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Mary REDDEN (1850-1911)

Mary REDDEN,1 daughter of Patrick REDDEN (1824?-1888) and Ellen ROACH (1826?- ), was born in 1850 in Goulburn, NSW.1 She married John COMMINS in 1873 in Michelago, NSW.1,2

she died (aged 61) on 18 October 1911 at "Black Flat" in Michelago.1,3 She was buried in October 1911 in the Catholic section of the general cemetery in Michelago.3

 

John COMMINS1 was the son of Michael COMMINS (1806-1891) and Mary CONROY (1809-1891). He and Mary REDDEN had the following children:

 

Mary COMMINS (1869?-1940) (known as 'Mollie')

Patrick COMMINS (1873?-1910)

Michael Joseph COMMINS (1873-1900)

Ellen Ann COMMINS (1880?- ) (known as 'Nellie')

John William COMMINS (1881?-1958) (known as 'Jack')

Daniel Thomas COMMINS (1883?- )

Bridget COMMINS (1883?-1885)

Citations

1{S0125}, Internet (WCP) COWDERY, Edwina : re COMMINS, Michael (0278) and CONROY, Mary (0279) and Descendants (The site has been removed from Rootsweb's World Connect Project). Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
2{S0122}, Internet (First Families 2001) re COMMINS and CONROY (Submitted by Michael Commins : http://pandora.nla.gov.au/pan/10421/20041220/www.firstfamilies2001.net.au/firstfamily5040....). Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
3{S0157}, Cemetery List : Michelago, Southern Tablelands, NSW, Australia (http://www.interment.net/data/aus/nsw/southerntablelands/michelago/). Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: Commins, Mary (Reddan), d. 18 Oct 1911, age : 62 yrs, s/o (stet d/o) Patrick & Ellen, bur. Catholic section

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Updated : 23 Mar 2014