Thomas HaleyAge: 47 years18211868

Name
Thomas Haley
Given names
Thomas
Surname
Haley
Birth 1821 44 30
Christening
Birth of a brotherRobert Haley
about 1827 (Age 6 years)
Emigration February 21, 1842 (Age 21 years)
Note: HALEY THOMAS 21 FEB 1842 THETIS 2/3 65
MarriageJane WareView this family
December 19, 1842 (Age 21 years)
Shared note:

Reg # 4666 Fiche 940

Birth of a son
#1
Samuel Haley
1844 (Age 23 years)
Death of a motherSusannah (ann) White
April 1844 (Age 23 years) Age: 53
Death of a motherSusannah (ann) White
1844 (Age 23 years)


Birth of a son
#2
William Haley
1846 (Age 25 years)
Birth of a son
#3
Thomas (Thos) Haley
1848 (Age 27 years)
Death of a wifeJane Ware
March 1, 1852 (Age 31 years)
Death of a fatherSamuel Haley
July 2, 1852 (Age 31 years) Age: 80

Source: London, England, Church of England Deaths and Burials, 1813-2003
MarriageAnn DrumView this family
September 15, 1852 (Age 31 years)
Shared note: Married by the Rev. T. Hart Davies
Birth of a daughter
#4
Mary Haley
1853 (Age 32 years)
Birth of a daughter
#5
Susannah Haley
1856 (Age 35 years)
Birth of a daughter
#6
Annie Haley
1856 (Age 35 years)
Birth of a daughter
#7
Elizabeth Haley
1860 (Age 39 years)
Birth of a son
#8
James Haley
1864 (Age 43 years)

Birth of a daughter
#9
Lucy Haley
1865 (Age 44 years)
Death of a sonSamuel Haley
1867 (Age 46 years)
Birth of a daughter
#10
Rachel Haley
1868 (Age 47 years)

Death August 11, 1868 (Age 47 years)
Burial August 14, 1868 (3 days after death)
Birth of a daughter
#11
Hamey Haley
after 1868 ( after death)

Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: April 7, 1806St Giles in the Fields
10 months
elder sister
7 years
elder brother
4 years
elder sister
4 years
himself
7 years
younger brother
Family with Jane Ware - View this family
himself
wife
Jane Ware
Birth: 1822Fermanagh, Ireland
Emigration: Arrived as an orphan on the Thetis with Thomas Haley in 1842
Death: March 1, 1852River Plemty, Morang, Victoria, Australia
Marriage: December 19, 1842St. James, Richmond, Victoria
2 years
son
3 years
son
3 years
son
Family with Ann Drum - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: September 15, 1852Parish Of St. Peters, Melbourne
16 months
daughter
4 years
daughter
1 year
daughter
5 years
daughter
5 years
son
2 years
daughter
4 years
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  1. Generation 1
    1. Thomas Haley, son of Samuel Haley and Susannah (ann) White, was born in 1821 in Harrow On The Hill, near Sudbury, Middlesex, England and died on August 11, 1868 in Broken Creek, Benalla, Vic at the age of 47. He married 2 times. The first time he married Jane Ware on December 19, 1842 in St. James, Richmond, Victoria. She was born in 1822 in Fermanagh, Ireland and died on March 1, 1852 in River Plemty, Morang, Victoria, Australia at the age of 30. The second time he married Ann Drum, daughter of James Drum and Ann Hazeldean, on September 15, 1852 in Parish Of St. Peters, Melbourne. She was born about 1835 in Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Ireland and died on July 17, 1900 in Benalla, Vic.

      Children of Thomas Haley and Jane Ware:

      1. Samuel Haley (18441867)
      2. William Haley (18461930)
      3. Thomas (Thos) Haley (18481930)

      Children of Thomas Haley and Ann Drum:

      1. Mary Haley (18531938)
      2. Susannah Haley (18561906)
      3. Annie Haley (18561921)
      4. Elizabeth Haley (18601931)
      5. James Haley (1864)
      6. Lucy Haley (18651896)
      7. Rachel Haley (18681887)
      8. Hamey Haley (18681900)
  2. Generation 2back to top
    1. William Haley, son of Thomas Haley and Jane Ware, was born in 1846 in Richmond, Melbourne, Australia and died on June 8, 1930 in Moree, Nsw at the age of 84. He married Susannah Hoskin on December 29, 1868.

