Vincent M O'Brien

(circa 1934 - 27 January 1985)
     Vincent M O'Brien was born circa 1934. He was the son of Michael O'Brien and Margaret Mary Gardiner.
     Vincent died on 27 January 1985 in Colac, Victoria. Buried at Colac; aged 51, husband of Annette, father of Mark, Janette, Susan, Kaylene, Donna, Errol & Gavin.

William Richard O'Byrne

     William Richard O'Byrne married Emily Handy, daughter of John Trougher Handy and Catherine Newman, on 29 October 1851 in Malmesbury, Wiltshire.

Francis Reginald Powell O'Callaghan

(1880 - 15 May 1910)
     Francis Reginald Powell O'Callaghan was also known as Timothy? in records. He was born in 1880. Francis was was the son of Sir Francis Langford O'Callaghan (1839–1909), civil engineer, born on 22 July 1839, the second son of James O'Callaghan JP, of Drisheen, co. Cork, and his wife, Agnes, daughter of the Revd Francis Langford ............. he married, on 22 September 1875 Anna Maria Mary (d. 1911), second daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Clarinbold Powell of Banlahan, co. Cork. ......... ... O'Callaghan died suddenly at Redbraes, London Road, Guildford, on 14 November 1909. He was Anglican by faith,and his funeral and burial took place a few days later at Holy Trinity Church, Guildford. He was briefly survived both by his wife and their only son, Captain Francis Reginald Powell O'Callaghan RE (1880–1910)..
     The marriage of Francis Reginald Powell O'Callaghan and Ethel Gladys Hebbert, daughter of Francis Henry Hebbert and Rosa Frances Dempster, was registered in Guildford RD, Surrey, in the September 1906 quarter.
     Francis died on 15 May 1910 in Queen Alexandra Hospital, Millbank, London.
     Francis may have died in 1914. He was said to have been killed in the first week of World War I. However the War Graves Commission's earliest likely person is T O Callaghan who died in 1915. The Times reported on 17 May 1910: Captain F R P O'Callaghan. Teh death too place on Sunday at Queen Alexandra's Hospital, Millank, of Captain Francis Reginal Powell O'Callaghan, Royal Engineers, only son the late Sir Francis O'Callaghan, KCMG. Born inb 1880, he obtained his commission at the age of 20 and in 1903 took part in the operations in Somaliland. A year ago he was appointed to the post of Second Assistant Instructor in Electricity at the School of Military Engineering.

Bernard Xavier O'Connor

(circa 1918 - 1958)
     Bernard Xavier O'Connor was born circa 1918. He was the son of John Patrick O'Connor and Mary Ellen Colbert.
     Bernard died in 1958 in Watchem, Victoria.

Elizabeth O'Connor

(circa 1855? - )
     Elizabeth O'Connor was born circa 1855?.
     Elizabeth O'Connor married Francis? Handy, son of Stray Handy, before 1875.

Child of Elizabeth O'Connor and Francis? Handy

Elizabeth O'Connor

     Elizabeth O'Connor married Frank Handy.

