Zone - Rural
Portions - (Ref:- Tumut Valuation and Rate Book 1932 - 1934) - Bogong - 100.50.81.Part Port 41.
In 1905 Mr John Halloran married Miss Lavinia POLLARD in Tumut, NSW - (Ref NSW BDM 10687).
8390/1907 Kevin HALLORAN born to parents JOHN & LAVINIA in TUMUT - In 27492/1964 KEVIN son of JOHN & LAVINA died in WAGGA WAGGA
9117/1908 Neil HALLORAN born to parents JOHN & LAVINA in TUMUT - In 26781/1977 NEIL son of JOHN & LAVINA died - place not stated.
9471/1910 Mary G HALLORAN born to parents JOHN & LAVINIA in TUMUT
The Halloran’s at Lacmalac had gone to mass in Tumut. As they were leaving the church a message was received that a huge fire was burning on the plains. Mr. Halloran said he would get home as quickly as possible and start mustering. Many people thought he was quite mad and that Tumut would be safe. “Lacmalac Vale” was completely burnt out that evening but Mr. Halloran’s wise judgment had enabled him to save half of his sheep. The fire really was a terrible one. The speed at which it raged along was incredible. From Jerilderie to the mountains beyond Tumut in one day – a long trail of destruction. (Ref- http://www.riverinazone.conxion.com.au/map/wagga/Tarcutta.htm).
HALLORAN Amelia the death occurred suddenly on Sunday morning last of Mrs. Amelia Halloran, wife of Mr. Thomas Halloran, at their home, “Redbank,” Tumut Plains. September 8, 1944
HALLORAN Annie on Friday afternoon, 9th inst., at 3 o’clock, there passed peacefully away the late Mrs. Annie Halloran, of “Redbank,” Tumut Plains, relict of the late Thomas Halloran, after an illness extending over a period of five months. February 13, 1923
HALLORAN Bridget the death occurred on Tuesday evening at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. R.L. Blakeney, of Mrs. Bridget Halloran, of Blowering, Tumut. Her age was 90 years. Tumut and Adelong Times May 18, 1923
HALLORAN Cletus A coronial inquiry was held yesterday afternoon touching the death of Cletus Halloran, 20, who died in the Tumut District Hospital on Sunday night last from rifle wounds received in a Chinaman’s hut at Tumut Plains. Adelong and Tumut Express August 9, 1935
HALLORAN Frank Mr. Frank Halloran, who recently had a paralytic seizure in Wynyard Street Tumut and was afterwards removed from Mr. R. L. Blakeney's residence to the Tumut and District Hospital, died at that institution on Saturday last. Adelong Tumut Express March 30, 1930
HALLORAN Lena the death occurred on Tuesday, after several days lingering in Tumut Hospital, of Lena Teresa Halloran, wife of Mr. Patrick Halloran, of Blowering, at the age of 47 years. April 30, 1925
HALLORAN John another of the grand old men of the Tumut district answered the last roll call on Saturday night last when Mr. John
Halloran, of Blowering, passed away at the age of 85 years. June 30, 1953
HALLORAN Lavinia the death of Mrs. Lavinia Halloran, wife of Mr. John Halloran. The Late Mrs. Halloran was born at Redruth, Cornwall, England, and came to Australia in her early infancy. June17, 1949
HALLORAN Mr. Patrick, a resident of the district for 37 years, and a colonist of 47 years standing, died at his residence, Blowering, on Thursday last. Adelong Argus. November 13, 1900
HALLORAN Patrick the death of Mr. Patrick Halloran, of East Blowering, which occurred at the District Hospital in the early hours of July 4, 1949. Patrick Halloran, who would have been 84 had he lived till October of this year was born at Tumut Plains. July 12, 1949
HALLORAN Selina A telegram received in Tumut yesterday morning announced the death in hospital of Mrs. Selina Halloran, relict of the late Francis Halloran, of Lacmalac. May 5, 1936
HALLORAN Thomas Mr. Thos. Halloran of Tumut Plains, whose death occurred on Tuesday night last. Deceased was a well read, intelligent man, and always manifested great concern over the progress of events commercial or political. September 26, 1902
HALLORAN Thomas Francis the death occurred at Prince Henry Hospital, Sydney, on Friday last of Mr. Thomas Francis Halloran, of “Redbank,” Tumut plains, at the age of 71 years. Adelong and Tumut Express October 5, 1945
HALLORAN Thomas J. Mr. T. J. Halloran, of Wagga, died on Saturday, at the age of 66 years. Mr. Halloran was born at Adelong in 1845, and lived the first portion of his life in the Tumut district. December 8, 1911
Mrs. Lavinia Halloran, wife of Mr John Halloran. The Late Mrs. Halloran was born at Redruth, Cornwall, England, and came to Australia in her early infancy died on the 7th June, 1949