Author Topic: I am looking for info on Patrick Heffernan transported to Australia 1835  (Read 540 times)

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Re: I am looking for info on Patrick Heffernan transported to Australia 1835
« Reply #9 on: Tuesday 05 September 17 08:53 BST (UK) »
Oh sorry I have just reread the message- I do not know how to pm
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Re: I am looking for info on Patrick Heffernan transported to Australia 1835
« Reply #10 on: Tuesday 05 September 17 09:03 BST (UK) »
All good i got your PM and have emailed the articles to you.

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Re: I am looking for info on Patrick Heffernan transported to Australia 1835
« Reply #11 on: Tuesday 05 September 17 09:03 BST (UK) »
Murder of Constable Feely and Arrest of his Murderers
We regret to say that Constable Feely, who, as we stated in our last, had been brutally and inhumanly beaten by a ferocious and reckless mob, opposite the Petit Sessions House of Ballinonty, on last week, has since died from the effects of the wounds he received on that day.  This ill-fated man bore a most respectable character, and was ever found most punctual in the discharge of his several duties.  He was a married man, and has left a wife in an advanced state of pregnancy, and four children totally unprovided for, to deplore his loss.  An Inquest has been held on his body by Mr Cormack, Coroner, and a verdict of ‘Wilful murder” returned against Denis Carew, and four men named Corcoran, Delay, Cantwel and Stapleten, all of whom have been arrested and transmitted under a warrant from Fergus Langley and John Lane Esqrs., to our county gaol to abide the result of their trial at our next Assizes.
Clonmell Advertiser 
The Morning Post 28 August 1834

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A dreadful riot took place at Ballynanty, county Tipperary, while the magistrates were engaged at the Petit Sessions.  Constables Barber and Feely received a warrant for the apprehension of a rioter:  this they endeavoured to effect on last Friday, but they were so assailed with stones that they had to fly into the Court house for their lives, and constable Feely, who has a wife and large family, received so violent a blow of a stone that he died on Wednesday last.  This outrage occurred while these two policemen were taking one of the rioters into the Court-house : but they were obliged to let the prisoner escape.  The magistrates assembled, F Langley, M Jacob and J Lane Esqrs, immediately went out, accompanied by four policemen, the only force in that disturbed district, and with great difficulty, after reading the Riot Act, succeeded in driving off the mob, and securing the most daring of the rioters, a man of the name Carew, and the person who struck constable Feely with the stone.  The mob broke the windows of the Courthouse.  One of the persons concerned in the barbarous murder of Feely expressed his regret that he had not had the satisfaction of murdering two efficient magistrates, Dr Fitzgerald and Captain Jacob.
Limerick Chronicle. 

The Standard 28 August 1834.   


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Re: I am looking for info on Patrick Heffernan transported to Australia 1835
« Reply #12 on: Tuesday 05 September 17 09:10 BST (UK) »
tlon needs to make another post before they can PM, giblet.

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Re: I am looking for info on Patrick Heffernan transported to Australia 1835
« Reply #13 on: Tuesday 05 September 17 09:15 BST (UK) »
Thank you Giblet - I received the emails - I will find a way to enlarge them to view - much appreciated

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Re: I am looking for info on Patrick Heffernan transported to Australia 1835
« Reply #14 on: Tuesday 05 September 17 09:17 BST (UK) »
Hi MAJM
This article does not mention Patrick Heffernan and James Heffernan my relatives - were they part of the same event?

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Re: I am looking for info on Patrick Heffernan transported to Australia 1835
« Reply #15 on: Tuesday 05 September 17 09:28 BST (UK) »
Hi MAJM
This article does not mention Patrick Heffernan and James Heffernan my relatives - were they part of the same event?


Unless there's two constables named Feely in Tipperary who were killed in 1834 by a mob of men including Denis Carew/Carey  :) 

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Re: I am looking for info on Patrick Heffernan transported to Australia 1835
« Reply #16 on: Tuesday 05 September 17 09:36 BST (UK) »
Thank you MAJM
I can see that they are part of the same event - Giblet sent me the newspaper details of the trial
Thanks so much

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Re: I am looking for info on Patrick Heffernan transported to Australia 1835
« Reply #17 on: Tuesday 05 September 17 11:55 BST (UK) »
Hi,

The Gazette Notices for Patrick's Ticket of Leave and Conditional Pardon were as follows.

Ticket of Leave

New South Wales Government Gazette No 98, Friday November 17 1843, page 1515.
COUNTY OF MURRAY
Yass

Heffernan Patrick, Backwell.

Conditional Pardon

New South Wales Government Gazette No 137, Tuesday December 5 1848 page 1766.
1 November 1848
Pardons available everywhere except in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.

Heffernan Patrick, Backwell.

Gerry