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151 Banns were called on the 30 Aug Family F71
 
152 Baprised on 30 Jul 1792 WARTONBY (ALSO WARTENBEY, WARTENBY, WARTANBY) John (I1426)
 
153 Baprised on the 7 April 1858 Sponsors: William Tuohey, Bridget Naughten TOOHEY (ALSO TOUHEY) Michael (I1364)
 
154 Baptised 12 December WOOD William (I80)
 
155 Baptised 14 Aug, 1895 COOGAN Thomas (I874)
 
156 Baptised 15 June 1846 PHILLIPS James William (I44)
 
157 Baptised 17 Aug 1862 SEXTON James (I2453)
 
158 Baptised 17 August 1862 - sponsors were Margaret O'Neill and Patrick Green

Lived at Annie Street, Toowong.
James, Louisa and James Vincent are buried in Toowong Cemetery, Portion 7 Section 57 and Grave no 22. 
SEXTON James (I2453)
 
159 Baptised 19th May 1835, Catholic Parish of Doneraile, probably the Shanballymore Church. Sponsors were John Lillis and Margaret Hogan.
Resided townland of Ardeen part of the Doneraile district. Parents Patrick and Mary O'Regan (nee Murphy). Occupation for Patrick was farmer. [From MM Hayes]

Maurice came to Australia in January 1863 and shortly after went to Maryborough
Was timber getting in Maryborough by 1865 as he is listed in a party of 6 attacked by aborigines on the Susan. See The Brisbane Courier Wed 4 Oct 1865

At the time of his marriage he is listed as labourer. At the time of death his occupation was grazier. He owned properties in the south Burnett area near Gayndah including Waverley and Greentree.

Maurice died in Maryborough (Qld.) on 29.8.1920 age 85. At the time he was residing at Fort Street with his wife and daughter Elizabeth. Cause of death: umbilical hernia, bronchitis and cardiac failure. He was buried on 30.8.1920 in the Maryborough cemetery. Fr. P.Brady officiated.

Marriage - Maurice and Hannah O'Regan were married on 4.6.1866 in St Mary's Catholic Church Maryborough by Fr. Paul Tissot (Dean Tissot) a French Assumptionist Catholic Priest who came to Queensland with Bishop Quinn. The witnesses were Stephen McDonogh and Thomas Hanlon. Initially they resided at Wharf Street, Maryborough. However later moved to Fort Street.

Listed as being an insolvent publican in Maryborough on the 9 August 1867. Listed as having the Crown & Anchor Hotel in 1864.

In 1869, Maurice O'Regan butcher in Maryborough assigned his estate in trust to Henry Stoward, merchant, of the same place.

Parents were Patrick O'Regan and Mary Murphy. 
O'REGAN Maurice (I1108)
 
160 Baptised 21 October 1770 WOOD William (I94)
 
161 Baptised 21 Sep 1856 WEBB John Cyril Eustace Parker (I1801)
 
162 Baptised 22 Aug 1824 PATERSON Christian (I985)
 
163 Baptised 22 July 1792 Tower Hamlets, Christ Church Spitalfields
Robert Rickards of Richard, gentleman, Fashion street, by Elizabeth 25 days old
 
RICKARDS Robert (I2097)
 
164 Baptised 23 May 1815 WARTONBY (ALSO WARTENBEY, WARTENBY, WARTANBY) Julia (I2146)
 
165 Baptised 23 Oct 1874 RUDDELL Christina (I679)
 
166 Baptised 24 August 1778 WOOD Janet (I983)
 
167 Baptised 24 Jul 1818 WARTONBY (ALSO WARTENBEY, WARTENBY, WARTANBY) Jane (I2147)
 
168 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I248)
 
169 Baptised 27 Oct 1867 - sponsors were Stephen Hammill and Rose Hammill SEXTON Francis (I2452)
 
170 Baptised 28 November 1790 Tower Hamlets, Christ Church Spitalfields
Richard Rickards of Richard gentleman, Fashion Street, by Elizabeth born 30 June or Jan 1790
 
RICKARDS Richard (I2102)
 
171 Baptised 6 Dec 1812 WARTONBY (ALSO WARTENBEY, WARTENBY, WARTANBY) Roseanh (I2145)
 
172 Baptised as Frank Henry Fortunate on May 11, 1820 in the parish of St Mary, Lambeth, County of Surrey. PHILLIPS Francis Henry Fortunatus (I270)
 
173 Baptised as Hamyl

Godparents were Patrick and Margaret Golden - baptised on the 2 January 1859 
HAMMILL James (I191)
 
174 Baptised at the Lurgan Presbyterian Church on the 26 January 1864. Parents were John Gillespie and Mary Anne Hall. GILLESPIE Margaret (I2752)
 
175 Baptised at the Mission Church 28 June, 1865 by James Wallace, Missionary of the Irish Presbyterian Church WOOD Katherine (Kate) Louisa (I111)
 
176 Baptised on 2 Sep 1827 RYAN John (I732)
 
177 Baptised on August 16.

Spelling of residence is from the baptismal register for Lurgan Presbyterian. 
RUDDELL Eliza Jane (I186)
 
178 Baptised on May 10, 1820 in the parish of St Mary, Lambeth, County of Surrey. James and Lydia live in Chester Place and James' profession is gentleman.

Educated at the Normal Institution in Sydney.

The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser,Sat 11 Nov 1843
PUNTAGE.-On Monday last a case was tried in the Court of Requests, before E. D. Day, Esq., in which the plaintiff was Mr. F. Phillips, the owner of the punt at Paterson, and the defendant Mr. C. Boydell, the mail contractor.

