Connolly CatherineAbt 1826 - 1906 (~ 80 years)
Name Connolly Catherine Born Abt 1826 ,,Kilkenny, Ireland  Gender Female Immigration Bef 1852 ,,Victoria, Australia Died 21 Feb 1906 ,Carcoar, NSW, Australia [1, 2] Cause: Malignant disease of liver, exhaustion 6 months Buried 22 Feb 1906 Carcoar Cemetery, Carcoar, NSW, Australia 
- Roman Catholic Section. Headstone - cemetery index
Obituary 2 Mar 1906 
- Canowindra Star - Carcoar: Mrs. Molloy, died on Wednesday last, aged 84.
Obituary 3 Mar 1906  Name Catherine Molloy Residence
- About 50 years in Victoria and NSW of which 40 in NSW
- 1 male and 3 females deceased , 2 females and 1 male living 
Person ID I64 Geniaus Family Tree Last Modified 29 May 2016
Family Molloy Michael, b. Between 1813 and 1816, ,,Meath, Ireland , d. 12 Aug 1879, Dairy Park, Mandurama, NSW, Australia (Age ~ 66 years) Married Abt 1852 ,Sydney, NSW, Australia  Children 1. Molloy Sarah, b. 19 Jun 1855, ,,NSW, Australia , d. Bef 1865 (Age < 9 years) 2. Molloy Mary Anne, b. 1856, ,Beechworth, Victoria, Australia , d. 18 Dec 1926, ,Canowindra, NSW, Australia (Age 70 years) 3. Molloy Catherine, b. 17 Nov 1857, ,Sydney, NSW, Australia , d. 11 Mar 1904, ,Belmore (near Canowindra), NSW, Australia (Age 46 years) 4. Molloy Henry, b. 26 Apr 1859, ,Goulburn, NSW, Australia , d. 24 Feb 1899, Dairy Park, Mandurama, NSW, Australia (Age 39 years) 5. Molloy Sarah Rose, b. 1865, ,,NSW, Australia , d. 1931, ,,NSW, Australia (Age 66 years) 6. Molloy Michael Joseph, b. 1 Mar 1869, ,Tea Tree Springs, NSW, Australia , d. 7 Aug 1950, ,,NSW, Australia (Age 81 years) Last Modified 29 May 2016 Family ID F66 Group Sheet | Family Chart
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- [S24] Death Certificate.
- [S52] NSW BDM Indexes, 907/1906 .
MOLLOY CATHERINE CONNOLLY CARCOAR
- [S5] Canowindra Star.
- [S2844] Freeman's Journal, Saturday 3 March 1906, page 19.
MRS MOLLOY (CARCOAR).
Early on Wednesday morning, February 21,
another: of Carcoar's old residents passed
away, in the person of Mrs. Catherine Molloy,
relict of the late Mr. Michael Molloy. The
deceased lady was 80 years of .age, and had
been a resident of the district for over 40
years. She was widely known and highly
respected throughout the entire district, and
her extensive circle of friends and acquaint
ances will deeply regret her decease. For
several months Mrs. Molloy had been suffering
from an internal complaint, being confined
to her bed for some time past, and her death
was not unexpected. The deceased lady
leaves one son (Mr. Michael Molloy, of Gally
mont), and. two daughters (Mrs George
Dighy, of Gallymont, and Mrs. G. Grant,
of Shaw), and a considerable number of
grand-children to mourn her loss. The fune
ral took' place on Thursday afternoon. The
mournful cortege left the church in which
the body, encased in a very handsome cedar
coffin, had lain since early morning) at 3.30
p m. Relatives, friends, and acquaintances
from all parts of the district attended and
followed the remains to their last resting-,
place in the Carcoar cemetery, where the
last sad rites were performed at the graveside by Rev. Father Kelly.— R.I.P.
- [S24] Death Certificate.