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101 18 kelly St is now No. 24 Michael CONNOR
102 Inquest 3067 Michael CONNOR
103 Peggy Vass was was an Indian born Portugese woman who lived near Bream creek.
brother Thomas b 23/10/42 
Michael Thomas Vass CONNOR
104 ref 00395 Michael Thomas Vass CONNOR
105 Enlisted in NSW Corps 25/11/1800 discharged 24/4/1810. Roger CONNOR
106 ref 17703 Roger CONNOR
107 From shock caused by injuries received from being crushed by the wheel of a motor lorry from which he fell on Main Road Bridgewater. Returning from Brighton Races. Edward Alfred CONTENCIN
108 Convict Friendship/ duke of Wellington.
Escaped to England in 1822.
Transported again to NSW on Grenada 1825. 
109 Never married. Lived with mother at Rodd Point Eadie COWLED
110 CE EE 30 Henry CRADOCK
111 C1 37 1/2 Mary Ann (Annie) CROSBIE
112 See Williams tree. Joseph William DAVIS
113 Living in a brick house on his property at Black Brush in 1843 (Census) William DAVIS
114 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Gregory John DELANEY
115 IB47343 Henrietta ('Ett') DIEFENBACH
116 Arrived on America on 25/7/1855 with wife aged 24 and sister Catherine Keil. Left Daughter Amelia Christina 2 yr 6 mths died on voyage 8 May 1855. Both Lutheran, both could read and write . Came from Nassau. J Ludwig (Louis) DIEFENBACH
117 Death uncertain Mary Anne (Lily) DOOEY (DOVEY)
118 arr Coramandel 18 Jul 1853. Rebecca FORDHAM
119 89 Elizabeth St, Point Piper Benjamin FULLER
120 No children Dorothy Elizabeth GANGEL
121 2 ch Mary and Emma Hanna/Anna Grace GANGEL
122 11 children John GANGEL
123 i child Mary John James Eli GANGEL
124 Sgt in Royal Marines arrived on Calcutta
First marriage in Tasmania 
William GANGEL
125 Children Isabella, Ann, Luke, William, and Petchey William Henry GANGEL
126 arr Coramandel 18 Jul 1853. James GLOVER
127 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Edward Ronald GREENLAND
128 Goests biscuits Ken GUEST
129 aka Mary Farrell
Margaret Hackett alias Mary Farrell, house servant age 21 was married to Aaron Ashwood, coal miner aged
27 (literate) at the Church of St. John, Richmond, on 31/7/1855, under the forms of the Catholic Church.
Registration Number 1173 RGD Number 37
Register RIC#(m) Page 31 Parish register Richmond
The register of the birth of John Ashwood, 9/8/1856 gives the mother's former name as Farrell, all subsequent
births list her name as Hackett or misspellings thereof. There were no Margaret Hacketts transported in the
same period, so she must have used her alias after arrival in Hobart.
????Archival records show that Mary Hackett 253 departed Woolwich on the ship Hector13 June 1835 and arrived in Van Diemen's land 20 October 1835. NP GreenwichArchival record 28987 Tasmania Convict Archives

Mary Hackett married James Simpson in 1841 
Margaret HACKETT
130 CE R 68 Georgiana (Ana) HALL
131 CE J 58 John James HARE
132 5189 HARRISON
133 Birth registered by father on 28 May 1862. HARRISON
134 25 Lochlyn Ave Moonah Tas. Arthur Thomas Howden HARRISON
135 RC S 130 Arthur Thomas Howden HARRISON
136 TX 4230 Private 40 th Battalion 2nd AIF 2/4 Casualty Clearing station,Army Medical Corps.
Enlisted Hobart 13 Jan 1941 discharged 7 May 1946.
Prisoner of war Thailand Burma railway. 
Arthur Thomas Howden HARRISON
137 ashes retained Baden Cameron HARRISON
138 Left an estate of $127,207 to sister Ivy Johnston, nieces Marie Jean Fenton and Shirley Knight and sister-in-law Jean Cook. Baden Cameron HARRISON
139 1271 Catherine 2 HARRISON
140 Baptised St Josephs 16 October by Charles Woods Godparent Mary Ann Jones Known as Kate. Operated antique shops in Liverpool St. Hobart.

late of Hobart in Tasmania Widow
deceased died on the 11th day of Aug
ust 1937 and Jack Patmore of Ho
bart in Tasmania Antique Dealer and
Philip Reginald Seager of the same
place Solicitor have obtained Probate
of the Will with one Codicil thereto

of the said Catherine Patmore deceased
persons having claims on the Estate'
of the said Catherine Patmore deceased
are required to send in to the Regis
trar of the Supreme Court of Tasma
nia the particulars of such claims in
writing on or before the 30th day of
April now next otherwise they will be
excluded from any benefit of the as
sets in the hands of the said Execu
Dated this twenty-flfth day of March
(Signed) P. R. SEAGER. 
Catherine 2 HARRISON
141 CE DD 177 Catherine 2 HARRISON
142 ashes retained Clarence Flurance HARRISON
143 Lived with father in 1934. Clarence Flurance HARRISON
144 12 th Battallion AIF Claude Vernon HARRISON
145 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dennis Richard HARRISON
146 RC NDA 108 Dorothy Lillian HARRISON
147 Enlisted RAN 4 Jun 1934 in Melbourne. Served until 8 Jul 1946. Stoker. last posting HMAS Lonsdale.

Motorist Charged At
In the Glenorchy Police Court yester-
day, before Messrs. D. Ockenden and
3. D. Hickey, Js.P., Sergeant Dermoudy
Douglas James Harrison, 4 Haig Ave.,
Moonah, was fined £2, with 2/6 costs,
and his driver's licence was suspended
for six months, for having driven a
motor-car at Austin's Ferry on Wed-
nesday night while under the influence
of liquor. Defendant pleaded guilty.
Sergeant Dermoudy said that Harri-
son was travelling along the Main Rd.
from Granton towards Hobart. At the
10-Mile Hill he pulled his car aside to
allow another vehicle to pass, and
struck the rear of a motor-lorry parked
at the side of the road. 
Douglas James HARRISON
148 Reg 1968 6401 Douglas James HARRISON
149 Registered by Catherine as Elizabeth Harris on 4 July 1859. Father James, a brewer..b 7 June 1859. 2558/1859 RGD 33
Baptised St Josephs 19 June by Charles Woods Godparents William Seery and Ann Connor 
Elizabeth HARRISON
150 Mercury Ethyl Rubylin May HARRISON

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