/11/1932 Morningside Qld Charles Edward Malthus & Mary Douglas ) 25/12/1902 Wollongong

f. Peter Orr d. Jessie Meldrum

1903 Electoral roll –living at Campbell St Wollongong Domestic Duties

MALTHUS—ORR.—December 25, at Glencarse, Market-street, Wollongong, by the Rev. C. A. White, B.A., Hugh Malthus to Isabel Scott Orr. The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1871 - 1912) Wednesday 7 January 1903 Page 61

MALTHUS-ORR. -December 25, at Glencarse, Market-street, Wollongong, by the Rev. C. A. White, B.A., Hugh Malthus, second son of the late C.G. D. Malthus, of Canterbury, N.Z., to Isabel Scott Orr, eldest daughter of Peter Orr, Newmiln, Perthshire, Scotland The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Monday 5 January 1903 Page 6

MALTHUS .- The Relatives and Friends of the late Isabel Scott Malthus, late of Morningside, are invited to attend her Funeral, to leave the Funeral Parlour, 52 Cleveland Road, Stone's Corner, This (Thursday) Afternoon, at 2.30 o'clock, for the Crematorium, Mount Thompson. The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954) Thursday 24 January 1946 Page 8

Mathew ?

m. John Mathew

  1. (m) William Mathew b. 16/4/1854 Broughton Creek ? bp 1861 Kiama RC
  2. (m) Thomas Mathew b. 16/4/1855 Broughton Creek? bp Kiama RC 1861

Matthews/Mathews Anne (Brunzen)

b. abt 1829 Staunton d. 20/6/1914 Camperdown br. Rookwood

m. Caleb Matthews (abt 1832 Gloucestershire -1904 Camperdown Son of William Matthwes & Anne) 1851 Monmouth Gloucestershire

Ship: Parsee 1853 into Moreton Bay

  1. (m) William Matthews b. abt 1852 Staunton d. 1907 Marrickville
  2. (f) Jessy A Matthews b. 1854 V18541791 56/1854
  3. (f) Lydia Matthews b. 1858 Sydney 129/1858
  4. (f) Jessie Mathews b. 1860 Wollongong 13872/1860 d. 1862 Wollongong
  5. (f) Rosina Mathews b. 1862 Wollongong 15041/1862
  6. (m) Male Mathews b. 1864 Wollongong 16547/1864 d. 1864 Wollongong
  7. (m) Willow James Matthews b. 1868 Glebe 3219/1868 d. 6/10/1881 Camperdown

MATTHEWS.—June 20th, at her late residence, 45 English St. (late College St.), Camperdown, Anne Brunzen, widow of the late Caleb Matthews, aged 88 years. The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930) Monday 22 June 1914 Page 8

Matthews Hannah (Unthank)

m. Edward Matthews 1855 Presbyterian Wollongong V18554521 74B

  1. (m) James E Matthews b. 1859 Sydney
  2. (f) Martha Matthews b. 1862 Sydney

Matthew/Matthews Eliza Jane (Glue)

b. 2/5/1845 CofE Cobbity Narellan V18451588 31A/1845 d. 31/12/1913 br. Bulli Anglican Cemetery

m. Frank Matthews ( abt 1838-10/7/1911 Son of Joseph Matthew & Marie J ) 1872 Braidwood 1837/1872

f. Joseph Glue m. Harriet Staggs

  1. (m) Joseph George Matthew b. 1873 Braidwood 8133/1873 d. 1963 Burwood
  2. (f) Marian Matthews b. 1875 Braidwood 8661/1875 d. 1956 Wollongong
  3. (f) Julia Esther Matthew * b. 1879 Wollongong 26000/1879 d. 10/7/1919 Thirroul (John S Scobie 1908)
  4. (m) Frank Matthew b. 1882 Wollongong 19576/1882 d. 1965 Bega

Living at Bulli in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties.

When daughter Julia died her sister and brother George were in Sydney.

Matthews Ellen

Living at Middle Creek Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

AT the Kiama Police Court on Wednesday for being drunk and disorderly Ellen Matthews was fined. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Friday 30 August 1889 p 2

Matthew Esther see Hansen

Matthews Georgina

m. Robert Matthews

  1. Hettie W Matthews b. 1894 Kiama

Matthews Louisa

m. Samuel Matthews

  1. (m) Samuel Matthews b. abt 1849 d. 22/4/1854 Wollongong
  2. (f) Louisa Jane Matthews b. abt April 1851 d. 18/5/1854 Wollongong
  3. (m) Alfred Engall Matthews b. abt June 1852 d. 13/4/1854 Wollongong
  4. (m) Frederick T Matthews V1854621 58/1854 d. 1927 Cowra
  5. (m) James T M Matthews b. 1858 Kiama7962/1858 d. 1883 Cootamundra
  6. (m) Ethelred G Matthews b. 1859 Kiama 8458/1859 d. 1927 Chatswood

At Wollongong, New South Wales, at the residence or their parents, Mr and Mrs Samuel Matthews. Alfred Engall. 13th April, 1854, aged 1 year and 10 months ; also. Charles Samuel, 22nd April, aged 6 years and 3 months ; also Louisa Jane 18th May aged 3 years and 1 month. Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer 27 May 1854

At Wollongong, on Saturday, April 22, Charles Samuel, eldest and beloved son of Samuel and Louisa Matthews, aged 6 years. The Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 26 April 1854

Matthews Martha Elizabeth (Terry)

b. abt 1854 Birmingham d. 21/7/1924 Wollongong br. Wollongong Methodist

m. Thomas William Matthews (abt 1853 Birmingham England-1931 Bulli) 1874 Aston Warwickshire

f. James Terry

Ship: Almora 1883 into Qld

  1. (f) Alice Esther Matthews * b. abt 1876 (Henry Gray 1896)
  2. (m) Charles Matthews b. abt 1878 d. 9/10/1937 Bulli (Grace)
  3. (f) Ellen Esther Matthews b. 7/9/1883 Qld
  4. (f) Martha E Matthews b. 1885 Wollongong (Thomas Clarke 1910)
  5. (f) Emily Matthews b. 1887 Wollongong d. 1888 Wollongong
  6. (m) Frederick Arthur Matthews b. 7/9/1887 Wollongong d. 19/6/1951 Newtown
  7. (f) Amelia A Matthews b. 1890 Wollongong (William Chapman 1924)

Living at Bellambi in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. With son Charles Matthews a labourer.


A highly respected resident of the district passed away on Monday last in the person of Mrs. Matthews, wife of Mr. T, W. Matthews. With her husband the late Mrs. Matthews arrived at. Wollongong in 1884, and after a residence of 20 years went to Bellambi, where they have resided ever since. At both places they made many friends and wore held in the highest esteem. A family of five children survive to mourn the loss of an affectionate mother, viz.: Mrs. H. W. Gray, of Wollongong; Mrs. T. Clarke, of Dapto; Mrs. S. Chapman, of Corrimal; and Messrs. Charles and Fred Matthews, of Bellambi. The remains of the late Mrs. Matthews were interred in the Wollongong Methodist cemetery on Wednesday, the Rev. S. Wedge officiating at the graveside. We extend our sympathy to the mourning relatives. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 25 July 1924 p 2

Matthews Margaret

b. 1858 Sydney d. 9/10/1900 Gerringong br. Kiama

f. Theodore Tilney Matthews m. Elizabeth

Miss Margaret Matthews, well and favourably known in this district, who for some time past has been a resident on Mr. G. Hindmarsh's farm at Gerringong, died rather suddenly at that place on Wednesday last, after a very brief illness. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Saturday 20 October 1900 p 14

MISS M. MATTHEWS, MISS MARGARET MATTEWS, lady well and favourably known in this district, who for some time past had been a resident on Mr. G. Hindmarsh's farm at Gerringong, died rather suddenly at that place on Wednesday last, after a very brief illness, despite the efforts of her medical adviser, Dr. C, Terrey. Miss Matthews was 47 years of age. Many years ago she held the position of sewing mistress at the Kiama public school, a position in which she was  much respected. The deceased lady's remains were conveyed to Kiama on Thursday last, and interred in the Presbyterian portion of the Porter's Garden cemetery. ..Miss Matthews leaves a married sister, resident at North Shore, to mourn her loss. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Saturday 13 October 1900 p 2

Matthews Mary

b. 1851 Sydney St Phillips CofE d. 30/11/1912 Rosebank Kiama

f. Theodore Tinley Matthews m. Elizabeth

Living at Rosebank Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

MATTHEWS.—Novmber 30, 1912, at Rosebank, Kiama, Mary Matthews, aged 61 years. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 4 December 1912 p 14

Matthews Sarah (Bryen then Lindsay then Broadhead)

b. 1837 Ireland d. 1934 br. Woronora

m. William Lindsay ( 1829 Fintonia Tyrone Ireland – 1881 Son of William Lindsay & Mary Simpson ) 1854 CofE Jamberoo; Kiama; Shoalhaven V185479 41B/1854

m. Alfred Broadhead (- 1914) 1881

m. William Matthews 1922

f. Edward Bryen m. Isabella Jolly *

Ship: abt 1840

Cause of Death: broncho-pneumonia and senility

  1. (m) Unknown male Lindsay b. 1856 Wollongong d. 1856 Wollongong
  2. (f) Sarah Lindsey b. 1857 Wollongong 12296/1857 d. 1857 Wollongong
  3. (m) George Lindsay b. 1858 Wollongong d. 1940 (Eliza Cochrane)
  4. (m) Edward James Lindsay b. 1860 Wollongong 13986/1860 d. (Rosabelle Robson * 1887)
  5. (m) William Henry Lindsay b. 1863 Wollongong d. 1890 (Ada Ellen Pallier * 1890)
  6. (f) Sarah Ann Lindsay * b. 1856 Wollongong d. 1964 ( Walter McLaren)
  7. (f) Isabella Lindsay b. 1867 Wollongong 18066/1867  (Stanley Stokes)
  8. (m) Alexander Lindsay b. 1869 Wollongong 19913/1869 d. Boer War
  9. (m) John T Lindsay b. 1870 Wollongong 19047/1870 
  10. (f) Elizabeth Jane b. 1873 Wollongong 20765/1873 ( George Wishart-Smith)
  11. (m) Patterson Albert Jolly Lindsay b. 24/5/1875 Wollongong 21852/1875 
  12. (f) Henrietta Matilda Florence Lindsay b. 1878 Wollongong ( Clwyd Wilson)

Image and biography

LINDSAY. — On the 24th May, the wife of Mr W. Lindsay, of a son. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 4 June 1875 p 2

Matthews Sarah Jane

m. John William Matthews

  1. (m) John William Matthews b. 1894 Wollongong d. 1964 Hamilton
  2. (f) Amelia Mary Matthews b. 1896 Helensburgh d. 1969 Newcastle
  3. (m) Harold Matthews b. 14/2/1899 Wilberforce
  4. (f) Winifred D E Matthews b. 1902 Helensburgh

Living at Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a miner.

Matthews Susannah (White)

d. 1918 Windsor

m. William Matthews (-29/6/1953 Woollahra) 1894 Sydney

f. William White m. Sarah

  1. (f) Lily Matthews b. 1896 Wollongong
  2. (f) Maude Matthews b. 1898 Windsor
  3. (m) James William Matthews b. 1900 Windsor d. 5/7/1953 Hurstville (Florence Mildred Dickson 1923)
  4. (m) Harry Matthews b. 1901 Windsor d. 13/11/1947 Annandale (Laura Fitzgerald 1929)
  5. (m) Frederick Matthews b. 1903 Windsor d. 1983
  6. (f) May Matthews b. 1907 Windsor

Husband remarried Catherine Montgomery in 1934.

Mattison Sarah

m. Albert Mattison

  1. (m) Albert Mattison b. 1883 Woonona

Maulsbury Edith Mary (Lacey then Reynolds)

b. abt 1880 d 1960 Lithgow

m. Arthur Reynolds 1902 Woonona

m. George Russell Maulsbury (1885 East Macquarie- 1964 Boolaroo Son of William Thomas Maulsbury & Janet Morgan) 1928 Newtown

f. John Lacey m. Elizabeth

  1. (m) Arthur Reynolds b. 1903 Lithgow d. 1956 Bulli
  2. (f) Alice Reynolds b. 1905 Woonona
  3. (m) John J Reynolds b. 1907 Lithgow
  4. (f) Edith Mary Reynolds b. 1909 Lithgow
  5. (f) Vera M Reynolds b. 1915 Lithgow
  6. (m) Charles Victor Reynolds b. 1915 Lithgow d. 1959 Lithgow


At Lithgow on Wednesday last, a cottage, owned by Arthur Reynolds, was burnt to the ground. It appears that a man named Arthur Reynolds (or Barker), during the morning had a disagreement with his wife, and it is alleged that after sending all out of the house the cottage was set alight. The fire brigade was on the scene as quickly as possible, but not before everything was burnt, only stoves, grates, bedsteads and other Iron articles being visible. Barker was later arrested, and on Friday morning charged at the police court with arson, and remanded. The plight of the wife and six children-the eldest only 13 -is very sad. They have lost their all, and at present are being housed by relatives and friends. The intimation that the house, which was composed of wood slabs, had been fired, was convoyed to the wife in the street.

The shock proved so great that the poor woman collapsed, and had to receive medical attention. Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1939) Monday 14 May 1917 p 4

Husband claimed that “his wife had driven him to it” He had only one hand and was deaf. His sentence was 18 months in Grafton gaol- the sentencing judge took into account previous crimes, which included maliciously wounding, attempting suicide, and destruction of property and said he was an unfortunate man with a violent temper.

Private Arthur Reynolds (37), formerly a coal miner, told a court martial today.

He was charged with desertion. He said he enlisted in the AIF just after the Japs entered the war.While in a military hospital, Reynolds heard that his 62-year old mother, who had been looking after his three children in Lithgow had taken a bad turn. His mother suffered from heart trouble.

Reynolds said that his wife left him about three years ago.

He went AWL on March 31, to return home to look after his children. The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Tuesday 22 September 1942 p 2

Mawby Theodosia Louisa (Whitton)

b. 1876 Wellington New Zealand d. 2/5/1954 East Hills 8932/1954

m. Ellis Mawby (abt 1862 -6/11/1955 Punchbowl) 1896 New Zealand

f. Thomas Whitton m. Louisa

  1. (m) Thomas Whitton Ellis Mawby b. 1897 Balmain 19482/1897 d. Killed in action 22 to 25/7/1916
  2. (f) Dorothy Edith Mawby b. 11/1/1900 Dapto 8900/1900
  3. (f) Alice May Mawby b. 1905 Dapto (Joseph Young 1932)
  4. (f) Theodosia Edith Mawby d. 1968 Kogarah( Raymond S Young 1929)
  5. (f) Marjorie Ellen Mawby b. 1908 Liverpool 15404/1908 d. 23/6/1940 Canterbury (William Murgatroyd 1934)
  6. (m) Jack Mawby b. 1917 Canterbury

Living at Lakelands in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a labourer.

Husband living East Hills when son Thomas enlisted in WW1

Mawer Elizabeth Jane (Plimmer)

b. abt 1862 d. 28/1/1926 Lewisham br. Bulli General

m. Samuel Barton Mawer (1855 Yorkshire -1926 Granville Son of Welshew Mawer & Ann) 24/9/1892 Sydney

f. Thomas Plimmer m. Sarah

  1. (m) Thomas Henry Mawer b. 1893 Woollahra
  2. (f) Emily L Mawer b. 1894 Woonona
  3. (m) William W Mawer b. 1896 Burwood
  4. (m) Samuel B Mawer b. 1899 Woonona
  5. (f) Annie D Mawer b. 1901 Woonona

Living at Bulli in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Bulli.—A warrant has been issued by the Bulli Bench for the arrest of Samuel Barton Mawer, charged with unlawfully deserting his wife, Elizabeth J. Mawer, at Bulli, since the 1st April last, leaving her without means of support. He is about 46 years of age, 6 feet 4 or 5 inches high, medium build, dark complexion and hair turning gray, dark moustache only, very blue eyes; an Englishman; usually works about stables as groom. Last heard of at Balmain. New South Wales Police Gazette and Weekly Record of Crime (Sydney : 1860 - 1930) Wednesday 17 September 1902 Page 369

MAWER. — 28th January, 1926, at Lewisham Hospital, Elizabeth Jane Mawer, of Bulli, age 66 years.

MAWER. — The relatives and friends of the late Elizabeth Jane Mawer are kindly invited to attend the funeral of their , late dearly belov ed mother, to leave her late resi dence, Main Road, Old Bulli, on Saturday afternoon, at 3 o'clock. General cemetery, Bulli. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 29 January 1926 p 16

Mawson Emily Louisa (Messer)

b. 1872 Penrith d. 2/6/1961 Concord West br. Rookwood

m. Francis Jonah Mawson (abt 1870-9/12/1951 Concord West Son of John Mawson & Mary) 1894 Sydney

f. Henry Messer m. Margaret

  1. (f) Emily Mawson b. 1895 Helensburgh (John McDarmont 1914)
  2. (m) Francis Mawson b. 1896 Helensburgh
  3. (f) Elsie M Mawson b. 1899 Helensburgh d. 1899 Helensburgh
  4. (m) Henry Mawson b. 1904 Helensburgh d. 1966 Sutherland
  5. (f) Christina M Mawson b. 1907 Helensburgh (George E Keeley 1932)
  6. (f) Dorothy/Doris Mawson b. 1911 Helensburgh

Living at Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a miner.

Maxwell Amelia

m. John Maxwell

  1. (m) John R Maxwell b. 1856 Kiama

Maxwell Ann Jane (McAuley/McCauley)

b. 1837 Antrim Ireland d. 28/12/1920 br. Gerringong General

m. John Maxwell (1829 Tyrone -5/9/1908 Foxground Son of John Maxwell & Elizabeth Evans *) 11/2/1857 Bulli

f. Samuel McCauley m. Anne Kirkpatrick *

Ship: 1838 Mandarin

  1. (f) Ann Eliza Maxwell * b. 1858 Gerringong 13313/1858 d. 17/3/1942 Kyogle (William Arthur Wilson 1884)
  2. (f) Sarah Jane Maxwell * b. 1860 Kiama (John J Elliott 1887, John Ritchie )
  3. (f) Margaret Jemima Maxwell * b. 3/12/1861 Foxground d. 7/10/1953 Wollongong (Thomas R M Moffitt 1901
  4. (f) Isabella Maxwell * b. 1864 Kiama d. 18/1/1950 Kiama
  5. (m) Paterson Maxwell b. 1865 Kiama d. 1943 Lismore (Lillas F Bradbery 1904)
  6. (m) John Alexander Maxwell b. 1868 Kiama d. 1941 Byron Bay (Amy J Langley 1895)
  7. (m) William George Maxwell b. 1870 Kiama d. 16/11/1943 Lismore (Jessie Martha Bradbury 1895)
  8. (m) Samuel Maxwell b. 1872 Gerringong d. 23/7/1954 Casino (Edith Ellen Smith * 1897)
  9. (m) James Maxwell b. 1874 Kiama d. 1939 Newtown (Ella Emmaline Dunstan * 1900)
  10. (m) Thomas Henry Maxwell b. 1876 Kiama d. 15/8/1959 Lismore
  11. (m) Frederick Robert Hercules Maxwell b. 1880 d. 18/4/1882 aged 1

MARRIAGES.  By special license, on the 11th instant, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. C. Acheson, John, eldest son of John Maxwell, of Killoge Estate, Dapto, to Ann Jane, eldest daughter of Samuel McAuley, of Wrexham, Illawarra, and grand-daughter of Mrs. Kilpatrick, of Sydney.SMH 17 February 1857

DEATH.. MRS. ANNE JANE MAXWELL. With, the passing of the year at life ended in which much suffering had been borne with, fortitude and patience that of Mrs. Maxwell. well-known and revered throughout the Gerringong district. She was an old Iady of 84 years yet until quite recently took active interest in life about, her and during the war was an, ardent worker her endeavours on behalf of the soldiers were an incentive to go and do like wise to many younger peope. Faithfully did, the late Mrs. Maxwell fulfil the duties of wife and mother, outside her home she, was a true friend, a kindly neighbour and one ever ready to do what she could in alileviating sickness and distress.She was virtualy an Australian for though born in Ireland came to this country at the early age of two years, with her parents.

Some 64 years ago she married at Bulli Mr John Maxwell who predeceased her. They had a family of 10 children -6 sons and 4 daughters. The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal (NSW : 1899 - 1947) Wednesday 5 January 1921 p 2

Maxwell Edith Ellen (Smith)

b. 1876 San Francisco d. 5/7/1939 Casino br. Casino General

m. Samuel Maxwell (1872 Gerringong – 23/7/1954 Casino Son of John Maxwell & Ann Jane McCauley *) 1897 Kiama

f. James Sydney Smith m. Mary Ellen Benthan *

Ship: 1879 Blair Athole

  1. (f) Muriel May Maxwell b. 1897 Berry
  2. (f) Myrtle V B Maxwell b. 1898 Kiama (John Thom 1932)
  3. (m) John Norman Maxwell b. 1899 Kiama d. 1961 Casino
  4. (m) Sydney S Maxwell b. 1901 Kiama
  5. (f) Edith I Maxwell b. 1905 Kiama (Herbert Estreich 1933)
  6. (m) William George Maxwell b. 1906 Kiama d. 25/10/1985 Qld
  7. (m) James Maxwell b. 1907 Kiama d. 1907 Kiama
  8. (f) Ann Jane Maxwell (Percival C Carter 1924
  9. (f) Sarah E Maxwell (Cecil H Gilbert 1929)
  10. (f) Ethel G Maxwell b. 1909 Byron Bay
  11. (f) Isabel D Maxwell b. 1911 Lismore (James K Murphy 1933)
  12. (f) Maud Jean Maxwell b. 1914 Lismore ( George W Clement 1939)

Living at Gerringong in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

MRS. EDITH MAXWELL. The death occurred In the Casino Memorial Hospital on Wednesday, 5th July, of Mrs. Edith Ellen Maxwell, aged 62 years. The deceased, who was a native of San Francisco, came to Australia with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Sydney Smith. Her father worked in Sydney and later at Kiama as a Government engineer. The late Mrs. Maxwell was married to Mr. Samuel Maxwell at Kiama 43 years ago. After their marriage they resided on the South Coast for a time, and on coming to the North Coast, lived at Corndale, Cawongla and Byron Bay,, and for the past 14 years have been living a Barling's farm, near Casino; In addition to the widower, two sons and seven daughters survive. They are Messers; John (Casino) and William Maxwell (Chelmsford) and Mesdames W G Clement (Casino), P. C. Carter (Nth. Casino), J. Thom (South, Casino), J. Murphy (Hogarth Range), C.Gilbert (Hogarth Range), H. Estriech (Toowoomba) and Miss Muriel Maxwell (Sydney). Mr. James Smith, of Klama, is a brother; and Mrs. W. Tyrell, of Sydney, a sister. The late Mrs. Jack Sweet, was also a sister. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Saturday 15 July 1939 p 3

Maxwell Elizabeth (Evans)

b c1800 Ardstraw Tyrone d. 10/12/1872 Millbrook Wollongong br. Wollongong Pres. Cem.

m. John Maxwell (abt 1800 Ardstraw Tyrone – 2/2/1883 Millbrook Wollongong Son of Robert Maxwell & Ann Patterson) Ireland

f.Samuel Evans m. Sarah Cunningham

Ship: 3/10/1838 “Parland

  1. (m) John Maxwell b. 1829 Tyrone d. 5/9/1908 Foxground ( Ann Jane McAuley * 1857)
  2. (f) Sarah Maxwell * b. 1831 Tyrone d. 1876 Balgownie ( Cunningham Caldwell 1852)
  3. (m) William James Maxwell b. 1833 Tyrone d. 1915 Murwillumbah ( Mary Ann Graham * 1866)
  4. (f) Ann Maxwell * b. 1837 Tyrone d. 9/9/1875 Foxground ( Andrew Wilson 1865)
  5. (f) Eliza Maxwell b. 1839 Wollongong
  6. (f) Elizabeth Maxwell b. 1841 bp. Presbyterian Wollongong d. 1925 Clunes (James McCann 1865 )
  7. (f) Margaret Jane Maxwell b. 1843 bp. Presbyterian Wollongong (John Clarke 1870)
  8. (m) Samuel Maxwell b. 1845 bp. Presbytrian Wollongong d. 1922 Lismore (Maria Stewart * 1872 , Mary Jane Porter * 1881)

Husband was a freeholder/farmer of `Millbrook' and `Keira Vale', Berkeley. In the 1841 census, he and his family are shown as living at Garden Hill, Wollongong. Around 1856, he purchased 200 acres at Foxground for his son, John. Also assisted other members of his family to settle on the land.

MAXWELL. — On the 10th inst., at her residence, Millbrook, Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Mr John Maxwell, aged 76 years. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 17 December 1872 p 2

On the 5th instant t. by Rev G Charter at the residence of the bride’s father Mr Andrew Wilson , to Miss Maxwell, second daughter of Mr John Maxwell of Mellbrook near Wollongong Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 13 January 1865 p 2

LARKE— MAXWELL. — At the residence of the bride's parents, Wollongong, on-12th instant, by the Rev. R. M'Kinnon, John Clarke, to Margaret Jane Maxwell, youngest daughter of John Maxwell, of Brook Creek Farm. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 15 July 1870 p 2

Maxwell Ella Emmaline (Dunstan)

b. 1879 Windsor d. 11/8/1964 Bondi Junction

m. James Maxwell (1874 Kiama- 1939 Newtown Son of John Maxwell & Ann Jane McAuley * ) 12/5/1900 Foxground

f. John Thomas Dunstan m. Emmaline Eliza * see Buttsworth

  1. (m) Stanley G Maxwell b. 1900 Ballina
  2. (m) James D Maxwell b. 1902 Ballina
  3. (m) Lindsay C Maxwell b. 1904 Ballina
  4. (f) Daphne E Maxwell b. 1905 Ballina
  5. (m) Thomas R Maxwell b. 1905 Ballina
  6. (f) Ella E Maxwell b. 1907 Ballina
  7. (m) Frederick B Maxwell b. 1910 Byron Bay
  8. (f) Mira E Maxwell b. 1912 Byron Bay


The marriage of James Maxwell, of Foxground, son of John Maxwell, Esq., with Miss Ella Emmeline Dustan, daughter of Mrs. H. Buttsworth, Foxground, took place at the residence of the bride's parents on Saturday, May 6th. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. G. H. Muzy. The bride wore a simple dress of white silk, trimmed with lace, the skirt embroidered in true lovers' knots, wreath and customary veil, and carried a shower bouquet. The bridesmaids were Miss Alice Dunstan (sister of the bride), and Misses Myra and Ivy Buttsworth, step-sisters, who wore white muslin trimmed with insertion and lace. Mr. Thomas Maxwell acted as best man. The drawing-room was nicely decorated with flowers and ferns for the occasion. Immediately after the ceremony, Miss Alice Dunstan played the wedding march. Refreshments were served in the dining-room. Only the immediate relatives of the bride and bridgroom were present. The wedding presents were unique and useful. The bride's travelling dress was one of lawn cloth, trimmed with brocaded satin and braid, fawn hat trimmed with velvet and wings. After receiving the congratulations of their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell left by the six p.m. train for Wollongong, on route for their home on the Richmond River. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Tuesday 15 May 1900 Page 2

Maxwell Isabella

b. 1864 Gerringong d. 18/1/1950 br. Gerringong General

f. John Maxwell m. Ann Jane McAuley *

Unmarried aunt and sister

The death occurred at Wollongong on 18th January of Miss Isabella Maxwell at the age of 83 years. She was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Maxwell and for many years lived on the property at Fox-ground now occupied by Mr. A. A. Huhm. The late Miss Maxwell later moved to Victoria Street, Gerringong where she resided for a number of years before she moved to Wollongong where she resided until her death. She possessed a friendly disposition and made a lot of friends in the Gerringong district who will regret her passing. The funeral took place in the Gerringong Cemetery on 20th January when Rev. F. G. Searle, of Wollongong officiated at the grave- side. Kiama Independent (NSW : 1947 - 1954) Wednesday 8 February 1950 p 3

Miss Isabella Maxwell (Foxground), sang ” Dreaming of Home,“ “Milly's faith,” ' Gathering Shells,” and took part in a duet, “Money Matters, in company with Mr. Robson. This lady rendered her songs very pleasingly, and I do not think was before heard to greater advantage. Miss Maxwell's efforts were much appreciated and came in for an encore. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Friday 27 November 1885 p 2

Maxwell Margaret

m. William Maxwell

  1. (f) Mary Maxwell b. 1903 Woonona
  2. (f) Lillian Maxwell b. 1904 Woonona d. 25/7/1980 Belmore (Ernest Shaw 1923)
  3. (f) Margaret Frances Maxwell b. 1906 Woonona d. 4/12/1986 Auburn (Edward J Adams 1932)

Living Austinmer in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Maxwell Margaret (Todd then Patterson)

b. abt 1814 Ardshaw Tyrone Ireland d. 26/3/1892 Millbrook Mt Keira br. Wollongong

m. John Patterson (abt 1806 Strabane Tyrone Ireland- 16/12/1876 Berkeley Son of John Patterson & Martha Kilpatrick ) abt 1836 Ardstraw Tyrone Ireland

m. John Maxwell (abt 1800 Ardstraw Tyrone – 2/2/1883 Millbrook Wollongong Son of Robert Maxwell & Ann Patterson) 1878 Berkeley

f. Robert Todd m. Isabella Love

Ship: 1841 Adam Lodge

  1. (f) Susan Patterson * b. 28/1/1843 Erskine Park d. 10/2/1878 Springhill ( John Craig 1858)
  2. (f) Isabella Love Patterson * b. 18/8/1845 Sophienberg d. 24/8/1933 Wollongong ( Mark Howell 1870)
  3. (m) John Patterson b. 2/7/1848 Macquarie Field d. 26/6/1919 Wollongong (Johanna McCarthy *1877)
  4. (f) Martha J Patterson * b. 20/9/1851 Dapto d. 30/12/1926 Unanderra (John Todd 1884)

MAXWELL. — On Saturday, March 26th 1892, at her residence, 'Millbrook,' Mount Keira, Margaret Maxwell; aged 77 years. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Saturday 23 April 1892 p 10

Maxwell Maria (Stewart aka McCann)

b. 8/5/1849 Wollongong d. 26/2/1879 Surry Hills

m. Samuel Maxwell ( 1845 Wollongong - 20/8/1922 South Lismore Son of John Maxwell & Elizabeth Evans * ) 1872 Sydney

f. Alexander Stewart m. Mary O’Hara * (NB real father was Charles McCann her mother’s first husband

  1. (m) Samuel Maxwell b. 6/8/1873 Millbrook
  2. (f) Elizabeth Maxwell b. 27/10/1873 Millbrook (Thomas H Beardow 1896)
  3. (f) Annie Maria Maxwell b. 2/5/1876 Millbrook d. 25/8/1877 Surry Hills aged 16 months
  4. (m) William E Maxwell b. 1878 Sydney

MAXWELL.— At her residence, Millbrook, on the 27th instant, the wife of Mr. Samuel Maxwell, of a daughter. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 31 October 1873 p 2

MAXWELL. — On the 6th instant, at his parents residence Millbrook, the wife of Mr. Samuel Maxwell, of a son. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 16 August 1872 p 2

MAXWELL. — May 2nd, at her residence, Mill Brook, the wife of Mr; Samuel Maxwell, of a daughter. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 23 May 1876 p 2

MAXWELL. — February 26th, at her residence, 22, Arthur Street Surry Hills, Sydney, Maria, the dearly beloved wife of Samuel Maxwell, , aged 29 years. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 28 February 1879 p 2

Maxwell Mary Ann (Graham)

b. 30/3/1837 Drumkeen Fermanagh Ireland d. 5/7/1880 Foxground br. Gerringong

m. William James Maxwell (abt 1833 Ardstraw Tyrone Ireland -26/9/1915 Murwillumbah Son of John Maxwell & Elizabeth Evans ) 28/11/1866 Wollongong

f. John Graham m. Ann Charlton *

Ship: Queen Bee 1861

  1. (m) Cunningham Evans Maxwell b. 23/9/1865 Foxground d. 30/9/1923 (Mabel E Hancock 1909)
  2. (m) William James Maxwell b. 4/1/1867 Foxground d. 7/5/1893 Alstonville
  3. (f) Annie Matilda Maxwell b. 15/7/1870 Foxground d. 18/5/1948 Sydney (Alfred Edward Ball 1894)
  4. (f) Eliza Jane Maxwell b. 14/2/1872 Kiama d. 1941 (Peter McKenzie 1897 )
  5. (m) Henry Charlton Maxwell b. 21/11/1873 Kiama d. 16/8/1919 (Margaret Clouston Flett 1904 )
  6. (f) Florence Mary Maxwell b. 7 /5/1875 Foxground
  7. (f) Margaret Jemima Maxwell b. 4/6/1877 Foxground d. 4 /4/ 1945 Uralba (James Wilson 1914)
  8. (m) Robert James Maxwell b. 23/8/ 1878 Foxground d. 28/7/ 1947 Bonalbo (Florence Wilson 1914 )
  9. (m) Alexander Maxwell b. 28/6/1880 Foxground d. 6/1/1912 Lismore

MAXWELL — GRAHAM. — By special license, on the 28th instant, by the Rev. W. Chaucer, minister of St John's Church, Wollongong, William James Maxwell, bachelor, of Kiama, son of John Maxwell Esq., of this district, to Mary Ann Graham, spinster, daughter of J.Graham, Esq,of Wollongong Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 30 November 1866 p 2

Maxwell Mary Jane (Porter)

b. 1858 Mt Keira d. 17/2/1934 Lismore

m. Samuel Maxwell (abt 1837-20/8/1922 South Lismore Son of John Maxwell & Elizabeth Evans *) 12/5/1881 Millbrook

f. James Porter m. Mary Wilson *

  1. (m) James J Maxwell b. 1882 Lismore
  2. (f) Mary J Maxwell b. 1883 Lismore(Thomas Crawford 1901)
  3. (f) Sarah A Maxwell b. 1884 Lismore (Alfred M Nixon 1906)
  4. (m) Joseph Allan Maxwell b. 1886 Lismore
  5. (f) Margaret L L Maxwell b. 1888 Lismore
  6. (f) Edith A M Maxwell b. 1890 Lismore (Robert H Smith 1912)
  7. (m) Alfred Ernest W Maxwell b. 1892 Lismore
  8. (m) Henry R Maxwell b. 1894 Lismore
  9. (m) David S Maxwell b. 1896 Lismore
  10. (f) Ethel M Maxwell b. 1899 Ballina (William Northfield 1921)
  11. (f) Bertha A Maxwell b. 1903 Lismore

MAXWELL— PORTER.— May 12th, at the residence of the bride's parents, , by Rev. R. H. Waugh, M. A., Samuel Maxwell, of Sydney, to Mary Jane, only daughter of , Mr. James Porter, of Millbrook, lllawarra. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 17 May 1881 p 2


Mary Jane Maxwell, aged 74 year, died at the residence of her daughter (Mrs. T. Crawford, Maizegrove) late on Saturday afternoon, after a long illness. Mrs. Maxwell was born at Mt. Keira South Coast, and came to the Richmond River with her husband, Mr. Samuel Maxwell, and settled at Pearce's Creek, where they resided for 20 years. Later the family moved to Gundurimba, where they remained for 13 years. Seventeen years ago when Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell retired from the land, they made their home at Elliott Road, South Lismore. Mr. Maxwell died 12 years ago. Mrs. Maxwell during the past 12 months lived with her daughter and son-in-law. Mrs. and Mr. T. Craw- ford. at Maizegrove. She is survived by the following family : Messrs. James Maxwell (Bushby's Flat), Allan Maxwell (Tabulam). Ernest Maxwell (Sydney), Henry Maxwell (South Lismore). David (Dick) Maxwell (Lismore). sons, and Mesdames T. Crawford (Maizegrove) A.. Nixon (Gundurimba). James Nixon (Gundurimba). R. H. Smith (Nimbin), W. Northfield (South Lismore), and N Fowler (Lismore). daughters.

The funeral will move from St Paul's Presbyterian Church. Lismore, this morning following a service com- mencing at 10.45 o'clock. Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954) Monday 19 February 1934 p 4

May Anne

b. abt 1833 Wiltshire

m. Frederick May (abt 1827 Wiltshire -)

Ship: Lloyds 1855

  1. (m) Frederick May b. 1857 Wollongong
  2. (f) Emma May b. 1858 Wollongong
  3. (m) Robert May b. 1860 Wollongong
  4. (m) Henry W May b. 1862 Burwood
  5. (m) James May b. 1864 Concord
  6. (m) Francis May b. 1874 Concord
  7. (f) Eliza May b. 1867 Concord
  8. (m) Frank May b. 1869 Concord
  9. (f) Selena May b. 1871 Concord

May Evelyn Sarah

b. abt 1868 d. 14/8/1953 Hornsby

m. Charles William May (abt 1843-7/1/1913 Campsie Son of Eliza)

f. James m. Phoebe

  1. (f) Ethlyndia Mildred S May b. 1899 Helensburgh

May Jane

d. 10/3/1941 Cremorne cr. Northern Suburbs

m. Jonathon May (abt 1852 Durham England -3/4/1923 Smith St Wollongong Son of Richard May & Susanna)

f. William m. Margaret

  1. (m) Richard Neville May b. 1899 Hamilton d. 3/4/1964 Cremorne

Living Church St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Husband a mining engineer, earliest reference to him seems to 1893 in Newcastle. Seems to be connected to Margaret Edith Simpson *

Mrs. Jane May, widow of the late Jonathan May, formerly of Wollongong, died at Cremorne on Monday last. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 14 March 1941 Page 12

May Jane

m. Thomas May

  1. (f) Margaret May b. 1827 CofE Illawarra Jervis Bay

In 1828 census her daughter was living with William Graham aged 18 months.

May Margaret (Hourigan)

m. William May

  1. (f) Sarah May b. 1858 Wollongong 13421/1858
  2. (f) Margaret May b. 1860 Wollongong 13931/1860 d. 1862 Wollongong
  3. (f) Charlotte Ann May b. 1/7/1862 Wollongong 15100/1862
  4. (f) Catherine May b. 1864 Wollongong 16568/1864
  5. (f) Elizabeth A May b. 1867 Kiama 10550/1867

May Margaret (Hargraves)

m. William May

  1. (f) Gertrude Mary May b. 26/1/1873 Shellharbor d. 1875 Sydney

Husband a shoemaker

May Mary

m. Joseph May

  1. (f) Emily Rose May b. 1875 Wollongong

Mayne Bertha

Living at Shoalhaven St Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll- Governess

Mayne Louisa Emily (Harrigan)

b. 22/3/1860 Fairy Meadow d. 13/1/1889 Petersham 3146/1889

m. Frederick William Mayne 25/9/1884 Wollongong 5412/1884

Cause of Death: Child Birth

f. Edward Harrigan m. Jane Willison Wood *

  1. (f) Irene Alice Mayne b. 1886 (William Henry Whittorn 1907)
  2. (m) Frederick William Mayne b. 1889 d. 24/5/1975 Glen Innes

MAYNE. — On the 13th instant, at Petersham, Louisa Emily Mayne, daughter of Edward Harrigan, Fairy Meadow; aged 28 years. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Thursday 24 January 1889 p 2

Mayne Rubina /Rubena /Robina/ Ruby (Green)

b. abt 1860 d. 30/10/1941 Chullora br. Rookwood

m. William Samuel Mayne (-1894 Hurstville ? ) 1880 Forbes

f. John Green m. Mary

Occupation: Nurse

  1. (m) Robert Oswald Mayne b. 1882 Sydney d. 1939 Burwood
  2. (f) Clarice Lillian Mayne b. 1884 Leichhardt d. 1965 Burwood (Edward Feeney 1907)
  3. (m) William R Mayne b. 1886 Sydney
  4. (m) Samuel John Mayne b. 1893 Wollongong d. 1952 Chatswood

Ruby Mayne, charged with obtaining money by false pretences, was acquitted. Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931) Friday 30 March 1894 p 7

Ruby Mayne stated that she was known professionally as “Nurse Green. The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Friday 8 April 1921 p 5

MAYNE -October 30, 1941 at her residence 27 Roberts Road Chullora. Rubena (Nurse) Mayne, late of Epping, dearly beloved mother of Robert (deceased), Clarice, William and Samuel, aged 81 years. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 31 October 1941

Maynes Agnes Jane (Campbell)

b. 10/3/1870 Gerringong d. 15/12/1945 Clunes

m. John Thomas Maynes (4/11/1870 Gerringong- 30/9/1935 William Maynes & Margaret Moffitt *) 23/7/1890 Gerringong

f. Alexander Campbell m. Margaret Sharpe *

  1. (f) Margaret Evelyn Maynes b. 1890 Nowra d. 1973 Lismore
  2. (m) Alexander G Maynes b. 1895 Berry
  3. (f) Florence J Maynes b. 1892 Nowra
  4. (m) Lindsay Victor William Maynes b. 1897 Berry d. 1973 Wollongong
  5. (m) Henry Nelson Maynes b. 1899 Berry d. 1986
  6. (f) Alice D Maynes b. 1902 Berry
  7. (f) Ida V Maynes b. 1903 Berry
  8. (f) Cissie I Maynes b. 1904 Berry (Cecil V McKinnon 1927)
  9. (m) Jack W Maynes b. 1910 Berry
  10. (m) George Aubrey Campbell Maynes d. 1981


There was a large attendance at the funeral at Clunes yesterday afternoon of Mrs. Agnes Jane Maynes, relict of the late John Thomas Maynes, an old and well known resident of Clunes, who died at her home on Sunday. Rev. Albert Frede, of Clunes, conducted a service in the Clunes Methodist Church. The Church was packed during the service, …

She was buried in the Clunes cemetery beside the remains of her husband, who died in 1935. The pall-bearers were Gordon, Lindsay, Henry and George Maynes (sons), C. G. McKinnon (son-in-law) and R. G. Vallance. The wreaths were carried by Ken and Barrie McKinnon (grandsons), Neville and Colin Vallance, R. E. Walker, R. Morrow, C. Armstrong, and Jack Gibson.

Maynes Elizabeth (Bailey)

b. 1856 Gerringong d. 21/10/1921 Gerringong br. Gerringong

m. William Maynes (abt 1839 Fermanagh Ireland -17/7/1911 Toolijooa Son of John Mayne & Jane Moffitt) 4/12/1882 Kiama

f. William Bailey m. Susan Lee *

  1. (m) William Stanley Maynes b. 19/12/1883 Gerringong d. 29/3/1885 Gerringong
  2. (f) Wilhemina Maynes b. 18/3/1885 Gerringong
  3. (f) Susan A Maynes b. 14/12/1887 Gerringong
  4. (f) Elsie Ruby Maynes b. 14/10/1889 Gerringong

Living at Toolijoola in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a farmer.

MAYNES.—At his parents residence, Gerringong, William Stanley, dearly beloved son of William and Elizabeth Maynes, aged 1 year and 3 months. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Friday 24 April 1885 p 2

Maynes/Mayne Margaret (Moffitt/Moffith)

b. 1842 Tyrone Ireland d. 26/8/1881 Gerringong br. Gerringong General

m. William Maynes (abt 1839 Fermanagh Ireland -17/7/1911 Toolijooa Son of John Mayne & Jane Moffitt) 21/1/1870 Gerringong

f. John Moffith m. Margaret

Cause of Death: Consumption

Ship: 1868

  1. (m) John Thomas Maynes b. 4/11/1870 Gerringong d. 30/9/1935 (Agnes Jane Campbell * 1890)
  2. (f) Mary Jane Maynes * b. 24/7/1872 Gerringong d. 15/4/1904 Richmond River ( George J Elliott 1903)
  3. (m) Samuel William Maynes b. 19/9/1875 Gerringong d. 11/5/1879 Gerringong aged 3
  4. (m) James Henry Maynes b. 7/9/1877 Gerringong d. 25/1/1922 Sydney (Lillian M Stainer 1909)
  5. (f) Margaret Jane Maynes * b. 1880 Gerringong d. 15/4/1931 Unanderra

Husband a Dairy farmer

At Mr. T. Nelson's, Gerringong, on the 21st instant, by the Rev. W. Hill, Mr. WILLIAM MAYNE, of Broughton Vale, formerly of County Fermanagh, Ireland, to Miss MARGARET MOFFITT, of Gerringong, a native of CountyTyrone, Ireland. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 27 January 1870 p 2

Her older sister Jane Moffitt * emigrated from Ireland to care for her sister’s children which she did until her death.

Her father was also living at Gerringong at the time of her death.

Maynes Margaret Jane

b. 1880 Gerringong d. 15/4/1931 Unanderra br. Gerringong

f. William Maynes m. Margaret Moffitt *

Living at Gerringong in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties


The death occurred on Wednesday last of Miss Margaret Maynes, daughter of the late William and Margaret Maynes, a well known Gerringong family. For some ten years she has lived; at Unanderra, a member of her brother's (Harry's) home, and with his widow. and family, since his demise in 1922. Mr. John T. Maynes, of Clunes (Richmond River) is a brother.

The late Miss Maynes was of exemplary Christian character, sincerely sympathetic, an earnest Church worker, and diligent in Red Cross activities during the war. Indeed, it might be said, all time womanly qualities were hers, for in sickness and trouble she was understanding, kindly and helpfull.

A loved member of the household in which she had made her home so long, appreciating the affectionate nursing and care that had surrounded her in some five years of failing health, from Mrs. H. Maynes and her daughter Clarice and nephews Lindsay, Jack, Ross and Colin, at their home, Berkeley, Unanderra. To their household her death came as a great shock, for' a collapse occurred in the doctor's surgery during a treatment for the trouble from which she suffered, and she died shortly after she was taken home.

