Ballycapple, County Tipperary to Ottawa, Canada and Australia
October 6, 2004:
I found your site; I have been very busy with business for the past couple of
years and have not had much time for family history but television to-night
was particularly boring and as I have a new laptop I was giving it a run.
Attached is my Hawley file and it leads you back to the townland in Tipperary
from which the Hawleys came; enjoy it.
The reason I was able to pinpoint the townland of origin of this family is
that Australian immigration records were very precise as immigrants at this
time were sponsored, either by the Government or individuals (generally a
pastoral company). There were shipping contractors paid per head delivered,
the expense of moving a body to Australia being considerable, not just a
quick journey across the Atlantic. The authorities were also being careful
that the body selected (there were stringent rules) was the body that actually
arrived: hence there was a good description as to source, parents and skills.
Denis Power, Australia
Descendants of Hawley of Ballycapple County Tipperary
Generation # 1
Roderick Hawley, born 1796 at Ballycapple emigrated to Canada in 1834.
Michael Hawley, born in 1797 and who married Margaret McDonnell.
This couple is buried in the Grawn Graveyard, Ballycapple. (per David Lawlor ggg
grandson of Thomas Hawley (3) 1. David lives in Ballycapple (Jan 2003). The gravestone
inscription reads " Of your charity pray for the soul of Michael Hawley of Ballycapple
who died 25th July 1874 aged 77 years. Also for the soul of Margaret Hawley alias
McDonnell his wife died 14th March aged 62 years". Nearby there is another stone
that reads "In loving memory of Michael Hawley of Ballycapple who died 5th April
1943 aged 80 years".
There is not much evidence of this Michael, except the following article that appeared
in the "Vindicator" dated July 5th 1849.
"Cloghjordan, July 2. Daniel Egan of Ballydonagh, a most respectable young man,
24 years of age was killed on his way to mass at Barna. He was in company with
his father, mother and two sisters. It appears he stopped some few perches
behind them on the "Mass-path" when he was shot. The reason assigned-his
father is a middle landlord.
On Friday the 29th, the house of Mr. Michael Hawley, of Ballycapple, Poor Law Guardian,
a most respectable farmer, was attacked by some ruffians who broke his windows
and fired a shot through his door, his family was present at the time. Constable
M'Loskey came running but the midnight miscreants escaped. A notice was found
posted to the door: "Michael Haly (sic) take warning by this admit Gordon no longer
to your house or if you do I will come again and send you to hell, let Martin Flarty
take the same warning. Thomas Holy (Hely?) let him take the same no more".
The person alluded to above is a teacher, a quiet, inoffensive man who Mr. Hawley
and others have kept in their houses alternately for the last six years.
On the same night the house of John Shoebottom, a respectable farmer, was visited
by the same gang, who fired a shot and issued a notice, nearly verbatim with the above.
It is but a fortnight since Mr. Shoebottom had his windows broken and a shot fired,
the ball passing within a few inches of Mrs. Shoebottom.
Thomas Hawley, who married Judith/Judy Behan is almost certainly brother to the
above Michael. Thomas and Judith lived at Ballycapple, County Tipperary.
(from immigration records Australia).
The RC Church at this time was "Grawn" and the RC parish Cloughjordan.
It is now called Kilruane, which is also a village.
The Grawn church now stands in ruins, although the graveyard still exists.
(information per David Lawlor, Jan 2003).
Children of Thomas Hawley and Judith Behan are:
(2) 1 Thomas Hawley, .born abt. 1820? Remained in Tipperary and married
Margaret Loughanne, who died in March 1883. They had ten children. Mary,
born 1875. aka"Polly", who emigrated to New Zealand. Margaret, born 1873,
died at Ballycapple aged 94 in March 2002. Honarah, born 1871. Patrick, born 1869.
John, born 1867. Ellen, born 1865. Michael, born 1863. Sara, born 1859.
Thomas, born 1857. Judith, born 1856.
