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Mary Anne MULLANE

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Mary Anne MULLANE b. abt 1855 where ?

- parents Samuel MULLANE and Ann Josephine LAIDLEY ??

Looking for Mary Anne's birth and her parents marriage.

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Burial V1855557 120/1855 MULLANE ANN AGE 38

RC Burials in the Parish of Newcastle in the County of Northumberland in the Year 1855
No. - Ann Mullane Age: 38 years Abode: Newcastle When Died: - When Buried: August 29 Ship's Name: Emigrant Ship L. McNaughten ? year 1837 Quality or Profession: Publican By whom the Ceremony was performed: C Dowling R.C.C.
 

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arrival: Lady McNaughton
Origin: Cork
Destination: Sydney 1837 Feb 26
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Date Item Details Source
primary source ML PRO CO201/269
primary source AO 4/2377 (partial)
primary source ML A1267-17p223
secondary source AO COD 112
secondary source COD 394

Curious. That vessel is not listed for 1837.

http://www.theshipslist.com/ships/australia/au1838.shtml
 
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The Sydney Monitor (NSW : 1828 - 1838 ) Fri 10 Mar 1837 Page 2
SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON.
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LADY McNAUGHTEN, ship, Hustwick, master,
W. Walker & Co., agents, in Spring Cove, with
Female Emigrants on board, under quarantine.

Friday 24 March still under quarantine. Ditto 31 March and 7 April and 14 April.

The Colonist (Sydney, NSW : 1835 - 1840) - Thursday 20 April 1837 Page 3
THE LADY MACNAUGHTEN.
THE Emigrants per Lady Macnaughten have at
length arrived in Sydney, and the best part of
them have been provided with suitable situations.
...

No passenger list.


Don't know if there is a connection between Mary and the Ann who was buried in Newcastle.
 
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Hi Dave,

Off Google...

The Lady Macnaghten, which departed Ireland with 414 emigrants, also carried a cargo (and provisions)—a superabundance of potatoes. Their quantity was so large that they filled the hold of the ship, leaving little space for anything else, not even the passengers’ luggage. In consequence, their belongings were left on deck, making it impossible to clean and scrub the ship as required under health regulations. The subsequent unsanitary conditions triggered the fatal epidemic that prevailed on this ship and resulted in 73 deaths. The migration of families with young children required much more stringent health checks—but these simply were not in place for the departure of the Lady Macnaghten. She arrived in Port Jackson (Sydney Harbor) on 26 February 1837 and was immediately directed into quarantine on a point of land above Spring Cove at North Head on Governor Bourke’s orders and remained in quarantine until 10 May. Of the 444 passengers and crew, 56 emigrants had perished while 17 others, including the surgeon superintendent, died at the quarantine station. There were 111 children under the age of 7, of whom 49 died; of the 39 children aged 7-14 only 6 died. Eighteen adults died; 11 were female, many the mothers of sick children.
This was the first time that a large number of children had undertaken the long voyage on board an emigrant ship to Australia. One telling comment on the numbers of young children allowed to emigrate was made by SurgeonSuperintendent Hawkins following the death of six-week-old Cornelius Lynch on 24 November 1836.


The Mitchell Library in Sydney has full list of passengers and record of the enquiry that was held also a letter by 10 Irish passengers re maltreatment on board.

** found this - http://www.rushen.com.au/ships.html
scroll down to bottom to click here for passenger crew list for Lady Macnaghten - has Mullane Ann and Honora

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Thanks Val.

All I have is age at death pointing to abt 1855 and parents if informant was correct.

Death 18229/1937 NASH MARY ANN - SAMUEL - ANNE JOSEPHINE - ROZELLE * 8 Jul 1937

Don't know if there is a connection or not.

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Is this her - on Aust Cemetery Headstone Transcriptions.

Name: Mary Ann Nash
Birth Date: 15 Aug 1853
Death Date: 8 Jul 1937
Age: 83
Burial Place: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Cemetery: Waverley
Section: 2 Ordinary
Row: 10
Inscription: b. Kelso, 15 Aug 1853. Died Rozelle. Wife of above
Denomination: Anglican
(Husband William Henry Nash)


1st Marriage
964/1876 HILDER WILLIAM to MULLANE MARY W - SYDNEY - (William died 1878 )

2nd marriage
1476/1882 NASH WILLIAM to HILDER MARY ANN - SYDNEY
their children:
NASH JOSEPH Francis 4352/1883 WILLIAM H - MARY A – BALMAIN – died 1951 Burwood

NASH RACHEL A 4607/1885 WILLIAM H - MARY J – BALMAIN – Rachel Annie Black died 1978 NSW – married John Black 1913 Sydney.

