|Bates, Eliza J. (nee Rea?)||b.c.1823-4; d.1913||Paul Morrison|
|Colbert, Mary (nee Hagan)||b.1840; d.1886||Linley Hooper|
|Coldwell, John||b.1842; d.1926||Barry Cochrane|
|Donnelly, John||b.c.1820; d.1890||Steven Koszek|
|Fleming/Flemming, Robert||b.1852; d.1936||Janet Flandrensis|
|Fullerton, Andrew||b.1831; d.1899||Heather Brownett|
|Fullerton, Ann (nee Walker)||b.1830; d.1919||Heather Brownett|
|Hamilton, Elizabeth (nee Hagan)||b.c.1835; d.1879||Linley Hooper|
|Lewin, Margaret (nee Mulgrew)||b.c.1850; d.1899||Marianne Young|
|Lewin, Martin||b.c.1847; d.1901||Marianne Young|
|Mullan, George||b.1843; d.1899||Mary Skipworth|
|Rooke (Rourke), Andrew||b.1835; d.1917||Denise Bell|
|Rush, John||b.c.1836; d.1913||Stephen Gard|
|Rush, Michael||b.c.1843; d.1922||Stephen Gard|
|Rush, William||b.c.1850; d.1914||Stephen Gard|
|Shankelton, Joseph||d.1907||Ian Smythe|
Andrew Rooke (Rourke) born 1835 Tyrone, died 1 Apr 1917 Ballarat, Victoria, Australia. Andrew arrived in Port Phillip (Melbourne) Australia aboard the Wallace 1843 with his parents James & Jane Rourke, brother John and sister Mary. Two other siblings Jane and Letitia died during the voyage. The family settled in Geelong, Victoria, Australia.
The Ballarat Courier (Vic) Monday 2 April 1917 - OBITUARY
The Many friends of Mr Andrew (Teddy) Rooke will regret to learn of his death, which took place yesterday after a short illness. The deceased was a well-known and respected resident, and for 43 years was in the employ of M'Culloch, forwarding agents. Prior to that he was employ ed by Messrs Smith and Craig. He arrived in Victoria when only eight years old, and was a colonist of 74 years. Much sympathy has been expressed with the family in their sad bereavement. The funeral takes place on Tuesday at the New Cemetery.
N.B.: Andrew is the brother of Mary Rooke listed on the "Victorian (Australia) marriages and deaths 1853-1911 of people who gave their birth place as Tyrone"
The funeral of the late Mrs. Eliza J. Bates took place yesterday morning[26 Feb 1913], and was largely attended. The interment took place in the Methodist portion of the Perthville Cemetery. The Rev. J. Marshall Brown officiated at the church and graveside. Verses of the hymn 'Rock of Ages' were sung prior to the church service. The deceased was 89 years of age. Born in Tyrone, Ireland, she came to this State at the age of 13 years, and took up her residence at O'Connell Plains, and had since lived in the Bathurst district. Her husband predeceased her by 12 years. The bereaved relatives include seven sons and two daughters. The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mrs. Wellington and Son, the coffin being of polished cedar, with silver mountings. National Advocate, Bathurst, NSW 27 Feb 1913
Notes - As can be seen in the obituary, she came to Australia from Tyrone, Ireland. Born in 1823-24. Furthermore, her marriage was to John Bates in 1843, in the Bathurst district. Her surname was listed as "Rea" though I think this was the first 3 letters, or abbreviated. (Source: NSW BDM)
Margaret Lewin (nee Mulgrew) was born in Ballygawley, Co. Tyrone c. 1850, daughter of William Mulgrew and Margaret Fox. She emigrated alone to Australia aboard the “Oceanica” aged 20 (this is unlikely as she married in 1872 aged 22!) from Liverpool and arrived in Melbourne in July of 1865. She married Martin Lewin a native of Ennis, Co. Clare on 6 November 1872 in St. Peter’s Church, Melbourne. They had six children, Elizabeth, Margaret, Martin (died aged 6), Florence, Thomas and Mabel.
Margaret died aged 45 on 20 October 1899 and is buried in an unmarked grave with her son Martin Jr. and two other members of her family in the Church of England section of Melbourne General Cemetery.
Her husband Martin Lewin died 20 June 1901 and is buried alone in the Roman Catholic section of Melbourne General Cemetery.
There are many conflicting dates for Margaret’s birth according to later records so perhaps you may have a baptism or birth registration for her which may clarify this for the family.
The Age Newspaper - 20 June 1901 - LEWIN – The Friends of the late Mr MARTIN LEWIN are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of internment in the Melbourne General Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to leave his residence No 381 Spencer St. Melbourne THIS DAY (Thursday) 20th June at 3 o’clock. JONES BROTHERS Undertakers, 193 Lonsdale Street Melbourne 136 Victoria street North Melbourne and suburbs. Telephone 361 - Funeral Notice
The Age 23 October 1899 - LEWIN – On the 21st October at 25 Fleet street Fitzroy, Margaret the dearly beloved wife of Martin Lewin aged 47 years. Death Notice
The Age 19 June 1901 - LEWIN – On the 18 June at his residence 381 Spencer street West Melbourne, Martin Lewin, aged 54 years R.I.P. Death Notice
Marriage Certificate showing the details of parentage, age etc.
