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Descendants of Edward BANNAN 1st

 

at 12 December 2016

 

First Generation



1. Edward BANNAN 1st [90] was born about 1790 in Ireland.

Edward married Honora TIERNEY [91].

The child from this marriage was:

+ 2 M    i. Edward BANNAN 2nd [92] was born about 1817 in Kings County, Ireland, died on 20 Nov 1882 in Kerang , Vic, Australia aged about 65, and was buried on 22 Nov 1882 in Kerang , Vic, Australia.

Edward married Mary REDMOND [93] (b. Abt 1830, d. 27 May 1913) on 4 Feb 1847 in Geelong, Vic, Australia.

Second Generation (Children)


2. Edward BANNAN 2nd [92] (Edward 1st1) was born about 1817 in Kings County, Ireland, died on 20 Nov 1882 in Kerang , Vic, Australia aged about 65, and was buried on 22 Nov 1882 in Kerang , Vic, Australia.

General Notes: Edward Bannan aged 30 came to Australia on a ship named "Thelis", 460 tons, which sailed from Cork on 9 November, 1841 and arrived at Port Phillip on 17 February, 1842. His trade was labourer, religion Roman Catholic. Also aboard this ship was Patrick Bannon, 31 carrier of Co. Cork and his wife, Mary Anne, 30 and their son John 6. It is uncertain if they were related to Edward Bannan.

Edward and Mary Redmond were married at St Mary's Church, Geelong. Witnesses to Edward and Mary's marriage were Maurice Treheny (?) and Catherine Redmond.

Edward's occupation was always recorded as farmer. In the 1875 Post Office Directory, Edward's occupation was said to be carrier.

Edward married Mary REDMOND [93], daughter of John REDMOND [224] and Sarah FARRELL [223], on 4 Feb 1847 in Geelong, Vic, Australia. Mary was born about 1830 in Ireland, died on 27 May 1913 in Kerang , Vic, Australia aged about 83, and was buried on 29 May 1913 in Kerang , Vic, Australia. Other names for Mary were REDMAN and REDMUN.

General Notes: Home duties

Mary Redmond sailed on the ship "Argyle" from Liverpool on 11 January 1841 and arrived at Port Phillip on 12 April, 1841. She was 11 years old at the time. Her sisters Catherine 9, Anne 7 her mother Sarah 36 and her father John Redmond, labourer born Co. Carlow sailed on that ship also. Sarah, Catherine, Mary and Anne were said to be born Co.Kilkenny.

name also spelled Redman, Redmund.

Mary's husband Edward BANNAN died in 1882 and following his death Mary was recorded as the owner of the property at Kerang East in the following Post Office Directories - 1884-85, 1888-89, 1891-92, 1893- 94, 1895-96. In the 1912 Electoral Roll Mary was living at Fitzroy Street, Kerang with her children Dennis and Mary.

Advocate (Melbourne, Vic. : 1868 - 1954) Thursday 30 June 1921 Page 21
http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/171060065
Births, Marriages, Deaths.
DEATHS.
BANNAN: On May 27, at Kerang, after a long illness. Mary, widow of the late Edward Bannan, and loved mother of William, Edward, Denis, Katherine Mrs. McKinnon, and Mrs. McAllan, at the age of 86 years; a colonist of 75 years,.
May the Lord have mercy on her soul.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 3 F    i. Sarah BANNAN [94] was born in 1847 in Ir Is , Vic, Australia and died in 1941 in Hay, NSW, Australia at age 94.

Sarah had a relationship with [—?—] [484].

Sarah married Donald McKINNNON [8945]. (b. Abt 1848, d. 1928)

   4 M    ii. William BANNAN [95] was born in 1849 in RI Ve, Vic, Australia and died in 1936 in Qld, Australia at age 87.

General Notes: It would appear that William went to Queensland with his brother James in the late 1890's or early 1900's and was listed as a kangaroo shooter in the vicinity of Mackay at the same time his brother was living in that area. In 1914 William is listed as a farmer at Yinnar, Victoria, so he may have returned to Victoria after his brother John's death at Yinnar and farmed there for a while, but it would appear he returned to Queensland at some stage after this. He is listed as living at Thargomindah, Qld in 1925. His occupation at this time is listed as Station manager.

   5 M    iii. John BANNAN [96] was born in 1851 in Le E, Vic, Australia, died on 19 Feb 1900 in Yinnar, Vic, Australia at age 49, and was buried on 20 Feb 1900 in Hazelwood, Vic, Australia. He had no relationships and no children.

General Notes: farmer.

   6 F    iv. Mary Anne BANNAN [97] was born in 1853 in Th El, Vic, Australia and died in 1909 in Terang, Vic, Australia at age 56.

General Notes: Kerang New Times (Vic. : 1901 - 1918) View title info Tue 27 Jul 1909 Page 2 OBITUARY
The death also took place on Sunday evening of Miss Mary Ann Bannan, daughter of Mrs Mary Bannan, of Kerang, and formerly of Kerang East. The deceased lady, who was 58 years of age, has been in indifferent health for some time past, went away to Gippsland for a change, she, however, on her return contracted pneumonia from which she never rallied.
The funeral will leave her mother's residence in Fitzroy street at 3.30 p.m. to day for the Kerang cemetery.

   7 M    v. James BANNAN [98] was born about 1854 and died in 1928 in Qld, Australia aged about 74.

General Notes: Went to Queensland and lived in the Mackay area later moving on to Cloncurry, QLD.

   8 F    vi. Honora BANNAN [99] was born in 1856 in Inverleigh, Vic, Australia and died in 1890 in Kerang , Vic, Australia at age 34.

+ 9 M    vii. Edward William BANNAN 3rd [33] was born on 5 Jan 1858 in Inverleigh, Vic, Australia, died on 1 Jan 1929 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia at age 70, and was buried on 2 Jan 1929 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia.

Edward married Blanche PERKINS [32] (b. 1883, d. 10 Apr 1948) on 5 Sep 1904 in Kerang , Vic, Australia.

+ 10 M    viii. Dennis Michael BANNAN [102] was born in 1859 in Shelford, Vic, Australia, died on 5 Dec 1947 in Garfield, Vic, Australia at age 88, and was buried on 8 Dec 1947 in Springvale, Vic, Australia.

Dennis married Mary Elizabeth MAHER [103] (b. Abt 1861, d. 1955) in 1888.

   11 F    ix. Anne Kate BANNAN [104] was born in 1861 in Shelford, Vic, Australia and died in 1919 in Hotham West, Vic, Australia at age 58.

General Notes: This death is probably the correct death for Kate although it is registered as Anne, as the age is correct as Anne (Kate) is said to be 59 years at death, and Anne would only be 52 in this year.

   12 F    x. Margaret BANNAN [105] was born in 1863 in Shelford, Vic, Australia and died in 1891 in Kerang , Vic, Australia at age 28.

General Notes: The Kerang Times (Vic. : 1889 - 1901) Fri 16 Oct 1891 Page 3 Advertising
THE Friends of Mrs. Edward Bannan, of Kerang East, are invited to follow the remains of her late daughter Margaret, to the place of interment, the Kerang cemetery, on Saturday (to-morrow). The funeral will leave her late residence at 10.30 a.m., reaching Kerang at 3 p.m.

+ 13 F    xi. Bridget Ann BANNAN [106] was born in 1864 in Inverleigh, Vic, Australia and died in 1932 in Camberwell, Vic, Australia at age 68.

Bridget married Ernest Frederick McALLEN [107] in 1892.

+ 14 F    xii. Anne BANNAN [108] was born in 1867 in Inverleigh, Vic, Australia and died in 1919 in Hotham West, Vic, Australia at age 52.

Anne married someone in 1910 in Vic, Australia.

   15 F    xiii. Ellen Catherine BANNAN [109] was born in 1869 in Inverleigh, Vic, Australia and died in 1888 in Kerang , Vic, Australia at age 19.

   16 M    xiv. Thomas BANNAN [110] was born in 1871 in Inverleigh, Vic, Australia and died in 1942 in Qld, Australia at age 71.

General Notes: There was a Thomas Joseph Bannan who was living at Winton siding near Hughenden in 1913. He is the only Thomas Bannan I can find in the electoral rolls at this time.

I have also found a Thomas Bannon who lived in the Mount Morgan area around the times the other Bannan brothers lived in Queensland.

   17 M    xv. Daniel BANNAN [111] was born in 1874 in Inverleigh, Vic, Australia and died in 1908 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia at age 34.

Third Generation (Grandchildren)


3. Sarah BANNAN [94] (Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born in 1847 in Ir Is , Vic, Australia and died in 1941 in Hay, NSW, Australia at age 94.

General Notes: The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Wednesday 18 September 1867 page 1
SARAH BANNAN is requested to call at or send her address to 100 Collins-street east

Possibly the correct Sarah Bannan
Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1926) Monday 18 October 1869 Page 1
Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1926) Tuesday 19 October 1869 Page 1
I HEREBY give notice that I have applied, under the 42nd Section of the "Amending Land Act, 1865," for a licence to occupy 60 acres of land situated on allotment 27, parish of Poorneet, county of Grenville. The Government Contract Surveyor is Mr C.A. C. Wilson.
SARAH BANNAN,
Shelford.

Although the story below states that Sarah married Donald McKinnon in 1873, I have found no marriage record. Sarah did have two children, one in 1873 and one in 1875 that have father mentioned on the birth certificates and the surnames are registered as Bannan.

The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954) Tue 28 Oct 1941 Page 2 Family Notices
McKINNON.- On the 24th October at her residence, Victoria ; Street, West Hay, Sarah McKinnon, relict of the late Donald McKinnon and mother of Mary, Lachlan, Flora, and Minnie, aged 93 years 7 months. A wonderful mother at rest

The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954) Tue 28 Oct 1941 Page 2 Mrs. S. McKinnon
Mrs. S. McKinnon
Mrs. Sarah McKinnon, relict of the late Donald McKinnon, who held the honour of being the oldest woman living in the district, and also ranked amongst the old residents, died on Friday evening at her home at West Hay, where she had lived for forty two years.
Mrs. McKinnon was a native of Geelong, and was married to the late Mr. McKinnon at Geelong in 1873.
Her husband was in the employ of the late Sir Samuel Wilson at Ercildoune and Marathon stations in Victoria, being head studmaster: He also managed Ardnowest station, near Mount Gambier. The family came to Hay about 1882, and Mr. McKinnon was first employed on Burrabogie. He subsequently followed station callings in various parts of the district, and died at Hay on 3rd February; 1928, in his eightieth year. Mrs. McKinnon was 93 and a half years old at the time of her death, and although for some time she had not been able to move about much, she, enjoyed fairly good , health. A heart attack developed on Thursday, and she passed away next evening.
Notwithstanding her great age she retained a remarkably accurate recollection of all outstanding happenings during her long life, and was keenly interested in all that was, going on around her.
She is survived by one son (Mr Lachlan McKinnon, and three daughters (Mrs. W. J. Fahey, Mrs. B
Hugh B. Ross, and Mrs J Connor of Hay). One (son, John, a returned soldier, and one daughter, Mrs McCutcheon, pre deceased her. There are 23 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. granddaughter, Sister Connor, is on active service overseas.
The funeral took place on Sunday and was largely attended by friends of the family. The burial was in the Presbyterian ground in the grave of her late husband. The service was conducted by the Rev. H D Mackie There were many very beautiful floral tributes.
The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr. Ron Wall.

The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954) Tue 24 Oct 1944 Page 2 Family Notices
IN MEMORIAM
McKINNON. - In loving memory of our beloved mother, Sarah McKinnon, who departed this life
24th October, 1941. Always remembered.
(Inserted by her loving son, Lachlan, and daughters Mary, Flora and Minnie, and her grandchildren.)

Sarah had a relationship with [—?—] [484]. This couple did not marry.

Their children were:

+ 18 F    i. Mary Redmond BANNAN [311] was born in 1873 in Geelong, Vic, Australia and died in 1958 in Hay, NSW, Australia at age 85.

Mary married William James FAHEY [8952] (b. Abt 1862, d. 1931) in 1905 in Hay, NSW, Australia.

   19 F    ii. Margaret McKINNON [312] was born in 1875 in Geelong, Vic, Australia and died in 1889 in NSW, Australia at age 14. Another name for Margaret was Margaret BANNAN.

General Notes: This child has two birth registrations, both in 1875, one as Margaret Bannan with no father, and once as Margaret McKinnon, with father Donald McKinnon, same year and same registration number.

The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954) Fri 25 Jan 1889 Page 2 Family Notices
DEATH.
McKINNON. - On 21st January, Margaret Maggie, the second beloved daughter of Donald and Sarah McKinnon, late of Sutherlands Creek, aged 13 years and 7 months.
God's will be done.

Sarah next married Donald McKINNNON [8945], son of Donald McKINNNON [8977] and Flora McKINNNON [8978]. Donald was born about 1848 in Scotland and died in 1928 in NSW, Australia aged about 80.

General Notes: Donald (3) came to Australia in 1853 on the Derry Castle with his parents Donald (50) and Flora (42) and sister Margaret (10).

The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954) View title info Tue 7 Feb 1928 Page 2 No title

Another of the old district residents passed away on Friday, when Mr. Donald McKinnon died at his home, at West Hay, in his eightieth year. Mr. McKinnon was born at Glasgow, Scotland in 1848, but came to Australia when nine years of age. He was married at Geelong, in January, 1873, to Miss Sarah Bannon, and the family came to the Hay district in 1882. For the last 28 years, with a slight break, they had resided at West Hay. For a number of years, Mr. McKinnon was in the employ of late Sir Samuel Wilson, of Ercildoune, and Marathon Station, he being head studmaster.
He was also manager of Ardnowest Station, Mount Gambler, for Mr. David Gutherie, of Geelong. He also followed station life for a time after coming to the Hay district. Deceased is survived by his wife and a family of four daughters, Mrs. W. J. Fahey, Mrs. K. McCutcheon, Mrs. H. B. Ross (Balranald), and Mrs. J. Connor, and two sons, Messrs. L. and J. McKinnon. The remains were interred in the Presbyterian Cemetery, on Saturday afternoon, the funeral being largely attended. The service was conducted by the Rev. R. J. Cashin. An old time cricketer, Mr. McKinnon remained an enthusiast on the game till his death.

The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954) Tue 7 Feb 1928 Page 2 Family Notices
Death.

McKINNON.- On the 3rd February, 1928, at his late residence, Victoria Street, West Hay, Donald, the beloved husband of Sarah McKinnon, and loved father of Mary, Lachian, John, Katie, Flora, and Minnie ; age 79 years and 3 months.
A patient sufferer at rest.
Return Thanks
MRS. D. McKINNON and FAMILY return their sincere thanks to Dr. K. Woods, for kindness and attention; also Messrs Milliken Bros., Mr. and Mrs. J. Smith, Mr. and Mrs J. Naylor. Mrs. and Misses Shadow, Mr. and Mrs. H. Weymouth, and other kind friends for letters, floral tributes, etc , in their recent sad bereavement, and also to the Rev. J. Cashin for his kindness.

The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954) Fri 5 Feb 1932 Page 2 Family Notices
In Memoriam

McKINNON. - In memory of my dear husband, Donald McKinnon, who died 3rd February,1928, at Hay, - Inserted by his loving wife, Sarah McKinnon, sons and daughters, grand children and great grandchildren.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 20 F    i. Mary Redmond BANNAN [311] was born in 1873 in Geelong, Vic, Australia and died in 1958 in Hay, NSW, Australia at age 85.

Mary married William James FAHEY [8952] (b. Abt 1862, d. 1931) in 1905 in Hay, NSW, Australia.

(Duplicate Line. See Person 18)

   21 F    ii. Margaret McKINNON [312] was born in 1875 in Geelong, Vic, Australia and died in 1889 in NSW, Australia at age 14. Another name for Margaret was Margaret BANNAN.

General Notes: This child has two birth registrations, both in 1875, one as Margaret Bannan with no father, and once as Margaret McKinnon, with father Donald McKinnon, same year and same registration number.

The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954) Fri 25 Jan 1889 Page 2 Family Notices
DEATH.
McKINNON. - On 21st January, Margaret Maggie, the second beloved daughter of Donald and Sarah McKinnon, late of Sutherlands Creek, aged 13 years and 7 months.
God's will be done.

