Shine Hourigan Brumley Malone family history

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This site is dedicated to two women - my mother Frances Mylie Malone Shine and her great grandmother. It was Mum's seemingly innocuous query regarding her great great grandmother Anne Eliza Duffy Harker Hallett was the beginning of this immensely rewarding and often frustrating piece of work. The focus is mostly Duffy line, beginning with Thomas Duffy who was transported from Leixlip in Ireland to Port Jackson, and later applied to have his wife and daughters emigrate to Australia. Collateral lines are included, but I have done only cursory research on persons with a peripheral relationship to the Duffy line. Use the search box at left, or browse the top menu.

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Shine & Hourigan
Shine and Hourigan Branch

Shine and Hourigan Branch

John Cornelius Shine and Maggie Hourigan

Married 30 Apr 1924 and lived at Wootong Vale.

Thomas Duffy
Transported convict

Transported convict

Petition of Thomas for his family to join him in Orange, New South Wales

Thomas Duffy and his co-accused Stephen Hand were transported to Port Jackson (Colony of New South Wales) per the ship Waverley.

Konongwootong
Soldier Settlement for Konongwootong South

Soldier Settlement for Konongwootong South

Lot 24 allocated to Daniel Patrick Shine

James Sheridan Shine and John Cornelius Shine held nearby Closer Settlement blocks

Malone & Brumley
Brumley and Malone Branch

Brumley and Malone Branch

Emily Brumley and John Malone

Emily and John married at Dandenong on 5 Jul 1924


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