Ellen Elizabeth Hawley born 1821 or 1825 in Ballycapple, married
Daniel Guilfoyle / Kilfoyle in c1847, at Ballycapple, IRL. Ellen 26 yrs and
Daniel 31 yrs arrived in the colony on the "Garland" 15 March 1851 with children
Thomas 2 yrs. and Michael 1 yr. Michael died aged 36, 2nd March 1886. Buried at
Morpeth. Children's native place - Bansha, Co Tipperary (Bansha is in Southern
Tipperary, about 50 miles from Ballycapple). Daniel's parents were not named -
both dead - native place, Bansha, Co Tipperary. But I have later advice they
were Daniel Gilfoyle born abt. 1790 whose wife was Grace Darin born abt. 1800
(both in Ireland). Daniel could not read or write. Ellen's parents Thomas and
Julia Hawley, mother dead, father at Ballycaplin. Ellen could read and write.
Beside Daniel's name - brother-in-law Michael Hawley living near Maitland.
£8 paid for self and family.
Daniel Guilfoyle died 2nd July 1888, aged 69 and is buried at Morpeth Plots.
Ellen Guilfoyle died aged 67 on 3 Sep 1891 at Dunmore, and is buried at Morpeth.
Father Thomas Hawley, mother Julia Bahan. No.9557.
Children of the marriage: (per Ellen's death certificate). John 42**,
Thomas 40, Michael Francis (born Tipperary 1849, died Morpeth 2nd March 1886),
married 30th March 1875 at Pyrmont, Catherine Garrity (born May 27th 1849, died
Sacred Heart Hospice, Randwick 1925). Daniel Earnest born 1853, Patrick 36,
James 34, Julia 32, William 30, Denis 28, Edward 26, (died 22nd Feb 1892 and
buried at Morpeth). Mary Jane 24. 1 female deceased. That is Ellen,
born 1863 and died 24th April 1876. Buried at Morpeth Plots.
**John Kilfoyle, 10yrs, arrived on the "Golden Era" 16 June 1855.
(Reels 2137 & 2470). Listed under "Son of resident in colony"
Native place Ballychapel, Tipperary RC could not read or write
Parents Daniel and Ellen living at Morpeth
3 Honora (Nora) Hawley. Born abt. 1822 native place Borrisokane. Died
3rd January 1859 at Phoenix Park. Married Robert Duggan, born abt. 1806.
Native place Borrisoleigh County Tipperary.. Died 8th October 1881. They were married
abt. 1842 and per Immigration record "near Nenagh, Ireland"(probably Borrisoleigh).
The couple arrived on the "Earl Grey" on 15th October 1851, with children Alice,
9 years. Julia 7 years, John 4 years and Maurice, 10 months. According to the
arrival records, Honora was then 29yrs and Robert 37yrs(Reels 2136 & 2462).
Robert's parents - John and Julia, both dead
Robert's native place - Borrisoleigh, Co Tipperary. Honora's parents Thomas
Hawley and Julia Bayhon - father in Tipperary. Honora's native place given as
Borrisokane. Both could read and write. Robert paid £18 for self and family.
Brother and 2 sisters in colony - Michael Hawley, Maitland, Ellen Guilfoyle
and Judith Hawley per "Garland"
Honora Duggan died Phoenix Park 3 January 1859, age 37 - parents Thomas Hawley
and Judith Beahan. Robert Duggan born abt. 1806, died 8th October 1881.
They are buried between Michael and Ann Hawley and Patrick and Julia (Hawley)
Hickey. This was an obviously tight family group who lived alongside one
another, helped with the birth of each others children and finally chose to be
Children of the marriage per Nora's death cert: Alice, born abt. 1844 (died
21st Sept 1918), married Thomas Maher in 1839 and had 14 children. Thomas
died 2nd April 1920. Judith born abt. 1846, (died 26 January 1923), married
Michael Walsh (born 22 June 1876, died 11 July 1946) and had 9? children.
John,born abt. 1849 (died 6 July 1919), married Margaret Isabella Unsworth
(born 20 April 1864, died 24 October 1950). They had five children. Maurice,
born abt. 1851 (died 22 August 1900) did not marry. Ellen, born abt. 1854 did
not marry and died 22 December 1884. Mary Ann, born 29 May 1856.
Thomas, 3 mths. old when his mother died and born on 30 October 1858.
Judith Hawley born abt. 1824. Native place Ballycaven (per immigration
record). Arrived on "Garland" 15th March 1851. Died on 5th December 1884
and is buried at Hiland Crescent Cemetery with her husband Patrick Hickey,
who was born at Coonagh East Townland, County Clare. They were married at Morpeth
on 27th January 1852. They had the following children. Julia, born 5th November
1853. Michael John, born 8th November 1855. Patrick Thomas, born 1st January
1857. Margaret in 1858, Denis James in 1860 and Matthew in 1862. There was
also a set of premature twins who died at birth or shortly thereafter. Julia
is my GG Grandmother through her son Michael John.
