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Mary & Deborah MORIARTY

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The Mercury (Hobart, Tas.) - Tue 26 Feb 1861 p.2
MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING.
The City of Hobart leaves for Melbourne tomorrow at three. The following are passengers : Cabin- ... Steerage- Mary and Deborah Moriarty, ...


2966/1862 Hamilton John (b. ) - Moriarty Mary (b. ) Vic.

SCHEDULE C
1862 Marriages solemnized in the District of Ballaarat
No. 361 Ballaarat 7th July 1862 - Reg# 2966
John Hamilton Bachelor Nil - Co Down Ireland - Mounted Police Constable 26 - Creswick Creswick - James Hamilton Farmer Eleanor Newell
Mary Moriarty Spinster Listowell Co Kerry Ireland - Milliner 25 - Mair St Ballaarat Ballaarat - John Moriarty Teacher Mary Huyer/Huyar ??
I, John Hamilton, do hereby declare that I am a Member of the Presbyterian Church
Married in the Manse, Soldiers Hill, Ballaarat According to the Forms of the Presbyterian Church
By me W Henderson Officiating Minister
Both signed
Witnesses: Robert Manre ? & Deborah Moriarty


Death 1873 HAMILTON Mary 34 MORIARTY John Mary UNK b. Ireland d. Vic. #3436


Death 1918 MORIARTY Deborah 84 MORIARTY Jno Ellen HAYES d. Ballarat, Vic. #163

The Ballarat Courier (Vic.) - Fri 22 Feb 1918 p.2
DEATHS
MORIARTY.-On 21st February, 1918, at the residence of her niece, Mrs. G. Campbell, 4 Exeter street, Deborah Moriarty, aged 84 years.

Mary's married daughter Ellen

1919 VIC Electoral Roll - Ballaarat - Ballaarat
CAMPBELL Ellen, 4 Exeter st., home duties
CAMPBELL George Albert, 4 Exeter st., blacksmith

Sisters but one from Kerry and the other from Limerick ?? Different mothers on death reg.??
 

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Tasmania, Australia, Immigrant Lists, 1841-1884
Deborah Moriarty
Arrival Age: 20
Arrival date: 26 Aug 1854
Arrival Port: Hobart
Ship: Kingston

[Indenture system]

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[Occ = cook. With sister Mary [17], housemaid. Both R&W and both from Limerick]

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This is their departure..

Deborah Moriarty
Arrival Port: Hobart
Arrival date: 26 Aug 1854
Departure Port: Southampton
Departure Date: 26 May 1854
Ship: Kingston
Birth Year: abt 1834
[Mary is with her]

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Thanks Geoff.

A bit odd the marriage has Co Kerry. No doubt they are sisters.


1909 VIC Electoral Roll - Ballaarat - Ballaarat
MORIARTY Deborah, 4 Exeter st., Ballarat, home duties

1913 & 1914 VIC Electoral Roll - Ballaarat - Soldiers Hill
MORIARTY Deborah, 528 Doveton st., Ballarat, home duties


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