Philip Hogan 1
He was involved in the political troubles in Ireland and was sentenced to Life in Clonnell,Tipperary Arrived in Sydney on "Friendship" on 16 Feb 1800. He gained a Ticket of Leave in 1806 and was granted a Pardon on 22 July 1811 He and Mary had several children before they married in 1810
Old Cathoic Cemetery
Philip married Mary McMahon on 26 Mar 1810 in Parramatta, Cumberland County, New South Wales. (Mary McMahon was born about 1777 in Ennis, Clare, Munster, Ireland, died on 7 Sep 1859 in Tuglow River and was buried in Black Springs, Bathurst, New South Wales.)
St John's CofE
1 jan balgowan, balgowan family file.
Brian Yap (葉文意)
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