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51 1860 - Certificate by Justices to Authorise the Granting of a License
Name: Greorge Morrow
Public House Location: Armidale
Licence or Certificate Date: 2 May 1860
Hotel to be named the Daniel O'Connel Inn
Suretires made by: Edward Allingham and George Allingham both of Armidale 
MORROW, George (I203)
 
52 1860 Feb 15 - Edward Allingham made deposits to sponsor immigration of his brother William and family from Boa Island, Fermanagh to Australia. Listed are:
William 55 (Farmer), Margaret 48 (Wife), Elizabeth 29, Ann 24, William 22, George 20 and Susan 16 (all Farm Servants)
Source is ancestry.co.uk - New South Wales, Australia, Immigration Deposit Journals, 1853-1900 for William Allingham 
ALLINGHAM, William (I854)
 
53 1860 Feb 15 - Made deposits to sponsor immigration of his brother William and family from Boa Island, Fermanagh to Australia. Listed are:
William 55 (Farmer), Margaret 48 (Wife), Elizabeth 29, Ann 24, William 22, George 20 and Susan 16 (all Farm Servants)
Source is ancestry.co.uk - New South Wales, Australia, Immigration Deposit Journals, 1853-1900 for William Allingham 
ALLINGHAM, Edward (I894)
 
54 1864 BIRTH - Unamed Agar Male born on 03 Nov 1864 at Condobolin.
Mother - Mary Agar 20 years old born Berkshire, England.
Father - not listed
Informant - Mary Agar, mother, 07 Dec 1864, Condobolin.
1936 DEATH - Name: James Edwin Agar
Date of Death: 23/8/1936
Place: Netherby, Walgett Shire NSW
Occupation: Grazier
Sex: Male
Age: 71
Conjugal Status: Blank
Place of Birth: Condobolin NSW
Time in Aust Colonies: Blank
Father: Not Stated
Occupation: Not Stated
Mother: Mary Agar
Place of Marriage: Forbes, NSW
Age at Marriage: 24
Name of Spouse: Martha Ellen Smith
Children of Marriage: Unknown
Informant: E G Schwatz, No Relation, Walgett
Cause of Death: 1. Haematemesis 2. Gastric Ulcer 3. Arterio Sclerosis
Length of Illness 1. 2 days 12 hours 2. 4 years 3. 9 years
Date Last Seen: 23/8/1936
Date of Burial: 24/8/1936
Place of Burial: Church of England Cemetary Walgett
Undertaker: F C Ford
Witnesses: N Ford, L H Colless
Registered: 24/8/1396 Walgett 
AGAR, James Edwin (I173)
 
55 1867 BIRTH - Martha Eleanour born on 12 Sep 1867 at Bogabigal, Forbes.
Father - Robert Smith, Stockman, aged 45 years, born in Stafforshire, England
Mother - Ann Riley, aged 27 years, born in Camden, NSW
Parent's Marriage: 12 Nov 1866, Forbes NSW
Informant - Annie Smith, mother, Bogabigal, Forbes.
Witnesses: Mrs Field and Mrs Joseph Collits.
(see The Collits Family at: http://muchamore.id.au/collits.html) 
SMITH, Martha Eleanour (I172)
 
56 1870 - Government Gazette - 9 Sep 1870: The following Return of Publican's Licenses, which have been issued for the year commencing 1st July 1870 and ending 30th June 1871, is published for general information:
Armidale District: George Morrow, Beardy street, Sportsman's Arms 
MORROW, George (I203)
 
57 1872 - Government Gazette - 20 Sep 1872: The following Return of Publican's Licenses, which have been issued for the year commencing 1st July 1872 and ending 30th June 1873, is published for general information:
Armidale District: George Morrow, Beardy street, Sportsman's Arms 
MORROW, George (I203)
 
58 1873 - Government Gazette - 9 Sep 1873: The following Return of Publican's Licenses, which have been issued for the year commencing 1st July 1873 and ending 30th June 1874, is published for general information:
Armidale District: George Morrow, Beardy street, Sportsman's Arms 
MORROW, George (I203)
 
59 1874 - Government Gazette - 2 Sep 1874: The following Return of Publican's Licenses, which have been issued for the year commencing 1st July 1874and ending 30th June 1875, is published for general information:
Armidale District: George Morrow, Beardy street, Sportsman's Arms 
MORROW, George (I203)
 
