Michael Muhling

M, b. 2 April 1863, d. 8 June 1865

Neville Blair Muhling

M, b. April 1926, d. 27 July 1926
  • Neville Blair Muhling was born in April 1926.
  • He was the son of Leonard Valentine Muhling and Alice Beatrice Banks.
  • Neville Blair Muhling died on 27 July 1926 in Queensland.
  • Neville was buried on 28 July 1926 in Goombungee Cemetery.

Peter Muhling

M, b. 1887, d. 25 December 1973

Peter Muhling 1887-1973, son of Leonard Muhling and Rose Diflo. Photo thanks to David N.
  • Peter Muhling was born in 1887 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of Leonard Valentine Muhling and Rose Diflo.
  • At the age of 27 years, Peter Muhling married Matilda Lowien, daughter of August Lowien and Pauline Kajewski, in 1914 in Queensland.
    Wedding of Peter Muhling and Matilda Lowien - 1914. Photo thanks to David N.
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  • Peter Muhling and Matilda Lowien appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1925 and 1930 living at Nutgrove. Peter was a farmer and Mathilda carried out home duties. Peter's parents had moved to Crow's Nest.
  • On 4 June 1970,his wife, Matilda Lowien died in Queensland at age 75.
  • Peter Muhling died on 25 December 1973 in Queensland.
  • Peter was buried on 28 December 1973 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery. PLAW3-004-0033.

Rose Muhling

F, b. 30 December 1899, d. 30 October 1948
  • Rose Muhling was born on 30 December 1899 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of Leonard Valentine Muhling and Rose Diflo.
  • Rose Muhling appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1925 and 1930 living at Esk Street, Crow's Nest. Rose appeared to be living with her parents.
  • At the age of 30 years, 11 months and 22 days, Rose Muhling married Henry Fitch, son of John Fitch and Karolina Puschmann, on 22 December 1930 in Queensland.
  • Rose Muhling and Henry Fitch appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1943 living at Crow's Nest. Henry was a labourer and Rose carried out home duties.
  • Rose Muhling died on 30 October 1948 in Queensland at age 48.
  • Rose was buried on 31 October 1948 in Crow's Nest Cemetery.

Children of Rose Muhling and Henry Fitch

William August Muhling

M, b. 1903, d. 1972
  • William August Muhling was born in 1903 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of Leonard Valentine Muhling and Rose Diflo.
  • At the age of 24 years, William August Muhling married Phyllis Irene Sheppard (died 1929 Brisbane) in 1927 in Queensland.
  • At the age of 36 years, William August Muhling married Gladis Ielene Maud Ellis in 1939 in Queensland.
  • William August Muhling died in 1972 in Queensland.

Amelie Muhren

F, b. circa 1840

Children of Amelie Muhren and Ernst Frederick Gottleib (Fritz) Keding

Marion Waddell Muir

F, b. 20 November 1890, d. 7 July 1973

Ella Lucy Mulcahey

F, b. circa 1900

Winifred Ellen Mulcahey

F, b. circa 1890

Alice Adleine Monica Mulgrew

F, b. 7 February 1914, d. 13 January 1987
  • Alice Adleine Monica Mulgrew was born on 7 February 1914 in Pennsylvania.
  • She was the daughter of John James Mulgrew and Caroline Helena Maud Moore.
  • Alice Adleine Monica Mulgrew died on 13 January 1987 in Pennsylvania at age 72.

Daniel Anthony Mulgrew

M, b. 17 October 1926, d. 16 July 1987

John Mulgrew

M, b. 16 July 1916, d. 16 January 1982

John James Mulgrew

M, b. 14 July 1883, d. 29 April 1971
  • John James Mulgrew was born on 14 July 1883 in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland.
  • At the age of 27 years, 3 months and 24 days, John James Mulgrew married Caroline Helena Maud Moore, daughter of William Moore and Catherine Jean Moore, on 7 November 1910 in Pennsylvania. They had twelve children.
  • On 16 April 1968,his wife, Caroline Helena Maud Moore died in Pensylvania, USA, at age 76.
  • John James Mulgrew died on 29 April 1971 in Pensylvania, USA, at age 87.

Children of John James Mulgrew and Caroline Helena Maud Moore

Katherine Mulgrew

F, b. 9 August 1911, d. 5 August 1993

Sarah Ann Mulgrew

F, b. 16 July 1917, d. 16 January 1982

Timothy James Mulhall

M, b. 12 December 1933, d. 8 December 1961
  • Timothy James Mulhall was born on 12 December 1933 in Tennant Creek, Northern Territory. He was the son of Lenore Gibson and James Mulhall.
  • Timothy James Mulhall died on 8 December 1961 in Queensland at age 27.

