• Born 26 May 1850 - Barigan NSW ( Wollar}
  • Deceased 13 October 1941 - C Mudgee cemetery,aged 91 years old
  • Label Writer On Glass

 Parents

 Spouses and children

 Siblings

 Half-siblings

On the side of Bridget Reilly 1821-1893

 Notes

Individual Note

[Combined Vairy Davies Dillon 5 Master all.FTW] [Master Family Tree File 8th Nov 2002.FTW] [Lynch Family Tree.FTW] WILLIAM. --------------------- WILLIAM LYNCH , Bridget and James fourth child was born at Barigan (Wollar) on 26th. May 1850 and was baptised at Sofala on 20th April 1852. He married Mary LENNOX at R.C. Church on Ist. January 1870 Mudgee. Witnesses were Elizabeth Lennox and James Lynch. William and Mary had nine known Children:- Anne, born at Botobolar on 10th May 1870. She was baptised at R.C. Church Mudgee on 21/7/1870. She married Matthew Lynch ( Francis Thomas Hughes Watson at mudgee R.C.Church on 10/5/1893. Matthew Died in Orange in 1932 and is buried in the R.C. section of orange Cemetary. ANNE died in Sydney on 17th March 1946 and is buried at Botany cemetary. Anastasia married William F. Mahon. Christopher John (B1894) married Hilda Donaghue. Thomas Lynch married Agnes Sheehan, had one child. Bridget married Harry Potter. Ellen married Arthur Dunn ... had one child. Agnes (21 0/1894) ..never married. William and Mary moved toMudgee, where Mary died 6th. Oct. 1926 while William died 13th October 1941. Both are buried in Mudgee Catholic cemetery, William's Mother Bridget Reid nee Lynch is buried beside him and Mary. His brothers James and Christopher are also buried nearby 16/10/1941 (Thurs) WILLIAM LYNCH The death occurred at his residence in Lewis St. on Monday night of William Lynch at the age of 94* years. Thedeceased was well known in Mudgee where he has lived practically all his life. To the large grownup family who are left to mourn our sympathy is tended. The funeral took place Wednesday at the RICportion of the Mudgee cemetery. Rev. Mons. Flanagan officiated at church and grave side at funeral, which was largely attended. Members of Council staff of who his son Mr. C. Lynch is a member, marched in cortege. Arrangements by J C Swords, funeral director. After selling his property at botobolar, some 200 acres in 1903, I understand that Bill as he was known to one and all took up residence in Mudgee with his wife Mary and youngest daughter Agnes who was disabled, and continued droving full time. He was generally regarded as the top drover of his time and and was able to make a comfortable living. His daughter Ann lived with him for some time, presumably after her and her husband Mathew parted company. Bill's Grandson Kevin Gaffney who I spoke to recently told me that Bill was a great horseman throughout his life and that he was still riding right up to the end of his life. My father Sam often spoke about his Grandfather with great affection. He described him as a strong no nonsense type of bloke who never smoked or drank and who would not miss his evening chat with the men of his generation, down near what is now known as the clock tower. Kevin Gaffney told me thatBill's daily habit rarely changed, He would come home from the days assignment, have his bath and his tea put on a suit and then walk down town to meet his friend and sit on the steps of the pub which was then on the corner of Church and Market St. where at the time of writing is a tyre retail outlet. Kevin told me that the pub was demolished to make way for a Boarding house and the owners wanted to move the old blokes from their meeting place. evidently the Mudgee Council decided to build a set of seats on the corner opposite the boarding house so as to allow the men to continue their traditional evening chat. *William was 91 at the time of his death, and not 94 as has been previously stated, (D.L.) [Master Family Tree File 8th Nov 2002.FTW] [Lynch Family Tree.FTW] WILLIAM. --------------------- WILLIAM LYNCH , Bridget and James fourth child was born at Barigan (Wollar) on 26th. May 1850 and was baptised at Sofala on 20th April 1852. He married Mary LENNOX at R.C. Church on Ist. January 1870 Mudgee. Witnesses were Elizabeth Lennox and James Lynch. Williamand Mary had nine known Children:- Anne, born at Botobolar on 10th May 1870. She was baptised at R.C. Church Mudgee on 21/7/1870. She married Matthew Lynch ( Francis Thomas Hughes Watson at mudgeeR.C.Church on 10/5/1893. Matthew Died in Orange in 1932 and is buried in the R.C. section of orange Cemetary. ANNE died in Sydney on 17th March 1946 and is buried at Botany cemetary. Anastasia married William F. Mahon. Christopher John (B1894) married Hilda Donaghue. Thomas Lynch married Agnes Sheehan, had one child. Bridget married Harry Potter. Ellen married Arthur Dunn ... had one child. Agnes (21 0/1894) ..never married. William and Mary moved to Mudgee, where Mary died 6th. Oct. 1926 while William died 13th October 1941. Both are buried in Mudgee Catholic cemetery, William's Mother Bridget Reid nee Lynch is buried beside him and Mary. His brothers James and Christopher are also buried nearby 16/10/1941 (Thurs) WILLIAM LYNCH The death occurred at his residence in LewisSt. on Monday night of William Lynch at the age of 94* years. The deceased was well known in Mudgee where he has lived practically all his life. To the large grownup family who are left to mourn our sympathy is tended. The funeral took place Wednesday at the RIC portion of the Mudgee cemetery. Rev. Mons. Flanagan officiated at church and grave side at funeral, which was largely attended. Members of Council staff of who his son Mr. C. Lynch is a member, marched in cortege. Arrangements by J C Swords, funeral director. After selling his property at botobolar, some 200 acres in 1903, Iunderstand that Bill as he was known to one and all took up residence in Mudgee with his wife Mary and youngest daughter Agnes who was disabled, and continued droving full time. He was generally regarded as the top drover of his time and and was able to make a comfortable living. His daughter Ann lived with him for some time, presumably after her and her husband Mathew parted company. Bill'sGrandson Kevin Gaffney who I spoke to recently told me that Bill was a great horseman throughout his life and that he was still riding right up to the end of his life. My father Sam often spoke abouthis Grandfather with great affection. He described him as a strong no nonsense type of bloke who never smoked or drank and who would not miss his evening chat with the men of his generation, down near what is now known as the clock tower. Kevin Gaffney told me that Bill's daily habit rarely changed, He would come home from the days assignment, have his bath and his tea put on a suit and then walk down town to meet his friend and sit on the steps of the pub which was then on the corner of Church and Market St. where at the time of writing is a tyre retail outlet. Kevin told me that the pub was demolished to make way for a Boarding house and the owners wanted to move the old blokes from their meeting place. evidently the Mudgee Council decided to build a set of seats on the corner opposite the boarding house so as to allow the men to continue their traditional evening chat. *William was 91 at the time of his death, and not 94 as has been previously stated, (D.L.)

