Catherine (Kit) O'Connor

F, b. 28 March 1900, d. 14 December 1969
  • Catherine (Kit) O'Connor was born on 28 March 1900 in Mountain Camp, Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of Cornelius O'Connor and Mary Wilson.
  • Kit became a school teacher, but then changed to nursing. She was an army nurse during WWII. She then was Matron of various hospitals the last being Matron of the Old People's home at Rockhampton.
  • Catherine and Bridget was a bridesmaid at the wedding of Mary O'Connor and John (Jack) Loughran, son of John Loughran and Mary McIntyre, on 6 May 1925 in Queensland; Jack was a grazier from Googa Googa.
  • Catherine (Kit) O'Connor enlisted in the Australian Army on 16 September 1941 in Brisbane. She was living at Brisbane at the time she enlisted and gave her next of kin as her brother John. She was discharged on 16 Jan 1945 with the rank of Lieutenant in the Australian Army Nursing Service A M F.
  • She appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1963 living at Eventide Home, Rockhampton. She was the matron.
  • Catherine (Kit) O'Connor died on 14 December 1969 in Queensland at age 69.
  • Catherine was buried in Emu Creek Cemetery.

Cornelius O'Connor

M, b. 1841, d. 5 August 1922

Cornelius O'Connor (1841-1922) & his wife Mary Wilson (1865-1936). Pioneers of the Emu Creek District
  • Cornelius O'Connor was born in 1841 in Meelin, County York, Ireland. He was the son of Timothy O'Connor and Ellen O'Connor.
  • He and Patrick Lenehan, his cousin, immigrated to Queensland in 1864. He would have been 23 years old. Con and Patrick were cousins and travelled on the ship Queen of the South.
    They worked in the Ipswich area until 1875 when Con found work on Emu Creek Station as a stockman and fencer. Patrick remained at Rosewood.
    When work was scarce at Emu Creek Station Con would join the shearing circuit, sometimes walking between properties when the feed was scarce for the horse. On his visits to Jondaryan Homestead Station he would always bring a packet of lollies for little Jimmy Fenton who still remembered this kindness when he was well into his ninties.
  • Cornelius O'Connor selected land on 21 February 1881 in Emu Creek. The land adjoined Emu Creek Station Homestead. He built a slab hut with a dirt floor and shingle roof.
  • At the age of 46 years, Cornelius O'Connor married Mary Wilson on 9 February 1887 in Queensland. They lived in Con's slab hut. Two children, Mary and John, were born at Emu Creek before Con and Mary moved to "Mountain Camp", a property a few miles up Emu Creek. In May 1891, Peter McKilllop, the owner of Emu Creek Station exchanged his block, now known as "Mountain Camp", for the O'Connors block at Emu Creek. A hand written agreement was drawn up by Flower and Hart, solicitors, Brisbane. The document included legal details for the removal of the slab house to "Mountain Camp" in 1892. The land a Emu Creek was eventually settled by Orlando, then Egbert Maddern.
    The O'Connor family lived in a slab barn while their house was being removed and re-erected. Both the house and the barn, built with morticed joints and wooden dowels were still standing in 1991. The shingle roofs had been replaced by corrigated iron.
    "Mountain Camp", home of Cornelius and Mary O'Connor at Emu Creek
  • The family carried out dairying and cheese making. In the middle of the 1890's a travelling dairy came to the district to teach the art of cheese making. Mary attended soon was selling cheese to locals and also sent some to Brisbane. The children often carried a heavy cheeses with them on the walk to Djuan school, about four miles away. Mary was awarded First Prize for the Best Farmers Cheese at the Crow's Nest Show in 1904. The family continued to be competitors and exhibitors at the show for many years.
    Certificate won by the O'Connor family for their cheese making at the Crow's Nest show in 1904
  • Cornelius O'Connor and Mary Wilson had four more children ., Ellen, Cornelius, Bridget and Catherine, all born at "Mountain Camp". The family lived in the slab hut until a home was built in 1907.
  • Cornelius O'Connor and Mary Wilson appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Djuan. Con was a farmer.
  • Cornelius O'Connor died on 5 August 1922 in Queensland.
  • Cornelius was buried on 6 August 1922 in Emu Creek Cemetery.

