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Looking for Information for John Albert Coghlan/Colgan

Query by johnwcraig

Hi, Im looking for information on John Albert Coghlan Born 3 Nov 1848 Maitland. NSW. Australia, Died 6 Oct 1932 Canowindra. NSW. Australia
He married Anne Carr, 10 Jan 1882 Cowra Court House, Cowra. NSW. Australia
I think his mother is Mary Ryan & father is Christopher Colgan, Convict on the Royal Admiral - sailed from Dublin, Ireland, on Saturday, 27 September 1834 and arrived in Sydney, NSW on 22 January 1835.
Thanks John

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on 2009-11-19 09:40:20

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by dkroz on 2010-02-13 18:46:56

John Albert Coghlan and Annie had 12 children (7 boys and 5 girls). John died in 1932 at Canowindra and Annie in 1940. His mother was Mary Ryan who died in 1855. Mary and Christopher had 5 children. Christopher remarried in 1856. John had 2 sisters and 2 brothers.
John was a mailman, labourer and baliff during his working life.

by kerry4305 on 2010-07-20 21:50:17

Research has not always been easy with name changing Colgan/Coghlan. This is what I have so far... John Albert Coghlan Parents were Christopher Colgan and Mary Ryan M. 18th Oct 1846 East Maitland. Mary died 17th Dec 1885 age 29 and is buried at Hiland Cemetery East Maitland with daughter Catherine. There are possibly 5 children all dying at a young age except Joseph b. 1852 d. 13 Feb. 1927 Canowindra who never married. I have no further information on Mary.
Christopher then married to Margaret Burke who was informant at time of death information is Christopher Colgan shoemaker, death George Street East Maitland 7th December 1874 63years cause Paralysis, buried 8th Dec. Catholic burial ground near West Maitland. Parents names were Christopher Colgan and Mary Welsh. Christopher was born Drogheda Ireland and had been in colony 50yrs, was married to Margaret at St Josephs East Maitland he was 45 no children of marriage. My great grandfather was Christopher Coghlan son of John Albert and Annie.

by melissarae on 2021-05-30 03:18:49

John Albert Coghlan was my grandmother's grandfather. she said John Albert worked for Cob and Co and was held up by Ben Hall the bushranger.

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