Mary Hagan

(3 March 1840 - 11 May 1886)
     Mary Hagan was also known as O'Haghan in records. Mary Hagan was also known as O'Hegan in records. Mary Hagan was also known as O'Hagan in records. She was born on 3 March 1840 in Inish in Sultan townland, Termonmaguirk, Tyrone, Ireland. Her marriage and death certificates state that she was the daughter of Charles O'Haghan/Heghan and Ellen Moynahan. She was born c.1842 if 20 as stated on her arrival in November 1862; c.1843 by her stated age of 27 at marriage in November 1870; c.1843 if 28 in Nov 1871 or Jan 1872 at her eldest son's birth, c.1844 if 34 as stated at her son's birth in July 1878; but in 1842 if aged 44 at her death in May 1886. Her death certificate stated that she was born in Dungannon.. She was the daughter of Charles Hagan and Ellen Meenagh. Mary Hagan was christened on 3 April 1840 in Termonmaguirk. Mariam ex Charles Hagan et Elena Menagh. Sponsors? Filui/Felix Menagh et Elena McGurk, Inish. Inish was part of Sultan townland. There were 2 Felix Minaghs in Termonmaguirk in the Griffith Valuation, one in Aghagogan, the other in Streefe Glebe. A Felix Meenagh aged 71, widower was living in 1901 at 13 Streefe Glebe, Loughmacrory, Tyrone with his son Hugh & daughter Mary. However Fr Luney of co. Kerry suggested it is poor Latin/transcription of Filius (son of Menagh) which is not unusual for older siblings or cousins as sponsors. RootsIrelland has indexed it as Felix..
     Mary Hagan and Elizabeth Hagan arrived per "Shalimar" on 15 November 1862 at Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Mary O'Hegan aged 20, & Elizabeth O'Hegan, 26, as unassisted passengers. Their occupation was spinster, nationality - Irish. The ship (1591 tons) departed 22 August, master - Stanley, carrying 427 passengers, 414 in steerage, arriving 15 Nov 1862.
     Mary Hagan married Edward Colbert, son of Edward Colbert and Catherine MacAuliffe, on 5 November 1870 in St Alipius RC church, Ballarat, Victoria. Married by licence. She was an illiterate servant, aged 27, and he called himself Edward Colebart, miner, aged 30. Mary Hagan was mentioned in a letter dated 12 February 1877. Mary Colbert nee Hagan, is probably the sister of Elizabeth Hagan, of Windermere, who wrote to her cousin Mary Hagan, Dungannon mentioning Mr Colbert:
Windermere, 12th Feby 1877
Dear Cousin
I received your letter in due time and I hope you will excuse me for being so long in answering [it?] And I am happy to say this & leaves me enjoying good [health?] trusting when this reaches you I will find you enjoying the same great Blessing my [sister?] Helen sent a letter to directed to Uncle, and five pounds in it to Mother, and mother never got the five pounds nor any word from us until we was three years from home, and he had signed my mothers name and got the money.
You need not be hard on us for not writing oftener as we cannot do it our Selves, and Sometimes we cannot get it down So you must just Excuse us, but we think it was BrotherJohns fault and not Uncle. I believe my Brother has been very foolish and Bad tempered since my mother died Helen sent home a letter and he would not let Annie see it, which him and his Wife behaved very unkindly to her. I blame all Annies down fall all on them. She was entitled to some of her fathers effects, if none of the rest of us got anything. Dear Cousin please let me know if you got any act [account?] of her whether dead or alive. I must think she is dead. I would have wrote you sooner only I was frightened we would have got a bad act [account?] of her.
