Keogh Edmund J Francis1850 - 1936 (86 years)
Name Keogh Edmund J Francis [1, 2] Born 1850 ,,NSW,Australia  Gender Male Name Edmund James Francis Keogh Residence 24 May 1885 ,Vacy, NSW, Australia Died 4 Sep 1936 ,Ashfield, NSW, Australia [1, 4, 5] Person ID I3518 GeniAus Family Tree Last Modified 26 Mar 2020
Father Keough John, b. 1813, ,,,Ireland , d. 24 May 1885, Tackbeare, Vacy, NSW, Australia (Age 72 years) Mother D'arcy Bridget, b. Bef 28 Dec 1818, ,,Tipperary, Ireland , d. 25 Dec 1868, ,Dungog, NSW, Australia (Age > 49 years) Married 5 Feb 1844 ,West Maitland,NSW, Australia Family ID F1459 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family Kealy Mary Maude, b. 29 Nov 1862, ,Paterson, NSW, Australia , d. 18 Jul 1941, ,Ashfield, NSW, Australia (Age 78 years) Married 20 Jun 1888 ,,NSW,Australia  Children 1. Living 2. Living + 3. Keogh Patrick Cyril, d. 1941, Valagnello,Vacy,NSW,Australia 4. Keogh Mary, d. Bef 1941 5. Keogh Gerard, d. Bef 1941 + 6. Keogh John Kealy, b. 1892, d. 1971 (Age 79 years) 7. Keogh Hyacinth Amelia, b. 12 Apr 1898, ,,NSW,Australia , d. 1990 (Age 91 years) Last Modified 26 Mar 2020 Family ID F1466 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Event Map Born - 1850 - ,,NSW,Australia Residence - 24 May 1885 - ,Vacy, NSW, Australia Married - 20 Jun 1888 - ,,NSW,Australia Died - 4 Sep 1936 - ,Ashfield, NSW, Australia = Link to Google Earth
- [S52] x NSW BDM Indexes, 13872/1936.
KEOGH EDMUND FRANCIS JOHN BRIDGET ASHFIELD
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- [S52] x NSW BDM Indexes, 867/1850 V1850867 67 .
KEOGH EDMUND JOHN BRIDGET
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- [S9] Maitland Mercury, Wed 23 Sep 1936 Page 8 .
MR. EDMUND KEOGH
The death of Mr. Edmund Francis
Keogh took place recently at his
home, Alt-street, Ashfield, at the age
of 87 years.
-For about 15 years Mr. Keogh had
lived in retirement in Sydney. Prior
to that, since 1893, he was resident
at, Dockyard, where he carried on a
blacksmithing business. He enjoyed
excellent health until about 10 days
before his death when he was seized
with a paralytic seizure, whilst at din-
ner. The late Mr. Keogh was a man
of many fine characteristics. His
strong personality and his kindness
of heart made him many friends,
He was a tradesman of the first
order, and his work for the farmers
was the admiration of many. During
his residence of 30 years at Miller's
Forest he took an active interest in
all matters appertaining to the ad-
vancement of the district. He was an
ardent member of the Progress As-
sociation, and the old Miller's Forest
Railway League. He was patron of
the Cricket Club until he resigned to
reside in Sydney, and held office as
vice-president of the Football Club on
On his leaving the district the var-
ious sporting bodies tendered him and
Mrs. Keogh a wonderful farewell.
Deceased was a native of Summer
Hill, Vacy, and in his early years he
was attracted by gold prospecting in
the Stewart's Brook district. He en-
joyed telling stirring tales and ad-
ventures of the early days of the
settlement of the 'Brook. He belong-
ed to the first and only political
league that ever functioned in Mil-
ler's Forest, and was a life-long
friend and follower of Mr. Matthew
Deceased leaves a widow, two sons
and three daughters. Sister Mary
Keran (Monte Pio Convent, West
Maitland), Mrs. John Ridgway (Edu-
cation, Department, Sydney), Miss Ita
Keogh (Sydney, High School), John
Keogh (Electrical Department, Syd-
ney), and Patrick Keogh (chemist,
Wagga), Miss Flora Keogh (school
teacher), predeceased him by about
A Requiem Mass was celebrated in
the Ashfield - Church on the morning
of the funeral, and was, largely at-
tended by friend's of deceased, many
of whom journeyed from Vacy and
The chief, mourners were Mrs.
Keogh (widow), John and Patrick
(sons), Miss Ita Keogh and Mrs John
Ridgway (daughters), John Ridgway
(son-in-law), Mesdames John and Pat-
rick Keogh (daughters-in-law), John,
Edward, and Patrick Kealy (brothers-
in-law). The interment was made in
the Catholic portion of Rookwood No.
2 cemetery, Many beautiful wreaths
and floral emblems were laid on the
grave, and the family were in receipt
of numerous Mass tributes and let-
ters of condolence from various parts
of the State.
- [S52] x NSW BDM Indexes, 13872/1936.