Thirty two years after her marriage, Julia Hawley's death is reported in the
same issue of The Maitland Mercury, that advertised celebrations relating to
the opening of West Maitland Park on Saturday Dec 6th 1884.
Largs News: It is my painful duty to chronicle another death in our district.
After a short but painful illness, Mrs. Hickey, the wife of Patrick Hickey of
Bolwarra, passed over the majority on Wednesday night last. The late Mrs. Hickey
had reached a fairly ripe age, being about 64 years, and leaves a sorrowing
husband and grown up family of four sons and two daughters, with a large circle
of relatives and friends, to mourn their loss.
The general health of the district is not good; many are suffering from colds
and low fever is reported in several homes. Dec 5th 1884.
Judith is my g,g,g, grandmother.
5 Michael Hawley born abt. c 1825, married Ann Fogarty, born
abt. 1828 in abt. c1845 Ballycapple, Tipperary, IRL. (Daughter Honorah's
birth certificate - 1859)
Michael 25yrs and Ann 22yrs arrived in the colony on the "John Knox" 29th
April 1850 with children Thomas 3yrs and Michael 1yr.
Michael's parents Thomas and Judith nee Behan ( Banam from death cert.) -
father living at Ballycappel. Ann's parents William and Mary Fogarty, father
at Newtown. Native place for whole family - Ballycappel Co Tipperary.
Michael could read and write, Ann could read. No relatives in colony.
Michael died 17 April 1905 at Narrowgut, Morpeth. Informant John Hawley,
son of Narrowgut. Buried at Hiland Cres. East Maitland. Witness to burial
Patrick Guilfoyle. Annie died 29 April 1916 at Hinton. Buried with Michael.
Informant Harry Bailey. Son-in-law of Hinton. On 18th April his obituary
appeared in the Maitland Mercury.
One of the oldest and best known of our residents in the person of Mr.
Michael Hawley died at his residence, Narrowgut, on Monday morning last at
the advanced age of 80 from senile decay. Deceased had been a resident of
the district for over half a century, and by his honesty, industry and
straightforward life had gained the respect and esteem of the community.
He was a native of Ireland and possessed those characteristics of grit and
industry which the early pioneers of this State required to succeed. The
funeral on Tuesday was largely attended, the remains being interred in the
Roman Catholic Cemetery East Maitland. The Rev. Father Sullivan officiated
in the Church and at the graveside. A widow and a large grown-up family
are left to mourn their loss.
Ann Fogarty, born in 1821 was to live to a great age, dying on 29th April
1916 aged 94. Her obituary in the Maitland Weekly Mercury of 13th May 1916
reads " One of the oldest and most highly respected residents of the
district, in the person of Mrs Hawley, relict of the late Michael Hawley of
Narrowgut, passed away at her daughters residence, Mrs H. Bailey Hinton.
The deceased lady had obtained the honoured age of ninety-four years, and,
up to a few weeks before her death had enjoyed remarkably good health and
could knit and sew without the aid of glasses. The cause of death was
senile decay. The deceased was born in Tipperary, Ireland and came to
this country seventy-three years ago with her husband and two children.
They took up farming pursuits in the Hunter, and settled at Narrowgut over
forty years ago, and were most successful. She was widely known and with
her loving disposition had gained the widest respect of those who had the
pleasure of coming in contact with her. Her husband pre-deceased her
eleven years ago. She left a family of one son and five daughters.
John Hawley of Narrowgut. Mrs. Byron, Dungog. Mrs. Morris, Phoenix Park.
Mrs. Comerford, Mount Morris. Mrs. Duff, West Australia and Mrs. Bailey.
There are thirty three grandchildren and seventeen great grandchildren.
The remains were laid to rest in the East Maitland Roman Catholic cemetery.
Father O'Gorman officiating at the graveside."