   22 M    iii. Lachlan McKINNNON [8946] was born about 1876 and died in 1966 in Hay, NSW, Australia aged about 90.

+ 23 M    iv. John McKINNNON [8947] was born about 1880 and died in 1939 in Hay, NSW, Australia aged about 59.

John married Elizabeth MITCHELL [8956] (b. Abt 1885, d. 1955) in 1908 in Hay, NSW, Australia.

+ 24 F    v. Sarah Catherine McKINNNON [8951] was born about 1883 and died in 1932 in Hay, NSW, Australia aged about 49.

Sarah married James McCUTCHEON [8953] in 1911 in Vic, Australia.

+ 25 F    vi. Flora Elsie McKINNNON [8948] was born about 1886 and died in 1948 in Orange, NSW, Australia aged about 62.

Flora married Hugh Benjamin ROSS [8954] (d. 1946) in 1909 in Hay, NSW, Australia.

+ 26 F    vii. Minnie Helena McKINNNON [8949] was born about 1893 and died in 1978 in NSW, Australia aged about 85.

Minnie married John CONNOR [8955] (b. Abt 1881, d. 1953) in 1905 in Hay, NSW, Australia.

   27 M    viii. Donald E McKINNNON [8950] was born about 1893 and died in 1893 in Hay, NSW, Australia.

9. Edward William BANNAN 3rd [33] (Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born on 5 Jan 1858 in Inverleigh, Vic, Australia, died on 1 Jan 1929 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia at age 70, and was buried on 2 Jan 1929 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia.

General Notes: Edward and Blanche were married by Charles James Legale, Presbyterian Minister at the home of the bride's parents. Witnesses to the marriage were Mark Perkins and Mabel May Perkins.

Edward's wife Blanche left Edward about 1921 and the three youngest children, Mary, Muriel Anne and Dennis were placed in St.Aiden's Orphanage Bendigo. Edward died on 1.1.1929. An inquest was held into his death. A man driving along Koondrook Rd., approximately 2 and a half miles from Kerang saw Edward lying on the road injured. He picked Edward up and put him into his car and took him to the police station. He was taken to hospital at Kerang and transferred to Bendigo Hospital. He had fallen from a buggy when the horse bolted and had a broken back with spinal cord involvement. The accident occurred on 27.12.1928 and Edward died as a result of his injuries on 1.1.1929.

At the time of his death, Edward Bannan 3 was living with Thomas Henry Collins a farmer at Pyramid Creek about 4 and a half miles from Kerang. His wife Blanche was said to have left him about 8 years earlier and he had been living with Collins for about 2 years .

Edward's occupation was recorded as farmer in 1906 and boundary rider in 1915 and in 1922 labourer.

Noted events in his life were:

• He had a residence in Mincha, Vic, Australia in 1909-1924.

Edward married Blanche PERKINS [32], daughter of Mark PERKINS [88] and Annie Elizabeth FAULKNER [87], on 5 Sep 1904 in Kerang , Vic, Australia. Blanche was born in 1883 in Kerang , Vic, Australia, died on 10 Apr 1948 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia at age 65, and was buried on 12 Apr 1948 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia. Another name for Blanche was BEGGS.

General Notes: ur: Anderson St.,Bendigo

Blanche Perkins left her family in about 1921. Her three youngest children were placed in St.Aiden's Orphanage, Bendigo. She later married Wally Beggs and had a child also called Wally Beggs, who died on 29 April 1994 and was buried on 5.5.1994, privately. Information on Wally Beggs, 2 married Lenice children Stephen and Susan (children Michael, Daniel, Lenice and Stephen), Michael and Luiba (children Amanda, Kim and Mark), Paul and Gail (Children Kate, Julie, Natasha and Cameron)<@Herald_Sun*3.5.1994>

Blanche's daughter Mary lived at 27 Mount Korong Rd., Bendigo, this address was later changed to 13 Eaglehawk Rd., in the early 60's.

Noted events in her life were:

• She had a residence in Mincha, Vic, Australia in 1914-1919.

• She had a residence in Kerang , Vic, Australia in 1924-1931.

• In 1936 she resided at Pyramid Creek in Kerang , Vic, Australia.

• In 1937 she resided at High Street in Eaglehawk, Vic, Australia.

• In 1942 she resided at 50 Anderson Street in Bendigo, Vic, Australia.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 28 M    i. William Alexander BANNAN 2 [113] was born on 16 Sep 1904 and died in 1978 in Castlemaine, Vic, Australia at age 74.

William married Annie BEGELHOLE [302] (b. 1896, d. 1978) in 1942 in Castlemaine, Vic, Australia.

+ 29 F    ii. Catherine BANNAN [20] was born on 14 Apr 1906 in Macorna North, Vic, Australia, died on 21 Oct 1981 in Swan Hill , Vic, Australia at age 75, and was buried on 23 Oct 1981 in Fawkner, Vic, Australia.

Catherine married George JONES [21] (b. 3 Aug 1892, d. 19 Nov 1962) on 8 Jul 1922 in Kerang , Vic, Australia.

+ 30 M    iii. James Thomas BANNAN 2 [116] was born on 28 Aug 1908 in Macorna, Vic, Australia and died on 22 Jun 1988 at age 79.

James married Ellen Margaret WALSH [303] about 1960.

+ 31 M    iv. Edward BANNAN 4th [117] was born on 29 Oct 1910 in Mincha, Vic, Australia, died on 2 Jul 1998 in Gunbower, Vic, Australia at age 87, and was buried on 6 Jul 1998 in Patho, Vic, Australia.

Edward married Rita JONES [118] (b. Abt 1918, d. 5 Sep 2002) on 13 Oct 1934 in Cohuna, Vic, Australia.

+ 32 F    v. Mary Anne BANNAN [119] was born in 1913 in Macorna North, Vic, Australia and died on 17 Jan 1973 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia at age 60.

Mary married Edward George STEVENS [245] (b. 1912, d. 22 Feb 1988) on 1 Jun 1940.

   33 F    vi. Muriel Anne BANNAN [120] was born on 23 Oct 1915 in Macorna, Vic, Australia, died on 28 Nov 2001 in Korumburra, Vic, Australia at age 86, and was buried on 4 Dec 2001 in Korumburra, Vic, Australia. Other names for Muriel were Anne BANNAN and Annie BANNAN. She had no relationships and no children.

General Notes: It is possible that there were children of Anne (Muriel) Bannan, possibly twins born whilst she was a young woman living and working for the Loorham ?? family, but although there is such a story, no facts have been found to substantiate it.

+ 34 M    vii. Dennis BANNAN 2 [236] was born about 1919 and died in 1979 in Melbourne, Vic, Australia aged about 60.

Dennis married Dulcie Jean [—?—] [1849] (d. Sep 2012) about 1948.

10. Dennis Michael BANNAN [102] (Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born in 1859 in Shelford, Vic, Australia, died on 5 Dec 1947 in Garfield, Vic, Australia at age 88, and was buried on 8 Dec 1947 in Springvale, Vic, Australia. Another name for Dennis was Denis Michael BANNAN.

General Notes: Dennis and Mary lost 3 sons in World War 1, 2 in France on the Somme in 1916 and one in Syria in 1918. They lost two grandsons in New Guinea in 1943 during World War 2.

In the 1912 electoral roll, Dennis Bannan was living at Fitzroy Street Kerang with his wife Mary and his mother, also Mary (Redmond). He died at Garfield, Victoria in 1947. He was living at the Iona Hotel, Garfield at the time of his death.

The Late David Eyre Simcocks (1937 - 24.9.2006 late of Garfield) remembers, as a child, going to the Garfield Hotel to get some alcohol for his mother to make her Christmas puddings and seeing deceased Dennis Bannan laid out in one of the rooms at the hotel. He turned around and ran out of the Hotel and went back home, without the alcohol. He recounted this story to me during a discussion in about 2000.

The Argus Melbourne Saturday 6 December 1947 page 38
DEATHS
BANNAN.-On December 5. loving father of Kathleen and Michael (Mr. and Mrs. Keogh), fond grandpa of Maureen, Kathleen, Michael John, and Della.

BANNAN.-On December 5, Dennis loving father of Vincent and Gladys, fond grand- pa of Ronald. Leonard. Stanley, and Dennis. -At peace.

BANNAN.-On December 5. loving father of Cis (Mrs. Quirk.) and Percival, fond grandpa of Dennis (2nd AIF.), Mary, Percy, and Frank. -At rest.

BANNAN.-Dennis, fond pal and grandpa of Keenie and Jimmy Holland.

BANNAN.-Dennis fond and loving grandpa of Jimmy Frawley.

BANNAN.-Dennis, loving father-in-law of the late James Frawley, and father of Maggie (Mrs. Frawley), fond grandpa of Ada (Mrs. Plumridge). Keenie (Mrs. Holland) Jack (deceased, 2nd AIF). Jim, and Kevin (deceased. 2nd AIF). -Rest in peace.

BANNAN.-On December 5. at the residence of his daughter. Iona Hotel Garfield. Dennis, loved husband of Mary, loved father of Elizabeth (Cis, Mrs. Quirk). John, Joseph, (deceased. 1st A.I.F.). Margaret (Mrs. Frawley), Francis (deceased, 1st A.I.F.), William (deceased. 1st A.I.F.), Redmond (Mick. A.M.F.). Dennis (deceased), James, (deceased). Kathleen (Mrs. Keogh). Vincent (2nd AIF.). -Rest in peace.

Dennis married Mary Elizabeth MAHER [103], daughter of John MAHER [346] and Eliza DAVERNES [345], in 1888. Mary was born about 1861, died in 1955 in Brunswick, Vic, Australia aged about 94, and was buried on 14 Sep 1955 in Springvale, Vic, Australia.

General Notes: lived 237 Blythe Street Brunswick.

The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Wednesday 14 September 1955 Page 13
http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/71695209
BANNAN. - On September 22, at her daughter's home, 237 Blyth street, Brunswick, Mary Elizabeth,
beloved wife of the late Dennis Bannan, beloved mother of Elizabeth (Mrs. Quirk). John (deceased).
Maggie (Mrs. Frawley). Frank (deceased), William (deceased), Michael (deceased). Kathleen (Mrs.
(Keogh), and Vincent, late of Kerang, aged 95 years. -Requiescat in pace.

BANNAN. - Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Mrs. MARY ELIZABETH BANNAN
will be celebrated at St. Joseph's Church, Stokes street, Port Melbourne, THIS DAY (Wednesday),
at 9 a.m., after which the cortege will proceed to the Necropolis, Spring Vale.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 35 F    i. Elizabeth Mary BANNAN [121] was born in 1889 in Kerang , Vic, Australia and died in 1979 in Moor., Vic, Australia at age 90.

Elizabeth married Percival Patrick QUIRK [446] (b. 1889, d. 1961) in 1917.

+ 36 M    ii. John Joseph BANNAN [122] was born in 1891 in Kerang , Vic, Australia, died on 16 Oct 1918 in Syria at age 27, and was buried in Damascas, , Syria.

John married Mary Anne O'CONNELL [304] in 1913.

+ 37 F    iii. Margaret Ellen BANNAN [123] was born in 1893 in Kerang , Vic, Australia and died in 1973 in Brunswick, Vic, Australia at age 80.

Margaret married James Patrick Andrew FRAWLEY [442] (b. Abt 1884, d. 7 Sep 1947) in 1913.

   38 M    iv. Francis Thomas BANNAN [124] was born in 1895 in Kerang , Vic, Australia, died on 28 Jul 1916 in Somme, , France at age 21, and was buried in France.

General Notes: The Argus Melbourne Friday 5 January 1917 page 8
MISSING SOLDIERS.
Mrs. Bannan. of Kerang, would be pleased if any returned soldier could give any information concerning her son, Private Frank T. Bannan, who has been missing since July 28. He was of the 23rd Battalion, B Company.

Advocate (Melbourne, Vic. : 1868 - 1954) Saturday 25 August 1917 Page 20
http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/152184914
Killed In Action.
BANNAN: In loving memory of Francis Thomas, killed in action, France, on the, 28th July, 1916, also William James, killed August 24th, 1916, the dearly beloved sons of Mr. and Mrs Denis Bannan, of Kerang.
Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on their souls.Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for them.
Sadly missed.

In 1921 Francis's mother wrote to the War Office asking for his personal possessions to which the Army replied that whilst the belongings of his brother William J had been returned in 1917, in view of the time that has elapsed since Francis's demise, it was considered improbably that any other articles were recovered.

Francis Thomas Bannan is buried or possibly commemorated as his remains may not have been found, at the Villers Brettoneux Memorial Cemetery in France. He was a private number 1878 with the 23rd Bn. Australian Infantry AIF.
From the War Graves Photographic Project website - Details:
28th July 1916. Age 21. Son of Dennis and Mary Bannan of Kerang Victoria.

   39 M    v. William James BANNAN 1st [305] was born in 1897 in Kerang , Vic, Australia, died on 24 Aug 1916 in Somme, , France at age 19, and was buried in Longeuval, , France.

General Notes: Bendigonian (Bendigo) Thursday 12 October 1916 page 9
AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL FORCES. THE CASUALTY LISTS. The list of casualties since last Thursday included : BENDIGO AND NORTHERN DISTRICT MEN. KILLED IN ACTION. Sgt R. J. McKENNA, Donald, 19/7/16. Ptc. T. M. BROWN, California Gully, 26/8/16.. Pte.' E. C. WHITELEY, Maryborough 26/8/'16. . Pte N. L. RODGERS,-Donald,' 6/8/16. Pte. F. J RYAN, Heathcote; 26/8/16. Pte. J. :P . McCORMACK, Bendigo, 26/8/,16. Pte. :C. BECKWITH, Undera, 22/8/16. Pte. :L C. INGLEFINGER, .Long Gully, 27 /8/l6.. Sgt J C. KERR,. Shepparton, ~5/8/16. Sgt:- T. MURPHY, Yandoit, .25?8/16.. A Cpl. W. J. BANNAN, Kerang,. 24/8/16. Pte. A. W. FROHLICK. Stuart Mill, 25/8/1.

On the September - October 1915 William was at Gallipoli. In early 1916 he was at Alexandria and at the end of March he disembarked at Marseilles.

The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Wednesday 4 October 1916 Page 1
http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/1624133
DIED ON SERVICE.
BANNAN.-Killed in action, on the 24th August, in France, Corporal William J. Bannan, dearly
loved son of Denis and Mary Bannan, Fitzroy street, Kerang, loving brother of Cissie, Jack,
late of Berwick (on active service), Mrs. J. Frawley, Frank (now missing), Mick, Kathleen, and Vin. R.I.P.
"Immaculate heart of Mary,
Your prayers for him extol;
Oh, sacred heart of Jesus,
Have mercy on his soul."
-(Inserted by his sorrowing parents, brothers, and sisters.)

In May 1936 the Bannan's received a letter advising that William J's remains had been exhumed North of Pozieres and reburied at the London Cemetery Extension, Longeuval France and a headstone was to be erected. At that time, his identity disc was found and that was how he was identified. They advised that the remains of Francis T had not been found at that time but his name would be inscribed in the National Memorial to the Missing to be erected at Villers Brettoneux, France. His personal effects were returned to Dennis and Mary in 1917.

William is buried at the London Cemetery and Extension, Longeuval, France. His rank was Corporal no 1783A. He was with the 24th Battalion AIF. Details:
From the War Graves Photographic project website - 24/08/16 Aged 19 2.C.27. Son of Dennis and Mary E. Bannan, of Victoria, Australia.

The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954) Fri 27 Jul 1917 Page 2 Advertising
BANNAN. - In loving remembrance of Willie, second eldest son of Denis and Mary Bannan, of Kerang, killed in action, July 28th, 1916, at Pozieres, loving brother of Jack (on active, service) and Frank (missing), and loving: cousin of Kate McCutcheon (Vic.), Flora Ross, and Minnie Connor, of Hay.
'Duty nobly done.'
BANNAN - In loving memory of my nephew, Willie Bannan, age 22. years, killed in-action at Pozieres, on July 28th, 1916.- (Inserted by his aunt, Mrs Sarah McKinnon. )

   40 M    vi. Redmond Michael BANNAN [306] was born on 9 Apr 1899 in Kerang , Vic, Australia, died on 25 Mar 1951 in Albury, NSW, Australia at age 51, and was buried on 28 Mar 1951 in Springvale, Vic, Australia. Other names for Redmond were Michael BANNAN and Mick BANNAN.

