The gravestone of Philip Hogan, c1766 - 1829.

Philip Hogan

(circa 1766 - 1829)

Personal details

Birth

     Philip was born circa 1766 in IrelandG.1,2

Death

     He was buried in May 1829 in Parramatta, AustraliaG.1,2 He died on 22 May 1829.1

Family life

Marriage

     He married Mary McMahon on 26 March 1810 in Parramatta, AustraliaG.1,3

Children of Philip Hogan and Mary McMahon

Life event details

Migration

  • He immigrated aboard SS "Friendship" in 1800.1

Census, occupation and residence information

  • He obtained land called "Claremont" before 1822 in Cosgroves Creek, AustraliaG. This is near South Creek.3
  • He was granted 50 acres circa 1822 in Medway Creek, AustraliaG. The land was between the present-day villages of Sutton Forest and Berrima. His son, Michael, had the adjacent 60 acres.3
  • The executors of Philip Hogan sold 90 acres in 1834 in Medway Creek, AustraliaG. The family retained the 50 acres in the same locality that he had been granted in 1822.3

Remaining events

  • He was granted a Conditional Pardon on 21 July 1811.3

Resources

Citations

  1. [S211] Research Report, Hogan-McMahon Descendants Chart, unknown author, Fleming Family History Archive held by Jim Fleming.
  2. [S212] Research Report, Hanrahan-Hogan Descendants Chart, unknown author, Fleming Family History Archive held by Jim Fleming.
  3. [S213] GM Cashman, Avoca, The Faith of the Pioneers, The Centenary Committee of the Church of St Vincent de Paul, Black Springs, 1988.

Charts

Family forebears chart