Winifred Mulhern

F, b. 1857
  • Winifred Mulhern was born in 1857.
  • Winifred Mulhern married Felix Lillon circa 1878 in Storey.
  • Winifred Mulhern and Felix Lillon appeared on the census of 1880 in Virginia, Story, California. Felix is shown as a 30 year old miner, born Canada with French parents. He is living with his wife Minnie aged 23, born New York of Irish parents and their son Edward aged 1born Nevada.
  • Winifred Mulhern and Albert William Lillon appeared on the census of 1910 in San Francisco. Albert W Lillon, aged 22 was living in the household of Joseph Welch 35 and his wife Winnifred 29 and their son Joseph O aged 8 months. Living with them was his mother Winifred Lillon aged 50.

Child of Winifred Mulhern and Felix Lillon

Child of Winifred Mulhern

Ann Mulholland

F, b. circa 1839, d. 1924
  • Ann Mulholland was born circa 1839. She was the daughter of Daniel Mulholland and Ann Malone.
  • Ann Mulholland married Patrick McCaul, son of Thomas McCaul and Mary Mullin, in 1868 in Queensland.
  • Ann Mulholland and Patrick McCaul appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Cabarlah. Patrick was a labourer and Ann carried out home duties. Their son Patrick was also a labourer.
  • Ann Mulholland died in 1924 in Queensland.

Children of Ann Mulholland and Patrick McCaul

Annie Irene Mullaly

F, b. 30 June 1914, d. 11 November 1994
  • Annie Irene Mullaly was born on 30 June 1914 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of John Mullaly and Annie Owens.
  • Annie Irene Mullaly was also known as Irene.
  • At the age of 26 years, Annie Irene Mullaly married Herbert Joseph Barnes, son of Walter Leslie Barnes and Emma Smallbone, in 1941 in Gympie. They lived on Joe’s farm called “Fairleigh” for the next 36 years. During this time five children were born.
    Joe and Irene retired to Buderim in 1977.
  • On 9 August 1992,her husband, Herbert Joseph Barnes died in Buderim, Queensland, at age 79.
  • Annie Irene Mullaly died on 11 November 1994 in Buderim, Queensland, at age 80.
  • Annie was buried in Yarraman Cemetery.

Child of Annie Irene Mullaly and Herbert Joseph Barnes

Cyril John Mullaly

M, b. 23 June 1919, d. 31 July 2004
  • Cyril John Mullaly was born on 23 June 1919.
  • He was the son of John Mullaly and Annie Owens.
  • At the age of 24 years and 9 months, Cyril John Mullaly married Amy Louisa Barnes, daughter of Walter Leslie Barnes and Emma Smallbone, in April 1944. They worked a farm at Kybong on the Mary River near Gympie. Lin and Cyril had a family of eight children. Lin and Cyril retired to Gympie.

  • On 24 October 1979,his wife, Amy Louisa Barnes died in Gympie, Queensland, at age 62.
  • Cyril John Mullaly died on 31 July 2004 at age 85.

Isabel May Mullaly

F, b. 18 May 1913, d. 17 May 2001

John Mullaly

M, b. 2 November 1880, d. 19 May 1971
  • John Mullaly was born on 2 November 1880.
  • At the age of 31 years, 9 months and 2 days, John Mullaly married Annie Owens on 4 August 1912 in Queensland.
  • John Mullaly died on 19 May 1971 at age 90.

Children of John Mullaly and Annie Owens

Vera Maud Mullaly

F, b. 13 March 1922, d. 26 May 1966
  • Vera Maud Mullaly was born on 13 March 1922.
  • She was the daughter of John Mullaly and Annie Owens.
  • Vera Maud Mullaly died on 26 May 1966 at age 44.

Mabel Christina Mullaney

F, b. 5 November 1893, d. 2 July 1985
  • Mabel Christina Mullaney was born on 5 November 1893.
  • At the age of 20 years, Mabel Christina Mullaney married William Charles Trapp in 1914 in Queensland.
  • Mabel Christina Mullaney and William Charles Trapp appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1943 living at Coalbank. William was a farmer. Their son Edward was a labourer and most likely lived with them.
  • On 12 July 1965,her husband, William Charles Trapp died in Queensland at age 72.
  • Mabel Christina Mullaney died on 2 July 1985 at age 91.
  • Mabel was buried in Nambour Cemetery.