General Notes: Known as Mick. He enlisted at South Melbourne in WW2. His service number was V150966. He served in the Australian Army Canteen Service and it would appear he was court martialled on 19 December 1945 for receiving public property between 1 Jun 1945 and 30 September 1945, knowing it to have been stolen .

The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Tuesday 27 March 1951 Page 16
http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/23045992
BANNAN. On March 25 ( suddenly), at Albury Hospital, Michael, loved son of Mary and the late
Dennis Bannan, of 237 Blyth street, Brunswick, loving brother of Cis (Mrs. Quirk), Jack (deceased),
Maggie (Mrs. Frawley), Frank (deceased), Willie (deceased), Kath (Mrs. Keogh), and Vincent, late of
Kerang and Cohuna. - R.I.P.

BANNAN. The Funeral of the late MICHAEL BANNAN will leave Sleights funeral home St Kilda road Hildaurne TOMORROW (Wednesday March 28) at 9 45 a m for the Necropolis Springvale.

28/03/1951 Roman Catholic, Compartment K, Section 4, Grave 32

   41 M    vii. Denis Augustine BANNAN [125] was born in 1901 in Vic, Australia and died in 1902 in Kerang , Vic, Australia at age 1.

   42 M    viii. James Mathew BANNAN [126] was born in 1903 and died in 1903 in Kerang , Vic, Australia.

+ 43 F    ix. Kathleen Eleanor BANNAN [127] was born in 1905 and died in 1987 in Vic, Australia at age 82.

Kathleen married Michael Edward KEOGH [6458] in 1934 in Vic, Australia.

+ 44 M    x. Vincent James BANNAN [128] was born on 28 Apr 1908 and died in 1971 in Park., Vic, Australia at age 63.

Vincent married Gladys Annie Grace SANDS [3935] (b. 3 Jun 1912, d. 15 May 1998) in 1931.

13. Bridget Ann BANNAN [106] (Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born in 1864 in Inverleigh, Vic, Australia and died in 1932 in Camberwell, Vic, Australia at age 68.

Bridget married Ernest Frederick McALLEN [107] in 1892.

Children from this marriage were:

   45 M    i. Harold Oetki McALLEN [184] was born in 1893 in Richmond, Vic, Australia.

   46 F    ii. Eileen Redmond McALLEN [7847] was born in 1897 in East Melbourne, Vic, Australia.

   47 F    iii. Alma Leigh McALLEN [112] was born in 1902 in Melbourne East, Vic, Australia.

14. Anne BANNAN [108] (Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born in 1867 in Inverleigh, Vic, Australia and died in 1919 in Hotham West, Vic, Australia at age 52.

General Notes: Anne probably married a McKinnon, but I have been unable to find a marriage or a death.

Anne married someone in 1910 in Vic, Australia.

Fourth Generation (Great-Grandchildren)


18. Mary Redmond BANNAN [311] (Sarah BANNAN3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born in 1873 in Geelong, Vic, Australia and died in 1958 in Hay, NSW, Australia at age 85. Another name for Mary was Mary Redmond McKINNNON.

General Notes: The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954) Tue 30 May 1905 Page 2 Family Notices
Marriage.
Fahey - McKinnon - On the 4th May, at the residence of the bride's parents, Hay, by the Rev. Father O'Connoll, William J. Fahey to Mary R. McKinnon.

Mary married William James FAHEY [8952] in 1905 in Hay, NSW, Australia. William was born about 1862 and died in 1931 in Hay, NSW, Australia aged about 69.

General Notes: In 1910, William was assistant town clerk at Hay

The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954) Fri 3 Apr 1931 Page 2
We regret to have to record the death of Mr. William James Fahey, which sad event took place yesterday morning, after a lengthy illness, which was borne with great fortitude.
The cause of death was diabetes. Mr. Fahey was a native of Richmond, Victoria, where he was born sixty nine years ago. He came to this State forty-four years ago, and was engaged as bookkeeper for Mr. J. L. Corrigan, for some time. He after wards went in the same, capacity to
Corrong, and it is as bookkeeper for the late Mr. Albert P. E. Tyson, that the deceased was best known in this district. When failing health rendered it desirable that he should come into Hay to reside, he continued to act as clerk and in a confidential capacity to some firms in the town,
with much acceptance. He was also a very successful secretary of the Hay Jockey Club, his interest in the club extending beyond his mere clerical duties. Of late years, he had acted as a director of the Hay Butter Factory Company Ltd., and in that capacity he was present at the annual
meeting of the shareholders, last month. Mr. Fahey married Miss Mary McKinnon, daughter of the late Donald and Mrs. McKinnon, of West Hay, and his wife and a son, William, and a daughter. Mary (Mrs. James Thomson) survive him. The deceased gentleman was one of the old school of dependable employees whose interest in their work extended far beyond their working hours.
He was an exceedingly careful and neat clerk, and no one who employed him in that capacity ever regretted it.
His host of friends will join in expressing their sympathy with the bereaved wife and family. The funeral took place this afternoon, moving from St. Virgilius' Church. There was a good and representative attendance to pay the last sad offices of respect to an esteemed citizen. Rev. Fr. Carroll officiated.


Children from this marriage were:

   48 M    i. William James FAHEY [8957] was born about 1907, died in 1945 in WW2 aged about 38, and was buried in Singapore.

General Notes: The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954) Fri 22 Jun 1945 Page 2 L./CPL. W. J. FAHEY

L./CPL. W. J. FAHEY
:o:
Missing, Believed Dead
Relatives residing at Hay, have received word that L./Cpl. W. J. Fahey, previously posted missing, is now reported missing, believed dead.
'Bill' was the only son of the late William J. Fahey and Mrs. Fahey, of 33 Sofala Avenue, Lane Cove, who were old and highly respected residents of Hay. He was born and educated here finishing at the War Memorial High School. He was a very keen cricketer, footballer and tennis
player, and popular with the young folk of the town. Leaving Hay some years ago, he finally settled at Griffith, and at the time of enlistment in February, 1942, was manager of Mirool Guest House, Griffith, where his mother resided with him for a while. He was 36 years of age when he enlisted, and single. He was a grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. D. McKinnon, nephew of Mr. L. McKin
non and Mrs. John Connor (West Hay), and brother of Mrs. Mary Thompson (Lane Cove) , whose husband also served in the forces with him.
Much sympathy has been expressed with the relatives on the receipt of the distressing news.

Either the newspaper story is incorrect of the date on his grave is incorrect as one has 1945, the other 1942

UK, Commonwealth War Graves, 1914-1921 and 1939-1947
Name:William James Fahey
Age:35
Birth Date:abt 1907
Death Date:9 Feb 1942
Cemetery:Kranji War Cemetery
Burial Country:Singapore
Father:William James Fahey
Mother:Mary Redmond Fahey
Regimental Number:NX 49773
Region or Memorial:Singapore

From Australian War Memorial Website
Roll of Honour:
William James Fahey
Service Number: NX49773
Rank: Private
Unit: 2/19th Australian Infantry Battalion
Service: Australian Army
Conflict / Operation: Second World War, 1939-1945
Conflict eligibility date: Second World War, 1939-1947
Date of death: 9 February 1942
Place of death: Malaya
Cause of death: Killed in action
Cemetery or memorial details: Kranji War Cemetery, Kranji, Singapore

+ 49 F    ii. Mary S E FAHEY [8958] was born in 1908 in Hay, NSW, Australia.

Mary married James THOMAS [8979] in 1929 in Hay, NSW, Australia.

20. Mary Redmond BANNAN [311] (Sarah BANNAN3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born in 1873 in Geelong, Vic, Australia and died in 1958 in Hay, NSW, Australia at age 85. Another name for Mary was Mary Redmond McKINNNON.

General Notes: The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954) Tue 30 May 1905 Page 2 Family Notices
Marriage.
Fahey - McKinnon - On the 4th May, at the residence of the bride's parents, Hay, by the Rev. Father O'Connoll, William J. Fahey to Mary R. McKinnon.

Mary married William James FAHEY [8952] in 1905 in Hay, NSW, Australia. William was born about 1862 and died in 1931 in Hay, NSW, Australia aged about 69.

General Notes: In 1910, William was assistant town clerk at Hay

The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954) Fri 3 Apr 1931 Page 2
We regret to have to record the death of Mr. William James Fahey, which sad event took place yesterday morning, after a lengthy illness, which was borne with great fortitude.
The cause of death was diabetes. Mr. Fahey was a native of Richmond, Victoria, where he was born sixty nine years ago. He came to this State forty-four years ago, and was engaged as bookkeeper for Mr. J. L. Corrigan, for some time. He after wards went in the same, capacity to
Corrong, and it is as bookkeeper for the late Mr. Albert P. E. Tyson, that the deceased was best known in this district. When failing health rendered it desirable that he should come into Hay to reside, he continued to act as clerk and in a confidential capacity to some firms in the town,
with much acceptance. He was also a very successful secretary of the Hay Jockey Club, his interest in the club extending beyond his mere clerical duties. Of late years, he had acted as a director of the Hay Butter Factory Company Ltd., and in that capacity he was present at the annual
meeting of the shareholders, last month. Mr. Fahey married Miss Mary McKinnon, daughter of the late Donald and Mrs. McKinnon, of West Hay, and his wife and a son, William, and a daughter. Mary (Mrs. James Thomson) survive him. The deceased gentleman was one of the old school of dependable employees whose interest in their work extended far beyond their working hours.
He was an exceedingly careful and neat clerk, and no one who employed him in that capacity ever regretted it.
His host of friends will join in expressing their sympathy with the bereaved wife and family. The funeral took place this afternoon, moving from St. Virgilius' Church. There was a good and representative attendance to pay the last sad offices of respect to an esteemed citizen. Rev. Fr. Carroll officiated.

(Duplicate Line. See Person 18)

23. John McKINNNON [8947] (Sarah BANNAN3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born about 1880 and died in 1939 in Hay, NSW, Australia aged about 59.

General Notes: The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954) Tue 14 Feb 1939 Page 2 OBITUARY.
OBITUARY.

Mr. John McKinnon.
During the past six weeks death has removed more well known residents of the district from our midst than during any similar period of time in memory, the latest victim being Mr. John McKinnon, of Benduck Back Station, who died in the Hay Hospital on Friday evening, after three days' illness.
Jack McKinnon was born at Werribee Park, Victoria, 59 years ago, and was the younger son of the late Donald and Mrs. McKinnon, of West Hay. He came to the Hay district with the family at an early age, and as he grew up followed the calling of his father, that of station work. As a young man he entered the employ of the late Mr. Gordon Ayre, and later became an employee of Messrs. Stevenson, and Ayre. Being a good horseman he had no difficulty in qualifying for inclusion in
the Bushmen's Contingent, which took part in the South African War of 1900-2, and he served 12 months at the front. He came through unscathed, but his horse was shot dead under him in one skirmish with the Boers. He continued with the same pastoral firm and went to Moangul, in the Ivanhoe district, and later to Adavale, near Booligal. ; From there he enlisted for the Great' War,
and went into camp, where he stayed for some months, but was unable to pass the medical test. To his chagrin he was compelled to return to civilian life and found a berth with his old employers, going to Kaine, in the Western district of Victoria, to look after that property, which was then owned by the late Mr. A. G. Stevenson. About 1920, he returned to Benduck to take charge of the back station, and he has remained there ever since. He was very highly esteemed by his employers, and he had over many years proved his efficiency and his painstaking care for the welfare of the interests of the firm which employed him.
For some time past he had not enjoyed good health, but he did not complain, and carried on with his work. On Tuesday he had been working at a well, but in the evening appeared as well as usual. About 10 p.m., Mrs. McKinnon heard him searching for methylated spirits, which belaid he wished to rub into an old injury to his knee. As he did not return to bed she went to see what had happened, and found him kneeling on the floor. He said he was unable to get back to bed,
and she tried to make him comfortable where he was while she rang for help. She could not raise anybody on the telephone, and as she was alone with her husband, other members of the family being in Hay, she went to catch a horse to put in the sulky. She succeeded in doing this. Her husband by this time was in a state of collapse, but she placed him in the sulky, and then she
drove the vehicle over three miles to Mr. S. Milliken's Yarrawa. where the son was employed. Here Mr. McKinnon was quickly transferred to a motor car and driven to Dr. Thompson's, the doctor being informed beforehand on the telephone. The patient reached Hay about' 3a.m., and was at once taken to the Hospital, where it was found that he was suffereing from a bad paralytic seizure. He revived slightly next day. but complications setting in he relapsed, and died on Friday evening.
Mr. McKinnon was married at Hay over 30 years ago to Miss Lizzie Mitchell, daughter of the late Mr and Mrs J. Mitchell. She and a family of one son and nine daughters survive. They are Mr. John L. McKinnon, Mary (Mrs. Reid, Cooinbil); Sarah (Mrs. F. C. Johnson of Greenvale) ; Victoria (Mrs. H. A. Keys); Flora; Minnie (Mrs. T. Cameron, Benduck) ; Jean, Matilda, Margaret and Ethel, the youngest girl being about 12 years old. General regret is expressed with the sorely bereaved
family.
The funeral took place on Saturday afternoon, the body being buried in the Presbyterian portion
of the cemetery, after a service had been held at the Church. Both the services were conducted by the Rev. H. D. Mackie. There was a good attendance of town and district residents, who took the last opportunity to 'show their regard for a man who was widely known and highly respected by all who came in contact with him. At the close of the graveside service, 'The Last Post' was sounded by Mr. W. J. Wilkins.

The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954) Tue 16 Jan 1940 Page 2 Family Notices
DEATH

McKlNNON. - At the Hay Hospital on 25th December, Flora Elsie, beloved daughter of Mrs. John McKinnon and the late John McKinnon, of Benduck, Hay and loving granddaughter of Mrs. Sarah McKinnon, of West Hay. Age 23 years. At Rest.

John married Elizabeth MITCHELL [8956], daughter of Joseph MITCHELL [8984] and Matilda HURLE [8985], in 1908 in Hay, NSW, Australia. Elizabeth was born about 1885 and died in 1955 in Hay, NSW, Australia aged about 70.

Children from this marriage were:

   50 M    i. John Lachlan McKINNNON [8959] was born in 1909 in Hay, NSW, Australia and died in 1985 in Brown Hill, Vic, Australia at age 76.

General Notes: John Lachelon McKinnon
in the Australia, World War II Military Service Records, 1939-1945
military record for John Lachelon McKinnon
Name:John Lachelon McKinnon
Birth Date:27 Mar 1909
Birth Place:Hay New South Wales
Year Range:1939 - 1948
Enlistment Place:Royal Park Victoria
Service number:VX52625
Next of Kin:Mavis McKinnon
Series Description:B883: Army, 2nd Al F

+ 51 F    ii. Mary Elizabeth McKINNNON [8960] was born about 1910.

Mary married REID [8983].

+ 52 F    iii. Sarah Catherine McKINNNON [8961] was born about 1912 and died about 1996 aged about 84.

Sarah married Francis Clyde JOHNSON [8980] in 1937 in Hay, NSW, Australia.

+ 53 F    iv. Victoria Violet McKINNNON [8962] was born about 1914 and died about 2000 aged about 86.

Victoria married Hector Austin KEYS [8982] (d. 1975) in 1936 in Hay, NSW, Australia.

   54 F    v. Flora McKINNNON [8963] was born about 1915 in Hay, NSW, Australia and died in 1939 in Hay, NSW, Australia aged about 24.

+ 55 F    vi. Minnie McKINNNON [8964]

Minnie married CAMERON [8981].

   56 F    vii. Jean Veronica McKINNNON [8965]

   57 F    viii. Matilda McKINNNON [8966]

   58 F    ix. Margaret McKINNNON [8967]

   59 F    x. Ethel McKINNNON [8968]

24. Sarah Catherine McKINNNON [8951] (Sarah BANNAN3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born about 1883 and died in 1932 in Hay, NSW, Australia aged about 49.

