Patrick Joseph Hogan
|Birthplace:||Geraldton, WA, Australia|
|Death:||Died in Geraldton, WA, Australia|
|Managed by:||Ian Alexander Stone|
About Patrick Joseph Hogan
Western Australian Birth registration index record for Patrick Hogan, father Patrick Hogan, mother Catherine O'Brien, born Geraldton, No. 10329 of 1867.
Western Australian Marriage registration index record for Patrick J Hogan marrying Mary D Murphy, Perth registration district, No. 1198 of 1921.
Marriage certificate for Patrick Joseph Hogan, aged 50 (with an amendment that the age should be 53), bachelor, farmer, of Bootenal, father Patrick Joseph Hogan, farmer, deceased, mother Catherine O'Brien, deceased, marrying Mary Dorothy Murphy, aged 40 [though it seems she may have been 43], spinster, telephone operator, of Cottesloe, though usually of Geraldton, father John William Murphy, military pensioner, deceased and mother Bridget Quinlan, deceased, at the Catholic Church, Cottesloe, on 19 October 1921, by Richard O'Neill..
1925 electoral roll: Hogan, Patrick Joseph, Bootenal, Farmer.
1931electoral roll: Hogan. Patrick Joseph, Bootenal, Farmer. Also Hogan, Mary Dorothy, married.
1936 electoral roll: Hogan. Patrick Joseph, Bootenal, Farmer. Also Hogan, Mary Dorothy, married.
Western Australian Death registration index record for Patrick J Hogan, Geraldton registration district, No. 21 of 1941.
Buried The Utakarra Cemetery on Mullewa Road, Geraldton.
From Geraldton Guardian and Express, Tuesday 21 April 1942, p2
HOGAN — In sacred memory of our dear friend. Patrick J. Hogan, who died at Geraldton on April 22nd 1941. R.I.P. —Inserted by J. Brady and family.
From the Geraldton Guardian and Express, Saturday 26 April, p1.
OLD IDENTITY PASSES
DEATH OF MR. P. J. HOGAN ASSOCIATION WITH EARLY SETTLEMENT
The death of Mr. Patrick Hogan, which occurred at the St. John of God Hospital at Geraldton on Wednesday night, removed another of the gradually thinning ranks of early-day residents of the district. The deceased, who was seventy-five years of age, was born in Geraldton. His father was a veteran of the Crimean War and arrived in the early days of colonial settlement as a member of a guard on a convict vessel. For some years he was stationed in Geraldton and on retirement was given a grant of land at Bootenal, which he named 'Alma' after one of the battles in which he participated at the Crimea. On his father's death, the late Mr. Hogan assumed the management of this property and lived thereon till his recent illness. The deceased was married twenty seven years ago to Miss Mary Murphy, who survives him. The late Mr. Hogan was of a quiet and retiring disposition with a store of early reminiscences of Geraldton in its days of infancy, which he delighted in telling. The funeral took place in the Catholic portion of the Utakarra cemetery on Thursday afternoon. There was a large and representative gathering at the graveside, where the prayers were recited by the Rev. Father Spain. The chief mourners were Mrs. M. Hogan (widow), Mesdames J. C Willcock and Kennedy (nieces) and Mr. J. Stone (nephew). The pall-bearers were the Mayor (Mr. R. Carson), Cr. T. Nilen, Messrs. R. G. Storey, R. Logue, J. Giles, P. Briers, W. Lynch, H. W. Thomas, C Garrett and J. Silcock. Amongst others present at the grave side were the Premier (Hon. J. C. Willcock M.L.A.). Messrs. C. Rowan, M. Heenan, J. J. Brown, K. May, N. Gould, C. J. Drew, N. Daley, T. Angel, V. Patience, P. Stone, W. Phillips, E. Wass, T. Bone, J. Perejuan, G. Baker, J. Brady, J. Prendergast, D. Bradley, G. Rowe and .T. R. Camm. The mortuary arrangements were carried out by Mr. Aldan Pinder, of Forrest Street, Geraldton.
The Daily News, Saturday 28 June, 1941, p32.
Probates and letters of administration in respect to the following wills were granted in the Supreme Court this week: —
Hogan, Patrick Joseph, late of Bootenal, farmer, to John C. Willcock, of Mount Lawley, and Patrick J. Stone, of Subiaco. value £4724.
Patrick's will stipulated that wife Mary would have use of the house owned by Patrick in Eleanor Street Geraldton until she died; she would receive an annuity of £208 and that the executors could continue to farm the property. When Mary died Catherine Gardner was to receive £150, though if Catherine predeceased Mary the money was to go to son Thomas; William Wehlach was also to receive £150. The remainder of the money from the estate was to go to the children of his sister Mary (ie Patrick Joseph Stone, Terence James Stone, Sicily Ann Willcock and Ursula Mary Kennedy).
Geraldton Guardian, Thursday 1 December 1949, p 5.
AUCTION SALE BRICK RESIDENCE 49 Eleanor Street, Geraldton AT OUR ROOMS (MARINE TERRACE, GERALDTON) on Friday, December 16th, 1949 at 3 p.m.
BOGLE BROS, have received instructions from the Executors of the Estate of the late P. J. Hogan to offer as above all that piece of land being portion of Sub Lot S and being Lot 3 on Plan 1779, having a frontage of 75 links to Eleanor Street by 200 links in depth together with all improvements thereon. Improvements comprise a five-roomed well-built brick residence and usual out buildings and the property is situated nearly opposite the Geraldton Railway Station. Sale is subject to existing tenancy. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO THE AUCTIONEERS BOGLE BROS., GERALDTON
From the Geraldton Guardian, Saturday 23 September 1950, p7.
Tenders for Farming Property Near Geraldton ESTATE P. J. HOGAN (DECEASED) TENDERS are invited by the under signed for the Purchase of a Free hold Farming Property of 915 acres or thereabouts (bare), known as Alma Farm at Bootenal, about twelve miles from Geraldton and about one mile from the Bootenal Siding. The property is now carrying about 700 sheep and 250 lambs and a crop of 320 acres, and is sub-divided into eleven paddocks and ring-fenced with rabbit proof netting. There is a well and also a bore, each with a good supply of permanent water, and both are equipped with tanks and troughs and fitted with ball-cocks; also 1,000-yard dam cleaned out this year ; machinery, sheep dip, etc. The house on the property has five large rooms, solidly built in stone with telephone connected and rain water tanks and verandah back and front The property has been carried on successfully for many years and is practically all cleared. Tenders will close with the under signed on Wednesday, October 18th, 1950, with possession on March 1st, 1951 ; inspection may be made on application at the property. Neither the highest or any tender will necessarily be accepted. Executors P. J. Hogan Estate 268 HAMMERSLEY ROAD, SUBIACO.
Note the Executors were Joe Stone (Patrick Joseph Stone) and John Collings Willcock and the property was not sold. Joe bought out the other siblings who had inherited the property and it was farmed by the next door neighbours, the Bradys. The property remained in the family until the death of Joe Stone in 1970 when it was sold. Vincent Stone would take the family and his father Joe Stone to the farm annually to check on the property.
Probate record held at WA State Records Office consignment 3403 item 1941/0516