THE medical report of the Brisbane Hospital for the three weeks ending 8th January, as read by the resident surgeon, at a meeting of the committee on the 11th instant, showed that on that date there remained 187 patients; admitted during the three weeks, 126; discharged cured, 15; convalescent, 42; relieved, 35; in statu quo, 3; sent to the convalescent home, 8; sent to the Dunwich Asylum, 1; died, 12; number of out-patients treated at the hospital, 172; at the town dispensary, 93; surgeons in attendance for the three weeks, Drs. Little, Bancroft, and Marks; physicians, Drs. Byrne, Furley, and Taylor. The following are the deaths which occurred during the three weeks: James Edgar, aged 60, admitted 14th December, died 19th December of disease of kidneys; Rogers M'Gatrick, 20, admitted 16th December, died 19th December of rheumatic fever; Grace Murrie, 41, admitted 3rd December, died 20th December of fibroid tumour; Oscar James, 26, admitted 13th December, died 22nd December of typhoid fever; Thomas Collins, 60, admitted 3rd December, died 23rd December of apoplexy; Walter Charles Marshall, 26, admitted 3rd. November, died 24th December of phthisis; John Wood, 24, admitted 23rd December, died 28th December of typhoid fever; Julia Spiers, 24, admitted 6th December, died 29th December of typhoid fever; John H. Richardson, 23, admitted 22nd December, died 31st December of typhoid fever; Wm. Carstens, 21, admitted 1st December, died 1st January of compound fracture of femur and shock; Margaret Coulson, 42, admitted 29th December, died 2nd January of typhoid fever; and James Robinson, 22, admitted 23rd November, died 3rd January of typhoid fever.
Town Talk. (1887, January 15). The Week (Brisbane, Qld. : 1876 - 1934), p. 12. Link to TROVE
AT the meeting of the Hospital Commitee on Tuesday Dr. Jackson's report for the fortnight ending March 5, was read as follows: Number of patients in the hospital on February 19, 189; admitted during the past fortnight, 84; discharged, cured, 15; convalescent, 29; relieved, 21; in statu quo, 5; to convalescent home, 2; to reception-house, 1; died, 12; total discharged, 73; number of out-patients at hospital, 146 ; town dispensary, 82. Surgeons for tho fortnight, Drs. Little and Bancroft; physicians, Drs. Byrne and Furley. Deaths.-Henry Goddard, age 23 years, admitted 17th February,. died 20th February, typhoid fever; James M'Kenna, age 25 years, admitted 2nd February, died 21st February, febris enterica; Elvina Downs, age 32 years, admitted 22nd January, died 21st February, pyaemia; Charles Coulson, age 13 years, admitted 15th February, died 22nd February, febris enterica; Elizabeth Edgar, age 62 years, admitted 26th January, died 23rd February, febris enterica; Lum Poon (Chinaman), age 24 years, admitted 21st February, died 23rd February, febris enterica; Moritz Henry Clay, age 19 years, admitted 17th February, died 24th February, febris enterica; Bridget Fleming, aged 32 years, admitted 2nd February, died 25th February, uterine cancer; Margaret Emery, aged 52 years, admitted 15th February, died 28th February, tumour; Sarah Curry, aged 22 years, admitted 5th February, died 1st March, phthisis; David (S.S.I.), aged 28 years, admitted 17th February, died 3rd March, febris enterica; John M'Auley, aged 25 years, admitted 3rd February, died 4th March, phthisis.
Reuter's Telegrams. (1887, March 12). The Week (Brisbane, Qld. : 1876 - 1934), p. 14. Link to TROVE
21-Jul-1875 Brisbane, Qld.
8 interred -- South Brisbane Cemetery, Por 9A, #98 [22-7-75]
Also buried ( Monday, 18 October 1880 ) with Alexander is Morris Owen MURPHY, born in Brisbane Tuesday, 8 June 1880 and died some where in Queensland Saturday, 16 October 1880 and whose mother was Mary Ann MURPHY. For his birth and death, there was no father recorded.
His sons William Thomas and Richard Robert and his grand daughter, Ellen Sarah EVANS are also buried with Alexander.
MOONEY—FRASER.—On the 8th September, at St. Stephen's Cathedral, by the Rev. D. Fouhy, assisted by the Rev. J B. Breen, Thomas Joseph, second son of Thomas Mooney, to Catherine Mackenzie, youngest daughter of the late Thomas Fraser.
Family Notices (1886, November 6). The Week (Brisbane, Qld. : 1876 - 1934), p. 16. Link to TROVE
24 - Apr - 2017
[] MOONEY, Thomas Joseph, parents Thomas Joseph MOONEY & Margaret SHORTAL
WEBB . On the 25th October, 1904, at his residence, Beaconsfield, Hapsburg, Richard Webb, aged 67 years — (Deeply regretted.)
THE Friends of the late MR. RICHARD WEBB are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, to move from his late residence to the Cordalba Cemetery, on THURSDAY AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock.
Family Notices (1904, October 26). Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), , p. 2. Link to TROVE
When her husband Richard died, he was interred with her
Webb. -On the 9th February, 1898, at her residence, Ookwood, North Isis, after a long and painful illness, Margaret, dearly beloved wife of Richard Webb, and third daughter of the late Captain Henry Watterson, Mariner, Fort St. Mary, Isle of Man, and sister of Mrs. James Haugh, Pambula, New South Wales, aged 61 years.
— (Deeply regretted)
Family Notices (1898, February 12). Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), , p. 2. Link to TROVE