General Notes: The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954) Sat 16 Jul 1932 Page 2 Family Notices
McCUTCHEON.- On the 12th inst.,at the Hay Hospital, suddenly, Sarah Catherine, third daughter of the late Donald McKinnon, and Mrs McKinnon, of West Hay ; age 5o.
RETURN THANKS
MRS. McKINNON, mother of the late Mrs McCutcheon, and the deceased lady's brothers and sisters, and her son, desire to thank Mrs J. Smith, and also all other friends for assistance,
floral tributes, and kind expressions of sympathy received in their recent sad bereavement

Sarah married James McCUTCHEON [8953] in 1911 in Vic, Australia.

25. Flora Elsie McKINNNON [8948] (Sarah BANNAN3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born about 1886 and died in 1948 in Orange, NSW, Australia aged about 62.

General Notes: The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954) Tue 28 Sep 1948 Page 2 Family Notices
ROSS. - On September 22nd, at Orange Base Hospital, Flora Elsie (nee McKinnon), relect of the late Hugh Ross, of Cobar and Hay, and loving mother of Margaret (Mrs. C. Simpson, of Temora, Elsie, Mrs. J. Apthorpe of Orange, Hugh of Sydney, Donald, Japan, and Betty, Orange, and loving sister of Lachlan McKinnon, of Hay, Mrs. John Connor, Hay, and Mrs. M. R. Fahey, of Mosman.

Flora married Hugh Benjamin ROSS [8954] in 1909 in Hay, NSW, Australia. Hugh died in 1946 in Orange, NSW, Australia.

General Notes: The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954) Tue 29 Oct 1912 Page 2 Family Notices
Return Thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. HUGH ROSS desire to return their sincere thanks to Drs. Feilchenfeld and Hartridge for their kindness and attention to their little daughter during her recent illness ; also, to their many kind friends and neighbors for assistance and sympathy.


Children from this marriage were:

   60 F    i. Margaret S ROSS [8970] was born in 1910 in Hay, NSW, Australia.

   61 M    ii. Hugh John ROSS [8969] was born in 1912 in Hay, NSW, Australia and died in 1984 in NSW, Australia at age 72.

   62 F    iii. Flora E ROSS [8971] was born in 1915 in Hay, NSW, Australia.

26. Minnie Helena McKINNNON [8949] (Sarah BANNAN3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born about 1893 and died in 1978 in NSW, Australia aged about 85.

Minnie married John CONNOR [8955] in 1905 in Hay, NSW, Australia. John was born about 1881 and died in 1953 in NSW, Australia aged about 72.

General Notes: The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954) Tue 1 Sep 1953 Page 2 OBITUARY
OBITUARY
Mr. John Connor
The death occurred very suddenly yesterday of an old and highly respected resident of the district in the person of Mr. John Connor, in his 72nd year.
Mr. Connor, who had not been in the best of health for some little time, went out with his son, Mick, to Burrabogie, to pick up some of his tools. Whilst there, sitting in the car, he suddenly collapsed and died before medical aid could reach him. Mr. Connor was the eldest of the nine children of the late Joseph Connor and came to this district at the age of five years from Mount Hope. He has lived here ever since.
He was employed as an engine driver at the irrigation area pumping station for several years from about 1911, but most of his life has been spent in earth moving contract work. He worked his teams over a large part of the Hay district, tank sinking, road building, and other work and he was known not only as a most honest straight forward dealer, but a man who scarcely knew when the day's work was done. His toil was during the days when a man had to plod behind his horses with plough and scoop and a great many of the dams in the district, as well as the roads, resulted from his, industry.
During his younger days Mr. Connor, was a keen cricketer, footballer, and swimmer; he won a lot of trophies at the latter sport particularly.
His wife, who was a Miss Minnie McKinnon, one of a very well known family in the district,
survives him with their five, children. The family are Sister Gwen Connor (of the Sydney Hospital), John Edward (Mick) of Hay), Thelma (Mrs. Ridges, Hay), Charlie (Hay), and Joyce (Mrs. Connelly, Melbourne). One son and Charlie and Sister Gwen Connor, served in the A.I.F. over seas. Sister Connor served for a long time with distinction in the Middle East with the Nursing Service.
He is also survived by one sister, May (Mrs. Reg Hedley, of Hay), and four brothers, Joseph, Les and Fred (of Hay), and Arthur (Sydney).
The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock, from the St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Hay. Mr. Ron Wall is making the funeral arrangements.


Children from this marriage were:

   63 F    i. Gwen CONNOR [8975] .

   64 M    ii. John Edward CONNOR [8972] was born in 1907 in NSW, Australia and died in 1979 in NSW, Australia at age 72.

   65 F    iii. Annie Thelma CONNOR [8973] was born in 1912 in NSW, Australia.

   66 M    iv. Charles Joseph Donald CONNOR [8974] died in 1979 in NSW, Australia.

   67 F    v. Minnie Joyce CONNOR [8976] was born about 1924 and died in 1966 in Box Hill, Vic, Australia aged about 42.

28. William Alexander BANNAN 2 [113] (Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born on 16 Sep 1904 and died in 1978 in Castlemaine, Vic, Australia at age 74.

General Notes: William Alexander enlisted in WW2. His service number was VX117543.

William married Annie BEGELHOLE [302], daughter of William BEGELHOLE [5638] and Ellen Capewell BIRKIN [5637], in 1942 in Castlemaine, Vic, Australia. Annie was born in 1896 in Coolgardie, WA, Australia and died in 1978 in Castlemaine, Vic, Australia at age 82.

29. Catherine BANNAN [20] (Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born on 14 Apr 1906 in Macorna North, Vic, Australia, died on 21 Oct 1981 in Swan Hill , Vic, Australia at age 75, and was buried on 23 Oct 1981 in Fawkner, Vic, Australia. Other names for Catherine were Cath BANNAN, Katherine Theresa BANNAN, Kathleen Mary JONES, and Kathleen Theresa JONES.

General Notes: ur. 148 Albion St. Brunswick

Catherine Bannan later became known as Kathleen Theresa or Kathleen Mary. Her death is registered under Kathleen Mary. She had lived at 148 Albion St. Brunswick for many years but was visiting her daughter Lorna at Swan Hill at the time of her death.

Catherine was always called Nanna by her grandchildren.

Noted events in her life were:

• In 1931 she resided at 78 Lemon Avenue in Mildura , Vic, Australia.

• In 1937 she resided at Block 355 in Red Cliffs, Vic, Australia.

• In 1949-1954 she resided at 48 Albion Street in Brunswick, Vic, Australia.

• In 1963-1980 she resided at 148 Albion Street in Brunswick, Vic, Australia.

Catherine married George JONES [21], son of Michael Cronan JONES [31] and Susannah CRUICKSHANK [30], on 8 Jul 1922 in Kerang , Vic, Australia. George was born on 3 Aug 1892 in Kerang , Vic, Australia, died on 19 Nov 1962 in Melbourne, Vic, Australia at age 70, and was buried on 21 Nov 1962 in Fawkner, Vic, Australia.

General Notes: PMG ur. 148 Albion St. Brunswick

George Jones served in World War 1. His parents lived at Vienna Cafe Kerang when he enlisted on 19 April, 1917. He had previously been rejected because of his height (5' 1"). He was a private no.3418 in the 59th Battalion. He was later transferred to the 14th Battalion. He left Australia in July 1917 from Sydney of the SS Port Melbourne & landed in Liverpool England on 16.9.1917. on 17.9.1917 he marched to 15th Training Battalion at Hurdcott Wilts. On 23.1.1918 he was sent sick to Clearing Hospital, Codford Wilts and later that day was admitted to the 1st Australian Dermatological Hospital at Bulford, Wilts. On 1.2.1918 he was discharged from that Hospital to Convalescent Training Depot, Parkhurst, Hants. He then went to No. 1 Command Depot at Sutton Veny, Wilts from there to 15th Training Battalion at Codford, Wilts (part of 3rd Training Brigade.

On 31.3.1918 he proceeded overseas to France to reinforce 14th Battalion and arrived at the AIF Base depot at Le Havre, France on 1.4.1918 on marched to the 14th Infantry Battalion on 5.4.1918. On 13.5.1918 he was wounded by gas and was taken by 13th Australian Field Ambulance to 5th Casualty Clearing Station and from there to 41st Stationary Hospital at Amiens, more than 40 miles from the frontline. He was discharged from Hospital on 14.6.1918 and rejoined his unit on 24.6.1918. He was treated by the 12th Australian Field Ambulance on 19.8.1918, admitted to 1st Stationary Hospital, Rouen, France and then to 39th General Hospital, Le Havre. He was discharged from hospital on 11.10.1918 but was re admitted at Le Havre on 22.10.1918. He was discharged on 26.10.1918 and went to AIF Base Depot ex Contact Camp and marched to his Unit on 2.11.1918. He was then placed on Escort Duty on 15.3.1919. He marched out to return to Australia with Quota 46 on 2.5.1919 but was admitted to hospital with scabies to the 39th General Hospital at Le Havre on 5.5.1919 and was discharged on 9.5.1919. He then returned to England and embarked for Australia on H.T. Frankfurt on 1 7.1919. He arrived in Victoria, Australia on 20.8.1919.

Much of his time during the War he fought in the Villers Brettoneux region of France, also at Aubigny where the 14th Battalion undertook the "Hamel Offensive". He was also stationed at Cabaret, Morcourt, Herbonierres, Cardonette, Hangest, Brancourt, Prisches, Sains, St. Aubin, and Hanzinne, France.

He enlisted in World War 2 in the CMF to southern Signals Command on 10.4.1942 whilst living at 63 Beveridge St., Swan Hill. He enlisted in the AIF in July 1942 and his address was given as 117 Miller St., North Fitzroy. He served in Victoria, New South Wales and the Northern Territory. His service no. was VX 85737. He was discharged due to ill health on 2.7.1945.

He was awarded 3 medals for WW1 service, these were 1914/15 Star No. NE, British War Medal 3/68 no.67975 and Victory Medal no.65305. He was awarded 2 medals for WW2 these were the War Medal and Australian Service <@Military*copy_held> Medal.

Information of WW1 activities obtained from the Australian War Memorial Canberra, per Mrs. Jean Main, Research Agent.


Children from this marriage were:

   68 M    i. George JONES Jnr. [140] was born in 1922 in Kerang , Vic, Australia and died in 1922 in Kerang , Vic, Australia.

General Notes: There is no information of birth, death or burial of this child at Swan Hill or Bendigo cemeteries. It is thought the child was probably stillborn. Family members have only general information but no specific information has been found.

+ 69 F    ii. Lorna Kathleen JONES [22] was born on 5 Jan 1924 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia, died on 22 May 2014 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia at age 90, and was cremated on 26 May 2014 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia.

Lorna married Clement Arthur GIBSON [23] (b. 11 Apr 1905, d. 29 Sep 1974) on 17 May 1941 in Swan Hill , Vic, Australia.

+ 70 M    iii. Leonard George JONES [7] was born on 13 Dec 1925 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia, died on 9 Apr 2003 in Korumburra, Vic, Australia at age 77, and was buried on 14 Apr 2003 in Korumburra, Vic, Australia.

Leonard married Margaret Ann SULLIVAN [867].

+ 71 M    iv. Kevin William JONES [24] was born on 12 Oct 1931 in Mildura , Vic, Australia, died on 2 Nov 1992 in Perth, WA, Australia at age 61, and was buried in Nov 1992 in WA, Australia.

Kevin married Catherine Maxwell ROSE [26].

30. James Thomas BANNAN 2 [116] (Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born on 28 Aug 1908 in Macorna, Vic, Australia and died on 22 Jun 1988 at age 79. Another name for James was Jim BANNAN.

General Notes: Enlisted in WW2, service number VX41207. Enlisted at Caulfield and Next of kin given as Kathleen Jones.

Noted events in his life were:

• In 1937 he resided at 106 Albert Street in Port Melbourne, Vic, Australia.

• He worked as a Post Master General's Office Linesman in 1949-1980.

• In 1949-1954 he resided at 48 Albion Street in Brunswick, Vic, Australia.

• He had a residence in Epping, Vic, Australia in 1963-1968.

• In 1972-1980 he resided at 54 Coulstock Street in Epping, Vic, Australia.

James married Ellen Margaret WALSH [303] about 1960. Another name for Ellen was Nell WALSH.

31. Edward BANNAN 4th [117] (Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born on 29 Oct 1910 in Mincha, Vic, Australia, died on 2 Jul 1998 in Gunbower, Vic, Australia at age 87, and was buried on 6 Jul 1998 in Patho, Vic, Australia. Another name for Edward was Ted BANNAN.

Edward married Rita JONES [118] on 13 Oct 1934 in Cohuna, Vic, Australia. Rita was born about 1918, died on 5 Sep 2002 in Cohuna, Vic, Australia aged about 84, and was buried on 10 Sep 2002 in Patho, Vic, Australia.

General Notes: ur: Gunbower


Children from this marriage were:

+ 72 M    i. Edward Samuel BANNAN [129] was born on 2 Nov 1936 in Cohuna, Vic, Australia and died on 5 Jul 2001 in Vic, Australia at age 64.

Edward married UNKNOWN [225].

   73 M    ii. William James BANNAN 2 [130] was born in 1938 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia, died on 19 Sep 2000 in Gunbower, Vic, Australia at age 62, and was buried on 21 Sep 2000 in Patho, Vic, Australia.

+ 74 M    iii. Raymond Arthur BANNAN [131]

Raymond married Cheryl RUSSELL [132].

   75 M    iv. Ian Francis BANNAN [133] was born in 1944 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia and died on 16 Feb 1964 in Gunbower, Vic, Australia at age 20.

+ 76 F    v. Lorna Susan Dawn BANNAN [136]

Lorna married Laurie HARDING [137].

+ 77 M    vi. Dennis Henry BANNAN [134]

Dennis married Annette GORDON [135].

32. Mary Anne BANNAN [119] (Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born in 1913 in Macorna North, Vic, Australia and died on 17 Jan 1973 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia at age 60.

General Notes: Eaglehawk, Vic.

Mary married Edward George STEVENS [245] on 1 Jun 1940. Edward was born in 1912 in Plymouth, Devon , England and died on 22 Feb 1988 in Adelaide, SA, Australia at age 76.

General Notes: Eaglehawk Vic.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 78 F    i. Glenice Anne STEVENS [246]

Glenice married James Patrick PHELAN [247].

+ 79 F    ii. Louise Winifred STEVENS [248] was born on 24 Apr 1946 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia, died on 1 Jan 2005 in Ringwood, Vic, Australia at age 58, and was buried on 5 Jan 2005 in Eaglehawk, Vic, Australia.

Louise married Jeffrey Frederick FROST [249].

+ 80 F    iii. Aylene Mary STEVENS [250]

Aylene married Keith Edward GILBEE [251].

   81 F    iv. Bernice Lillee STEVENS [252] was born on 28 Jun 1948 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia, died on 11 Aug 2010 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia at age 62, and was buried on 14 Aug 2010 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia.

General Notes: Bernice was buried at the Bendigo Cemetery with her sister who died in 1975

   82 F    v. Kathleen Margaret STEVENS [253] was born on 27 Oct 1952, died on 23 Feb 1975 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia at age 22, and was buried in Eaglehawk, Vic, Australia.

34. Dennis BANNAN 2 [236] (Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born about 1919 and died in 1979 in Melbourne, Vic, Australia aged about 60.

Noted events in his life were:

• In 1963 he resided at 153 Anzac Ave in Seymour, Vic, Australia.

• In 1968-1977 he resided at 87 Ballard Street in Yarraville, Vic, Australia.

Dennis married Dulcie Jean [—?—] [1849] about 1948. Dulcie died in Sep 2012 and was buried on 14 Sep 2012.

Children from this marriage were:

   83 F    i. Lyn BANNAN [1851]

   84 M    ii. Patrick BANNAN [1852]

   85 M    iii. Dennis Ronald BANNAN [1850] was born about 1953, died on 14 Aug 1999 in Melbourne, Vic, Australia aged about 46, and was buried on 18 Aug 1999.