Mullan, George, gold miner, born 1843 Dungannon, Co Tyrone, died 1899 Liverpool Asylum NSW. Source: Transcription of NSW death record.
Andrew Fullerton b. 1831 Omagh, Co. Tyrone (son of Andrew Fullerton b. 1805 d. 12 April 1887 and Mary ROGERS b. 1811 d. 6 May 1904) died 10 April 1899 and is buried at Toowong Cemetery, Queensland, Australia. He married Ann Walker b. 1 January 1830 on 5 May 1855 Cappagh, Co. Tyrone (daughter of John Walker b. Ireland and Margaret Gibson b. Omagh, Co. Tyrone). Ann died 19 January 1919 and is buried at Toowong Cemetery, Queensland, Australia (tombstone photo)
John Donnelly b.c. 1815 – 1827 in Co. Tyrone, Ireland and died Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia. 19th January 1890. John arrived in Australia prior to 1846 and settled in Peel in the Bathurst District of New South Wales, Australia. John was a farmer, carrier & labourer. Most likely a Bounty Immigrant arriving in Sydney around 1841. He was married in Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia. 2nd October 1852 to Margaret McLoughlin b. 8 Jul 1832 Killarney, Co. Kerry, Ireland who died 27 Jun 1906 Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia. Margaret arrived in Australia as An Irish Famine Orphan aboard the Digby in 1849 and sent to Bathurst as a servant. They had 13 children, all born in Peel, New South Wales, Australia - Susan b. 1853, died 1854 Peel, New South Wales, Australia; Mary Ann b. 1855; Edward b. 1856; Susanna Mary b. 1858; John b. 1860; Michael b. 1861; Margaret Rose b. 1862; Alice Teresa b. 1862; Hannah Mary b. 1864; Mary Ellen b. 1866; Thomas Joseph b. 1868; Rose Catherine b. 1869 and Elizabeth Mary b. 1871
John Coldwell, (photo) son of Thomas Coldwell and Isabella Taylor, b.c. 1842 Co. Tyrone married Elizabeth Ann Argus (photo) in Mount Moriac, Victoria, Australia on 2 April 1872. It is believed they had 8 children. Elizabeth Ann died in Tallygaroopna, Victoria 13 May 1888. John next married widow Matilda Trewin (nee Argus) (photo) on 10 March 1891 (marriage certificate). Matilda's first husband, William Trewin passed away on 12 May 1870 in Mount Moriac, Victoria. Matilda passed on 21 August 1926 in Shepparton, Victoria. John died 26 October 1926 and is buried with his first wife, Elizabeth Ann at the Shepparton Cemetery, Church of England Section, Grave B86 (tombstone).
Mary Colbert (nee Hagan)born 3 March 1840, Inish, Sultan townland, Termonmaguirk, Co. Tyrone died 12 May 1886 Ballarat, Victoria, Australia. Her sister, Elizabeth Hamilton (nee Hagan) born c. 1835, Inish, Sultan townland, Termonmaguirk, Co. Tyrone died 9 May 1879, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.
SUDDEN DEATH OF A POLICE INSPECTOR LENGTHY SERVICE - The death occurred yesterday of Sub-Inspector Joseph Shankelton, who for the past two and a half years had been in charge of No.9 (Burwood) Police Station. The late Sub-Inspector was a native of County Tyrone, Ireland, and had been in the police force over 20 years. For 15 years he was station duty-sergeant at No.1 Station, and was also in charge at the Royal Mint. About two years and a half ago he was promoted to the rank of sub-inspector, and given charge of the Burwood division, remaining there until his decease. He was on duty until friday morning, when he was taken ill, and went to bed, suffering from, it is believed, diabetes. Dr. Hetherington was called in to attend him, and yesterday morning Dr. Scott Skirving was also called in, but the end came about 3 p.m. Sub-Inspector Shankelton was unconscious for the last two hours of his life. He leaves a widow and a family of seven, ranging in age from 2 1/2 years to 14. He resided at Wanare Belmore street, Burwood. - The Sunday Times, September 29, 1907 (Sydney, New South Wales)
Reference to the late Sub-Inspector J. Shankelton was made at the Burwood Court yesterday by Mr. W. Clarke, D.S.M., who said that the deceased officer had always displayed zeal and ability in his control of an important station, and in his conduct of business of the Court. His courtesy was also a marked feature of his dealings with the public. The Sub-Inspector’s death came as a great shock to the community, and he was sure general sympathy was felt for his relatives. The recent accident the Sub-Inspector had sustained by being knocked down by a cyclist had undoubtedly hastened his death. - The Sydney Morning Herald, October 4, 1907.