Children of Cornelius O'Connor and Mary Wilson

Cornelius (Con) O'Connor

M, b. 6 March 1931, d. 14 November 2004
  • Cornelius (Con) O'Connor was born on 6 March 1931 in Toowoomba.
  • He was the son of John Wilson O'Connor and Kathleen Collins.
  • At the age of 25 years, Cornelius (Con) O'Connor married Carmel Mary Donohoe in 1957.
  • Cornelius (Con) O'Connor appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1958 living at Mountain Camp. Con was farmer and most likely lived with their parents John and Kathleen and his brothers Pat and Maurice.
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1963 and 1968 living at Mountain Camp. Con was a farmer and Carmel carried out home duties.
  • Cornelius (Con) O'Connor died on 14 November 2004 in Queensland at age 73.
  • Cornelius was buried on 19 November 2004 in Crow's Nest Cemetery.

Cornelius Patrick O'Connor

M, b. 3 March 1895, d. 8 November 1960

Ellen O'Connor

F, b. 6 December 1892, d. 1978

Florence May O'Connor

F, b. 1907, d. 1 December 1985

John Wilson O'Connor

M, b. 23 September 1889, d. 10 November 1969
  • John Wilson O'Connor was born on 23 September 1889 in Emu Creek, Queensland.
  • He was the son of Cornelius O'Connor and Mary Wilson.
  • Around 1922 John established an Illawarra Milking Shorthorn Stud and dairying was continued on the property until 1974. The family bred and showed their own horses and also showed Hereford cattle when the "Mountain Camp" Poll Hereford Stud was founded in 1951.
  • John Wilson O'Connor gave the bride away at the wedding of Mary O'Connor and John (Jack) Loughran on 6 May 1925 in Queensland; Jack was a grazier from Googa Googa.
  • John Wilson O'Connor appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Mountain Camp. He was a farmer.
  • At the age of 40 years, 7 months and 24 days, John Wilson O'Connor married Kathleen Collins, daughter of Maurice Collins and Johanna Leahy, on 17 May 1930 in Queensland. He and Kathleen lived at "Mountain Camp", taking over his parents property.
  • John Wilson O'Connor was listed as the next of kin of Catherine (Kit) O'Connor when she enlisted in the Australian Army on 16 September 1941 in Brisbane. She was living at Brisbane at the time she enlisted and gave her next of kin as her brother John. She was discharged on 16 Jan 1945 with the rank of Lieutenant in the Australian Army Nursing Service A M F.
  • John Wilson O'Connor appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1943 and 1968 living at Mountain Camp. John was a farmer and Kathleen carried out home duties. Their three sons also farmed in the area or on the same property.
  • John Wilson O'Connor died on 10 November 1969 in Queensland at age 80.
  • John was buried in Emu Creek Cemetery.

Children of John Wilson O'Connor and Kathleen Collins

Margaret Ann O'Connor

F, b. circa 1890

Child of Margaret Ann O'Connor and Thomas Patrick McQuillan

Mary O'Connor

F, b. 20 November 1887, d. 7 February 1971
  • Mary O'Connor was born on 20 November 1887 in Emu Creek, Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of Cornelius O'Connor and Mary Wilson.
  • At the age of 37 years, 5 months and 16 days, Mary O'Connor married John (Jack) Loughran, son of John Loughran and Mary McIntyre, on 6 May 1925 in Queensland. Jack was a grazier from Googa Googa.
  • Mary O'Connor and John (Jack) Loughran appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1930 and 1937 living at Googa Googa. Jack was a grazier.
  • On 3 November 1940,her husband, John (Jack) Loughran died in Queensland.
  • Mary O'Connor appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1943 and 1949 living at Googa Googa. She carried out home duties.
  • She appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1958 and 1968 living at Ashgrove.
  • Mary O'Connor died on 7 February 1971 in Queensland at age 83.
  • Mary was buried in Bryden (Deep Creek) Cemetery.
    Grave of Mary Loughlan (nee O'Connor) - Bryden Cemetery. Photo- Copyright 2006. http://chapelhill.homeip.net

Maurice John O'Connor

M, b. 18 July 1934, d. 26 March 2009
  • Maurice John O'Connor was born on 18 July 1934.
  • He was the son of John Wilson O'Connor and Kathleen Collins.
  • Maurice John O'Connor and Patrick David O'Connor appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1958 and 1972 living at Mountain Camp. Maurice and Pat were a farmers, most likely living with his parents John and Kathleen and their brother Con.
  • Maurice John O'Connor died on 26 March 2009 in Crow's Nest at age 74.
  • Maurice was buried in Emu Creek Cemetery.