Michael Hawley (born 1849) Irish born son of Michael Hawley and Ann Fogarty
(when married a resident of Narrowgut) married Janet McCaffery (of Morpeth)
on 30th May 1874 at St. Josephs Church East Maitland. One of the witnesses
was his sister Nora Hawley. In that same year 1874, the birth of a Charles
Michael is registered at Morpeth to this couple. The Maher women were at this
birth "Witnesses Mrs. Maher & Honorah Maher). It is the only child shown to
this couple in the NSW BD&M. Michael, occupation given as Inn- keeper, died
aged 26 on 29th December 1894. Cause of death "Pulmonary Consumption, 2 years,
much worse 5 weeks". His late wife is shown as Jane McCaffery and the
couple lived at Morpeth (although he died at Phoenix Park). Witneses J.Maher
& D Gillfoyle. One child to the couple Charles Michael, aged 3 months
(therefore born September 1874).
Charles Michael may be the "Michael" who enlisted in the 53rd Infantry Btn.,
1st Div.. AIF and was killed in action at the Battle of Fromelles on 19th July 1916.
In addition to the two children born in Ireland, Michael and Annie had the
following living children born in Australia. (Annie's death certificate).
Mary, born 29th December 1852 at Phoenix Park and who died at Dunmore on
24th August 1877. Mary married John Maher (born 25th June 1847 at Anambah,
near Maitland and died at Dunmore 17th April 1875. Their daughter Catherine,
born 31st July 1871 at Dunmore, married James Hickey (born 25th February
1864 at Wallalong, died Brisbane 1944) on 24th February 1897. This James
is a son of Michael, youngest son of James Hickey and Margaret McNamara.
Julia, born 27th April 1855 and who married Jeremiah Andrew Byron (died 1901).
Julia and Jeremiah had four children; Vaughan T., Michael S., William J. and Thomas H.
Annie, born 5th July 1857 and who married Joshua J. Morris at Morpeth in
1884 and who died 29th December 1938.
Norah, born 31st July 1859 at Phoenix Park. Mrs. Maher and Norah Maher
witnessed the birth. Norah married Richard Joseph Comerford (born 13th
Nov. 1861, died 6th Sept 1829), at Morpeth on 4th August 1885. Nora
and Richard had eight children, Mary K.,born 26th June 1886, died 27th
June 1920) married Vincent Horatio Wallace (born 27 April 1910, died 29
October 2000), Annie born 1888, married John Clarke. Ellen, born 1890,
married Fred J. Terry. Richard Joseph, born 1895, married Amy V. Robinson,
Aileen V. born 1896, died 8th Nov 1993, who married John E. Doherty,
Mabel J., born 1903, who married Eric Coates and Norah H, also born in
1903, who married Francis F. Bailey (informant at the death of his
father-in law Michael Hawley.
John, born 26th Sept 1861, who married Joan Blundell at West Maitland
in 1890, and who died on 4th December 1917. This couple had five sons,
Paul L, in 1891, who married Winifred A. Peattie at East Maitland in 1928.
Michael J., born 1892. James B, born 1895 and died 24th June 1919.
Frank, born 1897, who married Edna A. Percy at East Maitland in 1935
and Ralph, born 1900, who married Audrey Alma Percy at East Maitland in 1940.
James, born March 1862, died Sept 1862.
Ellen, born 18th October 1864 and who married James Duff at Morpeth in 1886.
Agnes Patience, born 1865, died 11th Nov. 1867.
Margaret, born abt. 1868 and who died 23rd July 1950, who married Henry
T. Bailey at Morpeth in 1900.This is Henry J. Bailey B 1872 registration
Morpeth, father Benjamin, mother Annie, or alternately Henry Thomas Bailey,
father Samuel, mother Jane Paviour, born 1879, registration Morpeth.)
Annie's death certificate shows 3 males and 1 female deceased - The
deceased at the time of Annie's death were. Thomas, born at Ballycappel
on 16 October 1846, who died aged 23 years from "brain fever", on 18th
October 1869. Michael, born abt. 1850 who married Jane McCaffery and who
died 29th December 1876 and William, who was born 1st March 1851 and died
on 25th Jan. 1852. The female deceased was Mary, born 29th December 1852
and who died on 24th August 1877.
6 John Hawley, born abt. 1833 was 22 yrs old when he arrived in the
colony on the "Golden Era" on the 16th June 1855. (Reels 2137 & 2470)
Native place Ballychapel Co Tipperary. Parents Thomas and Judy - father
at Ballychapel, mother dead.
Could not read or write. Religion RC.. Sister Ellen Kilfoyle at Maitland.
John died 1908 at Morpeth -- parents (per death cert.) Thomas and Julia.
John married Margaret Maher, born abt. 1833 and died 1st July 1872.