I have been unwell for some time Back. I am troubled with the liver Complaint.
My Sister Mary & Husband and family is all well. She has 1 son & 2 Daughteours [Daughters?], and [send?] their Kind love to you all. We live about three miles apart. My Sister Helen is in New Zealand and has been their [there?] this six years, and got married their [there?], to a man named Henry Swayne, and the [they?] have one child But, she has had bad luck her husband got a hurt Some time ago, in the head and about six months ago he went wrong in the head, and has been in the Asylum ever Since and the last letter I got from her he was no Better; he was a native of Ireland and a respectable man. I have sent her Five pounds to her, and Mr Colbert sent her five pounds also, to help her along as she is left in a very lonly [lonely?] place, and we expect Brother John, for to send her some money as maney [many?] pound she sent home when she could spare it.
I hope the McBrides has not got the key to carry all belonging to my late Father & Mother
I send my kind respects to my uncle & Aunt & family and let me know how he is geting [getting?] his health; and send me his age I was sorrow [sorry?] to hear of my Cousin Henrys Death, but it is the Lords will and the road we [must?] all go. Dear Mary, Please send me your age. I hope when you receive this you are all enjoying good health. I send my kind love to Cousin Annie
I hope you and her will enjoy many happy days as I may say she is all your guide. We wondered to hear that you was not married by this time. I send my best regards to Charles and his little Girl.
I am going to send you next time a likeness of my Girl & Marys to raise your family, so you see whether Charles daughteour [daughters?] or mines is the Bigest. I send my best respects to Cousin James & Daniel also. I hope the [they?] are all married and a long letter to send me about their family
I remain Dear Cousin
Yours for Ever
Elizabeth Hagan
Cardigan post-office
tell my brother John to write me himself and let me know about all my aunts
uncles & Inquirers & friends
Miss Mary C Hagen [Hagan?]
Irish St. Dungannon, County Tyrone, Ireland
. She was admitted to the Hospital, Ballarat, on 17 April 1886 by Dr Woinarski. She was described as Mary Coleman, aged 44, of Windermere, born co. Tyrone, 23 years in Victoria.
     Mary died of cancer of the stomach on 11 May 1886 in the District Hospital, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia, aged 46. Mary Coleman [sic], aged 44, born at Dungannon, Tyrone, daughter of Charles O'Heghan farmer & Ellen; buried 13th May at Ballarat! witnessed by Edward Colbert & William Wilson. She was buried on 13 May 1886 in Smythesdale. The Friends of Mr EDWARD COLBERT, of Haddon, are respectfuliy invited to follow the remains of his late beloved wife to the place of interment, the Scarsdale Cemetery. The funeral will leave the Ballarat Hospital on Thursday, the 13th instant, at 11 o’clock a.m., and will pass through Haddon.
STEPHEN WELLINGTON, Undertaker, 3 Dawson street (opposite the Roman Catholic Church, and next
Adelphi hotel.

