Dr Richard Newton Christophilus Halahan

(before 6 January 1793 - 13 July 1854)
     Dr Richard Newton Christophilus Halahan was born before 6 January 1793 in Marlboro' St, Dublin. He was the fourth son of John Halahan, MD of Dublin. He was christened on 6 January 1793 in St Audeon, Dublin. Richard Newton Christophilus, son of John & Mary Hallahan of Marlboro Street. He was the son of John Halahan and Mary Handy.
     He served in the 25th Regiment of Foot between 1812 and 1816. He entered the 25th Regiment on 12 March 1812, (aged 17) without purchase, becoming Lieutenant on 24 May 1815. He was reduced to half pay 25 April 1816 being desirous of service but for ill health and had spent the last five years in France. He had served 5 years on full pay and 12 years & 3 months of half pay.
During his time in the 25th Foot, he served as leader of the detachment which garrisoned Holy Island Castle. He only served there for a few weeks as a young ensign (10.10.1812 – 25.10.1812) but it was during the regiment’s time stationed at Berwick. He was in command of one sergeant, one drummer, and 20 men for the first week, with ten men returning to Berwick in the second week.
     Richard matriculated at the King's Inns, Dublin, in 1816.
     Richard matriculated at Trinity College, Dublin, on 5 June 1820. He received a BA in 1824.
     Richard resided at France, from 1824 to 1829.
R N C Halahan, de Erysipelate graduated as Doctor of Medicine at Edinburgh - from Ireland. (The next name is Samuel W Hardy!).
Dr Richard Newton Christophilus Halahan married Alice Mary Smyth on 17 December 1831 in the Archdeaconry of Lewes, Sussex. Richard was a medical doctor in Dublin, Ireland, between 1839 and 1847. In the 1839 directory of Dublin he was listed at Dr Richard Halanan (sic) at 52 Lower Sackville Street. In 1847 he won the triennial prize of £300 offered by Sir Astley Cooper, for the best essay on the "Uses and structures of the supra-renal capsules". The Hobarton Guardian (Tas, 12 Feb 1848) added Dr Halahan is the son of the late Professor Halahan of the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland..
The Triennial prize of £300 founded by the late Sir Anthony/Astley/Ashley? Cooper, Bart, has been awarded by the physicians and surgens of Guy's Hopsiital to Dr Richard Halahan, for his essay;"On the uses and structdure of the superrenal capsule"'..
     Dr Richard Newton Christophilus Halahan made a will dated 7 January 1854 in Somerset, England. Will of Richard Newton Christophilus Halahan, M. D. House Surgeon to the Somerset County Lunatic Asylum near Wells.
     Richard died on 13 July 1854 in Carriglass, Berehaven, Cork. at Carriglass, Berehaven, at the residence of his nephew, the Rev John Halahan, Richard N C Halahan, Esq., N D, Lieutenant of half pay of her Majersty's 25th? Foot.
     His will was proved on 29 March 1855 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Will of Richard Newton Christophilus Halahan, MD, House Surgeon to the Somerset County Lunatic Asylum near Wells . His executor was Augustus Tredwith Halahan of Dublin, He mentions his brother Thomas Halahan. brother George Halahan, Mary Carey? ... to be transcribed.

Child of Dr Richard Newton Christophilus Halahan and Alice Mary Smyth

Child of Dr Richard Newton Christophilus Halahan

Richard Parker Halahan

(17 July 1783 - before 1 May 1784)
     Richard Parker Halahan was christened on 17 July 1783 in St Bride's, Dublin. He was the son of John Halahan and Mary Handy.
     Richard died before 1 May 1784 in Dublin, Ireland. He was buried on 1 May 1784 in St Paul, King St North, Dublin.

Richard Robert Crosby Halahan

(18 April 1909 - 24 January 1980)
     Richard Robert Crosby Halahan was born on 18 April 1909 in Billingshurst, Surrey. He was the son of Samuel Crosby Halahan and Maud Ethel Galton.
     Richard resided at Littlecroft, Chiddingfold, Surrey, 1931. Richard was an architect. RIBA 1933 (no. 5227).
Richard Robert Crosby Halahan married Mary Dorothy Shepherd on 22 July 1940.
     Richard died on 24 January 1980 in Surrey aged 70.

Richard Sargent Halahan

(2 April 1868 - 9 October 1891)
     Richard Sargent Halahan was born on 2 April 1868 in the Glebe, Castletown, Cork. He was the son of Dean John Halahan and Harriette Sargent.
     Richard matriculated at Trinity College, Dublin, on 20 October 1888. Richard was a civil engineer.
     Richard died of chronic Bright's disease aente tuberculosis & pulmonary odima TB on 9 October 1891 in Castletown Bere, Castletown RD, Cork, Ireland, aged 23. He was described as a clergy man's son, bachelor, aged 23. His father John Halahan was present at death. He was buried in St Killian's cemetery, Castletownbere, Cork.

Robert Arthur Crosby Halahan

(8 May 1908 - January 1998)
     Robert was nick-named Peter. He was born on 8 May 1908 in Portsmouth RD, Hampshire. He was the son of Lt Cdr Robert Crosby Halahan and Gwladys Mabel Gwatkin-Williams.
Robert Arthur Crosby Halahan married Jean Gordon Mathers on 24 November 1934.
     Robert died in January 1998 in Hillingdon RD, Middlesex, aged 89.

Child of Robert Arthur Crosby Halahan and Jean Gordon Mathers

Lt Cdr Robert Crosby Halahan

(5 April 1885 - circa 1 June 1916)
     Lt Cdr Robert Crosby Halahan was commonly known as Bob. He was born on 5 April 1885 in Dulwich, Camberwell RD, Surrey. He was the son of Capt Samuel Handy Halahan and Hannah Croucher Engeham.
     Robert was educated at Dulwich College, Surrey.
     Robert served in the Royal Navy Midshipman RN 30 Sep 1901, Sub Lt 30 Nov 1904, Lt 30 Nov 1905, HMS Bonaventure 1909, Lt Commander 30 Nov 1913. He joined the RN and became a submariner after training between 1906 and 1909. He lost his life along with all hands of HM Submarine E18 when it was lost in the Baltic. It appears that he qualified as a pilot on 24th December 1913 in a Bristol aircraft, certificate number 718 issued at Salisbury Plain.
I wonder, then, if he served with the RNAS whilst awaiting for his first command, Submarine D2, which was completed in the early days of the war at Barrow. See Wikipedia entry for HMS E18 for further details.
Darren Brown wrote: ... photo from a book called The Forgotten Flotilla, published by the Royal Navy Submarine Museum. Other photos of him also belong to the museum.This book is the memoirs of Robert's navigating officer Leslie Ashmore who talks a lot of him, it also describes their terrifying break though to the Baltic under the Germans nose. The whole time E18 was in the Baltic working with the Russian Fleet the commander of the British submarine E8, which was also there, kept a very detailed diary held by the Imperial War Museum. Robert was a very superstitious man, before E18 sailed on her last patrol he had his palm read, he was told he was in grave danger, from here he went to a British diplomats wife and said that if anything happens can she send a message to his wife before she received the official naval telegram, this wish carried out before the official admin date of 11-6-1916. My great grandfather for some unknown reason didn't sail on E18 that day and was replaced by the telegraphist from E8, my great grandfather became known as a good luck charm in which all the commanders wanted him on their subs, he had been with Robert Halahan from when E18 was being built and only missed this last patrol from 1901.
The marriage of Lt Cdr Robert Crosby Halahan and Gwladys Mabel Gwatkin-Williams was registered in Christ Church, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, in the 6 July 1907 quarter.
He received his aviator's certificate: Lieut. Robert Crosby Halahan, R.N. (Bristol Biplane, Bristol School, Salisbury Plain). Dec. 24th, 1913. Lt Cdr Robert Crosby Halahan was widowed circa 1 June 1916 on the death of his wife Lt Cdr Robert Crosby Halahan. His death was mentioned in a memorial in Chiddingfold, Sussex. His memorial in Chiddingfold church reads: On 23 May Lt Cdr Robert Halahan fired a torpedo which found the destroyer V100. The result was that the destroyer's bow was blown clean away; nevertheless, good seamanship enabled her to limp back to harbour. The next day E18 was lost without trace. It is presumed that she was lost to a mine. Lieutenant Commander Robert Crosbie Halahan, RN, is also commemorated on the Roll of Honour of Christ Church, in Cheltenham: Capt Henry Crosby Halahan Royal Navy. H.M.S. "President." Age: 34 , Date of Death: 23/04/1918; Awards: D S O; Officer of the Legion D'honneur. Croix de Guerre Avec Palme et Etoile (France). Order of the Crown of Italy. Order of Leopold II. (Belgium). Son of Colonel and Mrs. Samuel Handy Halahan, of Sydenham Hill, Surrey; husband of Brenda Cecil Halahan, of Old Pickhurst, Chiddingfold, Surrey. Buried at sea, on 25th April, 1918, off the S. Goodwins. Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: 27. Memorial: CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL.
     His will was proved on 16 September 1916 at PPR. Robert Crosby Halahan of Malvern House, Stubbington,near Fareham, Hampshire, Lt Commander, RN, died 11 June 1916 at sea. Probate to Gwladys Mabel Halahan, widow, and Samuel Crosby Halahan, gentleman. Effects £5851.