Their children were Thomas, born abt. 1860 and who died at Ryde in 1938.
This Thomas, married Catherine Bourke (born 1865, Father Patrick,
mother Catherine) at Morpeth c.1889. Thomas and Catherine lived and died
in the district, residing for almost all the time at Morpeth. They had
eight children. Margaret (b 1888 at Morpeth), John (b7th Nov 1889 at Phoenix
Park near Morpeth), who married Millicent A. Goodwin in 1912. Michael B.
(b 1892 at Morpeth. Thomas P., born at Paterson in 1894. Mary, born at
Morpeth in 1895, who married Ernest V.T. Collins at Drummoyne in 1920.
An (Annie), born at Morpeth on 8th July 1897, who married Harold Bede
Burnheim at Drummoyne in 1920. Annie died at Dacyville on ??? Catherine A.
(born 1899, died 1900). James Edward., born 1901 at Morpeth, married Helen
(Nellie) Jackson at Balmain North in 1928 and died at Oakwood Street Sutherland in 1980.
On the WW1 enlistment form of their son John (b 1889), Thomas and Catherine are
shown as living at 44 Carey Street, Drummoyne. John, who married Millicent
A Goodwin at East Maitland in 1912, enlisted in the 1st Battalion AIF and was
wounded and lost his left leg following action in France on 1st March 1918
(battle of the Somme at Hebuterne or Dernancourt).
Two of Thomas's cousins, sons of Catherine Bourkes brother Patrick
(of Louth Park), Sgts Patrick Joseph & ? Bourke (13th Btn, 4th Division)
were awarded Military Medals. Patricks was awarded on 19th September 1918,
for action on 23rd August 1918 (probably the battle of Albert, which raged
from 21-23 August 1918).
Children of John Hawley and Margaret Maher who did not survive childhood were
John, born March 1862, died 24 Dec 1862 and Agnes Patience (born 1865, died 11
7 Anne Hawley, baptism registered in 1833. Remained in Tipperary. No
further details known. As the youngest daughter, she remained in Ballycapple
and nursed her parents.
8 Patrick Hawley, born abt. 1839 arrived in the Colony on the "Ida" on 18
January 1864. (Reels 2139 & 2482). Native place Gra-oris-, Co Tipperary.
Parents both dead. RC who could read and write
Brother Michael Hawley, Morpeth. With Patrick was his wife Mary, 19yrs,
same native place. Father dead, mother Ann O'Neill. Mary could not read
or write. Immigration Deposit Journals - Reel 2671
Depositor: Michael Hawley
Date of Deposit: 18 April 1863
Name: Patrick Hawley 26yrs, living Clough Jordan, Tipperary IRL
Referee: Mr Kennedy, Clough Jordan, Tipperary IRL
Patrick died 9 September 1867 (No. 6208) at Phoenix Park and is buried at
East Maitland. Parents stated as Thomas Hawley and Julia Beahan. Death
certificate states he was married in Ireland, Co Tipperary, in 1863. There
were two children of the marriage alive at the time of his death - Mary Ann 3 and Thomas ½
8(a) Patrick Hawley, born abt. 1839 and aged 20yrs arrived in the colony
on the "Abyssinian" on the 20 September 1859. (Reels 2139 & 2479)
Father Thomas, mother Julia, mother dead, father in Tipperary.
Native place Cloughjordan, Co Tipperary.
Could not read or write RC
Cousin William Gleeson at Morpeth.
Immigration Deposit Journals - Reel 2669
Depositor: William Gleeson
Date of Deposit: 10 November 1858
Name: Patrick Hawley, 20yrs, living Ireland
Referee: Rev (?) Scanlan PP, Modreeny, Co Tipperary, Ireland.
How there were two Patrick Hawleys is a matter of conjecture. It was a
fairly common trick to claim to be someone else for the purposes of gaining
a free passage or even entry to New South Wales hence the number of "alias"
listed amongst people during those times. As I cannot find a death
certificate for the second Michael, I suspect he is a "Hawley Imposter"
and may have belonged to one of the other families.
There are some less sinister explanations of course. Patrick could well be
his second name, which he simply preferred to his first. Alternately,
the clerk at entry may have not been able to understand his accent and
simply passed him off as a "Paddy".