General Notes: Source, Herald Sun Death Notice 16.8.99 family mentioned are as follows - Mum, Lyn, Patrick, Lesley, Rowena, Thomas, Khye, Brooke and Andrew. Doesn't say who are husbands and wives or who are children.

35. Elizabeth Mary BANNAN [121] (Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born in 1889 in Kerang , Vic, Australia and died in 1979 in Moor., Vic, Australia at age 90. Another name for Elizabeth was Cis QUIRK.

General Notes: Kathleen Jones always told the family that Bryan Quirk, Australian Rules footballer was related to the family - this has yet to be proved.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bryan Quirk
Personal information
Date of birth26 December 1946
Original teamMorwell
DebutRound 3, 1965, Carlton v. South Melbourne, at Lake Oval
Height/Weight185cm, 76 kg
Playing career1 Carlton (1965-1975) 167 games, 112 goals
1 Playing statistics correct to end of 1975 season.
Career highlights

Represented Australia in "The Galahs" Australian Football World Tour 1968
Bryan Quirk (born 26 December 1946) is a former Australian rules footballer in the Victorian Football League. He was recruited from Morwell Football Club in the then Latrobe Valley Football League. He was Collingwood fan as a child.

Quirk made his debut for the Carlton Football Club in Round 3, 1965. He kicked 3 goals on debut and was a forward pocket he had to retire in 1975 due to injury. At the age of 29 after eleven years with the club.

Quirk was recently added to a stamp released by Australia Post celebrating premiership players.

Quirk now teaches sport at Berwick Fields Primary School.

Elizabeth married Percival Patrick QUIRK [446], son of Patrick QUIRK [8644] and Jessie CHILTON [8645], in 1917. Percival was born in 1889 in Footscray, Vic, Australia and died in 1961 in Mildura , Vic, Australia at age 72.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 86 M    i. Dennis Mannix QUIRK [459] was born about 1921.

Dennis married Gladys Lavinia YATES [460].

+ 87 M    ii. Percival James QUIRK [6562] was born on 27 Apr 1923 in Kerang , Vic, Australia and died on 22 Apr 1997 in Mildura , Vic, Australia at age 73.

Percival married Elizabeth Florence CHATFIELD [7468] (b. 1920, d. 2010) in 1951 in Collingwood, Vic, Australia.

+ 88 M    iii. Edward Francis QUIRK [6563] was born about 1924.

Edward married Maureen Elizabeth [—?—] [7466].

+ 89 F    iv. Mary QUIRK [468]

Mary married R. MOSS [469].

   90 F    v. Elizabeth Monica QUIRK [7467] was born about 1926 and died in 1927 aged about 1.

36. John Joseph BANNAN [122] (Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born in 1891 in Kerang , Vic, Australia, died on 16 Oct 1918 in Syria at age 27, and was buried in Damascas, , Syria.

General Notes: John Joseph Bannan enlisted on 14 June 1915, aged 24 years 2 months. His occupation was given as quarryman. He served in the Provost Corps. He is said to have died of disease (malaria) on 16 October 1918, in Damascus where he is buried.

The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954) Saturday 2 November 1918 page 7
DEATHS.
. On Active Service.
BANNAN. On the 16th October, at English Hospital, Damascus, of malaria fever, after three years and three months service Lance Corporal John J. Bannan, late 8th Light Horse, dearly beloved husband of Mary Bannan (nee O'Connnell) loving father of Frank and Willie, beloved eldest son of Denis and Mary Bannan of Kerang, beloved brother of Cissie (Mrs. Quirk), Maggie (Mrs Frawley), Frank and Willie (killed in action), Mick and Kathleen, aged 28 years.
Rest in Peace
Immaculate heart of Mary
Your prayers for him extol;
Oh sacred heart of Jesus,
Have mercy on his soul.
-Inserted by his wife and little boys, M. Bannan, Berwick

The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Saturday 2 November 1918 Page 13
http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/1422614
BANNAN - On the 16th October at English Hospital, Damascus, (Egypt), of malaria fever, Lance-Corporal John J. Bannan, late 8th Australian Light Horse, dearly beloved husband of Mary Bannan, of Berwick, loving father of Frank and Willie, beloved eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Denis Bannan, Kerang and loving brother of Mrs. P. Quirk (Seddon), Mrs. J. Frawley (Bungaree, R. M., Kathleen and Vincent, aged 28 years; brother of Frank and Willie, killed in action, France.
May his soul rest in peace.
Three brothers united.

Pakenham Gazette and Berwick Shire News (Pakenham East, Vic. : 1917 - 1918) (Friday 6 December 1918 Page 6
http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/92152968
Pte. J. J. Bannan, who enlisted from here and has been at the Front for some time, is reported to have died from illness.

The Advocate Melbourne, Saturday 23 November 1918 Page 26 - http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/152180895
TROOPER JOHN JOSEPH BANNAN.
Sincere regret was expressed in Berwick and Beaconsfield when the sad news was received that Trooper John J. Bannan, late of Berwick, of the 8th Light Horse Regiment, had died of malaria fever in hospital at Damascus, in Palestine, on 16th October. Trooper Bannan had been in action for three years and five months, and leaves a wife and two young children to mourn their loss. The deceased soldier, who was 29 years of age, was the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Denis Bannan, of
Kerang, old and highly respected residents of that district, with whom the deepest sympathy is felt, as two other sons, Frank and Willie, were killed in action in France in August, 1916. May their souls rest in peace.

Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser (Vic. : 1914 - 1918) Friday 8 November 1918 Page 4
http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/119881273
DEATH
BANNAN: On the 16th October, at English hospital, Damascus, Egypt, of malaria fever, Lance. Corporal John J. Bannan; late 8th Australian Light-Horse, dearly beloved husband of Mary Bannan, of Berwick, loving father of Frank and Willie, beloved eldest son of Mr and Mrs Denis Bannan, Kerang, and loving brother of Mrs P. Quirk, (Seddon), Mrs J. Frawley, (Bungaree), R M. Kathleen. and Vincent, aged 28 years ; brother of Frank and Willie, killed in action, France.
May his soul rest in peace.

I have only found one possible match for the death on John Bannan on the War Graves Photographic Project as follows and have confirmed it to be John Joseph Bannan.

Australian War Memorial information.
Roll of Honour - John Joseph Bannan
Service number: 1126
Rank: Driver
Unit: Australian Provost Corps
Service: Australian Army
Conflict: 1914-1918
Date of death: 16 October 1918
Cemetery or memorial details: Damascus Commonwealth War Cemetery, Syria
Source: AWM145 Roll of Honour cards, 1914-1918 War, Army

The War Graves photographic project information:
Bannan, J J
Damascus Commonwealth War Cemetery - Bannan, J J
Cemetery: Damascus Commonwealth War Cemetery
Country: Syria
Area: Damascus
Rank: Driver
Official Number: 1126
Unit: Australian Provost Corps
Force: Army
Nationality: Australian
Details: 16/10/18 D. 51.

Royal Australian Corps of Military Police
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Royal Australian Corps of Military Police is a corps within the Australian Army. Previously known as the Australian Army Provost Corps, it was formed on 3 April 1916 as the ANZAC Provost Corps. It is responsible for battlefield traffic control, security duties, prisoner of war handling, the investigation of service offences, maintaining discipline and the running of military prisons. Its name was changed in 1918 and it was disbanded in 1920. The corps was reformed during World War II and was granted the 'Royal' prefix in 1948, adopting its current name on 4 September 1974.[1] Her Royal Highness Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall became the first Colonel in Chief of the Royal Australian Corps of Military Police in November 2012.

John married Mary Anne O'CONNELL [304] in 1913.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 91 M    i. John Francis BANNAN [307] was born on 21 May 1913 in Northcote, Vic, Australia and died about 1986 aged about 73.

John married Maude Evelyn O'BRIEN PETTIT [451].

+ 92 M    ii. William Redmond BANNAN [308] was born on 18 Oct 1914 and died in 1973 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia at age 59.

William married Mary Jane O'BRIEN [309] (b. 1916, d. 3 Dec 1984) in 1937.

37. Margaret Ellen BANNAN [123] (Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born in 1893 in Kerang , Vic, Australia and died in 1973 in Brunswick, Vic, Australia at age 80.

General Notes: The Argus, Melbourne Saturday 9 March 1940 page 15
APPLICATION for TRANSFER Of LICENCE -
Floodgate Hotel Proprietary Limited the holder of a Victualler s licence for Floodgate Hotel at Raglan street Port Melbourne In the Port Melbourne Licensing District and I, Annie Agnes Maddock of 24 Lansdowne street East Melbourne hereby give notice that we will APPLY to the Licensing Court at Melbourne on Monday the 18th day of March 1940 for the TRANSFER of the LICENCE to the said Annie Agnes Maddock

Dated 8th day of March 1940
The Common Seal of Floodgate Hotel Proprietary Limited was hereto affixed by authority of a re solution of the board of directors In the presence of
JOHN WILLIAM FRAWLEY Director
MARGARET ELLEN FRAWLEY Director
MARGARET ELLEN FRAWLEY Secretary
ANNIE A MADDOCK transferee
Messrs O Donohue & Brew 109 Swanston street Melbourne solicitors for the parties

PERCY HENRY PTY LTD Hotel Brokers Auctioneer Sworn Valuator 352 Collins street Melbourne

Noted events in her life were:

• She had a residence in Leigh Creek, Vic, Australia in 1914.

• In 1924 she resided at 25 Station Street in Hotham, Vic, Australia.

• In 1931 she resided at 40 Crockford street in Port Melbourne, Vic, Australia.

• In 1942-1949 she resided at Iona Hotel in Garfield, Vic, Australia.

• In 1949-1972 she resided at 237 Blythe Street in Brunswick, Vic, Australia.

Margaret married James Patrick Andrew FRAWLEY [442], son of Patrick FRAWLEY [4490] and Bridget Louisa McDERMOTT [6551], in 1913. James was born about 1884 and died on 7 Sep 1947 in Garfield, Vic, Australia aged about 63.

General Notes: The Argus Melbourne Monday 8 September 1947
FRAWLEY -on September 7 at his residence, Iona Hotel, Garfield, James Patrick
loving brother of Annie, and brother-in-law of William Bell, and uncle of William ????'s Hotel, South Melbourne - R.I.P.

FRAWLEY - On September 7 at his residence, Iona Hotel, Garfield, James Patrick, loving brother of Agnes and Amelia Frawley, Railway Club Hotel, Port Melbourne. - R.I.P.

The Argus, Melbourne, 7 September 1948 page 2
FRAWLEY. In loving memory of our dear brother, Jim, who paused away on September 7, 1947. May his dear soul rest in peace. (Inserted by his sorrowing sisters, Agnes and Millie, and little niece Elaine.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 93 F    i. Ada Mary Bannan FRAWLEY [441] was born on 12 Jun 1912 in Melbourne South, Vic, Australia, died on 2 Feb 2005 in Vic, Australia at age 92, and was buried on 10 Feb 2005 in Fawkner, Vic, Australia.

Ada married Stewart Joseph B PLUMRIDGE [1809] (b. 20 Aug 1909, d. 11 Nov 1975) in 1936.

+ 94 F    ii. Kathleen FRAWLEY [443] was born about 1914 and died about Jul 1996 in Melbourne, Vic, Australia aged about 82.

Kathleen married James HOLLAND [444].

   95 M    iii. Francis James FRAWLEY [447] was born about 1917 and died in 1917 in Warrenheip, Vic, Australia.

   96 M    iv. John William FRAWLEY [448] was born on 31 Oct 1917, died on 18 Jan 1943 in WW2 at age 25, and was buried in Port Moresby, , PNG. Another name for John was Jack FRAWLEY.

General Notes: died - Port Moresby P.N.G.

Jack was in the army for 4 months before he was killed in action. He was Private VX90347 AIF 1/12 Bn. Australian Infantry. He is buried at the Bomana War Cemetery Port Moresby grave reference A8 A.3.

Record (Emerald Hill, Vic. : 1881 - 1954) Saturday 6 February 1943 Page 1
PRIVATE JACK FRAWLEY
KILLED IN ACTION
Left Protected Industry to Join A.I.F.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Frawley, formerly of the Flood Gate Hotel (now at Iona Hotel, Garfield), have received advice that their son, Pte. Jack ('Pro') Frawley was killed in action in New Guinea on January 18. Pte. Frawley was a former pupil of the Christian Brothers' School, South Melbourne,
and left a protected industry to join the A.I.F. He is a nephew of Mr. Frawley of the Station Hotel, Port Melbourne, Miss Frawley (Railway Hotel, Port Melbourne), Mrs. Fisher and Miss Frawley (Town Hall Hotel, South Melbourne), and Mrs. Bell (Freer's Hotel, South Melbourne), and grand
son of Mr. and Mrs. D, Bannan, of Port Melbourne.

On Sunday at 10 a.m. Rev. Fr. A. J. Cleary will offer Mass at SS. Peter and Paul's Church, South Melbourne, for the repose of his soul, and all friends of the family are invited to attend.
http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/164983701

The Argus Melbourne Tuesday 2 February 1943 page 2
DEATHS
On Active Service
FRAWLEY. - On January 18, killed In action. New Guinea, Pte. Jack W. (Pro) (VX90347). loving grandson of Mr. and Mrs. D. Bannan (Port Melbourne), nephew of Sis (Mrs. Quirk), Jack (1st A.I.F., deceased). Frank (1st A.I.F., deceased). Willie (1st A.I.F., deceased), Mick (A.M.F., Seymour), Kath (Mrs. Keogh), and Vin

The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954) Sat 6 Feb 1943 Page 8 Family Notices
FRAWLEY.- Killed in action in N.G. on January 18. 1943. VX90,347 Pte Jack W, (Pro). loving eldest son Mr. and Mrs. J. Frawley, Iona Hotel, Garfield, late Flood Gate Hotel. Port Melbourne. loving brother of Ada (Mrs. Plumridge), Keenie, Francis (deceased), Jim, William (de(ceased), Kevin (A.I.F., Middle East). R.I.P. He died as he lived, everyone's friend, Ballarat papers, please copy.
FRAWLEY - Killed in action, N.G., on January 18 1943, VX0,347. Pte. Jack W. (Pro), loving brother Ada, brother-in-law Stewart, loving uncle of Frankie Plumridge, loving pal of Leonie Herrick. For ever we remember R.I.P
FRAWLEY - Killed in action, N.G., on January 18, 1943, VX90,347. Pte. Jack W. (Pro) loving brother Keenie, loving friend of Albert Gath. Some day we'll understand
FRAWLEY - Killed in action, N.G., January 18, 1943, VX90,347. Pte. Jack W. (Pro), loving brother of Jimmy, Kevin (A.I.F., Middle East). Duty nobly done. R.I.P.
FRAWLEY - Killed in action, New Guinea, January 18, 1943. VX90,347, Pte. Jack W. (Pro), loving grandson of Mr and Mrs D Bannan, late Kerang, loving nephew of Cis (Mrs Quirk), Jack (deceased)
1st A.I.F.) Frank (deceased, 1st A.I.F.) William (deceased, 1st A.I.F.), Mick (A.M.F.), Kath (Mrs Keogh), Vin. Rest in Peace
FRAWLEY - On January 18, VX90,347 Pte. John William, killed in action New Guinea, beloved nephew of Mrs M Fisher, Town Hall Hotel, South Melbourne, and loving cousin of Jack (deceased), Sylvia and Ray (R.A.N.). R.I.P.
FRAWLEY - On January 18. killed in action New Guinea, Jack W. ( "Pro" ) (VX90,347), late of Port Melbourne. Our pal. A tribute from his work mates at General Motors-Holden's
FRAWLEY. - On January 18, 1943. killed in action, New Guinea. VX90,347 Pte. Jack (Pro), loving friend of Mrs. and Mr W Doherty and family, Tynong. R.I.P.

The Argus Melbourne Tuesday 18th January 1944 page 10
In Memoriam
FRAWLEY.-In loving memory of our dear nephew, Jack, killed in action, N.G., January l8, 1943. (Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. R. Frawley Station Hotel, Port Melbourne.)