Children of Mary Hagan and Edward Colbert

Mary Hagan

     Mary Hagan was born in Tyrone, Ireland. She was the daughter of John Hagan. Mary Hagan was mentioned in a letter on 12 February 1877. Mary Colbert nee Hagan, is probably the sister of Elizabeth Hagan, of Windermere, who wrote to her cousin Mary Hagan, Dungannon mentioning Mr Colbert:
Windermere, 12th Feby 1877
Dear Cousin
I received your letter in due time and I hope you will excuse me for being so long in answering [it?] And I am happy to say this & leaves me enjoying good [health?] trusting when this reaches you I will find you enjoying the same great Blessing my [sister?] Helen sent a letter to directed to Uncle, and five pounds in it to Mother, and mother never got the five pounds nor any word from us until we was three years from home, and he had signed my mothers name and got the money.
You need not be hard on us for not writing oftener as we cannot do it our Selves, and Sometimes we cannot get it down So you must just Excuse us, but we think it was BrotherJohns fault and not Uncle. I believe my Brother has been very foolish and Bad tempered since my mother died Helen sent home a letter and he would not let Annie see it, which him and his Wife behaved very unkindly to her. I blame all Annies down fall all on them. She was entitled to some of her fathers effects, if none of the rest of us got anything. Dear Cousin please let me know if you got any act [account?] of her whether dead or alive. I must think she is dead. I would have wrote you sooner only I was frightened we would have got a bad act [account?] of her.
I have been unwell for some time Back. I am troubled with the liver Complaint.
My Sister Mary & Husband and family is all well. She has 1 son & 2 Daughteours [Daughters?], and [send?] their Kind love to you all. We live about three miles apart. My Sister Helen is in New Zealand and has been their [there?] this six years, and got married their [there?], to a man named Henry Swayne, and the [they?] have one child But, she has had bad luck her husband got a hurt Some time ago, in the head and about six months ago he went wrong in the head, and has been in the Asylum ever Since and the last letter I got from her he was no Better; he was a native of Ireland and a respectable man. I have sent her Five pounds to her, and Mr Colbert sent her five pounds also, to help her along as she is left in a very lonly [lonely?] place, and we expect Brother John, for to send her some money as maney [many?] pound she sent home when she could spare it.
I hope the McBrides has not got the key to carry all belonging to my late Father & Mother
I send my kind respects to my uncle & Aunt & family and let me know how he is geting [getting?] his health; and send me his age I was sorrow [sorry?] to hear of my Cousin Henrys Death, but it is the Lords will and the road we [must?] all go. Dear Mary, Please send me your age. I hope when you receive this you are all enjoying good health. I send my kind love to Cousin Annie
I hope you and her will enjoy many happy days as I may say she is all your guide. We wondered to hear that you was not married by this time. I send my best regards to Charles and his little Girl.
I am going to send you next time a likeness of my Girl & Marys to raise your family, so you see whether Charles daughteour [daughters?] or mines is the Bigest. I send my best respects to Cousin James & Daniel also. I hope the [they?] are all married and a long letter to send me about their family
I remain Dear Cousin
Yours for Ever
Elizabeth Hagan
Cardigan post-office
tell my brother John to write me himself and let me know about all my aunts
uncles & Inquirers & friends
Miss Mary C Hagen [Hagan?]
Irish St. Dungannon, County Tyrone, Ireland.

Mary Hagan

(29 December 1844 - )
     Mary Hagan was christened on 29 December 1844 in Termonmaguirk, Tyrone. She was the daughter of Charles Hagan and Catherine McGrath.

Michael Hagan

(1 April 1845 - )
     Michael Hagan was born on 1 April 1845 in Tullywiggan, Derryloran, Tyrone, Ireland. Gary O'Hagan descends from a Charles O'Hagan, mason and his wife Jane Millar, of Derryloran, co. Tyrone. Their son Michael who emigrated to Vic was born 1 April 1845 and baptised the same day at Tullywiggan. He was the son of Charles Hagan and Jane Millar.
     Michael Hagan married Bridget Brown on 19 June 1862 in St Mary's, Castlemaine, Victoria. He was a mason aged 27 and she was a housemaid aged 22, both of Taradale. They had Margaret born 1863 in Melob9urne, Mchael born 1873 in Williamstown, Patrif Francis born 1877 in Camperdown; Thomas who aapears to be unregistered but died aged 16 at Campedown n 1888. Their son Michael died in 1928 aged 53. An earlier Michael died in 1865 aged 1.

Minnie Hagan

(before 1883 - )
     Minnie Hagan was born before 1883 in Dungannon, Tyrone. She was the daughter of Charles Hagan and Catherine Unknown.

Patriarch Hagan

( - before 1877)
     Patriarch died before 1877 in Tyrone, Ireland.

Children of Patriarch Hagan

Patrick Hagan

(circa 1844 - before 13 July 1904)
     Patrick Hagan was born circa 1844 in Tyrone.
     Patrick Hagan appeared on the 1901 census in Bockets, Aghnahoe DED, Tyrone. Patrick Hagan, aged 57, farmer, widower, with his daugther Catherine, aged 20, housekeeper, both RC, born in co. Tyrone and able to read & write..
     Patrick died before 13 July 1904 in Bockets, Killishall, Tyrone, Ireland.
     His will was proved on 13 July 1904 at Patrick Hagan of Bockets, parish of Killishall, widower. Patrick Hagan, of Bockets, parish of Killishall, widower....to his daughter Catherine Hagan of Bockets his house and farm, to his daughter Mary Ann now in England 1/-, to his brother John now in Liverpool, 1/-.