Patrick David O'Connor

M, b. 26 October 1932, d. 9 October 2015
  • Patrick David O'Connor was born on 26 October 1932.
  • He was the son of John Wilson O'Connor and Kathleen Collins.
  • Patrick David O'Connor and Maurice John O'Connor appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1958 and 1972 living at Mountain Camp. Maurice and Pat were a farmers, most likely living with his parents John and Kathleen and their brother Con.
  • Patrick David O'Connor died on 9 October 2015 at age 82.
  • He was buried on 15 October 2015 in Emu Creek Cemetery following a service at St Matthew's Catholic Church, Crow's Nest.

Rose Anne O'Connor

F, b. 1859, d. 21 April 1941
  • Rose Anne O'Connor was born in 1859. She was the daughter of Joseph O'Connor and Roseann Carlton.
  • Rose Anne O'Connor married Michael Joseph Bradshaw circa 1880.
  • Rose Anne O'Connor and Michael Joseph Bradshaw appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1925 living at Gomoran. Michael was a farmer. They lived at Cooby Creek. Their daughters Mary Agnes and Magdalene lived at Muniganeen.
  • On 22 February 1930,her husband, Michael Joseph Bradshaw died in Queensland.
  • Rose Anne O'Connor died on 21 April 1941 in Queensland.
  • Rose was buried on 23 April 1941 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery. RC2-009-0027.

Children of Rose Anne O'Connor and Michael Joseph Bradshaw

Thelma O'Connor

F, b. 1906

Catherine Josephine O'Donnell

F, b. 1885, d. 19 February 1969
  • Catherine Josephine O'Donnell was born in 1885 in Queensland. She was the daughter of George O'Donnell and Margaret Kearney.
  • At the age of 30 years, Catherine Josephine O'Donnell married Patrick Louis Mann in 1915 in Queensland. They appear to have lived somewhere in the Charleville district before coming to the Crow's Nest area.
  • On 3 November 1936,her husband, Patrick Louis Mann died in Queensland.
  • Catherine Josephine O'Donnell and Edward Fitzgerald Mann appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1943 living at Crow's Nest. Catherine was a dairy farmer and Edward a farm labourer. Margaret Eileen carried out home duties.
  • Catherine Josephine O'Donnell died on 19 February 1969 in Queensland.
  • Catherine was buried on 20 February 1969 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery. RC9-003-0042 - She is buried with her daughter Margaret Eileen.

Children of Catherine Josephine O'Donnell and Patrick Louis Mann

Catherine O'Donohue

F, b. circa 1860, d. 1955
  • Catherine O'Donohue was born circa 1860. She was the daughter of Thomas O'Dohonue and Ann Fitzpatrick.
  • Catherine O'Donohue married Thomas Keating, son of Michael Keating and Bridget Keating, in 1883 in Queensland.
  • Catherine O'Donohue and Thomas Keating appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1925 living at Cabarlah. Thomas was a ganger. Their daughter Bridget carried out home duties.
  • Catherine O'Donohue died in 1955 in Queensland.

Children of Catherine O'Donohue and Thomas Keating

Annie O'Grady

F, b. circa 1888, d. 11 July 1958
  • Annie O'Grady was born circa 1888 in New South Wales. She married Hadji ATTA.
  • She was the daughter of James O'Grady and Elizabeth Cotington.
  • Annie O'Grady died on 11 July 1958 in Broken Hill.

Catherine O'Grady

F, b. circa 1875, d. 19 March 1967
  • Catherine O'Grady also went by the name of Kate.
  • She was born circa 1875. She married Martin J Gleeson 1893(Wilcannia District - most likely Warra Murtie). She married Albert J Date in 1920 in Bourke.
  • She was the daughter of James O'Grady and Elizabeth Cotington.
  • Catherine O'Grady died on 19 March 1967 in New South Wales.

Cornelius O'Grady

M, b. 22 December 1872
  • Cornelius O'Grady was born on 22 December 1872 in New South Wales.
  • He was the son of James O'Grady and Elizabeth Cotington.
  • At the age of 20 years, 6 months and 5 days, Cornelius O'Grady married Rebecca Bulman on 27 June 1893 in New South Wales. They had 6 sons between 1895 and 1907 in the Wilcannia District.

