PECK of TAITA
Thank you so much Ngaire, this has filled in a few gaps and answered some questions about my family trees and other that I am working on, The only problem now is that I have opened several others issues. I have several other Killeen's appearing in other family trees that I am currently working on. I may need to come back to you to query a few other Killeen's.
Yet another question, Susan Isobel Killeen is she related to a Mary Ellen Killeen who married Humphrey Jas Hearn in 1894 in Victoria, Australia. If so what is the connection.
I am currently completing my own Davenport family tree and Mary appears in this one, but I am also completing another tree for a member of my wife's extended family and that is where Susan Isobel appears.
Thank you so much for your assistance.
Mary Ellen Killeen (1868-1942), and her siblings, were born in Hamilton, Victoria which is about 520km from Stratford, Victoria (where Susan's family were) and she died in Maryborough, Victoria which is about 400km from Stratford.
Mary Ellen's father, John Killeen (1834-1907) died in Donald, Victoria which is about 510km from Stratford and her mother Ellen (nee Quinn) (1834-1895) died in Mount Jeffcott North, Victoria which is also about 500km away
This, of course, is not to say there wasn't a connection, just I haven't found it so far
Tell me where Susan appears on the extended tree of your wife as this may help
Susan Isabel Killeen (1913-1988) married Richard Williams (1894-1978). Richards first wife Margaret Marion Clarke is my wife's parents. Susan and Richard's son Patrick Hugh married Marcia Carole Dawn Murrell. I am doing this research for both Marica and my wife's mother (Margaret June Williams).
I note with some of the information that I have obtained and what you have provided, it would appear that the Killeens on Susan and Mary sides may well be related somewhere along the way, as some of the birth, death and marriages locations are the same.
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