James Murphy, 18601941 (aged 81 years)

Birth July 4, 1860

MarriageAlice Louisa WoodbridgeView this family
1888 (aged 27 years)
Birth of a sonPhillip Rowland Murphy
April 15, 1890 (aged 29 years)
Birth of a daughterMary Caroline Murphy
September 24, 1892 (aged 32 years)
Birth of a daughterEmily Louisa Murphy
January 21, 1895 (aged 34 years)
Death of a daughterMary Caroline Murphy
April 8, 1895 (aged 34 years)
Burial of a daughterMary Caroline Murphy
April 9, 1896 (aged 35 years)
Birth of a sonJames Walter Murphy
September 12, 1896 (aged 36 years)
Birth of a sonArthur John Murphy
February 5, 1899 (aged 38 years)
Death of a sonArthur John Murphy
September 15, 1899 (aged 39 years)
Burial of a sonArthur John Murphy
September 15, 1899 (aged 39 years)
Birth of a sonAlphonsus Joseph Murphy
February 2, 1901 (aged 40 years)
Death of a sonAlphonsus Joseph Murphy
February 28, 1902 (aged 41 years)
Burial of a sonAlphonsus Joseph Murphy
March 1, 1902 (aged 41 years)
Birth of a sonFrancis Thomas Murphy
February 23, 1903 (aged 42 years)
Birth of a daughterAlice Margaret Murphy
June 11, 1907 (aged 46 years)
Birth of a sonRoy Augustine Murphy
April 2, 1913 (aged 52 years)
Death of a sonJames Walter Murphy
July 26, 1938 (aged 78 years)
Death July 23, 1941 (aged 81 years)

Burial July 25, 1941 (2 days after death)
Note: Notes for James MURPHY:

Notes for James MURPHY: General Notes: James was a Railway fettler, joining the NSW Railway Dept and starting work on the Goulburn-Harden line construction job at 14 years of age. He remained in the employ of the Department for 40 years, retiring in 1920. He was a ganger at Young for many years. Roy Murphy said that he remembers many stories that his mother told him. One was about James and Alice’s wedding day. He said she told him that many people came to the wedding from around the area travelling by horse or horse and sulky. Many families coming to the wedding, including the Butts family, met for lunch at James’s parents home between Monteagle and Bendick Murrell, before travelling on to the wedding in the Roman Catholic Church at Murringo. Roy Murphy said that his Father paid 50 pounds for 2 blocks of land in Young, one with a large peppercorn tree in the yard.

Family with Alice Louisa Woodbridge
himself
wife
Marriage
Marriage: 1888Burrowa, New South Wales, Australia
20 years
daughter
19072000
Birth: June 11, 1907 46 39Young, New South Wales, Australia
Death: September 17, 2000Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
-6 years
son
19011902
Birth: February 2, 1901 40 32Murrumburrah, New South Wales, Australia
Death: February 28, 1902Mandurama, New South Wales, Australia
-2 years
son
18991899
Birth: February 5, 1899 38 30Hay, New South Wales, Australia
Death: September 15, 1899Hay, New South Wales, Australia
-4 years
daughter
18951962
Birth: January 21, 1895 34 26Young, New South Wales, Australia
Death: November 11, 1962Raymond Terrace, New South Wales, Australia
8 years
son
19031969
Birth: February 23, 1903 42 35Carcoar, New South Wales, Australia
Death: April 2, 1969Blacktown, New South Wales, Australia
-7 years
son
18961938
Birth: September 12, 1896 36 28Hay, New South Wales, Australia
Death: July 26, 1938Bulli, New South Wales, Australia
-4 years
daughter
18921895
Birth: September 24, 1892 32 24Murrumburrah, New South Wales, Australia
Death: April 8, 1895Young, New South Wales, Australia
-3 years
son
18901958
Birth: April 15, 1890 29 22St Mary's, New South Wales, Australia
Death: January 28, 1958Young, New South Wales, Australia
23 years
son
19132008
Birth: April 2, 1913 52 45Young, New South Wales, Australia
Death: September 21, 2008Raymond Terrace, New South Wales, Australia
Burial

Notes for James MURPHY: General Notes: James was a Railway fettler, joining the NSW Railway Dept and starting work on the Goulburn-Harden line construction job at 14 years of age. He remained in the employ of the Department for 40 years, retiring in 1920. He was a ganger at Young for many years. Roy Murphy said that he remembers many stories that his mother told him. One was about James and Alice’s wedding day. He said she told him that many people came to the wedding from around the area travelling by horse or horse and sulky. Many families coming to the wedding, including the Butts family, met for lunch at James’s parents home between Monteagle and Bendick Murrell, before travelling on to the wedding in the Roman Catholic Church at Murringo. Roy Murphy said that his Father paid 50 pounds for 2 blocks of land in Young, one with a large peppercorn tree in the yard.