The casket was taken by motor hearse to her native place, the interment taking place in the family enclosure of the Gerringong cemetery, the service being conducted by the Rev,. L. H. Rolph, Methodist Minister for Port Kembla. There was a large representative district gathering to pay the last tribute of .respect, and many beautiful floral tributes were expressions of affection and sympathy. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 24 April 1931 Page 6

Mayo Eliza (Organ)

b. 15/5/1837 Dursley Gloustershire d. 26/1/1914 Moruya

m. Alfred Mayo ( 7/11/1835 Sydney – 22/5/1907 Sydney Son of Alfred Mayo & Elizabeth G Whyllie) 7/9/1857 Wollongong 2841/1857

f. William Organ m. Eliza Best *

  1. (m) Alfred Mayo b. 29/6/1858 Wollongong
  2. (m) William H Mayo b. 8/7/1860 Wollongong
  3. (m) Arthur Edward Mayo b. 1862 Wollongong
  4. (f) Emily Isobel Mayo b. 1864 Ulladulla
  5. (m) Albert Thomas Mayo b. 1869 Kiama
  6. (m) Frederick George Mayo b. 1871 Ulladulla
  7. (m) Sydney Druitt Mayo b. 1875 Ulladulla
  8. (f) Lillie Maud Mayo b. 9/4/1879 Wollongong

At her Residence Crown-street, Wollongong, on the 8th instant, Mrs. Alfred Mayo, of a son. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 10 July 1860 p 2

Mayo Jessie (? then Farquharson )

b. abt 1860 d. 12/8/1951 Castlecrag br Wollongong General

m. John Farquharson (abt 1861 Perthshire Scotland -22/5/1907 Royal North Shore Son of John Farquharson & Mary)

m. John Australia Mayo (abt 1858 Raymond Terrace - 29/3/1926 Wollongong Son of Richard H Mayo & Margaret) 15/2/1911 Sydney

  1. (f) Mary Lawson Farquharson * b. 1884 Woonona 22958/1884 d. 29/1/1975 Kogarah ( Charles S Green 1902)
  2. (m) John Farquharson b. 1884 Woonona 22959/1884 d. 1966 Sydney
  3. (m) Robert Lauder Farquharson b. 1886 Wollongong 24254/1886 d. 15/7/1959 Newtown
  4. (m) David Alexander Farquharson b. 1888 Wollongong 25684/1888 d. 1959 Rockdale  
  5. (m) Rowland Mailer Farquharson b. 1894 Wollongong 37727/1894 d. 8/3/1993 St Ives

Living Smith St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Jessie Mayo of Smith Street Wollongong was appointed as one of the first female JPs in NSW in 1921

John Australia Mayo; auctioneer, of Wollongong, died on March 29, aged 68, and his estate .has now, for probate purposes, been sworn at. £32,566. Subject to bequests, of £200 each to his nieces, Margaret Heaslip and Eileen Green, Mr. Mayo left the estate for the benefit of his widow. The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Tuesday 27 April 1926 p 14

MAYO—FARQUHARSON.—February 15, 1911 at St. Stephen's Church, Phillip-street, Sydney, by the Rev. D. McKay Barnet, B.A., John A. Mayo to Jessie Farquharson.  The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 11 March 1911

MRS. J. MAYO Mrs. Jessie Mayo, a very old resident of Wollongong district died at a private hospital at Castlecrag, North Sydney, on Sunday. She was the widow of Mr. J. A. Mayo, one of the best known estate agents in the districts in his day. She was 91. Illawarra Daily Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1950 - 1954)Tuesday 14 August 1951 - Page 4

Jessie Mayo, widow, of Wollongong, who died last August at the age of 91, left £50,071 to her family. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 15 February 1952

Mays Ada Caroline (Weekes then Darlington)

b. abt 1876 d. 24/7/1954 Burwood br. Kurri Kurri

m. Thomas R Darlington (- 27/12/1911 Whim Creek WA) 1900 Parramatta

m. Robert Mays (1856 East Muir Scotland, -28/8/1926 Kurri Kurri Son of Robert Mays & Sophia) 1912 St Leonards

f. John Weekes m.

  1. (m) Reginald Lea Francis Darlington 1900 Granville d. 1969 Newtown
  2. (f) Dorothy Mary Mays b. 1902 Helensburgh d. 1963 Newcastle (William H Rutledge 1932)
  3. (f) Gracie S Mays b. 1904 Helensburgh (W Fowler)
  4. (f) Maud Caroline Mays b. 1905 West Maitland d. 1936 Wallsend (Frederick Power 1922, James G Freckelton 1930)
  5. (m) Henry A Mays b. 1906 Kurri Kurri
  6. (m) Gordon Sidney Mays b. 1908 Kurri Kurri d. 19/7/1975
  7. (m) Robert D Mays b. 1911 Kurri Kurri
  8. (m) John M Mays b. 1914 Kurri Kurri
  9. (m) William Mays
  10. (m) Douglas Mays

Living Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties Husband a miner

Mrs. Ada Caroline Mays, a widow, of Pembroke-street, Stockton,.. Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) Wednesday 20 February 1935 Page 4

MAYS (Ada Caroline), 24th July. 1954.-At a private hospital, formerly of Stockton, widow of Robert Mays, loving mother of Reginald, Dorothy (Mrs. H. Rutledge. of Wentworthville), Grace (Mrs. W. Fowler, of Canterbury, Melbourne), Harry, Gordon. Robert, John, Bill and Doug, and of Maud (Mrs. Freckleton, deceased), aged 78 years.In God's care. Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) Monday 26 July 1954 Page 2

McAlpin Bridget (Hawler/Haws)

m. Andrew McAlpin 14/11/1854 Wollongong

Both resident of Dapto

  1. (m) David McAlpine b. 12/9/1855 Dapto
  2. (f) Mary McAlpine b. 12/9/1855 Dapto

Macalpine/McAlpine Rachel

b. abt 1852 Glasgow Scotland d. 23/3/1929 Woollahra br. Waverley

f. George Watson Macalpine m. Charlotte M Watson

Living at Corrimal St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll- School teacher

Miss Rachel McAlpine, mistress, Girls' Department, Pub School, Stockton; Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) Saturday 19 March 1892 p 5

Miss Rachel Macalpine, Mistress, Girls' Department, public School, Kegworth, being retired from the Public Service, in terms of section 67 of the “Public Service Act, 1902.” Last dav of service, 11th April, 1918.

Rachel Macalpine, of Singleton. New South Wales, spinster, registered proprietor. Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954) Sunday 19 October 1919 Page 8 (owned land in Perth WA)

McAlister/Macalister/McAlister Jemima Alexander (Kennedy)

b. abt 1873 Sydney d. 12/5/1951 Burwood br. Rookwood

m. Joseph McAlister (1861 West Derby Lancashire-1945 Burwood Son of Charles McAlister & ) 1892 Wollongong

f. James Kennedy m. Sarah Anne

  1. (f) Jane E Macalister b. 1893 Woonona
  2. (f) Lillian Ellen Macalister b. 13/3/1894 Woonona d. 3/5/1973 (Cornford)
  3. (f) Mary E M Macalister b. 1896 Woonona
  4. (m) Charles Frederick Macalister b. 1898 Woonona d. 1955 Burwood
  5. (m) Albert Joseph Macalister b. 1898 Woonona d. 1945 Newcastle
  6. (m) David H Macalister b. 1899 Woonona
  7. (f) Annie E Macalister b. 1902 Woonona
  8. (m) Leslie J Macalister b. 1904 Lambton
  9. (f) Constance Emilie Macalister b. 1906 Lambton
  10. (m) William A Macalister b. 1909 Adamstown
  11. (f) Evelyn D Macalister b. 1912 Adamstown

Living Corrimal in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties.

McALISTER (Mima).-Died suddenly at Burwood (Sydney) May 12th relict of late Joseph McAllster, and beloved mother of Dave (Hamilton South) and Les. (Merewether West). Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) Saturday 19 May 1951 Page 2

McAlister Mary Ann Seporah (Gallagher)

b. 6/11/1861 Mount Keira d. 1889 Wollongong

m. Joseph McAlister(1861 West Derby Lancashire-1945 Burwood Son of Charles McAlister & ) 1888 Wollongong

f. James Gallagher m. Catherine Cleary *

PROBATE JURISDICTION.— In the Estate of MARY SEPORAH McALISTER late of Keiraville near Wollongong in the State of New South Wales feme covert deceased intestate. APPLICATION will he made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Administration of the Estate of the abovenamed deceased may be granted to JOSEPH McALlSTER of Corrimal Miner the husband …. The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930) Saturday 8 August 1903 Page 4

McAllister Margaret (Drummond)

b. abt 1862 d. 1943 Katoomba

m. George Barr McAllister (-1914 Wollongong Son of Alexander McAllister & Janet) 1887 Sydney

Ship: abt 1887

Living Corrimal in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a master baker.

Late Mrs McAllister

With the sudden death on Sunday of that grand old lady — Mrs Margaret McAllister, Corrimal in particular and the district generally, has lost one of its most likeable citizens, and one whose work for the people of the town and district in which she had lived for so long, was as unostentatious as; it was helpful and comforting.

The late Mrs. McAllister was 81 years of age. She was a native of Scotland and came to Australia 55 years ago, being married to the late Mr. George Barr Mc Allister on her arrival.

They first settled at Mt. Kembla, where he was employed at the colliery. A few years later, they moved to Corrimal, where Mr McAllister started the bakery busiiness, which was to become so well-known in this district. After his death in 1914, Mrs. McAllister continued the business until about three years ago, when she sold out and came to reside at Wollongong. .

She was a wonderful neighbour and friend and her good deeds Were done quietly and without any thought of reward. . South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 2 April 1943 Page 5

McAnaney Roseanna

Living Terralong St Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. With Henry a factory manager

McAndrew Ada Kezia Jane (Veness)

b. Tamworth d. 3/10/1926 Wollongong

m. James Alexander McAndrew (- after 1940 ) 1884 Tamworth

f. Charles H Veness m. Louisa M

  1. (m) Percy J McAndrew b. 1885 Tamworth
  2. (m) Lawson D McAndrew b. 1887 Lismore
  3. (m) Bertie D McAndrew b. 1890 Lismore
  4. (m) Clarence N McAndrew b. 1892 Ryde
  5. (f) Ada T M McAndrew b. 1899 Wollongong
  6. (m) Keith R V McANdrew b. 1905 Wollongong d. 1940

Living Campbell St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a police constable.

Death of Mrs. J. McAndrew.

On Sunday last mother earth folded to her bosom one of God's good women, when the remains of Mrs. J. McAndrew, of Smith Street, Wollongong, were laid to rest in the Wollongong C. of E. Cemetery. She was a woman of most sympathetic nature, charitable in judgment, and a keen worker for her Church and public movement. During the war period she was an earnest worker for all patriotic movement and in her the Boy Scouts had a warm friend.The late Mrs. McAndrew was a native of Tamworth, where she was born 61 years ago. Her father was Mr. C. H. Veness, a well known resident of that town. She had been resident in Wollongong for 30 years, and a wide circle of friends held her in tlie highest esteem. She is survived by three brothers and sisters, viz., Mr. A. Veness, Town Cleric, Glen-lnnes; Mr. Veness, Town Clerk, Bathurst; Mr. Veness, proprietor of the Bingera 'Telegraph, Mrs. Cole, of Granville, and the Misses Veness, of Gosford. In addition to her husband (Mr. J. McAndrew) she leaves a family of Percy McAndrew, Sydney, Mr. Bert McAndrew, Culcairn, Messrs. Keith and Lawson McAndrew, Canberra, and Mrs. Nott, of Griffith Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 8 October 1926 p 7

McAndrew Deborah Mary Ann (Coleman)

b. d. 15/4/1925 Woollahra br Wollongong General

m. George McKay McAndrew (abt 1852- 17/8/1911 Wollongong ) 1881

f. Charles Coleman m. Mary A

  1. (f) Rachel Mara Hyam Coleman * b. 1873 Shoalhaven d. 1942 Kiama (Jonas Price 1934) adopted to sister
  2. (f) Florence McAndrew b. abt 1879 d. 1927 Sydney
  3. (m) Alexander McAndrew b. 1882 Kiama d. 1940 Wollongong
  4. (m) Charles Chapman McAndrew b. 29/11/1884 Kiama
  5. (m) John Thomas McAndrew b. 1886 Kiama d. 1955 Wollongong ( Hilda E Johanson 1913)
  6. (f) Pricilla McAndrew b. 1888 Kiama
  7. (m) Herbert L McAndrew b. 1890 Kiama
  8. (m) Leslie C McAndrew b. 1892 Kiama
  9. (f) Nina M McAndrew b. 1894 Kiama (Fred Coombs 1914)
  10. (f) Deborah McAndrew b. 1897 Kiama

Living Shoalhaven St Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a coach builder.

Living at Charlotte St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a carpenter

McANDREW.—Died, by accident, on Tuesday, November 29th ultimo, Charles Chapman, second son of George and Deborah McAndrews. Aged 8 years and 11 months. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Tuesday 6 December 1892 p 2

On Tuesday Mr. and Mrs J. McAndrew, Keira Street, had the sad misfortune to lose an infant son. Just the week previous Mr. McAndrew's mother died in Sydney. The remains were brought to Wollongong for Interment beside her husband. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 24 April 1925 p 9

McAndrew/ McAndrews Elizabeth (Mackenzie)

m. James McAndrews 1852 Presbyterian Wollongong V18524497 74B

  1. (f) Elizabeth McAndrew b. 1853
  2. (f) Janet McAndrew b. 1852
  3. (f) Susan McAndrew b. 1855
  4. (m) James A McAndrew b. 1859 Shoalhaven
  5. (m) William McAndrew b. 1860 Shoalhaven

McAndrew Fanny (Brain)

b. 1858 Kiama d. 1898 Berry

m. John Henry McAndrew 8/8/1878 Kangaroo Valley

f. William Brain m. Sarah Foster *

  1. (m) John W W McAndrew b. 1879 Shoalhaven
  2. (m) Arthur T F McAndrew b. 1881 Berrima
  3. (f) Fanny S F McAndrew b. 1883 Berrima
  4. (m) John W McAndrew b. 1885 Berrima
  5. (f) Maria M McAndrew b. 1887 Berrima
  6. (f) Rowena M McAndrew b. 1889 Berrima
  7. (m) Samuel G McAndrew b. 1891 Berrima
  8. (f) Jesse A G McAndrew b. 1896 Berry
  9. (f) Myrtle B I McAndrew b. 1898 Berry

MCANDREW-BRAIN.-August 8, at the residence of the bride's parents, Kangaroo River Valley, by the Rev. John Elkin, Church of England clergyman, John Henry McAndrew, of Sydney, to Fanny Brain, second eldest daughter of William Brain, Esq., Kangaroo Valley Australian Town and Country Journal (NSW : 1870 - 1907) Saturday 17 August 1878

McAndrew Hannah (Totten)

b. 10/8/1844 Armagh Ireland d. 22/5/1929 Lismore

m. George McAndrew (4 /3/1837 Montrose Angus Scotland - 13 /8/1921 Lismore Son of Alexander McAndrew & Jane Gilcomston * ) 5/9/1861 Kiama

  1. (m) James McAndrew b. 15/9/1866 Kiama d. 31/1/1934 Caboolture Qld (Isabella Snowdon 1887)
  2. (f) Jane Elizabeth McAndrew b. 6/9/1868 Nowra d. 30/7/1950 Lismore (George Vagne 1890)
  3. (f) Annie Isabella McAndrew b. 25/10/1870 Nowra d. 15/2/1962 Brisbane Qld ( George E Smith 1895)
  4. (m) George Alexander McAndrew b. 1/9/1872 Nowra d. 10/8/1962 Lismore (Ann Maria Crawford 1898)
  5. (f) Esther Hannah McAndrew b. 5/3/1874 Nowra
  6. (f) Jessie Eleanor McAndrew b. 4/3/1875 Nowra d. 1971 Byron Bay (Joseph Hawkins 1900)
  7. (f) Letita Ann mCaNdrew b. 17/8/1876 Nowra (Robert A Curtis 1900)
  8. (f) Matilda Ethel McAndrew b. 16/8/1880 Nowra (Frederick Hawkins 1902)


Mrs. Hannah McAndrew died at her residence Esmond-street, Lismore, on May 22, aged 84 years. Born in County Armagh, Ireland, on August 10, 1845, she came to Australia when about 10 years of age and resided in Sydney and South Coast until her marriage to the late George McAndrew, and then lived in the Berry district until about 30 years ago, when she came to the Richmond River with her husband, where she resided until the time of her death. She was buried beside her late husband who predeceased her eight years ago.

The late Mrs. McAndrew leaves a family of two sons and six daughters to mourn their loss. Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954) Wednesday 12 June 1929 p 10

McAndrew Henrietta ( Hazelton)

b. 1875 Albion Park d. 21/1/1949 Kingsford

m. George McAndrew (-before 1949) 1899 Kiama

f. Charles Hazelton m. Margaret Jordan *

  1. (m) Charles W McAndrew b. 1899 Albion Park
  2. (f) Mary Margaret McAndrew b. 1904 Albion Park (Newlyn)

Living Shellharbour in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a labourer.

McANDREW Henrietta-January 21 1949 at her daughter’s residence 401 Anzac Parade Kingsford and late of Shell Harbour widow of the late George McAndrew loving mother of Mary (Mrs Newlyn) Charles and mother In law of Walter Newlyn and daughter of the late Mr and Mrs C Hazelton Shell Harbour aged 73 years At rest The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 22 January 1949 p 38

McAndrew Jane (Gilcomston)

b. abt 1800 d. 2/11/1870 Kiama br. Kiama General

m. Alexander McAndrew (7/5/1800 Montrose Angus Scotland– 1/5/1876 Kiama Son of John McAndrew & Elizabeth McGregor) 4/8/1820 Greenock East Parish Renfrew Scotland

  1. (m) John McAndrew b. 10/8/ 1821 Montrose Angus Scotland
  2. (m) Alexander McAndrew b. 14/2/ 1823 Montrose Angus Scotland d. 2/3/1896 Kiama (Jessie Cooper * 1849)
  3. (m) James McAndrew b. 11/12/ 1824 Montrose Angus Scotland d. 25/7/ 1895 Goulburn (Helen McLaren 1851)
  4. (m) William McAndrew b. 20/5/ 1834 Montrose Angus Scotland d. 13/7 1903 Goulburn (Ann Bird 1862 )
  5. (m) George McAndrew b. 4 /3/1837 Montrose Angus Scotland d. 13 /8/1921 Lismore (Hannah Totten * 1861)
  6. (m) George A McAndrew b. 19/2/ 1838 Montrose Angus Scotland d. before 1928
  7. (m) Joseph McAndrew b. 1/4/ 1839 Montrose Angus Scotland d. 17/7/ 1914 North Arm (Sarah Stephenson * 1873)
  8. (m) Archibald McAndrew b. 14/6/1841 Montrose Angus Scotland d. 23/4/1896 Goulburn (Sarah Jane Little 1873)

McAndrew Jessie (Cooper)

b. 1823 Larens Scotland d. 10/9/19/10/1903 Shellharbour br. North Kiama

m. Alexander McAndrew (14/2/1823 Montrose Angus Scotland – 2/3/1896 Kiama Son of Alexander McAndrew & Jane Gilcomston *) 1849

f. William Cooper m. Jane

  1. Ellen McAndrew * b. 1863 Kiama d. 1889 Kiama (Walter Siely 1883)

OBITUARY. We regret to announce the death of a very old and highly respected resident of Kiama district, in the person of Mrs. McAndrews, widow of the late Mr. Alex. McAndrews, which sad event took place very suddenly at the Kiama Cottage Hospital during the forenoon of Friday last, from heart failure. The deceased, who was some 80 odd years of age, had the misfortune some three or four weeks ago to slip on the steps leading to her late residence in Collins Street, thereby breaking one of her legs, which necessitated her removal to the Hospital, where she expired as stated. Mrs. McAndrews seemed fairly well during the early part of the morning, and partook of a hearty breakfast, and her so sudden demise was totally unexpected. The remains were interred in the Presbyterian portion of the North Kiama cemetery on Saturday,… The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Friday 16 October 1903 p 2

McAndrew Mary (Faulks)

b.1869 Jamberoo d. 4/1/1949 Upper Kanagroo Valley br. Robertson

m. Thomas McAndrew (1863 Penrith- 23/6/1945 Upper Kangaroo Valley Son of Samuel McAndrew & Maria) 1888 Kiama

f. Jospeh Faulks m. Bridget King *

  1. (f) Margaret Mary McAndrew b. 1892 Berrima d. 1970 Moss Vale
  2. (f) Ethel Jane McAndrew b. 1897 Berry
  3. (m) Thomas Morris McAndrew b. 1900 Berry d. 1942 Drummoyne
  4. (m) Harold John McAndrew b. 1904 Berry

McANDREW Mary.—January 4, 1949, at her residence Upper Kangaroo River widow of the late Thomas McAndrew and dearly loved mother of Joseph,. Margaret, Jane (dec ), Thomas (dec ) and John aged 80 years. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 5 January 1949 p 22

The families property was considered very isolated.

McAndrew Sarah (Stevenson)

b. 1853 Cumnock Ayrshire Scotland d. 10/6/1915 North Arm

m. Joseph McAndrew (1/4/ 1839 Montrose Angus Scotland - 17/7/ 1914 North Arm Son of Alexander McAndrew & Jane Gilcomston *) 5/8/1873 Fox Ground

f. James Stephenson m. Margaret

Ship: Glen Isla 1857

  1. (f) Sarah McAndrew b. 1874 Kiama (William Thomas Pickard 1893)
  2. (m) Joseph McAndrew b. 1876 Kiama (Rose Gilsenan 1908 )
  3. (m) James Hugh McAndrew b. 1878 Kiama d. 5/9/ 1944
  4. (f) Margaret Ellen McAndrew b. 1880 Shoalhaven (Robert Thomas Butler 1906 )
  5. (m) William E McAndrew b. 1882 Berrima d. 1915. (Catherine Oliver O'Reilly 1914 )
  6. (f) Edith McAndrew b. 12/11/1883 Berrima (Ted Lynch)
  7. (f) Jane McAndrew b. 12/11/ 1883 Berrima (Andrew Pry 1916
  8. (m) Alexander McAndrew b. 1885 Berrima (Mona McLean 1918 ))1817
  9. (m) Charles Herbert McAndrew b. 1889 Berrima (Kathleen Hines )
  10. (f) Ethel McAndrew b. 1891 Eden (Duncan Richmond McKinnon )
  11. (f) Letitia Janet McAndrew b. 1893 Bega (William G Croft , William Pry )
  12. (m) John McAndrew b. 1896 Bega d. 1896 Bega
  13. (f) Elizabeth M McAndrew b. 1897 Bega d. 1897 Bega

McAndrews Rosanna (Armstrong)

m. Michael McAndrews

  1. (f) Jane Anne McAndrews b. 24/6/1854 Kiama reg Kiama RC

MacAnalty Margaret


  1. (f) Sarah Macanalty b. 1860 Wollongong 14015/1860

MacAnene/ McAnaney/ McIniney/ McInnery Catherine (Mortmer/Mortimer)

b. abt 1833 Queens Ireland d. 6/7/1902 Kiama br. North Kiama

m. Henry MacAnene (- 1907 Kiama Son of Thomas McAnene & Mary)

f. Nicholas Mortimer m. Mary

  1. (m) Thomas McAnane b. 1862 Braidwood
  2. (f) Ann McAnene b. 1863 Braidwood (James H Sinclair 1890)
  3. (f) Helen Lillian McAnene
  4. (f) Mary Teresa M McAneney b. 4/7/1870 Kiama 11320/1870 d. 25/8/1924 Wentworth Falls
  5. (f) Henrietta Morton MacAnene b. 13/8/1873 Kiama 12377/1873 d. 22/9/1954 Armidale
  6. (f) Rose Morton MacAnene b. 1878 Kiama 14872/1878 d. 31/10/1952 Wentworth Falls
  7. (f) Kathleen Morton MacAnene d. 3/7/1944 Wentworth Fields

Husband a labourer

Mrs. HENRY McANENE, a respected resident of many years standing in the district passed peacefully away at her residence, Terralong street, on Sunday morning at 7 o'clock, after being confined to her bed for several weeks. For some months past she has been visibly failing; and experienced periods of suffering through a complaint of the heart, which the devoted nursing of her daughter and the attention of her medical adviser (Dr. Terrey) did much to alleviaite.

Mrs. McAnene who had reached within a year the allotted span, was of a kind and benevolent disposition, ever ready with her sympathy and practical aid when cases of necessity presented themselves She was born in 1833 in Queens County, Ireland, and came to the colony in her youth and leaves beside her husband a family of six daughters, three of whom fill responsible positions as hospital nurses to mourn her loss. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon, the Rev. Father Sheridan conducting the ceremony at the grave in North Kiama cemetery. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Tuesday 8 July 1902 p 2

McAra Mary Jane (Hetherington)

b. 1840 CofE Dapto; Wollongong d. 30/6/1894 Petersham

m. Neil McAra (abt 1835 Scotland - 1871 Kiama ) 14/4/1858 Wollongong

f. John Hetherington m. Jane Gray see Crozier

  1. (m) Andrew McAra b. 1859 Wollongong 14207/1859 d. 1882 Berrima
  2. (f) Matilda J McAra b. 1860 Wollongong 13992/1860 d. 1862 Wollongong
  3. (m) John William McAra b: 12/12/1862 Wollongong 14919/1863 d. 1936 Marrickville
  4. (f) Matilda J McAra b. 1866 Sydney d. 1867 Balmain
  5. (f) Isabella McAra b. 1868 Balmain d. 1868 Balmain

MARRIAGES. On Wednesday, 14th April, by special license, at the Commercial Hotel, Wollongong, by the Rev. Mr. Hutchinson, Niel McAra, second son of the late Dr. McAra, Perth, Scotland, to Mary Jane only daughter of the late John Hetherington, of Wollongong. The Sydney Morning Herald 22 April 1858

On Friday, the 12th instant, at her residence Market-square, Mrs. Niel M'Ara of a son Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 16 December 1862 p 2

McARA.— June 30, at her residence, Ediclar, 85 Station-street, Petersham, Mary Jane McAra, relict of the late Neil McAra, formerly of Balmain, aged 53 years. The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930) Monday 2 July 1894 p 1

Neil McAra held the license for the Brighton Hotel on Wollongong Harbour in 1859. He died at his mother-in-laws residence at Kiama , he was an incurable invalid suffering from heart disease.

McArthur/Macarthur Alice (Leeming)

b. 1838 Leeds Yorkshire d. 19/11/1910 Homebush br. Nowra

m. John McArthur (1828 Paisley Renfrewshire Scotland- 29/5/1904 Nowra ) 6/10/1856 Wollongong

f. Richard Leeming m. Margaret

Ship: Margaret 1841

  1. (m) John McArthur b. 25/10/1858 Shoalhaven d. 25/4/1860 Kiama aged 18 months
  2. (m) James McArthur b. 16/12/1860 Shoalhaven (Elizabeth Wheatley 1884)
  3. (f) Margaret Macarthur b. 13/2/1866 Shoalhaven (Benjamin R Gelling 1889)
  4. (f) Alice McArthur b. 1868 Shoalhaven
  5. (m) Henry Lindsay McArthur b. 1871 Shoalhaven
  6. (m) William Richard McArthur b. 26/7/1876 Terrara Shoalhaven d. 10/4/1880 aged 3 years & 9 months kicked by a horse
  7. (m) John Adam McArthur b. 13/4/ 1879 Greenhills Shoalhaven

By special license, by the Rev. William Schofield, at the Wesleyan Chapel, Bourke-street, on the 6th instant, Mr. John McArthur, of Shoalhaven, to Alice, third daughter of the late Richard Leeming, Esq., of Sydney Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Monday 13 October 1856 p 3

M'ARTHUR —At Kiama, on Wednesday, the 25th April, John, only son of Mr. John M'Arthur, Shoalhaven, aged 18 months.  Empire (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1875) Saturday 28 April 1860

On the 13th February, at her residence, Greenhills Cottage, Shoalhaven, Mrs. John McArthur, of a daughter The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 15 February 1866 p 2

On the 26th instant, at her residence, Terrara, Mrs. John McARTHUR of a son. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Friday 28 July 1876 p 2


Great regret was expressed at the demise of another of Shoalhaven's old, and respected residents in the person of Mrs Alice McArthur, relict of the late Mr. John Mc Arthur, which sad event occurred on Saturday last at the residence of her son in-law, Mr. Gelling at Homebush, had been on a visit to Sydney. She there had a paralytic seisure, and was for some time prior to her death deprived of the power of speech.

She was born at Leeds, Yorkshire in the year 1838. The remains of deceased were brought to Nowra on Monday by rail, and was interred in the Presbyterian burial ground' Nowra cemetery on Tuesday. The Nowra Leader (NSW : 1909 - 1939) Friday 25 November 1910 p 1

McArthur Ellen (Moore)

b. 8/1/1859 Dapto d. 24/12/1882 Wollongong

m. Duncan McArthur (abt 1854 NSW-) 1881 Albion Park RC 4517/1881

f. James Moore m. Mary O’Dea *

  1. James A McArthur b. 4/12/1882 Albion Park 19685/1882

RC records has McCarthy

McAuley see McCauley

McAuley Catherine see McGoldrick

McAuley Charlotte (Robinson )

d. 1922 Newtown

m. Robert McAuley (abt 1840 Amy Vale Monahan Ireland- 1910 Sydney Son of Christopher McAuley & Elizabeth Thexter) 17/6/1862 Sydney

f. James Robinson m. Mary

  1. (m) Thomas McAuley b. 1864 Sydney 1988/1864
  2. (m) Robert McAuley b. 1866 Sydney 1910/1866
  3. (f) Mary A McAuley b. 1868 Sydney 196/1868
  4. (f) Charlotte McAuyley b. 1870 Sydney 1777/1870
  5. (f) Elizabeth McAuley b. 1875 Sydney 321/1875
  6. (m) James McAulet b. 1877 Sydney 2659/1877
  7. (f) Emily McAulet b. 1879 Sydney 1069/1879
  8. (m) William J McAuley b. 1884 Redfern 10411/1884

On the 17th June, at 105 Prince-street, by special license, by   the Rev. John Reid, of the Mariners' Church, Robert M'Auley, native of Amy Vale, Monahan, Ireland, to Charlotte Robinson, daughter of James Robinson, Wollongong, New South Wales. The Sydney Morning Herald 19 July 1862

McAuliffe Anna/Hannah (Coor/Corr)

b. abt 1858 Ireland

m. James McAuliffe ( abt 1851 Ireland-) 18/12/1878 Dapto RC

f. James Coor m. Elizabeth Keanain

  1. (m) Daniel McAulliffe b. 27/4/1879 Dapto

That Mrs. Hannah McAuliffe, wife of Mr. James McAuliffe, of West Dapto, was assaulted by the defendant, on this 21st at March last, being knocked down while alone near her house washing ; that she was then maltreated by defendant, and only by the utmost resistance on her part prevented him accomplishing the capital offence upon her, she having been kept down about ten minutes before he let her go. The jury, after retiring for a short time, returned a verdict of guilty, and his Honor then sentenced the defendant to five years on the roads or other public works of the colony with hard labor. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 11 July 1879 p 2

McAuliffe Catherine/Kate (Kane/Cane/Cain)

b. abt 1871 Ireland d. 1940 Helensburgh br. Helensburgh

m. John McAuliffe (1867- 4/7/1950 Helensburgh) 1892 Wollongong

f. Mathew Kane m. Honora Glasheen

Both resident of Unanderra

  1. (m) John Joseph McAuliffe b. 1892 Helensburgh d. 1948 Helensburgh
  2. (f) Mary McAuliffe b. 13/1/1894 Unanderra 37750/1894
  3. (m) William Ambrose McAuliffe b. 23/4/1895 Berkley 18450/1895 d. 1957 Petersham
  4. (f) Nora McAuliffe b. 16/3/1897 Berkley
  5. (m) Daniel McAuliffe b. 1899 Helensburgh
  6. (m) George D McAuliffe b. 1900 Helensburgh
  7. (f) Kate McAuliffe b. 1902 Wollongong
  8. (f) Margaret A McAuliffe b. 1902 Wollongong

Living Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a labourer.

Husband still resident at Helensburgh when son William enlisted in 1916.

McAuliffe Catherine (Sullivan)

b. 1867 Jamberoo or Kiama d. 10/12/1933 Kiama br. Kiama General

m. John McAuliffe (abt 1866 – 18/10/1932 Kiama Son of Thomas McAuliffe & Mary ) 1900 Kiama

f. John Sullivan m. Margaret Ford *

  1. (f) Mary McAuliffe b. 1901 Kiama
  2. (f) Margaret McAuliffe b. 1902 Kiama
  3. (f) Kathleen E McAuliffe b. 1904 Kiama
  4. (m) John J McAuliffe b. 1906 Kiama
  5. (m) Thomas McAuiliffe b. 1909 Kiama
  6. (f) Julia McAuliffe b. 1911 Kiama

Living Collins St Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Yesterday Mr John McAuliffe, of this town, was married to Miss Kate O'Sullivan by the Rev. Father Barlow. The happy couple departed by the 8 a.m. train yesterday on their honey- moon. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Tuesday 14 August 1900 p 2


66 YEARS. After months of suffering Mrs. Catherine McAuliffe passed to her rest on Sunday last at the age of 66 years. She did not long survive her husband, whom she devotedly nursed until his death in October of last year. The late Mrs. McAuliffe, previous to her marriage, was Miss Sullivan, a member of a well-known and respected   South Coast family, residing for many years in Kangaroo Valley. She leaves to deeply mourn her two sons in Messrs. Jack and Thomas McAuliffe, and four daughters in Mary (Mrs. Sobb, Marrickville), Amy (Mrs. A. Johnston, Kiama), Kathleen (Mrs. Turner, Marrickville), and Miss Nellie McAuliffe, who with her brothers, gave loving care to their mother, when she was ailing and before the serious nature of her illness after an exploratory operation in a Sydney Hospital made itself known. Her family could not do enough in their expression of affection, and at her earnest request, she was brought home to await the end, surrounded by their united care, and all they could do or give.

With Christian hope and courage she awaited the end and cessation of suffering. In this town in which she lived and brought up her family, the late Mrs. McAuliffe earned the respect of all who knew her. A gentle and kindly spirit was hers, and to do a neighbourly turn, a kindly deed for the sick, suffering or needy, was a genuine joy, and in her home she was a wonderful woman, ever concerned in the welfare of her children.   About the home flowers ever grew. She had the “green fingers” that got the best from growing things, and the family wreath was made of the blossoms she loved and from plants she had tended. It seemed fitting that so many beautiful flowers should be sent in remembrance and when the last sad rites wore over, they encompassed her grave in beautiful profusion. Her sons acted as pall bearers. In the last sad days when the approaching loss of a dearly beloved mother was so keenly felt, the family were deeply grateful to the kind friends who sat up at night and gave many kindly services and thoughtful atten- tion. 'The Rev. Father Breen officiated at   the graveside and ministered to her during her illness, his kindness and attention deeply appreciated. The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal (NSW : 1899 - 1947) Wednesday 13 December 1933 p 2

McAuliffe Ellen (Power)

b. 1829 Sydney

m. James McAuliffe 30/6/1845 Wollongong

f. Michael Power m. Anastasia Keily

  1. (f) Mary McAuliffe 1846 Monaro
  2. (f) Ellen McAuliffe b. 25/6/1848 Monaro d. 22/12/1911 Casino (John Farrell Warder 1864)

Both resident of Wollongong. Her parents were both convicts.

Convict Permission to Marry Index 1845 Wollongong

McAuliffe Frances Fanny (Charlesworth)

b.1867 Kiama 10382/1867 d. 27/12/1937 br. Jamberoo General

m. Michael McAuliffe (1858 Kiama - 10/10/1930 Jamberoo Son of Thomas McAuliffe & Mary O’Keeffe *) 1886 Kiama 5781/1886

f. John Charlesworth m. Frances Edmondston *

  1. (f) Frances McAuliffe b. 1887 Kiama (Henry Ellareguy 1915, Michael J Harding 1922)
  2. Mary A McAuliffe b. 1889 Kiama (William J Browne 1921 )
  3. (f) Elizabeth J McAuliffe b. 1892 Kiama
  4. (f) Catherine A McAuliffe b. 1895 Kiama
  5. (m) Thomas William McAuliffe b. 1897 Kiama d. 1970 Manly
  6. (m) John J McAuliffe b. 1899 Kiama
  7. (f) Julie E McAuliff b. 1901 Kiama ( Donald Diggan 1929 )
  8. (m) Michael Daniel McAuliffe b. 1903 Kiama d. 1975
  9. (f) Johanna McAuliffe b. 1905 Kiama
  10. (m) James Andew McAulifef b. 1908 Kiama d. 27/5/1980
  11. (m) Gabriel McAuliffe d. 1973 Sydney
  12. (f) Joan McAuliffe

Living Jamberoo in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Late Mrs. Francis McAuliffe.

At the age of 71 years, the death occurred in Sydney, on December 27, last, of a very old and respected Jamberoo resident in the person of Mrs Frances McAuliffe, who had spent  about half a century in the village. She was the daughter of the late John and Frances Charlesworth and was born at Broughton Village, coming to Jamberoo as a young woman when she married Mr. Michael McAuliffe, who pre-deceased her several years ago. Of a kindly personality, she was beloved by all; her interest in the home where she was an excellent wife and mother, bringing up a large family, with whom district sympathy is expressed. A Requiem Mass was celebrated at St. Joseph Burwood Heights, by the Rev. Fr. Croak, and the funeral took place at the Catholic Cemetery, Jamberoo, the Rev. Fr. Irish officiating at the graveside. There were many beautiful wreaths. Mrs. McAuliffe is survived by five sons, Messrs Gabe (Bexley), Tom (Manly), Jack (Kiama), Michael (Gladstone) and James McAuliffe (Jamberoo) and five daughters, Mesdames J. Harding (Croydon), W. Browne (Koorawatha), D. Duggan,   (Flemington), J. Parkinson (Jamberoo) and Miss K. McAuliffe   (Jamberoo).  South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 21 January 1938 p 24

McAuliffe Jane (Doran)

b. abt 1836 Ireland d. 1918 Lismore br. Lismore

m. William McAuliffe (abt 1827 Listole Kerry Ireland-29/8/1917 Lismore ) 1863 Kiama

f. Thomas Doran m. Jane

Ship: Peter Maxwell 1858

  1. (f) Julia McAuliffe * b. 1863 Bombala d. 3/11/1947 Lismore ( John Buckett 1883)
  2. (f) Catherine McCouliffe b. 1865 Kiama
  3. (m) Michael McCauleffe b. 1867 Kiama d. after 1947
  4. (f) Bridget McAuliffe * b. 1869 Jamberoo d. 1952 Lismore (Frederick Hurnall 1896)
  5. (m) John McAuliffe b. 1874 Jamberoo d. 4/3/1946 Lismore
  6. (m) William Thomas McAuliffe b. 1872 Kiama d. after 1947

Sister see Catherine Flynn * . Sister an Irish orphan so it is likely that her parents were both dead on her arrival.

The FUNERAL of the late JANE DOOLAN McAULIFFE (relict of the late William McAuliffe) will move from St. Carthage's Cathedral THIS DAY (MONDAY), JULY 15th, at 2 p.m. for the Roman Catholic Cemetery. Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954) Monday 15 July 1918 p 5

McAuliffe Johanna see Miller

McAuliffe Kate (Creddigan/Cuddigan)

b. abt 1856 Cork Ireland d.

m. James McAuliffe ( Cork Ireland-25/3/1925 West Maitland) 1883 West Maitland

Ship: 1877 Nineveh

  1. (m) Patrick McAuliffe b. 21/1/1884 Calderwood
  2. (m) George McAuliffe b. 1885 West Maitland
  3. (f) Mary K McAuliffe b. 1890 West Maitland
  4. (f) Nina M McAuliffe b. 1892 West Maitland
  5. (f) Elizabeth M McAuliffe b. 1894 West Maitland (Charles C Fairmall 1916)
  6. (f) Catherine F McAuliffe b. 1897 West Maitland

McAuliffe/ McCauliffe/ McCliff/McCouliffe Mary (O’Keeffe/ Kieffe)

b. 1836 Abbyfale Ireland d. 10/6/1913 Wollongong br. Wollongong

m. Thomas McAuliffe (abt 1836 Kirkenney Ireland- 21/7/1921 South Wollongong Son of Michael McAuliffe & Julia Cantey) Ireland

Ship: Mary Pleasants 1858

f. Phillip O'Keefe m. Catherine Morrissey

  1. (m) Michael McAuliffe b. 11/2/1859 Jamberoo bp Kiama Rc 8316/1859d. 1930 Kiama (Frances Charlesworth * 1886)
  2. (f) Mary Ann McAuliffe * b. 12/3/1861 Jamberoo bp Kiama RC d. 13/4/1934 Wollongong (Michael Kennedy 1884)
  3. (m) John P McAuliffe b 1864 Jamberoo d. 18/10/1932 (Catherine Sullivan * 1900)
  4. (f) Catherine McAuliffe * b. 1866 Jamberoo d. 11/3/1933 Wollongong (William Jordan 1893)
  5. (f) Julia McAuliffe * b. 14/6/1867 Jamberoo d. 16/8/1950 Wollongong (Charles Lambert Scott 1890
  6. (m) Daniel McAuliffe b 1871 Jamberoo d. 27/6/1945 Kiama (Florence Charlesworth 1905)
  7. (m) Thomas McAuliffe b 1875 Jamberoo.
  8. (m) Francis McAuliffe ?

Living Wallaby Hill Jamberoo in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

OBITUARY. MRS MARY McAULIFFE. There passed away over the Great Divide to her eternal reward, in the person of Mrs. Mary McAuliffe, a woman who had been through life devoted to her Church, her husband, her home and family, during a long life of sturdy pioneering work in the Illawarra district, under conditions which called for the best qualities of womanhood. The late Mrs. McAuliffe was born in the County Limerick, Ireland, in the year 1833, and was therefore in the 80th year of her age at the time of her death. She was married in Ireland, and left for New South Wales in company with her husband, Mr. Thomas McAuliffe, in 1858 in the ship “Mary Pleasant,” and immediately after arrival here settled   in the Jamberoo district, and faced the bush, and built up a home and reared a family of four sons and three daughters in a highly respectable manner,

who still survive to mourn the loss of a most affectionate mother. Time, of course, moved on through all ages, and it will sooner or later become the turn of each and all of the human family to pass on to the Great Beyond, from whence none return. Families also grow up, get married, and leave the parental roof. So it happened that a few years ago the late Mrs. McAuliffe found herself as she was on leaving Ireland, alone with her husband, who has also borne the brunt of pioneering in Australia, and the old couple decided on going to Wollongong in order to be near some members of their family. It  was while living in Wollongong that  the deceased lady had the misfortune to break her thigh, and notwithstanding   all that medical aid and tender nursing could do for her, she gradually sank under the terrible ordeal. She was always a devoted member of the   Catholic Church, and when the end came she was quite resigned, and gave up her soul to God who gave it, being fortified by the rites of Holy Church. She was buried in the Catholic portion of the cemetery at Wollongong, and leaves behind to mourn their loss a husband, four sons and three daughters, together with forty grand-children and two great-grand-children. May she rest in peace. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Wednesday 25 June 1913 p 2

McAuliffe Sophia Jane (Cook)

b. 28/12/1865 Farie Meadow d. 12/7/1937 br. Wollongong General

m. Michael Barry McAuliffe (abt 1862 Co Cork Ireland – 14/5/1933 Son of Daniel McAuliffe & Margaret) 19/4/1892 St John’s West Dapto

f. William Manning Cook m. Rose McMahon *

  1. (f) Elizabeth May McAuliffe b. 1893 Wollongong d. 1976 ( Robert G Fahey 1919)
  2. (f) Rose Winifred McAuliffe b. 4/11/1894 Dapto (John H Fitzgerald 1925)
  3. (m) William Harry McAuliffe b. 28/7/1897 Dapto

Living Berkeley in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Late Mrs. McAuliffe

The death occurred on Monday, at a private hospital, of Mrs. Sophia Jane McAuliffe, aged 72 years. She was the relict of the late Mr. Michael McAuliffe, and was highly respected by a wide circle of friends. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 16 July 1937 p 9

McAvoy see McEvoy

McBaron Emily Florence (Rutledge)

b. 23/2/1879 Mt Kembla 26041/1879 d. 18/10/1952 Raleigh

m. Matthew McBaron 1904)\

f. Joseph Rutledge m. Catherine Parsons

Living at Stony Creek in 1903 Electoral Roll – Domestic Duties

McBarron/McBaron Margaret Helen (Montgomery)

b. 1848 Manorhamilton Fermanagh Ireland d. 1923 Drummoyne

m. James McBaron (7/2/1836 Irvinestown Fermanagh Ireland- 16/1/1905 Bowral Son of Hugh McBaron & Elizabeth Hurst )1866 Kiama 2199/1866

f.? Montgomery m.

  1. (m) Samuel J McBaron b. 1867 Berrima
  2. (m) John McBaron b. 1869 Berrima
  3. (m) William McBaron b. 1874 Berrima
  4. (m) David McBaron b. 1876 Berrima
  5. (m) Alfred Swift McBaron b. 1878 Burrawang
  6. (m) Matthew Montgomey McBaron b. 1/4/1881 Robertson
  7. (f) Elsie A McBarron b. 1883 Robertson
  8. (m) Thomas Ridley McBaron b. 1885 Robertson
  9. (f) Margaret Letitia Jane McBaron b. 4/4/1888 Robertson

McBean Mary Ann (Crompton)

b. 1864 Wollongong 16410/1864 d. 13/10/1943 Ashfield br. Rookwood Presbyterian

m. William McBean (abt 1858 -29/1/1924 Ashfield) 1883 Woonona

f. James Crompton m. Mary Ann Dickenson *

  1. (f) Mary A McBean b. 1884 Ashfield
  2. (m) William Donald McBean b. 1885 Ashfield
  3. (f) Rebecca McBean b. 1888 Ashfield
  4. (f) Mary A McBean b. 1890 Ashfield
  5. (f) Isabel McBean b. 1889 Ashfield
  6. (f) Ethel C McBean b. 1892 Ashfield
  7. (f) Ellen McBean b. 1893 Ashfield
  8. (f) Martha McBean b. 1893 Ashfield
  9. (m) James McBean b. 1895 Ashfield
  10. (f) Mary E McBean b. 1898 Woonona
  11. (m) John R McBean b. 1903 Ashfield

McBEAN - October 13 1943 at her residence 3 Hugh Street Ashfield. Mary Ann relict of William Donald and loving mother of William Beck (Mrs V. Jacobs ) Bell (Mrs E. G. Chessell) Jim Mamie (Mrs M. E. Edwards) and Jack, aged 79 years. McBEAN -October 13 1943 at her residence 8 Hugh Street Ashfield. Mary Ann McBean dearly loved grandmother of Tom Chessell Mr and Mrs R. Burns Mr and Mr Rod Erwards Corporal E. McBean (R.A.A.F.) Mr and Mrs Ernest Baker L. A. C. Edwards (RAAF) and LAC J. McBean (R A A F ) The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 14 October 1943 Page 8

McBeth Catherine (Halloran)

b. abt 1871 Kyneton Vic d. 1951 Sandringham Vic

m. Angus McBeth (abt 1867-25/8/1948 Highett Vic.)

f. Patrick Halloran m. Mary

  1. John P McBeth b. 1905 Redfern
  2. Thomas Angus McBeth b. 1907 Woonona d. 1981 Malver Vic.
  3. Willaim McKenzie McBeth b. 1909 Sydney d. 1982 Prahan Vic

Living Corrimal in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties.Husband a miner.

McBeth/McBeath Gordina Anne (Innes)

b. 1808 Wick Caithness Scotland d. 4/2/1898 Falls Creek Shoalhaven

m. James McBeth (29/10/1803 Wick Caithness Scotland- 1/11/872 Terara Son of John McBeth & Elizabeth Sinclair ) 13/7/1832 Wick Caithness Scotland

f. Peter Innes m. Magdalene Manson

  1. (f) Margaret Innes McBeth b. abt 1834 Hobart, Tas d. 12/7/ 1888 Nowra
  2. (f) Barbara McBeth b. 1840 Presbyterian Bathurst
  3. (m) John Gordon Innes McBeth b. abt 1842 Nowra d. 7/7/1919 Falls Creek
  4. (f) Robertina I D McBeth b. 1842 Presbyterian St Andrew’s Sydney d. 2/9/1911 Nowra (Robert Davidson 1891)
  5. (f) Jemima McBeth b. 22/5/1846 Presbyterian St Andrew’s Sydney d. 6/10/1930 Nowra (Andrew Conlon 1872 )
  6. (f) Barbara Sinclair McBeth b. 14/10/1848 Nowra (Joseph J Young 1871)
  7. (m) William Peter McBeth b. abt 1852
  8. (f) Clara Ann McBeth b. abt 1854 d. 24 May 1927, Drummoyne (Charles Wassell 1883, William Thomas Gibbons 1896)

James McBeth, of Farma was brought up under warrant, on an information sworn by his wife Mrs. McBeth. charging him with cruelty, and with putting her in bodily fear for her safety and life by threatening to shoot her, and otherwise abusing her. The evidence disclosed a painful history of family discord, but although Mrs. McBeth urged to have her husband bound in securities of the peace, the Bench unanimously overruled her wish, and dismissed the charge. A strong recommendation was made by the Bench to the parties to give up domestic quarrels and live in harmony. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 25 March 1862 p 3

McBETH.—February 4th, at her residence, “Spring Bank,” Falls Creek, Nowra, GORDINA A. J. M'BETH, aged 86 years, eldest daughter of the late Captain Peter Innes, 79th Regiment. The Shoalhaven Telegraph (NSW : 1881 - 1937) Wednesday 9 February 1898 p 2

She changes her first name sometime after her arrival in the Shoalhaven.

