Mark Quealy
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Mark Quealy

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Mr Mark M. Quealy
Born 1950s.
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Brother of [private sister (1950s - unknown)], [private sister (1950s - unknown)], [private sister (1950s - unknown)], [private brother (1960s - unknown)], [private sister (1960s - unknown)] and [private brother (1960s - unknown)]
Father of [private son (1990s - unknown)] and
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Biography

Baptismal sponsors Patrick & Anne Lynch 10/8/1957, Quirindi, left Quirindi aged 3 for Katoomba, Warragamba Dam, St Mary’s, Penrith, Mt Riverview, Alice Springs, Perth, travelled for 18 months, Perth, Mt Riverview, Travelled for 2.5 years, Newtown, met Pauline, Bondi, married travelled for 17 months, Bondi, Enmore, Kingsford, Warner’s Bay, Botany

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  • First-hand information. Entered by Walter Mark Quealy at Registration

Drivers licence passport birth marriage records held by me

Living in Sydney Australia


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Hi Mark,

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posted by Stuart Awbrey
Thanks Stuart, I’m still regularly making minor improvements to John GRONO’s (Ex Newport & Milford Haven) many descendants here in Australia where he migrated to in 1790’s. Maybe 1 day someone from this project will surprise me with some new information on his pre colonial family. My grandmother (his GG granddaughter) was Josephine GRONO. I’m slowly improving my genealogy skills when time permits but have a long way to go. I’m happy to help out with my Australian knowledge if I can be of use to others in this project
posted by Mark Quealy
Thanks for responding and for your support of the Wales Project.
posted by Stuart Awbrey
Hi Mark,

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posted by Stuart Awbrey
Hi Mark,

Congratulations on certifying to work on pre-1700 profiles! It’s very important to read and understand the Pre-1700 Profiles page. These profiles for deep ancestors are shared by many, and collaborating on them works best if we all follow the guidelines in the certification quiz.

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posted by Rosalie (Martin) Neve
Hi Mark,

Wales Project Semi-Annual Check-In

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posted by Stuart Awbrey
Thanks Mark for your response and for your contributions towards the Wales Project goals.
posted by Stuart Awbrey
I've often wondered why myself & previous generations have been called Walter as a first name. It doesn't sound like it has Irish origins to me. Today I read a wikipedia article about Malachy Queally (Malachy O'Caollaidhe, I had previously heard of this name spelling variation from an Australian author). Malachy was Vicar Apostolic of Killaloe in 1619 and Irish Roman Catholic Archbishop of Tuam 1630. He was son of Donatus Quaelly whose family ruled Connemara till 1238. In 1645 Malachy was shot & later killed in a political / religious conflict after provoking a complaint from Robert Boyle archbishop of the Church of Ireland. Walter Lynch on the Irish side gave 30 pounds for his body which was then carried to Tuam where he was reburied. Could 'Walter' be an adopted heroic name in the Quealy line following this incident? Maybe its a long shot! Any ideas? It would be interesting for me to create a profile for Malachy but I don't have any other sources apart from the Wikipedia article
posted by Mark Quealy
edited by Mark Quealy
DNA Includes Ashkenazi Jewish on maternal side. In 18th Century Ashkenazi refugees escaped by walking to Hamburg & sail to Britain. Could this be the connection to our family DNA? Unknown family history.
posted by Mark Quealy
Hi Mark,

Thanks for the PM about Thomas Watling. It appears you’ve fixed his profile. Thank you. I don’t have any further information on him. Regards Deborah

posted by Deborah (Smith) Talbot
Hi Mark,

In the first years of marriage, Thomas John Stubbs-1735 and Euphemy née Books, lived at Webbs Creek. My great uncle, i..e. their youngest child Harold travelled with my family up the Hawkesbury for a picnic one day and we looked over the river to Webbs creek. I remember him saying how he use to go there and used a boat to get in and out of the Creek. His parents moved to Annandale area in circa 1886, and I have discovered that other siblings of the Books family also moved to Annandale.

cheers Tom

posted by Tom Stubbs
Hi Tom, Cant remember if I thanked you for this. If not you might accept my belated thanks. Did you want to add the above facts to Stubbs-1735? Cheers Mark
posted by Mark Quealy
Mark,

Not sure if this is how to reply, I read your thank you to me. I am happy for you to use the information and amend the Wikitree entry. There is so much to be done and so few hours in the day to do it. cheers Tom

posted by Tom Stubbs
Hi Mark,

I sent you a private message about a week ago regarding your interest in the Wales Project and have not yet heard back from you. Did you receive it? Please can you PM / e-mail me your e-mail address and team(s) selection so I can get you into the project? If I don’t hear from you by this time next week I’ll assume you no longer wish to join the project right now but you would, of course, be welcome to join at a later date.

Best wishes,

Olivia :-)

posted by Susie MacLeod
Hi Olivia, sorry about the slow reply, a busy few weeks at work & an elderly Mum to visit in the outer regions in my spare time. Yes I’m interested in participating in your Welsh project in a small way.
posted by Mark Quealy
I was surprised & interested to hear my Latest Living DNA update now shows a link to Haplogroup K Motherline. It goes further to say that K is prevalent in Ashkenazi Jewish populations. I’m guessing that this 1.6% of my DNA means that it goes back a long way past my dominant Irish ancestry.
posted by Mark Quealy
Mark,

I responded to your question on Maurice Savage's profile.

Cousin Thom

posted by Thom Anderson
Mark in reply to your recent question as to whether Mary Collings could be the mother of Robert Hobbs, many researchers have to to this conclusion however recent research by Jean Pritchard has revealed that it could be Mary Osbourn who married Joseph Hobbs on 31 October 1750 in a Fleet Ceremony. Both were of St Botolphs.
posted by Phillip Woodman
Hi Mark,

I'm not related to your great grandfather. I just changed the formatting (removed the / and replaced with , ) for the other last name field as part of Wikitree's data doctor challenge for this week. That's the only change I made. The names are still the same as previously. Cheers!  :)

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Happy Saturday!

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posted by [Living Wood]

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