Child of Elizabeth O'Connor and Frank Handy

Ellen Butler O'Connor

(say 1805 - before May 1828?)
     Ellen Butler O'Connor was born say 1805 However her death certificate gives Plymouth, England as her birthplace in Plymouth, Devon/Newfoundland?, Canada.
     Ellen Butler O'Connor married Lt Gen John Murray Lt Governor, son of General John Murray and Mary Remnant, on 3 August 1827 in St George, Hanover Square, London, England. John Murray esquire, bachelor of this parish & Ellen Butler O'Connor, spinster of the parish of Ealing, Mdx, were married by licence, 3 August 1827. Both signed in the presence of G F Murray and Eliza Gumersall..
     Ellen died before May 1828? In British Guiana?. MURRAY, Ellen, wife of Maj. General John, died before May 1828!.
     Ellen Butler O'Connor and George Freeman Murray, Sydney Murray, Jemima or Janina? Murray, Harriett Murray, Emily Murray, Mary Maria Murray, Jane Euphemia Murray, Augustus William Murray, Rev Henry Murray, James Horatio Murray and Arthur Murray were beneficiaries in Lt Gen John Murray Lt Governor's will dated 2 May 1841. Ellen Butler O'Connor was widowed on 16 September 1841 on the death of her husband Lt Gen John Murray Lt Governor. Following Murray’s death, his wife Ellen (nee Butler whom he married in August 1827) and his children returned to Drummondville.
     Ellen Butler O'Connor was recorded in 1851 census in Canada. Ellen was living with Sydney, Harriet, Frederica & Ellan.
     Ellen died on 5 May 1876 in Welland, Ontario, Canada. Ellen Butler Murray, aged 82, Presbyterian, born Plymouth, England.

Children of Ellen Butler O'Connor and Lt Gen John Murray Lt Governor

John Patrick O'Connor

     John Patrick O'Connor married Mary Ellen Colbert, daughter of John Edward Colbert and Catherine Agatha Darcy, in Victoria.

Child of John Patrick O'Connor and Mary Ellen Colbert

Una or Agnes O'Connor

     Una or Agnes O'Connor married Richard de Burgh the Great. Una or Agnes O'Connor was born in Ireland.

Children of Una or Agnes O'Connor and Richard de Burgh the Great

Leo O'Dea

     Leo O'Dea married Mary Ellen Egan, daughter of John James Egan and Ellen Colbert, in Victoria.

Sarah Marie O'Donnell

(5 May 1897 - 29 April 1978)
     Sarah Marie O'Donnell was born on 5 May 1897 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
     Sarah Marie O'Donnell married Howard Cleaton Lewis, son of Henry Alleyne Lewis and Henrietta Thomas Howard.
     Sarah died on 29 April 1978 in Detroit, Michigan, USA, aged 80.

Louise Portia O'Ferrall

( - 1909)
     Louise Portia O'Ferrall married Henry Burton Bradley as his second wife, on 29 March 1873 in Concord district, New South Wales. Henry Burton Bradley & Louisa Portia O'Ferrall had children from 1875 to 1886 in the Canterbury & Concord areas. A Louisa P B Bradley, daughter of William & Louise died at Concord in 1875.
They had an unnamed child registered in 1875; Claudia Louise in 1879 (died 1959) ; Helen Cecilia Burton in 1880 both in the Concord district, Harold Westbrook 1881-1957) & Clare Burton in 1884 in the Canterbury district.
Their daughter Claudia was a doctor:
Orthopaedic Surgeon and Research Director. Claudia Burton-Bradley MBE, with a Bachelor of Arts, and Medicine and Surgery from Sydney University, commenced her medical career at the Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney in 1943 and joined the Australian Medical Association. Apparently having specialised in orthopaedic surgery, by 1947 she was Honorary Assistant Orthopaedic Surgeon at the Rachel Forster Hospital, Sydney. Her major commitment, however, was to the Spastic Centre, Mosman, New South Wales, where she became its Medical Director from 1945-62 , Honorary Orthopaedic Surgeon from 1949 and Director of Medical Research and Development from 1962-64. She was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire on 11 June 1966 for her work as Research Director of the Australian Cerebral Palsy Association.
Sources: Medical directory of Australia 1968, p 98
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     Louise died in 1909 in Burwood, New South Wales.

Mary O'Grady

(circa 1846 - 21 November 1932)
     Mary O'Grady arrived per "Britannia" in 1846 at Adelaide, South Australia. The O'Gradys came on same ship according to Fleur Lehane. She was born circa 1846 in Clare, Ireland. She was six months old on arrival in Australia.
     Mary O'Grady married Michael Colbert, son of Benjamin Colbert and Margaret Murphy, on 19 June 1864 in St Anne's, Marion, South Australia.
     Mary died on 21 November 1932 in Adelaide, South Australia. She was buried on 22 November 1932 in the West Terrace cemetery, Adelaide.