FRAWLEY.-In fondest memory of Jackie, killed in action, N.G., January l8, 1943. --Duty nobly done. (Inserted by his loving aunts, A. and M. Frawley, Railway Club Hotel. Port Melbourne.)

The Argus, Melbourne Tuesday 4 September 1945 page 17
In Memoriam
FRAWLEY -In loving memory of our loving sons, killed in action N G , VX67337,
Kevin (ret ME), killed on landing at Lae September 4, 1943; also VX90347, Jack, on January l8 1943; also Kevin's loving pal. VX79592 Wally King, killed landing at Lae September 4, 1943 -Too dearly loved to be forgotten. Inserted by loving father and mother. Mr. and Mrs. Frawley, Garfield )

FRAWLEY - In loving memory of our brothers killed In action N G., VX67337. Kevin (ret M.E.,), killed landing at Lae September 4, 1943, VX 90347. Jack. January 18, 1943, also Kevin's pal VX70592, Wally King (ret M E. killed landing at Lae September 4, 1943 -In silence we remember (Inserted by their loving sister, Keenie, and brother Jim, of Garfield,)

FRAWLEY-in loving memory of our loving brothers and uncles, killed in action NG VX67337 Kevin (ret. ME), killed landing at Lae September 4, 1943, VX90347. Jack January l8 1943; also Kevin's loving pal, VX79592. Wally King (ret. M.E ). killed landing at Lae September 4 1943. -In silence we remember (Inserted by loving sister Ada brother-in-law Stewart, nephew Frank and John Plumridge, South Melbourne )

FRAWLEY.-In loving memory of our loving grandsons killed in action NG.. VX67337. Kevin September 4 1943; VX9Q347, Jack, January 18, 1943 (Always remembered by their loving grandma and grandpa, Mr. and Mrs Bannan )

+ 97 M    v. James Patrick FRAWLEY [449] was born on 23 Sep 1919 in Leigh Creek, Vic, Australia and died on 21 Aug 2001 in Port Fairy, Vic, Australia at age 81.

James married Ursula May AIRS [450] (b. 15 Feb 1915, d. 29 May 2005) about 1956.

   98 M    vi. Kevin Dennis FRAWLEY [453] was born on 12 May 1921, died on 4 Sep 1943 in WW2 at age 22, and was buried in Lae, , New Guinea.

General Notes: d. Port Moresby P.N.G. Kevin was only about 19 or 20 years old when he was killed during WW2. He enlisted despite being under age. Private VX67337 AIF 2/23 Bn Australian Infantry. He is buried at the Lae War Cemetery Grave reference C.D.7.

The Argus Melbourne Monday 27 September 1943
Deaths on Active Service
FRAWLEY.-On June 4 (killed in action, N.G.). VX67337 Private Kevin Dennis (ret., M.E.), loving youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Frawley, Iona Hotel, Garfield

The Argus Melbourne Wednesday 29 September 1943
Deaths on Active Service
FRAWLEY.-On September 4 (killed in action, N G.), VX67337, Pte. Kevin Dennis
(returned M.E.), youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Frawley, Iona Hotel, Garfield, late Port Melbourne, loving brother Ada (Mrs. Plumridge), Keenie, Jack (killed in action N.G., Jan., '43). Jim (A.M.F.), aged 20 years.

FRAWLEY.-On September 4 (killed in action N.G.). VX67337, Pte. Kevin Dennis (returned M.E.), loving brother Ada, brother- in-law of Stewart, devoted uncle and pal of Frankie Plumridge. -Loving memory will outlast all.

FRAWLEY.-On September 4 (killed in action N.G.), VX67337, Pte. Kevin Dennis
returned M.E), loving brother of Keenie. Jack (killed in action N.G., Jan., '43), and Jimmy (A M.F.). -Words cannot express thoughts.

FRAWLEY.-On September 4 (killed in action N.G ). VX67337, Pte. Kevin Dennis, loving grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Bannan (late of Kerang), aged 20 years.

The Argus Melbourne Saturday 6 November 1943 page 10
FRAWLEY.-Mr. and Mrs. J. FRAWLEY and Family, of Garfield, desire to express heartfelt APPRECIATION to all relatives and friends for letters, cards, telegrams, and personal expressions of sympathy following the death of their son. Kevin. A I F.. KIA. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment. Iona Hotel, Garfield.

The Argus, Melbourne, Thursday 7 October 1943 page 2
Deaths on Active Service
FRAWLEY.-On September 4. killed in New Guinea, Pte. Kevin Frawley, loved nephew of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bell, and cousin of Bill (A.I.F.). -May his soul rest in peace.

The Argus Melbourne Monday 4 September 1944 page 10

Roll of Honour- On Active Service

A Tribute to the memory of the' Boys of 2/4th Independent Company who lost their lives at Lae. September 4, 1943. -We will remember. (Inserted by the Welfare Unit.)

A Tribute to the memory of our Pals, Ptes. Wally King, Kevin Frawley, and Wally Martin, killed in action, New Guinea, September 4, 1943. (Inserted by VX46168, Cpl. Alf Ali, and VX46165. Cpl. Terry Blake.)

FRAWLEY.-In fond memory of Kevin, 2/23rd Batt., 9th Div., killed at Lae on September 4, 1943. loved pal of Wal. King. -They died that we may live. (Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Syd. King and family.)

   99 M    vii. Michael FRAWLEY [452] was born about 1922 and died about 1922.

   100 M    viii. William FRAWLEY [454] was born about 1924 and died about 1924.

43. Kathleen Eleanor BANNAN [127] (Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born in 1905 and died in 1987 in Vic, Australia at age 82. Other names for Kathleen were Sis BANNAN and Kathleen Helen KEOGH.

Kathleen married Michael Edward KEOGH [6458] in 1934 in Vic, Australia.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 101 F    i. Maureen KEOGH [6459]

Maureen married T ANDREWS [6499].

+ 102 F    ii. Kathleen Mary KEOGH [6460]

Kathleen married Joe McBREARTY [6504].

+ 103 M    iii. Michael Edward KEOGH [6461]

Michael married M WADDINGTON [6511].

+ 104 M    iv. John KEOGH [6462]

John married B McCABE [6519].

+ 105 F    v. Delia KEOGH [6463]

Delia married T BUCKLEY [6525].

44. Vincent James BANNAN [128] (Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born on 28 Apr 1908 and died in 1971 in Park., Vic, Australia at age 63.

General Notes: Vincent enlisted in WW2 his service number was VX92045.

6 children

Vincent married Gladys Annie Grace SANDS [3935] in 1931. Gladys was born on 3 Jun 1912 and died on 15 May 1998 at age 85.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 106 M    i. Ronald BANNAN [6453]

Ronald married Jean DUNN [6464].

+ 107 M    ii. Leonard BANNAN [6454]

Leonard married Ailsa CRAIG [6470].

+ 108 M    iii. Stanley BANNAN [6455]

Stanley married L DUNN [6485].

+ 109 M    iv. Dennis Percy BANNAN [6456]

Dennis married Jill WOODMAN [6489].

+ 110 M    v. Kevin James BANNAN [4628] was born on 20 Sep 1950 in Ivanhoe, Vic, Australia and died in 2009 in Melbourne, Vic, Australia at age 59.

Kevin married R GILCHRIST [6498].

+ 111 M    vi. Trevor BANNAN [6457]

Trevor married J FROST [6492].

Fifth Generation (Great Great-Grandchildren)


49. Mary S E FAHEY [8958] (Mary Redmond BANNAN4, Sarah BANNAN3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born in 1908 in Hay, NSW, Australia.

Mary married James THOMAS [8979] in 1929 in Hay, NSW, Australia.

51. Mary Elizabeth McKINNNON [8960] (John McKINNNON4, Sarah BANNAN3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born about 1910.

Mary married REID [8983].

52. Sarah Catherine McKINNNON [8961] (John McKINNNON4, Sarah BANNAN3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born about 1912 and died about 1996 aged about 84.

Sarah married Francis Clyde JOHNSON [8980] in 1937 in Hay, NSW, Australia.

53. Victoria Violet McKINNNON [8962] (John McKINNNON4, Sarah BANNAN3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born about 1914 and died about 2000 aged about 86.

Victoria married Hector Austin KEYS [8982] in 1936 in Hay, NSW, Australia. Hector died in 1975 in NSW, Australia.

55. Minnie McKINNNON [8964] (John McKINNNON4, Sarah BANNAN3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Minnie married CAMERON [8981].

69. Lorna Kathleen JONES [22] (Catherine BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born on 5 Jan 1924 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia, died on 22 May 2014 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia at age 90, and was cremated on 26 May 2014 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia.

General Notes: GIBSON. Lorna Kathleen. Passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family at Bendigo Hospice on May 22, 2014 Aged 90 years Very much loved wife of Clem (dec. ). Treasured mum of George, John, Allan, Leanne and their families. Always in our Hearts
Obituaries
Published in Herald Sun on 23/05/2014

GIBSON. A Thanksgiving Service for the life of Mrs Norma [sic] Kathleen Gibson will be held at the William Farmer Memorial Chapel, 151 McCrae St, Bendigo on MONDAY (May 26, 2014) at 11.30 a. m. A Private Cremation will be held prior to the Service.
Funerals
Published in Herald Sun on 23/05/2014

- See more at: http://tributes.heraldsun.com.au/notice/47312261/view#sthash.ffIdAxBm.dpuf

the funeral notice was published the following day with the name corrected to Lorna Kathleen Gibson.

Lorna married Clement Arthur GIBSON [23], son of Henry Samuel GIBSON [274] and Emma Jane SCALES [273], on 17 May 1941 in Swan Hill , Vic, Australia. Clement was born on 11 Apr 1905 in Glengarry, Vic, Australia and died on 29 Sep 1974 in Swan Hill , Vic, Australia at age 69.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 112 M    i. George Henry GIBSON [215]

George married Lina BELLOFIORE [216].

+ 113 M    ii. John Clement GIBSON [217]

John married Margaret Vera WILSON [218]. (d. Apr 2010)

+ 114 M    iii. Allan Haydon GIBSON [219]

Allan married Lorraine LEWIS [220]. (b. Abt 1957, d. Sep 1998)

Allan next married Lisa BURNS [7517].

+ 115 F    iv. Leanne Gay GIBSON [221]

Leanne married Stephen Richard MOW [222].

70. Leonard George JONES [7] (Catherine BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born on 13 Dec 1925 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia, died on 9 Apr 2003 in Korumburra, Vic, Australia at age 77, and was buried on 14 Apr 2003 in Korumburra, Vic, Australia.

General Notes: Leonard's occupations were PMG linesman, baker and farmer. He suffered many years of ill health and retired in the 1970's.

The family moved around quite a bit, Red Cliffs, Melbourne, Swan Hill / Woorineen, Myrtleford & Bright, Korumburra, Bena, and back to Korumburra.

He was referred to as Pop by all his grandchildren.

from the South Gippsland Sentinel Times Newspaper 23 April 2003 page 11

FAMOUS BAKER

A bena Football and Netball Club volunteer and famous Korumburra baker has died.

Leonard George Jones (Pop or Poppy, as he is known to many) was born on December 13 1925 at Bendigo, the second of three children to George and Kath Jones.

Len started school at Red Cliffs primary, then St. Joseph's Catholic school in Red Cliffs until the family moved to Swan Hill.

In his youth, Len was a cub Scout, a roller skater, motorbike and sidecar racer as well as playing harmonica for a regional radio station.

He was even a ballroom dance instructor at a prestigious Melbourne dance academy.

Len left school around the age of 14 and took up an apprenticeship as a baker in Swan Hill.

He continued his apprenticeship in Nhill before finishing up at Kew.

During his apprenticeship year, World War 2 broke out Len enlisted in the Navy.

Len was not taken in, however, as his baker's apprenticeship didn't allow for such under the terms of the Essential Services Act, so he had to stay home and bake bread.

Employment opportunities after the war led Len to Yenda (NSW) where he started his own business as a baker.

He gave this away and followed his father's footsteps, joining the PMG where he worked as a linesman, cable joiner, and jackhammer operator.

It was around this time he met Margaret Sullivan.

[[The pair were wed on May 16, 1953.]]

Len and Margaret had nine children, Michael, Kathleen, Patricia, Gregory, Susan, Maxwell, David, Fiona and Kellie; then 21 grandchildren, a number which is still increasing.

Len gave away his PMG job in the late 1950's and joined his brother-in-law working on a fruit block at Woorineen, near Swan Hill.

When the block was sold returned his hand back to baking and the family moved to Myrtleford before moving to Korumburra 43 years ago.

Len soon earned fame as the baker at LeGross's in Korumburra, along with his home delivered bread run.

Len left the bakehouse and took up farmhand work, milking cows in the district for Walkers (Korumburra), Castles (Bena), Prossers (Loch), and Lupis (Bass Valley) before being forced onto an invalid pension 24 years ago.

At this juncture (1980) the family settled at [[21 Swanson Street,]] Korumburra into what at the time was a rather plain housing commission house.

Len's love of gardening saw him transform the appearance with a very well groomed garden.

But it was not only the front garden that was Len's showpiece, he toiled equally hard in the backyard with his veggie patch, fruit trees and orchids.

As his children grew, Len's interest in life followed them.

For many years he helped coach at the Bena Netball Club and was a team manager thirds and fourths teams for the Bena Football Club.

Len also served on the Bena Football Club Committee.

He was also involved in the cricket club at Bena, playing key roles in coaching and team management.

Yet despite all these involvements in things for the kids, Len still managed a bit of time for fishing, cards, a bet or two on the horses, and time to watch the cricket and footy on TV.

After an illness, Len passed away peacefully at Korumburra hospital on April 9, aged 77 years.

Noted events in his life were:

• He worked as a baker in 1949.

• In 1949 he resided at c/- C Gibson in Woorineen, Vic, Australia.

• He worked as a linesman in 1954.

• In 1954 he resided at 48 Albion Street in Brunswick, Vic, Australia.

• He resided at Swan Hill / Woorineen 1955 To 1958.

• He resided at Myrtleford where he worked as a baker in 1959.

• He worked as a baker in 1963.

• In 1963 he resided at 1 Swanson Street in Korumburra, Vic, Australia.

• He worked as a farmhand in 1968-1977.

Leonard married Margaret Ann SULLIVAN [867], daughter of Daniel James SULLIVAN [818] and Annie COLLIHOLE [28].

Children from this marriage were:

+ 116 M    i. Michael James JONES [910]

Michael married Coral Janine BLACKWELL [2].

+ 117 F    ii. Kathleen Ann JONES [912]

Kathleen married Kelvin John SMITH [18].

+ 118 F    iii. Patricia May JONES [914]

Patricia married Phillip John GREEN [19].

+ 119 M    iv. Gregory William JONES [916]

Gregory married Sharon NEWTON-BOWLER [154].

+ 120 F    v. Susanne Maree JONES [918]

Susanne married John PUPETTI [13].

+ 121 M    vi. Maxwell George JONES [920]

Maxwell had a relationship with Debra CAMILLERI [1357].

Maxwell next had a relationship with Melanie BRADLEY [3068].

   122 M    vii. David John JONES [921]

+ 123 F    viii. Fiona Margaret JONES [922]

Fiona married Neil CLAY [1989].

+ 124 F    ix. Kellie Louise JONES [923]

Kellie married Grant SAGE [1986].

71. Kevin William JONES [24] (Catherine BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born on 12 Oct 1931 in Mildura , Vic, Australia, died on 2 Nov 1992 in Perth, WA, Australia at age 61, and was buried in Nov 1992 in WA, Australia.

General Notes: Retired Telecom Employee. Kevin lived in Brunswick for many years with his mother and his wife and children. Following his retirement he and his family moved to Western Australia.

Kevin married Catherine Maxwell ROSE [26], daughter of William John ROSE [8377] and Jessie HALL [8378].

Children from this marriage were:

+ 125 F    i. Cheryl Ann JONES [212]

Cheryl married Mario Guido MERKL [213].

   126 M    ii. Wayne Rodney JONES [214]

72. Edward Samuel BANNAN [129] (Edward 4th4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born on 2 Nov 1936 in Cohuna, Vic, Australia and died on 5 Jul 2001 in Vic, Australia at age 64.

