William Loneragan, 1882

Name
William /Loneragan/
Given names
William
Surname
Loneragan
Birth 1882 39

Birth of a sisterTeresa B Loneragan
1886 (aged 4 years)

Death of a motherMargaret Hart
1897 (aged 15 years)

Death of a fatherThomas Loneragan
October 6, 1913 (aged 31 years) Age: 77

Note: CULLEN BULLEN.

CULLEN BULLEN. DEATH OF A SIXTY YEARS RESIDENT. (From our own Correspondent.) It is with deep regret that I chronicle the death of an old and highly respected resident in the person of Mr. Thomas Loneragan, after a short illness of only a week's duration, he succumbed to heart trouble on Monday morning. The funeral took place on Tuesday, when a large number of relatives and friends paid, their last respects to a good friend and a kind neighbor. The interment took place at Wallerawang cemetery, and Rev. Father O'Brien officiated at the graveside. Deceased, who attained the age of seventy-eight, had been a resident of the district for over sixty years. He was loved by old and young, for his kindly and generous nature. He is survived by three sons and four daughters for whom the deepest sympathy is expressed. October 9. Lithgow Mercury, Monday 13 October 1913, p. 3. Thomas Loneragan Obituary

Note: Mr. Thomas Loneragan.

Mr. Thomas Loneragan. On Monday, October 6, there passed away at his residence, Cullen Bullen, Mr. Thomas Loneragan, aged 77 years. Deceased was a very old resident of the district, beloved by all who knew him, his genial kindliness and strong personality making him the friend of both young and old. His life was an example to all. He was a staunch and fervent Catholic, and as he lived so he died, a peaceful and holy death, fortified by the rites of the Church, and surrounded by the members of his family. During his illness, deceased was attended by the Rev. Fathers O'Brien and Loneragan (nephew), visited by the Sisters of St. Joseph, Portland, and nursed by Sister M. Alacoque, of the Little Company of Mary, Lewisham. A Solemn Requiem Mass was celebrated on Tuesday morning by the Rev. Father O'Brien in the room where for so many years deceased served the Holy Sacrifice. The funeral took place at Wallerawang:, and was largely attended by relatives and friends from Sydney, Mudgee, Portland, and the surrounding districts. Three sons and four daughters are left to mourn the sad loss of a dear and devoted father, one daughter being Sister M. Irenseus, of the Good Samaritan Convent, Charters Towers.- R.I.P. Catholic Press, Thursday 16 October 1913, p. 31. Thomas Loneragan Obituary

Note: Mr. Thomas Loneragan, Cullen Bullen.

Mr. Thomas Loneragan, Cullen Bullen. On Monday, the 6th ult., there died at his residence, Cullen Bullen, Mr. Thomas Loneragan, an old and respected resident, aged 77 years. His life was an example to all - a staunch and fervent Catholic; and as he lived, so he died, a holy death, fortified by all the rites of the Holy Church and surrounded by the members of his family. During his illness, deceased was attended by the Rev. Fathers O'Brien and Loneragan (nephew), visited by the Sisters of St. Joseph (Portland), and nursed by Sister M. Alacoque, of the Little Company of Mary, Lewisham. Requiem Mass was celebrated on Tuesday morning by the Rev. Father O'Brien, in the room where for so many years, deceased served the Holy Sacrifice. The funeral took place at Wallerawang, and was largely attended by relatives and friends from Sydney, Mudgee, Portland, and the surrounding districts. Three sons and four daughters are left to mourn their sad loss, one daughter being Sister M. Irenseus, of the Good Samaritan Convent, Charters Towers.- R.I.P. Freeman's Journal, Thursday 23 October 1913, p. 19. Thomas Loneragan Obituary