Ellen O'Grady

F, b. circa 1885, d. 11 August 1946
  • Ellen O'Grady was born circa 1885 in Innes Owen, New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of James O'Grady and Elizabeth Cotington.
  • Ellen O'Grady married John Wyse on 15 November 1905 in New South Wales.
  • In 1929,her husband, John Wyse died in Queensland.
  • Ellen O'Grady died on 11 August 1946 in Queensland.

Children of Ellen O'Grady and John Wyse

Eugene Jeremiah O'Grady

M, b. 1909, d. 1963

Hanorah O'Grady

F, b. circa 1883, d. 22 June 1962
  • Hanorah O'Grady was born circa 1883 in Gidgulalambone, New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of James O'Grady and Elizabeth Cotington.
  • Hanorah O'Grady married John Manson on 27 July 1903 in New South Wales.
  • Hanorah O'Grady died on 22 June 1962 in New South Wales.

James O'Grady

M, b. 27 February 1845, d. 19 September 1902
  • James O'Grady was also known as James Grady.
  • He was born on 27 February 1845 in New South Wales. He was the son of James & Hanorah.
  • At the age of 24 years, 8 months and 15 days, James O'Grady married Elizabeth Cotington on 11 November 1869 in Lambing Flat, New South Wales. James' surname was spelt Grady.
  • Between 1893 and 1895 James O'Grady was the licencee of the Warra Murtie Hotel. A John Ryan held the licence in 1898 (was this the same John Ryan who married Rose O'Grady ?), Henry McDonald in 1899 and then James O'Grady again in 1900.
  • James O'Grady died on 19 September 1902 in Warra Murtie, New South Wales, at age 57.
  • James was buried in Warra Murtie Cemetery.

Children of James O'Grady and Elizabeth Cotington

Mary O'Grady

F, b. 15 February 1871, d. 14 August 1966

Mary KELLY nee O'GRADY - 1871-1966. Photo thanks to Mary B
  • Mary O'Grady was born on 15 February 1871 in Morgangarrel, New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of James O'Grady and Elizabeth Cotington.
  • At the age of 19 years and 12 days, Mary O'Grady married William Peter Kelly on 27 February 1890 in New South Wales. Four children were born to them by 1896 - Mary at Goorimpa Station, Katherine at Kallara Station, Elizabeth and Rose Ann at Gooringa Station. Sometime after 1897, the family moved to Tiboola Station at Eulo in Queensland where Hilda was born. Their brother-in-law James Ryan and Mary's sister Rose Ann also lived on Tiboola Station.
  • In 1902 the Kelly family were living in Thallon Street Crow's Nest. In July 1903 the family moved from Crow's Nest to Walter Benton's selection at Pinelands. William rebted the farm from Walter Benton, cancelling the arrangement in July 1904. In April 1904 the house burned down and a collection to help the family was started amongst the teamsters and farmers of the area.
    While the family was waiting for a new house to be built they lived with Mary's sister Rose Ann and her husband James Ryan, and family in Benton's barn. The Ryan family had come to the area shortly before from western Queensland, possibly from Tibooburra Station.
  • Mary O'Grady witnessed the burial of Katherine Kelly on 18 April 1903 in Crow's Nest Cemetery; Alfred and James King witnessed her burial.
  • On 17 October 1904 William and Mary enrolled their children, Mary, May, Rose and Hilda in the Pinelands State school. The girls left the school in Sep 1906. The family moved to Cooyar where they had purchased a block of land.
  • On 1 November 1920,her husband, William Peter Kelly died in Queensland. He had been working his bullock team the afternoon before when his whip became tangled in a wheel and he was run over by the wagon injuring his foot and the lower part of his body. He taken to Toowoomba by ambulance but died in hospital. After William's death Mary ran a boarding house and small shop at 3 McDowall St, Cooyar until she sold her home to her son in law Ernest Hurley. She continued to live with her immediate family of married daughters until her death.
  • Mary O'Grady appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1949 living at Upper Cooyar. She carried out home duties.
  • Mary O'Grady died on 14 August 1966 in Queensland at age 95.
  • Mary was buried on 15 August 1966 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery.
    Grave of William Peter and Mary (nee O'GRADY) KELLY, Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery. Photo thanks to Mary B.

