|| Linked to
||Convict transported on Johannes Sarkies. Arrived 4nov1849.|
time on Norfolk Island and Port Arthur.
||LINNELL.-Funeral of the late Mr. Wil-|
liam LInnell will move from the resi-
dence of his daughter (Mrs. A. Garth),
27 Wellington Street, North Hobart, on
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Saturday Afternoon (This Day) at 2.30,
arriving at Cornelian Bay Cemetery at
merc 3 dec 1938
MR. WILLIAM LINNELL
Association With Early
West Coast Days
Mr. William Llnnell. who was asso-
ciated with pioneering days on the
West Coast of Tasmania, died In
Hobart yesterday at the age of 88
years. Mr. Llnnell was boin In the
Huon district, and went lo the West
Coast as a young man. He was employ-
ed as a cartage cohtfaotor between
Strahan and Queen's Ci-oEttlng, and
supplied tender-logs and sleepers
which were' used In the construction
of the Mt. Lyell raliway. Mr. Llnnell
also supplied timber used at the Smel-
ters at Queenstown.
Mr. Llnnell later carried out cartage
contracts between Queenstown and
Uormanstoii. and supplied the Mt.
Lyell Co. with timber Tor sheathing,
lie provided pack-horsu.«« ~ for pros-
pectors engaged In Wefrt Coast fiuldi-,
and draught hoi ses wlilch were used In
the survey for the proposed railway to
the West Coast.
I At .the lime of the big Ure al Pen-
ghana Mr. Lin hell utilised two teams
of horace to cart bedding and cloth-
ing over a burning corduroy road to
a sandy patch known as the t"uut,e
Neck. One of the horses had to bu
desiroved when It had Its hooves burnt.
Mr. Llnnell louves four sons, Messrs.
William Llnnell (Derwent Park). .1.
Llnnell (Launceston), J. Llnnell
(Hobart), H. Llnnell (Hobart), and a
daughter, who reside.«« In North Hobart.
The funpral will arr
|William Henry LINNELL
||Witnesses Robert Watson and Eliz Files ||Elizabeth LUCAS
||Arrived from NI on City of Edinburgh 2 oct 1808 with brothers Nathaniel, Richard, John.|
Thomas became a licensee of the “City of London Arms” Hotel in Campbell Street, Hobart in October 1823 and lived there
until his death in 1846. He also had land on the corner of Collins and Campbell St. Hobart, a grant of land at Kingsborough
and 200 acres at Pittwater. He also owned land at Ross, and it was reported that his whaling interests had earned him £9,000
[Family file:Tasmanian Archives]. He was also a shipbuilder and in 1840 when his new vessel was completed, he was unable
to buy an anchor for it. He applied to the Governor but was told that there were none to spare [CS05/233/5925].
||Arrived Sydney on Scarborough (First Fleet) arrived Hobart 1808 on City of Edinburgh.Pioneer settler of Kingston.|
Age at death said to be 56.
aka Thomas Silas Lucas
Also said to be born 24 feb 1759 in British Lying in Hospital Holborn London.
||Sentenced to be transported to Gibraltar for 10 years. ||William MACDONALD
||1 child Christine Anne b 9/8/1954 ||Michael Joseph MALCOM
||Eldest daughter of Patrick Manion of Hobart ||Bridget MANION
Sgt 14th Reg.