McBride Annie (Bresnahan)

m. James McBride 1892 Berrima

  1. (m) Patrick J McBride b. 1893 Robertson d. 1904 Maclean
  2. (m) Reginald Bede McBride b. 1900 Kiama d. 18/8/1954 Rockdale

McBride Esther (Shipp)

b. 16/3/1862 Mt Keira d. 4/5/1938 Waverley br. Waverley

m. John McBride (abt 1858 -23/12/1937 Waverley Son of Dennis McBride & Sarah ) 1884 Wollongong

f. Thomas Shipp m. Sarah Marshall *

  1. (f) Louisa McBride b. 1888 Waverley d. 15/6/1888 Waverley
  2. (f) Ethel Maude McBride b. 1896 Waverley d. 6/1/1901 Waverley

MacBride Mary

m. Robert MacBride

  1. (f) Catherine MacBride b. 1859 Wollongong

MacBride Mary (Bolton/Boulton)

m. Peter McBride 1859 Wollongong

  1. (f) Ann McBride b. 29/7/1856 American Creek 8410/1856
  2. (m) Peter McBride b. 11/1/1858 American Creek 13297/1858
  3. (f) Margaret McBride b. 17/6/1861 Wollongong 14389/1861
  4. (f) Bridget McBride b. 2/1/1863 Wollongong 14944/1863
  5. (f) Mary MacBride b. 8/7/1865 Wollongong

The children Ann and Peter were both registered under both Bolton and McBride which may indicate that their parents were unmarried .

McBride Mary (Boyce)

m. Daniel McBride

  1. (m) Patrick McBride
  2. (f) Ann McBride b. 1863 Kiama d. 1864 Kiama
  3. (m) Edward McBride b. 1864 Kiama
  4. (m) James McBride b. 28/3/1866 Kiama bp Kiama RC
  5. (f) Margaret McBride b. 9/10/1867 Kiama bp Kiama RC (Srepehn Bresnahan 1899)
  6. (f) Mary McBride b. 19/12/1868 Kiama bp Kiama RC
  7. (f) Grace McBride b. 4/8/1870 Kiama bp Kiama RC (Michael Cosgrove 1897)
  8. (f) Rose McBride b. 8/6/1872 Kiama bp Kiama RC
  9. (f) Bridget McBride b. 5/1/1874 Kiama bp Kiama RC
  10. (m) Daniel McBride b. 22/7/1875 Kiama bp Kiama RC

Husband a labourer

Daniel McBride was brought up in custody of Mr. Detective Elliott, who deposed: He arrested the prisoner that morning at Eureka on a warrant (similar to those abovomentioned) on reading it to prisoner he made no reply: went with prisonor to his dwelliing; while there his”wife said in prisoner’s hearing, -” why that night he was at Cameron's with the boy until 10 o'clock ;“ he (witness) had not said anything in her hearing as to any particular day or event, remanded till 22nd Jul y. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 13 August 1868 p 2

Mrs. Daniel McBride.

Mrs. McBride, wife of Mr. Daniel McBride, late of Berry, South Coast, died at her residence, 'Edna,' Tebbutt street, Leichhardt, on February 19, aged 82. She was attended during her last illness by Rev. Father Bonett, and having received the last rites of Holy Church, passed peacefully away, surrounded by her sorrowing family. Always gentle and unobtrusive, she was a model Catholic, devoted wife, and saintly mother. She is survived by her husband, four sons — Patrick (Queensland), James (Coramba, N.S.W.), Edward and Daniel (West Australia); five daughters, Mrs S. Bresnahan (Moss Vale), Mrs. Cosgrove (Sydney), Mrs. Joass (West Australia), Miss McBride (Mistress, Crystal-street, superior Public School), and Miss Brigid McBride, to mourn their loss. The Catholic Press (Sydney, NSW : 1895 - 1942) Thursday 4 March 1920 p 41

McBrien Elizabeth

Living AitRixon’s Pass in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

McBrien Elizabeth

b. 10/7/1850 Bulli d. 1944 Wollongong

f. John McBrien m. Maryanne McCarty

Living Aitcheson St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

McBrien Ellen

Living Rixons Pass in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

McBrien Ellen

b. 13/9/1855 Fairy Meadow d. 25/5/1949

f. John McBrien m. Maryanne McCarty

Living Aitcheson St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

McBrien/McBryan/McBride Maryanne (McCartney/ McCarne/Carran/McKerne/ Mackern/MacGann)

b. abt 1820 d. 8/3/1886 Corrimal br. Corrimal Catholic

m. John McBrien (1817 Co Fermanagh Ireland- 8 /9/1878 Wollongong)

f. Bernard Mc? m. Ann

  1. (f) Mary Ann McBrien b. abt 1844 d. 23/10/1896 (Edward Woods)
  2. (f) Sarah Jane McBrien * b. 27/8/1845 Fairymeadow (Thomas Foley 1870)
  3. (f) Catherine McBrine b. 26/4/1848 Fairy Meadow
  4. (f) Elizabeth McBrien * b. 10/7/1850 Bulli d. 1944 Wollongong
  5. (f) Caroline McBryan b. 26/10/1852 Fairy Meadow (John Joseph Collins 1874)
  6. (f) Ellen McBrien * b. 13/9/1855 Fairy Meadow d. 25/5/1949

McBurney Alice Maud Mary (Rheuben)

d. 1955 Burwood

m. Charles Albert McBurney (-1938 Sydney Son of Charles McBurney & Ellen) 1896 Waverley

f. Phillip Rheuben m. Rebecca

Living Corrimal St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Husband an engineer

McBurney Isabel Ethel McLeod (Grime)

b. 1881 Murwillumbah d. 7/4/1949 Tweed Valley

m. Robert C McBurney 1929 Sydney

f. William J Grime m. Paulina

  1. (m) Egbert Beresford McBurney
  2. (m) Richard Herbert McBurney
  3. (f) Emily Elizabeth Mc Burney
  4. (f) Louisa Jane McBurney

Living at Manning st Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll Domestic duties

McCabe Catherine (Boylan)

m. James McCabe 6/11/1894 Our Lady Star of the Sea Shellharbour

f. Andrew Boylan m. Sarah Duffy

McCabe Elizabeth (Wilson)

b. abt 1842 d. 11/5/1891 br. Gerringong

m. Charles McCabe (abt 1837 – 2/6/1907 Toolijooa Son of John MacCabe & Ellen ) 1865 Kiama

Death unregistered

  1. (f) Elizabeth McCabe * b. 1867 Toolijooa d. 1937 Kiama (Thomas Boyle 1899)
  2. (m) James McCabe b. 16/9/1868 Gerringong bp Kiama RC
  3. (m) John McCabe b. 4/3/1871 Gerringong bp Kiama RC
  4. (m) Charles McCabe b. 14/1/1874 Gerringong bp Kiama RC
  5. (m) Thomas McCabe b. 4/9/1876 Gerringong bp Kiama RC d. 27/4/1920
  6. (f) Margaret Ellen McCabe * b. 1880 d. 29/9/1918
  7. (m) George McCabe b. 1883 d. 28/3/1885 aged 1

Husband a farmer

MacCabe Jane (Osborne)

b. 30/1/1830 d. 25/12/1916 Darling Point Rd br. Brownsville Anglican

m. Francis Peter MacCabe (17/4/1817 Dublin -27/6/ 1897 Bowral Son of James MacCabe & Margaret ) 29/11/1855 St Luke’s CofE Dapto; Wollongong and the RC Chapel Dapto

f. Henry Osborne m. Sarah Russell *

  1. (m) Maj. Henry Osborne MacCabe b. 18/11/1856 Marshall Mount 8462/1856 (Marion Ewing * 1885)
  2. (f) Margaret R MacCabe * b. 4/3/1858 Russell Vale 13363/1858 (Thomas T Ewing 1879)
  3. (m) James MacCabe b. 4/4/1859 Russell Vale 14107/1859 d. 1893 Western Australia
  4. (f) Sarah M MacCabe * b. 14/5/1860 Russell Vale 13897/1860 (William K Henderson 1884)
  5. (m) Frank Russell MacCabe b. 11/10/1861 Russell Vale 14504/1861 d. 21/2/1896 suicide
  6. (m) George D MacCabe b. 24/12/1862 Russell Vale 14935/1863
  7. (f) Charlotte H MacCabe b. 31/3/1864 Russell Vale 16466/1864 (Donald Macintyre 1887)
  8. (f) Constance E MacCabe b. 13/9/1865 Russell Vale 17028/1865 d. 1920 Paddington
  9. (m) Francis P MacCabe b. 26/12/1866 Russell Vale
  10. (f) Annie A MacCabe 26/1/1868 Russell Vale (Edward J Jenkins 1887)
  11. (m) Hamilton H MacCabe 2/2/1869 Russell Vale
  12. (f) Edith Hamilton MacCabe b. 1870 Wollongong (Henry A M Merewether 1890)
  13. (f) Maud Alice McCabe * b. 1871 Wollongong 19636/1871 (Henry A Pringle 1892)
  14. (m) John Osborne MacCabe b. 1873 Berrima 7570/1873

Husband a surveyor

By special license, on the 29?th of November, at Saint Luke's Dapto, by the Rev. W. W. Simpson, A.M., and afterwards at the Temporary Roman Catholic Chapel, West Dapto, by the Rev. Mr.   Sumner, Francis Peter MacCabe, Esq., fifth son of the late James MacCabe, M.D. T.C.D., Dublin, Esq., to Jane, eldest daughter of Henry Osborne, Esq., member of the Legislative Council, Marshall Mount, Illawarra. Empire 1 December 1855

ON the 18th instant, at Marshall Mount, Illawarra, the wife of F. P. MacCabe, Esq., of a son. The Sydney Morning Herald 26 November 1856

On the 4th instant, at Russell Vale, Wollongong, the wife of F. P. McCabe, Esq., of a daughter. The Sydney Morning Herald 9 March 1858

On the 4th April, at Russell Vale, Wollongong, the wife of F.P. M'Cabe, Esq.,of a son. The Sydney Morning Herald 12 April 1859

On the 14th instant, at Russell Vale, Wollongong, the wife of F. P McCabe, Esq., of a daughter. The Sydney Morning Herald 22 May 1860

On the 11th instant, at Russell Vale, Illawarra, the wife of F. P. M'Cabe, Esq., of a son. The Sydney Morning Herald 17 October 1861

M’CABE -On the 24th December, at Russell Vale, Illawarra, the wife of F. P. M'Cabe, Esq., of son. Empire 2 January 1863

On the 31st of March, at Russell Vale, Illawarra, the wife of F. P. M'Cabe, Esq., of a daughter.  The Sydney Morning Herald 13 April 1864

On the 13th instant, at Russell Vale, Illawarra, the wife of F. P. M'Cabe, Esq., of a daughter. The Sydney Morning Herald 22 September 1865

On the 26th December, at Russell Vale, Illawarra, the wife of F. P. MACCABE, Esq., of a son. The Sydney Morning Herald 5 January 1867

On the 26th January, at Russell Vale, Illawarra, the wife of F. P. MACCABE, Esq., of a daughter.  The Sydney Morning Herald 1 February 1868

On the 2nd instant, at Russell Vale, Illawarra, the wife of F. P. MACCABE, Esq., of a son.  The Sydney Morning Herald 8 February 1869

The foundation-stone of the Osborne Memorial Church, Dapto, built by members of the family of the late Mr. Henry Osborne, of Marshall Mount, in memory of their deceased father, was laid to-day by Mrs. F. P. MacCabe, of Russell Vale, in the presence of a considerable assemblage. The Bishop of the diocese, Dr. Barker, and the Rev. Dean Ewing took part in the proceedings, and delivered addresses. The day was beautifully fine, aud the proceedings passed off very successfully. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 22 July 1880


On Christinas morning Mrs.MacCabe, sen., passed away at her residence, 'Darrahampton,' Darling Point Road, aged 86 years. She was the oldest daughter of the late Mr. Henry Osborne of Avondale, and mother of the late Major H. A. MacCabe, one of the Mount Kembla disaster heroes. The late Mrs. Macabe resided for many years with her husband at Russell Vale, Bellambi, and it was there that her family was reared. Her husband, the late Mr. F. P. MacCabe predeceased her by a number of years. The remains were interred in Brownsville cemetery on Boxing Bay, the Rev. W. O'Neil officiating at the graveside Amongst the mourners present were :Mr. George Osborne (brother)., Sir Thomas Ewing (son-in-law-) , Dr.Jenkins'(son-in-lnw), Mr. F. P MacCabe , (son), and Sir Thomas Ewing's soldier son, who has returned from Gallipoli wounded. The late Mrs. MacCabe was a woman of wonderful vitality and up to the last could give vivid descriptions of the early days' of Illawarra, when the hardy pioneers contended with many difficulties that to-day are not thought of. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 29 December 1916 p 4

McCabe Katherine Kate (Boylan)

b. abt 1861 Co Meath Ireland d. 9/9/1935 Kiama br Shellharbour

m. James McCabe ( abt 1855 Belfast Ireland- 14/10/1933 Shellharbour Son of Thomas McCabe & Mary Anne Wallace) 6/11/1894 Our Lady Star of the Sea Shellharbour

f. John Boylan m. Katherine or

  1. (m) James McCabe b. 23/10/1887 Ross St Parramatta
  2. (f) Bridget Boylan McCabe b. 29/12/1889 Liverpool d. 15/7/1972 Shellharbour
  3. (m) Christopher McCabe b. 19/12/1890 Shellharbour d. 14/8/1980
  4. (m) Thomas McCabe b. 2/6/1892 Shellharbour d. 7/9/1981 Shellharbour (Elsie M Walker 1922)
  5. (m) Sylvester McCabe b. 21/6/1893 Shellharbour d. 6/11/1949 Melbourne Vic (Irene Wadeson 1922)
  6. (f) Sarah McCabe b. 7/6/1894 Shellharbour d. 1895
  7. (m) Gregory McCabe b. 1895 Shellharbour d. 4/12/1979 Warwick Farm
  8. (f) Mary Ellen McCabe b. 1/5/1898 Shellharbour d. 24/9/1975 Mudgee (Frank Fitzpatrick 1929)
  9. (f) Catherine McCabe b. 22/3/1900 Shellharbour d. 18/5/1980 Sudney (John Etherington 1936)
  10. (m) Male MacCabe b. 1902 d. 1902

Living Shellharbour in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a blacksmith.

MRS. CATHERINE McCABE-76 Years. There passed away on Monday last a resident of Shellharbour for over half a century in the person of Mrs. Catherine McCabe, aged 76 years, and one who had been loved and respected by all in the pretty seaside town. For the past two years, Mrs. McCabe had been in failing health and had been devotedly nursed by her daughters who surrounded her with every possible care and attention.

While still a young women, she came with her husband, the late James Mc Cabe, to New South Wales, from Northern Ireland, and for a time they lived at Parramatta, where Mr. McCabe pursued his occupation as a blacksmith and was a neighbour of Mr. W. M. Hughes. After a short stay there, they removed to Shellharbour, and the blacksmith's shop on the Dunmore corner became a great rendezvous for the farmers, who came to have their horses shod or, implements made and repaired. The opening up of the metal quarries saw Mr. McCabe take the position of black smith at Long Point, and he continued with this, being employed by the late Mr. G. L. Fuller until his retirement.

Mrs. McCabe was a devoted mother and housewife, all her time and care directed to the rearing of their large family and also doing many a good and neighbourly act which earned for her' a very wide circle of friends who now deplore her passing. Her husband predeceased her almost two years ago, and she is survived by three daughters, Misses Bridget and Catherine McCabe, Mrs. F. Fitzgerald (Mary) and four sons, Messrs. Thomas (Kiama), Sylvester (Shellharbour), Christopher and Gregory McCabe, to all of whom sincere sympathy is ex pressed. ..The funeral took place yesterday afternoon at the Catholic cemotery, Shellharbour The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal (NSW : 1899 - 1947) Wednesday 11 September 1935 p 2 Photo

McCabe Margaret Ellen

b. 1880 d. 29/9/1918

f. Charles McCabe m. Elizabeth Wilson *

Living at Toolijoola in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

MacCabe Marion (Ewing)

b. 3/7/1858 Wollongong d. 1949 Chatswood

m. Henry Osborne MacCabe (18/11/1856 Marshall Mount - 1902 Mt Kembla mine Son of Francis P MacCabe & Jane Osborne *) 23/6/1885 Wollongong

f. Thomas Campbell Ewing m. Elizabeth Thompson *

  1. (m) Francis P MacCabe b. 8/6/1886 Wollongong
  2. (f) Marion E MacCabe b. 1888 Wollongong
  3. (f) Aileen MacCabe b. 1889 Wollongong

Husband a surveyor/colliery manager. Husband was killed as a rescue attempt at the mine disaster.

MACCABE-EWING.-June 23, at St. Michael's Church, Wollongong, bv the father of the bride. Henry Osborne, eldest son of F P. MacCabe, Russell Vale, Wollongong, to Marion, second daughter of the Rev. T. C. Ewing. The Sydney Morning Herald 2 July 1885

McCABE .-On the 8th Instant, at Wollongong, the wife of H. Osborne M'Cabe, of a son. The Sydney Morning Herald 23 June 1886

McCaffery Margaret (O’Donnell)

b. abt 1844 Wollongong d. 17/12/1939 Wollongong

m. Thomas McCaffrey (1843- 1912 Balmain South Son of Charles McCaffrey & Mary McGuire * ) 15/1/1872 St Francis Xavier’s

f. Michael O’Donnell m. Sarah Mead *

  1. (m) Thomas McCaffrey b. 2/12/1873 Kiama bp Kiama RC 12432/1873 d. 1939 Wollongong

On the 15th instant, by special license, at St. Francis Xavier Church, Wollongong, by the Rev. Dean Flanagan, THOMAS, eldest son of CHARLES McCAFFERY, Terara Creek, Kiama, to  MARGARET, eldest daughter of the late MICHAEL O'DONNELL, Five Islands estate, Illawarra, both natives of Wollongong. The Sydney Morning Herald 19 January 1872

Death of Mrs. Margaret McCaffrey
(By A Friend)

At a private hospital in Wollongong, on Sunday morning, the death occurred at the advanced age of 97 years, of a member of one of the oldest pioneer families in the Illawarra district, in the person of Mrs. T. Mc Caffrey. The O'Donnell family, of which the deceased was the eldest daughter, have been prominently identified with the development of the Illawarra for over a century, having occupied the farm on which is, now built the extensive works of the Australian Iron and Steel Co. The many public functions entrusted to them in past years and which were conscientiously and capably performed has caused the name of O'Donnell to be universally honored and respected throughout the South Coast. After many years' residence on the Five Islands farm, the deceased married Mr. T. McCaffrey, of Kiama, where, with her husband, she engaged in farming pursuits, at Jerara, between Kiama and Jamberoo. Through her splendid personality, combined with a loving and charitable nature, her name soon became a household word in that locality, and many there are who remember with gratitude her kindly ad ministrations during sickness and trouble. After the death of her husband, and with the able assistance of her only son (Thomas), the late Mrs. McCaffrey carried on the work of her late husband for some considerable time, till finally, declining years forced her to relinquish activities, and to remove to Corrimal-street, Wollongong. Under the tender ministrations of her devoted son, Mrs. McCaffrey spent many happy years in her Wollongong home, till death separated them some months ago, since when she appeared to lose much interest in life, and gradually faded away, and passed to her reward as stated, on Sunday last. Notwithstanding the great weight of years, the late Mrs. McCaffrey was able to attend a function recently, which took the form of a re-union with other surviving member of O'Donnell family (Mrs. E. Richards, of Sydney, and Mr. M. O'Donnell, of Figtree) which was held at the home of Mr. O'Donnell, junr. Though for some days before the end came the deceased lady was in a very weakened condition, she maintained the same bright and cheerful disposition which had characterised her during her long sojourn on this earth. Thus has passed from our midst one who by her splendid life and useful work has left a monument of which the district of Illawarra can justly be proud, and with'her large circle of friends and admirers we reverently add our tribute, 'Requiscat in pace.' Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 22 December 1939 p 4

McCaffrey Mary (McGuire)

b. abt 1813 Magheracross Fermanagh Ireland d. 1878 Jerrara

m. Charles McGaffrey ( abt 1810 Watylalas Fermanagh Ireland- 15/5/1890 Jamberoo Son of Thomas McCaffrey & Ann McAulay) 1837 Tubberet Fermanagh Ireland

f. Thomas McGuire m. Nancy

Ship: 1841 Glenswilly

  1. (f) Daughter McCaffrey b. abt 1838 d. abt 1839 Ireland
  2. (f) Frances M McCaffrey * b. abt 1840 f. 1908 St Leonards (Michael Hanly 1859)
  3. (m) Thomas McCaffrey b. abt 1843 Wollongong d. 1912 (Margaret O’Donnell * 1872)
  4. (f) Anne McCafrey b. 8/1/1844 Martialmount d. 4/6/1872 Jerrera Creek
  5. (f) Mary McCaffrey b. 4/11/1845 Marshalmount d. 1/11/1927 Auburn
  6. (m) Charles McCaffrey b. 28/4/1848 Cangeroo Ground d. 15/10/1915 Brighton Hotel Kiama
  7. (m) John McCaffrey b. abt 1849 Kangaroo Valley d. 18/12/1939 Haberfield (Mary Ann Daley * 1880)
  8. (m) Francis McCaffrey b. 22/2/1855 Jamberoo reg Kiama RC d. 18/4/1938 Sydney

McCAFFREY.—At her residence, Kiama, of bronchitis, Mary, the beloved wife of Charles McCaffrey, aged 68 years. May she rest in peace. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Tuesday 20 August 1878 p 2

Story of the McCaffrey family in the Illawarra see:
The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal (NSW : 1899 - 1947) Wednesday 5 August 1931 p 3
The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal (NSW : 1899 - 1947) Wednesday 26 August 1931 p 3
The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal (NSW : 1899 - 1947) Wednesday 2 September 1931 p 4

Husband was employed by Henry Osborne at Marshall Mount and Kangaroo Ground from 1841-1851, Owned land at Jerrara. Husband was an early breeder of dairy cattle in the Illawarra

McCaffrey Mary Ann (Daley)

b. 14/11/1852 Jamberoo d. 1/1/1933 Ashfield br. Kiama General

m. John McCaffrey (abt 1849 Kangaroo Valley - 18/12/1939 Haberfield Son of Charles McCaffrey & Mary McGuire *) 1880 Kiama

f. Patrick Daley m. Johanna McCarthy *

  1. (f) Anne McCaffrey b. 5/5/1876 Kiama bp Kiama RC
  2. (f) Annie Maria Amildia McCaffrey * b. 1881 Kiama (Ambrose Patrick Byrnes 1910)
  3. (f) Hannah McCaffrey b. 1882 Kiama
  4. (f) Cecilia Veronica McCaffrey b. abt 1883 Ferrara near Kiama d. 19/7/1909 Brisbane Qld dengue fever
  5. (m) John Herbert McCaffrey b. 1883 Kiama d. 2/6/1962 (Elsie Walsh 1915)

Living Brighton Hotel Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Husband a farmer later alderman and ran the Brighton Hotel

Under Mrs. McCaffrey's supervision, the hotel as a tourist home has gained a reputation second to none on the Coast. In their retirement Mr. and Mrs. McCaf frey will take with them many good wishes from friends in the district, and the hope is expressed that they will still remain here as residents. The Shoalhaven Telegraph (NSW : 1881 - 1937) Wednesday 10 November 1920 p 5

McCallor Catherine

m. William McCallor

  1. (m) William McCallor b. 1862 Wollongong
  2. (f) Rosanna McCallor b. 1865 Berrima

McCallum Frances A

m. Hugh H MacCallum

  1. (f) Frances E M A McCallum b. 1883 Sydney
  2. (f) Eveline L McCallum b. 1884 Sydney
  3. (f) Stella M McCallum b. 1886 Waterloo
  4. (f) Ethel D McCallum b. 1887 Waterloo
  5. (m) Hugh H McCallum b. 1889 Wollongong

McCallum Jessie

m. William McCallum

  1. (m) Thomas J McCallum b. 1884 Tenterfield
  2. (f) Matilda McCallum b. 1885 Wollongong
  3. (m) John McCallum b. 1887 Minmi d. 1888 Minmi
  4. (f) Mary E McCallum b. 1890 Minmi
  5. (m) John McCallum b. 1890 Minmi d. 1891 Minmi

McCallum Mary

m. John McCallum

  1. (m) John A McCallum b. 1893 Kiama

McCallum Sarah

m. James McCallum

  1. (f) Daisy E McCallum b. 1894 Kiama

McCammon/McCammoe/McCommon Agnes (Cordner)

b. 1854 Armagh d. 7/11/1928 Gumble Boree Shire br. Wollongong General

m. Robert Johnson McCammon (1852 Enagh Armagh -25/4/1924 Wollongong Son of John McCammon & Margaret Johnson) 13/11/1883 Leith Scotland

f. John Cordner m. Neamah McKenna

Ship: Bann 1884

  1. (m) Thomas William McCammon b. Wollongong d 16/3/1933 Wollongong suicide ( Marjorie Elizabeth Frew 1915)
  2. (m) Robert John McCammon b. 1884 Wollongong d 6/5/1919 Wollongong
  3. (m) Samuel James McCammon b. 1891 d 22/7/1957 Wollongong ( Eileen Walker 1914)

Living First St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties Husband a Painting Contractor.

Miss Mary Reeves Vincent * lived with the family for over 30 years.

McCann Ann (Biddles)

b.8/3/1847 Queanbeyan d. 22/2/1928 Wollongong br. Wollongong

m. Charles William McCann ( 29/1/1847 Wollongong –11/1/1911 Wollongong ) 18/12/1876 Redfern

f. George Biddles m. Sarah

  1. (f) Rebecca Mary Maud McCann b. 10/6/1878 Burrowa d. 6/9/1933 Newtown (James Lee 1897)
  2. (f) Lizzie Ethel May McCann b. 29/9/1881 Burrowa d. 21/1/1946 Sydney (John W McKee 1920)
  3. (f) Sarah Greenwood Travers McCann b. 28/2/1884 Queanbeyan d. 17/1/1939 Sydney
  4. (m) Charles George McCann b. 25/3/1888 Wollongong d. 29/9/1952 Wollongong (Ruth P Kenny 1914, Annie Dean 1937 )

Living Kembla St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a labourer.

McCANN — BIDDLES. —December 18, at St. Paul's Church, Redfern, by the Rev. Canon Stephen, Charles William, second son of the late Charles McCann, of Wollongong, to Ann, second daughter of the late George Biddles, of Queanbeyan.Sydney Morning Herald 27/ December 1876 Pg 1


On Wednesday a very old resident of Wollongong passed away in the person of Mrs. McCann, sen., of Burelli Street. She was born 81 years ago at Queanbeyan, but had resided the greater part of her life at Wollongong. She is survived by a grown up faimly of one son and three daughters, vis., Mr. Chas. McCann (Enfield), Mrs. McKee, Mrs. Lee, and Miss McCann. Two of her sisters also survive, Mrs. Mosman and Mrs. Brooker (Newtown). The funeral will leave her late residence this afternoon for the R.C. cemetery, Wollongong. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 24 February 1928 p 13

McCann Bridget see Martin Bridget

McCann Catherine

Living Brandy and Water Creek in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

McCann Catherine (Crow/Cram/Crane)

m. Francis McCann 1888 Petersham

  1. (f) Mary McCann b. 25/11/1888 Shellharbour
  2. (f) Sarah Anne Margaret McCann b. 3/12/1890 Shellharbour

McCann Eleanor J D

Living Burelli St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

McCann Elizabeth (Maxwell)

b. b. 1841 bp. Presbyterian Wollongong d. 4/8/1905 Mt Keira br. Wollongong

m. James McCann 2/1/1865 Wollongong

f. John Maxwell m. Elizabeth Evans *

Cause of Death: burns

  1. (m) James Alexander McCann b. 1866 Wollongong d. 25/11/1867
  2. (f) Elizabeth J McCann b. 1868 Wollongong 18267/1868
  3. (f) Sarah McCann * b. 1871 Wollongong 19615/1871 d. 1937 Wollongong (Henry Oxenbridge 1890)
  4. (m) John A McCann b. 1873 Wollongong V18737338 121C/1873 d. 1920 Ryde
  5. (m) Alexander McCann b. 1874 Wollongong 21396/1874
  6. (f) Mary Matilda McCann b. 1877 Wollongong 23015/1877 d. 1931 Wollongong (Robert Thornton 1894)
  7. (f) Annie McCann b. 1881 Wollongong 18882/1881 d. 1950 Kogarah (Francis E Bennis 1899)

Living Mount Keria in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

On the 2nd instant, by special license, at the Presbyterian Church, Wollongong, by the Rev. W. Mitchell, M. A., James McCann, Esq., Mount Keira, to Miss Elizabeth Maxwell, daughter   of Mr. John Maxwell, of Millbrook, near Woollongong.  The Sydney Morning Herald 3 January 1865

McCANN. — On the 18th instant, at her residence, Mill Brook, near Mount Keira, the wife of Mr James McCann of a daughter. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 21 July 1871 p 2

Monday, Oct. 19. (Before the District Registrar.) IN RE JAMES M'CANN

In the estate of James M'Cann, dealer, Mount Keira. Mr. Grace appeared for the official assignee. Elizabeth M'Cann, examined under section 30, deposed that she was the wife of bankrupt : about October, last year, he gave her a cheque for £100 for the use of herself and her dumb son ; he subsequently obtained the cheque from her, and cashed it, retaining £10 and giving her the balance, which she placed to her credit in the Commercial Bank ; she drew ;£8 for household expenses, and shortly aftecwards drew the balance of £82, which she kept in the house, and used from time to time for keeping the home ; she had lent her husband £10 to pay the rent of a farm, and had also lent him other small sums at different times ; sometimes he paid her back, and at others he did not ; she had only about £3 left of the amount given to her by her husband ; her husband now worked in the mines, and helped to support the house ; she bought a sulky in her own name with money obtained from her brother ; she did not buy any furniture with the money given to her by her husband. The examination was declared closed. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 20 October 1896 p 2

Burning Fatality
A Woman's Sad End

This morning news was received in Wollongong that Mrs. M'Cann, wife of Mr. James M'Cann, of Mount Keira, had been seriously burnt, through her clothes catching fire, whilst she was engaged in kindling the morning fire. On inquiry at the residence,; a representative of this paper learned that the news was too true, and that the old lady, aged 67- years of age, had succumbed to the injuries received. It appears that of late the deceased had been complaining ' of giddiness and pains in the head, but otherwise enjoyed good health. This morning she was engaged in her usual occupation of, lighting the fire in an open fireplace. No one was in the room, and her husband was in bed in the next room, was not aware that anything had happened until he heard groans.- He rushed as quickly as possible into the room and was shocked to see that the old lady had fallen right across the fire. Notwith standing that Mr., M'Cann was suffering with a bad arm, he managed to pull his wife out of the fire place, and with a couple of buckets of water, quenched the burning dress. He then ‘coo-ed’and assistance soon came to hand, but too late, death having taken place. A magisterial inquiry was held this after noon before the coroner (Mr. J. -Hart, J.P.,) when a verdict in accordance with the evidence Avas returned- The funeral is to be held on Sunday afternoon . Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 4 August 1905 p 4

McCann Elizabeth (Ramsay)

b. abt 1868 Mt Kembla d. 13/4/1944 Wollongong br. Wollongong Catholic

m. Patrick McCann (1868- 31/7/1902 Mt Kembla Mine Son of Felix McCann & Rosanna) 10/8/1896 St Francis Xavier’s

f. Henry Ramsay m. Honora Foran *

  1. (f) Roasanna Agnes McCann b. 10/6/1897 Mount Kembla 27697/1897 (Arthur F McCann 1916)
  2. (f) Mary McCann b. 1899 Wollongong 8465/1899 (Joseph Jones 1917)
  3. (m) Felix John McCann b. 1901 Wollongong 18334/1901 d. 1974

Husband died in Mt Kembla Mine disaster

The death on Thursday of last week of Mrs. Elizabeth McCann, of 16 Vickery street. Wollongong removes a highly esteemed citizen. Aged 76 years, she was the relict of the late Patrick McCann and mother of Rose (Mrs. A. Young) ; Mary (Mrs. T. Jones, of Young) and Son McCann. The remains were interred in the Wollongong Catholic Cemetery on Saturday. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 21 April 1944 p 5

McCann Frances Rebecca Margarite

d. 15/1/1911 Springwood

m. William Daniel McCann

  1. (m) Hector Duncan McDonald d. 1976

Living Birelli St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

IN loving memory of our dearly beloved wife and mother, Frances McCann, who died January 15th, 1911. Inserted by her loving husband and children Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 16 January 1912 p 2

McCann Lizzie Ethel May

Living Burelli St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

McCann Maria

m. Samuel McCann

  1. (m) Samuel McCann b. 1872 Wollongong

McCann Mary (Griffin)

b. abt 1814 Cork

m. Charles McCann (abt 1790- 10/6/1860 Wollongong Son of James McCann & Jane)

Convict Permission to Marry Index 1838 Wollongong

Ship: Elizabeth 11 1828

Sentence: 7 Years

Occupation: House girl

Prior convictions: Nil
Affence: Stealing money

McCann Mary see Stewart

McCardle/ McArdle Annie (McConnell)

b.abt 1860 d. 22/9/1940 Balmain br. Field of Mars

m. James McArdle 1884 Sydney

f. Patrick McConnell m. Mary *

  1. (m) James McCardle b. 1885 Balmain d. 1886 Balmain
  2. (f) Mary Ann McCardle b. 8/2/1888 Corrimal
  3. (m) John Glenarth McArdle b. 1/11/1892 Wollongong d. 1960 Hurstville

Living at Little Darling St Balmain when son John enlisted

McCARDLE. — September 22, 1940, at her residence, 8 North Street, Balmain, Annie, beloved wife of James McCardle, and loved mother of Marlon (May) and Jack. Aged 80 years. R.I.P. Wollongong and Victorian papers please copy. The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1931 - 1954) Monday 23 September 1940 p 14

McCarron Catherine

Living at Lakelands in 1903 Electoral Roll Domestic duties

McCarron Mary (Hickey then Unwin)

b. 1859 d. 1950 Cessnock

m. Samuel Unwin (-2/11/1896 Wyalong) 1878 Carcoar

m. Frank McCarron 1900 Wyalong

f. Edward Hickey m. ?

  1. (f) Catherine Unwin b. 1880 Carcoar 12253/1880 
  2. (m) William Henry Unwin b. 1882 Carcoar 13783/1882 
  3. (f) Florence Gordon Urwin b. 1884 Carcoar 16390/1884 
  4. (m) Walter B Unwin b. 1887 Kiama 25623/1887 
  5. (f) Eliza M Unwin b. 1889 Kiama 25140/1889 d. 1890 Kiama
  6. (m) John Unwin b. 1891 Kiama 17944/1891 
  7. (m) George J Unwin b. 1893 Kiama 18589/1893
  8. (f) Mary M Unwin b. 1895 Barmedman
  9. (m) Edward McCarron
  10. (m) Francis D McCarron b. 1903 Narrabri
  11. (m) Andrew McCarron
  12. (m) Leslie Andrew McCarron  b. 5/11/1909 Dora Creek

Her husband was bankrupt in 1891 while they were living at Bombo- I think he was killed in a mining accident ay Wyalong.

Late Mrs. Mary McCarron

A well-known and very, weir respected resident of the Cessnock district in the person of Mrs. Mary McCarron passed away last Thursday, after an Illness of about three month.

The late Mrs.1 McCarron would have been 91 years of age next month. With the exception of poor eyesight, due to a cataract, Mrs. McCarron was in full possession of her faculties, and for her age was most active.

Before her eyesight began to fail she was a keen reader and also enjoyed nothing better than a game of cards.

She followed horse racing and had her few bets every Saturday before she became ill.

She was a very interesting woman to speak to and had a wealth of tales to tell of her younger days. She often told of the time when she was employed at an inn in the Braidwood district when she danced with members of the Kelly gang including the famous Ned himself.

Mrs. McCarron came to Cessnock 30 years, ago from Haberfield with her husband, who predeceased her by 12 years.

She was the mother of 18 children, six of whom are still living. The children living are Mrs W. Poden, with whom she was living before her death, Messrs. Gordon Unwin, Jack Unwin, Ned McCarron, Frank McCarron, all of Cessnock, and Cr. Andrew McCarron, of Belmont

Mrs. McCarron left 31 grandchildren, 34 great grandchildren, and one great great grandchild.

She was buried in the Catholic portion of the Cessnock Cemetery last Friday. The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder (NSW : 1913 - 1954) Tuesday 4 July 1950 p 3

McCarron Mary Ann

Living at Lakelands in 1903 Electoral Roll Domestic duties

McCarthy Annie Angelina (Pepperrell)

b. abt 1871 d. 5/12/1952 Highgate Hill Qld br. Toowong Qld

m. John Joseph James McCarthy 1900 Armidale

f. James Henry Pepperrell m. Annie Green

  1. (m) Leslie J McCarthy b. 1901 Catherine Hill Bay
  2. (f) Juanita L McCarthy b. 1903 Albion Park (F Bruce-Lucas)
  3. (m) Cyril James McCarthy b. 12/8/1907 Qld
  4. (m) Claude Edgar McCarthy b. 9/7/1911 Qld

Living Shellharbour in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties.

Wedding at St. Peter's.—On Tuesday afternoon last St. Peter's Cathedral was the scene of a very pretty wedding, which attracted a large number of citizens to the spot. Tbe bride, who was most tastefully attired in white satin costume, wreath, and veil, and attended by two bridesmaids, was Miss Lena Pepperrell, and the bride groom was Mr. John J. J. McCarthy, both residents of Armidale- The Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (NSW : 1856 - 1861; 1863 - 1889; 1891 - 1954) Friday 24 August 1900 p 4

MCCARTHY. — The Funeral of Mrs. Annie Angelena McCarthy of ” Tiree.“' Gladstone Road. Highgate Hill, beloved Mother of Nita (Mrs. F. Bruce-Lucas, Pullenvale). Cyril (Brookfield) and Claude (Indooroopilly), will leave St. Andrew's Church of England, Vulture Street, South Brisbane, on conclusion of service commencing at 9.45 o'clock To-morrow (Saturday) Morning, for the Toowong Cemetery. Brisbane Telegraph (Qld. : 1948 - 1954) Friday 5 December 1952 p 6

McCarthy Bridget (Dermody/Dermotty/Darmotty/McDermott)

b. feb 1820 Callan Kilkenny d. 16/7/1896 Jamberoo br. Jamberoo Catholic

m. Denis McCarthy (abt 1800 Cork Ireland -19/6/1892 Jamberoo Son of Owen McCarthy & Margaret Donovan ) 17/8/1841 St Mary’s Sydney

f. James Dermody m. Ellen Murphy

Ship: Royal Consort 1840

  1. (f) Margaret McCarthy * b. 5/11/1842 Jamboroo (Thomas Condon 1866)
  2. (f) Catherine Louise McCarthy * b. 20/7/1844 Jamboroo (John Condon 1868)
  3. (f) Anastacia McCarthy b. 2/11/1846 Jamboroo
  4. (f) Ellen Augusta McCarty * b. 30/10/1848 Jambaroo d. 1875 Robertson (Edward Boyle 1869 )
  5. (f) Agnes McCarthy b. 10/1/1851 Jambaroo (John Dooley 1880)
  6. (f) Mary Ann McCarthy * b. 19/12/1852 Jamberoo Reg Kiama RC (John Ryan 1877)
  7. (f) Johanna McCarthy b. 4/1/1855 Jamberoo reg Kiama RC (Henry Palmer 1882)
  8. (f) Susanna McCarthy * b. 27/9/1856 Jamberoo bp Kiama RC d. 7/7/1921 Kiama ( George S Williams 1889 , Donald Bradney )
  9. (m) James Joseph McCarthy b. 1/10/1859 Jamberoo bp Kiama RC d. 1939 Wollongong (Nina Australia Moss * 1893)

Husband a farmer. When her second daughter was christened and her name was incorrectly recorded as Catherine Smith

Husband’s sister Johannah Daly *

McCarthy Ellen

Living Druewalla Jamberoo in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

McCarthy Ellen

b. abt 1822 Fethard Tipparary Ireland

parents unknown

Ship: Hope 1842

When she arrived she was with Thomas English and his wife Johanna Synott * and their family. She had been their servant for 9 years –since she was 11.

McCarthy Ellen (Kennedy)

m. John McCarthy

  1. (m) Patrick McCarthy b. 27/2/1856 Shellharbour reg Kiama RC
  2. (m) James McCarthy b. 23/9/1860 Shellharbour bp Kiama RC

Husband a labourer

McCarthy Ellen (Henesey/Ennesy)

b. 1835 d. 14/5/1897 Shellharbour br. Albion Park Catholic

m. John McCarthy (- after 1903)

f. John Hennesy m. Mary

  1. (m) John McCarthy b. 26/5/1857 Jamberoo bp Kiama RC
  2. (m) Denis McCarthy b. 23/2/1859 Shellharbour bp Kiama RC
  3. (m) Michael McCarthy b. 7/9/1865 Shellharbour bp Kiama RC d. 14/10/1904 Shelharbour br. Albion Park Catholic
  4. (f) Mary Mccarthy * b. 20/1/1868 Peterborough d. 15/2/1903 Shellharbour
  5. (m) Richard McCarthy b. abt 1869 Barrack Head Shellharbour d. 24/10/1932 Lismore

Husband a farmer

FRIDAY, MAY 17. A young man, 18 years named Dennis M Carthy. son of John M'Carthy, of Long Point, Shellharbour, was brought before H. Connell, P.M., and T. S. Kendall, J.P., at the instance of his family, lie being of unsound mind. The evidence of the father and the demeanour of the poor fellow in court was conclusive. Drs. H. J. and W. Tarrant gave the necessary medical evidence or certificate, and the young man was ordered to be sent to the reception house, Darlinghurst for medical treatment. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Tuesday 21 May 1878 p 2

The sudden death of Mrs. M'Carthy, which occurred last Friday, was a great shock to the people of Shellharbour, where the deceased lady was well-known, and highly esteemed. Mrs. M'Carthy, who was 62 years of age, transacted some little business in town, and was apparently in her usual health, but when she got home she suddenly became ill, and expired in a few moments. The funeral took place at the Albion Park cemetery, and was largely attended by those who had for many years admired the virtues of the deceased, — R.I.P. The Catholic Press (Sydney, NSW : 1895 - 1942) Saturday 22 May 1897 p 5

McCarthy Ellen (Timbs)

b. 1851 Albion Park d. 1915 Clifton Qld br. Clifton Qld

m. Patrick McCarthy (1844 Jamberoo- d. 1895 Kiama Son of Jonh McCarthy & Margaret McDonald *) 1871 Jamberoo

f. Gabriel Timbs m. Eliza Fogharty *

  1. (f) Margaret Eliza McCarthy b. 1872 Kiama (William Collins 1892)
  2. (m) Gabriel John McCarthy b. 1874 Kiama
  3. (m) Patrick Charles McCarthy b. 1876 Kiama
  4. (m) Joseph George McCarthy b. 1877 ( Annie Condon 1904)
  5. (f) Ada Mary Ellen McCarthy * b. 1879 Jamberoo ( Martin Badans 1900)
  6. (m) Thomas J McCarthy b. 1883 Kiama
  7. (m) David I McCarthy b. 1885 Kiama
  8. (m) Sylvester A McCarthy b. 1887 Kiama
  9. (m) Stanley E McCarthy b. 1890 Kiama

OBITUARY The late Mrs. Ellen McCarthy. Early last month there passed away at the “Allies” hospital, Clifton, Queensland, Mrs. Ellen McCarthy in her 66th year, after a short and painful attack   of pneumonia. Deceased was born in this district and was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Timbs, and married the late Patrick McCarthy who predeceased her about 20 years ago, who in life followed dairying pursuits at Druwalla, Jamberoo till his death. Deceased was a good devoted mother and notwithstanding the loss of her husband, battled heroically with her family at Druwalla till about ten years ago when she left this district to reside at “The Downs”, Queensland, with her two sons Stanley and Thomas. Only quite recently deceased paid a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Martin Badans, Jamberoo, and was in her   usual health, little dreaming it would be her last visit to the spot which was near and dear to her. During deceased's life she made many friends; she was kind hearted, true and friendly in her ways. Both deceased and her late husband were amongst the earliest district settlers, and they both saw many changes during the early history of the district and the great hardships the first settlers had to contend with in clearing the land. Deceased was interred in the Clifton (Queensland) cemetery the Rev Father Cosgrove officiating. There was a large and representative cortege as a last token of esteem. A family of two daughters and eight sons survive to mourn the loss of one who was very dear to their hearts: Mesdames W. Collins (Hurlstone Park) and M. W. Badans (Jamberoo) and Messrs. Gabriel and David (Tweed R. R.), Augustus, Walter, Joseph, Charles, Stanley and Thomas of Queensland. Twelve grandchildren also survive.   The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Wednesday 19 January 1916 p 2

McCarthy Fanny

m. Augustus McCarthy

  1. (m) Timothy McCarthy b. 1861 bp. CofE Jamberoo; Kiama; Shoalhaven

McCarthy Hannah (Brennan)

d. 1900 Sydney

m. Denis McCarthy (- before 1914) 1881 Kiama

f. John Brennan m. Mary McNamara *

  1. (m) John T McCarthy b. 1882 Kiama
  2. (m) James McCarthy b. 1883 Shoalhaven
  3. (m) Stanley P McCarthy b. 1884 Kangaroo Valley d. 24/7/1916 Villers-Bretonneux France
  4. (m) Denis McCarthy b. 1885 Shoalhaven

Lived at Kangaroo Valley

McCarthy Jane

m. William McCarthy

  1. (f) Violet M McCarthy b. 1888 Woonona

McCarthy Margaret (Beolin)

m. Thomas McCarthy 6/2/1842 Wollongong

Both resident Bulli Sister Mary Boelin was witness.

McCarthy Margaret (McDonald/McDonnell)

b. abt 1817 Clare Ireland d. 5/5/1888 Jamberoo br. Jamberoo RC

m. John McCarthy (abt 1806 Ireland – 1875 Jamberoo)

f. John McDonald m. ?

