Flora Elizabeth Hurley

F, b. circa 1905

Flora Elizabeth Hurley

F, b. 1918, d. 1989
  • Flora Elizabeth Hurley was born in 1918 in Toowoomba. She married Thomas Langton.
  • She was the daughter of Thomas Angus Hurley and Beatrice Pattle.
  • Flora Elizabeth Hurley died in 1989 in Hervey Bay.

Henry Albert Hurley

M, b. 1887

Honora Hurley

F, b. 1849
  • Honora Hurley was born in 1849 in New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of Daniel Hurley and Ellen Healy.
  • Honora Hurley was baptized in 1854 in Queensland.

James Hurley

M, b. 1901
  • James Hurley was born in 1901 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of William Denis Hurley and Frances Christine Connors.
  • On 9 December 1905,James Hurley's mother, Frances Christine Connors died in Nutgrove, Queensland, at age 35. She died in childbirth. After the death of their mother the children were taken to live with William's parents at Evergreen. Mae went to live with William's sisters Nellie and Annie in Sydney.
  • James Hurley appeared on the Electoral Roll with William Denis Hurley and Frances Trinder between 1913 and 1925 in Cooyar. William was a teamster and Frances carried out home duties. William's son James also a teamster, lived with them.
  • James Hurley appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Cooyar. James was a teamster.
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1943 and 1949 living at Upper Cooyar. James was a labourer.
  • At the age of 44 years, James Hurley married Beatrice Pattle, daughter of Robert Michael Pattle and Alberta Mary Pincott, in 1945.

Jane Hurley

F, b. 1877
  • Jane Hurley was born in 1877 in Queensland. She was a twin to Minnie.
  • She was the daughter of Michael Hurley and Deborah Patch.
  • At the age of 22 years, Jane Hurley married James Blades in 1899 in Queensland.

Margaret Hurley

F, b. 29 December 1898
  • Margaret Hurley was born on 29 December 1898 in Nutgrove, Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of William Denis Hurley and Frances Christine Connors.
  • On 9 December 1905,Margaret Hurley's mother, Frances Christine Connors died in Nutgrove, Queensland, at age 35. She died in childbirth. After the death of their mother the children were taken to live with William's parents at Evergreen. Mae went to live with William's sisters Nellie and Annie in Sydney.
  • At the age of 32 years, 1 month and 13 days, Margaret Hurley married Donald Stuart Sutherland on 14 February 1931 in St Stephen's Catholic Church, Toowoomba.

Margaret Hurley

F, b. 1854, d. 1925
  • Margaret Hurley was baptized in 1854 in Queensland.
  • She was born in 1854 in New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of Daniel Hurley and Ellen Healy.
  • At the age of 29 years, Margaret Hurley married Hugh McLoughlin in 1883 in Queensland.
  • Margaret Hurley died in 1925 in Queensland.

Mary Hurley

F, b. 1879

Mary Hurley

F, b. 1848, d. 16 March 1936
  • Mary Hurley was born in 1848 in Clifton Station.
  • She was the daughter of Daniel Hurley and Ellen Healy.
  • Mary Hurley died on 16 March 1936 in Queensland.

Mary Ann Rose Hurley

F, b. 1878, d. 1965
  • Mary Ann Rose Hurley was born in 1878 in Queensland. She was the daugther of Thomas Hurley and Johanna Moynahan. The family lived at Elbow Valley.
  • At the age of 28 years, Mary Ann Rose Hurley married Thomas John Toomey on 15 September 1906 in St Mary's Church, Warwick, Queensland. Mary's father Thomas resided at Elbow Valley and Thomas lived at Lucky Valley.
  • In November 1915 Thomas was taken to the Small Debts Court by an ex neighbour who claimed his cattle had ruined his wheat crop. At that time Thomas's lease on the land next door had expired a few months earlier and he was living at Mt Stuart.
  • The following article appeared in the Thomas and Mary Toomey signed an agreement to work for three years on a dairy farm belonging to Daniel Connolly who lived in Warwick. After seeing the farm "Thomas told Connolly that it was just the type of place he was looking for". However, in August 1920 Mary and Thomas took Daniiel to the Supreme court where they claimed £204/17/6 from Connolly. Daniel Connolly counter claimed for £160/8/4 "for certain alleged specific advances and supplies". One condition of the agreement between the Toomeys and Connolly was the a payment of £50 be made to the Toomeys if the farm was sold within two years. When Connolly sold the farm to Mitchell less than two years later he only offered the Toomeys a sum of £30. Thomas Toomey took him to court. They received a verdict in their favour with payment of £337 5s. 6d.
    The Toomeys remained on the farm working for Mr Mitchell in 1917.
  • On 20 August 1920 the following article appeared in the Warwick Daily News :- " BRISBANE, Thursday.—At the Supreme Court civil sittings to-day, in the case Toomey and Toomey v. Connolly, Mr. N. Macrossan (instructed by Messers. Dowling and Wilson) appeared for the plaintiffs, and Mr. Woolcock instructed by Messrs. Fitzgerald and Walsh, town agents for Mr. Edgar Brennan, of Warwick) for the defendant.
    This was a suit in which Thomas Toomey and Mary Rose Toomey claimed £294/17/6 from Daniel Connolly, alleged to be due in connection with the working of a dairy farm at Emu Creek, near Crow's Nest.
    The defendant counter claimed £160/8/4 in respect of certain alleged specificied advances and supplies.
    The cross-examinationof the defendant was concluded.
    Timothy Connolly, son of the defen dant, gave evidence of a corroborative nature.
    After counsel's address had been concluded the Court rose until to-morrow morning."