Children of Mabel Christina Mullaney and William Charles Trapp

Albert Frederick Wilhelm Muller

M, b. 19 February 1878, d. 3 January 1901

Amelie Muller

F, b. 21 November 1864, d. 7 December 1864

Anna (Elizabeth) Muller

F, b. 26 June 1886, d. 1978

Children of Anna (Elizabeth) Muller and Albert Humberdross

Anna Emilia Muller

F, b. 1891, d. 1977

Annie Maria Ottilie Muller

F, b. 1897, d. 20 May 1989
  • Annie Maria Ottilie Muller was born in 1897.
  • She was the daughter of Wlhelm August Muller and Emily Marie Rosalie Raeck.
  • At the age of 18 years, Annie Maria Ottilie Muller married Sydney Augustus Rudophus Shum, son of Herbert Augustus Thomas Shum and Margarethe Mengel, in November 1915 in Queensland. The Queensland Times reported on the wedding:- "ORANGE BLOSSOMS. SHUM--MULLER. A very pretty wedding (writes our Engelbourg correspondent) was celebrated at the residence of Mr. W. Muller, of Fraser View, the contracting parties being Miss Annie Muller, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Muller, and Mr. Sydney Shum fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Shum. The Rev. C. Hof, pastor of the Evangelist Lutheran Church, officiated. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming in a dress of ivory silk, with overdress of net lace; tunic skirt, blouse of cross-over effect. lovely white ribbon belt, streamers V-shape over left hip, caught at the knee with horseshoe, and orange blossoms, V-shaped yoke of silk embossed lace finished with pearls, and a wreath of orange blossoms completed the handsome costume. The bride, who carried a bouquet of white flowers, with asparagus ferns, was attended by her cousin, Miss Sophie Richter, who looked charming in a silk voile dress, overdress of net lace, tunic skirt, blouse of cross-over, effect, white mauve ribbon belt, streamers in V-shape over left hip caught at the knee with horse shoe and pale pink roses, finished with pearls and orange blossoms. She wore a white hat with pink roses to harmonise. The bridesmaid also carried a bouquet of white flowers and asparagus ferns, the gift of the bride. Mr. Charles Shum, brother of the bride groom, acted as best man. The bridegroom's gift to the bride was a gold photo pendant and chain; to thee bridesmaid a handsome gold brooch, and to the best man a gold watch and chain pendant. The marriage ceremony took place in the drawing-room, which was prettily decorated for the occasion by the lady friends of the bride. An arch was arranged, bearing the motto "God Bless the Union" with a white wedding bell in the centre, under which the happy couple were rested. After the ceremony the wedding party adjourned for the wedding breakfast. On the centre of the table was a three-tier wedding cake. The usual toasts were honoured, and responded to. Speeches were made by the Rev. gentleman, Cr. Lotz, Mr. F. Richter, Mr. W. Muller, and others. The bride's travelling dress was of a navy blue poplin, coat and skirt. The happy couple will spend the honey moon at Southport and in New South Wales. On their return they will take up their residence at Perseverance, where the bridegroom is engaged at a sawmill."
  • Annie Maria Ottilie Muller and Sydney Augustus Rudophus Shum appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1921 and 1930 living at Perseverance. Syd was a labourer.
  • On 13 June 1944,her husband, Sydney Augustus Rudophus Shum died in Queensland. He was living at Perseverance until his death.
  • Annie Maria Ottilie Muller appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1949 living at Perseverance. She carried out home duties.
  • Annie Maria Ottilie Muller died on 20 May 1989.
  • Annie was buried in Cabarlah Cemetery. LUTH1-00J-0023.