  1. (m) Patrick McCarthy b. 1844 Jamberoo d. 1895 Kiama (Ellen Timbs * 1871)
  2. (m) Owen McCarthy b. 1846 bp. Sydney St James d. 1918 Tamworth (Mary Fitzgerald * 1879)
  3. (m) James McCarthy b. 5/10/1850 Jamberoo
  4. (f) Bridget McCarthy b. 2/2/1854 Jamberoo reg Kiama RC
  5. (m) Thomas McCarthy b. 21/4/1860 Jamberoo bp Kiama RC (Mary A Brennan * 1880)

Husband a settler

McCarthy Mary

b. 20/1/1868 Peterborough d. 15/2/1903 Shellharbour br. Albion Park RC

f. John McCarthy m. Ellen Henesey *

Living Long Point in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

MISS MARY MCARTHY. At her residence on Sunday, 15th, at Shellharbour, the death took place of Miss Mary McCarthy, only daughter of Mr. J. M'Carthy.. The deceased lady, who was only 32years of age, was a native of the district, and highly repected by all with whom she came in contact, For some considerable time past she had very weak, but had only been confined, to her bed a few days prior to her demise, The funeral took place on Monday, the remains being interred in the R.U. Cetuetery, Albion Park, The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Tuesday 24 February 1903 p 2

Miss Mary M'Carthy, Shellharbour.

Miss Mary M'Carthy, only daughter of Mr, John M 'Carthy, died at her father’s residence, Shellbarbour, on Sunday last, at the age of 30. She received the last Sacraments on Saturday, and had a very peaceful death. The funeral took place in Albion Park Cemetery on Monday, and was, largely attended.— R.I.P. The Catholic Press (Sydney, NSW : 1895 - 1942) Thursday 26 February 1903 p 29

McCarthy Mary (Fitzgerald )

b. 1860 Shellharbour d. 1941 Tamworth br. West Tamworth

m. Owen McCarthy ( 1846 Sydney- 1918 Tamworth Son of John McCarthy & Margaret McDonald * ) 8/10/1879 Shell Harbour RC Chapel

f. James Fitzgerald m. Mary Malone *

  1. (f) Mary Ann McCarthy b. 1880 Kiama
  2. (f) Margaret McCarthy b. 1882 Kiama
  3. (f) Ellen McCarthy b. 1885 Kiama
  4. (m) John T McCarthy b. 1886 Kiama
  5. (m) James L McCarthy b. 1889 Kiama
  6. (f) Catherine McCarthy b. 1887 Kiama
  7. (m) Stephen McCarthy b. 1890 Kiama

McCarthy Mary (Murray)

b. 20/12/1827 Fermanagh Ireland d. 29/3/1860 Sydney

m. John McCarthy (1823-1859 Nowra ) 12/2/1847 St Mary’s Sydney

f. Charles Murray m. Susan Shannon *

Ship: Susan 1839

  1. (m) Charles McCarthy b. 23/8/1847 Wollongong d. 2/10/1921 Lismore (Mary Duffy 1879 )
  2. (f) Catherine McCarthy b. 1849 Yass (Thomas McGee 1865
  3. (f) Mary Susan McCarthy b. 26/11/1850 Shoalhaven (Timothy Brennan 1866)
  4. (m) James McCarthy b. 2/7/1852 Shoalhaven

After 1853 her husband become the proprietor and licensee of a public house called the ‘Steam Packet Inn’  located at Greenhills, next to the township of Terrara

McCarthy Mary Ann (Brennan)

b. 5/5/1859 Jamberoo bp. Kiama RC d. 1893 Randwick

m. Thomas McCarthy 1880 Kiama

f. John Brennan m. Mary McNamara *

  1. (f) Margaret M McCarthy b. 1881 Kiama d. 1883 Kiama
  2. (m) Joseph B McCarthy b. 1883 Kiama
  3. (m) Michael H McCarthy b. 1885 Shoalhaven
  4. (m) Gregory L McCarthy b. 1888 Kiama
  5. (m) John X McCarthy b. 1892 Kiama
  6. (m) James McCarthy b. 1894 Kiama
  7. (m) Patrick C McCarthy b. 1896 Kiama

Lived at Kangaroo Valley

McCarthy Nina Australia (Moss)

b. 11/12/1870 Lane Cove 985/1872 d. 11/12/1970 Lane Cove

m. James Joseph McCarthy (b. 1/10/1859 Jamberoo – 1939 Wollongong Son of Denis MCarthy & Bridget McDermott * ) 1893 Sydney 162/1893

f. Edwin Moss m. Emma Mary Rawnsley

  1. (m) James Joseph McCathy b. 1894 Kiama 17652/1894 d. 1964 Auburn
  2. (m) Raymond D P McCarthy b. 1896 Kiama 31497/1896 d. 1/3/1901 br Jamberoo
  3. (f) Mary E V McCarthy b. 1899 Kiama
  4. (f) Evelyn R McCarthy b. 1902 Kiama
  5. (f) Emma B G Mccarthy b. 1905 Kiama
  6. (m) Edward J R McCarthy b. 1907 Kiama
  7. (m) Reginald McCarthy b. 1910 Kiama
  8. (m) Brian McCarthy b. ? d. 1959 Sydney

£7 Increase In Alimony For Wife

A temporary alimony increase from £3 to £10 a week was ordered yesterday in favor of Mrs. Nina Australia McCarthy, 65. a former laundress.

Her husband, James Joseph McCarthy, 79, dairy farmer, of Jamberoo, had become wealthy recently, it was said at a previous hearing. He was a beneficiary under the will of

Following a judicial separation in 1920, McCarthy, paid his wife £3 a week permanent alimony.

To augment her income, Mrs. McCarthy, who is now 65, worked as a laundress at South Sydney Hospital, said Mr. Magney, who appeared for her yesterday before the Registrar in Divorce.

Since an accident in which she lost three fingers, she had been unable to continue her employment. The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1931 - 1954) Friday 10 December 1937

Her mother was educated at Kiama and her great grandparents Samuel and Caroline Perry were resident at Kiama.

Living Jamberoo in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties Husband a farmer, Auctioneer etc.

McCarthy Sarah

Living at Railway St Dapto in 1903 Electoral Roll Domestic duties

McCarthy Sarah Jane (Clifford)

b. abt 1851 Dapto b. 1/5/1934 br. Wollongong General

m. Martin McCarthy 1876 Bega

f. Thomas Clifford m. Elizabeth Rourke *

  1. (m) John McCarthy
  2. (m) Martin McCarthy
  3. (f) Sarah J McCarthy * b. 1882 Bega d. 29/9/1976 Mangerton ( Thomas Storey 1902)
  4. (f) Mary McCarthy (Swan)
  5. (f) Catherine McCarthy ( Joseph Roach 1904, Peter C Knowles 1929 )
  6. (f) Elizabeth McCarthy (Martin Engleman 1899)

McCauley/McAuley Agnes (Johnstone)

b. abt 1844 d. 17/7/1922 Bulli br. Bulli General

m. William McCauley (abt 1840 Berkeley - 8/2/1926 Bulli on of Samuel McCauley & Ann Kilpatrick * ) 1866 Wollongong 3406/1866

f. John Johnstone m. Jane

  1. (f) Margaret Elizabeth McCauley * b. 1869 Wollongong 19763/1869 d. 29/4/1939 West Maitland (Rees Bevan 1892)
  2. (m) John Stewart McCauley b. 1870 Wollongong 18971/1870 (Margaret Green * 1897)
  3. (m) William Charles McCauley b. 1871 Wollongong 19687/1871
  4. (f) Mary Jane McCauley * b. 1873 Wollongong 20898/1873 d. 1945 Bulli
  5. (m) George Walker McCauley b. 1876 Wollongong 22639/1876
  6. (m) Herbert W McCauley b. 1878 Wollongong 24798/1878
  7. (m) Percy Ernest McCauley b. 1880 Wollongong 27523/1880 d. 14/5/1952
  8. (f) Ida Emmaline McCauley b. 1882 Woonona 19761/1882 d. 18/2/1956
  9. (f) Ruby Lillian McCauley b. 1884 Woonona 23072/1884 d. 4/6/1968
  10. (f) Agnes A McCauley b. 1887 Woonona 25136/1887

Living at Thirroul in 1903 Electoral Roll Domestic duties

MARRIAGE. McCAULEY — JOHNSTON. — By special license, at   Bulli, on 30th ult., by the Rev. W. Chaucer, Mr. William McCauley, to Miss Agnes Johnston, both of the district. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 4 September 1866 p 2

McCauley/McAnley/McCaulay Anne (Kilpatrick)

b. 4/6/1817 Kilmorg Antrim Ireland d. 17/11/1905 Thirroul br. Woonona Presbyterian Cemetery

m. Samuel McCauley (1814 Ballintoy Antrim Ireland-22/6/1899 Thirroul Son of Alexander McCauley & Anne Paterson) 1836 Belfast Ireland

f. William Kilpatrick m. Sarah McLachlan

Ship: 1838 Mandarin

  1. (f) Anne Jane McCauley * b. 1837 Antrim ( John Maxwell 1857)
  2. (m) William McAuley b. 16/1/1840 Berkeley bp. Presbyterian Wollongong d. 8/2/1926 Bulli (Agnes Johnston * 1866)
  3. (m) Alexander McCauley b. 22/9/1843 Berkeley /Thirroul d. 9/12/1925 Corrimal (Eleanor Turner * 1871)
  4. (f) Sarah McCaulay * b. 10/4/1846 Berkeley bp. Presbyterian Wollongong d. 1898 Balmain South (Frederick Robbins 1866)
  5. (f) Mary Jane McAuley b. 14/5/1848 Bulli d. 28/5/1873 br. Woonona Presbyterian
  6. (f) Isabella McCauley * b. 5/10/1853 Thirroul d. 3/1/1943 Thirroul (Francis Robinson 1874)
  7. (m) George McCauley b. 28/5/1851 Bulli d 26/2/1932 Thirroul ( Louisa Jane Parkinson * 1877)
  8. (f) Elizabeth McCauley b 6/10/1853 Bulli

Living at Thirroul in 1903 Electoral Roll Domestic duties

(Listed as McAuley on grave record)

Mr Samuel McCauley was one of the very oldest residents of the Illawarra district when he died in June 1899 at his home in Thirroul. He arrived in Sydney from Ireland in 1838 after which he immediately came to the ‘Five Islands’ as the Illawarra was then popularly known. From the time of his arrival, he never lived outside the Illawarra area.

The first five years after his arrival he lived on the Berkeley Estate where he was one of several settlers who respectively cleared and cultivated the property. He left there to buy and settle on a farm in Thirroul, then known as North Bulli, until his death at age 85. He was survived by his wife aged 84. They had three sons, two daughters, fifty-seven grandchildren and thirty-eight great-grand children.

‘….The deceased was a true type of the grand old veteran colonisers who faced the wild woods of the country in the early days with strong hearts and hands and subdued the land for the convenience, advantage and enjoyment of succeeding generations.’ Obit. Kiama Independent, 29/6/1899 p.2

The McCauley land extended from the beach to the railway line, adjoining Bulli Pass and north to Fords Road. In 1906 the first land in Thirroul to be advertised for auction was submitted under the name of “MacCawley Park Estate”

McCauley Cecilia (Duffy)

b. 16/4/1808 Moville Co. Donegal Ireland d. 31/5/1885 Wollongong br. Wollongong Cemetery RC

m. Bernard McCauley (1784-21/3/1858) 1823 Moville Co. Donegal Ireland

Ship: Susan 1839

  1. (f) Catherine McCauley * b. 25/12/1823 Donegal Ireland d. 1901 Wollongong (Archibald Beatson 1856)
  2. (f) Anne McCauley * b. 1825 Moville Co.Donegal Ireland 25/1/1909 Conjola (James Murray 1855)
  3. (m) James McCauley b. 1825 Londonderry Ireland (Margaret Heffernan 1859)
  4. (m) John McCauley b. 1830 Londonderry Ireland d. 1915
  5. (f) Margaret McCauley * b. 1830 (William Davis 1855)
  6. (m) Robert McCauley b. 1832 Londonderry Ireland (Mary Ann ?)
  7. (m) Charles McCauley b. 1833 Moville Co.Donegal Ireland d. 1920 Moruya
  8. (f) Mary McCauley b. 1834 Londonderry Ireland
  9. (m) William McCauley b. 1834 Londonderry Ireland
  10. (m) Edward McCauly b. 7/7/1840 Wollongong

Mrs. McCauley, the lady referred to, and who passed away on Sunday morning last came to reside at Wollongong forty-five years ago, with her husband, the late Mr. Bernard McCauley. Shortly after their arrival from the old country, Mr. McCauley erected the Harp Inn, in Corrimal- street, and established the hotel business that has been carried on so successfully there ever since. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard McCauley were well and favourably known to all the old residents of Illawarra. The former, however, died in 1858, at the age of 72 years. Since then Mrs. McCauley led a quiet, unobtrusive life, residing from time to time with one and another of her family. Of late she lived with Mr. A. Beatson, of this town,   whose respected wife is a daughter of the deceased ; as also is Mrs. Davis, for many years the popular hostess of the Harp Inn, already referred to. Though feeble of late years, she remained fairly active until within a week before her death, when she became prostrated, as if by paralysis, her ripe old age, eighty-three years, having exhausted all her physical powers. Her remains were buried on Monday afternoon in the Roman Catholic cemetery, beside those of her late hus- band, the Rev. Father Carroll officating. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Thursday 4 June 1885 p 2

McCauley Eleanor Helen Ellen (Turner)

b. abt 1846 d. 9/0/1924 Corrimal br. Bulli General

m. Alexander McCauley (b. 22/9/1843 Berkeley /Thirroul - 9/12/1925 Corrimal Son of Samuel McCauley & Ann Kirkpatrick ) 1871 Glebe 1264/1871

  1. (f) Sophia Jean McCauley * b. 1872 Wollongong 19654/1872 d. 1956 Ashfield (Cornelius Strachan 1897)
  2. (f) Isabella Blanche McCauley * b. 1874 Wollongong 21470/1874 d. 1960 Bulli ( William Graham 1894)
  3. (f) Ellen May McCauley * b. 1876 Wollongong 22457/1876 (John Green 1897)
  4. (m) Alexander Royal MccCauley b. 1877 Wollongong 23105/1877
  5. (f) Lilly Gertude McCauley * b. 1880 Wollongong 27267/1880 (Herbert A Dixon 1903)
  6. (f) Elsie Beatrice Mccauley * b. 1881 Glebe 5906/1881 d. 24/10/1974 Keiraville (William Wilson 1903)
  7. (m) David H McCauley b. 1883 Glebe 6678/1883
  8. (m) Walter E McCauley b. 1886 Woonona 24512/1886
  9. (m) Samuel Armstrong McCauley b. 1888 Woonona 25767/1888 d. 26/8/1954 Darlinghurst
  10. (m) George C McCauley b. 1892 Woonona 39608/1892

Living at Corrimal in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

There passed away at Corrimal on Thursday morning, after a long illness, Mrs. A MacCauley, one of tho oldest residents of Illawarra, at the age of 78 years. The deceased lady, with her her family for many years lived at Thorruil but a number of years ago went to live at Corrimal. Mrs. McCauley was respected and loved by all who knew w for her kindly and charitable disostition. She leaves a husband and grownup family to mourn the loss of an affectionate mother. The family includes Messrs. S. and G. McCauley (Corrimal), D. McCauley (Singleton), Mrs. J Green, Mrs. W. Wilson (Corrimal) Mrs. W. Graham (Woonona), Mrs Strachan (Sydney), Mrs. Dixon (Cessnock). The interment took place in the Bulli Presbyterian cemetery this afternoon. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 10 October 1924 p 11

McCauley Ellen Lavinia (Knight)

b. 27/10/1878 Sherbrooke d. 20/6/1965 Thirroul br. Bulli General

m. Henry William McCauley ( 1879 Wollongong - 24/3/1944 Son of George McCauley & Louisa Parkinson * ) 17/6/1903 Woonona

f. John Knight m. Ellen Pearson *

  1. (f) Vera I McCauley b. 1904 Woonona 18417/1904 
  2. (m) Cecil R McCauley b. 1905 Woonona 29804/1905 
  3. (f) Linda P McCauley b. 1906 Murwillumbah 36912/1906 
  4. (m) Henry C McCauley b. 1908 Murwillumbah 5975/1908 
  5. (f) Doris E McCauley b. 1909 Byron Bay 2312/1909 
  6. (m) Clarence A McCauley b. 1911 Byron Bay 2463/1911 
  7. (m) Albert M McCauley b. 1913 Woonona 42099/1913 
  8. (f) Olive L McCauley b. 1915 Bulli 16446/1915 

Living at Bulli in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

McCauley Florence Louisa

b. 1878 Wollongong 24673/1878 d. 23/8/1947

f. George McCauley m. Louisa Jane Parkinson *

Living at Thirroul in 1903 Electoral Roll Domestic duties

McCaughley Isabella ?

m. McCaughley

Ship: abt 1850?

  1. (f) Isabella McCauley * b. abt 1844 Antrim Ireland d. 26/2/1925 Wollongong (John Hamilton 1866)

Daughter’s obituary states they settled in Kiama

McCauley Louisa Jane (Parkinson)

b. 1858 Muswellbrook d. 1933 Bulli

m. George McCauley (28/5/1851 Bulli - 26/2/1932 Thirroul Son of Samuel McCauley & Anne Kilpatrick * ) 18/4/1877

f. Henry William Parkinson m. Anne McDonald *

  1. (f) Florence Louisa McCauley * b. 1878 Wollongong 24673/1878 d. 23/8/1947
  2. (m) Henry William McCauley b. 1879 Wollongong 26176/1879 (Ellen L Knight * 1903)
  3. (m) George R M McCauley b. 1883 Woonona 21184/1883
  4. (m) Albert V McCauley b. 1885 Woonona 23692/1885
  5. (f) Amelia B McCauley b. 1887 Woonona 25190/1887
  6. (f) Stella M McCauley b. 1889 Woonona (Wyndham Jones 1916)
  7. (f) Vera M McCauley b. 1891 Woonona 39047/1891 (Cecil L C Martin 1912)
  8. (m) Arthur McCauley

Living at Thirroul in 1903 Electoral Roll Domestic duties

M'CAULEY -PARKINSON.- On the 18th April at St. Michael's Church, Wollongong, by Rev. Dean Ewing, George, youngest son of Samuel M'Cauley, Bulli, to Louisa Jane, third daughter of Henry William Parkinson, Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 4 May 1877 p 2


By the death of Mrs. Louisa Jane McCauley, which occurred on Saturday last, at her residence, Ocean View, Wrexham Farm, Thirroul has lost one of its oldest and most respected residents. . Relict of the late George McCauley, deceased was 75 years of age. Her husband died last year. Born at Muswellbrook, her maiden name being Parkinson, she resided with her parents at Watson's Bay for some years, and later at Woonona She married in St Michael’s Church, Wollongong, and ever since — 56 years — she had resided in the old family home (Ocean View) at Thirroul, where her husband was born.

A lover of the pure and beautiful in nature, the late Mrs. McCauley was a keen gardener and tended her plants with never-failing regularity. Her sterling character was an example to the community in which she lived. Her devotion to her home and to her church were outstanding features of the Christian life she led, while in the cause of charity she was always to the fore. the surviving family, Flo. Amy and Bert are still in the old home; Harry is married and resides with his wife and family on portion of the farm land at Thirroul; Arthur and George, are both married and reside with their wives and families in New Zealand; Vera (Mrs. C. C. Martin) lives at Lismore; while Stella (Mrs. Wyndham Jones) resides at Mt. Keira, and is well and favorably known throughout the district in the Girl Guide movement. The funeral, on Monday, was largely attended, all parts of the district being represented. Her last resting place is alongside the remains of her late husband, in the Presbyterian cemetery, Woonona South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 25 August 1933 p 8

McCauley Margaret (Green)

b. 1876 Wollongong 22604/1876 d. 1959 Bulli

m. John Stewart McCauley (1870 Wollongong- 1950 Bulli Son of William McCauley & Agnes Johnstone *) 1897 Woonona

f. William B Green m. Mary Hunter *

  1. (m) William Cecil McCauley b. 1898 Woonona d. 1961 Bulli
  2. (m) John Stewart McCauley b. 1900 Woonona d. 1969 Bulli
  3. (f) Gladys I McCauley b. 1901 Woonona
  4. (m) Kenneth Allan McCauley b. 1903 Woonona d. 1971 Bulli
  5. (m) Alban Ernest McCauley b. 1905 Woonona d. 1941 Wollongong
  6. (m) Edwin C McCauley b. 1908 Woonona

Living at Bulli Pass in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

McCauley Mary Jane

b. 1873 Wollongong 20898/1873 d. 1945 Bulli

f. William McCauley m. Agnes Johnstone *

Living at Thirroul in 1903 Electoral Roll Domestic duties

McCawley/McCauley Catherine (Olford)

m. William McCawley

  1. (f) Catherine McCauley * b. 1860 Shellhabour (George Slusher 1884)
  2. (f)? Rosanna McCawley b. d. 21/10/1883 Albion Park

McGeachie Catherine A (McCulloch)

b. 1873 Scotland

m. John McGeachie 1894

f. Peter McCulloch m. Sarah G *

Ship: Ormuz 1889

  1. David C McGeachie b. 1896 Helensburgh
  2. Peter McGeachie b. 1898 Woonona
  3. Sarah G McGeachie b. 1900 Woonona
  4. Lily McGeachie b. 1902 West Wallsend

McClelland Catherine (Crawley)

m. James McClelland 1858 Kiama

  1. (m) Robert McClelland b. 1859 Kiama 8425/1859

McClelland/McLeland Jane (Fitzpatrick)

b. abt 1823 Magheraculmoney Fermanagh Ireland d. 8/1/1889 Gerringong br. Nowra

m. John McClelland (abt 1817 Magheraculmoney Fermanagh- 29/9/1896 Berry Son of Robert McClelland & Sarah Armstrong * ) 1839 Co. Fermanagh, Ireland

f. William FitzPatrick m. Anne

Ship: 1842 Wilson

  1. (f) Sarah Jane McClelland * b. 1842 Kiama d. 1938 Kiama (Robert Ellis 1864, William H Thomas 1884 )
  2. (m) William McClelland b. 1844 Foxground bp. CofE Dapto;Wollongong d. 1918 Nowra (Mary Jane Armstrong 1868)
  3. (f) Ann McClelland * b. 5/7/1845 Riversdale Kiama V18451821 30A/1845 (James Henry 1870)
  4. (m) Robert McClelland b. 18/2/1847 Riversdale Kiama bp. CofE Jamberoo; Kiama; Shoalhaven (Susannah Jarrett * 1875)
  5. (m) Edward McClelland b. 5/11/1848 Riversdale Kiama V18482401 33A/1848 (Margaret Jemima Henry * 1871)
  6. (m) James McClelland b. 18/5/1851 Shellharbour bp. CofE Jamberoo; Kiama ; Shoalhaven V18513943 39A/1851 d. 10/7/1923 Murwillumbah (Jane Wilson * 1877)
  7. (f) Margaret McClelland * b. 27/6/1852 bp. CofE Jamberoo; Kiama ; Shoalhaven (Samuel Risk 1873 )
  8. (m) John Johnstone McClelland b. 11/5/1854 Kiama d. 18/7/1923 Berry (Kate M Hancock 1893 )
  9. (f) Isabella McClennan b. 3/3/1856 Foxground (Samuel Dillon 1875)
  10. (m) Andrew McClelland b. 27/5/1858 bp. CofE Jamberoo; Kiama ; Shoalhaven d. 1858
  11. (f) Mary McClelland b. 1860 Foxground (Bryce Henry 1880)
  12. (f) Frances McClelland b. 4/3/1862 d. 1924 North Sydney (James Linklater 1884)

On Thursday, the 11th instant, at Gerringong, Kiama, the wife of Mr. John M'Clelland, of a son Empire 18 May 1854

At the residence of her son Edward, Mount Pleasant, Jane, wife of Mr. John McClelland, late of Foxground, aged 67 years. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Tuesday 22 January 1889 p 2

McClelland Jane (Wilson)

b. abt 1856 Fermanagh Ireland d. 18/12/1889 Milton

m. James McClelland ( 18/5/1851 Shellharbour – 30/7/1923 Murwillumbah Son of John McClelland & Jane Fitzpatrick *) 16/5/1877 Kiama

f. Robert Wilson m. Mary Ann Armstrong *

  1. (m) James Luther McClelland b. 4/4/1879 Foxground d. 1942 Rockdale (Caroline J P Gall 1910)
  2. (m) Robert John McClelland b. 27/12/1880 Camberwarra d. 7/6/1917 Messines Belgium
  3. (f) Mary Jane McClelland b. 18/9/1882 Camberwarra d. 16/3/1967 Goraki (Frederick F Stlyes 1911)
  4. (m) Albert Edward McClelland b. 3/6/1884 Camberwarra d. 28/2/1949 Blue Knob
  5. (m) Ernest Andrew McClelland b. 24/2/1886 Camberwarra d. 15/6/1954 Blue Knob (Flora E Rowan 1911)
  6. (m) William Leslie McClelland b. 7/12/1887 Camberwarra d. 16/6/1946 Mackay Qld

She was a twin.

McCLELLAND.—At Cambewarra, on Dec. 27th, 1880, Mrs. James McClelland of a son. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Friday 31 December 1880 p 2

McCLELLAND - June 3rd, at her residence, Brown's Mountain, Cambewarra, the wife of James McClelland of a son. Both doing well. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Friday 6 June 1884 p 2

McCLELLAND - On 24th February, Mrs. J. McClelland, Brown Mountain, Cambewarra, of a son. Both doing well, The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Tuesday 2 March 1886 p 2

McClelland Margaret (Ewart or Henry)

b. abt 1829 Scotland d. 28/10/1873 Nerriga br. Nerriga

m. Andrew McClelland ( Fermangh Ireland –18/5/1871 Nerriga Son of Robert McClelland & Sarah Armstrong *) 14/10/1851 Kiama

f. William Henry m. Frances Thornton

The information regarding marriage and deaths is taken from marriage and death certificates for Andrew and Margaret. The marriage certificate states Margaret’s maiden name was “Ewart or Henry”.

ON October 29, at her residence, Nerriga, MARGARET, the beloved wife of Mr. Andrew McClelland, after the short but severe illness of seven days of inflammation of the lungs, in the 67th year of her age. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 20 November 1873 p 2

McClelland Margaret Jemima (Henry)

b. 1847 Ardess, Fermanagh, Ireland d. 10/10/ 1924 Crooked River br. Kiama General

m. Edward McClelland (5/11/1848 Riversdale, Kiama- 2/6/1928 Omega Son of John McClelland & Jane Fitzpatrick *) 8/6/ 1871 Gerringong

f. William Henry m. Mary Emery *

  1. (m) Thomas William McClelland b. 22/2/1872 Foxground d. 1953 (Eva D Webb 1920)
  2. (f) Annie McClelland * b. 7/6/1873 Kiama d. 1952 (William Dixon Vidler 1907)
  3. (f) Margaret McClelland * b. 23/10/1874 Kiama d. 6/7/1899 Lismore (Samuel Robert Arthur 1895)
  4. (f) Mary Jane McClelland * b. 30/11/1876 Foxground d. 1959 (James Grey 1898)
  5. (f) Elizabeth Adeline McClelland * b. 1/5/1877 Foxground d. 1961 (Thomas J Weir 1906)
  6. (m) Edward Ernest McClelland b. 10/3/ 1880 Kiama d. 1940 (Jessie Isabel Henry 1920)
  7. (m) John Johnston McClelland b. 6/8/1881 Foxground d. 1968(Avoca Elizabeth Middleton 1911)
  8. (m) Albert James McClelland b. 2/11/1882 Foxground d. 1949
  9. (f) Ivy Olive McClelland b. 8/9/1884 Foxground d. 1955 (James Harvison Emery 1908)
  10. (m) Henry Oswald McClelland b. 6/12/1885 Kiama d. 3/7/1969 (Marion Louise Wilson 1919)
  11. (f) Gertrude Lillias McClelland b. 29/11/1887 Foxground d. 1964 (Robert Ernest McCelland 1910)

Living Mt Pleasant Gerringong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

ON June 8th, by special license, by the Rev. S. Wilkinson, Wesleyan minister, EDWARD, third son of Mr. John McCLELLAND, Foxground, to MARGARET JEMIMA, fourth daughter of Mrs. HENRY, Primrose Hill, Kiama. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 15 June 1871 p 2

OBITUARY. MRS. MARGARET McCLELLAND. Another link with the early history of the district was severed early on Friday morning of last week with the death of Mrs. Margaret McClelland, wife of Mr. Edward McClelland of Mt. Pleasant, Omega. Seemingly in the best of' health she was at the Crooked River with her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Emery spending a holiday, when she was taken with a sudden seizure, which carried her off in a few hours. Medical attention was kindly given by Dr. George, who lives in the vicinity, until Dr. Corner came in attendance, but nothing could be done for her and she passed peace fully away about 4 a.m., conscious to the last.     The news of her death was received with deep regret by the many friends of herself and family, and an evidence of this was seen in the very large number who attended the funeral on Sunday to pay a last tribute of respect to her memory. Mrs. McClelland possessed those fine hospitable, neighbourly characteristics for which the early settlers of the district are so well-known, but her chief interest in life was centred in her home, where she was a most devoted wife and mother. There she will be sadly missed, especially by her aged husband, whom she always affectionately called “Dad.” Five sons and five daughters survive to mourn the loss of a loving mother, viz., Thomas (Kangaroo Valley), Ernest (Yanco), John (Mittagong), Albert (Bucca Creek, North Coast), and Oswald (who resided with the parents), and Mrs. W. D. Vidler (Wollongong), Mrs. Jas. Grey (Broken Hill), Mrs. Thos. Weir (Bushbank), Mrs. J. H. Emery (Crooked River), and Mrs. R. G. McClelland (Berry). Another daughter (Mrs. Samuel Arthur) died about 20 years ago.

Mrs. McClelland was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Henry, and at the age of 5 years came with her parents from County Fermanagh   (North of Ireland) 71 years ago. The family first settled at Primrose Hill, the farm now owned by Mr. O. J. Alexander, near the Ironbark Range, and lived there for some years. Later when she married, Mr. McClelland, she and her husband went to the Foxground, and afterwards to Mt. Pleasant, where they have resided for 87 years. The graveside service at North Kiama cemetery The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Saturday 18 October 1924 p 2

McClelland Mary see McPherson

McClelland Martha (Boyd)

b. abt 1852 Irvine Ayrshire Scotland d. 18/11/1921 Balmain

m. Hamilton McClelland (1853 Ayrshire Scotland -19/11/1935 Rozelle Son of John McClelland & Agnes Muir)

f. John Boyd m. Elizabeth Dempster

Ship: 1885 Duke of Buccleuch into Qld

  1. (m) John McClelland b. 1872 d. 1873
  2. (m) William Boyd McClelland b. 1875 d. 1875
  3. (f) Elizabeth Boyd McClelland b. 1875 d. 1875
  4. (m) Hamilton McCelland b. 1876 Stevenston Ayreshire Scotland d. 1908 Newcastle
  5. (f) Margaret Boyd McClelland b. 1878 d. 1880
  6. (f) Annie Hendry McClelland * b. 1880 Ayrshire Scotland d. 1917 Wallsend (William Hemmings 1898)
  7. (m) John Boyd McClelland b. 1882 d. 1882
  8. (f) Rosetta Boyd McClelland b. 1883 d. 1884
  9. (f) Lozinda McClelland b. 1885 at sea d. 2/4/1965 Cammeray (Arthur Bulgin 1914)
  10. (f) Esther McClelland b. 1887 Woonona d. 1887 Woonona
  11. (m) James Boyd McClelland b. 1887 Woonona d. 1887 Woonona
  12. (f) Martha Boyd McClelleand b. 10/10/1889 Woonona d. 3/12/1961
  13. (m) Andrew Muir McClelland b. 1891 Woonona d. 1891 Woonona
  14. (f) Mary McClelland b. 1893 Woonona d. 1901 Balmain South
  15. (m) Thomas McClelland b. 24/7/1895 Minmi d. 30/3/1941 Kempsey

McCLELLAND.— November 18th, 1921, at her residence, 9 Hampton Street, Balmain, Martha, the dearly loved wife of Hamilton McClelland; aged 69 years The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930) Saturday 19 November 1921 Page 10

Husband a shipwright.

McClelland/McLelland Sarah (Armstrong )

b. abt 1792 Fermanagh Ireland d. 20/2/1886 Broughton Creek

m. Robert McClelland (abt 1798 - 12/8/1864 Foxground Son of Robert McClelland & Jane Brady)

  1. (m) John McClelland b. abt 1820 Fermanagh Ireland d. 1896 (Jane Fitzpatrick * 1839)
  2. (m) James McClelland b. 1822 Fermanagh Ireland
  3. (m) Andrew McClelland b. 1824 Fermanagh Ireland d. 1892 (Margaret Ewart or Henry * )

McLELLAND - February 20th, at the residence of her grandson, Mr. Robert McLelland, Broughton Creek, Mrs. Sarah McLelland, aged 114 years. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Tuesday 2 March 1886 p 2

McClelland Susannah (Jarrett)

b. abt 1856 Jamberoo d. 31/5/1940 Berry

m. Robert McClelland (18/2/1847 Riversdale Kiama – 28/3/1915 Berry Son of John McClelland & Jane Fitzpatrick * )1875 Kiama

f. Henry Jarrett m. Jane Barnes *

  1. (m) John Henry McClelland b. 1875 d. 4/7/1943 (Hilda Hackett)
  2. (m) Frances Jane McClellland b. 1879 Shoalhaven (John Masters)
  3. (m) Robert Thomas McClelland b. 1880 Shoalhaven d. 25/12/1975 Lismore (Alice Maud E Woods)
  4. (m) Charles Ernest McClelland b. 1883 Shoalhaven (Minnie B Abernethy)
  5. (f) Margaret A McClelland b. 1885 Shoalhaven (George H Williams )
  6. (f) Mabel Lillian McClelland b. (Alfred Hanlon)
  7. (m) Samuel Roy McClelland b. (Marion Gilmore )
  8. (f) Annie McClelland b. 1891 Berry d. 28/1/1949 Berry
  9. (f) Georgina Alice McClelland b. 1893 Berry (Edmund C Boxsell)
  10. (m) Reginald Leopold McClelland b. 1898 Berry

McClennan Winifred (Furlong)

b. 17/8/1864 Kilflyn Kerry Ireland d. 12/10/1938 Cambridge New Zealand br. Hillsborough Cemetery Auckland N Z

m. James Edward McClennan ( Australia- 25/4/1838 Cambridge NZ ) 1885 NZ

f. Martin Furlong m. Ellen Behan

  1. (m) James E McClennan b. 1886 Sydney 2154/1886
  2. (m) Jerome Augustus McClennan b. 13/3/1888 Mt Pleasant 25543/1888
  3. (m) Martin H McClennan b. 1890 Lambton 18070/1890
  4. (f) Florence M G McClennan b. 1893 Adamstown 3396/1893
  5. (m) William Joseph McClennan b. 1895 Adamstown
  6. (m) John McClennan b. 1898 Adamstown 691/1898
  7. (m) Cyril B McClennan b. 1900 Adamstown 720/1900

Returned to New Zealand in about 1902. Emigrated following her parents to NZ in 1880 on the Wanganui

McClintock Annie (Robb)

b. 1858 Riversdale Kiama d. 28/8/1942 Parramatta

m. Samuel McClintock (1855 Pres. Bowenfels Vale of Clwydd – 1/8/1890 Petersham Station accident Son of William McClintock & Martha McClintock * ) 20/2/1884 Kiama

f. James Robb m. Agnes Frances McIntosh *

  1. (m) Harold J McClintock b. 20/1/1885 Kiama
  2. (m) Herbert William McClintock b. 1887 Taree
  3. (m) Norman L McClintock b. 1887 Taree

Living Shoalhaven St Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

McCLINTOCK-ROBB. - February 20th, at   the residence of Mrs. James Robb, jun., Kiama, by the Rev. J. Wilson, M.A., Samuel McClintock, son of William McClintock, Manning-street,   Kiama, to Annie Robb, daughter of the late James Robb, J.P., Riversdale, Kiama. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Tuesday 26 February 1884 p 2

M'CLINTOCK.-On January 20, at her residence, Lom Cottage, Kiama, the wife of S. M'Clintack, of a son. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Friday 23 January 1885 p 2

OBITUARY MRS. ANNIE McCLINTOCK. A link with the very early days of this district was severed by the death on Friday last of Mrs. Annie McClintock, which occurred at the Parramatta Hospital, following an accident a few weeks previously, when she had suffered a fractured hip. Mrs. McClintock was born at Riversdale 84 years ago, the youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Robb, and she was the last surviving member of their family of fourteen sons and daughters. She married Mr. Samuel McClintock, who predeceased her 52 years ago. For some time she had been living with her son, Bert, at Marylands, and besides him is survived by two other sons, Harold, Marylands, and Norman, Wingham, to whom with other members of the family sympathy is extended in their bereavement. The funeral took place on Saturday last at the Crematorium, following a service at the Presbyterian Church. The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal (NSW : 1899 - 1947) Wednesday 2 September 1942 p 2

McClintock Jane Bowes (Curry)

b. abt 1823 Tyronne Ireland d. 1919 Haberfield br. Cootamundra

m. John McClintock (abt 1815 Ireland – 3/4/1895 Cootamundra Son of John McClintock & Rebecca Latta) 1851 Presbyterian Wollongong V18514494 74B

f. John Curry m. Margaret Bowes *

  1. (m) William McClintock b. 1853 (Martha McClintock * 1883)
  2. (m) James McClintock b. 1858 Kiama
  3. (f) Rebecca McClintock b. 1858 Kiama
  4. (f) Martha J McClintock b. 1862 Kiama d. 1950 Casino ( Albert Charles Waldron 1885)
  5. (f) Cecilia H McClintock b. 1865 Kiama
  6. (m) John W McClintock b. 1866 Kiama
  7. (m) Walter McClintock b. 1868 Kiama d. 1933 Cootamundra

The Late Mrs. McClintock.

The remains of the late Mrs. John McCIintock, sen., were interred in the Presbyterian portion of tho general cemetery, Cootamundra, on Thursday morning, the Rev. John Erright officiating at the grave and also at the service preceding at the Presbyterian Church, where the venerable lady had worshipped for so many years. Not withstanding that the weather was showery, a large number paid their last respects to one who had been a very dear friend, at the same time showing sympathy with one of the most esteemed families which the early pioneers of this district have raised. We heard one old friend say of the deceased, 'Next to my own mo ther, she is the finest woman I ever knew. Though blind for the latter part of her 96 years, the veteran was of a cheery nature, and everyone who knew her loved to have a chat with her. Cootamundra missed her when she and her daughter went away, a couple of years ago, to live at Haberfield. What a wonderfully long and useful life was hers! It is hard to realise , what great heroines were the founders of the esteemed generations in our district today. We wot not what we owe to motherhood such as hers. But the long innings is closed at last, and, like most of the pioneers about here, the good lady has gone over to the great majority. Kindly references were made at the meeting off the Town Council on Thursday night. The late Mrs. Jane McCIintock was a native of County Tyrone, Ireland. Her husband, the late Mr.F John, Mc Clintock, who died twenty, years ago also came from the north of Ireland. They met in Australia, and married, residing for eleven years at Jerringong, and a similar period at Robertson, coming to Frampton Estate, Coota mundra, in 1880. Most of their South Coast folk who settled about here were successful in every sense of the term. Mr. E., J. Curry and the late Mr.Walter Curry were brothers of the subject of our notice. Two of the five sons, William and James McClintock; reside at Narrabri, on 'Carumbi,' a fine property which they named after the station they formerly held in this disrtrict. Cootamundra Herald (NSW : 1877 - 1957) Saturday 31 May 1919 p 4

McClintock Martha (Robinson)

d. 20/5/1908 Cootamundra

m. William McClintock (abt 1819 -after 1883 Son of John McClintock & Rebacca Latta ) 26/2/1834 Newtowncunningham Ireland

f. William Robinson m. Ann Latta

Ship: abt 1838

  1. (m) William McClintock b. 1835 Donegal d. 27/11/1852
  2. (m) John McClintock b. 1837 Ireland d. 18/1/1911 Eigowra Cargo (Sarah McAdam 1867, Ellen E Gorange 1870)
  3. (m) James McClintock b. 1838 d. 1925 Wyalong West (Agnes Jamison 1877)
  4. (f) Ann Jane McClintock b. 11/12/1838 d. 13/4/1867 Pipers Flat (Alexander McLennan 1860)
  5. (f) Catherine McClintock b. 1840 Hartley (George Stevenson 1868)
  6. (f) Matilda MClintock b. 1841 d. 24/2/1875 Hartley (Thomas B Bryant 1866)
  7. (f) Margaret McClintock b. 1844 Bowenfels d. 1878 Hartley (John Wilson 1862)
  8. (f) Eliza McClintock b. 1847 Bowenfeld d. 16/11/1849
  9. (f) Sarah McClintock b. 1850 Hartley (Charles H Kellett 1872)
  10. (m) William McClintock b. 1853 Bowenfels
  11. (m) Samuel McClintock b. 1855 Preby. Bowenfels Vale of Clwydd– 1/8/1890 Petersham Station (Annie Robb *1884)
  12. (f) Martha McClintock b. 1856 Hartley d. 1903 Cootamundra ( William McClintock 1883)
  13. (f) Eliza McClintock b. 1858 Hartley (Duncan McDermot 1890)


The death took place at “Wilga,” Hurley-street, Cootamuudra, on Wednesday last week, at Mrs. Martha McClintock, at the advanced age of 93 years. The deceased lady was, (says the “Cootamuudra Liberal”) a resident, of Cootamundra for nine years, living with her daughter, Mrs. E. McDermid. Deceased was born in the North of Ireland, and came out to New South Wales in 1837, settling in the Bathurst district. She was often heard to say that she saw the time when land could be purchased in George-street, Sydney, at half-a-crown an acre. Sydney's principal thoroughfare contained but a few bark huts on her arrival in Port Jackson in 1837.

After a sojourn of a few years at Campbell's River, the deceased went to Rydal, where she resided, with her husband and family, for about 10 years. On arrival at Rydal, roads were being made by the convicts over the mountains. The deceased lady's oldest daughter was the first white girl born in the Bathurst district, and was known as the “heiress of Bathurst.” From Rydal the deceased, her husband, and family proceeded to Kiama, and from there came to Cootamundra, taking up a residence on the Temora road. While here the deceased's husband, Mr. William McClintock, died, and his remains were interred in the local cemetery just 19 years ago.

After her husband's death the deceased lady went to the Manning River district, and remained there some few years, after which she again returned to Cootamundra, where she remained up to the time of her death. The deceased, leaves four daughters, Mrs. George Stevenson (Wagga), Mrs. R. Walsh (Eugowra), Mrs. S. Kellet (Penrith), and Mrs. E. McDermid (Cootamundra); also two sons, Mr. John McClintock (Eugowra), and Mr. James McCIintock (Wyalong.). There are also three sons and five daughters deceased. There are in all, 150 descendants of the deceased lady, including 83 grandchildren, 53 great grandchildren, and four great great grandchildren.

The funeral took place on Friday afternoon, and was well attended. The remains were interred alongside those of her late husband, in the Presbyterian portion of the local cemetery.

A correspondent states that amongst the grandchildren resident in this district are Mrs. Simon James (Lithgow.), and Miss Minnie and Mr. Sam Wilson, (Mount Victoria). The Thomson, Doig, Wilson, Burke, Holt, and Cameron families of this district, are also closely relat-ed to Mrs. McClintock. Lithgow Mercury (NSW : 1898 - 1954) Friday 29 May 1908 p 2

McClintock Martha (McClintock)

b. 1856 Hartley d. 24/11/1903 Carumbi

m. William McClintock (1853 – 1926 Murwillumbah Son of John McClintock & Jane Curry *) 18/4/1883 Kiama

f. William McClintock m. Martha Robinson *

MARRIAGE.   McCLINTOCK-M'CLINTOCK. - April 18th, at the residence of the bride's parents, Kiama, by the Rev. J. Wilson, M.A., William, eldest son of Mr. John McClintock, of Frampton, Cootamundra, to Martha, eighth daughter of Mr. William M'Clintock, Kiama. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Friday 20 April 1883 p 2

Death.— It is with sad feelings that we have to record the death, yesterday morning, of Mrs. William McClintock, of Carumbi.

Hers was a long trial of wasting prostration, and Death must have been a welcome ministering angel to her. She was in the. Prime of life as to age, and was a member of large happy family circles, here and in the south coast districts'. Cootamundra Herald (NSW : 1877 - 1954) Wednesday 25 November 1903 p 2

McCloskie Mary (Frew)

b. abt 1842 Dundalth Louth Ireland d. 8/6/1939 Wollongong br. Bulli General

m. Oswald McCloskie (abt 1838 Cork Ireland -7/12/1915 Bellambi) 1861 Tremonfeekin Louth Ireland

f. James Frew m. Anne

  1. (m) William James McCloskie b. 1861 Rathcoole Ireland d. 1952 Maitland (Isabella Burns 1881)
  2. (m) Douglas McGregor McCloskie b. 1865 Rathcoole Ireland d. 1871 Dunshaughlin Ireland
  3. (f) Lillium Viola McCloskie b. 10/4/1867 Killen Meath Ireland d. 1871 Dunshaughlin Ireland
  4. (f) Matilda Louise McCloskie b. 16/1/1869 Killen Meath Ireland d. 1940 Bathurst (Robert S McPhillamy 1889)
  5. (f) Mary McCloskie b. 1870 d. 1870 Killen Meath Ireland
  6. f) Medora Florence McCloskie * b. 19/5/1873 Tara Killen Meath Ireland d. 5/7/1951 Marrickville (Charles Dalby 1895 )
  7. (m) Oswald William McCloskie b. 24/3/1874 Tara Killen Meath Ireland d. 2/2/1930 Bulli (Harriet Stevenson 1903)
  8. (f) Maria McCloskie b. 5/11/1875 Tara Killen Meath Ireland d. 1875 Killen Meath Ireland
  9. (f) Mary McCloskie b. 18/5/1877 d. 25/5/1877 Qld
  10. (f) Anne Jane McCloskie * b. 18/8/1878 d. 1962 Bulli (Claude M Hamilton 1903)
  11. (f) Laura Lizetta McCloskie * b. 1880 Newtown ( Charles Dalby 1896)
  12. (f) Fanny McCloskie b. 1883 Newtown d. 1884 Petersham
  13. (f) Essie Anna McCloskie b. 1885 Petersham d. 22/2/1953 Wollongong (Douglas Lewis 1903)
  14. (f) Harriet McCloskie b. d. 1954 Hurstville (Hermann Meyer 1880)

Living at Bellambi in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Death of Mr. O. McCloskie.

Mr. W. J. McCloskie, caretaker of the Technological Museum, received the sad news yesterday, afternoon that his father, Mr. Oswald McCloskie, of Bellambi, had passed away. He was in his 80th year. Four years ago the late Mr. McCloskie, while staying at a hotel in Redfern, was accidentally gassed in his room, apparently having neglected to turn the gas off, and he had never recovered from the effects. He was a horticulturist, and landscape gardener, and held a certificate from the Royal Gardens, Kew, London. He was a great student, and for some years, when in the old country, was the representative of th 'Dublin Gardener Chronicle' in Ireland. He is survived by a widow and family of eight children. The Maitland Daily Mercury (NSW : 1894 - 1939) Wednesday 8 December 1915

Mrs. Mary McCloskie, of Rothery street, Corrimal, died in Wollongong Hospital yesterday. She was in her 97th year. The funeral will leave her daughter's residence (Mrs. D. Lewis, 4 Rotnery st.) this afternoon. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 9 June 1939 p 9

McCloskey Honora (Luigley)

m. John McCloskey 1889 Newtown

Living at Corrimal in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. With John McCloskey a miner.