60 1876 DEATH - 30 Jul 1876 at Farrand Street, Forbes, Eliza Agar, female aged 69 years. Father Bowtell and mother Elizabeth (surname unknown). Certified by Mary Mansell, daughter, Farrand Street, Forbes. Buried on 31 Jul 1876 at Forbes Cemetery. Born at Walton Stow near London with 25 years in NSW. Children of marriage - 2 males and 2 females living and 4 males and 1 female deceased. BOWTELL, Eliza (I255)
 
61 1889 MARRIAGE - 1 Jan 1889 James Edwin Agar, bachelor and labourer of Forbes, to Martha Eleanour Smith, spinster of Forbes, at St John's Vicarage, Forbes.
Witnessed by: Thomas Sargent and Marg Lock 
Family F985
 
62 1891 Census for wife Jemima (at Burndyke Street, Govan, Lanarkshire) says he is a second mate. IMRIE, Henry (I1819)
 
63 1896 - Nellie lodges a petition to file for divorce from James Agar. I don't know if they were ever officially divorced. Nellie never remarried but used the surname of Mansell later in her life. Her daughter, Mildred, also used the Mansell surname. I have assumed that the Mansell surname came from James' mother Mary who married a William Mansell (James' father is unknown as Mary was not married at the time of his brith). SMITH, Martha Eleanour (I172)
 
64 19.1.1830

Roderick MacLean, Diabaig and Anne Maclennan, Shieldaig 
Family F1688
 
65 1906 - Australian Town and Country Journal (NSW 1870 - 1907) Wednesday 22nd August 1906 "Mr. George Morrow, aged 82 years, one of the oldest pioneers of the New England district, died at Hillgrove on August 19." MORROW, George (I203)
 
66 1906 - The Hillgrove Guardian August 25, 1906 - Death of Mr Geo. Morrow, Senr
We regret to have to record the death of Mr George Morrow, who died at his residence, Bracken street, on Monday morning, at about 8 o'clock, from senile decay. Deceased had reached the advanced age of 82 years, and had only been ill a week prior to his demise. Dr Costelloe did all that medical skill could avail to prolong the old gentleman's life, while members of the family nursed him with unremitting attention and loving tenderness, and thus made his passage from this mundane sphere, where his sojourn had been longer than that given to the great majority of mankind, as peaceful as possible.
The late Mr Morrow was born in the town of Crevenish, county Fermanagh Ireland, in 1824, and arrived in Sydney with his father in 1841 - 65 years ago - being then 17 years of age. He landed in Armidale in 1844, the Cathedral City of the North being then only a small village. For several years - before the era of the Iron Horse, Mr Morrow conducted a carrying business between Maitland and Armidale, and afterwards went into farming operations. Subsequently he embarked in the business of hotelkeeping, having kept the Daniel O'Connell Hotel at Armidale and the Commercial at Uralla during the gold rush at the Rocky. Relinquishing hotelkeeping Mr Morrow lived in Armidale until removing to Hillgrove some 19 years ago, where he resided until the Grim Reaper called him away to that unexplored land. Like most the old pioneers the late Mr Morrow met with varying fortune, being at one time well-to-do. However he wanted for nothing in his declining years, he and his aged widow (75 years) living happily and comfortably together in Brackin st, and the old lady will greatly miss her partner of 55 years. Their lives together during that long period being of the serenest and happiest nature. Deceased was of an unobtrusive and genial nature, possesing the usual optimism and humour of his countrymen. He was a man of strict integrity, and honourable in all his dealings.
Besides the aged widow a family of six sons and three daughters survive deceased - Robert, James, Richard (Hillgrove), George, Johnstone (Inverell), and Alfred (New Zealand); Mrs Rathburn, Collins (Hillgrove) and Burrows (Sydney). Also 32 grandchildren. One daughter - Mrs M. Roberts - predeceased her father.
The funeral on Tuesday was largely attended. The body was taken to St Georges Church, and thence, after a short prayer by the Rev Mr Nixon, who also conducted the service at the grave, to the C. of E. cemetery, where the interment took place. A number of beautiful wreaths and floral emblems were laid on the coffin. Mr Hirschberg, Armidale, conducted the funeral arrangements. 
MORROW, George (I203)
 
67 1906 - The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW 1842 - 1954) Tuesday 21st August 1906 - "Hillgrove, Monday - Mr. George Morrow, aged 82 years, died this morning. Deceased had been a resident of the district for over 50 years." MORROW, George (I203)
 
68 1907 - Death duty paid 2/4/1907 - see State Records of NSW Deceased Estate file - Reel 3029 MORROW, George (I203)
 
69 2.3.1834 Diabaig to Roderick Maclean and Anne Maclennan - Anne (born 21.2.1834) MCLEAN, Anne (I4893)
 