Children of Lt Cdr Robert Crosby Halahan and Gwladys Mabel Gwatkin-Williams

Dr Robert Edwin Halahan

(4 October 1878 - 25 February 1962)
     Dr Robert Edwin Halahan was born on 4 October 1878 in Berehaven, Cork. He was the son of Dean John Halahan and Harriette Sargent.
Dictionary of Irish Latin American Biography: Boyle [née Jones], Kathleen [Catalina] (1869-1941), headmistress and educationist, was born on 18 October 1869 at 54 Rathgar Road, Dublin, the daughter of Francis P Jones, a civil engineer who worked in the General Valuation office, and Elizabeth Dowling, both with Church of Ireland background.
Kathleen was sent to England to study literature in the university of Cambridge. Her father died in 1886 and the family emigrated to Rio de Janeiro, where she taught English, music and arts in the Colegio Americano Brasileiro. A yellow fever outbreak forced them to travel to Argentina. Their cousins John and Robert Hallahan, sons of the Rev John Hallahan of Castletown, Berehaven (Co. Cork), were physicians in the British Hospital of Buenos Aires, and in 1891 received Kathleen’s mother and her four children
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     Robert matriculated at Trinity College, Dublin, in 1900. MCh, MD 20 Dec 1903? Robert was a surgeon in St Stephen's Hospital, Dublin, from 1903 to 1963.
Dr Robert Edwin Halahan was listed in a directory dated between 1911 and 1951 at Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Dr Robert Edwin Halahan married Lydia Margarita Hearne on 16 April 1912 in Buenos Aires.
Dr Robert Edwin Halahan emigrated from Southampton on 24 May 1912 to Buenos Aires. Mr & Mrs R Halahan travelled on the Avon..
Dr Robert Edwin Halahan married secondly Sarah Thompson. Robert was a surgeon in Buenos Aires after 1925. He travelled to Argentina -
Halahan Robert Irish 1925/02/25 Southampton Almanzora 1 CEMLA II 547 Non Catholic - 46 w physician
Halahan Robert Edwin Irish 1926/05/17 Rio de Janeiro Asturias 1 CEMLA II 1069 Non Catholic - 47 w surgeon
Halahan Robert Edwin Irish 1927/11/28 Southampton Asturias 1 CEMLA II 1121 Non Catholic - 49 m physician.
     Robert died on 25 February 1962 in Buenos Aires aged 83.

Children of Dr Robert Edwin Halahan and Lydia Margarita Hearne

Robert Handy Halahan

(say 1830 - 6 April 1901)
     Robert Handy Halahan was also known as Robert Harty Halahan in records. He was born say 1830. He was the son of George Augustus Frederick Halahan and Jane Fleming.
He may be the Robert Halahan from Stephens Green, Dublin, who was listed in the "Missing Friends" section of the Argus newspaper in Melbourne Nov 1853.
     In George Augustus Frederick Halahan's will dated 9 January 1863 in 29 Harcourt St, Dublin, Robert Handy Halahan was named as heir.
Robert Handy Halahan married Sarah Boyd (Shepherd) on 25 July 1867 in the residence of George Lees, Port Augusta, South Australia.
Robert Handy Halahan was listed in a directory dated 1881 as Robert Halahan, carter at Port Augusta.
     Robert died on 6 April 1901 in Port Augusta, South Australia. Robert Handy aged 71.

Robert Ian Halahan

(6 April 1950 - 16 July 2007)
     Robert Ian Halahan was born on 6 April 1950 at his mother's home in Kilgreaney, Carlow, Ireland. He was the son of Dr Robert Michael Halahan and Marie Julie Thorp.
     Robert died on 16 July 2007 in Galway, Galway, aged 57.

Capt Robert John Halahan

(26 January 1827 - 9 June 1863)
     Capt Robert John Halahan was born on 26 January 1827 in Ghazipur (Ghazeepore), Bengal Presidency, India. He was the son of Robert Richard Halahan and Sophia Gibbs. Capt Robert John Halahan was christened on 11 February 1827 in Ghazipur (Ghazeepore), Bengal Presidency.
     Robert matriculated at Trinity College, Dublin, on 12 January 1844.
     He served as an Army officer| In the 1845 and 1847 Army lists, Robert Halahan is an Ensign in the 18th Royal Irish Regiment of Foot having enlisted on 17 May 1844. He was made Lieutenant 1 Jan 1849 and transferred to the 24th Foot 15 Jan 1849, 2nd Battalion Warwickshires. He was Captain in the 24th Foot from 21 July 1857. He served in Lahore c. 1850. Resigned his commission 25 Nov 1861. from 17 May 1844.
He is mentioned in the will of his grandfather John Gibbs who died in India in 1848, but is not found in the 1881 census of England.
Capt Robert John Halahan served in the military 24th Foot, Lt Robert Halahan to be Captain, without purchase, vice Greenshill, deceased. on 22 July 1857.
     Robert died of fever on 9 June 1863 in Kingstown, Ireland, aged 36. Karen Fulford has a photograph on Ancestry. He was buried on 12 June 1863 in St Paul, Dublin. Robert John Halahan of Kingstown, aged 36.

Dr Robert Michael Halahan

(3 October 1914 - 4 February 1996)
     Dr Robert Michael Halahan was commonly known as Bob. Dr Robert Michael Halahan was also known as Robert Miguel in records. He was born on 3 October 1914 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He was the son of Dr Robert Edwin Halahan and Lydia Margarita Hearne.
     Robert was educated at Downside School, Bath, Somerset, England.
     Robert matriculated at Trinity College, Dublin, on 19 January 1932. BA, BCh. Bao, Dublin 1940.
Dr Robert Michael Halahan married Marie Julie Thorp on 2 April 1942 in Carlow, Ireland.
Dr Robert Michael Halahan was listed in a directory dated between 1943 and 1951 as His address was given as C/- Bank of Ireland.
Dr Robert Michael Halahan was listed in a directory dated 1955 at Dar-es-Salaam, Tanganyika, Africa. Robert was government medical officer in Moshe, Tanganyika, in 1959. Robert was LM in Rotunda Hospital, Dublin, Ireland, in 1986.
     Robert resided at Oughterard, Galway, Ireland.
     Robert died on 4 February 1996 aged 81.