Griffiths Primary Valuation for Ballycapple Townland
Ballycapple Townland is 814 acres. The survey of Tipperary was the first
conducted and therefore probably dates from 1848. In that first valuation
(page 3), Michael "Howley" is shown as occupying Lots 21 A & B.
A house plus land of 61 acres. John Hawley or Howley (crossed through
on page 4 and replaced with Anne (his widow?) occupies Lots 22 A,B and
C, in total 129 acres. On page 4 of the survey, Anne Howley ceases to
occupy these lots, but at page 18 of the survey Michael Hawley holds these.
Thomas Hawley (possibly father and son/s) occupy Lot 21A, house and land
of 61 acres up until 1906, when one of the Michael Howleys (note spelling)
has this lot.
In summary, the following Howley/Hawley blocks in Ballycapple Townland
were (page 18/8)
Lot 21A 61 acres House & Land Thomas
Lot 22 40 acres Land Michael
Lot 23A 82 acres House & Land Michael
Lot 24A House Lot Patrick
Lot 23B House & Garden James Guilfoyle leases from Michael Hawley.
This Guilfoyle is likely a relative of the Daniel Guilfoyle who had
married Nora Hawley.
Lots 27 A & B 10 acres of Plantation and 5 acres of land Michael.
Later, there is reference to Lot 26, 64 acres of bog, being leased to
Thos. & John Hawley (amongst others).
I later obtained copies of the Survey Notes. From this the following
people of interest are noted as being in occupation at that time.
Michael Hawley and Michael Hawley Jnr. Patrick Hawley (or Hanly)
copy is faded. Thomas Lawlor. Michael Loughanane.
The Howleys/ Hawleys then were the largest farmers in Ballycapple Townland
and could be described as successful farmers of the middle order.
Origin of the Hawley/Howley name.
The name is equated with the Irish O'hUallaigh, which it is suggested
may be an abbreviated variant of O'hUallaclain (Houlihan), O'Houlig
occurs in a Fiant of 1581 relating to County Cork, where O'liotflians were
and are numerous, but for the most part Howleys are found in north Connacht
with some in Galway and Clare. The use of the form O'Howley with the
prefix O' indicates an Irish origin. In modern times Wholey has been
used as a synonym of Howley and this may give a clue to the equation of
Howley and Wylie in East Clare. In the forms Whooley, Whooly, Wholey and
Wholy it appears quite often in the birth registrations of West Cork.
BURIALS IN MAITLAND DISTRICT PER CEMETERY REGISTER
KILFOIL (NOTE NO KILFOYLES IN REGISTER:
NAME APPARENT AGE AT DEATH WHERE
BIRTH YEAR DEATH DATE BURIED
HONORA 1837 35 26/01/1872 Campbells Hill
Sect B4, Grave 48
ALSO HS BK7 ?????
MICHAEL 1860 4 13/10/1864 DITTO
MRS. ?????? 1910
AGNES PATIENCE 1864 3 11/11/1867 HILAND CRES.
JAMES 1895 24 24/06/1919 MORPETH PLOTS
JAMES 1862 9 MONTHS 24/12/1862 HILAND CRES
JOHN 1861 56 4/12/1917 MORPETH PLOTS
MARGARET 1833 39 01/07/1872 HILAND CRES
MICHAEL 1825 80 17/04/1905 HILAND CRES
MICHAEL 1850 26 29/12/1876 HILAND CRES
THOMAS 1846 23 18/10/1869 HILAND CRES
WILLIAM 1852 11 months 20/01/1853 HILAND CRES
ANN (HICKEY) 1822 94 29/04/1916 EAST MAITLAND
DANIEL 1819 69 02/07/1888 MORPETH PLOTS
EDWARD 1856 36 22/02/1892 MORPETH PLOTS
ELLEN 1863 13 24/04/1876 MORPETH PLOTS
ELLEN 1824 67 03/09/1891 MORPETH PLOTS
JAMES STANISLAUS 1900 64 31/01/1964 EAST MAITLAND
SECT A GRAVE MICHAEL 1811 72 12/08/1883 MORPETH PLOTS
MICHAEL 1850 36 02/03/1886
MARY 1818 54 08/02/1872 MORPETH PLOTS
(Wife of Michael died 1886)
WILLIAM ROBERT 1881 60 15/03/1941 CAMPBELLS HILL
BORDER 1 GR. 11
PETER BEDE 1865 23 01/07/1888 MORPETH PLOTS.
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