Children of Mary O'Grady and William Peter Kelly

Rose Ann O'Grady

F, b. 1877
  • Rose Ann O'Grady was born in 1877 in Bygolonce (Station?), South Australia.
  • She was the daughter of James O'Grady and Elizabeth Cotington.
  • At the age of 20 years, Rose Ann O'Grady married John (James) Ryan on 19 October 1897 in Warra Murtie Station, New South Wales. Rose Ann was a 20 year old spinster, daughter of James O'Grady, a carrier and Eliza Cotington. Rose Ann, aged 20 was born in South Australia and was living with her parents.
    John was a 33 year old bachelor, born Forbes and a general workman. He was the son of Michael Ryan, a farmer and Bridget O'Connor. Witness to the marriage were Robert Watt and Nora O'Grady [Warra Murtie is on the Wilcannia-Wanarring Road, 60 Km north east of White Cliffs]. Rose's sister Mary was married to William Kelly, a friend of James Ryan.
  • In 1902 Rose Ann and John (James) moved from Tibooburra, NSW to the Crow's Nest area where James went to work for Francis Campbell at Beaconsfield. At the time William and Mary Kelly's house burnt down on Walter Benton's selection at Pinelands James and Rose Ann were living in the barn on the property. William and Mary Kelly lived in the house on the same selection having a lease agreement with the with Walter Benton.
    After William and Mary's house burnt down a collection for them was started amongst the teamsters and selectors. Meantime William and Mary lived with the Ryan family in the barn until a new house could be built.
  • Rose Ann O'Grady and John (James) Ryan appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1905 living at Pinelands. John (shown on the roll as James) was a farmer.
  • On 20 February 1905 JAMES RYAN CHARGED WITH MURDER.
    POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS. A REMAND FOR EIGHT DAYS.
    BRISBANE, Saturday.
    Feeling at Crow's Nest reached its height yesterday morning when James Ryan was arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the murder of Walter Benton at Pinelands. Ten days elapsed between the disappearance of Benton and the first report that he was missing. Benton was a settler for many years in this district. He was of small stature. Ryan, with his wife and four children, arrived in the district a couple of years ago from Tibooburra, in the Wilcannia district, with other western man.
    Mrs Asbury, a widowed sister of Benton, lived with the family at Bald Hills, near the scene of the alleged crime. Her eldest son went on Sunday and asked Ryan if he had seen his uncle. Ryan said, "No," and also said he was anxious to know himself, as he had purchased a farm. The boy again questioned Ryan on Monday, and rreceiving a negative reply reported tho matter to the police.
    Inquiry showed that Benton left Nelson' s house, Crow's Nest, where he had bean residing, on tho evening of February 4. He was going to Ryan's, and said he would not be long. He was then wearing dungaree trousers and Blucher boots, and was on horseback. Ryan admitted being in Benton's company on the night in question when he purchased the selection. One hundred and twenty-five notes were paid to Benton, but Ryan says he never saw deceased afterwards. Next day he found the horse in his paddock, the saddle being against a tree. Tho police found a new four furrow plough at this spot. Ryan used the horse and saddle for some days.
    Detective Henderson, Constable Kingford, and a tracker arrived by Monday night's train. Sub-lnspector Malone, Detective Newman, Sergeant Poultey, and two trackers on Tuesday morning, riding from Murphy's Greek, Police from outside stations and Sub-Inspector Geraghty arrived on Tuesday night. On Wednesday attention was concentrated at the selection. A police camp was formed there. At 2.30 in the afternoon Geraghty and, tracker found the remains of a fierce fire in tho scrub on a selection in view of the house, and near a big fallen box tree, which was very dry. Timber had been conveyed to the spot, and piled over the fork of the tree and the large limbs. The ashes had been carefully swept and carried away. Forty yards distant the remains of'anothor fire were found, and nearly in a gully where a little work had been done in making a dam. The remains of several other fires were close by. Tho police collected the ashes and kept a pole. The remains were sent to Brisbane for analysis. Trousers' buttons and brass eyelcts from boots wore found amongst the ashes. Ryan moved about all Wednesday and Thursday, and offered no assistance, Yesterday morning the police considered them selvcs warranted in effecting his arrest with out waiting for the result of the analysis. Accused was lodged in Crow's Nest watch house. Ryan is of the bush type, of stalwart build, and fair complexion. His wife is also a typical western woman.
    Sunday.
    James Ryan appeared at the Crow's Nest Police court yesterday morning, charged with the wilful murder of Walter George Benton, when charged the accused did not make any reply.
    Acting Sergeant Henderson gave evidence at the arrest of the accused on a charge of suspected murder of Benton. When arrested the accused said: "I knew you would have to do this; I expected it. The case is very black against me." Witness said to accused: "The grounds I have for your arrest are that there have been several articles found ¡n the life down the gully." Witness added.
    The police found tho heel of a boot, riveted button, similar to buttons on the trousers worn by Benton on the 4th, and a piece of dungaree, the same material as the trousers Benton wore on the 4th; also boot strings, a pair of tweezers, apparently a knife, and a burnt collar stud." Accused said: "Can I ask you a Question?" Witness replied "Yes." Accused said: "Can you tell me if they found an arm. or a foot, or any part of Benton?" witness replied: "They found no arm or foot, but found a human bone or bones." About 9 O'clock on Saturday morning witness saw the defendant at the watch house, and said:
    Ryan from information received since I charged you on suspicion of murder, I now charge you with the wilful murder of Walter Benton at Pinelands on the 4th February." The accused made no reply.
    Accused was asked If he had any questions to ask and he said "Yes." Addressing witness he said: "What l said t0 you was 'What is it they have found?' "
    Witness: ' Yes you said that , and followed up by asking if an arm or foot had been found.''
    Accused: " I asked you first what they found, and you answered "The answer is not in evidence"
    Witness said that no time had elapsed between asking of the two questions, which were as in his evidence. On the application of the police, the accused was remanded for eight days.
  • Ryan's case was heard at the police court in Toowoomba where he was found guilty of the murder of Walter Benton by the jury "with a recommendation to mercy on account of no one seeing the murder done" and sentenced to be hanged by the neck. However Ryan's solicitor contended that as the body had not been found there was reason to believe there was only circumstantial evidence as to Benton's death. The Full Court upheld the original ruling stating there was enough evidence to convict Ryan. An appeal to the Supreme Court failed. James Ryan's death sentence was later commuted to penal servitude for life.
  • James Ryan was initially incarserated and sent to St Helena island which closed in the 1930's. His place of death is not known. What become of Rose Ann and the children is not known. She removed the children from Pinelands school mid 1905.