Child of Dr Robert Michael Halahan and Marie Julie Thorp

Robert Reeves Halahan

(1893 - 3 July 1915)
     Robert Reeves Halahan was commonly known as Reeves. He was born in 1893 in Edenhope, Victoria. He was the son of Dr Samuel Handy Halahan and May Sarah Sophia Collins.
Robert Reeves Halahan served in the military in the AIF between 1914 and 1915. On his enlistment 18 Sep 1914 he was aged 21, chainman to surveyor, son of Dr S H Halahan, Edenhope and signed Reeves Halahan. He served in the 8th Light Horse Regiment. His name is located at panel 6 in the Commemorative Area at the Australian War Memorial.Service number: 126; Rank: Trooper; Unit: 8th Australian Light Horse Regiment; Australian Imperial Force. Death 03 July 1915. Place of Death: Cairo War Memorial Cemetery, Egypt. Source: AWM145 Roll of Honour cards, 1914-1918 War, Army.
Pte. HALAHAN. LAMEROO, July 9.— Flags were hoisted half-mast this morning when the news was received that the eldest son of Dr. Halahan, who has just arrived to take over the practice of Dr. Dunstone, had been killed at the Dardanelles. The young man was only 21 years of age, and went away with the Victorian battalion.
     Reeves died of wounds received in action - septic poisoning from a compound fracture of the tibia. PRIVATE REEVES HALAHAN (killed) was the son of Dr. Halahan, late of Edenhope. He was apprenticed to Mr A. G. Hill, in Coleraine, when the latter was shire engineer. He was 21 years of age.
The local newspaper reported: THE AUSTRALIANS. BIOGRAPHICAL. South Australia. Pte HALAHAN. LAMEROO, July 9.— Flags were hoisted half-mast this morning when the news was received that the eldest son of Dr. Halahan, who has just arrived to take over the practice of Dr Dunstone, had been killed at the Dardanelles. The young man was only 21 years of age, and went away with the Victorian battalion on 3 July 1915 in No. 1 General Hospital, Heliopolis, Greece.

Robert Richard Halahan

(31 December 1795 - 12 January 1842)
     Robert Richard Halahan was also known as Richard Robertus Halahan in records. He was born on 31 December 1795 in Dublin, Ireland. He was the son of John Halahan and Mary Handy.
     He served in the 80th Regiment from 23 July 1812. He enlisted as an ensign on 23 July 1812 without purchase of his commission. He was promoted to Lieutenant on 25 August 1815. He was placed on half pay from October 1817 on the reduction of the Regiment on return from India. However the name was given as Richard Robertus, so could be Richard of Passage, Cork. more work required..
     Robert Richard Halahan travelled in 1817 per the "He may be the Lt Halahan who left on the Lucy Maria from Madras to England on 23 May 1817".
     He served in the 44th Regiment after 14 February 1822. He enlisted in Dublin and was made quartermaster in the 44th Regiment. The Regiment proceeded to India under the command of Colonel Morrison in the Honourable East India Company's ships "Wichelsea", "Warren Hastings" and "Dorsetshire". He served in the East Indies from Dec 1817 to Sep 1817 [sic], then Nov 1832 [sic] to 31 Dec 1829. Robert Richard Halahan was listed in Hart's New army list in 1843 along with J Wallon Halahan, MD, and Richard Newton Christopher Halahan. However his name was not listed on the relevant page - the 44th Regiment (East Essex).
Robert Richard Halahan married Sophia Gibbs, daughter of John Gibbs and Mercy Smith, on 20 September 1823 in Dinapore, Bengal Presidency, India.
     Robert Richard Halahan made a will dated 25 September 1831. Richared Robert otherwise Robert Halahan: ...Robert Halahan now a Lieutenant in HM service and Quarter Master of His Majesty's 44th Regiment of Foot...
     Robert died during the retreat from Kabul in the first Afghan War on 12 January 1842 in Jugdulluck Pass, Afghanistan, aged 46. Only 5 men who had been wounded earlier and were in hospital survived from the Regiment. Quartermaster Robertus Richard Halahan - 44th Foot - killed at Jugdulluk Pass, 12th January 1842. Served at Aracan, 1825.
The Times on 17 August 1842 reported on the retreat from Cabul: We have been favoured with the following melancholy account of the death of the greater part of the officers of the 44th Regiment, previous to and during the disastrous retreat from Cabul. ... The account was dated 3 June ... Lieutenant and quartermaster Halahan has been wounded in the shoulder by a ball some time before leaving Cabul, but left it with the regiment; he was riding in the rear with Lt Dodgin as far as Jugdaluck, and there they advanced again at 8 o'clock p.m. I saw him with the remains of the corps after they had gone about two miles on the Jellalabad road. I saw his body lying, together with that of Lt Dodgin, on the snow on the road, partially covered with a cloak, which was saturated with blood, and was to all appearance dead.
A tablet has been erected in Alverstoke church, near Gosport to the memory of the officers and soldiers of the 44th Regiment who fell in the Afghan war. Over it are hung the colours of that ill fated regiments. The following is the inscription: - Sacred to the memory of ... Leiutenant and Quarter Master R R Halahan ...who fell upon the field of battle in the disastrous Affghan war of 1841 and 1842. They sank with arms in their hands, unconquered, but overpowered by the united horrors of climate, treachery and barbarous warfare.
     His will was proved on 3 December 1846 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Will of Robert or Richard Robertus Halahan, Lieutenant in His Majesty's Service and Quarter Master of His Majesty's 44th Regiment of Foot of Caronpore [Cawnpore], East Indies.

Children of Robert Richard Halahan and Sophia Gibbs

Samaurez de Bourdieu Halahan

(3 August 1867 - 5 July 1926)
     Samaurez de Bourdieu Halahan was born on 3 August 1867 in Dublin, St Andrew's, Ireland. He was the son of Dr Henry Samuel Halahan and Frances Catherine Bourne. Samaurez de Bourdieu Halahan was christened on 11 September 1867 in St Nicholas Without & St Luke, Dublin.
Samaurez de Bourdieu Halahan served in the military in the Prince of Wales Leinster Regiment - becoming a Corporal. He joined on the 8 September 1885 aged 18 years and 1 month - therefore born circa August 1867 between September 1885 and 1889.
Samaurez de Bourdieu Halahan married Margaret Mary Reid in 1895.
     Samaurez died on 5 July 1926 in Bergen, New Jersey, USA, aged 58. He was killed by a train when it crashed into a fire truck on which he was riding. The family story was that he was a fireman and was hanging on the back of the fire truck when they tried to beat the train when responding to a fire. According to the family story, the fire truck made it across the tracks, but he got hit off the back of it and was killed.