      Children of William Haley and Susannah Hoskin:

      1. William Haley (1869)
      2. Elizabeth Jane Haley (1872)
      3. Maria Catherine Haley (1874)
      4. Mary Ann Haley (1876)
      5. Susannah Evelina Haley (1879)
      6. Jonothan Hosken Haley (1880)
      7. Frances L Haley (1882)
      8. Thomas Hoskin (18841887)
      9. Rachel R Haley (1888)
    2. Thomas (Thos) Haley

      Thomas (Thos) Haley, son of Thomas Haley and Jane Ware, was born in 1848 in Born In Belfast, Victoria (Port Fairy) and died in 1930 in Benalla, Vic at the age of 82. He married Jane Proctor, daughter of Benjamin James Proctor and Ann Roscoe, in 1875 in Yuroke. She was born in 1856 in Yuroke and died on July 18, 1931 at the age of 75.

      Children of Thomas (Thos) Haley and Jane Proctor:

      1. Thomas Haley (18761945)
      2. Samuel James Haley (18781955)
      3. Mary Jane Haley (18801881)
      4. William John Haley (18811955)
      5. Ann Jane Haley (18831972)
      6. Isabella Haley (18851967)
      7. Benjamin Haley (18871967)
      8. John Haley (1888)
      9. Robert James Haley (18901971)
      10. James Robert Haley (18901952)
      11. Francis Haley (18921960)
      12. Susannah Haley (18941972)
      13. Florence May Haley (18971906)
      14. Harold Haley (18981962)
      15. Edward Charles Haley (19001924)
    3. Mary Haley, daughter of Thomas Haley and Ann Drum, was born in 1853 in Melbourne, Australia and died on March 7, 1938 in Hamilton, Nsw at the age of 85. She married Thomas Woods in 1871. He was born in Ireland.

      Children of Mary Haley and Thomas Woods:

      1. David Woods (1872)
      2. Anne Woods (1874)
    4. Susannah Haley, daughter of Thomas Haley and Ann Drum, was born in 1856 in Plenty River, Morang, Vic and died in 1906 in Tungamah, Vic at the age of 50. She married Thomas Reynolds, son of Stephen Reynolds and Ann Carmodes, in 1879. He was born about 1844 and died in 1903.

      Children of Susannah Haley and Thomas Reynolds:

      1. Stephen Reynolds (18801881)
      2. John Reynolds (18811914)
      3. James Reynolds (1882)
      4. Thomas Reynolds (18851892)
      5. Mary Reynolds (18871897)
      6. Patrick Reynolds (18881889)
      7. Laurence Reynolds (1889)
      8. Susan Elizabeth Reynolds (1891)
      9. Ann Reynolds (1893)
      10. Stephen Reynolds (18951906)
    5. Annie Haley, daughter of Thomas Haley and Ann Drum, was born in 1856 in Morang, Vic and died in 1921 in Fitzroy, Melbourne, Australia at the age of 65. She married William Irving in 1878 in Plenty River, Morand, Vic.

      Children of Annie Haley and William Irving:

      1. William Irving (1879)
      2. James Jamieson Irving (1880)
      3. Annie May Irving (18801883)
      4. Henrietta Irving (18841920)
      5. Robert Francis Irving (18871905)
      6. Herbert Leslie Irving (18891889)
      7. Donald David Irving (18901941)
      8. Irene Florence Irving (18931960)
      9. Edward George Irving (1901)
    6. Elizabeth Haley, daughter of Thomas Haley and Ann Drum, was born in 1860 in Plenty River, Morang, Vic and died in 1931 at the age of 71. She married 2 times. The first time she married Arthur Bromley Smith on May 16, 1878 in Benalla. The second time she married Wiliam Hughes.

      Children of Elizabeth Haley and Arthur Bromley Smith:

      1. George Henry Smith (18791880)
      2. Olivia Maria Smith (1881)
      3. Arthur Harry Smith (1883)
      4. Lilian Smith (1886)
      5. Valerie Smith (18931977)

      Children of Elizabeth Haley and Wiliam Hughes:

      1. Rowland Hughes (18951982)
      2. John Haley Hughes (19001979)
      3. Raymond Claudius Hughes (1903)
    7. Lucy Haley, daughter of Thomas Haley and Ann Drum, was born in 1865 in Devenish and died in 1896 in Benalla, Vic at the age of 31. She married Charles Clover, son of James Clover and Bridget Ellen Barfoot Hockey, on September 21, 1884. He was born in Seymour, Victoria and died on September 26, 1932 in Tocumwal, Nsw.