McCloy Catherine (Kelly)

d. 1921 Eden 11493/1921

m. Robert McCloy (- 1906 Ryde Son of William McCloy & Mary Judge *) 2/6/1852 Wollongong

f.Michael Kelly m. Penelope

Both resident Shellharbour

  1. (m) Robert McCloy b. 1850 Wollongong
  2. (m) William McCloy b. 14/3/1853 Shellharbour V18532490 70/1853 Reg Kiama RC  
  3. (m) Michael McCloy b. 8/9/1854 Shellharbour reg Kiama RC d. 1935 Mt Keira (Lucy Carter * 1881)
  4. (f) Mary Jane McCloy b. 17/6/1856 Shellharbour reg Kiama RC 5164/1856
  5. (f) Catherine McCloy b. 20/7/1858 Shellharbour bp Kiama RC 8111/1858
  6. (m) Robert McCloy b. 15/11/1859 Dapto 14261/1859
  7. (m) John McCloy b. 22/10/1861 West Dapto 14486/1861
  8. (m) Patrick McCloy b. 26/5/1863 West Dapto 15057/1863 d. 1933 Narraburra
  9. (f) Alice McCloy b. 11/5/1865 West Dapto 16920/1865
  10. (f) Bridget/Elizabeth McCloy b. 20/9/1867 Dapto 18069/1867
  11. (m) Thomas McCloy b. 28/12/1869 Dapto 18895/1870
  12. (f) Isabella McCloy b. 15/2/1874 Dapto 21443/1874

Husband a farmer /settler

McCloy/MacCloy Lucy (Carter/Cardew)

b. abt 1858 Shellharbour d. 8/9/1938 Wollongong br. Brownsville Anglican

m. Michael McCloy (8/9/1854 Shellharbour – 1935 Mt Keira Son of Robert McCloy & Catherine Kelly *) 1881 Dapto RC 4440/1881

f. Charles Carter m. Mary Holden *

  1. (m) Alfred Ernest McCloy b. 27/8/1882 Fig Tree/Dapto 19613/1882
  2. (m) William McCloy b. 27/6/1884 Dapto 22862/1884
  3. (f) Florence A McCloy b. 1886 Wollongong 24370/1886 (Thomas E Epps)
  4. (m) Charles T McCloy b. 1888 Wollongong
  5. (f) Ethel M McCloy b. 1890 Wollongong 37906/1890
  6. (f) Ada B McCloy b. 1892 Wollongong 38946/1892
  7. (m) Michael Bertram McCloy b. 1896 Wollongong d. 5/5/1983
  8. (f) Violet E McCloy b. 1898 Wollongong 17450/1898
  9. (f) Ivy I McCloy b. 1900 Wollongong 36839/1900

Living at Figtree in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a farmer.


Sympathy is felt for the relatives of Mrs McCloy, senr., who passed away yesterday, at the residence, of her son, Mr. C. T. McCloy, Market-st., Wollongong, aged 83. The late Mrs. , Mc Cloy was an old and highly respected resident of Wollongong, and sympathy is felt for surviving members of her family, viz., Ernest, William, Bert and Charles McCloy; Mrs. Epps, Mrs, Gordon .Matthews, Mrs. Burling, Mrs. Crabtree and Mrs. Potts. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 9 September 1938 p 14

McCloy/McLoy Maria/Mary (Judge)

b. 9/6/1805 Larne Antrim d. 27/3/1873 West Dapto br. Dapto

m. William McCloy (4/3/1801 Derry Ireland- 4/7/1857 West Dapto Son of Robert McCloy & Catherine Brown)

f. John Judge m. Maria Scullan

Ship: 1840 Formosa

Occupation : Houseservant

  1. (m) John McCloy b. 5/11/1822 Ireland
  2. (m) Robert McCloy b. 8/7/1825 Ireland (Catherine Kelly * 1852)
  3. (f) Jane McCloy b. 7/3/1827 Ireland
  4. (m) James McCloy b. ?/8/1834 Ireland
  5. (f) Maria McCloy b. ?/8/1836 Ireland
  6. (f) Ellen McCloy b. abt 1838 Ireland
  7. (f) Alice McCloy b. abt 1845 Wollongong d 25/9/1892 Newtown (John B Barker 1862)

McClure Ann Ellen (Woods then Cole)

b. 1851 Bong Bong d. 27/7/1928 Paddington br. Waverley

m. John Reynolds Cole (abt 1845- 1884 Berrima Son of Frederick R Cole & Eliza Clarissa Smith * ) 11/9/1872 Bong Bong

m. John McClure (abt 1860 -14/2/1941 Randwick ) 1887 Robertson

f. James Woods m. Charlotte Myers

  1. (m) Frederick Charles J Cole b. 1873 Berrima
  2. (m) George Hewlett Cole b. 1875 Berrima
  3. (f) Amy Clara Cole b. 1879 Burrawang
  4. (f) Mary E McClure b. 1889 Bowral

On the 11th instant, by special license, at Christ Church, Bong Bong, by the Rev. G. Middleton, JOHN REYNOLDS, eldest son of   F. R. COLE, Esq., Wollongong, to ANN ELLEN, eldest daughter of     Mr. JAMES WOODS, Woodville, Mittagong. The Sydney Morning Herald 20 September 1872

McCLURE.-July 27, 1928, it her residence, 184 Underwood-street, Paddington, Ann Ellen, beloved wife of John McClure, and loving mother of Fred, George, and Amy, aged 78 years, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 28 July 1928 p 14

McCluskey Ellen

McClusky Catherine (McMelly)

m. John Thomas McClusky

  1. (m) John McClusky b. 30/11/1843 Wollongong

McClusky/McCluskey Theresa (Traynor)

b. abt 1852 Armagh d. abt 1/12/1916 Newcastle br. Sandgate

m. John McClusky ( abt 1844 Wigdon- 1924 North Sydney )

f. John m. Sarah

Ship: La Hogue 1879

  1. (f) Mary McClusky b. abt 1870 Northumberland (John E Poulden 1887)
  2. (f) Theresa McClusky b. abt 1871 Northumberland (George H Gurley? 1888, Eade )
  3. (m) John McClusky b. abt 1874 Northumberland
  4. (f) Sarah McClusky b. 2/9/1880 Mount Keira 27526/1880 (George Rowley 1898)
  5. (m) Henry McCluskey b. 1883 Newcastle d. Gallipoli 1915
  6. (f) Annie McCluskey b. 1887 Newcastle (Alfred Eade 1908)

Husband a miner at Mt Kiera, moved to Newcastle about 1882/3.

McCombie Cassie/Caserina/Casseria/Casserina Von Stella (Warwitch then Simpson)

b. abt 1884 d. 20/8/1959 Coledale

m. Charles James Simpson (abt 1880 Shellharbour - 13/2/1934 Coledale Heights Son of George Simpson & Catherine Haddin *) 1900 Albion Park

m. James Alexander McCombie (abt 1883-24/3/1948 Coledale Son of William Dulling McCombie & Bridget) 1935 Bulli

f. Warwitch

  1. (m) Oliver James Simpson b. 1901 Albion Park d. 1965 Sydney
  2. (m) Stanley Roy Simnpson b. 1903 Wollongong d. 1975
  3. (m) Charles William Simpson b. 1906 Dapto d. 1985
  4. (f) Eveline M Simpson b. 1909 Woonona d. 1932 Hurstville
  5. (m) Cecil W Simpson b. 1913 Woonona
  6. (f) Kathleen C Simpson b. 1916 Bulli
  7. (m) George Simpson
  8. (f) Irene Simpson b. abt 1920

Husband committed sucide while she was in hospital.

James Alexander McCombie - His first wife, May, died in 1930, and he later married Mrs. Cassie Simpson. His only daughter Una (Mrs. W. Dryden), died in 1939. Deceased is survived by his widow Cassie, sons Will (Speer's Point), Len and Ron (Coledale) and families. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Thursday 15 April 1948 p 14

McCombie/McCoombie Bridget (Cotter)

b. abt 1853 Taylors Flat d. 1925 Bulli

m. William Dulling McCombie (20/3/1853 Newington London-1925 Coledale Son of William McCombie & Rebecca Maxwell) 1870 Binalong

f. Michael Cotter m. Katherine/Margaret

  1. James Alexander McCombie d. 1948 Bulli (Martha Rice 1905)
  2. William Dulling McCombie d. 1955 Ashfield
  3. Catherine Dulling b. 1875 Grenfell
  4. Mary McCombie * b. 1878 Grenfell (Samuel Loveday 1902)
  5. John McCombie b. 1880 Grenfell d. 1930 Balmain
  6. Alexander McCombie b. 1882 Grenfell
  7. Thomas Dulling McCombie b. 1885 Grenfell d. 1953 Lithgow (Maria Smart 1910)
  8. Agnes McCombie b. 1887 Grenfell (John Gibson 1905)
  9. Clytie D McCombie b. 1889 Grenfell (Maxton Cummock 1918)
  10. Ronald Michael D McCombie b. 1891 Grenfell d. 1958 Parramatta
  11. Donald Henry D McCombie b. 1894 Grenfell d. 1940 Newtown (Agnes Waters 1912)

Living at Bulli in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a miner.

McConnell Ann (Rooney)

b. abt 1828 d. 5/6/1901 Parkes br. Parkes

m. John McConnell (abt 1825 -29/11/1898 Parkes Son of Owen McConnell & Mary * ) 22/6/1850 Wollongong

f. Patrick Rooney m. Elizabeth

Both resident Wollongong

  1. (m) Owen McConnell b. 5/3/1851 Dapto d. 6/5/1854 Dapto aged 3
  2. (f) Elizabeth McConnell b. 17/3/1853 Illawarra Lake (Denis Toohey 1875)
  3. (m) Patrick McConnell b. 11/3/1855 Dapto
  4. (m) John McConnell b. 17/5/1857 Fairy Meadow 12218/1857
  5. (f) Maria Ann McConnell b. 13/10/1859 Fairy Meadow 14218/1859
  6. (m) William Francis McConnell b. 21/4/1862 Fairy Meadow 15046/1862
  7. (f) Catherine A McConnell b. 1864 Wollongong 16593/1864
  8. (f) Bridget Agnes McConnell b. 17/12/1865 Balambi is with regret that we have to record the death of Mrs. John McConnell, one of the pioneer settlers of Parkes, which occurred on Wednesday evening, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs D Toohey, Tattersall's Hotel. The deceased lady, who had attained the ripe age of 73 years, was beloved by all who know her. She possessed a most kindly, generous nature, and proved an affectionate wife, loving mother, and generous, sympathetic neighbour. The funeral took place at three o'clock yesterday, there being a lengthy cortege, the last sad rite's being, administered by the Rev Father O'Donnell. Western Champion (Parkes, NSW : 1898 - 1934) Friday 7 June 1901 p 10

McConnell Caroline (King)

m. John McConnell

  1. (f) Emma McConnell b. 10/6/1846 Dapto

McConnell Elizabeth (King)

b. 1849 Sydney d. 1935 Wallsend br. Wallsend

m. James McConnell (abt 1857 Yass-) 11/6/1875 Kiama

f. Joseph King m. Sarah Ann McNiece *

  1. (m) James McConnell b. 1877 Sydney

McConnell Honoria (McNamara then Organ)

b. abt 1822 Murrisk Ireland d. 1882 (?)

m. Thomas Fisher Organ (13/3/1814-12/8/1867) 10/8/1840 Wollongong

m. Arthur McConnell (-1877 Wagga Wagga Son of Daniel McConnell & Mary) 1874 Wagga Wagga

f. Brian McNamara m. Mary Ready

  1. (f) Mary Ann Organ b. 19/8/1841 Charcoal
  2. (f) Elizabeth Organ b. 4/12/1845
  3. (f) Elizabeth Bridget Organ b. 21/1/1847 (James Gannon)
  4. (f) Hannah Agnes Fisher Organ b. 27/6/1849 (Edward Johnson 1869)
  5. (m) Thomas Henry Fisher Organ b. 14/7/1852 Wollongong
  6. (f) Warburga Mereburg Organ b. 3/2/1857 Bulli 12187/1857 (Martin Grace 1874)
  7. (m) John Thomas Organ b. 21/6/1859 Wollongong 14167/1859
  8. (f) Emily Maria Frances Organ b. 1860 (William Manns 1882)
  9. (m) Stephen Organ b. 11/1/1862 (Mary Sullivan 1882)

The adjourned police summons cases of drunkenness against Arthur M'Connell and Honora M'Connell came on for hearing on Monday, when the P.M. fined the former ,10s., and the latter 1s., and ordered the payment of 5s. 6d. cost of Court. Wagga Wagga Advertiser (NSW : 1875 - 1910) Wednesday 19 May 1875 p 2

McConnell Jessie (Mackenzie)

m. Owen McConnell 1876 Wollongong 4587/1876

  1. (f) Alice Mary McConnell b. 1877 Wollongong 23129/1877
  2. (f) Christina McConnell b. 1879 Wollongong 26132/1879
  3. (m) John McConnell b. 1883 Woonona 21159/1883
  4. (f) Hilda M McConnell b. 1887 Wollongong 25084/1887

Lived at Fairy Meadow

McConnell Mary

d. 1894 Wollongong br. SWollongong

m. Patrick McConnell (-1895 Bellambi Son of Owen McConnell & Mary )

f. Patrick m. Mary

  1. (f) Annie McConnell * b. abt 1860 d. 22/9/1940 Balmain (James McCardle 1884 Sydney )
  2. (m) Patrick McConnell

THE Friends of Mr. PATRICK M'CONNELL, (also Mr. JAMES M'CARDEL, Son -in-Law) are kindly invited to attend the FUNERAL of his late beloved WIFE, MARY : to move from her late residence, Market-street, for the R.C. Cemetery, Wollongong, TO-MORROW (SUNDAY), at 3 o'clock. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Saturday 30 June 1894 p 3

McConnell Mary (Dunn)

b. abt 1793 d. 26/12/1879 Belambi

m. Owen McConnell (1790 Iniskillen Fermanagh- 1877 Wollongong Son of Terence McConnell & Bridget)

Ship: abt 1838 Gilbert Henderson ?

  1. (f) Bridget McConnell * b. 1812 or 1818 Enniskillen County Fermanagh d. 20/3/1850 Dapto (Thomas Clifford 1844)
  2. (m) Patrick McConnell d. 1895 Woonona (Mary *)
  3. (m) Michael McConnell b. d. 1863 Barella St Wollongong (Mary Connor * 1854)
  4. (m) John McConnell b. abt 1825 d. 1898 Parkes (Ann Rooney * 1850)
  5. (f) Sarah McConnell

A minute from the Mayor was read to the effect that the late Owen M'Connell had used the general cemetery on sufferance for grazing purposes, and that Mrs. M'Connell had since his death let it to a third party, who had abandoned it. He (the Mayor) has taken possession of it on behalf of the Council. He had searched for tracings of the cemetery, but had been unable to find them. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 9 October 1877 p 2

M'CONNELL '.-December 26.1879, at the resedence of her son, Belambi. Mary. relict of the late Owen M'Connell, of Crown-street,.Wollongong, aged 86. Australian Town and Country Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1870 - 1907) Saturday 24 January 1880 p 41

McConnell Mary (Connor)

m. Michael McConnell (- 1863 Barella St Wollongong Son of Owen McConnell & Mary Dunn *) 2/1/1854 Wollongong

Both resident Charcoal Creek

  1. (f) Bridget McConnell b. 28/12/1855 Dapto (Michael Letto)
  2. (m) Michael Thomas McConnell b. 24/11/1858 Dapto d. 1920 Wollongong
  3. (f) Mary A McConnell b. 1861 Wollongong 14302/1861

Husband sold a herd of cattle and became a butcher shortly before his death.

MacConnell Mary (Wood)

m. Richard Maconnell

  1. (m) Alexander Richard Maconnell b. 29/9/1855 Kiera Vale

McCormack Elizabeth (Duckworth then Robertson then Forrisal)

b. 2/10/1847 Morpeth d. 3/8/1887 Otford br. Corrimal Catholic

m. Robert Robertson ( 14/2/1842 London England – 30/11/1869 Wingen) 17/12/1866 Muswellbrook

m. Edward Forristal (abt 1831 – 1876 WaggaWagga) 6/10/1870 Wingen

m. Robert McCormack (1842 Ireland – 5/2/1904 Gunnedah) 22/4/1878 Orange

f. William Duckworth m. Mary Spencer

  1. (m) George Robertson b. 1867 Muswellbrook
  2. (m) William Robertson b. 1869 Scone
  3. (f) Elizabeth Forristal b. 1873 Seymour Vic (Thompson)
  4. (m) John Forristal b. 1873 Seymour Vic d. 1873 Seymour Vic
  5. (m) Edward Forristal 1876 Yass
  6. (f) Ann McCormack b. 1878 Orange d. 2/1/1960 Gunnedah (Henry Ryman 1896)
  7. (m) John McCormack b. 1882 Ryleston d. 1931 Gunnedah
  8. (f) Catherine McCormack b. 18/3/1884 Bulli 22985/1884
  9. (m) Thomas McCormack b. 1885 Moama
  10. (m) Patrick McCormack b. 30/1/1886 Clifton 24515/1886

McCormack/ McCormick Margaret (Ford)

b. 8/8/1860 Bulli 13968/1860 d. 1947 Auburn

m. James McCormick 28/4/1886 Clifton

f. Bernard Ford m. Mary Dundon *

M’CORMICK-FORD.-April 28, at the residence of the bride's parents Clifton, near Wollongong, by the Rev. P. Carroll, James the youngest son of the late J. M'Cormick, of Petersham to Margaret, the second oldest daughter of Bernard Ford, of Clifton, New South Wales. The Sydney Morning Herald 6 May 1886

McCormack Theresa (Hayes)

b. 1863 d. 1/11/1946 br. West Dapto Catholic

m. Joseph McCormack

  1. (f) Ann McCormack b. 1887 Goulburn
  2. (m)Edward McCormack b. 1889 Rylestone d. 28/7/1899 Dapto burnt
  3. (m) Patrick McCormack b. 1893 Lithgow d. 28/7/1899 Dapto burnt
  4. (f) Mary Teresa McCormack b. 8/9/1895 Dapto d. 1896 Wollongong
  5. (f) Catherine McCormack b. d. 1900 Wollongong drowned crossing Mullett creek in a coach
  6. (f) Margaret Agnes McCormack b. 27/12/1896 Dapto
  7. (f) Alice McCormack b. 30/7/1899 Dapto
  8. (f) Mary Teresa McCormack b. 19/12/1901 Dapto

Living at Lakelands in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a labourer.

Sydney, July 28

A catastrophe occurred at Dapto last night. Joseph Mccormack, a smelter, before going on the midnight shift at the Dapto works, left a log burning in the fireplace at his house. Later on the building caught alight, and, though Mrs. Mccormack, who was awakened by the flames, made frantic efforts to rescue her two children, Edward, aged six, and Patrick, aged twelve, who were, sleeping in a room at the rear of the building, she was unable to reach them and they were suffocated by the smoke. The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Saturday 29 July 1899


It is strange how ill-luck follows some families with a persistency worthy of a hotter causo. Somo have more than their share, as in the above case, and many others, fortunately for themselves, got right through life without any of the sadnesses that many have repeatedly to go through. The girl victim of the present accident was a daughter of Mr. Joseph M'Cormack who, only seven months ago, had his house demolished by fire at the Lake and two sons burnt to death. Great sympathy is felt for the parents in their sad bereavement.

McCourt Bridget (Smith)

b.abt 1805 Ireland d. 3/1/1870 Fairy Meadow

m. James McCourt (abt 1797-26/4/1875 Moss Vale Son of John McCourt & Bridget) 1830 Ireland

f. William Smith m. Mary McGuire *

Ship: abt 1853

  1. William Joseph McCourt b. 1851 Monaghan Ireland d. 22/6/1913 Darlinghurst (Emily Elizabeth Galbraith 1882)


McCOURT.—On the 3rd inst., at her residence, Fairy Meadow, Wollongong, aged 65 years, Bridget, wife of Mr James McCourt. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 7 January 1870 p 2

THE FRIENDS of Mr JAMES McCOURT are respectfully invited to attend, the Funeral of his deceased wife, which will move from his residence Fairy Meadow, THIS DAY, January 4th, 1870, at 2 p.m. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 4 January 1870 p 3

McCoy Catherine (Ahlford)

m. William McCoy

  1. (f) Catherine McCoy b. 25/5/1860 bp Kiama RC

Husband a labourer

McCoy Catherine see McCloy

McCoy Margaret see McKay Margaret

McCoy Mary (Mehaffy/McHaffey)

b. abt 1837 d. 3/7/1899 Shellharbour br.

m. James McCoy ( abt 1828 New Brusnwick USA- 1916 Shellharbour) 1864 Wollongong

  1. (m) Isaac J McCoy b. 1864 Kiama d. 1935 Sydney
  2. (m) Joseph McCoy b. 1869 Kiama d. 1915 Kiama
  3. (f) Sarah Jane McCoy b. 1870 Kiama d. 30/6/1901 Sydney
  4. (m) Robert McCoy b. 1872 Kiama d. 1873 Kiama
  5. (m) David McCoy b. 1873 Kiama d. 6/2/1875 Shellharbour

On the 6th instant, at Shellharbour, DAVID, the beloved infant son of James and Mary McCoy, aged 14 months, of bronchitis. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 11 February 1875 p 2

OBITUARY THE LATE MRS. JAMES M'COY. In death of the above-mentioned lady, who has resided many years in Shellharbor, took place on Monday last. The deceased succumbed to an initernal complaint which defied the skill of her medical attendant, Dr. Terrey, notwith standing a difficult operation performed by that gentleman the day previously. Mrs, M’Coy leaves a family of 3 sons and one daughter; and a devoted husband to mourn their loss. Of a quiet and retiring disposition, an amiable and affectionate manner, the deceased lady was highly respected and held in affectionate regard by her many friends, The funeral took place on Wednesday last. A short service was held in St. Paul's Church conducted by the Rev. B. Stephens. Two hymns were sung, and at the conclusion the Dead March was played. The procession then formed, and the coffin ,was carried to the cemetery by the members of the Allowrie Division Temperance Lodge, of which Mr. M'Coy had been a faithful member since its inception over 24 years age. At the conclusion of the burial service Mr. Stepone delivered an eloquent and impressive address, The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Saturday 8 July 1899 p 3

McCoy Mary Ann (Neil)

m. Walter McCoy

  1. (f) Margaret McCoy b. 26/2/1855

Husband a type founderer

McCready Matilda Annie (Duncan )

d. 21/4/1948 Woodend br. Woodend

m. John McReady (- 1924 Wilcannia ) 1892 Wollongong

  1. (m) Henry D McCready b. 1893 Wollongong d. 1894 Wollongong
  2. (f) Martha M McCready b. 1895 Wollongong (Thomas A Faull 1924)
  3. (m) William A McCready b. 1900 Wilcannia
  4. (f) Victoria M McCready b. 1902 Wilcannnia
  5. (m) Alexander McCready b. 1905 Wilcannia

M'CREADY— DUNCAN.— On March 17, - 1892, at the Presbyterian MaDSe, Wol longong, by the Rev. R. H. Waugh John M'Cready (bootmaker) to Matilda Annie, eldest daughter of Mr. A. Duncan, of Berkeley. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Saturday 26 March 1892 p 2

DEATH NOTICE McCREADY— Or. April 21 at her daughter's residence. Woodend. Matilda Annie. Ioved wife of the late John McCready (late of Wilcannia) devoted Mother of Millie, Billy and May, loved Mother-in-law of Tom, Maggie and George, and loved Grandma of Leu and Daph. 'A Wonderful Mother.' Interred at Woodend April 22. Western Grazier (Wilcannia, NSW : 1896 - 1951) Friday 18 June 1948 p 2

McCready/McCredie Sarah Harriet Chambers ( Irwin)

b. abt 1855 d. 1882 Wollongong

m. John McCready (- 1924 Wilcannia ) 6/5/1874 Wollongong

f. Samuel Chambers/James Irwin m. Eliza Burrell *

  1. (m) John Samuel McCready b. 1874 Wollongong d. 1932 Granville ( Eliza E Maxwell 1899)
  2. (f) Sarah J McCready * b. 1878 Redfern d. 1940 (Edward Anderson 1899)
  3. (f) Elizabeth M McCready b. 1881 Wollongong d. 1881 Wollongong
  4. (f) Harriet M McCready b. 1882 Wollongong d. 1882 Wollongong

MARRIAGE. McCREADY—CHAMBERS.—On the 6th May, at the Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. J. A. Stuart, John McCready to Sarah H. Chambers, both of Wollongong. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 12 May 1874 p 2

After her death her husband sold his property and ‘by excessive drinking of liquor, wasted his means’

McCredie Catherine

m. John MacCredie

  1. (f) Catherine McCredie b. 1859 Wollongong 14256/1859
  2. (m) Andrew McCredie b. 26/7/1861 Fairy Meadow 14451/1861
  3. (m) John McCredie b. 1863 Albury 4258/1863
  4. (m) William A McCredie b. 1864 Albury 4598/1864
  5. (f) Barbara McCredie b. 1866 Albury 4727/1866

At the National School, Fairy-Meadow, on the 26th instant, the wife of Mr. .J. M'Credie, of a son. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 30 July 1861 p 2

McCrink Mary (Fitzgerald)

b. abt 1837 d. 1892 Glebe br. Rookwood

m. Hugh McKrink (abt 1834 - 1902 Glebe ) V1855164 101/1855 RC Sydney, St Mary's


  1. (f) Margaret McCrink b. 17/11/1857 Macquarie River bp Kiama RC 7582/1857 d. 1898 Glebe (Simpson)
  2. (f) Ellen McCrink b. 21/9/1859 Macquarie bp Kiama RC 8499/1859 d. 1922 Glebe (John Dryer 1885)
  3. (f) Mary A McKrink b. 1861 Wollongong 14449/1861
  4. (f) Bridget McCrink b. 1864 Broulee 7077/1864 d. 1897 Newtown (Charles J Hill 1883)
  5. (m) James McCrink b. 1867 Broulee 7721/1867

Husband a labourer

HE FRIENDS of Mr. HUGH McCRINK are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of his late beloved WIFE, Mary, to move from his residence, 52 Frances-street, Glebe, TOMORROW (Saturday) AFTERNOON, at half-past 1 o'clock, for Rookwood Cemetery.   The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 20 May 1892 p 8

McCrohan /McCraghen/McCrone Grace (Mullins)

b. 1818 Co Cork Ireland d. 19/2/1864 Blower’s Bluff USA br. Oak Harbor Washington USA

m. Francis McCroan ( 1816 Kerry Ireland –1881 Whidbey Island WA USA) 31/5/1837 St Mary’s Sydney

Ship: 1836

Cause of Death: Boating accident – overladen boat with son David

  1. (f) Mary McCraghan b. 20/10/1839 Wollongong (Maurice O’Leary 1856, George Washington Morse)
  2. (f) Elizabeth McCraghen * b. 3/1/1842 Wollongong d. 8/3/1925 Washington USA (Thomas Nunan 1858)
  3. (f) Christinia McCrone b. 25/12/1846 Fig tree
  4. (f) Margaret McCroan b. 16/1/1845 Figtree
  5. (m) David John McCrohn b. 10/5/1848 Dapto d. 19/2/1864 Blower’s Bluff USA
  6. (m) Francis McChroan b. 17/12/1849 Dapto d. 1900 Wollongong (Harriet Cavill * 1877)
  7. (m) Thomas McCrohan b. 2/5/1851 Dapto
  8. (m) Michael McChron b. 22/5/1854 Dapto

Husband a constable. Some of her extended family emigrated to the USA about 1858- others remained in NSW

McCrohan Harriet see Sedger

McCrownen Mary (Brady)

m. John McCrownen

  1. (m) James McCrownen b. 21/11/1848 Jambaroo

McCulla ()

m. William McCulla

  1. (f) Roseanne McCulla b. 22/12/1865 Wincicaraby

McCulloch Amelia

Living Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties.

McCullock Elizabeth

Living Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties.

McCulloch Jane (Stronach)

b. abt 1870 Scotland d. 13/3/1947 Marrickville

m. Robert Given McCulloch (abt 1865-20/6/1935 Sydney Hospital) 1891 Helensburgh

f. Alexander Stronach m. Elizabeth Fraser *

  1. (m) Peter McCulloch b. 1894 Helensburgh d. 30/6/1975 NSW
  2. (m) Alexander Winchester McCulloch b 25/5/1899 Helensburgh d. 21/2/1900 Helensburgh
  3. (f) Christina McCulloch
  4. (m) Robert Givens McCullock b. 1907 Helensburgh d. 29/12/1961 Rockdale

SYDNEY. Saturday.

Robert McCullock, 70, had one foot badly crushed when a tram ran ovor it at the corner of Pitt and. Hunter streets city. His wife, Mrs. Jane McCulIock, 65, Who was accompanying him, was also Struck by the vehicle, and received minor injuries and severe shock. They were both admitted to hospital The Maitland Daily Mercury (NSW : 1894 - 1939) Saturday 25 May 1935 p 11

McCULLOCH Jane -March 23 1947 at her residence, 4 Roach St., Marrickville widow of the late Robert Givens McCulloch and dearly loved mother of Peter, Alex (deceased) Christine and Robert. At rest. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Tuesday 25 March 1947 p 20

McCulloch Jane Bruce

Living Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties.

McCulloch Jeanie/Jane/Jennie

m. John McCulloch

  1. (f) Ellen McCulloch b. 1891 Helensburgh d. 1891 Helensburgh
  2. (f) Susan McCuloch b. 1894 Helensburgh
  3. (m) Thomas McCulloch b. 1896 Helensburgh d. 1896 Helensburgh
  4. (f) Annie McCulloch b. 1897 Helensburgh
  5. (m) George McCulloch b. 1900 Helensburgh d. 1901 Helensburgh
  6. (f) Jessie McCulloch b. 1903 Helensburgh

McCulloch Margaret (Hawkins)

m. George McCulloch 1898 Woonona

McCulloch Mary

m. John B McCulloch

  1. (f) Margaret A I McCulloch b. 1901 Helensburgh

Living Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties.

McCullogh/McCullough/McCoullough Rachel

d. 1884 Cootamundra

m. Daniel McCullogh (21/11/1821 Cloughwater Antrim Ireland – 20/12/1895 Cootamundra )

f. Robert W

Ship: 1852

  1. (m) Robert J McCullogh b. 1857 Wollongong 12224/1857 d. 1897 Cootamundra
  2. (f) Female McCullough b. 1861 Wollongong 14382/1861
  3. (f) Sarah E McCullough b. 1862 Wollongong 15196/1862
  4. (m) David J McCulloch b. 1867 Wollongong 17864/1867 d. 1890 Cootamundra
  5. (f) Jenny McCoullough b. d. (Samuel H Alvis 1885)
  6. (m) Daniel McCoullough b. d. 1921

On Saturday morning the shop fronts in town gave indication of a death having occurred, and on inquiry it was found that in the previous night Mr. Daniel M'Oullough, one of our many sturdy colonists' who hail from dear old Ireland,, had passed away. Born on 21st November, 1831, at Cloughwater, County Antrim, and suffering as he was for a long time previously to his end, from lung affections, his death was expected at any time, He came to this colony in 1852, the opening of the golden era; but he was not enticed to Bendigo or the Turon or any other of the rich fields — he and his wife and family were intending to devote themselves to the more reliable and contented life of agriculturists ; and they spent 21 years in the Illawarra district in the service of Mr. Andrew Thompson, of Horsley, names that are familiar to many of our readers, and also for two or three years of tbe time with another old coast settler ; and they resolved to come and select laid in this district in 1870, there then being a family of one daughter and three sons : they are Mrs. S. H. Alvis, of this town (herself prostrate with illness at present), Mr. Daniel M'Cullough, of Sunny Bank, Mr. R. J. M'Cullough, of Temora road ; and Mr. David M'Cullough, who died here in the prime of life some six years ago. The boys – had seleoted here in 1875. Deceased's remains were interred on Sunday in tbe Presbyterian, portion of the Cootamundra cemetery, the Rev. H. A. Hutchison officiating. We regret to have to report a death at this festive season, but 74 years of life should make the sturdiest heart satis fied to yield to the inevitable demands of nature. Cootamundra Herald (NSW : 1877 - 1957) Wednesday 25 December 1895 p 3

McCulloch Sarah G

b. abt 1844 Scotland d. 20/8/1894 Helensburgh

m. Peter McCulloch (abt 1843-2/8/1922 Helensburgh Son of Peter McCulloch & Sarah)

f. Robert m. Agnes

Ship: Ormuz 1889

  1. (f) Agnes Parker McCulloch * b. abt 1868 Scotland (John Willmore 1890)
  2. (f) Sarah Baille McCulloch * b. abt 1871 Scotland (William J Simpson 1892)
  3. (f) Catherine A McCulloch * b. 1873 Scotland (John McGeachie 1894)
  4. (f) Mary Baille McCulloch * b. 1875 Scotland d. 1945 Helensburgh ( William Bowen 1899)
  5. (m) William McCulloch b. 1877 Scotland
  6. (f) Jemima C McCulloch b. 1883 Scotland (Ames Smith 1903)
  7. (m) George McCulloch b. 1885 Scotland

McCulloch Susan Harrison

d. 1956 Sutherland

f. George m. Jean

Living at Clifton in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. With Andrew McCulloch a miner.

McCurley Emmeline Sarah Elizabeth (Watt)

b. 3/2/1873 Tuckiombel Creek d. 1967 Qld

m. Frederick Constanine McCurley (1867 Arulen -27/9/1944 Liverpool) 9/8/1890 West Kempsie

f. John Watt m. Rebecca Percival

  1. (f) Ruby Emmaline McCurley b. 2/10/1890 West Kempsey
  2. (m) Clarence Loftus MCCurley b. 15/9/1892 Mt Pleasant d. 1945 Qld
  3. (m) Roy McCurley b. 7/8/1899 Keiraville d. 1899
  4. (f) Regina Blanche McCurley b. 1900 Wollongong

Living at Bulli in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

McDermid Catherine M J

Living at Smith St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll- Housemaid

McDermott Bridget (Jordan/Jurden/Jourdan)

m. Patrick McDermott 1851 RC Campbelltown St John’s

  1. (f) Mary Ann McDermott b. 21/8/1851 Kiama
  2. (m) Thomas McDermott b. 21/4/1853 Shellharbour reg Kiama RC
  3. (m) Patrick MacDermott b. 17/5/1854 Shellharbour reg Kiama RC
  4. (m) John McDermott b. 6/8/1856 Shellharbour bp Kiama RC

McDermott Catherine (Duncan/Durncan/Downs)

b. abt 1829 Donegal Ireland d. 20/10/1899 Yass

m. Edward McDermott (abt 1828-1888 Camperdown)

Ship: Matoaka 1857

  1. (f) Margaret Margaret b. abt 1847
  2. (m) James McDermott b. abt 1850
  3. (f) Annie McDermott b. abt 1853 d. 1857 Glebe
  4. (f) Eleanor McDermott b. abt 1855
  5. (m) Edward McDermott b. 1857 Glebe
  6. (f) Mary McDermott b. 14/11/1859 Wollongong 14260/1895
  7. (f) Catherine McDermott b. 11/4/1862 Wollongong 15013/1862
  8. (m) John McDermott b. 17/3/1864 Wollongong 16546/1864 d. 19/6/1936 Grenfell
  9. (f) Elizabeth McDermott b. 15/6/1867 American Creek
  10. (f) Rose McDermit b. 13/4/1870 Mount Kembla

McDermott Elizabeth

Living at Corrimal in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

McDermott Ellen (Doolin)

b. abt 1806 Roscommon d. 1/3/1884 Jamberoo br. Jamberoo

m. Phillip McDermott (abt 1811 Roscommon -15/1/1851 Parrmatta) Roscommon ?

f. James Doolin m. Elizabeth Hart

Ship: 1841 Brothers

Occupation: 1853 Hotel licensee Parramatta St Sydney

  1. (f) Elizabeth Mary McDermott * b. 1827 Ireland d. 11/3/1911 Sydney (Patrick O'Mara 1847)
  2. (m) John McDermott b 1831 Ireland
  3. (m) Henry McDermott b 1835 Ireland
  4. (m) Charles McDermott b 1838 Ireland
  5. (f) Maria McDermott b 1840 Ireland

Husband listed as a mason when they arrived

M'DERMOTT Died at her daughter's residence. Osbourne Hill, Jamberoo, on Saturday March 1st 1884, Eleanor M'Dermott, aged 83 years. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Friday 21 March 1884 p 2

McDermott Jane (Loveday)

b. 22/4/1863 Wollongong 15013/1863 d. 1919 Marrickville

m. James Archibald McDermott (4/5/1853 Jamberoo – 1925 Granville Son of John McDermott & Margaret O’Neil *) 20/3/1880 Kiama

f. Thomas Loveday m. Jane Bessell *

  1. (f) Ada Jane McDermott b. 1880 Kiama
  2. (m) Percival Herbert McDermott b. 1882 Kiama d. 1974 NSW
  3. (f) Ethel M McDermott b. 1884 Kiama
  4. (m) James O McDermott b. 1886 Kiama d. 1928 Sydney
  5. (m) Prosper Stanley McDermott b. 1888 Kiama d. 1965 Hurstville
  6. (f) Myrtle E McDermott b. 1889 Kiama

McDERMOTT–LOVEDAY.—On the 20th inst., at the residence of the bride, by the Rev. H. Woodhouse, JAMES, youngest son of the late John McDERMOTT, of Shoalhaven, to JANE, third daughter of the late Thomas LOVEDAY, of Kiama. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Friday 26 March 1880 p 2

McDermott Margaret (O’Neil)

b. 1819 Wexford Ireland d. 29/7/1881 Nowra

m. John McDermott (1812 Fife Scotland - 1/7/1859 Shoalhaven River) 6/9/1841 Wollongong

f. Denis O’Neill m. Catherine Rooney

Both resident Wollongong

  1. (f) Catherine McDermott b. 1842 d. 1930 (John Kohler 1857 )
  2. (m) Denis McDermott b. 3/5/1844 Wollongong
  3. (f) Margaret McDermott b. 7/11/1845
  4. (m) John McDermott b. 6/2/1848 Dapto d. 4/10/1939 Balmain ( Agnes Hudson)
  5. (m) Duncan McDermott b. 11/9/1851 Jamboroo d. 20/11/1915 Richmond (Susan Stokes * 1874)
  6. (m) James Archibald McDermott b. 4/5/1853 Jamberoo reg Kiama RC d. 1925 Granville (Jane Loveday * 1880)

McDermott Mary Martin Ross P

b. abt 1876 d. 22/7/1946 Bulli br. Bulli General

m. John McDermott ( abt 1875- 5/5/1949 Bulli Son of John McDermott & Margaret)

f. George m. Mary Ann

McDermott Susan (Stokes)

b. 17/9/1858 Foxground d. 1897 Kiama

m. Duncan McDermott (11/9/1851 Jamboroo -1915 Byron Bay Son of John McDermott & Margaret O’Neil * )1874 Kiama

f. Henry Stokes m. Catherine Ryan *

  1. (m) Henry Duncan McDermott b. 1875 Kiama
  2. (f) Violet Ann McDermott b. 1877 Kiama d. 1919 (Isaac Joseph Davis 1905)
  3. (f) Susan McDermott b. 1880 Kiama d. 1897 aged 16 years
  4. (f) Adelaide McDermott b. 1883 Kiama d. 1905 Kiama
  5. (f) Berrie B McDermott b. 1886 Kiama d. 1895
  6. (m) John G McDermott b. 1888 Kiama d. 1903 Qld
  7. (f) Ruby B McDermott b 1891 Kiama d. 1906 Kiama
  8. (f) Bessie M B McDermott b. 1895 Kiama (John Lloyd 1918)
  9. (f) Susan Catherine McDermott b. 1897 Kiama d. 1898 aged 4 months

McDill Barbara

b. abt 1856 d. 25/7/1944 Cessnock br. Cessnock

m. James McDill (abt 1855 -1902 Mt Kembla Mine disaster Son of William McDill & Isabella)

f. Francis Raeside m. Elizabeth

Living at Kembla Heights in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties.With her brother-in-law Robert McDill a miner.


Mrs. Barbara McDill passed away in the Cessnock Hospital on Tuesday afternoon, at the age of 88.

Deceased lady was a very old resident of Cessnock, having resided in Allandale Road for many years. She was a widow, her husband having been killed in the Port Kembla mine disaster,

There was no family.

The interment took place on Wednesday in the Presbyterian portion of Cessnock cemetery. The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder (NSW : 1913 - 1954) Friday 28 July 1944 p 2

McDonagh see McDonough or McDonogh

McDonald Agnes Reid

Living at Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

McDonald Agnes Sarah (Greenwood then Gillard/Gillerd)

b. abt 1853 d. 14/8/1934 Croydon

m. Thomas Samuel Gillard (abt 1842 - 14/12/1905 Riverstone) 1874 Mudgee

m. Charles McDonald

  1. (m) Thomas William Gillard b. 1874 Kiama 12717/1874 d. 1912 Germanton
  2. (m) Alfred Ernest A Gillard d. 1960 Ryde
  3. (f) Lydia Gillard (Henry J McDicken 1900)
  4. (m) Henry Leonard Gillard d. 1949 Concord
  5. (f) Elizabeth A Gillard b. 1891 Newtown
  6. (f) Ruby M Gillard b. 1893 Granville (William Pentecost 1916)

McDONALD - August 14, 1934, at her residence 41 Carshalton-street, Croydon Agnes Sarah McDonald (formerly Gillard), beloved mother of Mrs H J McDicken of 13 Kings-road Fivedock.

McDONALD - August 14, 1934, at her residence 41 Carshalton-street, Croydon Agnes Sarah McDonald widow of the late Charles McDonald and Thomas Samual Gillard, (formerly of Railway Department) beloved mother of Mrs H J McDicken, Alfred, Henry and Ruby Pentecost, aged 81 years. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 15 August 1934 p 12

McDonald Alice (McLeod)

b. 1848 London d. 1937 Cowra

m. John Reid McDonald (abt 1855-1929 Cowra ) 1888 Kogarah

f. William Lithgow McLeod m. Helen Calock

Ship: abt 1883

  1. (m) John Gordon McDonald b. 1890 Wollongong d. 1961 Manly
  2. (m) William McDonald b. 1891 Cowra d. 1978

Mrs. Alice McDonald died at her home, aged 89, after being a resident of the town for 45 years.' Mrs. McDonald, who was born in London, come to Australia In 1883 with her father, who was the captain of a sailing ship. Members of the family still living are Messrs.

Wiliam and John McLeod, of Cowra. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 7 August 1937 p 14

Husband a contractors associated with the building and brickmaking

Her brothers death notice says that they initially were settling in New Zealand but because of the Maori killings they decided to come to NSW instead. The dates seem to be earlier than what was claimed in her obit.

McDonald Alice Amelia (Griffin)

b.1863 Wollongong d. 21/1/1920 North Sydney br. Gore Hill

m. William Archibald McDonald (1862- 1945 North Sydney Son of David McDonald & Helen *) 12/8/1885 Wollongong

f. Daniel Griffin m. Sophia Lowe *

  1. (m) Roy Grantley McDonald b. 1886 Wollongong d. 1968 Sydney
  2. (m) Alan McDonald b. 1887 Wollongong d. 1968 St Leonards
  3. (f) Dora McDonald b. 1889 Wollongong d. 16/3/ 1889 br. Pioneer Park Cemetery Wollongong
  4. (m) Raymond McDonald b. 1890 Wollongong
  5. (f) Ruth McDonald b. 1897 Wollongong

McDONALD-GRIFFIN. - August 12, 1885, at St. Michael's, Wollongong , by the Rev. T C Ewing R.D , William Archibald, fourth son of Mr D. A. M'Donald, of Campbell-street, Wollongong, to Alice Amelia, sixth daughter of Mr. D. Griffin, sen., of Smith street, of the same town. The Sydney Morning Herald 12 September 1885

McDONALD. — January 21, 1920, at her residence, “Gowanbrae,” Larkin Street, North Sydney, Alice, beloved wife of W. A. McDonald. At Rest. The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930) Friday 23 January 1920 p 4

The death occurred in Sydney last week of Mrs. W. A. McDonald, who resided in Wollongong when her husband was in business here some years ago.Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 30 January 1920 p 6

McDonald Anne see McDonald Mary A

McDonald Ann Jane (Crozier)

b. abt 1842 d. 29/6/1905 br. Woronora

m. William McDonald (abt 1841 Paisley Renfrew Scotland,-1929) 27/1/1868 Sydney

f. John Crozier m.

  1. (m) James Macdonald b. 1868 Paddington
  2. (f) Mary Elizabeth Macdonald *b. 1869 Berrima (William James King 1892)
  3. (f) Margaret Jane MacDonald b. 1871 Berrima
  4. (f) Agnes MacDonald * b. 1872 Berrima d. 11/1/1943 Newcastle (Leonard P Waterhouse 1896)
  5. (m) William McDonald b. 1874 Berrima (Tullock 1899)
  6. (m) Donald Macdonald b. 1876 Berrima
  7. (f) Jessie Sarah McDonald b. 1879 Kiama
  8. (m) Francis R Macdonald b. 1881 Kiama
  9. (m) John Macdonald b. 1883 Kiama

On the 27th January, by the Rev. Dr. Bailey, LL.D., of the Free Church of England, Mr. WILLIAM M'DONALD, of Waverley to ANN JANE, daughter of Mr. JOHN CROZIER, of Caledonia-street, Paddington. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 21 March 1868 p 1

Husband a master in various schools-including Moss Vale Gerringong, Botany, Bundanoon, and Corrimal. When he died there were 4 sons and 4 daughters.


The residence of Mr William Macdonald, head-master of Corrimal public school, was the scene of a very interesting ceremony on Thursday evening last, when Miss Agnes Macdonald, daughter of the host, was united in the bonds of matrimony to Mr Leonard P. Waterhouse (son of the late Rev. J. B. Waterhouse), Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Saturday 11 July 1896 p 2

MacDonald Anne (Burnett)

b. abt 1825 d. 2/10/1887 br. Wollongong

m. William MacDonald (abt 1820-18/8/1898 Mt Keira Son of Donald McDonald & Isabella Kynock) 1846 Aberdeen Scotland

Ship: 1853 Columbia

  1. (m) William McDonald b. 1849 Newcastle-on-Tyne Scotland d. 1908 ( Margaret Buchanan Campbell * 1876)
  2. (f) Isabella McDonald * b. 1851 Montrose Scotland d. 2/1/1916 Sydney ( Moses Owen 1870)
  3. (f) Margaret Jane McDonald * b. 1853Hunter River d Bulli (George Walker 1875)
  4. (m) Frank McDonald b. 1858 Wollongong d. Mt Keira ( Elizabeth McKenzie * 1881 )
  5. (f) Jessie Elizabeth McDonald * b. 1859 Wollongong d. 1944 Otford ( Abraham Fletcher 1879)
  6. (m) David McDonald b. 1861 Mt Keira (Emily Reid McKenzie * 1881)
  7. (m) Joseph Robert McDonald b. 1862 Mount Keira Illawarra 15143/1862 (Ellen Daley * 1890 )
  8. (m) Donald McDonald b. 1864 Mt Keira (Mary A Buchanan * 1885)
  9. (m) Alexander McDonald b. 1866 Mt Keira d. 1928 Wollongong (Elizabeth A Searle *1888)

The family settled in Mt Keira where her husband built the first screens for the Mt Keira Mine. William's parents and siblings also came to NSW. Husband a carpenter.

