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Thomas Delaney

Born:Dec 11 1812 In:
Died:Jan 10 1871 (at age 58)In:
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Immediate family

Lucy Delaney (born Simpson)
His wife
James Delaney
His son
John Delaney
His son
Jane Giblett (born Delaney)
His daughter
William Henry Delaney
His son
Sarah Hughes (born Delaney)
His daughter
Edward Delaney
His son
Clara Delaney
His daughter
Thomas Delaney
His son
Mary Ann Delaney
His daughter
Nicholas Delaney
His son
Andrew George Delaney
His son
Charles Benjamin Delaney
His son
Nicholas Dyer Delaney
His father
Elizabeth Ann (Betsy) Delaney (born Bayley)
His mother
Mary Ann Delaney
His sister
John Delaney
His brother
James Delaney
His brother
William John Delaney
His brother
Nicholas Delaney
His brother
Jane (Margaret J) Pettit (born Delaney)
His sister
Matthew Delaney
His brother
Edward Delaney
His brother
Martha Sherringham (born Delaney)
His sister
Clara Delaney
His sister
Clare Pettit (born Delaney)
His sister
Charles Delaney
His brother
Mathew Delaney
His brother
    

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Born 11 December 1812 Sydney (V18129950 1A/1812)

Married Lucy Simpson January 1834

Died 10 January 1871 (5633/1871 Ryde) Gladesville Hospital Sydney

Buried Sydney

Biography

1841 Census Return

Surname: Delaney First Names: Thomas Return: 316

Residence: South Creek, Parish St Matthew, County Cumberland, District Windsor

Item ID: [X951] Page No: 39 Reel No: 2223

Thomas was the sixth child and fifth son of Nicholas and Elizabeth, born in Sydney on llth December 1812. He was the first Delaney to live at Moyne Farm, though he never owned the block of land on which the farmhouse, arguably the oldest surviving private dwelling west of the Nepean River, was built. Thomas and other Delaneys bought parcels of land to enlarge the farm, but the central block of fifty acres, promised in 1821 and formally granted to John Grant "the Father of Hartley" in 1839 and extended by his purchase of the adjoining 160 acres in 1837, remained in his possession and that of his heirs until 1909.

It was there John Delaney's younger brother Thomas settled with his wife, Lucy Simpson, a "currency lass", the colony-born daughter of two convicts. Both had been convicted of theft and sentenced to (transportation from England to Australia for seven years.
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