Children of Samaurez de Bourdieu Halahan and Margaret Mary Reid

Samuel Crosby Halahan

(23 April 1869 - 17 February 1936)
     Samuel Crosby Halahan was also known as Crosby in records. He was born on 23 April 1869 in Forest Hill, Sydenham, Kent. He was the son of Capt Samuel Handy Halahan and Hannah Croucher Engeham. Samuel Crosby Halahan was christened on 4 June 1869 in St John the Evangelist, East Dulwich, Surrey.
     Samuel Crosby Halahan and Ellen Lucy Halahan were recorded on the 1881 census. Hannah Crosby, head, widow, 71, dividends born Hastings, Ssx; with Samuel C Halahan, 11, nephew, born Forest Hill, Kent with for 4 servants and a visitor Ellen L Halahan, 49, domestic nurse, born East Indies.
     Samuel matriculated at Corpus Christi in 1889 and was awarded Bacheor of Arts in 1892. He trained as a doctor and suffered from paralysis.
Samuel Crosby Halahan married Maud Ethel Galton on 14 July 1897 in St Paul's, Upper Norwood, Surrey. On the 14tth July at St Paul's Upper Norwood, by the Rev H Stevens, MA, vicar of Holy Trinity, Sydenham, assisted by Rev R B Ransford, MA, vicar of St Paul's; Crosby Halahan of Leigh Manor, Cuckfield, Sussex, eldest son of hte late Col. S H Halahan, of Haighlands, Sydenham Hill, to Maud Ethel, second daughter of John H Galton, MD (Lond), of Chunan[?]. Sylvan Road, Upper Norwood. China papers, please copy.
     Samuel Crosby Halahan and Maud Ethel Galton were recorded on the 1901 census in Cuckfield, Sussex. Samuel C Halahan, aged 31, living on own means, born Forest Hill, with his wife Maud E 28 born Norwood, Sry and children Frederick J C 2 and Margaret M 9 months, both born at Cuckfield.
Samuel Crosby Halahan and Kathleen Mary Halahan witnessed James Henry Baker and Constance Maud Halahan's wedding on 10 July 1901 in St Mary, Chiddingfold, Surrey.
     Samuel Crosby Halahan was recorded on the 1911 census.
     Samuel and Maud resided at Littlecroft, Chiddingfold, Surrey, 1929.
     Samuel and Maud resided at Chiddingfold, Surrey, 1931.
MACHINE THAT BREATHES FOR SICK MAN. I have just talked with a man by whose bedside stands a machine that breathes for him. The man is Mr. S. Crosby Halahan, who, day and night for nearly two years, has been kept alive by artificial respiration. First they applied it by air; now they use a water-driven apparatus. I found him lying in a shady room on the ground floor on a house that nestles in the heart of Surrey's woodlands, two miles from the village of Chiddingfold (writes a special correspondent of the London "Daily Express"), The bedroom of this painfully wasted but indomitably plucky man of 63 overlooks a well-kept rose garden and a rich green lanni. A pretty fair haired girl - his daughter showed me to his presence. Mr. Halahan was rest ing. But the silence of the room was broken by the rhythmic beat of a strange-looking machine connected by a rubber tube to his chest. "Very interesting, isn't it," said Mr. Hnlahan, suddenly looking up, "and all worked by hydraulic water power. If it stopped I should not be able to last two minutes unless they come to my aid. That is why I have ¡L nurse during the night and my family during the day always close at hand.".
     His will was proved in 1936.
     Samuel died on 17 February 1936 aged 66.

Children of Samuel Crosby Halahan and Maud Ethel Galton

Samuel Handy Halahan

(16 August 1834 - 23 September 1919)
     Samuel Handy Halahan was born on 16 August 1834 in 11 York St, Dublin, Ireland. He is not mentioned in the 1868 will of Dorothea Halahan who mentions his sister and twin brother. He was the son of Dr Samuel Handy Halahan and Anne Hannan. Samuel Handy Halahan was christened on 14 September 1834 in St Nicholas Without, Dublin.
Samuel Handy Halahan was listed in a directory dated from 1854 to 1877 as Samuel Henry Halahan, L.R.C.S.I. (and accoucher) at 29 Harcourt St, Dublin. This is the same address as George A.F., Thomas & Hickman. Colleges: School of medicine & surgery: R.C.S.I. Licentiates residing in Ireland - Halahan, S H, 12 St Stephens Green, Dublin. Samuel was a surgeon in the Royal Artillery from 1855 to 1874. He was assistant surgeon, Ordnance Medical Department 28 July 1855, staff surgeon 2 Sep 1868, A.M.D., S.M. 2 Sep 1868, retired on half pay 29 Jan 1874. Born 16 Aug 1834, temporary assistant surgeon O.M.D. 4 May 1855.
The London gazette reported on the 10 & 31 August 1855 that he was promoted to be Assistant-Surgeon.
Samuel Handy Halahan was listed in a directory dated 1868 as Samuel Handy Halahan, Royal Artillery, Assistant surgeon.
Samuel Handy Halahan was listed in a directory dated 1870 as Samuel Handy Halahan, Staff surgeon, Army in the medical officers of the Army etc. in the medical directory, but not in the main list.
Samuel Handy Halahan married Emma Sarah Sophia Halahan, daughter of George Augustus Frederick Halahan and Jane Fleming, on 11 May 1874 in Carlow. She was the widow of Shem de Bourdieu.
Samuel Handy Halahan was listed in a directory dated 1877 as Samuel Hardy Halahan Esq at 'Glenagara', Glenageary, Monkstown, Dublin.
Samuel Handy Halahan was listed in a directory dated 1885 as Samuel H Halahan, surgeon at 'Blenheim', Marlborough Rd, Kingstown, Monkstown, Dublin.
Samuel Handy Halahan was listed in a directory dated 1900 as Surgeon-major, AMD (ret.) at Dublin, Ireland.
     Samuel Handy Halahan and Emma Sarah Sophia Halahan were recorded on the 1911 census in 11 Marborough Rd, Kingstown, Monkstown, Dublin. Samuel H Halahan, head, 76, surgeon, Major, Army, retired, married 36 years, no children, born co. Dublin; Emma S S, wife, 68, ditto; with two lady boarders (Henrietta M Marthy, 75, blind, and Caroline Towers 66) living on dividends and a general servant Ellen Knowles. They lived in a 10 roomed house.
     Samuel died on 23 September 1919 in Kingstown, Monkstown Dublin, aged 85. Samuel Handy Halahan, at Blenheim, Glenageary? married, 85, surgeon major, Army, informant D L Halahan, present at death. He was buried in Deansgrange cemetery, Blackrock, Dublin.

Samuel Handy Halahan

(12 August 1898 - 2 February 1942)
     Samuel was nick-named Paddy. He was born on 12 August 1898 in Edenhope, Victoria. He was the son of Dr Samuel Handy Halahan and May Sarah Sophia Collins. Samuel Handy Halahan was registered in the between 1921 and 1928 electoral roll with Dr Samuel Handy Halahan and May Sarah Sophia Collins. Sameul Handy Halahan, jun. student.
He applied for work with the Australian government on 15 August 1928, stating that he had 6 1/2 years general banking experience and had previously been employed in the Commonwealth Lighthouse Service, SS Ladyloch, as a wireless operator (from 8 Jan 1927 to 30 Feb 1928). He was not currently employed and had not served in the military. He was unmarried and looking for clerical work. It was signed S Halahan, Springvale Victoria. Samuel Handy Halahan was registered in the between 1931 and 1934 electoral roll with Dr Samuel Handy Halahan and May Sarah Sophia Collins. Samuel Handy Halahan was registered in the between 1936 and 1937 electoral roll with May Sarah Sophia Collins.
     Samuel died on 2 February 1942 in 23 Balmoral Ave, Springvale, Victoria, aged 43. The Melbourne Argus announced: HALAHAN.- On February 2, at his residence, 23 Balmoral avenue, Springvale, Samuel Handy, dearly loved son of Mrs and the late Dr S H Halaban aged 43 years.
The Dandenong journal 4 Feb 1942
announced: Spring Vale. The Passing Of “Paddy” Halahan. THERE were many sad hearts in Spring Vale on Monday morning, when news of the death of genial Samuel Handy Halahan —“Paddy” to
his friends —'became known. Deceased, who was the son of Mrs and the late Dr. S. H. Halahan, of 23 Balmoral Av., Spring Vale, was only 43 years of age. He has been seriously ill since Christmas, and death intervened at his home on February 2nd.
“Paddy” was a great favorite in Spring Vale, his sincerity of purpose, humanitarian actions and kindly nature endearing him to all. Possessed of a high sense of Christian duty, he was an excellent citizen, and one whom everybody was proud to welcome as a friend. In business, social life and sport he was always the same, cheerful, friendly and helpful.
Of him it can be truly, said that he played the game always. Many will miss his cheery greeting as he passed by.
The sorrow of Mrs Halahan and her son, Christy, is shared by the whole community, for “Paddy” had a heart of gold. He was a‘ member of the Church of England vestry and reverently served his church. There was a large attendance at
the funeral yesterday, and the coffin was covered with floral tributes, many of them from public bodies with
which deceased had been associated The pall-bearers were Messrs J. Chambers, J. Neilson, G. Hayman, W.
Early, W. A. C. Norris and J. Fleming. Rev. R. E. O. Finger read the burial service, and the remains were
interred. in the Church of England portion of the Spring Vale cemetery. W. J. Garnar & Sons attended to
the funeral arrangements.
. He was buried on 3 February 1942 in The Necropolis, Springvale.
     The administration of his estate was granted on 22 April 1942 at Victoria. Samuel W HALAHAN; Occupation: News Agt Asst; Residence: Springvale. On the 20th Feb the Argus newspaper announced: After 14 days application will be made to the Supreme Court of Victoria that Letters of Administration of the estate of SAMUEL HANDY HALAHAN late of 23 Balmoral Avenue Springvale, Victoria, newsagents assistant deceased Intestate mav be granted to Christopher Halahan farmer of the the same address being a brother of the said deceased.

