Patrick Bourke

#247, (circa 1811-2 August 1863)
ChartsBourke family - descendants
Mike Hill - ancestors
Descendents of Patrick Bourke
Last Edited17 Feb 2019
Patrick Bourke, buried with his son Peter.
Source: Find a Grave
     (For a brief history and context on the Bourke family see this page)

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Patrick Bourke may have been born in 1800 at Tipparary, Ireland.1 He may have been born circa 1811 at Galway, Ireland.2,3

He may have married Mary Ann Cannon, in 1842 at Tipparary.3,1

Patrick and his wife Mary emigrated with their daughter from Cork circa 7 November 1843 on the "Royal Consort". Some of the passengers on the Royal Consort seem have come from the Burhampooter which was shipwrecked - were Patrick and his family amongst these?2,4 At the time of their emigration, both Patrick and Mary were illiterate. Patrick was still signed his daughter Bridget's marriage certificate with a cross 18 years later.2,5 After a voyage of 103 days Patrick and his wife Mary arrived at Port Phillip, Victoria, on 18 February 1844.2,4

Patrick and Mary Ann Cannon became the parents of Michael Bourke on Wednesday, 23 June 1847 at Melbourne.6 Patrick's child an unknown person received an unknown person baptism at St. Francis' on Monday, 12 July 1847 at Melbourne . He was batised in a Roman Catholic ceremony. St. Francis' Church had only recently been constructed.6 Patrick's child an unknown person received an unknown person baptism on Monday, 17 September 1849 at Melbourne . he was baptised in a Roman Catholic ceremony.7 Patrick's child Mary received her baptism at St. Francis' on Monday, 23 June 1851 at Melbourne.8 Patrick Bourke was a labourer in April 1856 at Melbourne.9,10 Patrick (and presumably his spouse Mary) lived in August 1863 at Jeffcott House in Jeffcott Street, Melbourne. This was a wooden house, "with double verandah, and contains seven good rooms and kitchen". It was probably used as a boarding house.1,11,12,13

Patrick died on 2 August 1863 at Jeffcott Street, Melbourne, of liver disease which he had for 3 months..14 His body was interred at Melbourne General Cemetery on 4 August 1863 at the Melbourne suburb of Carlton.1,15,16,17

Timeline

DateEventPlace
Family
Family
1800Birth-CandidateTipparary, Ireland1
1811Birth-CandidateGalway, Ireland2,3
1842Marriage-candidateTipparary3,1
1843Emigratn-newCork2,4
Note memo only2,5
1844Immigratn-newPort Phillip, Victoria2,4
1856OccupationMelbourne9,10
1861Occupation-hide5
1863ResidenceJeffcott House in Jeffcott Street, Melbourne1,11,12,13
1863Occupation-hide1
1863DeathJeffcott Street, Melbourne14
1863Burial at Melbourne General Cemetery in the Melbourne suburb of Carlton1,15,16,17

Family

Mary Ann Cannon (1821-6 Sep 1885)
Children

Citations

  1. [S265] Victoria, Death Certificate, Registry of Births, Deaths & Marriages 1863 No.7020.
  2. [S47] Patrick Bourke & family, "Royal Consort" ships passenger list.
  3. [S8] Victoria, Birth Certificate, Registry of Births, Deaths & Marriages 1856 No. 474.
  4. [S612] The Australian, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1844 'THE LOSS OF THE EMIGRANT SHIP "BURHAMPOOTER.".', The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 - 1848), 13 February, p. 3, viewed 9 April, 2013, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article37125337
  5. [S264] Victoria, Marriage Certificate, Registry of Births, Deaths & Marriages 1861 No.3918.
  6. [S258] Parish Registers for Melbourne, 1847 No. 41,600.
  7. [S258] Parish Registers for Melbourne, 1949 No. 42,887.
  8. [S258] Parish Registers for Melbourne, 1851 No. 5693.
  9. [S8] Victoria, Birth Certificate, Registry of Births, Deaths & Marriages 1856 No. 474 (In 1846 a labourer could earn from £20 to £22 a year.18. Typical clothing for a labourer would be cabbage-tree hat, a cloth jacket, gaudy neckerchief or tie and moleskin or drill trousers. Patrick was unlikely to have had a moustache or beard - in Melbourne in the 1830's and 1840's it indicated you had something to hide. There was a recession in the early 1840's - many men were put to work by the Government on public works.).
  10. [S2] New South Wales, Death Certificate, Registry of Births, Deaths & Marriages 1893 No.660.
  11. [S336] The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1856 'Advertising', The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), 10 November, p. 2. , viewed 12 May 2018, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article7139772 (for description of Jeffcott House).
  12. [S1031] The Herald, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1863 'Family Notices', The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), 3 August, p. 1. , viewed 12 May 2018, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article244294972 (lmentioned Jeffcott House).
  13. [S336] The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1859 'Advertising', The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), 26 August, p. 1. , viewed 13 May 2018, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5686938 (Jeffcott House used as a boarding house).
  14. [S3] New South Wales, Marriage Certificate, Registry of Births, Deaths & Marriages 1874 No. 2353.
  15. [S336] The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1863 'Family Notices', The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), 4 August, p. 8. , viewed 12 May 2018, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article6487919
  16. [S1031] The Herald, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1863 'Family Notices', The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), 3 August, p. 1. , viewed 12 May 2018, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article244294972
  17. [S466] Find a Grave (http://www.findagrave.com) PLOT: MGC-RC-Comp-P-No-040; MEMORIAL ID: 148135361.