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==Background==
 
==Background==
On the 27th September at his residence Massey, there passed away an old and highly respected resident in the person of Mr P Moore. He was born at Kilfenora County Clare [[Ireland]], and came to Victoria with his parents, brother and sister in 1853 in the ship [[Sir Robert Sale]]. His brother [[Thaddeus Moore]] was mortally wounded in the Ballarat Riot in 1854. His name is now inscribed in the Lalor Monument in Ballarat.
 
  
Patrick Moore afterwards followed the occupation of carrier, going twice to [[New Zealand]] and continued the occupation successfully for some years.  
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Born 1834 at Kilfenora County Clare [[Ireland]], and came to Victoria with his parents, brother and sister in 1853 in the ship [[Sir Robert Sale]].
  
Again returning to Victoria he took up land at [[Pomberneit]] where he resided for nine years. Leaving the Western District he came to Massey 36 years ago accompanied by his sister. The deceased married late in life and leaves a widow and four daughters to mourn his loss. The remains were laid to rest in the Watchem Cemetery on Thursday. The Rev. Father Reidy officiated at the graveside. <ref>14 October 1911</ref>
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He died on 27 September 1911 at his residence Massey, and is buried at [[Watchem Cemetery]].  
  
 
==Goldfields Involvement, 1854==
 
==Goldfields Involvement, 1854==
  
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Patrick Moore's brother, [[Thaddeus Moore]], was mortally wounded in the Ballarat Riot in 1854.
  
 
==Post 1854 Experiences==
 
==Post 1854 Experiences==
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Patrick Moore afterwards followed the occupation of carrier, going twice to [[New Zealand]] and continued the occupation successfully for some years. After returning to Victoria he took up land at [[Pomberneit]] where he resided for nine years. Leaving the Western District he settled at Massey, accompanied by his sister. The deceased married late in life and leaves a widow and four daughters to mourn his loss. The remains were laid to rest in the [[Watchem Cemetery]] on Thursday. The Rev. Father Reidy officiated at the graveside. <ref>14 October 1911</ref>
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== Family ==
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Patrick Moore married Mary Anne Connellan. They had the following issue: Mary (married Jim Bourke); Ellen (married John O'Reilly); Bridget (married John Quinane) and Susan (married Vince Colbert).
 
Patrick Moore married Mary Anne Connellan. They had the following issue: Mary (married Jim Bourke); Ellen (married John O'Reilly); Bridget (married John Quinane) and Susan (married Vince Colbert).
  

Revision as of 03:30, 1 November 2019

Background

Born 1834 at Kilfenora County Clare Ireland, and came to Victoria with his parents, brother and sister in 1853 in the ship Sir Robert Sale.

He died on 27 September 1911 at his residence Massey, and is buried at Watchem Cemetery.

Goldfields Involvement, 1854

Patrick Moore's brother, Thaddeus Moore, was mortally wounded in the Ballarat Riot in 1854.

Post 1854 Experiences

Patrick Moore afterwards followed the occupation of carrier, going twice to New Zealand and continued the occupation successfully for some years. After returning to Victoria he took up land at Pomberneit where he resided for nine years. Leaving the Western District he settled at Massey, accompanied by his sister. The deceased married late in life and leaves a widow and four daughters to mourn his loss. The remains were laid to rest in the Watchem Cemetery on Thursday. The Rev. Father Reidy officiated at the graveside. [1]

Family

Patrick Moore married Mary Anne Connellan. They had the following issue: Mary (married Jim Bourke); Ellen (married John O'Reilly); Bridget (married John Quinane) and Susan (married Vince Colbert).

See also

Thaddeus Moore, brother

Further Reading

References

  1. 14 October 1911

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