Capt Samuel Handy Halahan

(23 July 1835 - 29 March 1897)
      When he or his sons were granted arms, he was described as: Samuel Handy Halahan, Esq., Colonel late
44th Regt., and 5th Batt. Roy. Fus.
The arms: HALAHAN (H. Coll.) Azure, a lion rampant argent, and in chief two ancient harps. Mantling azure
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of two battleaxes in saitire proper, a cubit arm vested azure, cuSed argent, holding in the hand a sword in bend sinister proper.
. Capt Samuel Handy Halahan was born on 23 July 1835 in Fort William, Calcutta, Bengal Presidency, India. He was the son of Robert Richard Halahan and Sophia Gibbs. Capt Samuel Handy Halahan was christened on 18 October 1835 in St Peter's, Fort William, Calcutta.
He was raised by the Crosby family in Surrey, England. He had 11 children and all 7 boys had Crosby as a second name.
     He served as an officer in the Army from 1855 to 1868. On 1 May 1855, at 20 he entered the Army as ensign in the 39th Foot without purchase being neither a cadet nor RMC trained. He then transferred to the Ceylon Rifles on 4 July 1855. He became a Lieutenant on 30 March 1858 without purchase & on 29 October 1858 he exchanged to join the 44tth Foot. He retired by sale of his commission on 13 February 1868 when the Regiment was at Kilkenny.
He served in the UK from 1 May 1855 to 24 Dec 1855, in Ceylon from 25 Dec 1855 to 8 March 1858, then home again from 9 March 1858 to 27 Jan 1862, then to the East Indies from 28 Jan 1862 to 9 June 1864 and back in the UK between 10 June 1864 and 13 Feb 1868.
Capt Samuel Handy Halahan married Hannah Croucher Engeham on 18 June 1868 in Durham House, Forest Hill, St Giles, Camberwell, Surrey. Married by special licence. The marriage was registered in the church of St Michael, Stockwell.
     Samuel served in the Royal Navy He was an officer.
     Capt Samuel Handy Halahan was recorded on the 1871 census in Sydenham, Kent, England. Samuel H Halahan, 35, born Calcutta, India; Hannah wife, aged 24, born Camberwell, Samuel C, 1, born Forest Hill, Sry, Kathleen M, 0 born Sydenham, Sophia Halahan, mother, aged 62, born Culpee, India, Ellen L, Emma Hayward, Harriette Hunt, Rebecca Mumford, servants..
Capt Samuel Handy Halahan served in the military The London gazette reported: 4th or Royal South Middlesex: Samuel Handy Halahan, late Lieutenant 44th Foot, to be Captain. Dated 1 June 1874 on 12 June 1874.
     Samuel resided at 'Haighlands', Forest Hill, Surrey, between 1879 and 1880. Capt Samuel Handy Halahan, gentleman was as a share-holder or partner in a Union Bank of London supplement to the London gazette of 25 Feb 1880 and 26 Feb 1879.
     He served served in the Infantry between 1881 and 1885. The London gazette reported: 5th Battalion, the Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment), Captain Samuel Handy Halahan is granted the honorary rank of Major. Dated 16 Nov 1881; and again: 5th Battalion, the Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment), Captain & honorary Major Samuel handy Halahan to be Major. Dated 21st March 1885.
     Capt Samuel Handy Halahan and Hannah Croucher Engeham were recorded on the 1881 census in Thomas' Hill, Haighlands, Camberwell, Surrey, England. Samuel H. Halahan, married, 45, born East Indies, Captain Navy (Seaman), wife Hannah Halahan, 34 born Camberwell, Surrey and their children Kathleen W Halahan. 10 born Lewisham, Kent, Constance M Halahan, 9, Lewisham, Kent, Henrietta F Halahan, 9, Lewisham, Arthur C Halahan, 7, Lewisham, George C Halahan, 5, Lewisham, John C Halahan, 3, Camberwell, Surrey, Frederic C Halahan, 10 months, born Camberwell, with servants Elizabeth Bennett, 23, cook, born Bognor, Sussex, Elizabeth Stone, 24, housemaid, Coombe, Wiltshire, Elizabeth C Witton 26, nurse (domestic), Winfarthing, Norfolk, Kate B.Hase, 21, needlewoman, Norwich, Norfolk, Mary N N Athies, 19, nurse (domestic), Poplar, Middlesex.
His partnership with Thomas Gray carrying on business as tea merchants, under the style Gray and Co., at 1-7 Cross Lane, Gt Tower Street, London, was dissolved from30 April 1887 by mutual consent.
Capt Samuel Handy Halahan began military service in 1888 He was isted in Hart's Army List 1888 as Major, Samuel H Halahan, late Lt, 44th Foot, p.s. Hon Lt Colonel. 21 Mach.
     Samuel resided at Sydenham Rise, Haiighlands, Dulwich, 1891.
On the 16 Dec 1892, The London gazette advertised re the estate of Hannah Crosby, late of Durham House, Sydenham Rise, Forest Hill, Surrey, widow, deceased (who died 8 Nov 1892) and whose will was proved 12 Dec 1892 by Samuel Handy Halahan, Hannah Halahan and Edward Francis Turner, the executors....
     Samuel resided at 67 Sydenham Hill, Dulwich, 1895.
     Samuel died on 29 March 1897 in 'Haighlands', Sydenham Hill, Dulwich, Camberwell, Surrey, aged 61. He was buried in Nunhead cemetery, near Peckham Rye, Surrey.
     His will was proved on 24 June 1897 at London. Samuel Handy Halahan of "Haighlands', Forest Hill, Sry, Colonel 5th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, died 29 March 1897. Proved London 24 June 1897 to Hannah Halahan, widow. Effects £5005.
     His will was proved on 23 January 1903 at London. Samuel Handy Halahan of "Haighlands', Administration (with will) granted 3 Jan 1903 to Samuel Crosby Halahan, esquire. Effects £952, former grant June 1897.