Edward married UNKNOWN [225].

74. Raymond Arthur BANNAN [131] (Edward 4th4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Raymond married Cheryl RUSSELL [132].

Children from this marriage were:

+ 127 M    i. Ian Andrew BANNAN [226]

Ian married Anita PEACE [296].

   128 F    ii. Joanne Lee BANNAN [227]

76. Lorna Susan Dawn BANNAN [136] (Edward 4th4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Lorna married Laurie HARDING [137].

Children from this marriage were:

   129 F    i. Donna Maree HARDING [228]

   130 M    ii. Lawrence William HARDING [229]

77. Dennis Henry BANNAN [134] (Edward 4th4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Dennis married Annette GORDON [135].

Children from this marriage were:

   131 F    i. Kerryn BANNAN [230]

   132 M    ii. Timothy BANNAN [231]

   133 F    iii. Mellissa BANNAN [232]

78. Glenice Anne STEVENS [246] (Mary Anne BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Glenice married James Patrick PHELAN [247].

Children from this marriage were:

+ 134 F    i. Jan Maree PHELAN [254]

Jan married Peter Ronald HALLIDAY [255].

+ 135 M    ii. Steven Andrew PHELAN [256]

Steven married Name UNKNOWN [5672].

+ 136 M    iii. Anthony James PHELAN [257]

Anthony married someone.

79. Louise Winifred STEVENS [248] (Mary Anne BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born on 24 Apr 1946 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia, died on 1 Jan 2005 in Ringwood, Vic, Australia at age 58, and was buried on 5 Jan 2005 in Eaglehawk, Vic, Australia.

General Notes: Jeffrey and Louise had a farm in Boort, Victoria, before retiring to Kangaroo Flat, Bendigo in 2004.

Louise married Jeffrey Frederick FROST [249].

Children from this marriage were:

+ 137 F    i. Anita FROST [258]

Anita married Justin Aaron WEAVER [2708].

+ 138 F    ii. Tracey Aylene FROST [259]

Tracey married Phillip Christopher CARROLL [2707].

+ 139 F    iii. Joanne Lee FROST [260]

Joanne married Jarrod Ross SINCLAIR [5635].

80. Aylene Mary STEVENS [250] (Mary Anne BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Aylene married Keith Edward GILBEE [251].

Children from this marriage were:

+ 140 F    i. Louise Jane GILBEE [261]

Louise married Kenneth Robert WELLARD [5674].

+ 141 F    ii. Linda Kathleen GILBEE [262]

Linda married Colin Michael BOOTH [5679].

+ 142 F    iii. Hayley Ann GILBEE [263]

Hayley married Timothy James WESTON [5680].

86. Dennis Mannix QUIRK [459] (Elizabeth Mary BANNAN4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born about 1921.

Dennis married Gladys Lavinia YATES [460].

Children from this marriage were:

+ 143 F    i. Dianne QUIRK [465]

Dianne married S. MORGONS [466].

+ 144 M    ii. Shane QUIRK [461]

Shane married R KENNEDY [462].

Shane next married P THOMPSON [463].

87. Percival James QUIRK [6562] (Elizabeth Mary BANNAN4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born on 27 Apr 1923 in Kerang , Vic, Australia and died on 22 Apr 1997 in Mildura , Vic, Australia at age 73.

Percival married Elizabeth Florence CHATFIELD [7468] in 1951 in Collingwood, Vic, Australia. Elizabeth was born in 1920 in Hopetoun, Vic, Australia and died in 2010 in Mildura , Vic, Australia at age 90.

88. Edward Francis QUIRK [6563] (Elizabeth Mary BANNAN4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born about 1924. Another name for Edward was Frank QUIRK.

Edward married Maureen Elizabeth [—?—] [7466].

89. Mary QUIRK [468] (Elizabeth Mary BANNAN4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Mary married R. MOSS [469].

The child from this marriage was:

+ 145 F    i. Janice MOSS [470]

Janice married M. O'DWYRE [471].

91. John Francis BANNAN [307] (John Joseph4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born on 21 May 1913 in Northcote, Vic, Australia and died about 1986 aged about 73. Another name for John was Frank BANNAN.

General Notes: WW2 VX 19790

BANNAN JOHN FRANCIS : Service Number - VX19790 : Date of birth - 21 May 1913 : Place of birth - WARRIGAL VIC : Place of enlistment - CAULFIELD VIC : Next of Kin - BANNAN MAUDE

Noted events in his life were:

• In 1977 he resided at 66 Sutton Street in Warragul, Vic, Australia.

John married Maude Evelyn O'BRIEN PETTIT [451].

Children from this marriage were:

   146 F    i. Maureen BANNAN [457]

   147 F    ii. Heather Maude BANNAN [8299]

   148 M    iii. John Francis BANNAN [455] was born about 1936 and died on 4 Jan 2009 in Vic, Australia aged about 73.

General Notes: BANNAN, John Francis
BANNAN. - John Francis. Peacefully on Jan. 4, 2009 Aged 73 Loved son of Maude and Frank (both dec. ), loving brother of Maureen and Heather and loved uncle of their families. Sadly Missed
Obituaries
Published in Herald Sun on 06/01/2009
- See more at: http://tributes.heraldsun.com.au/archivenotice/2547249/

92. William Redmond BANNAN [308] (John Joseph4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born on 18 Oct 1914 and died in 1973 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia at age 59. Another name for William was Willie BANNAN.

General Notes: William enlisted in WW2, his service number was VX5397.

probably 7 or 8 children

William married Mary Jane O'BRIEN [309] in 1937. Mary was born in 1916 in Ultima, Vic, Australia and died on 3 Dec 1984 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia at age 68.

Children from this marriage were:

   149 M    i. John Joseph BANNAN 2nd [310] was born about 1941 and died in 1974 in Prahran, Vic, Australia aged about 33.

   150 M    ii. Kenneth James BANNAN [456] was born about 1946 and died in 1946.

   151 M    iii. Ronald Michael BANNAN [5639] was born about 1948 in Bendigo, Vic, Australia and died on 17 Mar 1977 in Darwin, NT, Australia aged about 29.

93. Ada Mary Bannan FRAWLEY [441] (Margaret Ellen BANNAN4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born on 12 Jun 1912 in Melbourne South, Vic, Australia, died on 2 Feb 2005 in Vic, Australia at age 92, and was buried on 10 Feb 2005 in Fawkner, Vic, Australia.

General Notes: Information on Ada's family was supplied by Ada by letter and during telephone conversations with Coral Jones. Birth registered as Ada Frawley Bannan.

Ada's funeral service was held at St Joseph's Catholic Church, 95 Stokes Street Port Melbourne at 11am followed by a private burial at Fawkner Cemetery to follow on 10.2.05.

Herald Sun Melbourne 4 Feb 2005
PLUMRIDGE (Frawley) - Ada. Dearly beloved wife of Steward (dec), mother of Frank (dec), John and Margaret. Passed away peacefully on Feb 2 aged 91. Rest in peace.

PLUMRIDGE (Frawley) - Ada. Beloved mother of John, mother-in-law of Bernadette., Nana to David, Christopher and Natalie. Great Nana to Matthew, Bernadette, Sarah, Luke and Jacqueline. In God's care.

PLUMRIDGE - Ada. Nana, a great 91 years of life. Thanks for sharing so much love with us. Now with Pa. Love - David, Emma, Matthew, Sarah and Luke.

PLUMRIDGE - Reqium Mass for the repose of the soul of Mrs Ada Mary Plumridge will be offered a St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 95 Stokes St., Port Melbourne on Thursday (Feb 10 2005) at 11.00 am. A Private burial at Fawkner Cemetery will follow. Syd Peek and Daughter, Croydon.


4 February 2005
PLUMRIDGE (Frawley) - Ada. Beloved mother of Frank (dec). Mother-in-law of Dawn, Nanna to Leanne, Shane, Debbie, Darrell and Ashley. Great Nanna to Suzanne, Michael, Aaron, Sharee, Gareth, Neikeisha, Keegan, Joshua, Beau, Kayla, Liam, Jordan, Meika and Abbey. Great Great Nanna to Drew.

PLUMRIDGE (Frawley) - Ada. Peacefully on Feb 2. Dearly loved and cherished mother of Margaret, mother-in-law of Peter,loved Nana of Sharon (dec), Susan (dec), Michelle and Mark, Fiona and Bryan, Andrew and Lynda, Nick, Louise and Sam and Great Grandma of Bridgett, Ben, Jessica, Emily, Callum, Joshua and Miranda. In Gods care.

PLUMRIDGE (Frawley) - Ada. Much loved Nan to Fiona, Bryan, Bridgette and Ben. Your strength and independence was an inspiration. Cherished memories always.

PLUMRIDGE - Ada. Loved and loving Nan of Michelle, Mark, Jessica, Emily and Joshua. Treasured memories of a wonderful Nana in our hearts always. Our guardian Angel reunited with Pa.

PLUMRIDGE (Frawley) - Ada. In loving memory of Ada. Our deepest sympathy to Margaret and Peter and family our thoughts are with you. - Mum (Nana Brown), Margaret, Geoff and Chris.

PLUMRIDGE - Requim Mass for the repose of the soul of Mrs Ada Mary Plumridge will be offered at St. Joseph's Catholick Church 95 Stokes St., Port Melbourne on Tursday (Feb 10 2005) at 11.00 a.m.

7 Feb 2005
PLUMRIDGE - Ada. Nana, thanks for being such a loving and caring Nan. Special memories will stay with us forever - Andrew, Lynda, Callum and Miranda.

Noted events in her life were:

• Her obituary was published in the Herald Sun newspaper in Feb 2005 in Melbourne, Vic, Australia.

Ada married Stewart Joseph B PLUMRIDGE [1809] in 1936. Stewart was born on 20 Aug 1909 and died on 11 Nov 1975 at age 66.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 152 M    i. Frank PLUMRIDGE [703] was born in 1937 and died before 2005.

Frank married Dawn GORFINE [704].

+ 153 M    ii. John PLUMRIDGE [705]

John married Bernadette DALTON [706].

+ 154 F    iii. Margaret PLUMRIDGE [707]

Margaret married Peter Leonard BROWN [708].

94. Kathleen FRAWLEY [443] (Margaret Ellen BANNAN4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born about 1914 and died about Jul 1996 in Melbourne, Vic, Australia aged about 82.

Kathleen married James HOLLAND [444].

97. James Patrick FRAWLEY [449] (Margaret Ellen BANNAN4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born on 23 Sep 1919 in Leigh Creek, Vic, Australia and died on 21 Aug 2001 in Port Fairy, Vic, Australia at age 81. Another name for James was Jimmy FRAWLEY.

General Notes: Served in WW2, service number V71945.

dob approx only 18 June 1996 James Frawley, Lived Unit 2/3 Mandeville Court Port Fairy 3284. [[Ph: 055 682 265.]] His wife Ursula was in a nursing home at Port Fairy and has been for 4 years following a stroke. He visited his wife every day from 3-6pm. He was passed my advertisement in the Pakenham paper by his mate in Drouin three years ago and found it the other day and decided to ring. 18.8.96. During this phone call he advised that his sister Keenie ( Frawley) Holland had died about 4-5 weeks previously.

James married Ursula May AIRS [450] about 1956. Ursula was born on 15 Feb 1915 and died on 29 May 2005 in Port Fairy, Vic, Australia at age 90. Another name for Ursula was Ursula May AHYEE.

101. Maureen KEOGH [6459] (Kathleen Eleanor BANNAN4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Maureen married T ANDREWS [6499].

Children from this marriage were:

   155 M    i. Peter ANDREWS [6500]

   156 M    ii. Mark ANDREWS [6501]

   157 F    iii. Madelaine ANDREWS [6502]

   158 M    iv. Michael ANDREWS [6503]

102. Kathleen Mary KEOGH [6460] (Kathleen Eleanor BANNAN4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Kathleen married Joe McBREARTY [6504].

Children from this marriage were:

   159 M    i. John McBREARTY [6505]

   160 M    ii. Joseph McBREARTY [6506]

   161 F    iii. Frances McBREARTY [6507]

   162 F    iv. Bernadette McBREARTY [6508]

   163 M    v. Brendon McBREARTY [6509]

   164 M    vi. Liam McBREARTY [6510]

103. Michael Edward KEOGH [6461] (Kathleen Eleanor BANNAN4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Michael married M WADDINGTON [6511].

Children from this marriage were:

   165 M    i. Michael KEOGH [6512]

   166 M    ii. Geoffrey KEOGH [6513]

   167 M    iii. Martin KEOGH [6514]

   168 F    iv. Jennifer KEOGH [6515]

   169 F    v. Ann Maree KEOGH [6516]

   170 F    vi. Susan KEOGH [6517]

   171 M    vii. Liam KEOGH [6518]

104. John KEOGH [6462] (Kathleen Eleanor BANNAN4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

John married B McCABE [6519].

Children from this marriage were:

   172 M    i. Stephen KEOGH [6520]

   173 F    ii. Natalie KEOGH [6521]

   174 M    iii. Andrew KEOGH [6522]

   175 M    iv. Ryan KEOGH [6523]

   176 M    v. Christian KEOGH [6524]

105. Delia KEOGH [6463] (Kathleen Eleanor BANNAN4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Delia married T BUCKLEY [6525].

Children from this marriage were:

   177 F    i. Catherine BUCKLEY [6526]

   178 M    ii. Thomas BUCKLEY [6527]

   179 F    iii. Colleen BUCKLEY [6528]

   180 M    iv. James BUCKLEY [6529]

106. Ronald BANNAN [6453] (Vincent James4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Ronald married Jean DUNN [6464].

Children from this marriage were:

+ 181 M    i. Gregory BANNAN [6465]

Gregory married J NORMAN [6469].

   182 F    ii. Denise BANNAN [6466] was born in 1962 and died in 1962.

   183 M    iii. Neil BANNAN [6467]

   184 F    iv. Catriona BANNAN [6468]

107. Leonard BANNAN [6454] (Vincent James4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Leonard married Ailsa CRAIG [6470].

Children from this marriage were:

+ 185 F    i. Cheryl BANNAN [6471]

Cheryl married R BLAKE [6478].

   186 M    ii. Rodney BANNAN [6472]

   187 M    iii. Craig BANNAN [6473]

+ 188 F    iv. Barbara BANNAN [6474]

Barbara married J CERDA [6482].

+ 189 F    v. Deborah BANNAN [6475]

Deborah married D MURPHY [6484].

   190 M    vi. Ian BANNAN [6476]

   191 F    vii. Sandra BANNAN [6477] was born in 1966 and died in 1966.

108. Stanley BANNAN [6455] (Vincent James4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Stanley married L DUNN [6485].

Children from this marriage were:

   192 M    i. Warren BANNAN [6486]

   193 F    ii. Machalle BANNAN [6487]

   194 M    iii. Grantley BANNAN [6488]

109. Dennis Percy BANNAN [6456] (Vincent James4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Dennis married Jill WOODMAN [6489].

Children from this marriage were:

   195 F    i. Vivienne BANNAN [6490]

   196 M    ii. Dean BANNAN [6491]

110. Kevin James BANNAN [4628] (Vincent James4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born on 20 Sep 1950 in Ivanhoe, Vic, Australia and died in 2009 in Melbourne, Vic, Australia at age 59.

Kevin married R GILCHRIST [6498].

The child from this marriage was:

+ 197 M    i. Liam BANNAN [6493]

Liam married Bronwyn HACKETT [6494].

111. Trevor BANNAN [6457] (Vincent James4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Trevor married J FROST [6492].

Sixth Generation (3rd Great-Grandchildren)


112. George Henry GIBSON [215] (Lorna Kathleen JONES5, Catherine BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

George married Lina BELLOFIORE [216].

Children from this marriage were:

   198 M    i. Mark Joseph GIBSON [264]

+ 199 F    ii. Melinda Jane GIBSON [265]

Melinda married RANKIN [6495].

113. John Clement GIBSON [217] (Lorna Kathleen JONES5, Catherine BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

John married Margaret Vera WILSON [218]. Margaret died in Apr 2010 in Swan Hill , Vic, Australia.

