↑ Source: #S10499 Page: Electoral Role, State of Victoria, Division of Grampians Data: Text: Known to be living in Landsborough, Victoria and occupation given as Home Duties.
↑ Source: #S10509 Page: State of Victoria, Division of Grampians Data: Text: Known to be living in Landsborough. Occupation given as home duties.
↑ Source: #S07784 Page: Index of Unassisted Inward Passenger List to Victoria 1852-1923. Fiche 2 page 002 Data: Text: Departed Liverpool, England, 30 October 1857 aboard the "Anglo Saxon" and arrived in Victoria February 1858 with her mother and later to be aunt by marriage, Catherine O'Brien. Note - Theresa O'Connor's first name is abbreviated and on first glance the name appears to be a shorten version of the male name Thomas so when the document index list has been created, the name has actually been recorded as Thomas O'Connor not Theresa O'Connor.
↑ Source: #S21339 Data: Text: Name is recorded as Mary Ann O'Connor
↑ Source: #S21339 Page: Baptismal record, Diocese of Kerry, Parish of Firies R.C. Book No. Not Recorded, Page Not recorded, Entry No. 7 Data: Text: Date of birth given as 15 August 1849 rather than 1850 and birth name recorded as Mary Ann rather than just Mary. Mary's address given as Firies. Parents listed as John O'Connor and Teresa(sic) Falvey. Baptisimal sponsors given as John Buckley and Mary Llyod(sic).
↑ Source: #S01739 Page: Marriage certificate no. 2846/1873
↑ Source: #S21339 Page: Marriage record, Diocese of Kerry, Parish of Killarney R.C. Book No. 8 Page 45, Entry No. 10 Data: Text: Date of marriage recorded as 4 February 1845 Witnesses given as John Falvey and Charles McCarthy and the priest recorded as Rev. T. J. O'Sullivan.
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Mary by comparing test results with other
carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Mary: