Jeremiah Daniel MOLONEY = Mary Elizabeth
Married ABT 1850
Jeremiah Daniel MOLONEY:
Born ABT 1817, Ireland
Died Mar 1888, Kingston
Captain in the 60th Rifles
Mary Elizabeth :
Born ABT 1827, Ireland
Died AFT 1891
maybe a BYRNE. (Byrne nephews staying w them in 1881 census)
Born ABT 1850, Chichester, Sussex
Helena (Lena) MOLONEY
Dr.Joseph Augustus MOLONEY
Born 1857, Newry, Ireland
Died 5 October 1896, Oxford Lodge, Surbiton
Buried Norbiton cemetary
Dr., L.R.C.P.I., Fellow of the Royal Geographic Society,, An Explorer.
Press cuttings, 7 Oct 1896 in Times, etc.
A very valiant and typical British explore and pioneer..has just died at the early age of 38....seen more of Africa than any living man but Stanley..due to the effects of privation during the Katanga expidition of 1891...he published account in 'With Captain Stairs to Katanga'..(published by Sampson Low1893)..object to secure the country for the Congo Free State... from the tyranny of chief Msiri.....before the British South Africa Company..claimed it...stopping the slave trade...Dr. Moloney took command when all senior officers were dead or dying....the strong fort built by Dr Moloney enabled Captain Bea afterwards to establish himself firmly.
Last year he commanded an English expidition to the unexplored portions of the Chartered Company's territories west of Lake Nyassa, near Loangwe Rive, accompanied by Lieutenants Elwes and Biscoe RN and 7 other Englishmen. Not a shot was fired during the whole journey and four powerful chiefs were placed under the British flag. The notorious chief Mpseni, although due to Portugese influence declined to accept the British flag, showed a remarkably friendly disposition to Dr Moloney who stayed two days with the much-dreaded chief.
Theo Fraser went on this expedition also, as have a letter from Dr Moloney to him from Hora Camp dated 13 Sept 95, Officer Commanding, Rhodesia Concessions Expedition.
Have 1891 letter from Capt Stairs to Dr Moloney
Dr Moloney was I believe in the first Boer War, (inscription on mount of medal reads that a dying sergeant that he was caring for named Mollonney gave it to him as he had the same name)
1891 census in London City, Cliffords,St Dunstan in the City, single
Grave plot may be Kingston upon Thames, near plot 100A?(his brothers?) Norbiton cemetery
Studied at St Thomas's Hospital and Kng & Queens College, Dublin
practiced in South London, held in high esteem esp. by the poor.
sportsman, yachtsman, hard as nails.
travelled in Morroco, returned 1890
resided late in New Malden
Corps of Royal Naval Artillery Volunteers
Account of last exped is in Times 17th April1896
Dr Moloney, explorer.
Lucy Adelaide MOLONEY = > Family
Married Mar 1891, Kingston
Lucy Adelaide MOLONEY:
Mary Kate Gertrude MOLONEY
Born ABT 1863, Ireland
Died 31 Mar 1907, Ballintyre Hall, Dundrum
5 Sept 1898 grave reservation Kingston On Thames plot 100 A Her address at the time was 27 Avenue Elmers? Surbiton, a spinster.
Albert Charles MOLONEY = Maude Gertrude Josephine FRASER > Family
Albert Charles MOLONEY:
Born 1 July 1869, Gosport, Hants
Died 18 September 1931
Buried Callington, Cornwall
In 1871 census is Charles A.
Best man at wedding to James Coleman 1903
envelope from MB Coleman, stepson,in R S Fusiliers India to AC MOloney c/o Jimenez & Son Fenchurch St EC Havana Cigar Importers.
redirected to 17 Cambridge Terrace Hyde Park W
For undertaker in New Malden: three grave plot reservations in Kingston upn Thames
1886, plot 99A, paid by Albert Moloney of Oxford Lodge Adelaide Rd Surbiton
1898, plot100A, paid by Mary Kate Gertrude Moloney of 27 Avenue Elmers Surb, spinster
1897, plot606C, paid by Albert Moloney of Oxford Lodge
Maude Gertrude Josephine FRASER:
Born 14 Mar 1875, 45, Minories, London City
Died 11 December 1963, Selmeston
Buried Callington, Cornwall
45/46 Minories London , 1881 census
Palace Road Surbiton, Herberts 1895 letter.
Ballintyre Hall, Dundrum (1903 Irish Review)
9 Merrion Sq, Dublin (husband)
25 R L Stevenson Av, Bournemouth
Lourdes, Bowling Green, Callington, Cornwall. (letters in 1931,35)
1 St Francis, Storrington (envelope Jan 1942) from MB Coleman, India
Northmbria, Caer-Baden Terrace, North Rd, Plymouth, postcard 1946?
Little Bells Selmeston.
Maude Fraser c.1895
Jeremiah (Edward) MOLONEY
Born ABT 1873, Ireland
"Edward" in 1881 census
In 1871 census is at 46 King St Portsea Portsmouth. Also fathers sister Margaret Mc Caveor Cann Cabe? is the housekeeper, b. Ireland 1811
In 1881 is at Braengelder? St Ronans Rd Portsmouth with nephews Harry, Ella, and Patrick Byrne, and sister Marg. McC.
1891 Mary wife with children Albert and Mary are at Bartley Lodge, Malden Rd, New Malden, Kingston.