General Notes: Death information passed on from Lorna Gibson of Mandurang and John Gibson, the ex husband of Margaret, however I could not find a death notice in the Herald Sun


Children from this marriage were:

+ 200 M    i. Simon John GIBSON [266]

Simon had a relationship with Katy Louise JONES [7515].

   201 M    ii. Jason Vaughan GIBSON [267]

114. Allan Haydon GIBSON [219] (Lorna Kathleen JONES5, Catherine BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Allan married Lorraine LEWIS [220]. Lorraine was born about 1957 in TAS, Australia, died in Sep 1998 in Canberra, ACT, Australia aged about 41, and was buried in TAS, Australia.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 202 F    i. Rachel Lee GIBSON [268]

Rachel married McCARTHY [7850].

   203 F    ii. Rebecca Kate GIBSON [269]

Allan next married Lisa BURNS [7517].

115. Leanne Gay GIBSON [221] (Lorna Kathleen JONES5, Catherine BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Leanne married Stephen Richard MOW [222].

Children from this marriage were:

+ 204 M    i. Tyler Clement MOW [270]

Tyler married Alexandra DONERGAN [7841].

   205 F    ii. Laura Kristen MOW [271]

116. Michael James JONES [910] (Leonard George JONES5, Catherine BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Michael married Coral Janine BLACKWELL [2], daughter of Douglas Geoffrey Francis BLACKWELL [186] and Nancye June BONHAM [185].

Children from this marriage were:

+ 206 F    i. Michelle Janine JONES [1]

Michelle married Morgan Kenneth BARNES [3000].

   207 M    ii. Tristan James JONES [4]

   208 M    iii. Lachlan Douglas James JONES [5]

117. Kathleen Ann JONES [912] (Leonard George JONES5, Catherine BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Kathleen married Kelvin John SMITH [18], son of Douglas James SMITH [177] and Emily Jean MAPLESON [176].

Children from this marriage were:

   209 F    i. Emma Kate SMITH [34]

   210 F    ii. Cindy Ann SMITH [35]

+ 211 F    iii. Jackie Lee SMITH [36]

Jackie had a relationship with Ben YATES [3678].

+ 212 M    iv. Trevor Douglas SMITH [37]

Trevor had a relationship with Nikki Marie McGUIRE [4168].

Trevor next had a relationship with Jesse CRIGHTON [8115].

118. Patricia May JONES [914] (Leonard George JONES5, Catherine BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Patricia married Phillip John GREEN [19], son of John Frederick GREEN [179] and Margaret Heather MATTHEWS [178].

Children from this marriage were:

   213 M    i. Thomas William GREEN [38]

   214 F    ii. Elizabeth Margaret GREEN [39]

119. Gregory William JONES [916] (Leonard George JONES5, Catherine BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Gregory married Sharon NEWTON-BOWLER [154], daughter of Robert Thornton NEWTON [181] and Marlene Lynette RICHARDS [180].

Children from this marriage were:

+ 215 F    i. Stephanie Ann JONES [40]

Stephanie married David Lawrence THOONEN [3076].

   216 F    ii. Kristy-Lee Margaret JONES [978]

   217 F    iii. Brooke Louise JONES [42]

   218 M    iv. Travis Dale JONES [1472]

120. Susanne Maree JONES [918] (Leonard George JONES5, Catherine BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Susanne married John PUPETTI [13], son of Eugenio PUPETTI [183] and Bertilla TROTTO [182].

Children from this marriage were:

+ 219 F    i. Jessica Ann PUPETTI [43]

Jessica had a relationship with Patrick JOBLING [8726].

   220 F    ii. Rebecca Kate PUPETTI [44]

   221 F    iii. Hayley Maree PUPETTI [803]

   222 F    iv. Brianna Louise PUPETTI [1473]

121. Maxwell George JONES [920] (Leonard George JONES5, Catherine BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Maxwell had a relationship with Debra CAMILLERI [1357].

Their children were:

   223 F    i. Ebonee Rose CAMILLERI [1358]

   224 M    ii. Riley Adrian CAMILLERI [1469]

Maxwell next had a relationship with Melanie BRADLEY [3068].

Their children were:

   225 M    i. Jackson John Leonard JONES [3067]

   226 F    ii. Ruby Ann Mya JONES [3944]

123. Fiona Margaret JONES [922] (Leonard George JONES5, Catherine BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Fiona married Neil CLAY [1989].

Children from this marriage were:

   227 F    i. Taleah Louise CLAY [1988]

   228 F    ii. Jade Marie CLAY [1991]

   229 M    iii. Braydan George CLAY [3066]

   230 M    iv. Owen Edward CLAY [3939]

124. Kellie Louise JONES [923] (Leonard George JONES5, Catherine BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Kellie married Grant SAGE [1986].

Children from this marriage were:

   231 F    i. Ella May SAGE [1987] was born on 6 Jul 2002 in Warragul, Vic, Australia, died on 6 Jul 2002 in Warragul, Vic, Australia, and was buried on 10 Jul 2002 in Korumburra, Vic, Australia.

General Notes: South Gippsland Sentinel Times 16 July 2002
SAGE - JONES (Still born). To Grant and Kellie a beautiful daughter Ella May born on 6.7.2002 at Warragul Hospital. Granddaughter of Bob, Jo, Elaine, John, Len and Margaret. Great granddaughter of Jim and Alice (dec), Alex (dec), and Phyl. Niece of Cameron, Nicole, Tanya, Adrian and Bradley (dec) Michael, Coral, Kathy, Kelvin, Pat, Phillip, Greg, Sharon, Sue, John, Max, David, Fiona, David and families. Thank you to Dr Bensley, Dr Simon and mid-wives. Our shining star about in our hears forever.

Herald Sun Melbourne 17 July 2016
SAGE (Jones) to Kellie and Grant a daughter Ella May. Born July 6 2002 at Warragul Hospital (stillborn). Our shining star above. In our hearts forever.

   232 M    ii. James Scott SAGE [1990]

   233 F    iii. Kasey Jane SAGE [2714]

125. Cheryl Ann JONES [212] (Kevin William JONES5, Catherine BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Cheryl married Mario Guido MERKL [213].

Children from this marriage were:

   234 M    i. Anthony Guido MERKL [233]

   235 F    ii. Lisa Ann MERKL [234]

127. Ian Andrew BANNAN [226] (Raymond Arthur5, Edward 4th4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Ian married Anita PEACE [296].

The child from this marriage was:

   236 F    i. Samantha Lee BANNAN [297]

134. Jan Maree PHELAN [254] (Glenice Anne STEVENS5, Mary Anne BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Jan married Peter Ronald HALLIDAY [255].

135. Steven Andrew PHELAN [256] (Glenice Anne STEVENS5, Mary Anne BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Steven married Name UNKNOWN [5672].

Children from this marriage were:

   237 F    i. Brittany PHELAN [5670]

   238 F    ii. Carissa PHELAN [5671]

136. Anthony James PHELAN [257] (Glenice Anne STEVENS5, Mary Anne BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Anthony married someone.

His child was:

   239 F    i. Alicia PHELAN [5673]

137. Anita FROST [258] (Louise Winifred STEVENS5, Mary Anne BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Anita married Justin Aaron WEAVER [2708].

Children from this marriage were:

   240 M    i. Ewan Thomas WEAVER [2709]

   241 F    ii. Lily Louise WEAVER [5632]

138. Tracey Aylene FROST [259] (Louise Winifred STEVENS5, Mary Anne BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Tracey married Phillip Christopher CARROLL [2707].

Children from this marriage were:

   242 F    i. Alexandra Louise CARROLL [5633]

   243 F    ii. Emily Kathryn CARROLL [5634]

139. Joanne Lee FROST [260] (Louise Winifred STEVENS5, Mary Anne BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Joanne married Jarrod Ross SINCLAIR [5635].

The child from this marriage was:

   244 M    i. Dustin Kevin SINCLAIR [5636]

140. Louise Jane GILBEE [261] (Aylene Mary STEVENS5, Mary Anne BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Louise married Kenneth Robert WELLARD [5674].

Children from this marriage were:

   245 M    i. Aidan Robert WELLARD [5675]

   246 F    ii. Julia Kathleen WELLARD [5676]

   247 M    iii. Macklin Trey WELLARD [5677]

   248 M    iv. Ellot Patrick WELLARD [5678]

141. Linda Kathleen GILBEE [262] (Aylene Mary STEVENS5, Mary Anne BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Linda married Colin Michael BOOTH [5679].

142. Hayley Ann GILBEE [263] (Aylene Mary STEVENS5, Mary Anne BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Hayley married Timothy James WESTON [5680].

Children from this marriage were:

   249 M    i. Charlie James WESTON [5681]

   250 F    ii. Mia Kathleen WESTON [5682]

143. Dianne QUIRK [465] (Dennis Mannix QUIRK5, Elizabeth Mary BANNAN4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Dianne married S. MORGONS [466].

The child from this marriage was:

   251 F    i. Hollie MORGONS [467]

144. Shane QUIRK [461] (Dennis Mannix QUIRK5, Elizabeth Mary BANNAN4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Shane married R KENNEDY [462].

The child from this marriage was:

   252 F    i. Nakita QUIRK [464]

Shane next married P THOMPSON [463].

145. Janice MOSS [470] (Mary QUIRK5, Elizabeth Mary BANNAN4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Janice married M. O'DWYRE [471].

The child from this marriage was:

   253 F    i. Penelope O'DWYRE [472]

152. Frank PLUMRIDGE [703] (Ada Mary Bannan FRAWLEY5, Margaret Ellen BANNAN4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1) was born in 1937 and died before 2005.

General Notes: lived Yarroham Q'land

Frank married Dawn GORFINE [704].

Children from this marriage were:

+ 254 F    i. Leanne PLUMRIDGE [709]

Leanne married [—?—] [730].

+ 255 M    ii. Shane PLUMRIDGE [710]

Shane married Judy [—?—] [711].

Shane next married Lorin [—?—] [712].

+ 256 F    iii. Debra PLUMRIDGE [713]

Debra married Timothy PRICE [714].

+ 257 M    iv. Darrol PLUMRIDGE [715]

Darrol married Catherine [—?—] [716].

   258 M    v. Ashley PLUMRIDGE [717]

153. John PLUMRIDGE [705] (Ada Mary Bannan FRAWLEY5, Margaret Ellen BANNAN4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

John married Bernadette DALTON [706].

Children from this marriage were:

   259 M    i. David PLUMRIDGE [718]

   260 M    ii. Chris PLUMRIDGE [719]

   261 F    iii. Natalie PLUMRIDGE [720]

154. Margaret PLUMRIDGE [707] (Ada Mary Bannan FRAWLEY5, Margaret Ellen BANNAN4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Margaret married Peter Leonard BROWN [708].

Children from this marriage were:

   262 F    i. Susan Margaret BROWN [721] was born about 1969 and died in 1969 in Melbourne, Vic, Australia.

General Notes: twin of Sharon Maree

   263 F    ii. Sharon Maree BROWN [722] was born about 1969 and died in 1969 in Melbourne, Vic, Australia.

General Notes: twin of Susan Margaret

   264 F    iii. Michelle BROWN [723]

   265 F    iv. Fiona BROWN [724]

   266 M    v. Andrew BROWN [725]

   267 M    vi. Nicholas BROWN [726]

   268 F    vii. Louise BROWN [727]

   269 M    viii. Samuel BROWN [728]

181. Gregory BANNAN [6465] (Ronald5, Vincent James4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Gregory married J NORMAN [6469].

185. Cheryl BANNAN [6471] (Leonard5, Vincent James4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Cheryl married R BLAKE [6478].

Children from this marriage were:

   270 M    i. Robert BLAKE [6479]

   271 F    ii. Seona BLAKE [6480]

   272 M    iii. David BLAKE [6481]

188. Barbara BANNAN [6474] (Leonard5, Vincent James4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Barbara married J CERDA [6482].

The child from this marriage was:

   273 M    i. Eric CERDA [6483]

189. Deborah BANNAN [6475] (Leonard5, Vincent James4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Deborah married D MURPHY [6484].

197. Liam BANNAN [6493] (Kevin James5, Vincent James4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Liam married Bronwyn HACKETT [6494].

Children from this marriage were:

   274 F    i. Rachael BANNAN [6496]

   275 F    ii. Linda BANNAN [6497]

Seventh Generation (4th Great-Grandchildren)


199. Melinda Jane GIBSON [265] (George Henry GIBSON6, Lorna Kathleen JONES5, Catherine BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Melinda married RANKIN [6495].

200. Simon John GIBSON [266] (John Clement GIBSON6, Lorna Kathleen JONES5, Catherine BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Simon had a relationship with Katy Louise JONES [7515].

Their child was:

   276 F    i. Brigette Abbey GIBSON [7516]

202. Rachel Lee GIBSON [268] (Allan Haydon GIBSON6, Lorna Kathleen JONES5, Catherine BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Rachel married McCARTHY [7850].

The child from this marriage was:

   277 F    i. MCCARTHY [7851]

204. Tyler Clement MOW [270] (Leanne Gay GIBSON6, Lorna Kathleen JONES5, Catherine BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Tyler married Alexandra DONERGAN [7841].

206. Michelle Janine JONES [1] (Michael James JONES6, Leonard George JONES5, Catherine BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Michelle married Morgan Kenneth BARNES [3000], son of Martin Kenneth BARNES [3002] and Jennifer Kay WILSON [3001].

Children from this marriage were:

   278 M    i. Austin Douglas BARNES [3666]

   279 F    ii. Anna Jane BARNES [4280]

211. Jackie Lee SMITH [36] (Kathleen Ann JONES6, Leonard George JONES5, Catherine BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Jackie had a relationship with Ben YATES [3678].

Their children were:

   280 F    i. Mia Rose YATES [3679]

   281 F    ii. Beth Emily YATES [7332]

212. Trevor Douglas SMITH [37] (Kathleen Ann JONES6, Leonard George JONES5, Catherine BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Trevor had a relationship with Nikki Marie McGUIRE [4168].

Their child was:

   282 M    i. Taysen Leo SMITH [4167]

Trevor next had a relationship with Jesse CRIGHTON [8115].

Their child was:

   283 F    i. Addison Jean SMITH [8122]

215. Stephanie Ann JONES [40] (Gregory William JONES6, Leonard George JONES5, Catherine BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Stephanie married David Lawrence THOONEN [3076].

The child from this marriage was:

   284 M    i. Blake William THOONEN [3077]

219. Jessica Ann PUPETTI [43] (Susanne Maree JONES6, Leonard George JONES5, Catherine BANNAN4, Edward William 3rd3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Jessica had a relationship with Patrick JOBLING [8726].

Their child was:

   285 M    i. Ned William JOBLING [9125]

254. Leanne PLUMRIDGE [709] (Frank PLUMRIDGE6, Ada Mary Bannan FRAWLEY5, Margaret Ellen BANNAN4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Leanne married [—?—] [730].

Children from this marriage were:

   286 M    i. Mikeal PLUMRIDGE [729]

   287 F    ii. Susan PLUMRIDGE [731]

255. Shane PLUMRIDGE [710] (Frank PLUMRIDGE6, Ada Mary Bannan FRAWLEY5, Margaret Ellen BANNAN4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Shane married Judy [—?—] [711].

Children from this marriage were:

   288 M    i. Aaron PLUMRIDGE [732]

   289 F    ii. Sheree PLUMRIDGE [733]

Shane next married Lorin [—?—] [712].

256. Debra PLUMRIDGE [713] (Frank PLUMRIDGE6, Ada Mary Bannan FRAWLEY5, Margaret Ellen BANNAN4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Debra married Timothy PRICE [714].

Children from this marriage were:

   290 M    i. Joshua PRICE [734]

   291 M    ii. Beau PRICE [735]

   292 F    iii. ? PRICE [736]

257. Darrol PLUMRIDGE [715] (Frank PLUMRIDGE6, Ada Mary Bannan FRAWLEY5, Margaret Ellen BANNAN4, Dennis Michael3, Edward 2nd2, Edward 1st1)

Darrol married Catherine [—?—] [716].

Children from this marriage were:

   293 M    i. Liam PLUMRIDGE [737]

   294 M    ii. Jordan Reece PLUMRIDGE [738]

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