      Children of Lucy Haley and Charles Clover:

      1. Lucy Clover (18851953)
      2. Charles Henry James Clover (18881888)
      3. Herbert James Clover (18891942)
      4. Ethel May Clover (18921922)
      5. Hector Albert Clover (18941915)
  3. Generation 3back to top
    1. Elizabeth Jane Haley, daughter of William Haley and Susannah Hoskin, was born in 1872 in Benalla. She married Isaac C. Mahaffey in 1892 in Moree.

    2. Thomas Haley

      Thomas Haley, son of Thomas (Thos) Haley and Jane Proctor, was born in 1876 in Benalla and died in 1945 in Berwick at the age of 69. He married Esther Hooper, daughter of John Hooper and Emma Dowell.

      Children of Thomas Haley and Esther Hooper:

      1. Private
      2. Frederick Robert Haley (1908)
    3. Samuel James Haley, son of Thomas (Thos) Haley and Jane Proctor, was born in 1878 in Benalla, Victoria and died on May 23, 1955 in Wangaratta, Nsw at the age of 77. He married Ella Ermine Trewin, daughter of John Trewin and Caroline Cooper.

      Children of Samuel James Haley and Ella Ermine Trewin:

      1. Dorothy Evelyn Haley (1925)
      2. Florence Caroline (Masie) Haley (19081982)
      3. Royston Haley (19101988)
      4. Lucy Maude Haley (19121982)
      5. George Hartley Trewin Haley (19131964)
      6. Gladys Haley (19131973)
      7. Robert Thomas Kitchener Haley (19151989)
      8. Private
      9. Victor Pearce Haley (19181970)
      10. Private
      11. Private
    4. Ann Jane Haley

      Ann Jane Haley, daughter of Thomas (Thos) Haley and Jane Proctor, was born in 1883 in Devenish and died in 1972 in Caulfield at the age of 89. She married William Alexander Kennedy, son of Unknown Kennedy.

      Ann Jane Haley and William Alexander Kennedy had 3 children.

    5. Isabella Haley, daughter of Thomas (Thos) Haley and Jane Proctor, was born in 1885 in Devenish and died in 1967 in Yarrawonga at the age of 82.

    6. Benjamin Haley

      Benjamin Haley, son of Thomas (Thos) Haley and Jane Proctor, was born in 1887 in Goorambat; Vic and died on September 17, 1967 in District Hospital, Tocumwal;Nsw at the age of 80. He married Lena Elizabeth Cotter, daughter of James Henry Cotter and Catherine Ann Byrne, in 1925 in Vic. She was born on April 23, 1901 in Glenrowan;Vic and died on August 21, 1969 in District Hospital, Tocumwal;Nsw at the age of 68.

      Children of Benjamin Haley and Lena Elizabeth Cotter:

      1. Patricia Haley (1925)
      2. Ronald Benjamin Haley (19272018)
      3. Edward Thomas Haley (19311987)
    7. Robert James Haley, son of Thomas (Thos) Haley and Jane Proctor, was born in 1890 in Devenish and died about 1971. He married Annie Kennedy, daughter of Unknown Kennedy.

      Robert James Haley and Annie Kennedy had 3 children.

    8. James Robert Haley, son of Thomas (Thos) Haley and Jane Proctor, was born about 1890 and died on September 16, 1952. He married Henrietta Vicary.

      Children of James Robert Haley and Henrietta Vicary:

      1. Private
      2. Esma Haley (1913)
      3. Private
      4. Leslie James Haley (1912)
      5. Private
      6. Private
    9. Francis Haley, daughter of Thomas (Thos) Haley and Jane Proctor, was born in 1892 in Devenish and died in 1960 in Melbourne at the age of 68.

      Children of Francis Haley:

      1. Private
      2. Private
      3. Leo Francis Doherty (19191973)
    10. Susannah Haley

      Susannah Haley, daughter of Thomas (Thos) Haley and Jane Proctor, was born in 1894 in Devenish and died in 1972 in Brighton at the age of 78.

    11. Harold Haley, son of Thomas (Thos) Haley and Jane Proctor, was born in 1898 in Devenish and died in 1962 in Benalla;Vic at the age of 64. He married Catherine Cotter, daughter of James Henry Cotter and Catherine Ann Byrne.