  • Mary Ann Rose Hurley and Thomas John Toomey appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1921 and 1930 living at Emu Creek. Thomas was a farmer. The family appear to have moved away from the area a few years later.
  • Mary Ann Rose Hurley and Thomas John Toomey appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1939 living at Boonenno, Kingaroy. Thomas was a farmer as was his sons Hurley and Patrick. Son John was a labourer.
  • In 1962,her husband, Thomas John Toomey died in Queensland.
  • Mary Ann Rose Hurley died in 1965 in Brisbane, Queensland.

Children of Mary Ann Rose Hurley and Thomas John Toomey

Mary Christine (Mae) Hurley

F, b. 9 December 1905
  • On 9 December 1905,Mary Christine (Mae) Hurley's mother, Frances Christine Connors died in Nutgrove, Queensland, at age 35. She died in childbirth. After the death of their mother the children were taken to live with William's parents at Evergreen. Mae went to live with William's sisters Nellie and Annie in Sydney.
  • Mary Christine (Mae) Hurley was born on 9 December 1905 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of William Denis Hurley and Frances Christine Connors.

Michael Hurley

M, b. 12 September 1845, d. 20 October 1902
  • Michael Hurley was born on 12 September 1845 in Boydtown, New South Wales.
  • He was the son of Daniel Hurley and Ellen Healy.
  • At the age of 23 years, 11 months and 11 days, Michael Hurley married Deborah Patch, daughter of Stephen Patch and Sarah Brett, on 23 August 1869 in Toowoomba.
  • Michael Hurley died on 20 October 1902 in Queensland at age 57.
  • He was buried in Evergreen Cemetery.

Children of Michael Hurley and Deborah Patch

Michael (John) Hurley

M, b. 1884, d. 1955
  • Michael (John) Hurley was also known as John Michael.
  • He was born in 1884 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of Michael Hurley and Deborah Patch.
  • At the age of 28 years, Michael (John) Hurley married Ruth Pattle, daughter of Robert Michael Pattle and Alberta Mary Pincott, in 1912.
  • Michael (John) Hurley appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1913 living at Cooyar. He was a labourer.
  • He and Ruth Pattle appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Cooyar. John was a teamster.
  • Michael (John) Hurley died in 1955 in Queensland.

Minnie Hurley

F, b. 1877
  • Minnie Hurley was born in 1877 in Queensland. She was a twin to Jane.
  • She was the daughter of Michael Hurley and Deborah Patch.
  • At the age of 22 years, Minnie Hurley married John McNamara in 1899 in Queensland.

Norman Angus Hurley

M, b. 1915, d. 2001
  • Norman Angus Hurley was born in 1915 in Toowoomba, Queensland.
  • He was the son of Thomas Angus Hurley and Beatrice Pattle.
  • At the age of 26 years, Norman Angus Hurley married an unknown person in 1941 in Cooyar.
  • Norman Angus Hurley died in 2001 in Mackay.

Robert Thomas Hurley

M, b. 1908, d. 1962
  • Robert Thomas Hurley was born in 1908 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of William Denis Hurley and Frances Trinder.
  • Robert Thomas Hurley appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Cooyar. He was a teamster.
  • Robert Thomas Hurley died in 1962 in Brisbane, Queensland.