Child of Patrick Hagan

Patrick Hagan

(circa 1846 - )
     Patrick Hagan was born circa 1846 He is probably the Patrick Hagan aged aged 55 with wife Annie 42, and children Felix aged 10, born c. 1891, Mary Anne 15 Bridget 13, Sarah Jane 8, Ellen 6 and Alice Kate, 4. They were residing at Munderrydoe, Pomeroy, Tyrone. In 1911 Patrickwas 64, Annie 50, daughter Mary A Hagan, was widowed! aged 25, Felix was 10, Sarah Jane 18, Alice Kate 14 and Bridget M Hughes, grand-daughter was 2; presumably Mary A's child. in Tyrone. He was the son of Felix Hagan.

Anna Sophia Hagar

( - 17 May 1863)
     Anna Sophia Hagar married John Dunbar, son of Sir Archibald Dunbar 6th Bart of Northfield and Helen Gordon Cumming, on 20 December 1825.
     Anna died on 17 May 1863.

Children of Anna Sophia Hagar and John Dunbar

Rev Frederick Haggitt

     Rev Frederick Haggitt married Merielina Sophia Cocksedge, daughter of Martin Thomas Cocksedge and Mary Susanna Le Heup, on 10 September 1846 in Fornham St Martin, Suffolk.

Mary Hague

(10 May 1782 - )
     Mary Hague was born on 10 May 1782 in Ecclesfield, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of William or Abraham Hague and Mary Rich.

William or Abraham Hague

(circa 1750? - )
     William was a teacher. William or Abraham Hague was also known as Abraham Hague in records. He was born circa 1750?.
     William or Abraham Hague married Mary Rich, daughter of John Rich, on 24 August 1778 in Ecclesfield. Wm Hague schoolmaster of this parish & Mary Rich of this parish were married in this church by banns 24 August 1778, both signed in the presence of .... & Matthew Stringer Hobson's transcript gives Abraham as his name.

Child of William or Abraham Hague and Mary Rich

Hellen Haigh

(before May 1643 - 1 October 1703)
     Hellen Haigh was also known as Helen Haigh in records. She was born before May 1643.
     Hellen Haigh married Daniel Rich, son of Daniel Rich and Mary Haugh-Haigh, on 11 May 1663 in Penistone, Yorkshire. Nupti Daniel Rich et Hellena Haigh. The marriage licence described them as Daniel Rich, yeoman 22 & Ellen Haigh, spinster, 20 of Penistone.
     Hellen Haigh and Daniel Rich were mentioned in a deed dated 23 August 1693 in Thurlstone, Penistone. Deed to lead the uses of a fine (and counterpart), Daniell Rich of Smalshaw and Hellen his wife, Josias Firth of Leader, parish of Kirkburton and Philippe Burdett of Denby agree that the fine to be levied concerning messuages in Thurlestone, High Greene and Gill Roydes shall be to the use of Daniell Rich.
     Hellen was buried on 1 October 1703 in Yorkshire, England. Hellin ye wife of Daniel Rich 1st of 10 month. Quaker Monthly meeting, Pontefact.