Children of Capt Samuel Handy Halahan and Hannah Croucher Engeham

Dr Samuel Handy Halahan

(circa 1788 - 22 July 1839)
     Dr Samuel Handy Halahan was born circa 1788 in Dublin, Ireland. He was described as her eldest brother by Dorothea Halahan in her 1868 will whereby she leaves property to his two children. He was also described as first son on admission to Kings Inns.. He was the son of John Halahan and Mary Handy.
     Samuel matriculated at the King's Inns, Dublin, Ireland, in 1805.
     Samuel matriculated at Trinity College, Dublin, on 7 October 1805. Samuel Hardy Halahan, Pensioner (prepared by Mr Martin) 7 Oct 1805 aged 18, son of John, chirurgus, born Dublin. Samuel was an Army surgeon from 1809 to 1817. He was second assistant surgeon, Ordnance Medical Department 5 Jan 1809, 1st A.S., O.M.D. 26 Sep 1814. Retired on half pay 26 Mar 1817.
Dr Samuel Handy Halahan was listed in a directory dated 1813 as S Handy Halahan, Quarters, was listed as a Licentiate of the Royal College of Surgeons at Dublin.
In 1820 he applied for the position of Police Surgeon: Letter from Dr Samuel Handy Halahan, 9 York Street, Dublin, to Alexander Mangin, clerk, Civil Department, Dublin Castle, enclosing memorial to Earl Talbot, Lord Lieutenant, Dublin Castle, offering his services for post of police surgeon in Dublin; claims to be a member of the Royal College of Surgeons, and that he is a half pay surgeon to the Royal Artillery: with copy of same. Includes letter from Richard Willcocks, Cashel, County Tipperary, to William H Gregory, Under Secretary of Ireland, Dublin Castle, enclosing letter from Alexander Read, 13 York Street, Dublin, outlining his claim to vacant post with police: also includes two letters from William Long, Mary Street, Dublin, to Gregory, in favour of Read, enclosing a copy memorial to Talbot for appointment and making mention of his experience in the Mercer Hospital and his role as examiner with the Royal College of Surgeons; also includes letter from Richard Stanley Ireland, 108 Stephens Green, Dublin, to Charles Grant, Chief Secretary, Dublin Castle, enclosing memorial to Talbot for post and making reference to having almost ten years experience as ‘Assistant Surgeon to the police Establishment of the District of Dublin’..
Dr Samuel Handy Halahan was listed in a directory dated 1820 as Samuel H Halahan, surgeon at 8 York St, Dublin.
He applied again in 1822: Petition of Dr Samuel Handy Halahan, 9 York Street, Dublin, to Richard Wellesley, 1st marquis Wellesley, Lord Lieutenant, Dublin Castle, requesting appointment to post of surgeon to Dublin city police. States that he is half pay assistant surgeon to the Royal Artillery and claims his father was a founder member of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland; also refers to his own army service in the Peninsula War. Encloses copy certificates and letters bearing reference to his character from N Fitzpatrick, Woolwich, England, Major General Sir Haylet Framingham, commander, Royal Horse Artillery in Ireland, Woolwich, Dr Abraham Colles, professor, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, St Stephens Green, Dublin, Lieutenant Colonel George Jenkinson, Royal Artillery, Fife House, Whitehall, London, England, and Colonel Sir Hugh Dalrymple Ross, Royal Horse Artillery, Lewes, East Sussex, England.
Dr Samuel Handy Halahan was listed in a directory dated 1823 as S Handy Halahan, surgeon at York St, Dublin.
Dr Samuel Handy Halahan was listed in a directory dated 1828 as Sam Handy Halahan, at 11 York St, Dublin. He was listed as a practitioner of midwifery, Royal College of Surgeons.
Dr Samuel Handy Halahan married Anne Hannan on 30 August 1831 in St Anne's, Dublin, Ireland. At St Anne's church, in the morning othe 30 August by H R Halahan, Samuel H Halahan, Esq., surgeon, of York street to Ann, eldest daughter of the late Captain Hannan..
Dr Samuel Handy Halahan was listed in a directory dated 1835 as Samuel Halahan, surgeon at Dublin.
Dr Samuel Handy Halahan was listed in a directory dated 1839 as Samuel Halahan, esq. surgeon at Dublin. He had the same address as Hickman Halahan. There was also a Dr Halahan of Bray..
     Samuel died on 22 July 1839 in 11 York St, Dublin, Ireland. On 25 July 1839 the Cork Constitution reported the death of Surgeon Halahan, York St, Dublin. He served in the Peninsula War as Assistant Surgeon in the Rifles. The Waterford chronicle stated that he died on the 22nd. The Ballyshannon Herald on 26 Jul 1839 reported: ,, death of Surgeon Samuel Halahan, of York-street, Dublin, which occurred on Tuesday at 10 o’clock an, This gentleman by his well-known talents and unwearied attention, was fast rising to the highest rank of his profession, and his private character was of the very first description. He served int he Peninsular war as Assistant-Surgeon in that most distinguished corps, the Rifles, and although such officers are termed non-combatants, every person who sees service knows that they are frequently exposed to the enemy. In that station he acquired the regard and respect of all brother officers. He was buried on 23 July 1839 in St Paul, Dublin. Saml Handy Halahan, aged 50.
     His will was proved in 1842 at Dublin.
     Dr Samuel Handy Halahan was mentioned in the will of Dorothea Dopping Halahan dated 9 June 1868.

Children of Dr Samuel Handy Halahan and Anne Hannan

Dr Samuel Handy Halahan

(24 September 1859 - 14 August 1935)
     Dr Samuel Handy Halahan was born on 24 September 1859 in Crowley Place, Dublin, Ireland. He was the son of Rev Christopher Halahan and Elizabeth Catherine Dobbin Halahan. Dr Samuel Handy Halahan was christened on 28 October 1859 in St Nicholas Without, Dublin.
     Samuel was educated from circa 1874 at Portora Royal School, Enniskillen, Fermanagh.
     Samuel matriculated at Trinity College, Dublin, on 10 October 1877. He gained a BA in 1881 & B. Ch. & M.B. in 1885. His father's entry in Clogher clergy and parishes states: 1906 Christopher Halahan ... married and had issue including Samuel Handy, M.B., T.C.D., of Victoria, South Australia whose son Reeves, died about July 1915. Samuel was registered as a doctor in Dublin, Ireland, on 5 May 1885. Samuel was in General Practice in Rossory, Enniskillen, Fermanagh, in 1886.
Dr Samuel Handy Halahan emigrated from Ireland circa 1888 to Australia. Samuel He was registered in Victoria as #1485, Oct 5 1888, as Samuel Handy Halahan, of Edenhope, qualifications: MB & Ch B, Dublin 1885 in Victoria on 5 October 1888.
Dr Samuel Handy Halahan married May Sarah Sophia Collins, daughter of Rev Robert Reeves Collins and Mary Jane Halahan, in 1889 in Edenhope, Victoria.
Dr Samuel Handy Halahan was listed in a directory dated between 1892 and 1896 as Samuel Handy Halahan, M.B. et Ch. B. Dubl. 1885 at Edenhope.
Dr Samuel Handy Halahan was listed in a directory dated between 1900 and 1901 as Samuel Handy Halahan at Edenhope, Victoria.
     Samuel resided at Edenhope, between 1903 and 1913. He was listed as a medical practitioner/surgeon.
     Samuel and May were registered as May Sarah Sophia Halahan was not listed in 1903 at Edenhope, Victoria, on the between 1903 and 1915 electoral roll.
In the West Wimmera mail & Natimuk & Goroke advertiser Friday March 20th, 1903: Dr. Halahan, Edenhope, announces that he may be consulted at Mr A Crabtree's Booroopki, every Saturday from 12 till 3.
The first doctor in Creighton: Dr Sydney Handy Halahan. Dr Halahan came to South Africa after 1900 from Dublin, Ireland, after spending time in America, Australia & India. He settled in the Umsimkulu district in 1904 and after marrying Constance May Shepperson, second youngest daughter of Arnold & Mary Shepperson of the farm 'Sheeprun' (now one of the South Africa's weather stations) in the Maclear district of the Eastern Cape Colony. They lived in the village of Umsimkulu and, later on a farm between there and Creighton. To be in a more central position, as his patients were spread over a wide area, the family moved to Creighton in 1914, and lived on the farm 'Hillview' belonging to W K Smith. Some time later. the Dr and his family moved into their own house in the village. This house was called 'Lis-na-ragh, meaning white house, after the Doctors old home in Ireland.
Dr Samuel Handy Halahan married Constance May Shepperson on 6 January 1906 in Umzimkulee, Transkei, South Africa. The plot thickens here - one Sydney Halahan, a doctor in South Africa with a wife and 5 children, confessed to his children on his death bed, that his name was really Samuel Handy Halahan and he had left a wife and children in Australia, after serving in the Boer War. However it this is the same man, he appears to have died twice! The South African death certificate states that he married in Umzimkulee, Sth Africa.
Dr Halahan continued to practice in his 'home town' well after the Boer War and his supposed marriage in South Africa.- Our Edenhope correspondent writes : --Mr. Alex. Johnstone, of this town, met with a serious acdlent on Mon day at "Newlands," where he was en gaged in attending to' a chaffcutter while it was in motion. He was con veyed -to his home here, and is now under the care of Dr. Halahan..
The West Wimmera mail & Natimuk & Goroke advertiser of Jan 6, 1911 comments on the mysterious death in the Norris family and mentions the examining medical officer Dr Halahan who is inclined to the opinion that the death of their child resulted from the effects of snake bite.
The West Wimmera mail & Natimuk & Goroke advertiser of 3 Dec 1914 mentions Dr Halahan.
He was practicing medicine in Lameroo, Sth Australia between June 1915 & Oct 1919. At a meeting of the Medical Board on Thursday, /[bef 13 Aug 1915/] Drs. Joseph - Woods Clayton and Samuel Handy Halahan were registered as medical, practitioners in South Australia. He resigned in Sep 1922 as Health Officer in Lameroo.
Pte. HALAHAN. LAMEROO, July 9.— Flags were hoisted half-mast this morning when the news was received that the eldest son of Dr. Halahan, who has just arrived to take over the practice of Dr. Dunstone, had been killed at the Dardanelles. The young man was only 21 years of age, and went away with the Victorian battalion.
In August 1917 he was appointed Health Officer for Pinnaroo.
     Samuel and May were registered as medical practitioner & home duties, along with Samue lHandy Halahan jun student and Mary Halahan, nurse & Elizabeth Catherine Dobbin Halahan, home duties in 1924. From 1926 Christopher John, a bread carter, was also listed. In 1928 Guy neville, surveyor, was added and Christopher had moved out. at Balmoral Rd, Springvale, on the between 1921 and 1928 electoral roll.
Dr Samuel Handy Halahan was listed in a directory dated between 1927 and 1931 as In the 1931 electoral roll, Guy was no longer listed with the family. at Springvale, Victoria.
     Samuel died of heart failure on 18 January 1929 in 'Lis-na-vaugh', Creighton, Ixopo District, Natal, South Africa, aged 69. Lisnavagh Estate lies just outside the village of Rathvilly in Co. Carlow - the house was supposedly named after his home in Ireland but it was occupied by the Bunbury family. He was buried on 19 January 1929 in Natal.
     His will was proved on 12 February 1929 at South Africa.
     Samuel and May were registered as a doctor, home duties & student at Springvale on the between 1931 and 1934 electoral roll.
     Samuel died on 14 August 1935 in Melbourne Benevolent Asylum, Cheltenham, Victoria, aged 75. His death was reported in the Irish Times 28 Sep 1935.
The Melbourne Argus announced: Dr Samuel Handy Halahan, aged 75 years, of Balmoral avenue. Springvale died at Cheltenham early yesterday morning He had practised in Springvale for a number of years, and for a period was health officer of the North Riding of the Shire of Dandenong. Dr Halahan who was born at Dublin, Ireland had lived in Victoria for 45 years. A widow, two sons, and one daughter survive. The burial was at the Necropolis, Springvale yesterday afternoon. The Rev R. E. O. Finger conducted the service at the graveside. The Horsham Times reported: The death has occurred at Spring vale of Dr. Samuel Halahan, at the age of 77 years. Deceased was well known in the Kowree shire, where he carried on a medical practice, with head quarters at Edenhope, from 1890 to 1916, when he left that district. lHe leaves a widow, a daughter and three sons .
He had been admitted on the 7 August 1935. He was buried on 14 August 1935 in The Necropolis, Springvale. Dr Samuel Hardy Halahan, aged 75 years, of Balmoral avenue. Springvale died at Cheltenham early yesterday morn- ing He had practised in Springvale for a number of years, and for a period was health officer of the North Riding of the Shire of Dandenong. Dr Halahan who was born at Dublin, Ireland had lived in Victoria for 45 years. A widow, two sons, and one daughter survive. The burial was at the Necropolis, Springvale yesterday afternoon The Rev R. E. O. Finger conducted the service at the graveside.