Rosalie Agnes Hurley

F, b. 1891, d. 18 June 1948

Ruby Emilly Hurley

F, b. 1909

Sarah Nellie Hurley

F, b. 1889

Stephen Joseph Hurley

M, b. 1896, d. 1898
  • Stephen Joseph Hurley was born in 1896 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of Michael Hurley and Deborah Patch.
  • Stephen Joseph Hurley died in 1898 in Queensland.

Thomas Angus Hurley

M, b. 1875, d. 10 August 1938
  • Thomas Angus Hurley was born in 1875 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of Michael Hurley and Deborah Patch.
  • Thomas Angus Hurley appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1903 and 1908 living at Cooyar Station. He was a stockman.
  • At the age of 37 years, Thomas Angus Hurley married Beatrice Pattle, daughter of Robert Michael Pattle and Alberta Mary Pincott, in 1912 in Queensland.
  • Thomas Angus Hurley appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1913 living at Evergreen. He was a carrier.
  • He and Beatrice Pattle appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1925 and 1937 living at Upper Cooyar Creek. He was a teamster and she carried out home duties.
  • Thomas Angus Hurley died on 10 August 1938 in West Maclagan, Queensland. The Queensland Times reported:- " COOYAR, August 10 While rounding up a bull in the rough range country at West Maclagan. Mr. T A Hurley (50). a grazier, of Upper Cooyar Creek. leaned over to evade the branch of a tree, the saddle girth broken, and he fell 40ft. down a gorge. He received severe head injuries, and although conscious when his companion reached him was dead when the latter re turned with assistance."

  • He was buried in Evergreen Cemetery.

Children of Thomas Angus Hurley and Beatrice Pattle

Thorleen May Hurley

F, b. 1913, d. 2000

Unnamed Male Hurley

M, b. 1883, d. 1883
  • Unnamed Male Hurley died in 1883 in Queensland.
  • He was born in 1883 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of Michael Hurley and Deborah Patch.

William Denis Hurley

M, b. 30 September 1873, d. 1946
  • William Denis Hurley was born on 30 September 1873 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of Michael Hurley and Deborah Patch.
  • At the age of 21 years, 4 months and 13 days, William Denis Hurley married Frances Christine Connors, daughter of James Connors and Mary Wallis, on 15 February 1895 in Nutgrove.
  • William Denis Hurley and Frances Christine Connors appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Cooyar. He was a labourer.
  • On 9 December 1905,his wife, Frances Christine Connors died in Nutgrove, Queensland, at age 35. She died in childbirth. After the death of their mother the children were taken to live with William's parents at Evergreen. Mae went to live with William's sisters Nellie and Annie in Sydney.
  • At the age of 33 years, 2 months and 26 days, William Denis Hurley married Frances Trinder on 26 December 1906 in Queensland. The family moved back to Nutgrove after William's second marriage.
  • William Denis Hurley and Frances Trinder appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1913 and 1925 living at Cooyar. William was a teamster and Frances carried out home duties. William's son James also a teamster, lived with them.
  • William Denis Hurley and Frances Trinder appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Cooyar. William was a teamster.
  • In 1939,his wife, Frances Trinder died.
  • William Denis Hurley died in 1946 in Queensland.
  • He was buried in Evergreen Cemetery.

Children of William Denis Hurley and Frances Christine Connors

Children of William Denis Hurley and Frances Trinder

Willliam Angus Hurley

M, b. 10 April 1896, d. 1917
  • Willliam Angus Hurley was born on 10 April 1896 in Nutgrove, Cooyar, Queensland.
  • He was the son of William Denis Hurley and Frances Christine Connors.
  • After the death of Frances Christine Connors Willliam Angus Hurley on 9 December 1905 in Nutgrove, Queensland; She died in childbirth. After the death of their mother the children were taken to live with William's parents at Evergreen. Mae went to live with William's sisters Nellie and Annie in Sydney.
  • Willliam Angus Hurley died in 1917.

Aileen May Hurlock

F, b. 1904, d. March 1937
  • Aileen May Hurlock was born in 1904 in Toowoomba, Queensland.
  • At the age of 31 years, Aileen May Hurlock married Alexander Robert Pukallus, son of Hermann Carl Pukallus and Elisabeth Lange, in 1935 in Queensland.
  • Aileen May Hurlock died in March 1937 in Nanango.
  • She was buried on 13 March 1937 in Nanango Cemetery.