MCDONALD. — At Mount Keira, on October 2nd instant, Ann, the beloved wife ot William M'Donald; aged 62 years. .

Home at last, thy labor done,
Safe and blest, the victory won;
Jordon passed, from pain set free
Angels now have welcomed thee. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Saturday 15 October 1887 p 2

McDonald Annie Amelia

m. William McDonald

  1. (m) William David McDonald b. 1887 Kiama d. 1967 St Leonards
  2. (m) George A McDonald b. 1888 Kiama
  3. (m) Percy McDonald b. 1890 Kiama
  4. (f) Amelia May McDonald b. 1893 Kiama d. 1979 (Studd)

McDonald Annie J G (Baker)

m. Arthur McDonald (-) 1895 Sydney

Religion: Anglican

  1. (f) Ruby Grace Marguerit McDonald b. 1895 Helensburgh d. 6/12/1960 Sutherland (Charles J Blain 1914)
  2. (m) Arthur McDonald b. 1896 Helensburgh

The principal litigants being Mrs. Annie M'Donald and Mrs. Gambetta, both of Waterfall. Both these ladies it appears, sell refreshments and provide accommodation for travellers, and the dispute furnishes but another instance of the truth of the story that two of a trade seldom agree.

Mrs. Gambetta was alleged to have held Mrs. M'Donald in such low estimation that one day at Waterfall Station, she challenged her to mortal combat. A scrap followed, and the belligerants were cheered on by the passengers of a passing train. Much screaming and heated language was also indulged in, and peacemakers appearing on the scene, the duel was ended, and the ladies separated. Summonses and cross-summon were at once issued. Mr. Eddie appeared for Mrs. M'Donald, and Mr. Owen for Mrs. Gambetta. The cases were put from both sides with much vigorous eloquence by the solicitors engaged, but ended in dismissal. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Saturday 16 January 1904 p 11

McDonald Annie Maria (Ball)

b. abt 1850 Crubtree Devonshire d. 1944 Ryde

m. William McDonald (1849 Burwood - 11/11/1920 Bowral Son of Samuel McDonald & Mary Ann Hobson*) 1881 Kiama

f. Richard Pedlar Ball m. Maria Morcombe *

They had no surviving children according to her husband’s obituary.

McDonald Catherine (McDonald)

b. Glenelg Inverness d. 21/6/1898 Royalla

m. Kenneth McDonald (1805 Glengarvie Ross Scotland-6/1/1875 Queanbeyan Son of ) 1834 Glenelg Inverness

f. Archibald McDonald m. Margaret

Ship: 1837

  1. (m) Hugh McDonald b. 1839 Hunter River
  2. (m) Archibald McDonald b. 1841 bp. Presbyterian Wollongong d. 18/5/1869 Burra
  3. (f) Margaret McDonald b. 1843 Queanbeyan
  4. (f) Ann McDonald b. 1845 Queanbeyan d. 1853 Queanbeyan
  5. (f) Catherine McDonald b. 1846 Queanbeyan
  6. (m) Donald McDonald b. 1850 Queanbeyan d. 11/9/1921 Queanbeyan
  7. (f) Janet McDonald b. 1852 Queanbeyan d. 6/9/1942 Queanbeyan
  8. (f) Mary McDonald b. 1853 Queanbeyan
  9. (f) Abigail McDonald b. 1857 Queanbeyan d. 30/6/1912 Queanbeyan
  10. (m) Andrew Morton McDonald b. 1860 Queanbeyan d. 25/6/1896 Burra

This family lived at Queanbeyan but one child has been recorded as baptised in Wollongong


Yesterday afternoon a funeral cortege wended its solemn way through the streets of Queanbeyan over the hill to the local necropolis. Among the chief mourners were the familiar faces of some of the oldest and most respected residents of the district. They were the near relatives and old neighbours and acquaintances of the de- ceased. The casket, flower-laden, as seen through the glass panels of the hearse, contained the perishable remains of an old lady who had seen more than the ordinary ups ind downs of life's changing scenes, during a residence in the colony of upwards of sixty years. Who was she?

The widow of the late Mr. Kenneth McDonald, a once well-to-do farmer and grazier residing on the Burra Creek. Before her death, his widow, finding herself unable to retrieve the comfortable position of bygone days, was compelled to leave her home, the birthplace of several of her children, and after lingering to the advan-ced age of upwards of 80 years, terminated on Tuesday evening last, a life of adversity, whose closing days were a period of acute suffering and increasing weakness, alleviated though they were by the untiring solicitude and watchfulness of a cripp'ed daughter. The deceased lady, esteemed and respected even in her humiliation, came into the colony with her husband in Oct , 1837. After residing for a few years in the Hunter River district : they entered, in the year 1841, the service of tho late Hon. Robert Campbell, and came into tho Queanbeyan district. For a time they resided first at Gininderra, and then at Acton (now the residence of Mr. A. Brassey, J. P.)

Subsequently Mr, Kenneth McDonald was placed in charge of the windmill at Duntroon, so well remembered by the old hands hereabouts; and which was last of all managed by Mr. John Gregory (who is still among us though upwards of 80 years of age) and finally wrecked by a wind storm. To Mr McDonald, left the windmill to enter upon farming and grazing pursuits on a fertile holding which he purchased from the Campbell family, situated under Mt Campbell on the Burra Creek, already mentioned. The career of Mr. K. McDonald after that episode has already been given. It was his widow's remains, as we have said, were enclosed in the casket visible on the hearse yesterday. At the grave, which was dug in the Presbyterian portion of the general cemetery, the coffin was met by tho Rev. James White who lead the devotional service which formed the last chapter in the eventful life of one of Queanbeyan's oldest and most respected citizens. The Queanbeyan Observer (NSW : 1894 - 1908; 1910 - 1915) Friday 24 June 1898 p 2

McDonald Catherine

m. James McDonald

  1. (m) William McDonald b. 1896 Helensburgh

McDonald Catherine B

m. James McDonald

  1. (m) James McDonald b. 1886 Kiama

McDonald/Molloy Colina Frances Campbell

b. 21/1/1876 Gulgong

m. Frances Mary Molloy * see Stewart

Living at Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

McDonald Eliza F see McDonnell Eliza F

McDonald Elizabeth

Living Mount Keira in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

McDonald Elizabeth

m.Joseph J McDonald

  1. (f) Alma McDonald b. 1855 bp. CofE Dapto: Wollongong

McDonald Elizabeth (Hetherington)

b. 1840 Makenny Lowerstown Fermanagh d. 19/12/1912 Manly br. Rookwood

m. John Kynock McDonald (1833 Nigg Scotland- 8/11/1896 Bega Son of Donald McDonald & Isabella Kynock) 2/7/1861 Gerringong

f. James Hetherington m. Mary Ann Ramsay

Ship: 1861 British Trident

  1. (f) Isabella Ann McDonald b. 1862 Gerringong d. 1918 Manly (Andrew Burnett )
  2. (m) John James McDonald b. 1864 Gerringong d. Casino.
  3. (f) Elizabeth McDonald b. 1866 Gerringong d. Sydney
  4. (f) Mary Ann McDonald b. 1870 Gerringong d. Sydney
  5. (m) David William McDonald b. 1872 Gerringong d. Mullumbimby
  6. (f) Margaret McDonald b. 1875 Gerringong d. Sydney
  7. (f) Jessie McDonald b. 1877 Kiama d Sydney
  8. (m) Daniel McDonald b. 1879 Kiama d Sydney
  9. (f) Ellenor McDonald b. 1881 d Sydney

McDonald Elizabeth Ferner (McKenzie)

b. b. 1860 Jamberoo d. 18/5/1942 Mt Keira

m. Frank McDonald (1858 Wollongong - 2/3/1941 Mt Keira Son of William McDonald & Anne Burnett *) 1881 Wollongong

f. John McKenzie m. Elizabeth Gall *

McDONALD.—May 18, 1942, at her residence, Mount Keira, Elizabeth Ferner McDonald, relict of the late Frank McDonald and loving aunt of Arthur Anderson, aged 82 years. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Tuesday 19 May 1942 p 10

McDonald Elizabeth (Rooney)

m. James McDonald 9/5/1842 Wollongong

Both resident Wollongong

  1. (f) Maria McDonald b. 10/8/1843 Wollongong

McDonald Elizabeth (Russell)

b. 10/11/1842 Croome Jamberoo bp. 5/2/1843 d. 12/7/1920 Cambewarra br. Albion Park Pioneer Cem

m. George McDonald (18/9/1847 Burwood -11/20/1927 Marshall Mount Son of Samuel McDonald & Mary Ann Hobson *) 14/2/1871 “Croome” Albion Park

f. Ebenezeer Russell m. Jane Meek *

  1. (m) Ebenezer Russell McDonald b. 18/12/1871 Albion Park d. 10/13/1918 Marshall Mount
  2. (f) Mary Ann Matilda McDonald * b. 3/3/1873 Albion Park d. 5/12/1947 Nowra ( Tom Binks 1898)
  3. (m) Samuel Hercules McDonald b. 14/9/1875 d. 17/12/1962 Albion Park ( Jane Bell 1903)
  4. (f) Marian McDonald * b. 3/9/1879 Kiama d. 10/7/1932 Kiama ( George Raisin 1904)
  5. (m) Frederick Donald McDonald b. 30/9/1880 Kiama d. 31/12/1943 Marshall Mount ( Flo Timbs 1920)

Living at Marshall Mount in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

The death occurred on Tuesday at her son-in-law's residence, Cambewarra, of Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Geo. M 'Donald, lately of Marshall Mount, at the age of 78. The deceased lady had resided the greater part of her life at Marshall Mount, but lately for health reasons resided with her son-in-law Mr. T. Birks, she had enjoyed fair Health until lately, when her condition be came so bad as to cause her family grave hopes of her recovery, and she passed away on Tuesday, The remains were conveyed from Nowra by train to Albion Park, thence to the Presbyterian cemetry. The funeral was a very lengthy one of friends, neighbours and connections. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 16 July 1920 p 2

McDonald Elizabeth Amelia (Armstrong)

b. 25/3/1860 Kiama d. 29/11/1925 Lismore br. Lismore General

m. John Robert McDonald (1858 Kiama – 10/4/1915 Lismore Son Of David A McDonald & Helen Marshall * ) 9/11/1880 Wollongong

f. Andrew Armstrong m. Martha Graham *

  1. (m) Harold Roy McDonald b. 1879 d. 18/10/1881 drowned
  2. (m) Leslie G McDonald b. 2/9/1881 Mount Kembla
  3. (m) Thomas McDonald
  4. (m) Charles A McDonald b. 1889 Wollongong
  5. (m) Keith B McDonbald b. 1891 Wollongong
  6. (f) Ainslie N McDonald b. 1892 Wollongong
  7. (m) Ray McDonald

M'DONALD -ARMSTRONG.— At the residence of the bride's father, on the 9th November ultimo, by the Rev. H. W. T. Pincombe, John Robert, second son of Mr. D. A. M'Donald. Wollongong, to Elizabeth Amelia, second daughter of Mr. A. Armstrong, of the same place. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 21 December 1880 p 2

M'DONALD. — At the residence of her parents, Mount Kembla, on the 2nd September inst., the wife of Mr. J. R. M'Donald, of a son. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 6 September 1881 p 2

M'DONALD. — At the residence of his Grand father (Mr. A. Armstrong), Fig Tree, on 30th March, Harold Roy, second son of John Robert and Elizabeth M'Donald, Bega ; aged four and a half years. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 5 April 1887 p 2

Mrs E A Mcdonald

The death occurred at Lismore yesterday of Mrs. Elizabeth Amelia McDonald, relict of the late Mrs. J. R. McDonald, who for many years carried on a wheelwright's business at Clunes. Deceased, who was 65 years of age, was a daughter of Mr. Andrew Armstrong first Mayor of Wollongong. She leaves a family of six sons and one daughter. The sons are Leslie and Neville (Brisbane)   Charles and Thomas (Lismore), and Keith and.Ray (Casino). Mrs. A. Langley (Lismore) is a daughter.

The funeral leaves at 11 o'clock to-day for the Methodist portion of the general cemetery. Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954) Monday 30 November 1925 p 4

McDonald Elizabeth Ann (Searle )

b. 1866 Wollongong d. 17/1/1950 Wollongong br. Wollongong General

m. Alexander McDonald (1866 Mt Keira - 14/6/1928 Wollongong Son of William McDonald & Anne Burnett *) 1888 Wollongong

f. Edward Searle m. Mary Anne Jane Makin *

  1. (f) Grace M McDonald b. 1889 Wollongong 24475/1889
  2. (m) Barrington A F McDonald b. 1891 Wollongong 38523/1891
  3. (f) Estella G D McDonald b. 1895 Woonona 18570/1895
  4. (m) Claude Burnett McDonald b. 1896 Woonona 27363/1896 d. 1896 Mt Keira
  5. (m) Frank EW McDonald b. 1899 Woonona 26906/1899
  6. (f) Alma V McDonald b. 1901 Woonona 9147/1901
  7. (f) Alexandra M McDonald b. 1904 Wollongong 28531/1904
  8. (m) Allan C A McDonald b. 1907 Woonona 20060/1907

Living Mount Keira in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties Husband a miner.

McDonald Ellen

m. David McDonald

  1. (m) David McDonald b. 1854
  2. (f) Ellen I McDonald b. 1856 Kiama
  3. (m) Ernest France McDonald b. 28/1/1860 Kiama
  4. (m) William A McDonald b. 1862 Kiama

On the 28th ultimo, at her residence, Kiama, the wife of Mr. D. McDonald, of a son. Examiner (Kiama, NSW : 1859 - 1862) Wednesday 1 February 1860 p 2

McDonald Ellen (Daley/Waley)

b. . 1/6/1865 Macquarie River /Tullinbar d. 3/1/1946 South Lismore

m. Joseph Robert McDonald (1862 Mount Keira – 1910 Byron Bay Son of William McDonald & Anne Burnett *) 7/2/1890 St Paul’s Albion Park

f. Michael Daly m. Margaret Collins *

  1. (f) Ellen E McDonald b. 2/4/1891 Corrimal
  2. (m) Joseph R H McDonald b. 10/6/1893 Corrimal
  3. (f) Margaret M McDonald b. 1895 Woonona
  4. (m) David T McDonald b. 1898 Woonona
  5. (f) Daisy F McDonald b. 1901 Woonona
  6. (m) Wiliam S McDonald b. 1904 Woonona

Living at Tarrawanna in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties. Husband a miner.


Mrs. Ellen McDonald, 80, of 65 Crown Street, South Lismore, died at her home yesterday morning after being in ill-health for some years. Mrs. McDonald was born at Tongarara, South Coast, and lived in that district until 1910. She then came to the Richmond River and settled at Mullumbimby. where she lived for two years. Thirty three years ago she came to Lismore, where she had since resided. Her husband, Mr. Joseph Robert McDonald, predeceased her 35 years ago.

Mrs. McDonald is survived by three sons, Messrs. Harry (Murwillumbah), David and Stan Mc Donald (Lismore), two daughters. Mrs. L. Preston (Wyong) and Mrs. A. Smith (South Lismore), also two sisters, Mrs. J. Bradley (South Lismore) and Mrs. L. Wagley (Wollongong). The funeral will move from the Church of Christ, Lismore, to-day following a service commencing at 11 a.m., for the Lismore cemetery. Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954) Friday 4 January 1946 p 5

McDonald Ellen (Juce)

m. Duncan Campbell McDonald 1872 Kiama

  1. John McDonald b. 1873 Liverpool
  2. Thomas Ince McDonald b. 1874 Liverpool d. 1956 Wagga Wagga
  3. Bertha N McDonald b. 1876 Liverpool
  4. Duncan Campbell McDonald b. 1885 Liverpool
  5. William Forrester McDonald b. 1889 Liverpool d. 1959 Sydney

McDonald Ellen A (Mills)

b. 1867 Bellarine Vic

m. Alexander E McDonald (-10/12/1914 Boulder WA) 1891 Kiama

  1. (m) Alexander W H McDonald b. 1892 Sunny Corner
  2. (m) Alfred T McDonald b. 1894 Kiama
  3. (m) Clarence James McDonald b. 1895 Kiama d. 30/11/1910 Boulder WA aged 15 drowning
  4. (m) Frederick C McDonald b. 1897 Sunny Corner
  5. (m) George Henry McDonald b. 1900 Sunny Corner
  6. (f) Isabella W McDonald b. 1905 Sunny Corner

Went to Western Australia

McDonald Emily see Okey

McDonald Emily Reid (McKenzie)

b. 1857 Jamberoo d. 19/1/1939 Camden br. Campbelltown

m. David McDonald (1861 Mt Keira -1943 Kingsford Son of William McDonald & Anne Burnett * ) 1881 Wollongong

f. John McKenzie m. Elizabeth Gall *

1903 Electoral roll –living at Balgownie Domestic Duties. Husband a miner.


With the passing of the late Emily Reid McDonald at Camden Hospital on Thursday of last week, another link with the pioneer days of Illawarra, has been broken. Deceased was born at Jamberoo nearly 81 years ago, and was the second daughter of late John and Elizabeth McKenzie, who went to Kiama from? Scotland nearly 100 years ago, as a young woman she took up residence at Wollongong, where she married David. McDonald 54 years ago; he being a member of a well-known district-family. They resided at Fairy Meadow and . Balgownie until twenty years ago when they moved- to :Douglas Park and Campbelltown,where they: were closely associated with the Presbyterian Church, Mr. McDonalc being an Elder and Session Clerk; Deceased was admired for her kindly nature and neighbourly spirit. The funeral moved from Campbelltown Presbyterian Church, where Rev. Christian spoke, of the sterling pioneer qualities of the deceased; . The remains were interred in The Campbelltown Presbyterian Cemetery : Mrs. McDonald is survived by her husband; a sisterMrs. Frank McDonald, Mt. Keira, and a brother, Mr. Henry Mc Kenzie, of Melbourne; and numerous riephews and nieces. The late Mrs Sharman Graham, of Woonona, was also a sister of the deceased.

McDonald Emmeline (Davis)

b. 24/7/1851 Sydney d. 1911 Robertson br. Robertson

m. Robert Hutchison/Atchison McDonald (4/10/1852 Burwood-. 1924 Robertson Son of Samuel McDonald & Mary Ann Hobson* ) 4/1/1872 Jamberoo

f. John Davis m. Bridget Stanton

  1. (f) Florence Amy McDonald b. 1873 Kiama (Lockhart L Mitchell 1901)
  2. (m) Wallace Hopson McDonald b. 1875 Kiama d. 1943 Parramatta
  3. (f) Edith Clara McDonald b. 1876 Kiama
  4. (m) John Robert McDonald b. 1880 Robertson d. 12/7/1950 Bowral
  5. (f) Elsie M McDonald b. 1882 Robertson
  6. (m) Oscar S McDonald b. 1884 Robertson d. 1919 Moss Vale
  7. (f) Hilda G McDonald b. 1886 Robertson
  8. (m) Samuel Malcolm McDonald b. 1890 Robertson d. 1956 Campsie
  9. (f) Ruby M McDonald b. 1893 Robertosn
  10. (f) Effie M McDonald b. 1895 Robertson

Death of Mrs. R. M’Donald.

It is our painful duty to record the death of Mrs. M’Donald, wife of Mr. Robert M-‘Donald, which event took place at her late residence, Roberson, on Monday night last, after a long and painfull illness, at the age of 59 years. Deceased was a daughter of the late Mr. John Davis of

Robertson, and sister to Mrs. Summerfield, and had been a resident of the district for about 35 years. She leaves a husband, four sons, and eight daughters to mourn their great loss. Mr. Oscar M Donald, who resides at Parkes, arrived in time to attend the funeral. The remains of

deceased wero interred in the Church of England portion of the Robertson cemetery, Robertson Advocate (NSW : 1894 - 1923) Friday 10 February 1911 p 2

McDonald Frances Eva (McKinnon)

b. 1870 Wollongong d. 26/5/1954 Taralga br. Kingswood

m. John Kenneth McLeod McDonald (- 24/4/1921 Llandilo Son of John McDonald & Mary) 1890 Woonona

f. Donald McKinnon m. Harriet *

  1. Edith M McDonald b. 1891 Lithgow
  2. Jack McDonald b. 1896 Lithgow d. 1970 Goulburn

McDONALD, Frances Eva.-May 26, 1954, at Cobodong, Taralga, of 91 Bulli Pass, Bulli, widow of the late John Kenneth McLeod McDonald, of Jerrong and Llandilo, loving and loved mother of Edith and Jack, fond Banna of Dulcie, Heather, and John, daughter of Donald and Harriett McKinnon, of Bulli, aged 88 years. At rest. Interment Kingswood Cemetery, this day, 4 p.m. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 27 May 1954 p 20

McDonald Helen/Ellen (Marshall)

b. abt 1830 Montrose Scotland d. 16/10/1906 Wollongong br. Wollongong General

m. David Anderson McDonald ( abt 1826 Aberdeen Scotland – 6/8/1904 Wollongong Son of Donald McDonald & Isabella Kynock) 27/2/1853 Montrose Scotland

f. John Marshall m. Betsey

Ship: Bloomer 1853

Occupation : Linen weaver

  1. (m) David McDonald b. 1854 Kiama d. 1931 Waverley
  2. (f) Helen Isabella McDonald * b. 1856 Kiama d. 1891 Wollongong (Edward Hamilton Wilson 1876)
  3. (m) John Robert McDonald b. 1858 Kiama 8065/1858 d. 10/4/1915 Lismore (Elizabeth Amelia Armstrong * 1880)
  4. (m) Ernest Frank McDonald b. 1860 Kiama d. 1937 Canowindra (Elizabeth Anne Kirkland 1887)
  5. (m) William Archibald McDonald b. 1862 Wollongong d. 1945 North Sydney (Alice Amelia Griffin * 1885)
  6. (m) Wesley Alexander McDonald b. 1864 Wollongong 16538/1864 d. 8/3/1943 Kogarah (Alice Elizabeth Barrington 1884)
  7. (m) Henry George McDonald b. 3/9/1866 Wollongong 16682/1866 d. 1929 Marrickville (Margaret A Manning * 1890)
  8. (f) Bella McDonald b. abt 1867 d. 7/7/1901
  9. (f) Selina Jane McDonald * b. 1869 Wollongong 19844/1869 d. 1927 Callan Park (David Berry Rees 1889)
  10. (f) Florence Elizabeth McDonald * b. 29/12/1870 Wollongong (Alfred Ernest Brown )
  11. (f) Mary Duthie McDonald b. d. 1938 Kogarah

Living at Church St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

At her residence, Crown-street, Wollongong, on the 3rd instant, Mrs. D. McDonald, of a son Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 7 September 1866 p 2

M'DONALD.— At her residence, Crown street Wollongong, on the 29th instant, Mrs D. A M'Donald, of a daughter. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 30 December 1870 p 2

Husband a shoemaker/ gentleman

Mrs. D. A. McDonald, an old and well-known resident, has had the misfortune to break a leg for the third time. She was on crutches, just recovering from a previous fracture. The unfortunate woman, was tripped by a grandchild rushing past her, which caused the fracture. Australian Town and Country Journal 21 January 1893

McDonald Honora (McNamara or Crowe)

m. John McDonald (abt 1837-13/6/1906 Helensburgh)

  1. (m) John Andrew McDonald b. abt 1871 d. 2/9/1947 Wollongong (Margaret Barras Kenning * 1894)
  2. (f) Mary Ellen McDonald b. 25/7/1873 Wollongong
  3. (m) Joseph McDonald b. 1875 Wollongong d. 23/1/1931 Wollongong (Isabella R Gemmell * 1901)
  4. (m) Frederick McDonald b. 12/3/1878 Farie Meadow Wollongong d. 5/7/1878
  5. (f) Honorah McDonald b. 1879 Wollongong 26079/1879 d. 1879 Wollongong

McDonald Isabella Reid Bella (Gemmell)

b. b. abt 1884 Lannackshire d.

m. Joseph McDonald (-23/1/1931 WollongongSon of John McDonald & Honora McNamara or Crowe *) 1901 Sydney

f. Allan Gemmell m. Esther *

  1. (m) Allan W McDonald b. 1902 Woonona
  2. (m) Joseph McDonald b. 1904 Woonona
  3. (f) Esther B McDonald b. 1906 Helensburgh
  4. (f) Isabel J McDonald b. 1915 Bulli

1903 Electoral roll –living at Balgownie Domestic Duties. Husband a miner.

MacDonald Jemima

d. 11/1/1934 Cronulla br. Woronora

m. Ronald MacDonald (- 3/5/1926 Penshurst Son of Ronald MacDonald & Mary)

f. Frederick m. Christina

  1. (f) Flora C MacDonald b. 1893 Liverpool
  2. (f) Ada W MacDonald b. 1897 Helensburgh
  3. (m) Alexander MacDonald b. 1899 Helensburgh d. 1966 Sutherland
  4. (m) Hector MacDonald b. 1901 Helensburgh

McDonald Lydia (Curby)

b. abt 1845 d. 1/7/1919 North Sydney

m. Charles McDonald 1865 Sydney

f. Joseph Curby m. Mary Ann

  1. (m) Percy C McDonald b. 1869 Glebe
  2. (m) Robert J McDonald b. 1871 St George
  3. (f) Ada Mary McDonald b. 1873 St George
  4. (m) Stephen Stanley McDonald b. 29/5/1875 Kiama
  5. (f) Florence Edith McDonald b. 15/3/1877 Kiama
  6. (f) Lila E McDonald b. 1883 Sydney

On the 29th ultimo, at her residence, Poplar Cottage, Manning-street, Kiama, Mrs. CHARLES McDONALD of a son. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 10 June 1875 p 2

M'DONALD.—On the 15th instant, at her residence, Poplar Cottage, Manning- street, Mrs. Charles M'Donald of a Daughter. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Friday 30 March 1877 p 2

McDONALD .-July 1. 1919, at North Sydney Lydia McDonald . widow of the late Charles McDonald, aged 74 years. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 2 July 1919 p 10

McDonald Margaret

1903 Electoral roll –living at Balgownie Domestic Duties

McDonald Margaret Ann (Manning)

b. abt 1867 d. 16/7/1946 Dulwich Hill

m. Henry George McDonald (1866 Wollongong - 1929 Dulwich Hill Son of David A McDonald & Helen Marshall *) 1890 Bega

  1. (f) Constance R McDonald b. 29/7/1893 Wollongong (Arthur H Lovett 1915)
  2. (m) Bertie E McDonald b. 1895 Wollongong d. 1920 Newcastle

M'DONALD.—On July 29th, 1893, at her residence, Barella-street, Wollongong, the wife of H. G. M'Donald, of a daughter. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Saturday 5 August 1893 p 2

McDONALD. -July 16, 1946, at 11 Tennyson Street, Dulwich Hill, Margaret Ann McDonald, beloved mother of Constance (Mrs Lovett), aged 79 years. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 17 July 1946 p 24

McDonald Margaret Barras (Kenning)

b. abt 1875 Northumberland d. 31/5/1967 Balgownie cr. Woronora

m. John Andrew McDonald ( abt 1871-2/9/1947 Wollongong Son of John McDonald & Honora McNamara or Crowe *). 1894 Woonona

f. George William Barras Kenning m. Mary Thompson *

  1. John A McDonald b. 1896 Woonona 9121/1896
  2. Gladys H McDonald b. 1898 Woonona 8769/1898
  3. Mary E McDonald b. 1900 Woonona 18385/1900
  4. Hector W McDonald b. 1903 Woonona 8707/1903
  5. Hilda D McDonald b. 1905 Woonona 19329/1905
  6. Edna M McDonald b. 1908 Woonona 10330/1908
  7. Ivy M McDonald 1910 Wollongong 34022/1910 
  8. Flora McDonald b. 1913 Woonona 18221/1913
  9. Lorna M McDonald b. 1917 Wollongong 21804/1917

McDonald Margaret Buchanan (Campbell)

b. abt 1849 Wollombi d. 20/4/1917 br Wollongong General

m. William McDonald (1849 Newcastle-on-Tyne Scotland - 31/8/1908 Son of William McDonald & Anne Burnett *) 1876 Wollongong

f. Duncan Campbell m. Susannah Mitchell

  1. (m) William Duncan McDonald b. 1878 Wollongong 24716/1878 d. 1/10/1947 Wollongong (Mary Hall * 1901)
  2. (f) Alice J G McDonald b. d. 21/7/1878 at her Grandmother’s Mrs D Campbell St Peter’s
  3. (m) Frank McK McDonald b. 1881 Wollongong
  4. (m) Lindsay M McDonald b. 1883 Wollongong
  5. (m) Alexander K McDonald b. 1885 Wollongong
  6. (f) Eva M McDonald b. 1888 Wollongong
  7. (f) Gladys H McDonald b. 1898 Woonona
  8. (f) Mary E McDonald b. 1900 Woonona
  9. (m) Hector W McDonald b. 1903 Woonona
  10. (f) Hilda D McDonald b. 1905 Woonona
  11. (f) Edna M McDonald b. 1908 Woonona

Living Mount Keira in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Husband Deputy at Mt Keira Mine for 18 years.

The Funeral of the late Mrs. William McDonald will leave her late residence, Mt. Keira, at 2 o'clock To-morrow (Saturday), April 21st, for Cemetery, Wollongong. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 20 April 1917 p 13

OBITUARY.— The death occurred of Mrs. McDonald, of Mount Keira, last week, widow of the late Wm. Mc Donald. Mrs. McDonald had been ill and unable to get about for the past eighteen months. Her hus band predeceased her about nine years ago- They were very old residents of Mount Keira and respected by the whole community. Four sons and one daughter, all grown up, are left to mourn the loss of a loving mother. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 27 April 1917 p 2

McDonald Matilda Elizabeth

1903 Electoral roll –living at Balgownie Domestic Duties

McDonald Mary

Living Keiraville in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

McDonald Mary

b. abt 1802 Skye

m. John McDonald ( abt 1800 Skye-)

Ship: Henry Porcher 1840

  1. (m) John McDonald b. abt 1827 Skye
  2. (f) Janetlan McDonald b. abt 1829 Skye
  3. (m) John McDonald b. abt 1832 Skye
  4. (f) Jane McDonald b. abt 1835 Skye

On ships dispersal said went to Mr Brown in the Illawarra. Husband a ploughman

MacDonald Mary (Blackburn)

m. James Macdonald

  1. (f) Margaret Mary Macdonald b. 13/5/1855 Fairy Meadow

MacDonald Mary (Farnham)

m. James Macdonald (McDonnel on BDM)1848 CofE Bungonia Goulburn etc

  1. (m) Charles McDonnel b. 17/10/1853 Wollongong
  2. (m) Daniel McDonald b. 5/6/1854 Fairy Meadow
  3. (m) William Macdonald b. 17/7/1855 Wollongong

McDonald Mary (Hall)

b. abt 1881 Durham d. 2/3/1955 Wollongong cr. Woronora

m. William Duncan McDonald (1878 Wollongong -1/10/1947 Wollongong Son of William McDonald & Margaret Buchanan Campbell*) 1901 Wollongong

f. James Hall m. Jane *

Ship: Belgravia 1884

  1. (f) Ida M McDonald b. 1903 Woonona
  2. (f) Iris M McDonald b. 1905 Woonona (V Markham)

McDonald/McDonnell Mary (Scully/Scollin/Sculley)

m. Daniel McDonald 1847 RC Parramatta St Patrick’s

  1. (f) Eliza A McDonald b. 1848 RC Sydney St James
  2. (m) James McDanald b. 10/6/1850 Wollongong
  3. (m) Daniel McDonald b. 1854 RC Illawarra Wollongong

MacDonald Mary Ann (Hobson)

b. abt 1827 d. 31/12/1897 Marshall Mount br. Bong Bong

m. Samuel McDonald (abt 1810- 17/3/1885 Bowral)

f. William Hobson m. Emma

  1. (m) George McDonald b. abt 1847 Burwood d. 20/11/1927 Dapto (Elizabeth Russell * 1871)
  2. (m) William McDonald b. abt 1849 Burwood d. 11/11/1920 Bowral (Annie Maria Ball * 1881)
  3. (m) Charles McDonald b. abt 1852 d. 8/7/1937 Bowral
  4. (m) Robert McDonald b. 4/10/1852 Burwood d. 1924 Robertson (Emmaline Davis 1881 )
  5. (m) Samuel McDonald b. abt 1857 d. 6/1/1873 Albion Park
  6. (f) Sarah McDonald b. 1858 Wollongong 13411/1858 (Alexander Davidson1882)
  7. (m) Henry H McDonald b. 1860 Wollongong 13944/1860 d. 1933 Chatswood
  8. (m) Frederick McDonald b. 1862 Kiama 8536/1862 d. 1941 Auburn
  9. (m) Alexander McDonald b. 1865 Kiama 9844/1865 d. 1896 Bowral (Margaret Ann McCarthy 1890)
  10. (m) John J McDonald b. 1869 Wollongong 19916/1869
  11. (m) Wallace McDonald b. 1871 Berrima d. 1938 Wyong
  12. (f) Emma McDonald b. 1873 Berrima

Death of Mrs.Samuel McDonald.

Mrs. Samuel McDonald, of Glenco Bowral, at the age of 70 years. The deceased left Bowral about 18,months ago, and since then resided with her son, Mr. George McDonald, at Marshall Mount, near Kiama, where she passed away on Thursday .night.

She was a well-known resident of Bowral, where her sons reside, viz., Messrs. Charles,. William, Henry Frederick, and Wallace. Deceased's remains will be brought to Bowral by the midday train to-day (Saturday, and the cortege will move from the railway station at 1.15 p.m., for the Presbyterian cemetory at Bong Bong. Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer (NSW : 1884 - 1901) Saturday 1 January 1898 p 2

McDonald Mary Ann (Buchanan)

b. 13/7/1866 d. 1943 West Maitland

m. Donald McDonald 1885 Mt Pleasant 5496/1885

f. Richard Buchanan m. Ann McLeod *

  1. (f) Margaret A Buchanan b. 1885 Wollongong 23417/1885
  2. (f) Emily J McDonald b. 1886 Mt Pleasant 4378/1886
  3. (m) William George McDonald b. 9/11/1887 Woonona 25266/1887
  4. (f) Constance Ethel McDonald b. 16/6/1889 Corrimal 24426/1889 d. 1/10/1914 Cessnock
  5. (m) Donald McDonald b. 1892 Woonona 39638/1892
  6. (f) Ivy M McDonald b. 1896 Woonona 36286/1896
  7. (m) Richard H McDonald b. 1900 Woonona 36987/1900

McDonald Mary Jane

Living at Mount Terry in 1903 Electoral Roll – Domestic Duties

McDonald Rosa/Rosey

m. Allen McDonald

  1. (f) Mary J McDonald b. 1885 Central Cumberland
  2. (f) Lilly McDonald b. 1891 Kiama 18002/1891 
  3. (f) Rosa A McDonald b. 1893 Cootamundra

McDonald Sarah (Anderson)

b c1794 Isle of Skye Scotland d. 2/8/1890 Katunga Vic br. Murchison Vic

m. John McDonald (Scotland- ) abt 1824 Scotland

f. John Anderson m. ?

Ship: Boyne 1939

  1. (m) Lachlan McDonald b. 1825 Scotland
  2. (f) Mary McDonald b. 1828 Inverness d 3/9/1911 Katunga Vic ( Thomas Holden 1841)
  3. (m) John McDonald b. 1830 Scotland
  4. (m) Archibald McDonald b. abt 1832 Scotland
  5. (m) John McDonald b. 1834 Scotland
  6. (f) Anne McDonald b. Scotland

Lived with her daughter Mary in latter years at Katunga Vic.

Two sons, both named John, described as farmers at Merri Creek in Port Phillip Directory, 1847.

McDonald Sarah (O’Neil)

m. John McDonald

  1. (f) Matilda McDonald b. 15/1/1856 Wollongong

Husband a confectioner


m. G McDonnell

(m) McDonnell

On the 25th June, at the Meadows, Albion Park, the wife of G. McDONNELL, of a son. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 8 July 1869 p 2

MacDonnell Catherine Agathe (Williams)

m. Frederic William MacDonnell ( - Son of Rev Luke Garnder MacDonnell & ) 7/5/1875 St Bede’s Pyrmont

f. James Williams

MAC DONNELL—WILLIAMS.—May 7, by special license, at St. Bede's, Pyrmont, by the Very Rev. Dean O'Connell, Frederic William, youngest son of the late Rev. Luke Gardner Mac Donnell, for near twenty years Rector of Borris-o-leigh, county   Tipperary, Ireland, to Catherine Agathe, second eldest daughter of the late Mr. James Williams, of Wollongong. The Sydney Morning Herald 15 May 1875

McDonnell/McDonald Eliza Frances S

b. abt 1836 d. 30/4/ 1907 Darlinghurst br. Waverley

f. John McDonnell (abt 1835-23/10/1902 Surrey Hills Son of Patrick McDonnell & Christiana)

f. Richard m. Eliza F

  1. (f) Eliza F McDonnell b. 1858 Sydney
  2. (f) Florence I McDonnell b. 1859 Cassilis
  3. (m) John S McDonnell b. 1861 Sydney
  4. (m) Edward E McDonnell b. 1862 Windsor
  5. (f) Catherine E McDonnell b. 1863 Kiama
  6. (f) Ada S McDonnell b. 28/11/1864 Jerara Vale
  7. (f) Amy L McDonnell b. 1866 Kiama
  8. (m) Walter R McDonnell b. 1867 Kiama
  9. (m) Richard A McDonnell b. 1868 Kiama
  10. (m) Francis Sydney McDonnell b. 1870 Kiama

ON Monday, the 28th instant, at her residence, Jerara Vale, Mrs. J. McDonnell, of a daughter. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 1 December 1864 p 2

McDONNELL.-April 30 1907, at her late residence, No 71 Bayswatcr road Darlinghurst, Eliza Frances McDonnell (widow of the late John M-Donnell, of the Department of Public Instruction), aged 71 years At rest The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 1 May 1907 p 8

McDONNELL-The friends of the late Mrs. ELIZA FRANCES McDONNELL are kindly invited to attend her Funeral to leave her late residence 71 Bayswater road Darlinghurst on THURSDAY MORNING,a t 8 30, for Waverley Cometery The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 1 May 1907 p 16

McDonnell Ellen (Reardon)

m. Michael McDonnell

  1. (m) John McDonnell b. 8/6/1858 Dapto 13419/1858
  2. (m) Patrick McDonnell b. 1860 Wollongong 13847/1860 

McDonnell Mary

m. James McDonnell

  1. (m) Frederic McDonnell b. 1858 Wollongong 13387/1858

McDonnell Mary (Connors)

m. Michael McDonnell 1854 RC Illwarra Wollongong

  1. (f) Mary Ann McDonnell b. 5/1/1861 West Dapto

McDonnel Sarah

m. William McDonnell

  1. (m) Stanley H McDonnell b. 1887 Wollongong

McDonnell Sarah (O’Neil)

b. abt 1826 Tyrone Ireland d. 19/2/1868 Crown St Wollongong 7108/1868 br. Corrimal Catholic

m. John MacDonnell 1844 St Mary’s RC Sydney

f. Hugh O’Neil m. Sarah

  1. (m) Charles Macdonnell b. 12/9/1850 Wollongong
  2. (f) Sarah Ann McDonnell b. 20/4/1852 Wollongong
  3. (f) Flora Mary Macdonnell b. 23/4/1854 Wollongong
  4. (f) Anna Maria Macdonell b. 18/9/1857 Wollongong 12311/1857
  5. (m) Alexander McDonnell b. 28/5/1860 Wollongong 13914/1860
  6. (m) William McDonnell b. 23/4/1862 Wollongong 15044/1862

At her residence, Crown-street, Wollongong, SARAH, the wife   of JOHN MACDONNELL, aged 42 years. The Sydney Morning Herald 28 February 1868

Very simple headstone

McDonogh Charlotte (Smith)

b. 6/4/1870 Dapto d. 18/12/1936 br. Wollongong General

m. James Joseph McDonogh (abt 1863-24/7/1944 Wollongong Son of Michael McDonogh & Mary) 15/5/1894 St Paul’s Albion Park

f. John Smith m. Bridget Ryan *

  1. (f) Eileen F McDonogh b. 1902 Wollongong (R Wilson)
  2. (m) Sylvester McDonogh b. 1909 Wollongong d. 1964 Wollongong

Living at Calderwood in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

McDonogh Emma M (Fitt)

b. 1851 d. 1916 Wollongong

Living O’Briens Rd Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. With Patrick Ignatious McDonogh a miner.

McDonogh Mary Jane (Moran)

b. 24/11/1877 Marshal Mount 24644/1878

m. William McDonogh (1871-)14/4/1896 St Francis Xavier’s

f. John Moran m. Mary Gorman *.

Mother gave permission for marriage

  1. (f) Mary Veronica McDonogh b. 31/3/1897 Keelogues (Cecil B Hale 1931)
  2. (m) William Placid McDonogh b. 15/4/1899 Keelogues

McDonogh Stella Reine (Roberts)

b. 1880 Windsor d. 28/11/1912

m. Patrick McDonogh 10/3/1910 Wollongong

f. John Roberts m. Sarah Jane Whatman *

Cause of Death: Suicide

  1. Leonard B McDonogh b. 1910 Wollongong
  2. John P McDonogh b. 1911 Wollongong

Living Figtree in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Inquest on Mrs. M'Donongh. '

An inquest was held before Coroner (Mr. Fletcher) at the local Court House on Saturday morning concerning the death of Mrs. Stella McDouough, who died as the result of taking a dose of Lysol on the 26th inst.

Mrs. Webb, postmistress at Figtree, stated that on Tuesday night, the 26th inst, Patrick McDonough came to her place, and asked her to ring the doctor up, as his wife had taken some Lysol, alter having had a few words with her. She asked the doc tor what would be the best course to adopt until his arrival; and the doctor recommended salt and water.

When witness got to Mrs. McDonough's residence a few minutes after 10 o'clock, she was sitting on the side of the bed in her night dress. As soon as witness got into Mrs. McDonough's she administered the salt and water. Mrs. .McDonough had no powder of speech and looked very pitiful.

She took the first dose of salts and water, but was unable to take the second dose. Witness could then see that the case was very serious, as her hands fell to her side, and she be came unconscious. Whilst witness was away obtaining assistance, Dr. H. H. Lee, arrived and did all he could for Mrs. McDonough. Witness smelt a disinfectant when in the room.

Found a cup afterwards that appeared to have had carbolic acid in it. It would be about four minutes after Mrs. McDonough took the Lysol that witness arrived at her place. The husband of deceased appeared to be demented with grief. The cup (produced) was similar to the one found by witness, and which contained something like disinfectant. When Mr. McDonough came to her place he had no boots on.

Dr. H. H. Lee stated that on the night of .the 26th inst, he went to Mrs McDonough's residence at Figtree. On arrival he found Mrs. McDonough in an unconscious condition, Made inquiries from her husband, and he informed witness that about half an hour before she had drank about half a bottle of Lysol. Found the empty bottle (produced) which had contained Lysol. There was also a cup containing small traces of Lysol. Questioned the husband, and he informed him (witness) that the bottle was half full when he last saw it. Examined Mrs. McDonough, and found her breath smelling strongly of Lysol. Attended on her for about an hour and a-half, and then had her conveyed to the hospital by the ambulance, who were promptly at the scene. Next morning deceased was conscious. Asked her how much Lysol she had taken, and she replied about half a bottle.

She rallied slightly during the day, but died rather suddenly on the 28th, probably due to ulceration oi the stomach caused by taking a dose of Lysol. Deceased attributed no reason for taking the poison. When witness arrived at the house, Mrs. MoDonough's husband was holding her on the side of the bed. Mrs. McDonough died about 10 o'clock on the morning of the 28th. inst.

John Roberts, ex-constable of police, residing at Wollongong, stated that he was the father of Mrs. McDonough. She was 31 years of age, and was born near Windsor. On the 27th he was informed of his daughter's illness, and when he went to the hospital on Wednesday about 1 p.m. he saw his daughter. Did not see his daughter again till Thursday morning. When he saw her she was conscious. Asked his daughter whether she knew .him, and she replied, 'Yes' father I do.' Asked her whether sho was getting better, and she said 'Yes, but it was hard to breathe.' Said to her, 'Stella, what did you take the poison for? and she said that Paddy (meaning her husband) called her some awful names and she then took the poison and threw the bottle away. Witness then left the hospital, and did not see his daughter again alive. At the time he saw her at the hospital she was very calm.

Patrick J. McDonough, miner, residing at Figtree, stated that he was the husband oi the deceased. On the 26th inst he and his wife were in the bedroom together, when she said 'I am going to take that Lysol.' Knew his wife well; she was always calm and collected, and he never thought for a moment that she would take the Lysol. She went into the back of the house, and came back and throw the bottle on the floor. She went to the bed and threw her arms round the children. Noticed liquid running from her mouth, and her breath smelt of Lysol. Immediately ran to the postmistress at Figtree and asked her to ring up Dr. Lee. Then went back to the house, and went into the kitchen and got some salts and water.

Tried to give it to her, but she could not swallow it. Shortly after this Mrs. Webb came, and made an emetic of salts and water, but he could not say whether his wife swallowed any of it. When Dr. Lee arrived he attended to witness's wife, and she was afterwards removed to the hospital by the ambulance. Followed the ambulance to the hospital, and assisted to carry his wife into the ward. After leaving the hospital, he went and informed his wife's parents of her illness. Went back to the hospital, and remained there until about half-past three. Saw his wife on the morning of the 27th, and she was then conscious, Asked her 'Why she took the Lysol, and she replied, 'Paddy, I don't love you.' Said, 'Did you not think of your two little boys,' and she said, 'No, not till after I swallowed it.' _ Saw her again that night, and remained at the hospital for an hour. Did 'not say much to her, as she was in too much agony. Remained with her till 6 o'clock the next morning. This was the last time he saw his wife alive.

He was married on the 8th March,1910.

The Coroner's finding was that Stella McDonough died at the Wollongong District Hospital on the 28lh inst. from a dose of Lysol administered by herself on the 26th inst. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 3 December 1912 p 2

McDonough /McDonagh

m. J McDonough

Occupation: Nursing Sister

At a special meeting of. the committee of the Wollongong Hospital, held on Friday night, Mr. and Mrs. M'Donagh were re-appointed wardsman and matron of the institution. They had resigned their position with a view to accepting more lucrative ones in Queensland, but overtures were made to them with the above result. Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931) Monday 16 August 1897 p 5

matron (Mrs M'Donogh), under date April 4 : —' Madam, — Owing to a communication received from the Government…. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Saturday 23 April 1898 p 2

At a special meeting of the Bombala District Hospital for the purpose of appointing a matron and wardsman for the Institution, the application of Mr. M'Donough and wife (late of Wollongong Hospital) at £75 per annum was accepted. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Saturday 10 December 1898 p 2

They were in Wollongong from 1896 to late 1898 . In 1901 there was another matron and wardsman husband and wife team at Bombala.

McDonough Mary (Lynch)

b. d. 27/4/1892 Tarana br. Young

m. McDonough

f. Lynch

  1. (f) Child McDonough b. 1891

Cause of Death: Railway accident

She may not have married McDonough/McDonnell/McDonagh as he may have been already married. A Murtagh Stephen McDonald/McDonnell was gaoled for wife desertion in 1886 at Bathurst-he was employed on the railway. A Stephen McDonogh and Mary A had a daughter Margaret M in 1891 at Berry.