      Children of Harold Haley and Catherine Cotter:

      1. Private
      2. Keith Harold Haley (19231943)
      3. Private
    12. Laurence Reynolds, son of Thomas Reynolds and Susannah Haley, was born in 1889.

    13. James Jamieson Irving, son of William Irving and Annie Haley, was born in 1880 in Benalla.

      James Jamieson Irving had 2 children.

    14. Donald David Irving, son of William Irving and Annie Haley, was born in 1890 in Benalla and died in February 1941 in Albert Park, Vic, Aus at the age of 51.

      Donald David Irving had 2 children.

    15. Olivia Maria Smith, daughter of Arthur Bromley Smith and Elizabeth Haley, was born in 1881 in Benalla. She married William Del La Rue, son of William Del La Rue and Louisa Augusta Borchers, in 1902. He was born in 1872 in Eldorado.

    16. Valerie Smith, daughter of Arthur Bromley Smith and Elizabeth Haley, was born in 1893 in Wahgunyah and died in 1977 in Benalla at the age of 84.

    17. Rowland Hughes, son of Wiliam Hughes and Elizabeth Haley, was born in 1895 in Wangaratta and died in 1982 in Bendigo at the age of 87. He married Dorothea Turner, daughter of George Turner and Dorothea Carter, in 1933. She was born about 1913 and died in 1977 in Geelong.

    18. John Haley Hughes, son of Wiliam Hughes and Elizabeth Haley, was born in 1900 and died in 1979 at the age of 79.

    19. Raymond Claudius Hughes, son of Wiliam Hughes and Elizabeth Haley, was born in 1903 in Wangaratta. He married Gladys Muriel Ivey. She was born about 1893 and died in 1956.

    20. Lucy Clover, daughter of Charles Clover and Lucy Haley, was born on April 30, 1885 in Benalla and died on December 4, 1953 at the age of 68. She married John Thomas Reynolds on April 24, 1904.

      Children of Lucy Clover and John Thomas Reynolds:

      1. Mary Reynolds (1904)
      2. Ellen Reynolds (1906)
      3. Eileen Mary Reynolds (1909)
      4. Rachael Elizabeth Reynolds (1911)
    21. Ethel May Clover, daughter of Charles Clover and Lucy Haley, was born on February 29, 1892 in Black Range, Vic and died on August 20, 1922 in Levin, Nz at the age of 30. She married Alfred James Mark, son of William Mark and Jane Elizabeth Bateman.

      Children of Ethel May Clover and Alfred James Mark:

      1. Rupert Alfred Mark (19141987)
      2. Private
Emigration

HALEY THOMAS 21 FEB 1842 THETIS 2/3 65

Marriage

Reg # 4666 Fiche 940

Marriage

Married by the Rev. T. Hart Davies

Shared note

Thomas was a farmer and grazier in the Benalla, vic., area. They knew the (Ned) Kelly family.

Boarded the Thetis at Cork on 17 or 21 Feb, 1842 for Port Phillip Bay, Australia as an assisted Passenger. Jane Ware, his future Wife, was also aboard.

He could not read or write.

Thomas was born in 1821, at "Harrow on the Hill". Apparently the family resided in Sudbury, an adjoining village.

