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Thomas Glover
(Abt 1795-1836)
Mary Unknown
(Abt 1793-1834)
Mary Anne Glover


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1. Thomas Keleher

Mary Anne Glover

  • Born: 2 Dec 1827, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
  • Christened: 20 Jan 1828, St Pauls Church Of England, Sydney, , New South Wales, Australia
  • Marriage (1): Thomas Keleher on 12 Sep 1849 in St Andrews Scots Church, Sydney, , New South Wales, Australia
  • Died: 7 Aug 1879, West St, St Leonards, Sydney, , New South Wales, Australia at age 51
  • Buried: 9 Aug 1879, The Catholic Cemetery, Lane Cove, , New South Wales, Australia

bullet   Cause of her death was Morbus Cordis Some Years / Cerebral Softening 2 years.


bullet  General Notes:

Her Baptism was a Church of England ceremony.

Her Death Certificate records her father's name as Thomas, occupation Publican and mother Mary Anne, surname unknown. The informant was her son-in-law.


Mary married Thomas Keleher, son of Michael Keleher ** and Eliza Mohilly **, on 12 Sep 1849 in St Andrews Scots Church, Sydney, , New South Wales, Australia. (Thomas Keleher was born in 1827 in Mallow, Cork, Munster, Ireland, christened on 6 Jan 1827 in Mallow, Cork, Munster, Ireland, died on 9 Oct 1873 in North Willoughby, Sydney, , New South Wales, Australia and was buried on 11 Oct 1873 in Catholic Cemetery, Lane Cove, , Sydney, , New South Wales, Australia.). The cause of his death was Disease of the Heart & Lungs / 15 months.

bullet  Marriage Notes:

There are two marriage certificates. The first on 12 Sep 1849 was a Presbyterian ceremony at St Andrews Scots Church, Sydney. Witnesses were William Liddell and Julia Keller, both of Sydney. Mary Anne is spelled with an 'e' on the Anne. The second on 5 Jun 1850 was a Roman Catholic Ceremony at st Mary's Church, Sydney. Withnesses were Michael Keller (Thomas' father) and Julia Keller (believed to be his sister) again. Mary Ann is spelled without an 'e' on the Ann. Thomas's Death Certificate says he was married at St Mary's. Perhaps Mary Ann was a Presbyterian and Thomas a Catholic. MAry was baptised Church of England, however.

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