Thank you "hallmark", "Sinann", "Maggsie" & "conahy calling" for your suggestions and comments.
Sorry I did not mention the actual names for my ancestors. I am probably being paranoid but I have someone who seems to just follow my every move copying my results.
I am not a paid member of Find My Past but took advantage of a recent free session for Irish records. I then followed a link to the Catholic registers at http://registers.nli.ie//registers
. It was here that I confirmed the marriage of my gg grandparents & baptisms of two of their children.
"hallmark" has the correct marriage and "conahy calling" has the second baptism which includes the word maybe Cleat or is it Scart as suggested by "Sinann". The second baptism is at http://registers.nli.ie/registers/vtls000635322#page/129/mode/1up
. The baptism is potentially of my great grandmother on 23rd September 1845.
Thanks "Sinann" for clarifying the word "witnesses". I thought it odd it was on each of the lines who I thought were the witnesses. I can see the word now that you have described the composition of it with the old double 's'.
I am yet to find the last child who should have been born either in 1853 or 1854. Her name is Catherine and is listed on the shipping record in the category "1 & under" and born Kilkenny. The ship arrived in Australia in September 1854 after leaving Portsmouth England 3rd June 1854.
I have not found her in the Gowran Catholic baptisms but consider that she may have been born & baptised in another area whilst the family travelled to catch a boat to England. Do you think that they would have caught a boat at Dublin?
If I can find Catherine then I think I have the correct family.
Best wishes from a very wet Australia,