‘and a woman, believed to be the wife of a Mr. M'Donough, of Kiama.’ Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Saturday 30 April 1892 p 2

Nine people were killed in the railway accident. Her husband was a sleeper squarer on the Kiama to Nowra railway extension, she had been taking her sick child home to her mother’s at Molong.

'To-day the infant M'Donough has been removed from the hospital (Bathurst),by her father, to be placed under the care of his late wife's mother, who lives at Molong. The little girl seems to have got over her injuries very well. She has been suffering from whooping cough, but has now got over it. Wagga Wagga Express (NSW : 1879 - 1920) Saturday 7 May 1892 p 3

The Late Railway Disaster

The body of the unfortunate woman, Mrs. Mary McDonagh, which remained for such a length of time unidentified, was last night removed from the hospital morgue by her husband and- friends from Molong. It was taken to the railway station where a special train, placed at the disposal of the bereaved husband by the Railway Commissioners was in waiting to convey it to Young. The remains will be interred in a family vault in the Roman Catholic cemetery to-day. The infant still remains at the hospital, the friends having decided not to remove it from tbe comfortable quarters there until after the mother has been buried. Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal (NSW : 1851 - 1904) Monday 2 May 1892 p 2

McDonough/McDanagh/McDonagh Bridget see Carberry Bridget

McDonogh Elizabeth Theresa (Kenny)

b. 12/4/1865 Bulli 16898/1865 d. 9/9/1938 Strathfield br. Rookwood

m. Patrick Francis McDonogh (28/12/1859 Charcoal -29/1/1925 South Strathfield Son of John McDonogh & Hanora Tighe *) 1890 Wollongong

f.Michael Kenny m. Ellen Bourke *

  1. (m) Michael L McDonogh b. 1890 Newtown
  2. (m) John F McDonogh b. 1895 Burwood
  3. (m) William P McDonogh b. 1898 Burwood
  4. (m) Vincent J McDonogh b. 1903 Canterbury

Was an executor of her father’s will in 1905

McDONOGH.—September 9, 1939, at a private hospital Strathfield, Elizabeth Theresa McDonogh of 6 Cross Street, South Strathfield, relict of the late Patrick Francis McDonogh, and beloved mother of Michael, John, Vincent and William aged 74 years. Requiescat in pace. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 10 September 1938 p 10

McDonagh Hanna/Hanora/ Anna (Tighe)

b. 7/11/1829 Slingo Ireland d. 10/8/1886 br. Wollongong General

m. John McDonagh ( 1821 Sligo Ireland – 26/3/1907 Redfern Son of John McDonough & Margaret )5/12/1845 Sligo Ireland

f. John Tighe m. Margaret McDonough

  1. (m) Michael Joseph McDonogh d. 1886 Mudgee ( Emma Mary Fish 1871)
  2. (f) Mary Ann McDonough b. 30/7/1852 Boston USA d. 17/7/1920 Erskinville ( Sylvester Joseph Burns 1889)
  3. (m) Patrick Francis McDonough b. 28/12/1859 Charcoal 13796/1860 d. 29/1/1925 South Strathfield (Elizabeth T Kenny * 1890)
  4. (f) Catherine McDonough b. 2/4/1862 Kelougue V18632305 121A/1863
  5. (f) Elizabeth McDonough b. 1866 Wollongong 16613/1866
  6. (m) William McDonogh
  7. (m) Charles Edward McDonagh b. 31/3/1871 Fig Tree Wollongong ( )
  8. (f) Teresa McDonaugh b. 6/6/1874 Fig Tree Wollongong
  9. (f) female McDonough (E O’Connell)

McDonough Katie (Connors)

m. John McDonough

  1. (f) Catherine McDonough * b. abt 1865 Wollongong (James Donohue 1887)

McDonough / McDonogh Margaret Josephine (Bolton)

b. 22/11/1874 Wollongong 21599/1874 d. 1/3/1951 Wollongong br. Wollongong General

m. John Henry McDonogh (19/10/1864 Dapto – 16/7/1938 Mt Keira Rd Wollongong Son of Michael McDonough & Mary Tighe*) 10/2/1897 Wollongong

f. James Bolton m. Margaret Hanley *

  1. (m) James Joseph McDonogh b. 14/2/1898 Keelogues
  2. (f) Margaret Mary McDonogh b. 13/5/1900 Keelogues (Keightley)
  3. (m) Michael T McDonough b. 1905 Wollongong
  4. (m) John F McDonogh . b. 1902 Wollongong
  5. (f) Mary Dorathea McDorough b. 1906 Wollongong (William Prosser 1941 )
  6. (m) Francis Vincent McDonogh b. 1912 Wollongong

Living at Keelogues in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

Mrs. M.J. McDonough Mrs. Margaret Josephine Mc Donough died at the Wollongong District Hospital yesterday morning after a sudden, short illness. She was 76. She resid ed at 53 Keira Road, West Wollongong. Born in Woilongong, Mrs. Mc Donough was the wife of the late Mr. John Henry McDonough. She. is survived by her children, James, Margaret (Mrs. Keightley), John, Dot (Mrs; W. Prosser. of Woonona), and Vincent. Mrs. McDoriough attended the blessing of the new St. Brigid's Church, Gwynneville, by Cardinal Gilroy on Sunday. The funeral will leave the Little Flower Church, West Wollongong, this afternoon for the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Wollongong, where Father Mulheren will conduct the last rites Illawarra Daily Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1950 - 1954) Friday 2 March 1951 p 4

McDonagh/McDonough Mary Anne (Tighe)

b. abt 1833 d. 18/2/1916 br. Wollongong General

m. Michael McDonagh ( abt 1834 Sligo Ireland - 11/2/1916 Wollongong Son of John McDonough & Mary) 14/7/1858 St Francis Xavier’s Wollongong 1858 Wollongong 2919/1858

f. John Tighe m. Margaret McDonough *

  1. (f) Bridget Mary McDonnagh * b. 2/6/1859 Kembla d. 1/3/1908 ( Patrick Fitzgerald 1890 )
  2. (m) James McDonogh b. 6/7/1861 Mt Kembla d. 24/7/1944 Wollongong (Charlotte Smith * 1894)
  3. (f) Catherine McDonough b. 11/12/1863 Killogues
  4. (m) John Henry McDonagh b. 19/10/1864 Dapto 16592/1864 d. 16/7/1938 Wollongong (Margaret Bolton * 1897)

By special license, at St Francis Xavier'a Church, by the Rev. J. X. Johnson, on Wednesday, 14th instant, Michael M'Donough, native of Ireland, to Mary, the youngest daughter of Mr John Tighe. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Thursday 15 July 1858 p 3

The death occurred on Friday evening at the homestead, Keelogues, of Mrs. M. McDonough, she thus survived her husband but a few day, She was eighty-three years of age, and had been a resident for 58 years. Mrs. McDonough was noted; for her neighbourly kindness South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 25 February 1916 p 10

McDougall Edwina (Thomas)

b. 1865 Bombala 6657/1865 d. 22/9/1919 Coogee br. Randwick

m. Brisbane James McDougall (-1946 Northbridge) 20/2/1893 Wollongong 7552/1893

f. William H Thomas m. Elizabeth Amy

  1. (m) Keith McDougall b. 1894 Grafton 14289/1894
  2. (f) Doris Ann McDougall b. 1895 Grafton 3596/1895 d. 1980 Qld
  3. (m) Colin Clarence McDougall b. 1900 Grafton 22200/1900 d. 1953 Qld

M DOUGALL-THOMAS -February 20, at Wollongong, by the Rev Frank R Elder, James M'Dougall to Edwina Thomas The Sydney Morning Herald 6 March 1893

McDOUGALL. - The Friends of the late Mrs EDWINA McDOUGALL are kindly invited to attend her funeral to leave her late residence, Brenda, Kidman Street, Coogee THIS TUESDAY, at 3 p.m. for Randwick General Cemetery Long Bay Road The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Tuesday 23 September 1919 p 7

McDowell Eliza (Caladine)

b. abt 1882

m. William A Macdowell 1907

f. Javis Caladine m. Susannah Brailsford *

Living at South Clifton in 1903 Electoral Roll – Domestic Duties

McDowell Fanny Minnie (Nethercott/Nethercut)

b. abt 1855 bp. CofE Sydney St James 3925/1855 V18553925 42B d. 1938 Liverpool

m. Frederick William McDowell (Renfrewshire Scotland-19/4/1919 Bankstown) 9/9/1879 Sydney

f. William Nethercott m. Fanny

  1. (f) Fanny M McDowell b. 1880 Sydney (Herbert J J Doust 1901)
  2. (f) Charlotte M McDowell b. 1883 Waterloo (Charles Host 1905)
  3. (m) Frederick William McDowell b. 19/5/1885 Brisbane Valley Qld
  4. (f) Janet G McDowell b. 1888 Woonona (Hugh C Duncan 1912)
  5. (f) Alexandria M McDowell b. 1890 Woonona d. 1891 Woonona
  6. (f) Letita L McDowell (Sydney Moore 1912)

McDOWELL-NETHERCOTT.-September 9, Mr. Frederick W. McDowell, of Greenock, Scotland, to Miss Fanny M. Nethercott, of Woolloomooloo. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 13 September 1879 p 1

McDOWELL.—May 19, 1885, at her residence, Brisbane Valley Queensland, the wife of Frederick W. McDowell, of a son. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 14 May 1886 p 1

McDowell Mary

m. Thomas H McDowell

  1. (f) Margaret A McDowell b. 1885 Wollongong

McDowell Sarah Goodsall (Playford)

b. 1870 St George d. 16/12/1903 br. Wollongong General

m. Louis McDowell (abt 1869-1954 ) 1891 Petersham

f. William Playford m. Mary Rootes

Cause of Death: Childbirth?

  1. (f) Edna McDowell b. 1894 Berrima
  2. (m) George S McDowell b. 1895 Penrith
  3. (f) Alice McDowell b. 1898 Wollongong
  4. (f) Mary E McDowell b. 1901 Wollongong
  5. (f) Sarah P McDowell b. 1903 Wollongong

Living at Keira St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

McDOWELL— At Keira-street, Wollongong. on December 16th. Sarah, beloved wife of Louis McDowell, and elder daughter of W. Playford, Cullinga Mines. Aged 33 years. The Methodist (Sydney, NSW : 1892 - 1954) Saturday 30 January 1904 p 6

MacDuff Isabella Jane (Vidler)

b. 17/8/1866 Jamberoo 9606/1866  d. 30/9/1923 Hastings Hospital br. Port Macquarie

m. Robert McBain McDuff (1861 Kiama- 5/8/1941 Port Macquarie son of Hugh McDuff & Isabella * ) 10/10/1889 Jamberoo

f. Joseph Vidler m. Elizabeth Sarah Dawes *

  1. Robert Stuart M MacDuff b. 1890 Kiama
  2. Elsie P MacDuff b. 1891 Kiama (Ernest P McIntyre 1921)
  3. Isabella M MacDuff b. 1896 Kiama
  4. Ruby E J MacDuff b. 1897 Kiama (George R McLean 1922)
  5. Donald L MacDuff
  6. Bruce A MacDuff b. 1902 Port Macquarie

We are pleased to state that Mrs. MacDuff, wife of Mr. R. MacDuff, of West Port Maoquarie, who was operated on last week at Taree is making satisfactory progress towards recovery. The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate (NSW : 1882 - 1950) Saturday 2 September 1922 p 4


We regret to record ? the death of a highly-respected resident of Port Macquarie, in the person of Mrs. MacDuff, wife of Mr. Robert MacDuff which occurred in a private ward in the Hastings District Hospital on Sunday last at 2 p.m., at the age of 55 years.

The deceased lady never regained strength after an operation which she underwent 12 months ago, her health gradually declining, until she passed painlessly to rest at tbe time stated.

She was removed from her home to the hospital a few days prior to her death, where the assiduous ministrations of the Matron and staff soothed her last hours. The late Mrs. MacDuff was born at Old Place, Jamberoo, South Coast, and was the eldest daughter of the late Mr. Joseph Vidler and Mrs. Vidler, of that town.

She was married 34 years ago, and 23 years ago came with her husband to Port Macquarie, wheie they have since resided. There are six children of the union — three sons and three daughters, viz., Messrs. Stuart MacDuff (Manning River), Bruce (Canberra), Donald (Port Macquarie), Mesdames E. G. McIntyre (North Shore, Port Macquarie), McLean (Sydney), and Miss May MacDuff (Port Macquarie). Mrs. MacDuff was a woman of retiring disposition, who found her chief interests in her home and family. She was of a kindly and sympathetic nature, and her services were always at the disposal of a neighbour in distress. We extend our deepest sympathy to the bereaved relatives.

The funeral took place on Monday afternoon last, a big attendance of mourners being present, including all the members of the family with the exception of Mrs. McLean, whose state of health did not permit of her undertaking the long journey from the metropolis. The remains were interred in the Presbyterian section of the West Port Macquarie cemetery, The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate (NSW : 1882 - 1950) Saturday 6 October 1923 p 4

MacDuff Isabella Stewart (Rankin)

b. abt 1836 d. 8/4/1911 Mt Morgan Qld

m. Hugh MacDuff (abt 1837-8/1/1911 Mt Morgan Qld) 1861 Kiama

f. Duncan Rankin m. Elizabeth Stewart

  1. Robert McBain MacDuff b. 1861 Kiama 8347/1861 d. 5/8/1941 Port Macquarie (Isabella Jane Vidler * 1889)
  2. Jane Elizabeth MacDuff * b. 1864 Kiama 9262/1864 d. 1943 Berry (Hugh Stevenson 1881)
  3. Jonah MacDuff b. 1868 Kiama 10693/1868 d. 1939 Qld (Matilda Jane Davidson 1898)
  4. Catherine Newell Chapman MacDuff b. 1866 Kiama 9516/1866 (John Malcolm Harrod 1896)
  5. Hugh Alexander MacDuff b. 1871 Kiama 11765/1871 d. 1948 Qld (Martha Augusta Davidson 1897)


McDUFF-At the residence of her son, River-street, Mount Morgan, on 8th instant, Isabella S. McDuff, relict of the late Hugh McDuff, aged 75 years. Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Tuesday 11 April 1911 p 1

McElhenny/McElhurney/McIlhurney/McElhinney/McElhenney/McElhiney Hannah (Gallegher)

d. 1886 Goulburn

m. Charles McIlhurney (-1892 Waterloo)

f. Bernard Gallegher m. Ellen

  1. (f) Ellen McElhurney b. 15/12/1859 Kiama bp Kiama Rc
  2. (m) John McElhenny b. 7/2/1861 Kiama bp Kiama RC
  3. (f) Mary A McElhinney b. 1863 Braidwood
  4. (f) Hannah McElhenney b. 1867 Braidwood
  5. (m) Thomas McElhenney b. 1874 Braidwood
  6. (f) Theresa McElhinney b. 1875 Braidwood
  7. (f) Margaret McElhenny b. 1878 Hill End d. 1909 Newtown

Husband a labourer/farmer

Husband a tanner.

McEnally Bridget (Whelan)

b. 1863 Queanbeyan d. 28/2/1914 br. Wollongong General

m. William Lett McEnally ( 1857 Gundaroo - 25/12/1939 Wollongong Son of William John McEnally &Esther Guise )

f. Jeremiah Whelan m. Margaret

  1. (m) William Austin McEnally b. 1887 Bungendore d. 1955 Wollongong
  2. (m) Joseph Leo McEnally b. 1893 Bungendore d. 1959 Balmain
  3. (f) Veronica Mary McEnally b. 1899 Bungendore d.
  4. (m) John Francis McEnally b. 1904 Braidwood d. 21/2/1954 Wollongong

McEncroe Johanna (McGrath)

b. abt 1822 Clonoulty Tipperary d. 21/10/1900 Shellharbour

m. William McEncroe (abt 1805 Tipperary Ireland -5/4/1864 Jamberoo)

  1. (f) Johanna Mary McEncroe * b. abt 1835 d. 28/3/1920 Bowral (William Kelleher 1868)
  2. (m) John Joseph McEncroe b. 29/5/1855 Jamberoo reg Kiama RC d. 1894 Kiama (Rose Roarty * 1887)

Husband a settler

At Jamberoo, on the 5th inst , Mr. William M'Encroe, native of Tipperary, Ireland, in the 60th year of his age, after receiving the rites of holy church, leaving a wife and four children. Freeman's Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1932) Wednesday 13 April 1864 p 7

A fine old Irish Catholic lady passed away in the person of Mra. Johanna M'Encroe (relict of the late William M'Encroe) at Newpark, Shellharbour, on the 2lst ultimo. The deceased lady, who had reached the age of 88, was a native of Clonoulty, and had been a resident of the South Coast for very many years, was held in general estimation, and her end was peace and consolation. Freeman's Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1932) Saturday 27 October 1900 p 11

McEncroe /McEnroe Rose (Roarty)

b. 26/5/1867 Kiama d. 1957 br. Kiama General

m. John Joseph McEncroe ( 29/5/1855 Jamberoo- 1894 Kiama Son of William McEncroe & Johanna McGrath * ) 16/2/1887 Residence of Mr Roarty Shellharbour

f. Edward Roarty m. Mary Dillon *

Father live in Shellharbour or Kiama , husband’s father lived Jamberoo

  1. (m) William Austin McEnroe b. 29/2/1888 Shellharbour d. 1968 Kiama
  2. (f) Mary Mildred McEnroe b. 4/5/1889 Shellharbour d. 1979 NSW
  3. (f) Catherine Muriel McEncroe b. 27/7/1891 Shellharbour
  4. (m) Edward Leslie McEncroe b. 1893 Kiama d. 1951 Marrickville

Living at Dunmore in 1903 Electoral Roll – Domestic Duties

McEvoy/McAvoy Bridget (Toacoy)

m. Michael McEvoy

  1. (f) Mary McEvoy b. 1842 bp. RC St Mary’s Sydney
  2. (f) Catherine McEvoy b. 1845 bp. RC St Mary’s Sydney V1845153 62/1845
  3. (f) Sarah McEvoy b. 1847 bp. RC St Mary’s Sydney V18472577 64/1847
  4. (m) James C McEvoy b. 1853 bp. RC St Mary’s Sydney V1853428 70/1853
  5. (m) John Mathew McAvoy b. 29/8/1856 Berkley Estate 8435/1856

McEvoy Hannah/Johanna (Linehan then Shea/Sheehy)

b. 1819 Innishcarra Ireland

m. Daniel Shea

m. Patrick McEvoy

Ship: 1837 ?


Dscription: Red Hair

Crime: Stealing livestock

She may have been a bigamist.

  1. (m) Michael McEvoy b. 17/12/1838
  2. (f) Elizabeth McEvoy b. 6/6/1840 Shoalhaven
  3. (m) PatStealing livestock rick McEvoy b. 10/7/1841 Shoalhaven
  4. (m) John McEvoy b. 17/11/1842 Shoalhaven
  5. (f) Jane McEvoy b. 29/12/1843 Shoalhaven
  6. (m) Thomas McEvoy b. 20/1/1845 Shoalhaven
  7. (m) Patrick McEvoy b. 3/4/1847 Shoalhaven

McEwen/McEwan Alice (Hicks)

b. 1/11/1852 Wollongong d. 19/2/1919 Thirroul br. Bulli

m. William McEwen ( 4/5/1844 Paisley Scotland- 25/7/1890 Robbinsville Son of William McEwen & Jane Spowart) 1871 Newcastle 3063/1871

f. James Hicks m. Margaret Brain *

  1. (f) Margaret McEwen b. 2/3/1872 Waratah
  2. (f) Jane McEwen b. 24/8/1873 Waratah 15682/1873
  3. (m) William James McEwen b. 20/6/1876 Waratah d. 1922
  4. (m) Charles Henry McEwen b. 12/3/1879 Bulli 26056/1879
  5. (m) Herbert Hamilton McEwen b. 17/2/1881 Bulli
  6. (f) Jean Alice McEwen b. 2/1/1883 Bulli 21161/1883
  7. (f) Marian McEwen b. 19/7/1885 Bulli 23749/1885
  8. (m) James Hicks McEwen b. 7/3/1889 Bulli 24621/1889

Living at Bulli in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

OBITUARY. — After a lingering illness, Mrs. McEwan passed away last week. The deceased lady was one of the oldest residents of Thirroul and was always noted, for her generosity in cases of charity. She also led a good Christian life, and her death to-day is regretted by a large circle of friends. The remains were interned in the Bulli Church of England cemetery. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 28 February 1919 p 8

McEwen Augusta/Augustine (Prussing)

b. 1863 Young d. 23/1/1944 Hurstville br. Woronora

m. William McEwen (1852- Bingara ) 1880 Grenfell 2896/1880

f. Frederick Prussing m. Mary

  1. (m) William W McL McEwan b. 1881 Dubbo
  2. (m) Robert McEwen b. 1884 Dubbo 14472/1884 d. 1970 Newtown
  3. (m) George T McEwen b. 1887 Woonona 25180/1887 d. 1887 Woonona
  4. (f) Ella M McEwen b. 1890 Hurstville

Last child was registered without a father listed.

McFadden Alice (Palmer)

b. 1862 Wollongong 14980/1862 d. 7/10/1943 Moree br. Moree

m. Henry McFadden (- 1937 Singleton Son of Henry McFadden & Maria ) 1883 Wollongong

f. David Palmer m. Mary Ann Thrower *

  1. (f) Illawarra M L McFadden b. 1885 Patrick Plains (Reginald Fawcett 1914)
  2. (m) David Henry C McFadden b. 1888 Singleton d. 1962 Chatwood
  3. (m) Cleland Valentine McFadden b. 1891 Singleton d. 1979
  4. (f) Doris M McFadden b. 1894 Singleton (James Milligan 1913)
  5. (m) Lindsay P P McFadden b. 1897 Singleton
  6. (m) Frank E E McFadden b. 1900 Singleton d. 1900 Singleton


Mrs. Alice McFadden, a former esteemed and well-known resident of Singleton, passed away at a Moree hospital last night at the age of 80 years. Deceased was a resident of Singleton for very, many years, but upon the death of her husband, the late Mr. Henry McFadden, she left for Moree to reside with a daughter However, deceased's interest in Singleton never waned, and ever since leaving here she has maintained contact, with this town.

Mrs. McFadden will be best remembered for the outstanding werk she oncomplished in Singleton for the Red Cress and for the C.W.A. She was ever willing to lenda hand to patriotic and deserving causes, and her work in this respect in connection with organisatipns and the var ious individuals she has helped along stand as a memoral to her untiring energy and devotion. The late Mr. Henry McFadden conducted a coach building businsss in George Street up to the time of his death in December 1937. The late Mrs. McFadden is survived by two sons and two daughters. The sons are Messrs. David (Dubbo) and Cleland (Bathurst), and the daughters are Mesdames J. Milligan (Mosman), and Reg. Fawcett (Moree). The funeral will be conducted at Moree tomorrow. Singleton Argus (NSW : 1880 - 1954) Friday 8 October 1943 Page 2

McFadden Julia (King)

d. 24/3/1906 Dungarubba br. Woodburn

m. James McFadden 1886 Liverpool

f. Thomas King m. Julia

Cause of Death: Bright’s disease

  1. (f) Julia McFadden b. 1887 Canterbury
  2. (m) James McFadden b. 1888 St Leonards
  3. (m) Thomas King McFadden b. 1891 Kiama d. 1953 Auburn
  4. (f) Catherine M McFadden b. 1893 Kiama
  5. (f) Ethel McFadden b. 1895 Rylstone
  6. (f) Ileen McFadden b. 1896 Rylestone
  7. (f) Kathleen R McFadden b. 1898 Rylstone d. 1965 Sydney
  8. (m) Michael P McFadden b. 1900 Rylstone
  9. (f) Florence C McFadden b. 1902 Granville
  10. (m) William J McFadden b. 1906 Lismore

Death of Mrs J. McFadden.

Mrs. McFadden, wife of Mr. J. McFadden, of Dungarubba, died on Saturday night last, after a long and painful illness from Bright's disease. The deceased leaves a husband and large family. The remains were conveyed to Woodburn by launch on Monday, and interred in the R.C. Cemetery. Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954) Saturday 31 March 1906 p 4

McFadden Mary Hannah (Davies)

b. abt 1873 d. 13/8/1953 Ashfield

m. Francis McFadden ( abt 1857 – 19/4/1923 Wollongong Son of James McFadden & Frances ) 1897 Woollahra

f. Robert Davies m. Ann

  1. (f) Hilda Frances McFadden b. 1898 Woonona (James Colin Grant 1920)
  2. (f) Annie T McFadden b. 1901 Woonona

Living Woonona in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

McFarlane Annie (Fraser)

b. 1876 Kiama 13501/1876 d. 24/3/1973 St Leonards

m. John McFarlane 1909 Kiama

f. Alexander Fraser m. Annie Campbell *

Living at Macquarie River in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties

McFarlane Eva C M M (Murray then Gillespie)

b. 1878 Wollongong d. 11/12/1931 Croydon br. Unanderra

m. William S Gillespie (1863 Wollongong -25/4/1914 Unanderra Son of Archibald Gillespie & Isabella ) 1899 Wollongong

m. Walter Alexander N MacFarlane (- 1941 Randwick Son of Alexander MacFarlane & Elizabeth) 1917 Wollongong

f. John Murray m. Annie Burgess *

  1. (f) Georgina Gillespie b. 1902 Wollongong 8566/1902 d. 20/4/1902
  2. (m) Archibald John Gillespie b. 1903 Wollongong 35865/1903 d. 1977
  3. (f) Annie Gillespie b. 1905 Wollongong 39362/1905
  4. (m) William C Gillespie b. 1911 Wollongong 23136/1911 
  5. (m) Alex

Living at Unanderra in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic duties

MACFARLANE. — December 11th, 1931, at her residence, 7 Queen Street, Croydon, Eva, the beloved mother of Archie. Annie, Bill, and Alex. Aged 51. Suddenly. At Rest. The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1931 - 1954) Friday 18 December 1931 p 8

McFarlane Jessie

b. abt 1835 Wigtown Scotland

m. Duncan McFarlane (abt 1827 Argyle Scotland-)

Ship: Herald 1856

  1. (f) Jessie McFarlane b. 1856 Sydney 996/1856 d. 1856 Sydney
  2. (m) Robert McFarlane b. 1857 Wollongong 12343/1857

McFarlane Mary A (Hickey)

m. Patrick W McFarlane 1886 Tamworth 7428/1886

  1. (f) Mary Hyacinthia McFarlane b. 21/4/1887 Wollongong
  2. (f) Veronica Ellen Esther McFarlane b. 28/9/1889 Wollongong 24528/1889

McFarlane Mary Anne (Nolan)

b. abt 1874 Newcastle NSW

m. Matthew Ernest McFarlane (1874-) 4/5/1896 St Francis Xavier’s

f. Andrew Nolan m. Sarah Campbell

  1. (f) Elizabeth McFarlane b. 2/11/1896 Mount Keira d. 1970 Burwood
  2. (f) Mildred M McFarlane b. 1900 Redfern
  3. (m) John E C McFarlane b. 1907 Newtown
  4. (m) Vincent J McFarlane b. 1910 Newtown

McGann Ethel Lillian

Living Jerrara Park Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

McGarry/McGarra Bridget (?)

b. abt 1794 Leitrim Co Ireland

m. ? McGarry

Ship: Almorah 1824

  1. (u) Unknown McGarry

Sentence: 7 years

Tried: Dublin 1823

Prior Convictions: nil

Assigned to C O’Brien in 1828 Census as a servant – Her child was left in Dublin when she was convicted. Her husband was a soldier in the 88th Regiment of Foot.

McGarry Sarah (Collimore)

b. 2/2/1848 Liverpool d. 18/7/1897 Helensburgh br. Helensburgh

m. Michael McGarry 1871 Sydney

f. Robert Collimore m. Margaret Horton

Cause of Death: Breast cancer

  1. (m) Claude McGarry b. 1873 Sydney
  2. (m) John Walton McGarry b. 1875 Inverell
  3. (f) Olive Mary McGarry * b. 1877 Inverell d. 1956 Bulli (John Henness 1897)
  4. (f) Ethel May McGarry * b. 1879 Inverell ( Andrew Rae 1899)
  5. (f) Ella M McGarry b. 1882 Inverell (George S Johnston 1909)
  6. (f) Minnie McGarry b. 1884 Bundarra d. 1884 Bundarra
  7. (m) James V McGarry b. 1886 Lismore
  8. (f) Amy Grace McGarry b. 1887 Lismore (William McKinnon 1909)
  9. (f) Madeline McGarry b. 1891 Lismore (Charles Masters 1914)

Husband a butcher.

McGarvie Ellen/Helen (McDonald)

b. 28/3/1861 Galston Ayreshire Scotland d. 1932 Cessnock

m. James Glen McGarvie (19/9/1856 Dailly Ayreshire Scotland- 1944 Cessnock Son of William McGarvie & Margaret) 25/5/1879

  1. (m) James Glen McGarvie b. d. 1946 Cessnock (Eileen Daly 1928)
  2. (m) John MCDonald McGarvie b. 1888 Woonona 25818/1888 d. 1974 Belmont (Susannah Dodd 1913)  
  3. (m) Samuel McGarvie b. 1889 Wollongong 24492/1889 d. 1968 Cessnock (Jean McEwen 1914)
  4. (f) Ellen McGarvie b. abt 1900 Cessnock (James W Hamilton 1912)
  5. (f) Mary McGarvie b. 28/12/1893 Coalville d. 4/1/1961 Cessnock (Edward W Dood 1915)
  6. (f) Ruby McGarvie b. 1896 (Harlod Ball 1918)
  7. (m) David McGarvie b. 1905 West Wallsend ? 8691/1905 d. 1905 West Maitland

McGeachie Catherine A (McCulloch)

b. 1873 Scotland d. 1926 Wellington WA

m. John McGeachie 1894

f. Peter McCulloch m. Sarah G *

Ship: Ormuz 1889

  1. (m) David C McGeachie b. 1896 Helensburgh
  2. (m) Peter McCulloch McGeachie b. 1898 Woonona d. 1965 Wellington WA
  3. (f) Sarah G McGeachie b. 1900 Woonona
  4. (f) Lily McGeachie b. 1902 West Wallsend

Was Living in Western Australia in 1915 when her son David enlisted.

McGeachie/McCeachie Lizzie Agnes (Johnston)

b. 1881 Redfern d. 3/10/1970 Maitland br. Beresfield Newcastle.

m. John Barr McGeachie (abt 1873-14/7/1954 Cessnock Son of George McGeachie & Margaret ? *) 24/10/1901 Woonona

f. William Johnston m. Margaret

  1. (f) Doris McGeachie b. 1902 Helensburgh
  2. (m) George Frederick Mcgeachie b. 1904
  3. (f) Lillian M McGeachie b. 1912 Cessnock
  4. (f) Gladys J McGeachie b. 1919 Cessnock

Living at Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic duties

On Thursday, Mr. J. M'Geachie, of Helensburgh, and Miss Johnston, eldest daughter of Mr. W. Johnston, were made one. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Saturday 26 October 1901 p 11

McGeachie Margaret (Gibb)

b. 5/5/1845 Campsie Stirling Scotland d. 9/2/1928 Helensburgh br. Helensburgh

m. George McGeachie (3/3/1849 Hilton Cottages Cadder Lanark Scotland -28/7/1920 Helensburgh Son of John McGeachie & Janet Ferrier Cleland)

  1. (f) Janet McGeachie b. 1867
  2. (m) John McGeachie b. 1868
  3. (m) George McGeachie b. 1869 d. 1885
  4. (f) Margaret Barr McGeachie * b. 1871 d. 10/6/1950 Bulli (Rankin , Woodward)
  5. (m) John Barr McGeachie b. 1872 d. 14/7/1954 Cessnock(Lizzie Agnes Johnston * 1901)
  6. (m) Alexander Cleland McGeachie b. 1876
  7. (m) Joseph McGeachie b. 1880
  8. (f) Janet Cleland McGeachie d. 1966 Wollongong (William Moore 1910 )

Living at Helensburgh in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic duties

The death occured here on Thursday last of one of Helensburgh's oldest and most respected residents, Mrs McGeachie. The remains were followed by a large number of relatives and friends. The deceased was a resident of over 40 years and will be greatly missed by a large circle of friends. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 17 February 1928 p 7

McGeary Eliza Mary (Ford)

b. 1872 Carcoar d. 1950 Parramatta

m. Patrick McGeary (abt 1861 Ireland- 1941 Merrylands Son of Terence McGeary & Rosannah Rafferty *) 1889 Crookwell

f. Richard Ford m. Sarah

  1. (f) Mary Agnes McGeary b. 15/6/1891 Wollongong 38463/1891 d. 1960 Parramatta  (Vere S Yeadon 1912)

Husband a miner who became bankrupt 27/6/1895. Resided Mt Pleasant.

McGeary Rosanna (Rafferty)

m. Terence McGeary

  1. (f) Mary McGeary * b. abt 1855 Newcastle on Tyne England d. 1940 Balgownie (Patrick McMahon 1882)
  2. (m) Patrick McGeary b. abt 1861 Ireland d. 1941 Granville (Eliza Mary Ford * 1889)
  3. (f) Catherine McGeary * b. abt 1870 Durham England d. 1928 Sydney ( John McGee 1893)

1903 Electoral roll –living at Mount Pleasant Domestic Duties. Husband a labourer.

When her daughter Mary died it was noted that she came to live in the Illawarra with her parents at an early age.

McGeddy/ McGagin/McGreedy/McGeddie/McGrady Rose (Galagher)

m. John McGeddy

  1. (f) Bridget McGrady b. 1863 Maitland
  2. (m) Patrick McGreedy b. 1864 Maitland
  3. (m) John McGagin b. 17/6/1865 Wollongong 1865/16947
  4. (f) Sarah McGeddie b. 1867 Muswellbrook

McGee Ann (Doherty/Dougherty)

m. James McGee 1872 Gulgong

  1. (m) James McGee b. 1876 Gulgong 15554/1876
  2. (m) Andrew McGee b. 1879 Gunnedah 23982/1879
  3. (m) William McGee b. 1881 Campbelltown 12555/1881
  4. (f) Mary McGee b. 9/2/1885 Clifton 23696/1885

McGee Catherine (McGeary)

b. abt 1870 Durham England d. 1928 Sydney

m. John McGee (-after 1928) 1893 Sydney

f. Terence McGeary m. Rosanna Rafferty *

Ship: Northampton 1879

  1. (m) James Patrick McGee b. 5/10/1894 Market Street Wollongong 37918/1894 
  2. (f) Jane McGee b. 8/4/1896 Mt Pleasant 18055/1896

Possible further children born Milton or Waterloo/Redfern

McGee/ Magee Jane (D’Arcy/Darcey then Anderson)

d. 1875 Wollongong

m. Samuel Anderson (- 1851 Wollongong) 23/11/1848 Wollongong

m. John McGee 31/8/1853 Wollongong

f. Lawrence D D’Arcy m. Ellen

  1. (f) Mary Ann McGee * b. 13/10/1853 Dapto d. 1909 Waterloo (Walter Morley 1872)
  2. (f) Ellen Magee b. 10/11/1854 Dapto
  3. (f) Jane McGee * b. 20/4/1856 Dapto d. 9/10/1918 (George Fitzgerald 1875)
  4. (f) Catherine McGee b. 16/6/1857 Dapto
  5. (f) Margaret Magee b. 11/11/1858 Dapto
  6. (f) Sarah Mcgee b. 8/5/1860 Dapto
  7. (m) James McGee b. 17/11/1861 Keelogue
  8. (m) Michael McGee b. 1863 Wollongong
  9. (f) Agnes McGee b. 1/8/1864 Wollongong
  10. (m) John McGee b. 1/7/1866 Farie Meadow Wollongong d. 1936 Liverpool
  11. (m) William McGee b. 9/11/1868 Farie Meadow d. 1878 Wollongong
  12. (m) Lawrence McGee b. 25/8/1870 Farie d. 1919 Newtown

Both resident Dapto

McGee Margaret see Simpson

McGee Selina (McMahon/McMahan then Craven)

d. 1899 Leichhardt br. Rookwood

m. Thomas Craven (abt 1841 Liverpool England -1877 Sydney Son of Thomas Craven & Elizabeth) 1868 Sydney

m. William McGee 1877 Sydney

f. Patrick McMahon m. Winifred

  1. (f) Ellen W Craven b. 1869 Sydney 133/1869 
  2. (f) Elizabeth A Craven b. 1871 Sydney 1230/1871 
  3. (m) Thomas Craven b. 1874 Sydney 582/1874 d. 1874 Sydney
  4. (m) John Craven b. 1876 Sydney 1/1876 
  5. (f) Anne McGee b. 17/8/1878 Mt Keira 24825/1878
  6. (f) Margaret M McGee b. 1881 St Leonards 8576/1881
  7. (m) William J McGee b. 1884 Balmain 4497/1884

Her first husband was killed when a mast, on a coal boat he was labouring on, fell and stuck his head.

Selina Craven, resident at 5 Munn street, Miller's Point, identified the body of the deceased as that of her husband, aged 36 years, a native of Liverpool, England, he was a labourer, and had been in the colony about forteen years, he had left a family of three children, witness last saw him alive at 10 o'clock on Thursday morning, at which time he was quite sober, beinga man of uniformly temperate habits… The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 24 February 1877 p 7

M'GEE. — The Friends of the late Mrs SELINA M'GEE are kindly invited to attend her Funeral ; to move from No. 10 John-street, Leichhardt, THIS (Monday) MORNING, at 8.45, tor the R. C. Cemetery, Rookwood, via Petersham station The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Monday 16 October 1899 p 10


m. James McGee

Mrs. James selector North Bulli Bulli Grevilles Post Office Directory 1872

McGeorge Elizabeth (Prior)

b. 1854 4437/1854 V18544437 42B d. 1920 Wollongong

m. Robert McGeorge (1858 River Darling -25/2/1935 Crows Nest Son of Thomas McGeorge & Jemima L H ) 1879 Menindie

f. Robert Prior m. Matilda

Husband‘s obituary states she was ‘formerly of Wollongong’ when they married.

They had 3 young children when they went to Queensland had a furture 3 more and retired to Wollongong possibly later than than 1902.

McGettigan Hannah (Murphy)

b. abt 1837 Wexford Ireland d. 13/6/1916 St Helena

m. Bernard/Barnard McGettigan 1859 Kiama

f. James Murphy m. Elizabeth Brien *

Ship: abt 1844

  1. (m) James McGettigan b. 9/4/1860 Shellharbour bp Kiama RC
  2. (f) Bridget McGettigan b. 1862 Kiama
  3. (m) John McGettigan b. 1864 Kiama d. 4/7/1945 Bangalow (Annie F Bodycote 1909)
  4. (f) Elizabeth MvGettigan b. 1866 Shoalhaven
  5. (f) Mary McGettigan b. 1867 Shoalhaven
  6. (m) Bernard McGettigan b. 1869 Shoalhaven


Mrs,. Bernard McGettigan, sen., passed.away at her residence, ' Sea View,' St.' Helena, on Tuesday morning. She was born 79 years ago at County “Wexford, Ireland, and came with her parents to Australia at the age of 3 years,.settling at Shellharbour, and living there several years after her marriage Thirty-one years ;;ago the family moved to the North Coast and settled at St. Helena. The late Mrs. McGettigan and husband could : safely claim to be amongst the pioneers of ; this part, because there were very few settlers here at that time, and circumstances were very different to what they now are. Deceased's husband died about 25 years ago. She was a' good,, neighbor and a kind friend to all who knew; her. She enjoyed fairly good health until ten days ago, when she took ill and gradually getting weaker passed away peacefully.

A large number of people followed the remains to Bangalow cemetery on Wednesday, the Rev. Father “Williams .officiating at the, grave. Three sons and four daughters are left to mourn . the . loss of, their mother- Messrs. James, Bernard, and John McGettigan, Mesdames J. Weir (Ewingsdale), “W.Power (York-street, Sydney), M. Moylan (Casino.), and J. Harris (Sydney). Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954) Saturday 17 June 1916 p 6

McGill Barbara

b. 9/6/1827 Muasdale d. 27/6/1904 Parramatta

f. Andrew McGill m. Jane Isabella McNiven *

1903 Electoral roll –living at Macquarie River Domestic Duties.

McGILL.—June 27th. at Murray-road, Beecroft, Barbara McGill, second eldest daughter of the late Andrew McGill, of Albion Park, Illawarra, aged 77 years. The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930) Saturday 2 July 1904 p 5

McGill Isabella (Russell)

b. 30/10/1832 Whitburn West Lothia, Scotland d. 8/22/1902 “Croome” Albion Park br. Albion Park Pioneer

m. James McGill ( 12/3/1822 Amod, Argyll, Scotland - 6/2/1890 “Croome” Albion Park Son of Andrew McGill & Jean Isabella McNiven *) 23/3/1869 “Croome” Stoney Creek 3753/1869

f. Ebenezer Russell m. Jean Meer/Meek *

Ship: 1840 Portland

  1. (f) Jane McGill * b. 7/1/1870 Weston’s Meadows Albion Park d. 5/10/1930 Lismore ( Moses King 1888)
  2. (m) Stuart Meek McGill b. 21/4/1872 d. 4/25/1927
  3. (m) Ebenezer John McGill b. 1/1/1874 d. 23/10/1948 Jamberoo (Sarah Ann King 1909)
  4. (f) Marion Isabella McGill * b. 1/10/1876 “Croome”, Albion Park d. 14/4/1935 (William James Wright 1904)
  5. (m) Neil James McGill b. 1878 “Croome”, Albion Park d. 1878 “Croome”, Albion Park aged 6 weeks

McGill/Macgill/Magill Jane (Lawson)

b. abt 1784 Ireland d. 1862 Kiama

m. James McGill (abt 1787 Ireland- 23/4/1865 Jamberoo Son of Henry McGill & Sarah ) 1

f. Samuel Lawson m. Jane

Ship: Bermondsey 1855

  1. (f) Ellen McGill * b. abt 1811 d. 1880) (John Bailey)
  2. (f) Jane McGill * b. abt 1814 d. 1879 (William Gordon)
  3. (f) Margaret McGill b. abt 1817 d. 1898 (Michael Kelly)
  4. (f) Anne McGill * b. abt 1821 d. 1898 (William Waugh)
  5. (f) Unknown Female McGill
  6. (f) Unknown Female McGill
  7. (f) Unknown Female McGill
  8. (m) Unknown Male McGill

On the 23rd inst,, at the residence of his son-in-law, William Waugh, Curramore Estate, Jamberoo, James Magill, aged 78 years, after a long and painful illness. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 27 April 1865 p 2

McGill Jane Isabella Jean (McNiven)

b. 27/9/1803 Muasdale Argyllshire Scotland d. 12/5/1855 Albion Park br. Shellharbour Coastal Cemetery

m. Andrew McGill (22/9/1795 Amod Barr Glen Argyll Scotland - 13/9/1876 Albion Park Son of Neil McGill & Barbara Stewart) 26/4/ 1821 Amod Kintyre Scotland

f. James McNiven m. Mary McSporan

Ship: 1838 St George

  1. (m) James McGill b. 12/3/1822 Amod Co. Argyle Scotland d. 6/2/1890 Croome Albion Park (Isabella Russell * 1869)
  2. (m) Rodger McGill b. 7/9/1823 Muasdale d. 1824 bur. Killean
  3. (f) Mary McGill * b. 7/10/1825 Muasdale d. 6/2/1900 'Toongla' Tullimbar (William Moles 1854)
  4. (f) Barbara McGill * b. 9/6/1827 Muasdale d. 27/6/1904 Parramatta
  5. (f) Margaret McGill * b. 14/4/1829 Muasdale d. 4/3/1883 Brighton Vic (James McNevin 1862)
  6. (f) Jane McGill b. 16/7/1830 d. 28/5/1862 Green Mount Albion Pk
  7. (m) Neil McGill b. 2or12/3/1832 Muasdale d. 22/6/1885 Robertson (Mary Anne Robertson * 1874)
  8. (m) Duncan McGill b. 13/ or14/12/1833 Muasdale d. 6/7 Feb 1916 Kangaroo Ck (Sarah N Robertson * 1864)
  9. (f) Marion McGill * b. 22/8/1835 Muasdale d. 27/3/1903 Sydney (John Frazier 1864)
  10. (m) Archibald McGill b. 8/7/1837 Muasdale d. 1841 Albion Park
  11. (m) Alexander McGill b. 1839 NSW d. 24/1/1884 Bexhill
  12. (m) Archibald McGill b. 11/2/1842 Albion Park d. 28/12/1915 Green Mountain Albion Park (Margaret Bovard * 1873)
  13. (m) Andrew McGill b. 20/11/1843 Albion Park d. 20/4/1926 Albion Park
  14. (f) Isabella McGill * b. 28/8/1845 Albion Pk d. 21/5/1915 Bexhill (John Noble 1872)
  15. (f) Elizabeth McGill * b. 15/8/1849 Albion Pk V18494531 45B/1849 d. 11/1/1896 Albion Park (Edward Thompson 1884)

To the memory of JANE McNIVEN native of Kintyre, Argyllshire, Scotland and spouse of Andrew McGill of the same place. She died, leaving a family of 13 children and their father to swell the mighty torrent of Anglo-Celtic colonization and to fulfill the destiny of their race May 12th, A.D.1855 Aged 51 years 'For then will I turn to the people a pure language that they may all call upon me'

At Albion Park, Illawarra, on the 12th instant, after a short but painful illness, Jane, the beloved wife of Mr. Andrew McGill, aged 51 years, deeply and justly regretted by her numerous family, and a large circle of friends. The Sydney Morning Herald 21 May 1855

McGill Margaret (Bovard)

b. 15/6/1848 Dapto bp. Presbyterian Wollongong d. 8/18/1935 ‘The Pines’ br. Albion Park Pioneer

m. Archibald McGill (11/2/1841 Terry’s Meadows - 28/12/1915 ‘Greenmount’ Albion Park Son of Andrew McGill & Jane Isabella McNiven * ) 12/11/1873 Wollongong

f. Alexander Bovard m. Martha *

  1. (f) Martha Annie McGill b. 1/10/1874 Albion Park 12780/1874 d. 17/3/1883 Albion Park
  2. (f) Jane Isabella McGill b. 14/11/1876 Albion Park 13402/1876 d. 23/3/1883 Albion Park
  3. (f) Mary McGill b. 19/71877 Albion Park 13903/1877 d. 20/3/1883
  4. (m) William Alexander McGill b. 24/8/1879 Albion Park 15886/1879 d. 26/3/1883 Albion Park
  5. (f) Edith Margaret McGill b. 16/7/1881 Albion Park 19448/1881 d. 11/12/1940 (Leicester C Snodgrass 1908)
  6. (f) Sarah Amie McGill b. 4/10/1883 Albion Park 21818/1883 d. 14/9/1889 Albion Park
  7. (f) Lily Beatrice McGill b. 20/2/1885 Albion Park 24181/1885 d. 25/5/1967
  8. (f) Blanche Adeline McGill b. 30/12/1887 Tullimbah 25637/1887 d. 23/11/1923 (Farquar Maxwell 1912)
  9. (m) Harold Archibald McGill b. 7/1/1889 Kiama 25092/1889 d. 24/7/1958 (Sarah Jane Ethel Johnston 1913, Mona Madeline Blow 1926)

Living Green Mountain in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Margaret joined her husband at “Greenmount” in 1873 and nine and a half years later they had been blessed by five children when in March 1883 they suffered nine days of family tragedy and sorrow. On 17 March their 8 year old daughter Martha died of diphtheria. Three days later, 5 year old Mary also died. Three days yet again, 7 year old Jane passed away. As if that was not enough, a further three days later saw the death of their young son William aged 3. All four children died of the same disease. Only their youngest daughter, Margaret, 18 months, survived after much careful nursing by her aunt, Isabella McGill. Six years later, they lost another daughter, 6 year old Sarah. Even in days when death was not uncommon, such a loss of so many children must have been a bitter blow to the family and one not readily overcome.