Death

Mudgee interred R

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Marriage with Mary Lennox

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 Sources

  • Individual: 1880 United States Federal Census - MyHeritage
    The 1880 census contains records of families living in the United States and its territories during the latter half of the Great Westward Migration. Thirty-eight states were included in the 1880 census, plus the territories of: Arizona, Dakota, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. Non-organized Alaska was also enumerated, but the "Indian Territory" (now Oklahoma) was not enumerated for non-Indians.

    Federal census takers were asked to record information about every person who was in each household on the census day. A census taker might have visited a house on a later date, but the information he collected was supposed to be about the people who were in the house on the census day. The basic census enumeration unit was the county. Each county was divided into enumeration districts, one for each enumerator. The completed forms were sent to the Commerce Department's Census Office in Washington, D.C.

    Federal censuses are usually reliable, depending on the knowledge of the informant and the care of the census enumerator. Information may have been given to a census taker by any member of the family or by a neighbor. Some information may have been incorrect or deliberately falsified. - 10129 - Collection - https://www.myheritage.com/research/record-10129-90093226/william-j-lynch-in-1880-united-states-federal-census - https://www.myheritage.com/research/record-10129-90093226/william-j-lynch-in-1880-united-states-federal-census - 29 APR 2019 - William J. Lynch
    Gender: Male
    Birth: Circa 1851 - Ireland
    Residence: 1880 - Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA
    Age: 29
    Marital status: Married
    Occupation: Label Writer On Glass
    Race: White
    Ethnicity: American
    New dwelling: X
    Father's birth place: Ireland
    Mother's birth place: Ireland
    Wife: Mary L. Lynch
    Children: William Lynch, John Lynch, Florance Lynch, Mary Lynch
    Census:
    Township:BostonEnum. District:East BostonLine:5
    County:SuffolkSeries:T9Image:668
    State:MassachusettsRoll:1254552
    Date:1880Sheet:332-B
    See household members
    Household
    Relation to head; Name; Age; Suggested alternatives
    Head; William J. Lynch; 29;
    Wife; Mary L. Lynch; 27;
    Son; William Lynch; 7;
    Son; John Lynch; 5;
    Daughter; Mary Lynch; 3;
    Daughter; Florance Lynch; ;
  • Birth, Spouse, death:
    - Lynch Family Tree.FTW - Source Medium: Other
    - Master Family Tree File 8th Nov 2002.FTW - Source Medium: Other
    - Combined Vairy Davies Dillon 5 Master all.FTW - Source Medium: Other

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