Children of Dr Samuel Handy Halahan and May Sarah Sophia Collins

Children of Dr Samuel Handy Halahan and Constance May Shepperson

Lt Samuel Handy Halahan

(21 November 1841 - 7 June 1867)
     Lt Samuel Handy Halahan was born on 21 November 1841 in Corfu, Greece. He was the second son. He was the son of Dr John Wallen Halahan and Henrietta Brownrigg. Henry, Mary, Elizabeth, Samuel and Charles were listed as the children of Dr John Wallen Halahan in the 1851 census in Field Officers Quarters, Woolwich Common, Kent.
     He served in the Army from 1861. He was appointed Ensign 30 April 1861 11th Foot and Lieut 7 June 1865 11th Foot (2nd Battalion, North Devon Regt). Samuel was listed as the son of Henrietta Brownrigg in the 1861 census. Henrietta Halahan, head, widow, 53, officer's widow, born Ireland; with son Samuel aged 20, at home, born Corfu; and Charles G T, 15, scholar, born England, with Elizabeth Sive?r, sister, 58, clerghyman's wife, born Ireland, and 2 servants.
     Samuel died on 7 June 1867 in Grahamstown, South Africa, aged 25. He was buried in the Old Cemetery, Grahamstown, South Africa. Lt Samuel Halahan, Died 7.6.1867 at Grahamstown, aged 2- yers. Member of HM 2nd Battalion, 11th Regiment. Died on active duty.

Son Halahan

(April 1794 - )
     Son Halahan was born in April 1794 in Dubllin. Saunders Newsletter (Dublin) on 15 April 1794, announced In Gloucester-street, the lady of JOhn Halahan Esq, of a son. He was the son of John Halahan and Mary Handy.

Stephen Henry Crosby Halahan

(5 May 1943 - April 2005)
     Stephen Henry Crosby Halahan was born on 5 May 1943 in Lincoln, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Rev Edward Oliver Crosby Halahan and Margaret Ogilvie Leach.
     Stephen died in April 2005 in Leicester RD, Leicestershire, aged 61.

Sydney George Fenton Halahan

(5 January 1916 - circa 1996)
     Sydney George Fenton Halahan was born on 5 January 1916 in Ixopo, Natal, South Africa. He was the son of Dr Samuel Handy Halahan and Constance May Shepperson.
Sydney George Fenton Halahan married Mavis Lilian Mennin Cooke on 7 August 1938 in Durban, Natal, South Africa.
The National Archives of South Africa database mentions in 1976 (ref 4099) goods were sold and delivered, East Rand Milling Pty Ltd v. S G Halahan, also land sale, spares & equipment (Pty Ltd, vs Sidney George Fenton Halahan in 1961.
     Sydney died circa 1996 in Pietermaritzburg, Natal, South Africa.

Children of Sydney George Fenton Halahan and Mavis Lilian Mennin Cooke

Thomas Dufour Halahan OBE

(27 October 1866 - 3 October 1929)
     Thomas Dufour Halahan OBE was born on 27 October 1866 in Berehaven, Castletown RD, Cork. The Navy records give his birthdate as the 7th. He was the son of Dean John Halahan and Harriette Sargent.
     Thomas matriculated at Trinity College, Dublin, on 10 October 1884. BA 1889, Bao, BCh, MB 1890. FRCS Edin 1904.
Thomas Dufour Halahan OBE was listed in a directory dated 1891 at the Rectory, Berehaven, Cork. Thomas was a Surgeon Commander in the Royal Navy. In charge Yokohama Hospital, Japan from 1908-1915. Fleet Surgeon from 1915. Retired 6 Nov 1920. He was listed in the Medical direcrtory between 1895 & 1930 (crossed out in 1931) as Royal Navy, Enrolled 14 Nov 1893.
Thomas Dufour Halahan OBE married Ethel Louisa Preston on 8 November 1902. Thomas Dafour HALAHAN, aged 36 years, bachelor, Surgeon, HMS Pioneer, the son of John Halahan, Clergyman, married 8th November 1902 to, Ethel Louisa PRESTON, aged 28 years, spinster, the daughter of Arthur Preston. Thomas Dufour Halahan OBE was awarded an OBE on 22 August 1918.
     Thomas died on 3 October 1929 in Durham aged 62. Surgeon Thomas Dufour Halahan. The death took place last week at Newcastle-on-Tyne of Surgeon Thomas Dufour Halahan, formerly of the Royal Navy. The eldest son of the late Rev John Halahan, Rector of Berehaven, and Dean of Ross, Surgeon Halahan took the Degrees of Bachilor in Medicine and Bachelor in Surgery at Dublin University in 1890, and in 1904 became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh. He entered the Royal Navy in 1893 and was in charge of the Yolohama Hospital from 1908 to 1912 when he qualified as a Japanese interpreter. After serving for some years as a senior medical officer, he was appointed a Fleet Surgeon in 1909. In te Second Battle Squadron he served on the General Staff of Earl Jellicoe when the latter was Vice Admiral.
     His will was proved on 14 November 1929 at Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland. Probate of the estate of Thomas Dufour Halahan of Ashley East Boldon, co. Durham, was granted to Ethel Louisa Halahan, widow and their daughter Dorothy. Effects £3924/12/7.
The London gazette 18 July 1930 published a notice to creditors, etc. having claims against the estate of Thomas Dufour Halahan, late of Ashleigh, East Boldon in the county of Durham, who died 3 Oct 1929 ... probate granted 14 Nov 1929 to Ethel Louisa Halahan (widow) and Dorothy Dufour Halahan (spinster), both of Ashleigh ....