HARROW ON THE HILL, (or Harrow), a parish in the hundred of Gore, county Middlesex, 11 miles N.W. of St. Paul's. It is a station on the Watford section of the London and North-Western railway, and is situated near the Paddington canal. The parish, which is well wooded, contains the hamlets of Greenhill, Roxeth, and Kenton, within the ecclesiastical limits, besides which Sudbury, Wembley, and Harrow-Weald form part of the parish for civil purposes. From its high position, being 200 feet above the sea, it was selected by the Romans as an important military station. By the Saxons it was called Herpes and Hereways, and was purchased in 822 by Wilfred, Archbishop of Canterbury, who left it in his will to his relative Walbedus. During the reign of Edward the Confessor it was held by Earl Lewin at a rent of £60 per annum. The ancient manor house was formerly the residence of the archbishops of Canterbury, and it was here that Thomas-a-Becket resided during his banishment from court. There are no remains of the manor house traceable. Cardinal Wolsey, who was once Rector of Harrow, resided at Pinner, and is said to have entertained Henry VIII. during his visit to Harrow. The manor was exchanged by Archbishop Cranmer with the king for other lands, and was subsequently given to Sir Edmund Dudley, afterwards Lord North, from whose family it passed to the Pitts and Rushouts. The town, which is situated on a hill, is well built and lighted with gas, and now abundantly supplied with water by a company formed in 1851. There are a local board of health, a savings-bank, a literary institute, and a young men's society. Sudbury Grove and The Mount are places here. Harrow has ever been an object of great interest from its varied and beautiful views, extending over thirteen counties, but its chief importance is derived from the renowned Harrow school, founded in the reign of Queen Elizabeth by John Lyon, a yeoman of the parish of Harrow. This institution was commenced on a small scale by the founder, who provided education for a few of the poor children in the parish; but in the fourteenth year of the reign of Queen Elizabeth he obtained a charter for regulating the government of the establishment, and constituting it a corporate body under the title of "The keepers and governors of the school called the Free Grammar School of John Lyon, in the village of Harrow-on-the-Hill, in the county of Middlesex. He appointed six trustees, and the Archbishop of Canterbury was constituted visitor, and invested with power to decide all questions and disputes. The course of education pursued at this school is the same as that adopted at Eton. The founder bequeathed certain lands called the Pineapple Estate, in Marylebone and Paddington, for the maintenance and preservation of the roads and highways leading to the institution. But, owing to the greatly increased value of this estate, bringing in nearly £4,000 per annum, it was considered necessary that a readjustment should take place, and that other means should be found for repairing the highways. In 1810 proceedings were instituted in the Court of Chancery with the object of limiting the operation of the school by reducing the number of non-resident children; but the then Master of the Rolls, Sir William Grant, ruled that the original intentions of the founder were carried out, and there the matter ended. The number of pupils has since greatly increased, and now amounts to 480. The original building, situated near the church, is in the Elizabethan style, built of red brick, with stone dressings and lofty bay windows. It was erected three years after the founder's death. The school buildings and pupils' residence formerly consisted of the master's house and chapel; but the whole of the school-house is now devoted to educational purposes, and the scholars are located in the various under-masters' residences, for whom several commodious houses have been erected in the town. Although many modern erections have been added, the original architectural character of the school has been strictly adhered to. The schoolroom is 50 feet long by 21 wide. In the wainscoting of this room are many rude inscriptions, cut by many generations of Harrovians, which are held in great veneration, and among them may be traced the names of Peel, Byron, Jones, Sheridan, Marquis of Hastings, Lord Normanby, Sir William Peel, and many others who have distinguished themselves in literature, politics, and in naval and military capacities. The school chapel, erected in 1856, stands at the lower end of High-street, as well as the Vaughan Library, finished in 1864. The living is a vicarage* in the diocese of London, value £627. The church, dedicated to St. Mary, is an ancient structure with square embattled tower, containing eight bells, from which rises a lofty spire. It stands on the N. summit of Harrow Hill, and may be seen for many miles round. It contains tombs of Sir Samuel Garth, the poet and physician, the Gerards, Dr. Sumner, and Dr. Drury. There are brasses of the Flambards, &c., bearing date 1770, and in the nave of the church is a tombstone to John Lyon, the founder of Harrow school, with a figure in brass of the deceased, and an inscription recording the objects of his bequest. The register dates from 1558. There are district churches at Harrow-Weald, Roxeth, and Wembley, the livings of which are perpetual curacies The Baptists and Wesleyans have chapels. The parochial charities produce £67 per annum, exclusive of Lyon's estate. There are National schools. The Park, Wembley Park, and Bentley Priory, are the principal residences. The last was purchased by the late Marquis of Abercorn in 1788, and by him sold to J. Kelk, Esq., the present owner. A newspaper is published on the first of each month, entitled the Harrow Gazette. Lord Northwick is lord of the manor. The market has long been discontinued. A fair is held on the first Monday in August.

Note

Thomas was born in 1821. Thomas Haley ... [1]

Thomas Haley, age 21, labourer, Protestant, neither reads or writes, native place was Middlesex. Jane Ware, age 20, house servant, Protestant, reads, native place was Fermanagh. Both arrived at Port Phillip on "Thetis" 17 Feb 1842.

Thomas Haley and Jane Ware were married on 19 December 1842 at Richmond, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

They had three sons, Samuel, William (Bill), and Thomas Haley, before Jane died in March 1852.

Thomas Haley married Ann Drum in September 1852 and they had at least seven children (possibly eight).

The informant for Thomas' death was a friend, John Hoskin, whose daughter, Susannah, married Thomas Haley's son, William, in December 1868