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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
139832 Donovan (Tyrrell) Miss Mary - 1862 27 December St. John's Church, West Maitland MM
 
  Marriage of Joseph Tyrrell and Miss Mary Donovan, both of West Maitland on 6th December 1862. Mininster Rev. J.T. Dunne
 
161913 Higgins (Tyrrell) (Horner) Mary Rolla 1803 - - -
 
  De facto relationship with assistant surgeon Richard Horner. Issue - James, Margaret, Mary & Sarah
 
161916 Horner (Higgins) (Tyrrell) Mary - 11 August 1818 - CSI (Reel 6047; 4/1740 pp.257-8)
 
  Mary Horner, wife of Richard - Her son James recommended for admission to the Male Orphan Institution
 
161917 Horner (Higgins) (Tyrrell) Mary - 1 January 1819 - CSI (Fiche 3307; 4/7208 pp.1-2)
 
  Washerwoman. Son James Horner admitted to the male Orphan School
 
91369 Tyrell (Tyrrell) Thomas - 1852 21 July Morpeth MM
 
  John Hillier giving notice that there would no longer be a thoroughfare behind his small stone store leading to the brick building known as Cobb's Store. Store in occupation of Thomas Tyrrell
 
45720 Tyrrell - - 1843 2 September West Maitland MM
 
  Additional subscription for building St. John the Baptist's Church
 
37965 Tyrrell Bishop - 1848 22 January Morpeth MM
 
  Arrived on the 'Medway'. To reside at Morpeth. Parsonage undergoing repairs and alteratioins
 
41816 Tyrrell Bishop - 1848 3 June Newcastle MM
 
  Departed on the steamer 'Tamar' for Moreton Bay
 
46191 Tyrrell Bishop - 1848 30 September Brisbane Water MM
 
  Performed Divine service at Gosford and Kincumba
 
46462 Tyrrell Bishop - 1848 14 October Newcastle MM
 
  Visiting extensive portions of his diocese. To Armidale on 21 Oct. then to the McLeay, Port Macquarie and the Manning
 
49778 Tyrrell Bishop - 1848 29 November - MM
 
  Returned to Morpeth after a visit to the inland diocese extending 1000 miles
 
60020 Tyrrell Bishop - 1849 1 December Wollombi MM
 
  Held confirmation ceremony at Wollombi
 
84933 Tyrrell Bishop - 1848 5 February Maitland MM
 
  Arrived at Morpeth from Newcastle and residing there. Visited several churches in the neighbourhood. To preach at St. Peters on 6th February
 
87641 Tyrrell Bishop - 1852 17 January Wollombi MM
 
  Administered rite of confirmation at Wollombi before moving on to Mangrove Greek and Brisbane Water
 
89384 Tyrrell Bishop - 1852 17 April - MM
 
  Made donation to the Maitland Hospital
 
90766 Tyrrell Bishop - 1852 12 June Morpeth MM
 
  Provided treat for 400 pupils of the Church of England schools at his residence at Morpeth
 
91086 Tyrrell Bishop - 1852 3 July St. Peter's church, East Maitland MM
 
  Marriage of Arthur Edward, 4th son of the Rev. Townshend Selwyn, Canon of Gloucester to Rose Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Rev. G.K. Rusden on 30th June. Officiating clergy Lord Bishop of Newcastle
 
91227 Tyrrell Bishop - 1852 14 July West Maitland MM
 
  Put forward a plan to erect a grammar school and a second church in West Maitland
 
92921 Tyrrell Bishop - 1852 18 August - MM
 
  Inhabitants of Ravensfield and Owlpen thanking the Bishop for present of books distributed among the children of the school at Owlpen
 
95467 Tyrrell Bishop - 1852 20 October Hanging Rock gold field MM
 
  Bishop of Newcastle. Celebrated divine service in the verandah of Mr. Gibbon's inn. Inclement weather
 
 
 
 
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