McGill Mary Ann see Walker Mary Ann

McGill Mary Cassels (Breckenridge)

b. 24/1/1834 Barbieston Dalrymple Parish Ayrshire Scotland d. 12/9/1935 Ashfield br. Northern Suburbs

m. Andrew McGill (22/9/1795 Amod Barr Glen Argyll Scotland - 13/9/1876 Albion Park Son of Neil McGill & Barbara Stewart) 28/1/1861 St. George Presbyterian Church, Sydney

f. John Breckenridge m. Marion

  1. (m) Samuel McGill b. 28/2/1862 Albion Pk d. 3/2/1932 Roseville (Lilias Reid Dunne )
  2. (f) Stillborn McGill b. 30/4/1864
  3. (m) Hugh Ritchie Breckenridge McGill b. 1/8/1865 Albion Pk d. 1/1/1956 St Leonards (Ida Granger, Jean Cunningham Stocks)

On the 28th ultimo, at her residence, Albion Park, Macquarie River, Mrs. Andrew McGill of a son. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 4 March 1862 p 2

At her residence. Albion Park, on the 30th ultimo, Mrs A. McGill, of a daughter, still born. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 6 May 1864 p 2

M'GILL — On Monday, 31st July, at her residence, Albion Park, Mrs. A. M'Gill of a son Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 4 August 1865 p 2

McGill Sarah Elizabeth (Robertson)

d. 12/4/1840 Dapto d. 1/8/1929 Grafton br. South Grafton

m. Duncan McGill (14/12/1833 Muasdale Argyll Scotland - 6/2/1916 Kangaroo Ck Son of Andrew McGill & Jane Isabella McNiven *) 30/3/1864 Robertson home at Dapto

f. Robert Robertson m. Agnes *

  1. (f) Mary Jane McGill b. 5/6/1865 Green Mountain, Albion Park d. 1946
  2. (f) Jessie Agnes McGill b. 16/11/1866 Green Mountain, Albion Park d. 1897
  3. (m) Robert Robertson McGill b. 9/5/1868 Green Mountain, Albion Park d. 1937 (Agnes Kemp)
  4. (f) Priscilla McGill b. 6/4/1870 Green Mountain, Albion Park d. 1913
  5. (f) Isabella McGill b. 16/2/1872 Green Mountain, Albion Park d. 1971 (Ernest Everingham)
  6. (m) Ethelbert Andrew McGill b. 8/5/1873 Green Mountain, Albion Park d. 28/10/1901
  7. (m) Harold McGill b. 8/5/1873 Green Mountain, Albion Park d. 23/7/1949
  8. (m) William McGill b. 28/8/1874 Green Mountain, Albion Park d. 17/5/1956
  9. (m) Ulyssis James McGill b. 12/10/1876 Green Mountain, Albion Park d. 1912
  10. (f) Anne McGill b. 20/7/1878 Green Mountain, Albion Park
  11. (f) Ada Louise McGill b. 18/1/1880 Green Mountain, Albion Park d. 1/8/1895 Kangaroo Creek Clarence River
  12. (m) James McNiven McGill b. 31/8/1881 Green Mountain, Albion Park d. 7/4/1941 ( May Fernance)

“On the 30th March, by special license, by the Rev. R. Wilson, Jerringong, at the house of the bride's father, Duncan M'Gill, Esq., third son of Andrew M'Gill, Esq., Albion Park, to Sarah Elizabeth Robertson, second daughter of Robert Robertson, Esq., Macquarie Lake, Dapto.” SMH 4 April 1864

McGILL—On the 5th instant, at Greenmount, Mrs D. McGill, of a daughter. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 13 June 1865 p 2

McGILL — On the 16th instant, at her residence, Green Mountain, Albion Park, the wife of Mr. Duncan McGill, of a daughter. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 30 November 1866 p 2

McGILL.-On the 6th instant, at Greenmount, Mrs D M'Gill of a daughter. The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 14 April 1870 p 2

ON the 8th May, at Green Mountain, Mrs. McGILL of twin sons The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Thursday 22 May 1873 p 2

McGillivray Mary Ann

b. abt 1825 Bradford Wiltshire d. 1906 Leichhardt

m. John McGillivray (abt 1811 Nairn Nairnshire -1861 Kiama )

f. Anthony

Ship: Bloomer 1853

  1. (f) Sarah McGillivray * b. abt 1851 Nairn Nairnshire d. 1889 Sydney (James Hincks 1870)
  2. (f) Isabella M McGillivray b. 1854 ( Richard Thomas Peisley 1875)
  3. (f) Mary A McGillivray b. 1857 Kiama 7418/1857

Husband a cabinet maker. She had a Torrens Title Primary Application for 2 Roods of land in Kiama

McGillivray Sarah Margaret (Askew)

b. abt 1869 d. 29/4/1914 Merewether Beach

m. Donald McGillivray 1890 Hurstville

  1. (m) Kenneth Donald McGillivray 1898 Wollongong d. 1984

Living at Hercules St Wollongong in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic Duties Husband a draper.

McGILLIVRAY. —April 29, 1914, at her residence, Stratherrick, Merewether Beach, Newcastle (formerly of Wollongong), Sarah Margaret, the beloved wife of Donald McGillivray, aged 45. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 6 May 1914 p 18

MacGillycuddy Agnes Halvon Montague (Gordon)

b. 1860 Wollongong d. 19/3/1900 Smith Street Wollongong br. Gordon Grave- Pioneer Park Cemetery Wollongong

m. Arthur Orpen H MacGillycuddy ( Nov 1856 Tralee Co Kerry Ireland -1918 Parramatta Daniel de Courcey McGillycuddy & Lucinda Margaet Morphy) 7/4/1886 St Michael’s Wollongong

f. Henry Gordon m. Frances Bell Findlay *

  1. (m) Daniel De Courcy MacGillycuddy b. 1887 Wollongong 24954/1887 d. 1960 Ryde
  2. (f) Lucinda Orpen MacGillycuddy b. 30/1/1890 Wollongong d. 1960 Wollongong
  3. (m) Henry Gordon MacGillycuddy d. 1954 Chatswood
  4. (m) Arthur Orpen MacGillycuddy b. 23/2/1893 North Sydney 32979/1893 d. 1972 Burwood   (Served World War 1)

MACGILLYCUDDY — GORDON. —April 7, at St. Michael's Church, Wollongong, by the Rev. T. C. Ewing, Arthur O. H. MacGillycuddy, fifth son of the late Daniel De Courcy MacGillycuddy, Esq., county Kerry, Ireland, to Agnes Gordon, youngest daughter of the late Henry Gordon, Esq., Wollongong. The Sydney Morning Herald 19 April 1886

MACGILLYCUDDY.-April 20, at her residence, Wollongong, the wife of Arthur O H. MacGillycuddy, of a son. The Sydney Morning Herald 23 April 1887

MACGILLYCUDDY.-January 30, at her residence. The Rookery. Wollongong, the wife of Arthur O. H; MacGillycuddy of a daughter. The Sydney Morning Herald 1 February 1890

MACGILLYCUDDY- March19,1900, at her residence, Smith-street, Wollongong, Agnes wife of Arthur H O MacGillycuddy, and youngest daughter of the late Henry Gordon, Wollongong, aged 40 years The Sydney Morning Herald 20 March 1900

MacGillycuddy Catherine (Kelly)

d. 1936 Sydney 12333/1936

m. Richard Edward Macgillycuddy (7/5/1850- Sydney Son of Daniel de Courcey McGillycuddy & Lucinda Margaret Morphy) 4/3/1875 Shoalhaven 4042/1875

f. Michael Kelly m. Catherine

MACGILLYCUDDY-KELLY-March 4, at Shoalhaven, Richard Edward, second son of Daniel De Courcy Macgillycuddy, Esq., J.P., Tralee, Ireland, to Kate, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Michael Kelly, of Sydney. The Sydney Morning Herald 20 March 1875

McGinness see McGuinness

McGlinchey/McGlinchy Annie M (Farrahar)

b. 10/9/1855 Jamberoo d. 1923 Petersham 6017/1923 br. Rookwood

m. Robert McClinchey (abt 1856 Castle Garrick Tyrone - 1927 Paddington Son of Charles McGlinchey & Mary McGee *) 1881 Kiama

f. Thomas Farrahar m. Mary Carew *

  1. (m) Charles Thomas McClinchey b. 17/5/1882 Shellharbour 20153/1882 d. 12/6/1965 Berry
  2. (f) Mary Ann McClinchy b. 27/6/1883 Shellharbour 21761/1883
  3. (f) Florence McGlinchey b. 31/5/1884 Shellharbour 23453/1884
  4. (m) Robert Joseph McGlinchey b. 1890 Kiama 17840/1890 d. 1934 Kiama
  5. (f) Rita McGlinchey b. 1895 Kiama 4318/1895 (Miles)
  6. (f) Alice McGlinchey b. 1898 Kiama 4134/1898

Living Terralong St Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

DEATH. MRS. R. McGLINCHEY. The death took place in Sydney on Friday last, of Mrs. McGlinchey, wife of Mr. Robert McGlinchey, a well- known South Coast identity (says the “Daily Telegraph”). Mrs. McGlinchey was a daughter of the late Thomas Farraher, a pioneer Kiama farmer, and niece of John Farraher, a prominent patron of the turf and a successful horse-breeder in the Illawarra and Bega districts 40 years ago. Mrs. W. Downey, of Dunmore, Illawarra is a sister. The interment in the Catholic cemetery, Rookwood, on Monday, was attended by many old friends. The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal (NSW : 1899 - 1947) Wednesday 6 June 1923 p 2

McGlinchey Bella see Rogers

McGlinchey/McGlinchy Elizabeth Jane (Clancy)

b. 15/4/1863 Kiama 8490/1863 d. 12/6/1948 Balmain

m. John McGlinchey (abt 1858 Castle Garrick Tyrone - 8/8/1938 Redfern Son of Charles McGlinchey & Mary McGee *) 1882 Kiama 5087/1882 

f. Luke Clancy m. Mary Banks *

  1. (u) Arnil S V McGlinchey b. 1884 Kiama
  2. (m) Hugh O M McGlinchey b. 1886 Kiama
  3. (f) Mary A M McGlinchey b. 1888 Kiama
  4. (m) Charles O A McGlinchey b. 1891 Glebe
  5. (m) Edward N A McGlinchey b. 1896 Kiama
  6. (f) Elizabeth L A McGlinchey b. 1898 Glebe

OBITUARY MRS. E. J. McGLINCHEY , The death occurred in Balmain Hospital. on Saturday 12th June, of Mrs. Elizabeth Jane McGlinchey, widow of the late John McGlinchey at the age of 85 years.

Mrs. McGlinchey was born at Kiama and resided at Kiama and Albion Park before going to reside at Redfern.

She had always enjoyed good health until recently.

In her younger days she was rider of ability and attended all the Agricultural Shows from Sydney to Kangaroo Valley, with marked success. Quite a number of tiophies won by her adorned her home. All of her family with the exception of one daughter reside in Sydney. It was only last year -that she and her daughter, (Mrs. Walker) visited Kiama and stayed at the Brighton dotel. The funeral took place on Tues day, 15th inst. to .the Rookwood Cemetery. Kiama Independent (NSW : 1947 - 1954) Wednesday 23 June 1948 p 3

McGlinchey Margaret see Whiting

McGlinchey/McGleney Mary (McGee)

b. abt 1835 Castle Garrick Tyrone Ireland d. 11/11/1888 br. Jamberoo Catholic

m. Charles McGlinchey (abt 1828 Castle Garrick Tyrone-19/7/1898 )

Ship: John Vanner 1863

  1. (m) Peter McGlinchey b. abt 1854 Castle Garrick Tyrone d. 1903 ( Elizabeth Mary Costello 1881)
  2. (m) Robert McGlinchey b. abt 1856 Castle Garrick Tyrone d. 1927
  3. (m) John McGlinchey b. abt 1858 Castle Garrick Tyrone d. 8/8/1938 Redfern (Elizabeth Jane Clancy * 1882)
  4. (m) Charles McGlinchey b. abt 1959 Castle Garrick Tyrone d. 28/12/1934 Jamberoo (Norah Agnes Timbs * 1887)
  5. (m) Edward Ernest McGlinchey b. abt 1863 Castle Garrick Tyrone d. 1950 Sydney
  6. (m) Denis McGlinchey b. 30/12/1864 Saddleback Kiama d. 1873
  7. (f) Elizabeth McGlinchey b. 26/10/1868 Kiama
  8. (m) Hugh McGlinchey b. 1866 Kiama d. 5/5/1886
  9. (f) Annie McGlinchey b. 1869 d. 1941 (Thomas O’Brien 1891)
  10. (f) Margaret Elizabeth McGlinchey * b. 27/9/1870 Kiama bp Kiama RC d. 1959 Wollongong (William James Whiting 1890)
  11. (f) Mary Theresa McGlinchey * b. 1873 Kiama d. 1939 (Michael Molloy 1893)
  12. (f) Bella Bridget McGlinchey * b. 1873 Kiama d. 1958 (James Rogers 1900)
  13. (f) Cecilia McGlinchey b. 12/3/1874 Kiama (Harold P Murphy 1899)

Husband a farmer

McGlinchey Norah Agnes (Timbs)

b. abt 1868 d. 7/11/1942 Wollongong 30998/1942 br Jambeoo General

m. Charles McGlinchey (abt 1959 Castle Garrick Tyrone -28/12/1934 Jamberoo Son of Charles McGlinchey & Mary McGee *) 1887 Kiama 5506/1887

f. Gabriel Timbs m. Ellen Gorman *

  1. (f) Mary E McGlinchey b. 1889 Kiama
  2. (m) Charles Gabriel McGlinchey b. 1890 Kiama d. 13/8/1955 (Margaret Ellen )
  3. (f) Lily Gertrude McClinchey b. 6/2/1898 Jamberoo d. 8/5/1967 Pagewood (Abe John Keeling 1921)
  4. (m) Theodore McGlinchey b. 1896 Kiama d. 24/9/1948 Murwillumbah

Living Jamberoo in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Charles was a blacksmith at Jamberoo in partnership with his son Charles in 1911.


A link with the early history of Albion Park was severed with the death on Saturday night of Mrs. Norah Agnes McGlinchey, relict of the late Mr Charles McGlinchey, of Jamberoo. A daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Timbs, the late Mrs. McGlinchey was bora at Albion Park 74 years agoShe resided with her husband at Jamberoo for many years and, reared a particularly well known and highly respected family.. Her husband died eight years ago and she has since resided with her ; daughter Kathleen (Mrs. Stan ] Kennedy) first at Jamberoo, and for the last five years at Wollongong. A splendid help meet and a neighbour the late Mrs. McGlinchey had endeared herself to a wide circle of friends and her death will be regretted by all sections of the community Members of her faimly are Mary (Mrs. F. Hogan, Jamberoo) Charlie, the prominent show exhibitor and judge; Theo (E.S. and A. Bank, Murwillumbah) , Lily (Mrs. A. Keeling, Sydney) and Kathleen (Mrs. S. Kennedy, Wollongong). She was a sister to Mr. Gabriel Timbs, Manly, one time town clerk of Shellharbour and Jamberoo Councils, Mrs. Bridget Downes (Yallah), Mrs. Mat Carroll (Albion Park), Mrs. K. Martin (Muswellbrook), Mrs Martha Daly { (Bangalow), Mrs. Annie Sanders (Naremburn), George Timbs (Wollongong) and the late Dave and Jack Timbs (Albion Park), arid Mrs. Elizabeth Daly (Lismore). The remains were interred in the Catholic cemetery at Jamberoo on Monday afternoon. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 13 November 1942 p 11

McGlynn Mary Teresa (Grady)

b. 1/7/1862 bp. 17/1/1897 Albion Park RC d. 1920 Paddington br. Rookwood

m. Frederick McGlynn (-1922 Lidcombe) 1882 Adelong 6648/1882

f. Henry Grady m. Isabella Heaslip

  1. (m) Charles H McGlynn b. 1883 Picton 13985/1883 bp. 14/2/1897 Albion Park RC  
  2. (f) Edith A McGlynn b. 1885 Picton 16174/1885 d. 1886 Picton
  3. (m) Frederick William McGlynn b. 2/11/1887 19037/1926 Berrima bp. 22/9/1896 Albion Park RC d. 1941 Coolamon
  4. (m) Edward Thomas McGlynn b. 26/7/1890 Bowral 7725/1890 bp. 22/9/1896 Albion Park RC
  5. (f) Gertrude McGlynn b. 1893 Argyle 3918/1893
  6. (f) Catherine Elizabeth McGlynn b. 21/6/1895 Goulburn 22449/1895 bp 25/8/1896 Albion Park RC
  7. (m) Francis Ernest McGlynn b. 21/11/1897 Dapto 8627/1898 d. 1953 Burwood
  8. (f) Clara P McGlynn b. 1902 Narrandera 14624/1902
  9. (m) Aloysius McGlynn b. 1906 Junee 4188/1906

Family living a Dapto at time of children’s baptism

McGLYNN. - The Relatives and Friends of the late Mrs. MARY McGLYNN, of 120 Paddington-street, Paddington, are kindly invited to attend her Funeral; to leave Wood Coiflll's Mortuary Chapel, 810 George Street, city, THIS (Saturday) AFTERNOON, at 2.15 o clock, for Catholic Cemetery, Rookwood. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 20 November 1920 p 11

McGoldrick Alice Rebecca (Oxenbridge)

b. 5/2/1867 Picton bp 3/12/1898 St Francis Xavier’s d. 27/6/1935 Gwynneville br. Wollongong General

m. James McGoldrick (abt 1863 - 5/1/1943 ) 1891 Wollongong 3285/1891

f. Edward Oxenbridge m. Anne Ellard/Elliott

  1. (m) Alexander McGoldrick b. 30/11/1892 Gwynville
  2. (m) Edward James McGoldrick b. 22/7/1894 Gwynville/Mt Keira 37868/1894 d. 9/2/1951 Gwynneville
  3. (f) Charlotte Beatrice McGoldrick b. 23/11/1895 Gwynville 8964/1896
  4. (f) Alice Evelyn McGoldrick b. 1903 Wollongong 17617/1903 (Peter Kerr 1927)
  5. (f) Phyllis E McGoldrick b. 1911 Wollongong 23076/1911

Living Gwynnville in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties Husband a miner.

(By A.B.)  

Mrs. Alice Rebecca McGoldrick, aged 68 years, wife of Mr. James McGoldrick, of Catherine. St., Gwynneville, passed away very suddenly on Thursday of last week. She suffered from a bad attack of sickness about four months ago, but seemed to have quite recovered, and her husband and family were quite overjoyed at the improvement in her health, and they never thought that anything unforeseen would eventuate. However, she was taken suddenly ill as stated, and Very Rev. Father Doherty and the doctor were summoned to her bedside, but she passed away before they arrived. The late Mrs. McGoldrick had lived in the district for the past 45 years, and she is survived by a loving husband and a family of five remain to mourn their irreparable loss, namely, Mrs. A. Day, Mrs. Peter Kerr, Miss Phyllis McGoldrick and Messrs Alick and E. J. McGoldrick. The deceased was at all times a most valuable worker for her 'church ard for the Convent, likewise for theSchool of Arts at Gwynneyille. The residents in and around her home always looked upon her as an angel of mercy, for she was ever ready to assist one and all in cases of sickness and distress, and widespread sympathy is felt for the bereaved family. Her mortal remains were interred in the Wollongong Catholic cemetery on Friday afternoon, and the very large number in attendance fully tes- tified to the love and esteem in which she was, held. The coffin was first taken to St. Francis Xavier's Church, where Very Rev. Father Doherty, as- sisted by Rev. Father T. Kerr, held ashort a service, and also officiated at the graveside. At the 7 a.m. Mass on Sunday morning Very Rev. Father Doherty paid a most deserving tribute to the good qualities of the late Mrs. McGoldrick, and expressed his regret at the passing away from his parish of one of his most invaluable people, who was ever ready to assist in anything arranged for the welfare of the parish. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 5 July 1935 p 5

McGoldrick/ McAuley Catherine (Brody/Brady/Browdy)

b. 12/2/1859 Shellharbour d. 7/5/1927 Mt Keira br. Wollongong

m. Patrick McGoldrick (1858-31/9/1940 Wollongong) 17/2/1879 St Francis Xavier’s

f. Andrew Brody m. Mary Carroll *

  1. (m) Charles McGoldric
  2. (f) Catherine McGoldrick * b. 16/2/1883 Mt Keira Wollongong d. 1 14/2/1959 Mt Keira (John Brown 1902)
  3. (f) Mary McGoldrick * b. 10/5/1879 Mt Keira Wollongong (John Coltman 1896)
  4. (m) James McGoldrick b. 4/2/1881 Mt Keira d. 28/8/1896 Keira Line
  5. (m) Patrick McGoldrick . 27/1/1885 Mt Keira
  6. (m) Andrew Joseph McGoldrick b. 27/8/1886 Mt Keira d. 22/9/1952 Wollongong (Frances Esther)
  7. (m) William McGoldrick b. 13/2/1889 Mt Keira
  8. (f) Sarah Augusta McGoldrick b. 6/7/1891 (George Brunero 1911)
  9. (f) Margaret Elle McGoldrick b. 6/7/1896 Keiraville (Samauel J Edwards 1920)
  10. (m) Matthew McGoldrick b. 13/2/1894 Keiraville
  11. (m) Peter Francis McGoldrick b. 6/5/1899 Keiraville
  12. (m) John C McGoldrick b. 1901 Woonona

Living Keiraville in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

THE FRIENDS of PATRICK and KATE McGOLDRICK are invited to attend the Funeral of their late dearly beloved Son, JAMES, to move from their Residence,   Keiraville, at 2 o'clock TO-MORROW AFTERNOON, for the R.C. Cemetery, Wollongong. R. OSBORNE, Undertaker and Funeral Director.  Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Saturday 29 August 1896 p 2

McGOLDRlCK. — At her late residence, Mount Keira, May 7th, 1927, Catherine, dearly beloved wife or Patrick McGoldrick, sen., and loving mother of Mary (Mrs. J. Coltman), Catherine (Mrs. J. Brown), Patrick, Andrew, Charles, Sara (Mrs. G. Brunero), Mathew, Margaret (Mrs. S. Edwards), and Peter. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 13 May 1927 p 17

McGoldrick/Magrolick Catherine (Gilmore)

b. abt 1832 Co Tyrone Ireland d. 31/8/1907 Gwynneville br. Wollongong

m. James Magrolick/McGoldrick (abt 1827 Co Tyrone Ireland - 12/3/1915 Mt Keira Son of Peter McGoldrick & ? ) 1857 Wollongong 2853/1857

  1. (m) Patrick Goleruek b. 20/6/1858 Mt Keira d 30/9/1940 ( Catherine Brady * 1879)
  2. (m) Charles McGoldrick b. 4/7/1860 Mt Keira 13953/1860 d. abfore 1940 Corrimal (Mary Head * 1886)
  3. (m) James McGolrick b. 3/101/1862 Mt Keira 15158/1862 d. 5/1/1943 (1891)
  4. (f) Mary McGolrig b. 27/101/1864 Mt Keira 16611/1864 d. 7/2/1952 (Carroll 1886)
  5. (m) Thomas Golrick 9/8/1867 Mount Keira d. 5/2/1943 (Elizabeth J Oxenbridge * 1890)
  6. (m) Peter McGoldrick b. 19/1/1870 Mount Keria
  7. (m) John McGoldrick b. 20/4/1872 Mt Keira Wollongong d. 14/11/1955 (1895)
  8. (m) Alexander McGoldrick b. 29/6/1874 Mount Keira (Catherine Gwynne * 1900, Emily Simpson 1936)
  9. (m) Henry McGoldrick b. 4/3/1877 Mt Keira Mines Wollongong (Emilia Gallagher 1908)

Husband a Miner


An old resident of this district, Mrs. James McGoldrick, died on Saturday at Gwynneville, and was buried on Sunday afternoon. Deceased, who was a daughter of the late Charles Gilmore, was exceedingly popular amongst a large circle of friends, and leaves a sorrowing husband and eight children to mourn their loss. The funeral cortege was an extremely long one, and the remains were consigned to their last resting place in tho R.C. portion of the Wollongong cemetery. The Rev. Father Walsh conducted the burial service. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 3 September 1907 p 2

Their good old mother was renowned as the maker of the best dampers around that locality. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 6 December 1940 p 9

McGoldrick Catherine (Gwynne)

b. 3/11/1879 Bulli 26242/1879 d. 6/4/1918 Gwynneville

m. Alexander McGoldrick (29/6/1874 Mount Keira- 1949 Wollongong Son of James McGoldrick & Catherine Gilmore *) 8/11/1900 St Francis Xavier’s

f. John Gwynne m. Annie Kenny *

  1. (m) Vincent P McGoldrick b. 1901 Woonona


OBITUARY. — The sad death occurred last Saturday of Mrs. Catherine McGoldrick, wife of Mr Alex McGoldrick, of Gwynneville, after a lengthy illness; Mrs. McGoldrick had been in bad health for a number of years. She was only 39 years of ago. The funeral took place on Monday, and was largely attended. Much sympathy is felt for her husband and one son. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 12 April 1918 p 2

McGoldrick Elizabeth Jane (Oxenbridge)

b. 13/9/1869 East Bargo bp 3/12/1898 St Francis Xavier’s d. 21/10/1954 Hillcrest St Wollongong br. Wollongong

m. Thomas McGoldrick (1867 Mt Keira – 5/2/1943 Wollongong Son of James McGoldrick & Catherine Gilmore * ) 26/8/1890 Wollongong 7717/1890

f. Edward Oxenbridge m. Anne Ellard/Elliott

  1. (m) Bertie McGoldrick b. 8/1/1891 Mt Keira 38332/1891 d. 28/3/1920
  2. (f) Margaret Matilda McGoldrick b. 30/5/1892 Mount Keira (William Russell)
  3. (f) Annie Eileen McGoldrick b. 11/12/1893 Keiraville 37738/1894 (Samuel Aitken)
  4. (m) Thomas Edward McGoldrick b. 30/3/1896 Mount Keira 18061/1896 (Isobel Green)
  5. (m) Henry James McGoldrick b. 3/4/1898 Mount Keira 17461/1898 (Mary Hayes 1923)
  6. (m) Walter Laurence McGoldrick b. 19/6/1899 Mount Keira 26750/1899 (Norah?)
  7. (m) Charles W McGoldrick b. 1901 Wollongong 37568/1901 d. 1984 Wollongong (Irene Hanford)
  8. (m) Patrick Harold McGoldrick b. 1904 Wollongong 8662/1904 d. 1984 Wollongong (Katy Hennesy)
  9. (f) Mary Sybil McGoldrick b. 1906 longong 19845/1906 d. 1981 Brisbane Qld (Jerry Sheehey)
  10. (f) Phyliss E McGoldrick b. 1908 Wollongong 42429/1908 (Charles Hore)
  11. (m) John McGoldrick b. 1910 Wollongong 21890/1910

Living Mount Keira in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

McGOLDRICK, Elizabeth Jane, October 21st, 1954, at her residence, 29 Hillcrest St., Wollongong, relict of the late Thomas Mc Goldrick and dear mother of Matilda (Mrs. Russell), Annie (Mrs. Aitken), Thomas, James, Walter, Charles, Harold, Sybil (Mrs Sheehy of Brisbane), and Phyllis (Mrs. Hore). Aged, 86 years. R.I.P.

McGoldrick Mary (Head)

b. 1866 Illawarra d. 25/5/1936 br. Corrimal Catholic

m. Charles McGoldrick (1860- 30/11/1940 Wollongong Hospital Son of James McGoldrick & Catherine Gilmore *) 15/6/1886 St Francis Xavier’s

f. John Head m. Lucy Rixon *

  1. (m) William Thomas McGoldrick b. 19/6/1887 Mount Keira 25002/1887
  2. (f) Selina Catherien McGoldrick b. 1/9/1888 Mount Keira 25700/1888 (David J Porter 1912)
  3. (f) Lavinia Agnes McGoldrick b. 16/10/1892 Mount Keira (Hylton Williams 1921)
  4. (m) Charles Henry McGoldrick b. 16/10/1890 Mt Keira 38101/1890
  5. (f) Esther Mary McGoldrick b. 13/6/1894 Mount Keira 38397/1894 (Joseph J McMahon 1921)
  6. (f) Adeline M McGoldrick b. 1896 Woonona 9168/1896 (Johnston)

McGoldrick Susanna Mary (O’Brien)

b. 11/6/1877 Wollongong d. 14/3/1945 br. Wollongong

m. John McGoldrick ()

f. Frank O’Brien m. Ellen Flanagan *

  1. (f) Mary Ellen MCGoldrick b. 4/2/1900 Keiraville
  2. (m) John McGoldrick b. 1902 Wollongong
  3. (m) Francis J McGoldrick b. 1904 Wollongong
  4. (m) George T McGolrick b. 1907 Wollongong
  5. (f) Evelyn C McGoldrick b. 1909 Wollongong (J Burrows 1927)

Living Gwynnville in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

Buried with her parents.

Susannah Mary McGoldrick; wife of John McGoldrick, residing at Gwynville, gave evidence which was in corroboration of the statement made by Mrs. Johnson, and evidence was also given by John MoGoldrick, senr., and John MoGoldrick. junr. His Worship hold that the words were used by both parties, and fined Mrs. Johnson 10s and 10s costs, in default 18 hours light labor. Moore was fined 10s and 10s costs, in default 18 hours hard labour.

Susannah Mary McGoldrick v Joseph Moore. Insulting words. Mr. Cox appeared for Mrs. McGoldrick, and Mr. Lysaght for Mr. Moore. His Worship suggested that perhaps the parties might come to a settlement.

Mr. Lysaght said that already the cases had been before the Court several days, and it had cost both parties heavy fees. The solicitors' were agreeable to a settlement, but when the parties were not; the solicitors could I do no more than their duty. Mr. Cox suggested that His Worship might confer with the parties apart from the solicitors. Mr. Lysaght agreed to the suggestion. His Worship said he, could not suggest such a course, but if they asked him to would be prepared. to do so.

Both sides agreed that they should confer with his Worship apart from their solicitors, and they adjourned to the Magistrate's- room. They had not been gone very long, when they returned to Court. His Worship said there was no possible hope of a settlement, as Mrs. McGoldrick demanded a public apology and Mr. Moore was not, prepared to give it. He therefore adjourned the case until the 5th December, and expressed the hope that Mrs. McGoldrick might be more reasonable in her demands. Mrs McGoldrick : I think I am very reasonable. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 28 November 1913 p 4

McGrade/McGrede Margaret (Hughes )

b. abt 1842 Ireland d. 1881 Surry Hills 3509/1881 br. Rookwood

m. Bernard McGrade (abt 1834 Ireland -abt April 1899 Bombala) abt 1865

f. Joseph Hughes m. Mary

  1. (m) Edward McGrade b. 21/7/1866 Wollongong d. 1907 Liverpool
  2. (f) Sarah Ann McGrade b. 28/8/1867 Wollongong d. 1868 Redfern
  3. (f) Margaret A McGrade b. 1868 Redfern (Carl P Dicksen 1894)
  4. (f) Catherine McGrade b. 1870 Redfern
  5. (f) Cecilia McGrade b. 1871 Sydney d. 1/4/1936 Canterbury
  6. (f) Sarah A McGrade d. 1871 Sydney
  7. (m) John Walter McGrade b. 1872 Sydney d. 1962 Cessnock
  8. (f) Lillian Jane McGrade b. 1874 Sydney (William E Pearson 1898)
  9. (m) Joseph Owen McGrade b. 1875 Waterloo d. 1876 Sydney
  10. (f) Rose May McGrade b. 1877 Sydney d. 3/9/1948 Kyogle (William Alfred Smith )
  11. (f) Lizzie McGrade b. 1878 Sydney d. 1879 Sydney

THE FRIENDS of Mr. BERNARD McGRADE, senior, are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his deceased beloved WIFE, Margaret, THIS (Thursday) AFTERNOON ; to move from his residence, Dowling-street, Surry Hills, at a quarter to 2 o'clock, to the Necropolis. T. DIXON, Underaker, 25, Oxford-street.

THE FRIENDS of Mr. BERNARD McGRADE, junior, are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his deceased beloved MOTHER, the late Mrs. Margaret McGrade, THIS (Thursday) AFTERNOON ; to move from her late residence, Dowling-street, Surry Hills, at a quarter to 2 o'clock, to the Necropolis. T. DIXON, Undertaker, Oxford-street The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 5 May 1881 p 12

Husband a widower with 3 children who arrived on the Abyssinian in 1862- I can find no marriage for the couple.

McGrade/McGrad/McGrard/McGread Sarah (Mealy/Milic)

b. abt 1833 d. 22/10/1906 South Casino br. Casino

m. John McGrade (abt 1831- 2/9/1911 Casino Son of Myles McGrade & Katherine)

f. Charles m. Rose

  1. (f) CatherineMcGrard b. 6/3/1860 Wollongong district 13853/1860 (Thomas Croak 1879)
  2. (m) Charles McGrad b. 27/11/1864 Wollongong 16839/1865
  3. (m) John McGrade b. 1870 Grafton 10539/1870
  4. (f) Sarah McGrade b. 1873 Grafton 11200/1873

The friends of the late Mrs. SARAH McGRADE are invited to attend her Funeral, which will leave her, late residence, South Casino, at 2 o'clock TO-DAY (Wednesday). Casino and Kyogle Courier and North Coast Advertiser (NSW : 1904 - 1932) Wednesday 24 October 1906 p 5

McGrane Jane (Ritchie)

b. abt 1843 d. 22/5/1883 Jamberoo

m. William McGrane (abt 1845-1886) 1866 Sydney

f. John Ritchie m. Mary A

M'GRANE.–May 2?th, at the residence of   Mr. Jabez Smith, Terragong, Jamberoo, after a long and painful illness, Jane McGrane, second and youngest daughter of the late John Ritchie, Poplar Grove, aged 40 years The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser (NSW : 1863 - 1947) Friday 8 June 1883 p 2

McGrane Martha Matilda (Picton)

b. 1857 Mungundi d. 9/4/ 1933 Chatswood br. Field of Mars

m. John McGrane (1852 Maitland -1918 Sydney Son of Bernard McGrane & Honora Carroll) 1874 Maitland

f. John Picton m. Mary Ann Green

  1. (m) John Arthur McGrane b. 1876 Maitland
  2. (m) Joseph Picton McGrane b. 12/8/1879 Kiama d. 1879 Kiama
  3. (f) Florence May McGrane b. 1880 Kiama
  4. (f) Beatrice E McGrane b. 1882 Milton
  5. (m) Bernard C McGrane b. 1884 Milton
  6. (f) Lilian M McGrane b. 1887 Milton
  7. (m) Stanley J McGrane b. 1889 Milton
  8. (m) Lionel F MNcGranbe b. 1891 Milton
  9. (f) Alvena G McGrane b. 1895 Milton
  10. (m) Milton C J McGrane b. 1900 Tamworth

Mrs. Martha McGrane.

A Catholic gentlewoman, true to the traditions of the faith, Mrs. Martha McGrane, passed to her eternal reward on Sunday, 9th inst. (Palm Sunday), after an illness extending over two years. She was born at Mungundi, and was married at Cessnock 60 years ago to Mr. John McGrane, who predeceased her by about 15 years. She leaves a family of four sons, Messrs. John, Bernard, Stanley and Milton McGrane, and five daughters, Mrs. Cyril Foldi, Mrs. L. Williams, Mrs. Douglas, all of Balmain, and Mrs. C. A. Brogan, of Mosman. There are several granchildren. For the last 30 years Mrs. McGrane was a well-known and respected resident of Balmain, and was a loving wife and mother and a devoted Catholic. Constant in the discharge of her religious duties and charitable to the poor, her example was highly edifying. The remains were removed to St. Augustine 's Church, Balmain, where Mrs. McGrane had been an ardent worshipper for many years. A Requiem Mass was celebrated for the repose of her soul on Tuesday, 11th inst. The funeral left the church for Field of Mars Cemetery the same day. The remains were interred in the family grave there. Rev. Father J. P. Lynch recited the last prayers at the graveside, in the presence of the sorrowing relatives, includeing her sons and daughters, and their families. Also present were Mr. L. Picton, Mrs. Jones (Balmain), Mr. Jack Mitchell (Coopernook), Mrs. Ruthven (Chatswood), Mr. Pinchen and family (Cessnock), Mrs. Clinch (Balmain), and a large number of friends who had assembled to pay a last mark of respect to one who, throughout her life, had endeared herself to all who knew her. The Catholic Press (Sydney, NSW : 1895 - 1942) Thursday 20 April 1933 p 25

McGrath Antonius Annie

b. 29/11/1877 Bungendore d. 25/4/1903

f. Thomas McGrath m. Isabelle Doolin

Living Manning St Kiama in 1903 Electoral Roll –School teacher

McGrath Bridget


  1. (m) Andrew M McGrath b. 1860 13921/1860

McGrath Bridget

Living Burelli St Wollonong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties

McGrath Bridget

b. abt 1828 d. 9/2/1903 br. Wollongong General

f. Thomas m. Catherine

The Friends of the late MRS. M'GRATH are kindly invite to attend her Funeral to move from the R.C. Church THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 1 o'clock, for the R.C. Cemetery, Wollongong, Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Wednesday 11 February 1903 p 2

McGrath Bridget (Kelly)

b. abt 1869 d. 9/9/1901 Albion Park

m. Francis McGrath ( abt 1859 Jamberoo -6/6/1953 Marrickville Son of Bernard M McGrath & Mary Ann Hartigan * ) 6/10/1897 Sydney

f. Patrick Kelly m. Bridget McMahon

  1. (m) Patrick Francis McGrath b. 30/3/1900 Albion Park d. 30/8/1971 Mullumbimby

Mrs. FRANK M’Grath of Albion Park, died last week, She leaves a husband and one child of two years in mourn their loss. The Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal (NSW : 1899 - 1947) Wednesday 18 September 1901 p 2

McGrath Bridget Mary (Staunton)

b. 11/4/1855 “Shannon Harbour” Moruya d. 17/11/1925 Fairy Meadow

m. Thomas McGrath (abt 1861 - 4/12/1915 Wollongong Parents unknown ) 1884 Wollongong

f. John Staunton m. Bridget Kane *

  1. (m) John Harold McGrath b. 30/11/1884 Fairy Meadow
  2. (f) Mary Madeline McGrath b. 24/5/1898 Fairy Meadow d. 30/1/1904 Wollongong
  3. (f) Adopted daughter McGrath


On Tuesday afternoon a boy named Harold M'Grath, eight years of age, only son of Mr. Thomas M'Grath, of Fairy Meadow, narrowly escaped being drowned, whilst bathing with another lad, at the mouth of Fairy Creek. Mrs. M'Grath, who was not far away saw her boy so under the water two or three times, but as he was able to swim a little, she took no notice until she observed that he did not come to the surface on the third occasion. She then rushed to the spot, and her screams attracted the attention of Mr, Job Chopping, who fortunately was close at hand at the time. Mr. Chopping, without divesting himself of any clothing, at once dived into the water, and succeeded in rescuing the lad. The boy was perfectly helpless when taken out, and could not speak, having evidently swallowed a large quantity of water. Mr. Chopping afterwards hastened to Mr. Bode's hotel for some stimulants, after receiving which the lad appeared to be much better. He was in town yesterday, apparently none the worse for his immersion. Had it not been for the prompt action of Mr. Chopping, the boy would certainly have been drowned. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Thursday 16 February 1893 p 2

On Saturday last Mr and Mrs T. M'Grath, of Fairy Moedow, lost their only daughter, aged 5 years and 8 months, by death. The little one took ill on Sunday week, and notwithstanding the unremitting attendance of Dr. Lee and the parents, the littlo one passed away, the cause of death being paralysis. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Wednesday 3 February 1904 p 2

Mrs. McGrath, senr., a respected , resident of Mount Ousley (Wollongong) died on Tuesday last. South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus (NSW : 1900 - 1954) Friday 20 November 1925 p 12

Mrs. McGrath, of Fairy Meadow, died after a lingering, illness at her home on Tuesday. The deceased had been a rfsident of the district for over half a century. At the time of her marriage (47 years ago) she was in the employ of Mr. A. Turner, who at the time was Clerk of Petty Sessions at Wollongong. After her marriage she went to reside at Fairy Meadow with her husband, who pre-deceased her about 15 years ago. The late Mrs. McGrath, who was 69 years of ago, was highly respected and was a great help in case of sickness and charity. A son and adopted daughter are left to mourn their loss. The remains were laid to rest in the Wollongong Catholic cemetery on Thursday afternoon. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 20 November 1925 p 2

McGrath Catherine

b. 1832 Castlereagh, Roscommon

f. Brian McGrath m. Mary

Ship: Digby Arrived 4 April 1849

Religion RC

Irish Orphan Parents both dead. Relations in colony; cousin Mary McGrath supposed to be living in Sydney. Register No. 888 Kiama, 24 Sep 1849 indentures cancelled, No 942 5 shillings receipt, Wollongong

Diana Rose, PO Box 378, Hornsby 2077.

McGrath Catherine (Ennesy/Hennesy?)

b. Co Clare?

m. John McGrath

  1. (f) Mary Ann McGrath b. 18/9/1856 Yandan dean bp Kiama RC
  2. (f) Ellen McGrath b. 31/7/1858 Tamering bp Kiama RC

Husband a farmer

McGrath Eliza (Fitzgerald)

m. John McGrath 1858 Kiama

  1. (f) Mary Anne McGrath b. 1/7/1859 Jamberoo bp Kiama RC
  2. (m) Francis McGrath b. 26/3/1861 Jamberoo bp Kiama RC
  3. (m) John McGrath b. 1863 Kiama

Husband a settler

McGrath Elizabeth Sarah (Cook)

b. 1873 Kiama d. 27/10/1945 Wollongong br. Wollongong

m. Matthew McGrath (1862 Camden - 7/12/1824 Wollongong Son of Owen McGrath & Mary Kennedy *) 1898 Sydney

f. Thomas Cook m. Mary Jane Beach *

  1. (m) William Owen McGrath b. 1898 Wollongong
  2. (m) Matthew James McGrath b. 1899 Wollongong
  3. (m) Harold McGrath b. 1906 Wollongong

Living Corrimal St Wollonong in 1903 Electoral Roll –domestic duties. Husband a labourer.


Born at Kiama 73 years ago, Mrs. Elizabeth Sarah McGrath, of- Market street, Wollongong, passed away in the Wollongong Hospital on Saturday after a short illness. The deceased was a public spirited woman, and had a keen interest in the scout movement, being president of the 4th Wollongong Scout Group Ladies' Committee since its inception. She was also a hard worker for the hospital and was a member of the Wollongong Hospital Ladies', Auxiliary. She was at all times an ardent supporter of any movement in the public interest.

Her three sons, Owen, Jack and Harold, are the surviving members of the family. Allen Cook, of Glebe, is a brother of the deceased, and Annie (Mrs. R. Death) and Til (Mrs. J. C. Smith) are sisters.

A service was held at Parsons' funeral, parlours on Monday, and the remains were laid to rest besides those of her parents in the Church of Eng land cemetery, Wollongong. Rev. Long officiated. Representatives of the Scout Movement were present at the funeral. Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, NSW : 1856 - 1950) Friday 2 November 1945 p 9

McGrath Jane

m. John McGrath

  1. (m) Alfred McGrath b. 1899 Helensburgh
  2. (m) John P McGrath b. 1901 Helensburgh
  3. (f) Mary McGrath b. 1903 Helensburgh
  4. (m) Martin J McGrath b. 1907 Helenburgh

Living at Otford in 1903 Electoral Roll- Domestic duties. Husband a labourer.

McGrath Jane (Munro)

b. abt 1820 Scotland d. 10/6/1903 West Camberwarra br. Nowra

m. William McGrath (6/9/1822-9/4/1902 Meroo Son of William McGrath & Elizabeth White) 9/1847 Presyterian Wollongong V18474451 74B

f. William Munro m. Ann McKay

Ship: James Moran 1839

  1. (f) Elizabeth McGrath d. after 1931 (John Loutit 1875)
  2. (f) Annie McGrath * b. 3/1/1854 d. 3/1/1931 Lindfield (Robert Shepherd 1879)
  3. (m) William Thomas McGrath b. 8/4/1856 Shoalhaven d. 12/9/1931 Cooran Qld (Lucy Celia Badans * 1882)
  4. (m) James McGrath b. 1858 Kiama d. 10/6/1938 Cooroy Qld (Sophia Mary Badans * 1893)
  5. (f) McGrath (Bennett)

Resident in Shoalhaven Unknown daughter living in Queensland in 1931 when Annie died.

Death of Mrs. W. McGrath

The death occurred on Wednesday last of Mrs. McGrath, relict of the late Mr. William McGrath, of Meroo. The deceased had been an invalid for some years, and her death, which took place at the residence of her son, Mr. W.T. McGrath, West Cambewarra, was not unexpected. She was a sister of Mrs. Z.G. Bice, of St. Enoder, Nowra. The funeral took place yesterday, when the deceased lady's remains were interred at the Nowra public cemetery, a large number of old friends and acquaintances attending the burial service, which was conducted by the Rev. H. Wheen. The late Mrs. McGrath was 83 years of age. The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser (NSW : 1891 - 1937) Saturday 13 June 1903 p 2

McGrath Lucy Celia (Badans)

b. 2/8/1857 Kiama d. 8/3/1920 Brisbane Qld

m. William Thomas McGrath ( 8/4/1856 Shoalhaven- 12/9/1931 Cooran Qld Son of William McGrath & Jane Munroe *) 28/6/1882 Jamberoo

f. John Badans m. Ann Watts *

  1. (f) May F McGrath b. 1883 Shoalhaven
  2. (f) Alice A McGrath b. 1884 Shoalhaven
  3. (f) Millie J McGrath b. 1886 Shoalhaven
  4. (f) Rose McGrath b. 1889 Kiama
  5. (m) William J McGrath b. 1890 Kiama d. 1935 Pinbarren Qld
  6. (m) Walter McGrath b. 1892 Kiama d. 3/10/1918 Somme France
  7. (f) Ruth Elizabeth McGrath b. 1894 Nowra
  8. (f) Muriel McGrath b. 1899 Nowra

McGrath Margaret

1903 Electoral roll –living at Fairy Meadow Domestic Duties

With William McGrath a labourer.

McGrath Mary

Unmarried or no father listed

  1. (f) Mary McGrath b. 1886 Woonona
  2. (f) Ann McGrath b. 1890 Woonona
  3. (m) John McGrath b. 1893 Helensburgh

McGrath Mary (Gillard/Garrett)

β. αβτ 1831 Ballyna Mayo

m. Phillip MacGrath 29/4/1850 Wollongong

Both resident Wollongong

φ.  William Gillard m. Margaret (both dead)

Religion : Roman Catholic

Ship: Panama 1850

Ιριση Ορπηαν Other : Empl. P. Daly, Wollongong, £8, 1yr.

  1. (m) William McGrath b. 1/2/1851 Wollongong
  2. (f)</