70 2.3.1836 Greenan (Crinan), Corry to Norman MacDonald and Mary MacGregor - John (born 18.11.1835) MACDONALD, John (I4562)
 
71 2.7.1829

Malcolm Mackenzie and Christian MacDonald, both Alligin 
Family F1768
 
72 2.7.1829 Malcolm Mackenzie and Christian MacDonald, both Alligin Family F1768
 
73 20.6.1820 Kenneth Mackenzie and Christian Maclennan, both Alligin Family F1256
 
74 2005 May - Comment from Leonard Riches SMITH who is oldest brother of Nerida Nowland via Keith Eyre JONES. He told me that Aunt Nellie as long as he can remember used to go to Wagga Wagga for 6 weeks each Christmas to stay with the Smith Family. He said she was always Nellie Mansell to them. He said she took him when he was a 10 months old baby from Wagga Wagga to Forbes to show him to his grandmother RICHES. SMITH, Martha Eleanour (I172)
 
75 2009 - I have no idea where the name Hetherington is from - possibly the name
of the maternal grandmother? These records are from the Templecarn
Parish Registers and the family lived on Boa Island.

Margaret Barnes (Gosford NSW) 
ALLINGHAM, William Hetherington (I630)
 
76 2014 May from Keith Eyre Jones - Len and myself remembered Aunt Nellie very well because we both spent holidays with her. On one occasion my Mother and I spent Christmas holidays with Keith Smith a brother of Nerida at a two story Mansion at Strathfield which Aunt Nellie was looking after for a relative of the Arnotts Biscuit family.

We all knew her as Aunt Nellie Mansell and no one knew anything about her husband Mr Agar untill you made contact with me. Mildred was born Miss Ager but was married as Miss Mansell. Stories I was told was that when Aunt Nellie visited Mildred at Mosman she always had to go around to the back door. She was not to come to the front door.
 
SMITH, Martha Eleanour (I172)
 
77 2014 May from Nerida Nowland - Anyway, am delighted that you are interested in Aunt Nellie as I always thought she was underestimated. I saw her as an intelligent, independent, loyal lady. She came to our home for 3 weeks every year and was popular with us as well as others in our street. When in her eighties she would still walk, case in hand, from the railway station in Wagga to our home about 3 to 4 kms away.
The children in the street liked and knew her. I can remember her taking a group of us to the "beach" in the Murrumbidgee River - a beach with a swift current. The pool in Wagga was not built till 1953 when I was 10 yrs so with about 6 children in hand she had her hands full. We walked to the "beach", probably 4 kms away and, undaunted when she arrived, she regretted not having her neck to knee, navy woollen costume so she could swim too. When ready to go home we had the treat of travelling by the local bus instead of walking.

Aunt Nellie must have been able to swim, probably learnt when living at Bogabigal station where she had access to dams. In fact I believe one, maybe two, of her siblings were drowned. Keith might be able to clarify that. One of my nephews, Don Gordon, 7 years younger than I am lived at Caringbah, Sydney, remembers Aunt taking him as a young child to Burraneer Bay to teach him to swim. He had a rope around his tummy so she could walk on the pier and drag him along whilst he practised his swimming strokes. Don's mother was my sister Joan who died in 1986 when 60. I remember Aunt visiting her at Caringbah and another sister, Ethel, at Gymea. She was very much part of our family.

I think I have a picture of Aunt in Sydney with my brother Len and Sister Ethel during WW 2, Len in army uniform and Ethel in airforce. We were all very fond of her.

She was always concerned about her health, would rise about 6 am, swallow a raw unbeaten egg, then later would read everything in the paper from back to front.

I'm afraid she didn't have the same relationship with her own daughter. When my brother, Keith, stayed with her in Sydney on one occasion, she took him to visit her daughters place at Rose Bay, I think. He said there were no children, even though it was school hols. The boys stayed on at school for the hols during the school terms. The large house was set up with easels, drawing boards etc of the kind used by architects. Certainly not child friendly.

My mother must have been quite accepting of Aunt and grateful for her help. With 9 children in our family she fitted in well. My mum died in 1950 so am sure Aunt was a help to my father.

Last memory for today. She used to tell exciting stories of hiding behind logs when the bushrangers, maybe the likes of BenHall, would visit Boggabiggle Station.
 
