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Item: 82758
Surname: Kerrigan
First Name: William
Ship: -
Date: 1851 2 April
Place: Dagworth
Source: MM
Details: Offering reward for return of missing horse


 
Item: 112643
Surname: Kerrigan
First Name: William
Ship: -
Date: 1854 8 March
Place: Lochinvar
Source: MM
Details: Application to transfer publican's license from James Neal to William Kerrigan for the Gordon Arms refused by the bench as the house inquestion had been shut up and could not be re licensed until the annual licensing time


 
Item: 134894
Surname: Kerrigan
First Name: William
Ship: -
Date: 1855 2 May
Place: Sportsman's Arms, West Maitland
Source: MM
Details: Granted Publican's License


 
Item: 183994
Surname: Kerrigan
First Name: William
Ship: -
Date: 24 October 1853
Place: Paterson
Source: SMH
Details: We regret to have to announce the death, from an accident, of an old resident of Maitland, Mr. John Kerrigan, formerly of the Sportsmans Arms, and who has lately been keeping an inn at Singleton. Mr. Kerrigan was at Tocal, Paterson River, on Wednesday, and, as we are told, mounted a young horse he was about to get from there to train, but had not been long mounted when the horse commenced bucking, and threw him. Whether Mr. Kerrigan was kicked by the horse as he fell, or whether he fell against a stump, does not appear to be yet clearly known here, but in some way he received a serious injury on the stomach, producing serious laceration of the internal parts. Medical assistance was immediately sent for, both from Maitland and Pater- son, and Mr. Kerrigan s relatives were also apprised of the unfortunate occurrence. On Thursday Mr. Kerrigan was removed into Maitland in a carriage, at his own request, and under the charge of his brother, Mr. William Kerrigan. No hope had however been from the first entertained of his recovery, and he died on Thursday, at about three o clock in the afternoon, at the Seven Stars Inn. An inquest was commenced on the, body yesterday by Mr. Parker, but was adjourned till Tuesday next, to obtain the evidence of parties present at the the time of the accident



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