Hi Judy, I did a huge load of this line for a 4th cousin, saved it on a memory stick and my computer later deleted a fair bit of it. I still have a substantial amount if you want it?
I have to completely re-do it all anyway, especially the Australian side because another person directly related on the Boland line wants a copy.
I have mostly the Australian side and the death notice of Christina in Australia. Unfortunately, although I have dates and places, it appears the Registry has no certificate of death that it can find so I have no idea who her parents are.
Their youngest daughter Christina died aged 16 when she got a disease in the knee; their daughter Sarah married into a law family and her husband resided over the most horrific crime in Australia at that time. there are apparently over 1000 pages on the court case alone in the newspaper. Weirdly enough the murder weapon was found 98 years later after the fact. It happened in 1893 but even to this day the tiny village where it happened will never speak about it and shun anyone who asks.
Peter became a Justice of the Peace and magistrate but never married. Thomas snr died aged 100 in Australia; Thomas jnr was slammed against a tree by his horse whilst riding home and died instantly from a broken back.