Arrived New Zealand 1859
Arrived from NZ 7/4/1868
_Mr. Patrick Manion died suddenly at Now Norfolk
on 12th July last. Ho enlisted in the
49th Regiment in Ireland, serving in
¡China for two years. Thon joined the
2nd-14th Regiment, and, with thom,
proceeded toi tho New Zealand war, for
which he obtained a medal ; afterwards
he embarked with his regiment for Ho-
bart, and at the time of the departure
I of the last of the troops from TasmaniA
I obtained bis discharge, after serving for
over 21 years. He also received four
I badges for good conduct ; was for many
I years messenger at the Royal Society's
i Museum, and at the Government Print
I ing Office. At the latter place he mot
' with an accident, by falling down a lift,
I' and then he was appointed to an easier
situation on the Tasmanian Government
Railways/ at tho Rocks] New Norfolk ;
subsequently ho was removed to the
West Coast, but, owing to ill-health, re-
signed. Firially; he took up his abode
at New Norfolk, where he suddenly ex-
pired. ? He was* well respected and
||Died of stroke. Dr Giblin. ||Eliza MASON
||Marriage to JW in Manse of Rev John Wilkes Simmons Congregational Church. ||Eliza MASON
||Daughter Mrs R Collidge ||Isabella Ann MATCHES
||Residence North Hobart ||Hilda May MATHEWS
||B14033 ||Alma May MATTHEWS
||B5551 ||Julia Ellen MAXFIELD
||RC B 49. ||Catherine McCARTHY
||Inquest 8493 SC/195/62 AOT ||Florence (aka Thomas) McCARTHY
||Transported for stealing a sheep. Arrived Tas 26 Feb 1849 per Hydrabad(2). Ticket of Leave 29 Nov 1849. Free 14 Mar 1855.|
Pioneer index says died at Deloraine 7/8/1859
|Florence (aka Thomas) McCARTHY
||witness Patrick & Mary Ann Connelly ||Hannah (Anna) McCARTHY
||witness Catherine Fitzpatrick ||Mary McCARTHY
||witness Owen Moriaty Julia McCarthy ||Owen (Eugene) McCARTHY
||cremation ||John Edward McCULLUM
||death uncertain ||John Edward McCULLUM
||see Williams story. ||Grace MEFFIN
||At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Derek Henry Breckman MEIER
||Buried with mother-in-law ||Brian Leonard MOLLOY
||C1 38 2/2 ||Brian Leonard MOLLOY
||Transported on Marquis of Wellington/Kangaroo arr Hobart Dec 1816.|
Conicted of a misdemeanour in 1823 and sent to Maquarie Harbour for 3 years. There he became chief constable.
||See Williams tree ||Susannah MORTIMER
||Death recorded as Mortishaw ||Richard (Dickey) MOTTASHAD
||1841 Census for Selby Rg 1281 folio 29 Paradise Square.|
Sarah Harrison 40, Thomas Harrison 15, gardener
Mary Harrison 15
Harriot Harrison 13
Robert Harrison 8
Sarah Harrison 4
1851 Census Sarah H widow 52 yrs Charwoman
dau Sarah 14 servant
||C1 37 1/2 ||Catherine Rebecca (Kitty) MUNNINGS
||Killed in a colliery accident in Sydney ||Charles Albert MUNNINGS
||Typhoid fever ||James MUNNINGS
||Never married ||Nat Samuel James MUNNINGS
||6 children in Oatlands ||Samuel William MUNNINGS
||Nine children born between 1876 and 1892. Two boys and 7 girls.|
Born George Manning 1848 Hobart. Father died? and adopted the name Munnings. Not the son of Nathaniel Munnings
|George Robert MUNNINGS (MANNING)
||Transported on the Midlothian. Arrived 24 feb 1853.|
Mother Mary ‘transported 7 years since”
Sister Margaret brother hugh “in Glasgow”.
Housemaid. On the town 3years.
||RC N 82 ||Coral Mary NEWMAN
||Died of avute TB ||Douglas O'NEIL
||Spinster’s child ||Douglas O'NEIL
||Died of convulsions ||George O'NEIL
||CE DD 18 ||Phyllis Jean O'NEIL
||Lived in Spring St South Yarra or Parahan ||Arthur Trevor O'NEILL
||Wall M 1 51 ||George William Bevis O'NEILL
|John O'NEILL, II
||John also referred to as Arthur.|
Two convicts of this name arrived at the right time.
One on John Barry in 11 aug 1834 transported for life and got TofL 20/5/1845, the other on the Blenhim that arrived July 1837. He was transported for 7 years for theft. A former soldier in the 4th regiment.
However both were said to have come from Glasgow. No Ages given.
A man of the same name was the overseer of the Treadmill at the Hobart gaol in 1852.
|John O'NEILL, I
||Public Grave ||John O'NEILL, I
||CE DD 17 ||John Henry (Jack) O'NEILL
||CE AR 321 ||Leslie Thomas O'NEILL