NASH GEORGE Robert 4746/1887 WILLIAM H - MARY A – BALMAIN – died 1967 Sydney




SMH Fri 9 July 1937 - DEATH
NASH.- July 8, 1937. at her daughter's residence, 145 Evans-street. Rozelle, Mary Ann, widow of the late William Henry and loving, mother of Elizabeth (Mrs. Heppell), Joseph F., Rachel (Mrs. Black). and George, aged 83.
only child not found was Elizabeth (Mrs Heppell) so a possible under HILDER (1st marriage)

HILDER ELIZA A 2703/1878 WILLIAM H – MARY – SYDNEY

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Thanks Val.

Yes, that's the one.

Kelso = East of Bathurst

Probably no connection to the RC burial in Newcastle.

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Also don't know if there is any connection here:

Marriage 960/1923 MULLANE JOHN - SANDS SARAH - ASHFIELD * 17 Feb 1923

Death 10125/1940 MULLANE JOHN - TIMOTHY - ANNIE - RANDWICK

The Sydney Morning Herald - Tuesday 23 April 1940 p.10
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MULLANE.-The Remains of the late JOHN MULLANE, of 3 Malvern Avenue, Roseville, were privately Cremated YESTERDAY (Monday) at the Northern Suburbs Crematorium.
CHARLES KINSELA PTY. LTD. A.F.D.A., Oxford Street, Taylor Square, Darlinghurst. Phones FL4136-7-8.


Death 1336/1906 MULLANE TIMOTHY - DANIEL - ELLEN - GRAFTON

Clarence and Richmond Examiner (Grafton, NSW : 1889 - 1915) - Saturday 30 December 1905 p.1
DEATHS
MULLANE.-At his residence, Villier-street, Grafton, on 25th Dec., Timothy Mullane, native of Lisrobbin, County of Cork, Ireland ; aged 64 years. May his soul rest in peace.

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Need to sort these births:
HILDER ELIZA A 2703/1878 WILLIAM H - MARY -SYDNEY

HILDER ELIZABETH M 6145/1878 WILLIAM - MARY A - REDFERN


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Death HILDER ELIZABETH 5441/1910 WILLIAM - MARY - GRANVILLE

Not in Ryerson and can't see a notice in Trove.
 
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Found her...
SMH Sat 10 July 1937
NASH.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. ELIZABETH M. HEPPELL Mr. and Mrs. JOSEPH V. NASH. Mr. and Mrs. J. BLACK, and Mr. and Mrs. G. R NASH and FAMILIES are Invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly beloved MOTHER. GRANDMOTHER, and GREAT-GRAND-MOTHER. Mary Ann Nash: to leave her daughter's residence 145 Evans-street. Rozelle. THIS AFTERNOON after a Service commencing at 2 o'clock, tor the Church of England portion of Waverley Cemetery.

NSW BMD - Marriage
4382/1902 HEPPLE WILLIAM to HILDER ELIZABETH M – MEREWETHER

NSW BMD - Birth – so daughter of 1st Marriage of Mary Ann & William Hilder
HILDER ELIZABETH M 6145/1878 WILLIAM - MARY A – REDFERN

NSW BMD – Death
HEPPLE ELIZABETH MAY 30671/1968 WILLIAM – MARY - KOGARAH

Ryerson
HEPPLE Elizabeth May Death notice 16SEP1968 Death 90 SMH 17SEP1968

Looks like Elizabeth & William only had 1 child.
Births
HEPPLE WILLIAM H 17659/1903 WILLIAM - ELIZABETH M - WOOLLAHRA
Death
HEPPELL WILLIAM HILDER 27638/1978 WILLIAM - ELIZABETH
 
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Thanks Val.

I had not gone as far as finding a death for Elizabeth so didn't get to find her middle name. I had the Eliza not the Elizabeth birth in my tree not knowing at the time there were two possibles.

Sorted now.

A lot of index entries with an error for the initial although most records have the full middle name.

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