Obtained from http://www.nationalarchives.ie
The document reference in each entry below is the National Archives of Ireland reference to the original document in the archives. The microfilm reference number refers to the set of microfilms presented to Australia in 1988.
Surname: Dooling Other Names: Joseph Age: 17 Sex: M Alias: Place Of Trial: Dublin City Trial Date: 07/03/1848 Place Of Imprisonment: Document Date: Crime Description: Felony Handkerchief Sentence: Transportation 7 Yrs Ship: London Petitioner: Relationship: Document References: Tr 7, P 56 Microfilm References: Comments: R.C. read and write a little 21 June 1853 - Conditional Pardon Application. 16 Feb 1863 - Simple Larceny, 3 months hard labour
Record 2 Of 10 For Hughes
Surname: Hughes Other Names: Mary Age: 0 Sex: F Alias: Place Of Trial: Co. Galway Trial Date: 08/08/1848 Place Of Imprisonment: Document Date: Crime Description: Larceny Sentence: Transportation 7 Yrs Ship: Petitioner: Relationship: Document References: Tr 8, P 218 Microfilm References: Comments:
Joseph Dooling 1830 - 19 March 1893, was tried in Dublin 7 March 1848 for Felony. He arrived at Hobart 19 March 1851 on the London. He received his Ticket of Leave 24 Aug 1852, and the Conditional Pardon was recommended 31 Aug 1852 and approved 21 June 1853. In 1851 he is described as aged 21, 5 ft 2 and a quarter inches tall, dark skinned with black hair, hazel eyes, and black eyebrows.
Joseph Dooling gave his occupation as Policeman when he married 17 Jan 1853 at the Holy Catholic Church of St Joseph, Hobart Town to Mary Hughes. He signed his name, Mary put her mark with a cross.
Mary Hughes was an Irish convict aged 18, a servant, tried at Galway 8 Aug 1848 for larceny and sentenced to 7 years.
Joseph and Mary had 4 children
1. Anna Dooling 16 Sep 1853
2. William Dolan 1856
3. Joseph Dooling 17 Jan 1862 lived 3 years
4. George Thomas Doolan 1866
On 1 June 1880 Joseph made as declaration that Mary Hughes had left him and said she left Tasmania in 1871. When Joseph died at Gordon he was described as aged 68, a Pauper, died of heart disease.
Joseph Dooling married 10 June 1880 in Channel District of Tasmania to Elizabeth Backhouse born about June 1854, daughter of James Baccus and Suzannah Whitamore, with John Smith a witness
Surnames are a feature for Elizabeth, born Backhouse. She took the surname Smith when her sister married, and after her husband Joseph Dooling died she became Elizabeth Bones by marrying William Bones on 2 Nov 1898 at Point Cygnet, Tasmania.
Elizabeth gave her age as 39, William said he was 44.
1. Emma Nora Galligher 23 Sept 1878 daughter of James Galligher|
2. unnamed male 1880
3. Edith Annie Dooling 6 Sept 1882 named after her aunt, Annie Smith of Gordon, married James John Drysdale
5. Elsie Elizabeth Dooling 12 Nov 1884 married Henry Francis Drysdale, brother of James
6. Mary Dooling 13 Nov 1886 lived 1 day
7. John William Dooling 25 Oct 1888 - 16 Ap 1919, died of war injuries.
8. Susannah Barbara Dooling 28 Nov 1892
Elsie Elizabeth Dooling 12 Nov 1884 - 21 Oct 1963, wed 22 Jan 1906 to Henry Francis Drysdale at St John's Toorak. Her sister Edith married Henry's brother James, probably in Tasmania 1902.
John William Dooling Lance Corporal 1888 - 16 Ap 1919 WW1 26th Bat 64114. I have a copy of his war record. He enlisted 13 May 1915 and returned to Australia 12 May 1918. He died of war injuries 11 months later.
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