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Patrick Joseph O'Gorman

Birthdate: (75)
Birthplace: Cork, Ireland
Death: January 10, 2005 (75)
Sydney, Australia
Place of Burial: Cork, Ireland
Immediate Family:

Son of James O'Gorman and Bridget O'Gorman
Husband of Private
Father of Private; Private and Private
Brother of James M. O'Gorman; Private; Private; David O'Gorman and Oliver O'Gorman

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Patrick Joseph O'Gorman's Timeline

1929
March 8, 1929
Cork, Ireland

Name: Patrick O'Gorman
Registration District: Mallow
Event Type: BIRTHS
Registration Quarter and Year: Jan - Mar 1929
Estimated Birth Year:
Age (at Death):
Mother's Maiden Name: Duane
Film Number: 101231
Volume Number: 5
Page Number: 332
Digital Folder Number: 4195646
Image Number: 00043
Collection: Ireland, Civil Registration Indexes, 1845-1958

2005
January 10, 2005
Age 75
Australia

O'GORMAN

Patrick Joseph

Death notice

10JAN2005

Death

formerly of Charleville, County Cork, Ireland

Daily Telegraph (Sydney)

14JAN2005

January 23, 2005
Age 75
Cork, Ireland

O'GORMAN (Sydney and Charleville): PATRICK JOSEPH, son of the late James and Brigid (nee Duane), who passed away on January 10, 2005, peacefully, in the presence of his family at home, beloved husband of Anne and dear father of David, daughters Mairead and Clair, sons- in-law Milad and Trevor, sisters Margaret and Kathleen, nephews, niece, grandchildren, cousins (the Duane families). May he rest in peace. Reposing at Hannon's Funeral Home, Doneraile. Removal on today (Saturday) at 3pm to St. Mary's Church, Ballyhea. Funeral Mass on tomorrow (Sunday) at 11am. Burial will take place afterwards in Holy Cross Cemetery, Charleville.

Saturday, 22 January 2005

Death Notices from the Irish Examiner