Children of Hellen Haigh and Daniel Rich

John Haigh

(circa 1600? - between Nov 1645 & July 1642)
     John Haigh lived at Midhope Hall. He was born circa 1600? In Midhope, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire.
     John Haigh married Elizabeth Rich, daughter of Amor Rich and Alice Burdett.
     John Haigh made a will dated 25 November 1645 in Midhope, Ecclesfield. Will of John Haigh of Middop yeoman - to be buried in church or churchyard of Bradfield - The sum of £50 remaining in (my) hands of the childs part or portion of Mary Street be raised soon as possible & paid to MY BROTHER WM RICH in discharge of the sd £50 he being also charged with 3rd child's part. Above & funeral exp being paid, remainder to be divided into 2 parts
     To my wife Elizabeth to have the one half in full satisfaction of all claims.
     To John Hobson of Dodworth & DANIEL RICH of SMALLSHAW my BROTHER IN LAW all my messuage in Silkston & lands thereto belonging now in occupation of John Swift to sell them to pay debts.
     Wife to have the education & tuition of Jonas Strete. To sd wife messuage wherein I live & the several romes in the same & also half of the outhouse & lands thereto belonging, said Elizabeth paying four marks by the year in such manner & to much use so hereafter is expressed.
     I make sd John Hobson & & Daniel Rich exors. To said exors the other half of the outhouses and lands etc in Middop afsd to hold the one half in ... & the other half in reversion after death of my sd wife paying during the life of my sd wife the sum of 26/8 to such uses as hereinafter expresssed and after the death of sd wife the sum of 53/4 to such uses as hereafter expressed.
     The sd yearly rent I give to be paid out of my lands afsd for ever for & in my discharge of a gift of 10 pounds given by widow Savage of Middop decd to be by me disposed to the uses hereafter mentioned.
     To sd John Hobson & Daniel Rich a close in Langsett called the Royde paying to John Wainwright of Middop George Sanderson of the same Wm Cooke of the same & Thomas Hattersley of the same 4 pounds to be paid one half at Pentecost & the other at St Martin the Bishop, if twenty days in arrears then ...
     I bequeath towards the maintenance of a preacher ... Middop chapel ... Several small legacies. Dated 25 Nov 1645. Signed. Witnesses John Priest, Humphrey Street, John Downend.

     John died between Nov 1645 & July 1642 in Midhope, Ecclesfield, YKS.
     His will was proved on 17 July 1652 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Proved in London 17 July 1652 by Daniel Rich the surviving executor. Probate granted the ... of the Liberty of England with admon to Daniel Rich the surviving exec.

William Haigh

(circa 1590? - after November 1645)
     William Haigh lived at Midhope, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire.
     William Haigh married Unknown Coldhill. William Haigh was born circa 1590? In Midhope, Bradfield, Yorkshire.
     William died after November 1645 in Bradfield, Yorkshire.

Child of William Haigh and Unknown Coldhill

William Hailstone

(circa 1845? - )
     William Hailstone was born circa 1845?. William and Jane were listed as the children of William Peck in the 1851 census in Pakenham.
     William Hailstone married Caroline Emma Bullett, daughter of Susan Bullett, on 3 May 1874 in Pakenham, Suffolk.

Joan Haine

(before 1570 - before 26 June 1593)
     Joan Haine was born before 1570.
     Joan Haine married Abell Poole, son of Thomas Poole and Joan Unknown, on 22 December 1588 in St Nicholas, Brighton, Sussex.
     Joan died before 26 June 1593 in Brighton. She was buried on 26 June 1593 in Brighton, Sussex.

Children of Joan Haine and Abell Poole

Mary Ann Haines

(9 April 1864 - 24 April 1941)
     Mary Ann Haines was born on 9 April 1864 in South Australia?.
     Mary Ann Haines married Charles Killigrew Dobson as his second wife, on 18 August 1890 in Dalkey, Gilbert, South Australia. They married at the residence of the bride's parents.
     Mary died on 24 April 1941 in St Peters, Adelaide, South Australia, aged 77.

Children of Mary Ann Haines and Charles Killigrew Dobson

David Hainsworth

     David Hainsworth married Hannah Briggs before 1859.

Child of David Hainsworth and Hannah Briggs

Tamar Susannah Hainsworth

(1863 - 1 February 1932)
     Tamar Susannah Hainsworth was born in 1863 in Brunswick, Victoria. She was the daughter of David Hainsworth and Hannah Briggs.
     Tamar Susannah Hainsworth married Albert Daniels, son of Isabel Daniels, in 1893 in Victoria.
     Tamar died on 1 February 1932 in Bethesda Hospital, Richmond, Victoria.