Children of Mary O'Grady and Michael Colbert

Gerald Tench O'Hara

     Gerald Tench O'Hara married Irene Gwendoline Marion Dempster, daughter of George Percy Dempster and Harriet Carter, on 28 January 1928 in St Paul's, Port Adelaide, South Australia.

Capt James O'Hara

(say 1720 - circa 1805)
     Capt James O'Hara was born say 1720 in St James, Westminster, Middlesex.
     James served in the Royal Navy.
     Capt James O'Hara married Susanna Poole, daughter of John Poole and Elizabeth Geere, on 11 September 1754 in New Shoreham, Sussex. Lieut HMS Dolphin of St James Westminster & Susanna Poole.
     Administration of the estate of Susanna Poole was granted to Capt James O'Hara, on 19 March 1779 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury Late of New Shoreham, to her husband.
     James died circa 1805.

Helena O'Keefe

(before 1820 - )
     Helena O'Keefe was born before 1820 in Cork, Ireland.
     Helena O'Keefe married David Colbert (of Fermoy) in 1835 in Fermoy, Cork, Ireland.

Patrick Francis O'Keefe

     Patrick Francis O'Keefe married Madeleine Martha Dempster, daughter of Horace Hawkins Dempster and Ann Teresa Carney, in 1939 in Petersham district, New South Wales.

Desmond Ambrose King O'Malley

(14 March 1914 - )
     Desmond Ambrose King O'Malley was born on 14 March 1914 in Jamestown, South Australia. He was the son of Peter Vincent O'Malley and Lily Margaret Anne Colbert.

Doreen Margaret May O'Malley

(1 May 1906 - )
     Doreen Margaret May O'Malley was born on 1 May 1906 in Eden Valley, South Australia. She was the daughter of Peter Vincent O'Malley and Lily Margaret Anne Colbert.

Patricia Nella O'Malley

(27 March 1919 - )
     Patricia Nella O'Malley was born on 27 March 1919 in Jamestown, South Australia. She was the daughter of Peter Vincent O'Malley and Lily Margaret Anne Colbert.

Peter Vincent O'Malley

(circa 1871 - )
     Peter Vincent O'Malley was born circa 1871.
     Peter Vincent O'Malley married Lily Margaret Anne Colbert, daughter of Thomas Colbert and Maria Malone, on 21 July 1904 in St Saviour RC church, Brompton, South Australia.

Children of Peter Vincent O'Malley and Lily Margaret Anne Colbert

Raymond Francis O'Malley

(17 March 1905 - )
     Raymond Francis O'Malley was born on 17 March 1905 in Eden Valley, South Australia. He was the son of Peter Vincent O'Malley and Lily Margaret Anne Colbert.

Bernard Roy O'Meara

(23 March 1929 - 13 March 1997)
     Bernard was a dairy farmer in Caldermeade, Victoria. He was commonly known as Bernie. He was born on 23 March 1929 in Victoria, Australia.
     Bernard Roy O'Meara married Fay Howard, daughter of James Howard and Margaret Colbert, on 10 April 1954 in Holy Trinity Church of England, Coburg, Victoria.
     Bernard died on 13 March 1997 in Victoria, aged 67. He was privately cremated and his ashes scattered..

daughter O'Neill (Montgomery)

(circa 1641 - )
     Daughter O'Neill (Montgomery) was born circa 1641. She was the daughter of Sir Phelim O'Neill and Lady Jane Gordon.