Children of Thomas Dufour Halahan OBE and Ethel Louisa Preston

Cdr Thomas Mahon Halahan

(before June 1797 - 24 June 1878)
     Cdr Thomas Mahon Halahan was born before June 1797 in Ireland. Hi death notice stated "on hi 85tth year" which suggests a birth circa 1793. He was the son of John Halahan and Mary Handy.
     He served as an officer in the Royal Navy from 1807 to 1815. Halahan (Lieut. 1815, F.P.8; H.P., 32) Thomas Halahan, entered the Navy at the commencement of 1807 as Fst-Cl. Vol. on board the ["Redwing"] 18, Capts Thomas Ussher, Edward Augustus Down, Sir John Gordon Sinclair, stationed in the Mediterranean, where, during a servitude of 6 years in the vessel, he figured, part of the time as midshipman, in a variety of brilliant operations. He was subsequently employed with Capt Ussher & Sir John Poo Beresford, latterly as Masters Mate, in the "Undaunted" 38, and "Duncan" 74 on the same and the Brazilian stations. He has not been afloat since he was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant which took place 27 Feb 1815. Agent J Hinxman.
Alpha list of the officers of R.N. 1835 & 36 H Lt Thomas (no ship given) - 1855 Lt Thomas H Seniority 27 Feb 1815 (officer on reserved halfpay). 1865, 1869: Commander Thomas H, retired commander of 1830 Sen 14 Apr 1862.
He served with John Hickman of Islington, Mdx (b.1787) on the "Redwing".
He last appears in the September 1878 retired Navy List as Cr Thomas Halahan, Seniority form 7 Feb 1872, retired list O; but is not on the December 1878 retired list
.
Cdr Thomas Mahon Halahan married Catherine Dufour circa 1821 in Ireland.
In 1826 Lt Thomas Halahan, York-street, Dublin, RN, sealed a patent for his apparatus for working ordnance, for 6 months.
Cdr Thomas Mahon Halahan was listed in a directory dated 1835 as Thomas Halahan, esq at 18 Brown St, Weavers Square, Dublin.
Cdr Thomas Mahon Halahan was listed in a directory dated 1839 as Halahan, Capt. RN at Garville, Rathgar, Dublin.      
Cdr Thomas Mahon Halahan was listed in the Griffith Valuation of Ireland in 1849 in Dublin. He was described as a lodger in the CD index at Drury Lane, Royal Exchange Ward, Dublin, also Exchequer St, parish of St Bridget's and Mansion House Ward, King Street South.
Cdr Thomas Mahon Halahan was listed in a directory dated 1850 as Halahan, Capt. Thomas at 12 St Stephens Green North, Dublin. George was at same address, plus George A F & Son, apothecaries..
Cdr Thomas Mahon Halahan was listed in a directory dated from 1854 to 1863 at Bloomfield Place, Dublin. 1854: Halahan, Lt. Thomas M, R.N., 29 Harcourt St & 1 Bloomfield Place.; 1856: Halahan, Capt. Thomas M. R.N. 6 Bloomfield Pl, Dublin. 1862 & 63: Thomas Halahan, Commander R.N., 7 Bloomfield Place. [On Grand Canal bank, from Bloomfield Ave to Rosanna Place].
Cdr Thomas Mahon Halahan and Andrew Alexander Handy witnessed John Crawford and Catherine Handy Crawford's wedding on 25 October 1854 in St Peter, Dublin. Cdr Thomas Mahon Halahan was an executor of Dr Richard Newton Christophilus Halahan's estate on 29 March 1855 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
     Cdr Thomas Mahon Halahan was mentioned in a deed dated 9 June 1857. Deed of assignment dated 9 June 1857 between Thomas Mahon Halahan of Harcourt St, Dublin, Esq. & Samuel Barry of Oriel St Dublin, esq v. Bessy Halahan of Harcourt St, Dublin, spinster & George Augustus Frederick Halahan, of Harcourt Street, MD ... sold to GAFH all those lands in Ballinbrittig situate in the barony of Barrymore, co. Cork and .... Gilbert Henry Fleming was possessed at his decease & were assigned to TMH by indenture dated 26 August 1842 & which were bequeathed by Gilbert Henry Fleming to his wife Elizabeth Fleming and their children, as passed by Elizabeth Fleming the elder as administrator and legatee to hold unto GAF Halahan.
Cdr Thomas Mahon Halahan was listed in a directory dated from 1864 to 1866 as Commander, RN. at 3 Bloomfield Avenue, Dublin.
     Cdr Thomas Mahon Halahan was mentioned in the will of Dorothea Dopping Halahan dated 9 June 1868.
Cdr Thomas Mahon Halahan was listed in a directory dated 1877 as Commander, RN. at 'Gulistan', Ranelagh, Rathmines, Dublin.
     Thomas died on 24 June 1878 in Gulistan, Ranelagh, Rathmines, Dublin, Ireland. He was buried in Mt Jerome cemetery, Dublin.
     His will was proved on 8 August 1878 at Dublin. Will of Thomas Mahon Halahan, late of Gulistan, Upper Mt Pleasant Avenue, Ranelagh, co. Dublin, commander RN, died 24 June 1878 at same proved at the Principal Registry by oath of John Halahan of Berehaven, co. Cork, clerk, the sole executor. Effects under £1500.

Child of Cdr Thomas Mahon Halahan and Catherine Dufour

Timothy Arthur Halahan

(9 April 1942 - March 2005)
     Timothy Arthur Halahan was born on 9 April 1942 in Eton RD. He was the son of Desmond Arthur Halahan and Catherine Rosemary Milne.
     Timothy died in March 2005 in London, Hammersmith & Fulham RD, aged 62.

Unknown son Halahan

(31 December 1862 - )
     Unknown son Halahan was born on 31 December 1862 in Carnew, Wicklow. He was the son of Rev Christopher Halahan and Elizabeth Catherine Dobbin Halahan.

William Halahan

(circa 1865 - 18 September 1955)
     William Halahan was born circa 1865 in Wicklow. He was the son of John Halahan and Julia Unknown.
     William died on 18 September 1955 in Dunlavin, Wicklow. William Halahan, single, 91, retired railway labourer, informant: Susan Halahan, present at death.

William Henry Bourne Halahan

(23 September 1869 - )
     William Henry Bourne Halahan was born on 23 September 1869 in 29 Harcourt St, Dublin, Ireland. He was the son of Dr Henry Samuel Halahan and Frances Catherine Bourne. William Henry Bourne Halahan was christened on 3 November 1869 in St Nicholas Without & St Luke, Dublin.
William Henry Bourne Halahan married Harriet Cody on 18 December 1892 in Kings, New York, New York, USA.
     William resided at Gulistin Place, Greenwich, New York, USA, 1913.
     William resided at Pt Chester or Richmond, New York, USA, 1926.
     William Henry Bourne Halahan was recorded in 1930 census in Westchester, New York, USA.