Ann Hurst

F, b. 16 July 1819, d. 23 August 1916
  • Ann Hurst was born on 16 July 1819. She was the daughter of Phillip Hurst.
  • At the age of 19 years, 3 months and 25 days, Ann Hurst married Joseph Primmer, son of Benjamin Primmer and Martha Newland, on 10 November 1838 in East Meon, Hampshire. [The surname was spelt PRIMER on the marriage record]. He was a labourer of East Meon, his father Benjamin was deceased. Ann's father was Philip Hurst a labourer. Ann was a minor, spinner-servant. Both lived at East Meon.
  • Ann Hurst and Joseph Primmer immigrated to New Zealand on 15 March 1842. Joseph 30, an agricultural labourer and Ann 24 travelled on the Bolton with their children Benjamin, aged 9 months and Ann 2. Ann died on the voyage.
  • On 17 November 1873,her husband, Joseph Primmer died in Richmond, Nelson, New Zealand, at age 66. The Colonist reported - "Mr Joseph Primmer when walking on the road near his house at Richmond, on November 17th, about two p.m, in company with Mr John Sutton, suddenly fell down dead. The cause of death is supposed to be heart disease. Mr Primmer had been complaining the last few days of unusual pain in the region of the heart."
  • Ann Hurst testified in court at the hearing of Police vs Noah Primmer and Leonard Primmer on 11 September 1895; The Nelson Evening Mail reported:- "At the Brightwater Magistrate's Court today, the case Police v Leonard Primmer and Noah Primmer was called on. Mr Harley appeared for the defendants. Applications were made for prohibition orders. The application in respect of Leonard Primmer was partly heard, evidence being given by Ann Primmer, mother of the defendant, to the effect that his conduct on account of drink was past all bearing." The witness was continuing, when Mr Harley, who had conferred with defendants, said that his clients would consent to the granting of the order. The Bench granted an older to be operative for 12 months and to apply to the Nelson Licensing District and that portion of the Waimea Sounds District as far as Belgrove and Moutere. His Worship (Mr Heaps), said the order would also apply to breweries"
    In June 1896 they were both fined 5s for being on a hotel premises while prohibited.
  • Edward Primmer visited his family in New Zealand. The Bruce Herald reported - "Mr N Primmer [believe this should be E not N], from Queensland, recently paid a visit to his brother, Mr G. C. Primmer, at Lakeside. Mr Primmer is a butcher with a good business in Brisbane, and has not been in New Zealand for 29 years, and naturally sees a great difference in the country. Mr Primmer intends paying a visit to his mother who living in Nelson before returning home."
  • Ann Hurst died on 23 August 1916 in Nelson, New Zealand, at age 97.
  • Ann Hurst's orbituary appeared in the Nelson Evening Star on 24 August 1916. It read:- "MRS JOSEPH PRIMMER
    The death occurred yesterday, at the great age of 97, of Mrs Joseph Primmer, who was amongst the first settlers in the Nelson Province. Born in England, she came out to Nelson with her husband in the ship Bolton in 1842, and the intervening period of 74 years has been wholly spent in the district. Her first home was in the Maitai, and subsequently lived in Poor Man's Valley, Stoke, and Richmond. For the past seven years she had lived with her daughter, Mrs McDonald, of Collingwood-street, where she died after an illness of three weeks. She celebrated her 97th birthday on July 16th. For some time past she had been blind, and somewhat frail, but her memory was retentive, and she could recall and relate incidents in her early life in the province. Her husband died over 40 years ago. She had a family of sixteen children, of whom twelve are living and there are also upwards of 60 grandchildren, 37 great-grandchildren, and three great-great-grandchildren. The late Mrs Primmer was a member of the Methodist Church, and was for a long period an active worker in connection therewith."
  • She was buried on 27 August 1916 in Richmond Cemetery.

Children of Ann Hurst and Joseph Primmer

Arthur Bendigo Hurst

M, b. 1890, d. 1964

Florence Hurst

F, b. circa 1900
  • Florence Hurst was born circa 1900.
  • Florence Hurst married Burnett Chant, son of William Chant and Frances Lewis, in 1923 in Queensland.
  • Florence Hurst and Burnett Chant appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1949 living at Crow's Nest. Burnett was a Main Roads ganger and Florence carried out home duties. A William Henry Chant, a truck driver, also lived at Crows Nest.