Sydney Morning Herald Monday 11 Sept 1843
At St. James's Church, Sydney, on the 9th September instant, Francis Henry Phillips, Esq., of Vorribang, William River, to Susannah Gordon Windeyer, fourth daughter of Charles Windeyer, Esq., Police Magistrate, of Sydney.

Francis is listed as a Clerk in the Surveyor-General's office in 1839.

Matiland Mercury Wed 26 Mar 1851
Frank was a JP and he is recorded as overseeing an inquest: An inquest was held on the body, before F. H. F. Phillips, Esq, J.P., where a verdict of accidental death was returned.

In 1852 the Moreton Bay Courier (Tues 23 March 1852) reports that wrecks had been seen on the coast between the Clarence and Richmond Rivers. F.H. Phillips Esq, accompanied by Mr Abbott, the Chief Constable of Grafton, proceeded in search but returned unsuccessful.

Became Clerk of Petty Sessions on 1 March 1853 at Cassilis, NSW.

Matiland Mercury
A Francis Phillips committed suicide, dying in Maitland Hospital on 18 December 1854 and was buried in Campbell's Hill cemetery. The death was not registered but is recorded in the Maitland Mercury. It appeared that Francis Phillips had been admitted as a patient labouring under 'delirium tremens' on Tuesday 12 December. On the 14 December, he had attempted to cut his throat with a knife which he had been using for his dinner. Mr Riley, the resident apothecary, was called and the patient was secured and watched until he died about half past 10 on the 18 December.

A coroner's inquest was held regarding his death on the 19 December 1854 at Maitland.

The Maitland Mercury reported on Saturday 23 December 1854: The inquest at the hospital: The inquest on the deceased patient Francis Phillips held before Mr Green, on Tuesday last, terminated with a verdict of died from exhaustion produced by intemperance - the evidence of Mr. Riley showing that the marks on the throat were only superficial and the loss of blood slight. 
PHILLIPS Francis Henry Fortunatus (I270)
 
179 Baptised on the 03 Dec 1871. Sponsors were Patrick and Johanna Meany. Address was Ballyconnaught, Parish of Rosbercon, Co Kilkenny. DELAHUNTY Richard (I2342)
 
180 Baptised on the 10 September 1854 COOGAN Hugh (I1987)
 
181 Baptised on the 14 March, 1825. His sponsors were Thomas Harding and Mary Guerin. BOYCE George (I2564)
 
182 Baptised on the 20 Aug 1876. Sponsors were Laurence Murphy and Margaret Delahunty.

In 1903 and 1905, James and Mary, his first wife, are living at Balnagowan and he is a labourer.

In 1902 in the Pleystowe Mill inquiry a James Delahunty is a farmer at Balnagown and had been there for 7 years. He proposed to give up farming and a writ was served on him a few days later and when he received his statement from the mill, it showed that he was indebted to a larger amount than he had thought.

James is declared insolvent but in 1911 he applied to be discharged. He is listed as a farmer of Farleigh, near Mackay.

In 1908, James is listed as a farmer at Farleigh and there is a Mary Delahunty at Miclere, his mother.

In 1913, James and Mena are living at Miclere.

In 1937, James and Mena are living at 36 Costin Street, Fortitude Valley.

On the 1943 electoral roll for South Brisbane, a James Delahunty is living at 31 Edmonstone St with Alice who is a shop assistant. 
DELAHUNTY James (I791)
 
183 Baptised on the 20 Jun 1802 WOOD Margaret (I95)
 
184 Baptised on the 20th October BRUCE Helen (Ellen or Nelly) (I83)
 
185 Baptised on the 21 Feb at St Andrews RC Church COOGAN Patrick Joseph (Paddy) (I794)
 
186 Baptised on the 21 March 1856 in the Kilmurry Ibricken parish, townland of Clonadrum SEXTON John (I2446)
 
187 Baptised on the 21 March 1856 in the Kilmurry Ibricken parish, townland of Clonadrum SEXTON Stephen (I2445)
 
188 Baptised on the 22 Apr 1840  FOX Thomasine (I2088)
 
189 Baptised on the 24 Feb 1850 GORE JONES Edward Richard Neynoe (I660)
 
190 Baptised on the 24 February 1860 COOGAN Michael (I1989)
 
191 Baptised on the 25 Feb. BRUCE Archibald (I86)
 
192 Baptised on the 25th February 1773 WOOD John (I982)
 
193 Baptised on the 26 January, 1862 COOGAN Mary (I1990)
 
194 Baptised on the 27 June 1838 FOX James William (I2089)
 
195 Baptised on the 30 March 1884 in the Lurgan Presbyterian Church. There is a discrepancy between the actual baptismal register on microfilm at PRONI and the transcript found on Roots Ireland. Her birth differs by a day, RUDDELL Martha (I683)
 
196 Baptised on the 31 Jan 1858 SAUNDERS Mary Jane (I372)
 
197 Baptised on the 31 May 1856 COOGAN Mary (I1988)
 
198 Baptised on the 4 November 1860 - sponsors were John Golden and Ellen Freney

Possible wedding:

1903/C657 Mary O'Sullivan to Patrick Sexton 
SEXTON Patrick (I2496)
 
199 Baptised on the 5 August 1854 in the Kilmurry Ibricken parish, townland of Clonadrum SEXTON Michael (I2444)
 
200 Baptised on the 7 March, 1858 COOGAN Thomas (I867)
 

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