I'm in Adelaide and for 12 years I have offered free research to people all over the world who came to South Australia in the 1800's.
I saw your request re John Horan and Johanna Mullally and I decided to see what I could find for you, as I do all my research in the South Australian State Library. I was in the Library yesterday and the following is what I managed to find:-
John aged 26 years, single, son of Thomas Horan married 9th May 1868 to Johanna aged 21 years, single, daughter of William Mullally at Catholic Chapel, Mount Gambier District Gre. refeence book 75 page 655 symbol 'A' denoting (1) The Registrar has made an amendment to information on this marriage record and/or (2) The Registrar has included additonal information on this marriage record.
CHILDREN BORN TO JOHN HORAN & JOHANNA MULALLY
1. Catherine born 21st March 1885 in Mount Gambier District Gre. reference book 348 page 328
2. Edward Lawrence born 17th January 1891 in Mount Gambier District Gre. reference book 472 page 483
3. Honora Mary born 26th April 1869 in Mount Gambier, District Gre. reference book 72 page 416
4. Johanna born 2nd May 1882 in Mount Gambier District Gre reference book 283 page 343
5. John born 18th June 887 in Mount Gambier District Gre. reference book 321 page 25
6. John Michael born 16th February 1884 in Mount Gambier District Gre. reference book 321 page 25
7. Margaret born 17th July 1872 in Mount Gambier, District Gre. refeence book 112 page 87
8. Mary Anora born 1st June 1880 place of birth not recorded, District Gre. referenc ebook 242 page 398
9. Thomas born 30th December 1874 in Mount Gambier District Gre. reference book 145 page 373
10. William Andrews born 24th April 1878 in Mount Gambier District Gre. reference book 200 page 429.
Leslie Walter aged 23 years single, son of George William Free married 12th May 1909 to Mary Anorah aged 27 years, single, daughter of John Horan at residence of L.W. FREE at Mount Gambier District Gre. reference book 239 page 482
It's not much, but the above is what I managed to find when I was in the Library yesterday.
Hoping the above is of some interest to you
in a sunny day in Adelaide
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