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Item: 155928
Surname: Healey (Healy) (Kealy)
First Name: Edward
Ship: -
Date: 1824 14 August
Place: Newcastle
Source: Australian Marriages - FamilySearch Historical Records
Details: Marriage of Edward Healey (Kealy) and Mary Lanan (Lannan)


 
Item: 17829
Surname: Kealy
First Name: Edward
Ship: -
Date: 1832 28 June
Place: Hunter River
Source: SG
Details: Dennis McFadden assigned servant


 
Item: 56500
Surname: Kealy
First Name: Edward
Ship: -
Date: 1849 7 July
Place: Paterson
Source: MM
Details: Pre-emptive right to lease of land Parishes of tyramin and Houghton, County Durham


 
Item: 73661
Surname: Kealy
First Name: Edward
Ship: -
Date: 1850 17 April
Place: Guardian Angels Chapel, Paterson
Source: MM
Details: Marriage of P. Comerford of the Barwin to Ellen, eldest daughter of Edward Kealy of Summer Hill, Paterson River on 11th April. Officiating minister Rev. Dean Lynch


 
Item: 80306
Surname: Kealy
First Name: Edward
Ship: -
Date: 1837 15 February
Place: County of Durham
Source: GG 1837
Details: Forfeited deposit on land purchase


 
Item: 85787
Surname: Kealy
First Name: Edward
Ship: -
Date: 1851 13 September
Place: Paterson River
Source: MM
Details: Advertisement re horse mistakenly released from Scone pound


 
Item: 94468
Surname: Kealy
First Name: Edward
Ship: -
Date: 1834 3 September
Place: Paterson River
Source: GG 1834
Details: Application for land - 100 acres parish of Houghton


 
Item: 108102
Surname: Kealy
First Name: Edward
Ship: -
Date: 1836 3 February
Place: Co. Durham. Paterson River
Source: GG 1836
Details: Application for land. 640 acres. Bounded on the west by the Paterson River; on the south by Adair's land. 5s per acre


 
Item: 117291
Surname: Kealy
First Name: Edward
Ship: -
Date: 1839 19 January
Place: Paterson River
Source: GG 1839
Details: 200 acres farm on the Paterson River adjoining the land of Richard Clarke


 
Item: 143023
Surname: Kealy
First Name: Edward
Ship: -
Date: 1830
Place: Maitland
Source: AO NSW Convicts Indents. Fiche No. 676
Details: Thomas Glover per 'Lord Melville' assigned servant


 
Item: 155930
Surname: Kealy
First Name: Edward
Ship: -
Date: 1825 24 January
Place: -
Source: CSI Fiche 3139; 4/1842B No.431 p.799
Details: Mary Lannan, free settler and servant to T. Knowlan (?Timothy Nowlan) married to Edward Kealy


 
Item: 162218
Surname: Kealy
First Name: Edward
Ship: -
Date: 9 February 1867
Place: Paterson
Source: MM
Details: Patrick Mulcahy charged by Edward Kealy with unlawfully holding possession of land and tenement at Lambs Valley


 
Item: 162216
Surname: Kealy
First Name: Edward
Ship: Mangles 1822
Date: 21 March 1823
Place: -
Source: CSI (Reel 6010; 4/3508 p.4)
Details: Came Free. Shepherd. Permitted to proceed to Newcastle with Timothy Nowlan


 
Item: 162217
Surname: Kealy (obit.,)
First Name: Edward
Ship: -
Date: 23 July 1867
Place: Upper Paterson
Source: MM
Details: On Thursday night last our respected neighbour, Mr Fdward Kealy, sen , of Summer Hill Paterson River, died suddenly, at his residence, at the advanced age of seventy years. 'The funeral took place on Sunday, three p.m ,the attendance being the largest we have ever witnessed in a. similar occasion in a country district, numbering upwards of three hundred persons and proving the great estimation of the worthy man of all who knew him. The remains were carried to the churchy yard on the property, the pall-bearers being E.G. Cory ,warden of the district; Mr. Nowlan, ' M.P. ; Messrs. James M'Cormack, and G. J. Frankland, J.P.s ; and Messrs. E. Doyle and W. Corner. Owing to the day, it was impossible to procure the services of a clergyman ;but the burial service of the Roman Catholic Church was read in a most appropriate manner by Mr. Stapleton after which Mr, Knowlan addressed a few remarks to those present, bearing testimony to the high character and moral worth of the deceased, who in every relation of life had discharged his duty in the most praiseworthy manner.Mr. Cory also, from an experience of over forty years, testified to the sterling character of the late Mr. Kealy, particularly dwelling upon the good qualities as a neighbour and friend. Mr. Kealy's loss will be much felt in this district, where he was deservedly respected and beloved. - Upper Paterson July, 16..



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