Child of daughter O'Neill (Montgomery)

Gordon O'Neill Captain, Brigadier

(circa 1650 - 1704)
     Gordon O'Neill Captain, Brigadier was born circa 1650. His name suggests he is the son Jean Gordon. He was the son of Sir Phelim O'Neill and Lady Jane Gordon.
     In 1681 he was the mortgagee of the freehold of Holyhill in Leckpatrick parish.      
Gordon O'Neill Captain, Brigadier was a Member of Parliament and Lord Lieutenant in 1689 for Tyrone.
     He was described as a Brigadier General of the Irish Brigade in a note on the original pedigree document. He was Captain of Grenadiers in the infantry rgiment of William Stewart, Lord Mountjoy. He was Lord Lieutenant of Tyrone and represented the county in parliament in 1689....
     He lived at Crew and possessed a lease of several townlands in the manor of Strabane. In 1691 the lease of these lands was valued at £320.
     Gordon died in 1704 in France. He left a daughter in Ireland. See Roulston for further details. Wikipedia stated (Dec 2011): Górdún became a Captain in the army of King James II, for whom he raised a regiment upon his deposition. He saw action in Ulster, at the Battle of the Boyne, and the Battle of Aughrim. At the latter action, he was left for dead but was picked up by some Scottish Williamite officers who recognised him. He recovered from his wounds, and took his regiment to France after the Treaty of Limerick in 1692. There, it was know as the Régiment de Charlemont. He was still alive in 1704,
Wikipedia (March 2013) states: Gordon O'Neill (d. 1704), captain of grenadiers in the infantry regiment of William Stewart, lord Mountjoy, was one of those catholic officers greatly favoured by the Earl of Tyrconnel in carrying out his plan for remodelling the government of Ireland in the interests of James II. He was made lord lieutenant of Tyrone, and represented the county in parliament in 1689. When the war of the revolution broke out he raised a regiment of foot for the royal cause, and was actively engaged at the siege of Derry, where he was wounded in the thigh. He was present at the battle of the Boyne, and was severely wounded at the battle of Aughrim, being left for dead on the field. He was discovered by some Scottish officers, relatives of his mother, in William's army, and removed to Dublin. On his recovery he took advantage of the treaty of Limerick to retire to France, where he was made colonel of the Irish infantry regiment of Charlemont. From 1692 to the peace of Ryswick in 1697 the regiment served against the emperor, and in February 1698 was incorporated in the infantry regiment of Galmoy, to which he was attached as a supernumerary or reformed colonel. He married a protestant lady of the city of Derry, and had a daughter Catherine, who became the wife of John Bourke, fourth lord Brittas, and ninth Lord Castle-Connell. He died in 1704..

Sir Phelim O'Neill

(circa 1603 - 10 March 1652/53)
     Phelim O'Neill of Kinnaird led the Irish in 1641. Executed by the English in 1652. Portrait from a print in possession of His Excellency The O'Neill. "Was a well bred gentleman.. years at court; as free and easy as could be desired, very complaisant and stout in his person; but not being bred for anything but a soldier, wanted the ... art, that is, policy in war and good conduct". At the "Restoration" his estate, with that of his? brother, Turlogh of Ardgonnell, was granted to Daniel O'Neill of Clannaboy, who doubtless held it in trust. He was thrice married, first to a daughter of the Iord Iveagh (ob.1641); secondly to a daughter of General Preston (brother to Lord Gormanstown, Viscount Tara; and thirdly, 1649 to the Lady Jean Gordon, daughter of the Marquis of Huntly. By her he was father of Gordon O'Neill, Brigadier General in the Army of King James. He was Governor of Tyrone country; accompanied James to France; and in 1703 received permission to raise an Irish regiment for the Spanish service; but soon after (1704) he died at St Germans en Layed, leaving by his lady Mildred (ob.1686), a son, Charles, who died in France, and who is the last of Phelim's descendants of whom we have any record. [The O'Neills of Ulster p.314].
. Sir Phelim O'Neill was born circa 1603 in Ireland. He was the eldest son of Turlough O'Neill & Catherine ny Neill, subsequently Catherine Hovenden; he inherited considerable property in Armagh & Tyrone from his grandfather Sir Henry O'Neill, His wife died sudddenly and was buried on 3 Sep 1641..
     Lady Jane Gordon married secondly Sir Phelim O'Neill in November 1649 in Ireland. After the castle of Strabane was burned in the rebellion of 1641 she was taken prisoner when he burnt and destroyed the castle of Strabane and then married Sir Phelim O'Neil, leader of the rebels.
     She married Phelim O'Neill "after a long courtship of letters". [Lois Prout]. She was his third wife. In December 1641 he took her to his home in Charlemont and proposed marriage, his wife having recently died. Because of a vow she had made not to marry for five years, she declined and he sent her to her brother in law, "Sir George Hamilton in Munster" accompanied by a Franciscan friar and a company of horse. Analecta Hibernica 3 (1931) p.1-61. They later married about 1649.
     Phelim died on 10 March 1652/53 in Ireland. He was executed for high treason. Wikipedia states August 1653.

