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1913 NSW Electoral Roll - McALEER

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Goulburn
McALEER Eliza

Marrickville
McCONNELL Fanny Elizabeth
McCONNELL Robert John

Balmain/Glebe/Leichhardt
JOSEPH Fanny

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Thanks Geoff.
I hope this formatting issue gets sorted.
While I was checking my own settings in Chrome, I checked those on here. If you go into your 'profile/settings', then click on 'preferences' then change 'style' to default. Mine was on 'JH_Custom' and that has been working OK for a while now. If you put it back to 'JH_Custom' the problems return.

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NSW Gov Gazette Fri 14 Jan 1921 – Probate Eliza McAleer – death 9 Oct 1919
https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/220077343?searchTerm=eliza mcaleer &searchLimits=
MCALEER ELIZA 24480/1919 THOMAS – BRIDGET - GOULBURN
MCALEER THOMAS OWEN 46727/1972 JAMES - ELIZA CLANCY – GOULBURN
1771/1858 MCALEER JAMES – CLANCY ELIZABETH – GOULBURN
MCALEER JAMES 2343/1893 OWEN – ANN – ARGYLE
Goulburn Evening Penny Post – Tue 19 Dec 1893
https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/98530313?searchTerm=james mcaleer &searchLimits=l-decade=189
 

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While I was checking my own settings in Chrome, I checked those on here. If you go into your 'profile/settings', then click on 'preferences' then change 'style' to default. Mine was on 'JH_Custom' and that has been working OK for a while now. If you put it back to 'JH_Custom' the problems return.
Other features are now also working correctly.

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EDIT: Yeah, that was definitely my problem, working very well now.
 
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Thanks Val.

Thanks Geoff.

Yes, clicked there to switch to Default.

Now the details below the title 'Loyal Member' are missing. Also the list of name you are researching is missing.

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James McAleer's family.

Owen, wife Anne & children James, Cormack & John arrived Botany Bay 23rd October 1841 on ship “New York Packet”
His death cert from a tree has: Owen McAleer age 73 yrs
Died 25 May 1882 – buried 27th May Goulburn – born Ireland in Colony 41 years, married Ireland to Anne Taylor at age 23.
Children on death cert:
James 47, Cormack 45, John 43, looks like a Thomas 33, Charles 31, Hugh 29, Rose Ann 27, living 2 males & 2 females dec.

Immigration docs describe Owen as 31 years (b 1809-10 ), occupation farm lab, could read but not write, health very good and a native of Keeran Fermanagh Ireland – Keeran is about 12 miles to Omagh where many McAleers are recorded is living. His Parents were Cormack & Roseanna nee Keon were dec,

Anne McAleer nee Taylor described as 28 yrs b 1812-13, occupation a spinner – couldn’t read or write, health good and native of Drumkeerin Fermanagh Ireland. Parents James & Catherine both living in parish of possible Drummully – spelling hard to match with known parishes.

They had 3 young children, James 6 yrs, Cormack 5 yrs and John 7 mths, their next child Catherine was born in Campelltown in 1843, the Owen at Mummel in 1845 – Mummel is 16 miles north of Goulburn. Then Thomas was born 1847, William 1849, Charles 1850, Hugh 1852 and Roseann 1855.

1859 - Owen’s brother, Cormack & wife Elizabeth nee Harkin arrived with their son Cormack Joseph McAleer 2 yrs on ship “Palmyra” & shortly after Cormack’s arrival Owen opened the Rockfield Inn, a wayside pub at Mummel from 7 Jan 1860 to 1874 when the doors closed. Bushranger Ben Hall & gang called in around 1864, apparently Ben Hall gave Owen’s son Charles who was 14 at the time & minded their horses, a corkscrew which is still in the possession of his descendants today.
 

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posting this here too to help tie McCabe & McAleer family together...

Goulburn Herald Wed 25 Feb 1903
WEDDINGS.
ON Wednesday afternoon last at the Sacred Heart Church, Mummell, Miss Mary Ellen McAleer, second daughter of the late Mr. Jas. McAleer of Pomeroy was married to Mr. Lawrence John McCabe, fifth son of the late Mr. James McCabe of Mummell. Rev. Father O'Sullivan officiated. The bride, who was given away by her brother-in-law, Mr. J. J. O'Brien of Goulburn, wore a while silk dress, with wreath and veil and orange blossoms. She was accompanied by her three sisters—Tessy, Agnes, and Nellie—who were dressed……

https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/...=james mccabe mummel &searchLimits=

Mary Ellen McAleer daughter of James Sylvester McAleer b Ireland & Elizabeth Clancy b 1866 NSW died 16 Sept 1952 NSW

Goulburn Evening Post – Wed 1 Oct 1952 - MRS. McCABE
The death occurred recently in St. John of God Hospital of Mrs. Mary Ellen McCabe, one of Pomeroy's oldest residents. Daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James McAleer. of Mummell, she was a teacher for 16 years before her marriage to the late Lawrence McCabe, of Mummell. Mrs. McCabe is survived by one daughter, Gertrude, and two sons-Thomas and James-all of Pomeroy. Mr. Thomas McAleer, of Goulburn, is a brother. Mass for the repose of her soul was celebrated in SS. Peter and Paul's Cathedral by the Rev. Fr. Butz. Interment took place in the Mummell cemetery, with the Rev. Fathers Dowel and Butz officiating at the graveside.

MCCABE MARY ELLEN 25112/1952 JAMES SYLVESTER – ELIZA - GOULBURN
 

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Another daughter Rose Ann Byrne nee McAleer’s Orbit – Goulburn Evening Post Wed 9 Nov 1932

https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/...se ann mccabe mummel &searchLimits=

BYRNE ROSE A 21309/1932 JAMES – ELIZA – WOOLLAHRA

Goulburn Evening Post – Tue 27 Feb 1906 - MARRIAGE. BYRNE—McALEER.
At SS. Peter and Paul's Cathedral on the 2lth instant a quiet wedding was solemnised by the Rev. Father O'Riordan, the contracting parties being Mr. Thos. Byrne, of Auburn street, and Miss R. A. McAleer, daughter of the late Mr. James McAleer, of Pomoeroy. The bride, who was given away by her brother-in. law, Mr. Fred. Spackman, was attired in a …..

Death of son James William McAleer b 1862 NSW – James & Eliza nee Clancy

https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/...ccabe - byrne mummel &searchLimits=

MCALEER JAMES W 20870/1926 JAMES S – ELIZABETH - GOULBURN
 

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Thanks Val.

Won't have time today to add it all to my tree. I'm going away from Sydney for a few days. Due back late Friday.

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