Margaret O'Shea, 18241864 (aged 40 years)

Name
Margaret /O'Shea/
Given names
Margaret
Surname
O'Shea
Birth
about 1824
Limerick, Ireland
Latitude: 52.66802 Longitude: -8.630498
Country: Ireland
INDI:BIRT:ADDR:NOTE: @N7930@
Death of a son
December 3, 1825 (aged 1 year)
Cheltenham, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Latitude: -37.967 Longitude: 145.068
City: Melbourne
State: Victoria
Country: Australia
REG NO 4936
1845 (aged 21 years)
St James, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Latitude: -37.810359 Longitude: 144.952223
City: Melbourne
State: Victoria
Country: Australia
FAM:MARR:ADDR:NOTE: @N8225@
FAM:MARR:ADDR:NOTE: @N8226@
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1845 REG NO 4936

Birth of a son
1846 (aged 22 years)
St James, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Latitude: -37.810359 Longitude: 144.952223
City: Melbourne
State: Victoria
Country: Australia
INDI:EVEN:ADDR:NOTE: @N8225@
INDI:EVEN:ADDR:NOTE: @N8226@
Birth of a daughter
1847 (aged 23 years)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Latitude: -37.813628 Longitude: 144.963058
City: Melbourne
State: Victoria
Country: Australia
INDI:EVEN:ADDR:NOTE: @N8223@
Birth of a son
1852 (aged 28 years)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Latitude: -37.813628 Longitude: 144.963058
City: Melbourne
State: Victoria
Country: Australia
INDI:EVEN:ADDR:NOTE: @N8223@
Birth of a son
about 1852 (aged 28 years)
Death of a son
1853 (aged 29 years)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Latitude: -37.813628 Longitude: 144.963058
City: Melbourne
State: Victoria
Country: Australia
INDI:EVEN:ADDR:NOTE: @N8223@
Birth of a son
1857 (aged 33 years)
Emerald Hill, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Latitude: -37.835 Longitude: 144.96
City: Melbourne
State: Victoria
Country: Australia
INDI:EVEN:ADDR:NOTE: @N8016@
INDI:EVEN:ADDR:NOTE: @N8253@
Birth of a son
1859 (aged 35 years)
Emerald Hill, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Latitude: -37.835 Longitude: 144.96
City: Melbourne
State: Victoria
Country: Australia
INDI:EVEN:ADDR:NOTE: @N8016@
INDI:EVEN:ADDR:NOTE: @N8253@
Birth of a son
1861 (aged 37 years)
Emerald Hill, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Latitude: -37.835 Longitude: 144.96
City: Melbourne
State: Victoria
Country: Australia
INDI:EVEN:ADDR:NOTE: @N8016@
INDI:EVEN:ADDR:NOTE: @N8253@
Death of a son
1861 (aged 37 years)
Emerald Hill, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Latitude: -37.835 Longitude: 144.96
City: Melbourne
State: Victoria
Country: Australia
INDI:EVEN:ADDR:NOTE: @N8016@
INDI:EVEN:ADDR:NOTE: @N8253@
Birth of a daughter
1863 (aged 39 years)
Emerald Hill, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Latitude: -37.835 Longitude: 144.96
City: Melbourne
State: Victoria
Country: Australia
INDI:EVEN:ADDR:NOTE: @N8016@
INDI:EVEN:ADDR:NOTE: @N8253@
Death of a daughter
1864 (0 after death)
Emerald Hill, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Latitude: -37.835 Longitude: 144.96
City: Melbourne
State: Victoria
Country: Australia
INDI:EVEN:ADDR:NOTE: @N8016@
INDI:EVEN:ADDR:NOTE: @N8253@
Death
February 23, 1864 (aged 40 years)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Latitude: -37.813628 Longitude: 144.963058
City: Melbourne
State: Victoria
Country: Australia
INDI:DEAT:ADDR:NOTE: @N8223@
Burial
Unique identifier
1ACBFDDB3096854F86C757426E6C0B21434D
Family with Charles Bartholomew Chessell
husband
18071889
Birth: December 9, 1807 32 32 Stoke Damerel, Dev
Death: 1889Richmond, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
herself
18241864
Birth: about 1824Limerick, Ireland
Death: February 23, 1864Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
REG NO 4936 REG NO 49361845St James, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
2 years
son
18461920
Birth: 1846 38 22 St James, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Death: May 28, 1920Claremont, Perth, Western Australia, Australia
2 years
daughter
18471916
Birth: 1847 39 23 Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Death: May 28, 1916Richmond, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
6 years
son
18521853
Birth: 1852 44 28 Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Death: 1853Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
1 year
son
18521825
Birth: about 1852 44 28
Death: December 3, 1825Cheltenham, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
6 years
son
1857
Birth: 1857 49 33 Emerald Hill, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Death:
3 years
son
1859
Birth: 1859 51 35 Emerald Hill, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Death:
3 years
son
18611861
Birth: 1861 53 37 Emerald Hill, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Death: 1861Emerald Hill, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
3 years
daughter
18631864
Birth: 1863 55 39 Emerald Hill, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Death: 1864Emerald Hill, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Birth
REG NO 4936
Burial
Birth
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Entry:

Lime. Ireland

This is probably Limerick, Ireland.

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BMD index record - see e-mail from Joy Light 16 Feb 2003

REG NO 4936
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There are at least two churchescalled St James in Melbourne:

St James in Richmond (fairly new church)

St James Old Cathedral, Melbourne City (1842)

An event happened within the church in 1846 so it is most likely St James Old Cathedral

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St James Old Cathedral
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
St James Old Cathedral
Melbourne StJamesOldCathedral.JPG
Location Melbourne
Country Australia
Denomination Anglican
History
Founded 1839
Dedicated 1847

Coordinates: 37°48′36.8″S 144°57′09.1″E St James Old Cathedral, an Anglican church, is the oldest church in Melbourne, Australia. It is one of only three buildings in the central city which predate the Victorian gold rush of 1851.[1]

The parish is led by the Revd Matthew Williams. The associate priest is the Revd Mike Raiter, director of the Centre for Biblical Preaching. The families minister is Colleen Arnold-Moore.

The building is listed on the Victorian Heritage Register.[1]

Contents

1 History
    1.1 Relocation
2 See also
3 References
4 External links

History

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The church's foundation stone was laid on 9 November 1839 by Charles La Trobe, the superintendent of the Port Phillip District (now the state of Victoria), in what was then still part of New South Wales. Melbourne was then only four years old and the church was one of the first substantial brick buildings to be built in the town. The church was designed by the town surveyor, Robert Russell, and built by George Beaver. One of the founders of Melbourne, John Batman, was among the subscribers who paid for the church's construction. It was opened in 1842 and completed in 1847.
Relocation
The church originally stood near the corner of Collins Street and William Street in the centre of the town (where there is still a small street called St James Lane). In 1848 Melbourne became an Anglican diocese and St James' became the cathedral church of the first Bishop of Melbourne, Charles Perry. It served as Melbourne's Anglican cathedral until St Paul's Cathedral was consecrated in 1891. In 1913–14 it was moved to a new site on the corner of King Street and Batman Street opposite the Flagstaff Gardens. The move was overseen by John Stevens Gawler, a Melbourne architect who was largely responsible for establishing the School of Architecture at the University of Melbourne.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_James_Old_Cathedral

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1845 REG NO 4936

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Surname: CHESSELL?Given Names: Charles Michael (???)?Event: M?Spouse Surname/Father: OSHEA?Spouse Gvn Names/Mother: Margaret?Sex: M?Year: 1845?Reg Number: 4936?Denomination: Church of England?Parish: ST JAMES, MELBOURNE?Fiche: 946

Death
Burial
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Age: 40Y?Birth Place: LIME?Year: 1864?Reg Number: 865