Children of Tamar Susannah Hainsworth and Albert Daniels

Gertrude/Ida de Hainult

     Gertrude/Ida de Hainult married Roger (3) de Tosny, son of Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (4) de Tosny and Adeliza/Alicia Lady of Walthamstow, before 9 August 1138.

Child of Gertrude/Ida de Hainult and Roger (3) de Tosny

Rose Haiward

     Rose Haiward married Benjamin Batt, son of John Batt and Dorothy Sturgen, in 1711 in Harleston, Suffolk.

Children of Rose Haiward and Benjamin Batt

Alfred Litton Halahan

(22 March 1828 - )
     Alfred Litton Halahan was born on 22 March 1828 in Woolwich, Kent, England. The Morning chronicle on 28 March 1828 reported: Births - On gthe 22nd instant at Woolwich, the lady of Dr Halhan, Royal Artillery, of a son.. He was the son of Dr John Wallen Halahan and Mary Anne Creighton. Alfred Litton Halahan was christened on 30 March 1828 in St Mary Magdalene, Woolwich, Kent, England.

Anne Hannan Halahan

(23 November 1864 - 10 December 1945)
     Anne Hannan Halahan was born on 23 November 1864 in Coolattin & Clonegall RD, Wicklow, Ireland. She was the daughter of Rev Christopher Halahan and Elizabeth Catherine Dobbin Halahan. Anne Hannan Halahan was christened on 12 February 1865 in Carnew, Wicklow. Anne was a nurse "at Guy's Hospital" in London.
     Anne Hannan Halahan appeared on the 1901 census in Royal Cottage Hospital, Willingham, Lincolnshire, England. Annie Halahan, Matron, single, 35, matron of institution, worker, born Ireland. She were listed as Rev Christopher Halahan's adult children in the 1911 census in Donaghmoyn, Monaghan.
     Anne Hannan Halahan and Harriet Anne Halahan were administrators of Jane Flemyng Halahan's estate, on 12 September 1928 in London, Jane Flemyng Halahan, of Blenheim, Marlborough Rd, Glenagary, co. Dublin, spinster died 20 March 1928. Adminstration was granted to her sisters Anne& Harriet.
     Anne died on 10 December 1945 in Rathdown RD, Dublin & Wicklow, Ireland, aged 81.
     Her will was proved on 13 August 1946 at Dublin, Ireland. Ann H Halahan, late of 6 Spencer Villas, Glenageary, Dublin, spinster, who died 11 Dec 1945, granted at Dublin to Henry J McCullen, bank official. Effects £26.

Lt Col Arthur Crosby Halahan OBE

(10 March 1874 - 7 December 1962)
     Arthur was nick-named Tommy. He was born on 10 March 1874 in Sydenham, Kent. He was the son of Capt Samuel Handy Halahan and Hannah Croucher Engeham. Kathleen, Constance, Henrietta, Arthur, George, John and Frederick were listed as the children of Capt Samuel Handy Halahan in the 1881 census in Thomas' Hill, Haighlands, Camberwell, Surrey, England.
     He served in the British Army from 1896. He enlisted from the militia in 1896. He served in the South African War and was employed with Mounted Infantry operations in the Orange River Colony from Dec 1 1901 to 31 May 1902. He received the Queen's Medal with four clasps. In the First World War he commanded the 1st Battalion of Essex Regt from 5 June 1916 to 24 April 1917. Afterwards he was Commandant (1) of the 29 Divisional Reinforcement Camp from 25 April 1917 to 13 July 1917...
When commanding 1st Essex he was temporary Lt Colonel, but thereafter was a Major until his retirement in 1923 when he was entitled to use the honorary rank of Lt Col. He was 2IC of the Battalion when he retired from Bordon Camp in Hampshire in 1923.
     Lt Col Arthur Crosby Halahan OBE married Audrey Theodora Agnes Kirwan on 25 May 1909 in St Mary Abbots, Kensington, London.
     Lt Col Arthur Crosby Halahan OBE appeared on the 1911 census in Curragh Military Camp, Kildare. Halahan,      Arthur Crosby, 37, Head, Captain Army Infantry, born Surrey; with son Desmond, 1, born Kildare, both Church of England, with servants. He and Audrey Theodora Agnes Kirwan were divorced in February 1930. The decree nisi was granted on 3 Feb 1930 on the grounds of his misconduct with a Miss Knight at Malborugh, near Kingsbridge. The suit was not defended..
     Arthur died on 7 December 1962 aged 88.