Children of Rose Ann O'Grady and John (James) Ryan

Winnifred O'Grady

F, b. circa 1880, d. 16 September 1963
  • Winnifred O'Grady was born circa 1880 in Booroondarra Downs, New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of James O'Grady and Elizabeth Cotington.
  • Winnifred O'Grady married Henry McDonald on 16 May 1899 in New South Wales.
  • Winnifred O'Grady died on 16 September 1963 in Parramatta, New South Wales.

Eliza J O'Hara

F, b. circa 1880

Child of Eliza J O'Hara and Reginald J Randall

Annie Margaret Kathleen O'Leary

F, b. 30 December 1912, d. 10 June 1987
  • Annie Margaret Kathleen O'Leary was born on 30 December 1912 in Kynuna.
  • At the age of 19 years, Annie Margaret Kathleen O'Leary married George Vaschina, son of Johann Vaschina and Martha Wilhelmine Tegge, in 1932 in Queensland.
  • Annie Margaret Kathleen O'Leary died on 10 June 1987 in Nambour at age 74.

Audley Cornelius O'Leary

M, b. 13 November 1909, d. 1978
  • Audley Cornelius O'Leary was born on 13 November 1909 in New South Wales, Australia.
  • He was the son of Timothy Vincent O'Leary and May French.
  • At the age of 30 years, Audley Cornelius O'Leary married Edith Mona Hayes, daughter of Michael Hayes and Edith C Jamison, in 1940 in Parramatta, New South Wales.
  • Audley Cornelius O'Leary enlisted in the Military between 1940 and 1942 in Sydney. His service number was 14188 and he listed his next of kin as Edith O'Leary. He gave his place of birth as Tenterfield and date of birth as 13 November 1909.
  • In 1970,his wife, Edith Mona Hayes died in Sutherland, New South Wales.
  • Audley Cornelius O'Leary died in 1978 in New South Wales.

Daniel O'Leary

M, b. circa 1860
  • Daniel O'Leary was born circa 1860.
  • Daniel O'Leary married Rebecca Boston in 1884 in New South Wales.

Child of Daniel O'Leary and Rebecca Boston

John D(aniel) O'Leary

M, b. 1914, d. 1930
  • John D(aniel) O'Leary was born in 1914 in New South Wales, Australia.
  • He was the son of Timothy Vincent O'Leary and May French.
  • John D(aniel) O'Leary died in 1930 in Newtown, New South Wales.