Peter McDermott, 18021887 (aged 85 years)

Name
Peter /McDermott/
Given names
Peter
Surname
McDermott
Birth 1802
Note: It is likely that Peter was born in Dublin as he gave his place of abode as Dublin in his convict indent.
Immigration 1825 (aged 23 years)
Note: Peter was tried in Dublin City on 22 Sep 1824 per M. Role for the felony of (stealing?) a handkerchief and was sentenced to seven years transportation. He sailed from CORK, IRELAND on the convict ship Hoogley and arrived at Port Jackson on 22 Apr 1825, following a voyage of 107 days via Rio. Where he was held in the intervening period is not known. He does not appear on the Irish records for Kilmahain Gaol; he may have been held on Speke Island in Cork Harbour, How he travelled to Cork is also not known.
Census 1828 (aged 26 years)

Note: Peter is recorded as part of a 'Cooper Bridge Party - Murphys.' This bridge party constructed the road over the Cookbundoon Ranges towards the Goulburn area. Peter was awarded his ticket of freedom on 27 September 1831.
MarriageAnne CahillView this family
May 11, 1837 (aged 35 years)
MarriageSarah CoxView this family
July 21, 1840 (aged 38 years)
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St Michaels

Death 1887 (aged 85 years)
Burial 1887 (aged 85 years)
Cemetery: Pioneer Cemetery
Family with parents
father
himself
18021887
Birth: 1802Dublin, Ireland?
Death: 1887Wagga Wagga, South West Slopes, New South Wales, Australia
Family with Anne Cahill
himself
18021887
Birth: 1802Dublin, Ireland?
Death: 1887Wagga Wagga, South West Slopes, New South Wales, Australia
wife
Marriage
Marriage: May 11, 1837Parramatta, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
daughter
Family with Sarah Cox
himself
18021887
Birth: 1802Dublin, Ireland?
Death: 1887Wagga Wagga, South West Slopes, New South Wales, Australia
wife
18211907
Birth: 1821Cork, Ireland
Death: April 6, 1907Wagga Wagga, South West Slopes, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage
Marriage: July 21, 1840Kelso, Central Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
10 months
daughter
18411881
Birth: May 5, 1841 39 20Bowenfels, Central Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
Death: January 11, 1881Wagga Wagga, South West Slopes, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
daughter
18431916
Birth: October 4, 1843 41 22Hassans Walls, Central Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
Death: February 26, 1916Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
daughter
18451922
Birth: November 10, 1845 43 24Bowenfels, Central Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
Death: June 14, 1922Wagga Wagga, South West Slopes, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
son
18471923
Birth: November 13, 1847 45 26Bowenfels, Central Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
Death: February 7, 1923Parkes, Central Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
13 months
son
3 years
son
23 months
son
2 years
daughter
18551925
Birth: August 31, 1855 53 34Bowenfels, Central Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
Death: April 11, 1925Redfern, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
son
18571919
Birth: September 5, 1857 55 36Bowenfels, Central Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
Death: April 25, 1919Annandale, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
son
1860
Birth: January 16, 1860 58 39Bowenfels, Central Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
Death: Abbotsford, Victoria, Australia
3 years
daughter
18621948
Birth: August 29, 1862 60 41
Death: January 8, 1948Liverpool, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
4 years
son
Birth

It is likely that Peter was born in Dublin as he gave his place of abode as Dublin in his convict indent.

Immigration

Peter was tried in Dublin City on 22 Sep 1824 per M. Role for the felony of (stealing?) a handkerchief and was sentenced to seven years transportation. He sailed from CORK, IRELAND on the convict ship Hoogley and arrived at Port Jackson on 22 Apr 1825, following a voyage of 107 days via Rio. Where he was held in the intervening period is not known. He does not appear on the Irish records for Kilmahain Gaol; he may have been held on Speke Island in Cork Harbour, How he travelled to Cork is also not known.

Census

Peter is recorded as part of a 'Cooper Bridge Party - Murphys.' This bridge party constructed the road over the Cookbundoon Ranges towards the Goulburn area. Peter was awarded his ticket of freedom on 27 September 1831.