Children of Annie Maria Ottilie Muller and Sydney Augustus Rudophus Shum

Antje Beate Muller

F, b. 18 August 1830, d. 23 April 1905
  • Antje Beate Muller was born on 18 August 1830 in Kirchenkreis, Germany. She was the daughter of Claus Muller and Dorothea Margaretha Holm.
  • At the age of 24 years, 6 months and 5 days, Antje Beate Muller married Johann Nicholas Borgert on 23 February 1855 in Holstein, Germany.
  • Antje Beate Muller and Johann Nicholas Borgert immigrated to Mortern Bay on 25 December 1865. Johan 35 and Antje also 35, travelled on the La Rochelle with their children Claus 10, Johann 8, Caecile 7 and Anna 4. Johann was a arbieter(worker). They departed from Burg in Holstein. On arrival in Moreton Bay the ship was held in quarintine because of a number of cases of typhoid and dysentry.
    "Ship La Rochelle, from Hamburg. In quarantine at Dunwich. C. Heussler and Co., agents.
    The ship La Rochelle has been ordered into quarantine. On her arrival at Cape Moreton on the 25th December, she was reported "All well;" but when Dr. Purdie visited the vessel on Thursday afternoon, in the Platypus, he found the immigrants in so delicate a state of health that he was unable to pass them. La Rochelle left Hamburg on the 5th August last, and on the passage to the Cape of Good Hope dysentery appeared, and carried off a number of children and adults. She put into Symons Bay, and remained there in quarantine for 35 days. The number of deaths up to the time of her leaving there was 42. Thence to Moreton Bay eight or nine fatal cases occurred from dysentry, and typhus fever also carried off several. Altogether there were 62 deaths, the last eight being from typhus. When Dr. Purdie visited the ship, there were five cases of typhus fever, but two of the patients have since become convalescent. The ship was in a very clean condition. The dietary scale, as is usual in most German ships coming to Moreton Bay, appeared to have been very low. Subsequently the ship has been towed to Dunwich, the Quarantine Station, and the passengers have been landed there and lodged in the hospitals. The latest reports concerning them are satisfactory as regards their health."

  • In February 1869 Johann was granted conditional approval to select 40 acres of land at Meringandan.
  • On 18 March 1905 The Queenslander newspaper reported:- " FIFTY YEARS OF WEDDED LIFE.
    In the face of all the despairing things said about marriage, and the social problems that gather round it (including George Meredith's proposed marriage on lease), and, in the very teeth of the statement that 80,000 divorces were granted in the United States in the course of a year, it is refreshing to see an old couple who have lived together fifty years, and, using the phraseology of the comic song, these fifty years to them " don't seem a day too long."The couple shown in the photograph (reproduced herewith), Mr. and Mrs. Borgert, reside at Goombungee with their daughter, Mrs. Charles Dorries. They were married in Germany on the 23rd February, fifty years ago. In the same year (1855) they set sail for Queensland In the ship Laurence Schiller, which reached Brisbane the following year. What Brisbane— or, speaking more correctly, the Settlement -- was like then has been often told. By road, in a bullock-dray, creeping along day by day, they reached Toowoomba, and Mr. Bogert has resided on the Darling Downs since. This was the day of the squatter, when all the men moving about the country were either in the employ of, or were seeking employment from, this individual, who, in the heat and burden of those days, was pioneering and preparing the way for a new age. It has become fashionable in certain circles to malign the squatter and regard him as the modern Jacob, who has robbed Esau of his birthright ; whereas his day and generation represent a stage in the evolution of the Australian Commonwealth. Johann Nicolaus Borgert married Miss Outge Boorte Muller at Bolk, Holstein, Pastor Mua celebrating the marriage, in 1855.
    At the home of Mrs. Dorries, Goombungee, in 1905, a few friends and relatives assembled, by invitation, to do honour to the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lau (daughter) were present, also Pastor Guhr and other friends of the Fatherland. There was some singing of the "Watch on the Rhine" and other patriotic sentiments were expressed with equal fervour, all showing that love for one's country dies hard, if it ever dies at all. In fact it seems to fall under the category of hereditary traits that are transmitted in the blood. Sir Walter Scott's "Lay of the Last Minstrel" glorifies this theme, and the following stanza, cited recently by Lord Rosebery as "one of the most eloquent ever written about the Scottish exile" (though referring to another nationality), expresses in fervent language the feeling that burns within the heart of every true patriot:—"From the lone shieling of the misty island Mountains divide us, and the waste ofeeas; 'Yet still the blood is Strong, the heart is Highland, And we in dreams behold the Hebrides" A. P. C.
    A GOLDEN WEDDING.Mr. and Mrs. Johann Borgert, who celebrated at Goombungee recently the fiftieth anniversary of their wedded life.(Photo, by A. P. Corrie.)
  • Antje Beate Muller died on 23 April 1905 in Queensland at age 74. Her death was reported in The Queenslander:- "Mrs. Borgert, the wife of an old identity on the Downs, died at Goombungee, and was buried in the Meringandan Cemetery by the Rev. G. H. Guhr (Lutheran). Only a few weeks ago Mr. and Mrs. Borgert celebrated their golden wedding, an account of which appeared in the "Queenslander." Forty years ago they landed in Queensland, and at once removed to the Darling Downs, where Mr. Borgert was in the employ of Mr. Hatton, butcher, of Toowoomba. Subsequently Mr. Borgert and his wife took up farming."
  • Antje was buried in Meringandan Cemetery.

Children of Antje Beate Muller and Johann Nicholas Borgert