Child of Lt Col Arthur Crosby Halahan OBE and Audrey Theodora Agnes Kirwan

Augusta Halahan

(circa September 1847 - 1 December 1847)
     Augusta Halahan was born circa September 1847. She was the daughter of Dr John Wallen Halahan and Henrietta Brownrigg.
     Augusta died on 1 December 1847 in Gibraltar. She was buried in December 1847 in Sandpits cemetery, Gibraltar. Augusta Halahan, died 1st December 1847, aged 3 months, the daughter of Dr. Halahan.

Augusta Frederica Halahan

(before 1795 - )
     Augusta Frederica Halahan was born before 1795 in Ireland. She was the daughter of John Halahan and Mary Handy.
     Augusta Frederica Halahan married John Burke Fitzsimons on 7 October 1815 in St Peter, Dublin, Ireland. On 20 February 1850 Augusta Frederica Halahan leased property to George Augustus Frederick Halahan in Rathmines, St Peter's parish, Dublin. Indenture of lease 20 Feb 1850: between Jane Armstrong Halahan of Gulistan, executor of Mary Halahan, widow, deceased ... Dorothea Dopping Halahan, & Lucy Halahan spinsters of Gulistan & ... Augusta Frederica Fitzsimons of Gulistan, widow ... re land of Cullenswood now called Gulistan.
Indenture of lease, same date between 1) Jane Armstrong Halahan, administrator of Mary Halahan, widow, Dorothea Dopping & Lucy Halahan; 2) Augusta Frances Fitzsimons, widow; 3) George Augustus Frederick Halahan of St Stephens Green, MD; whereby 1 & 2 let to 3 Cullenswood or Gulistan ... Mosopher Cottage build by Augusta Frederick Fitzsimon & Aubrey Cottage now in the possession of Mr Robert Halahan for 82 years

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Child of Augusta Frederica Halahan and John Burke Fitzsimons

Bruce Crosby Halahan

(1 December 1925 - February 2005)
     Bruce Crosby Halahan was born on 1 December 1925 in Alverstoke, Gosport, Hampshire. He was the son of Capt Frederick John Crosby Halahan and Agatha Katherine Rose Close.
     Bruce Crosby Halahan served in the military as part of the Royal Navy between 1942 and 1945.
     He served in the Metropoltan Police, Colonial Police 1949-1960 and S... in Malaysia 1965 to 1973.
     Bruce was a family historian.
     Bruce died in February 2005 in Ipswich, Suffolk, aged 79.

Carina May Halahan

(27 May 1909 - 22 December 1990)
     Carina May Halahan was born on 27 May 1909 in Southsea, Hampshire. She was the daughter of Lt Cdr Robert Crosby Halahan and Gwladys Mabel Gwatkin-Williams.
     She was the Commandant VAD at Hasler RN Hospital. She was unmarried.. Carina May Halahan was honoured in the New Years List as Carena May Halahan, Associate of the Royal Red Cross (ARRC) - Royal Navy in 1946.
     Carina died on 22 December 1990 in Hampshire, aged 81.

Catherine Sampson Halahan

(before 1845 - )
     Catherine Sampson Halahan was born before 1845. She was the daughter of Dr Richard Newton Christophilus Halahan and Alice Mary Smyth.
     Catherine Sampson Halahan married Vernon Lloyd on 12 November 1861 in St Mary's, Shandon, Cork, Ireland.