SMITH, Martha Eleanour (I172)
 
78 25.3.1842 Diabaig to Roderick Maclean and Anne Maclennan - Donald (born 23.9.1840) MCLEAN, Donald (I4891)
 
79 25.7.1839

Donald Maclennan, Alligin and Widow Christian MacDonald or Mackenzie, Corry 
Family F1258
 
80 26 March 1877 at Lawton
Father: Angus McKenzie, Shepherd
Mother: Margaret McKenzie (nee McDonald)
Married: 1871 Feb Resolis Cromarty
Signed: Angus McKenzie his x mark
Registered: 6 Apr 1877, Cargill 
MCKENZIE, Roderick (I148)
 
81 27.1.1846 Murdoch MacDonald, boat carpenter at Alligin and Flora MacBeth, Fearnamore Family F1564
 
82 27.11.1834 Alligin to Donald Mackenzie and Margaret Maclennan - Anne (born 12.6.1834) MCKENZIE, Ann (I158)
 
83 27.8.1840 Alligin to Roderick Mackenzie and Catherine MacDonald - Kenneth (born 18.7.1840) MCKENZIE, Kenneth (I4469)
 
84 29.8.1835 Alligin to Roderick Maclean and Isabella MacDonald - Catherine (born 24.6.1835) MCLEAN, Catherine (I3540)
 
85 3.3.1833 Corry to John Maclennan and Anne MacDonald - Mary (born 20.1.1833) MCLENNAN, Mary (I4667)
 
86 31.3.1842 Crinan, Corry to Norman MacDonald and Mary MacGregor - Mary (born 14.11.1841) MACDONALD, Mary (I4565)
 
87 34. Christina Maclennan – ‘Old Culineag’. Her daughter, Christina MacDonald was ‘Young Culineag’. Both died in Culdarroch, and the house was subsequently occupied by Anna Dhubh – no.59. MACDONALD, Christian (I3613)
 
88 34. Christina Maclennan – ‘Old Culineag’. Her daughter, Christina MacDonald was ‘Young Culineag’. Both died in Culdarroch, and the house was subsequently occupied by Anna Dhubh – no.59. MCKENZIE, Christina (I5157)
 
89 4.4.1835 Wester Alligin to Murdoch MacDonald and Mary Mackenzie Murdoch (born 20.2.1835) MACDONALD, Murdoch (I4571)
 
90 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1976)
 
91 5 Apr 1889 at Lincross, Airlie
Father: Angus McKenzie, Farm Servant
Mother: Margaret McKenzie (nee McDonald)
Married: 22 Jan 1872 at Resolis, Cromarty
Signed: Angus McKenzie his x mark
Registered: 25 April 1889 at Airlie 
MCKENZIE, Catherine (I153)
 
92 5.2.1837 Greenan (Crinan), Corry to Norman MacDonald and Mary MacGregor - Hector (born 12.11.1836) MACDONALD, Hector (I4563)
 
93 6.4.1837 Alligin to Donald Mackenzie and Margaret Maclennan - Donald (born 20.10.1836) MCKENZIE, Donald (I157)
 
94 63 (on 1891 census). Alexander MacDonald, Alligin – ‘Sandeman’ His mother was Donald MacIver’s (Domhnall Fhearchair’s) sister, so he was Roderick and Farquhar MacIver’s cousin. His sister Kate married Domhnall Mór a’ Ruighchuillin no.54. Mary, his wife, was a sister of Roraidh Aonghais no. 75. He had two daughters called Mary - Marag Mór and Marag Bheag. Another daughter, Annabella, was known as ‘Ba-ar’.

Other children - Bella (b.1876) 
Family F575
 
95 7 Dec1875 at Lawton, Cargill
Father: Angus Mckenzie, Shepherd
Mother: Margaret McKenzie (nee McDonald)
Married: 29 Dec 1870 at Cromarty
Signed: Angus McKenzie his x mark.
Registered: 28 Dec 1875 at Cargill 
MCKENZIE, Angus (I22)
 
96 8.1.1855 Diabaig to John Maclennan and Isabel Mackenzie - Kenneth (born 7.5.1829) MCLENNAN, Kenneth (I4900)
 
97 8.11.1849 Murdo Campbell, Diabaig and Catherine Mackenzie, Diabaig Family F1667
 
98 8.11.1849 Murdo Campbell, Diabaig and Catherine Mackenzie, Diabaig Family F1667
 
99 8.12.1839 Diabaig to Roderick Maclean and Anne Maclennan - Janet (born 1.3.1839) MCLEAN, Janet (I4892)
 
100 8.4.1838 Alligin to Murdoch MacDonald and Mary Mackenzie Mary (born 26.2.1838) MACDONALD, Mary (I4572)
 

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