Children of Sir Phelim O'Neill and Lady Jane Gordon

Kathleen Susie O'Reilly

(circa 1885 - circa 1967)
     Kathleen Susie O'Reilly was born circa 1885 in Allendale, Victoria.
     Kathleen Susie O'Reilly married Arthur Prideaux Hawkins, son of Richard Leonard Hawkins and Eliza Alice Wafford, on 24 August 1913 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
     Kathleen died circa 1967.

Children of Kathleen Susie O'Reilly and Arthur Prideaux Hawkins

Brian O'Rorke

(1922 - 1922)
     Brian died in 1922 in Hamilton, Victoria. He was born in 1922. He was the son of Hugh Michael O'Rorke and Dorothy Elizabeth Dunbar.

Hugh O'Rorke

(circa 1926 - June 1945)
     Hugh O'Rorke was born circa 1926 in Victoria. He was the son of Hugh Michael O'Rorke and Dorothy Elizabeth Dunbar.
     Hugh served as a soldier.
     Hugh died in June 1945 in New South Wales. KILLED IN AIR ACCIDENT LAC Hugh O'Rorke, eldest son of Mr and Mrs H. M. O'Rorke, of West mere, has died as the result of an air accident during a night training flight at a RAAF station in New South Wales. Aged 19, he was for- merly a country member of the Air Training Corps, and would shortly have received his wings. He at- tended Westmere school and com- pleted his education at St Joseph's College, Geelong. His father, a returned soldier of the last war, is vice-president of Ararat Legacy Club and president of the Lake Bolac RSL sub-branch.

Hugh Michael O'Rorke

(6 February 1890 - 13 September 1962)
     Hugh Michael O'Rorke was born on 6 February 1890 in St Arnaud, Victoria. He was the son of Hugh (farmer) & Annie (nee O'Connell)..
     Hugh Michael O'Rorke served in WWI as a signaller and served in France.
     Hugh Michael O'Rorke married Dorothy Elizabeth Dunbar, daughter of John Thomas Killigrew Dunbar and Margaret Ann Green, on 26 March 1919 in the church of the Holy Redeemer. He was granted a soldier settlement block at Westmere and called it Killigrew.. Hugh Michael O'Rorke was awarded an MBE in recognitin of his work in fire brigade communications and public service in the district. in 1955.
     Hugh died on 13 September 1962 in 'Killigrew', Westmere, Victoria, aged 72. ARARAT - Mr Hugh O'Rorke, who was one of the pioneer farmers of the Mallee, having opened up virgin bush country near Brim in 1887, has died at Lake Bolac, where he had been settled on the land since 1906. He was president of the Lake Bolac Bush Nursing Centre since its inception, and secretary of the ball committee for 25 years.. He was buried after 13 September 1962 in Lake Bolac, Victoria.

Children of Hugh Michael O'Rorke and Dorothy Elizabeth Dunbar