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|Offspring of Annie Louisa Gallott and Alphonse Bede Girard (1837-1868)|
|James Alfred H Girard (1866-1941)|
|Offspring of Annie Louisa Gallott and Patrick Joseph Healy (1843-1895)|
|Florence Mary Healy (1869-1876)|| |
|Harold Randwick Healy (1871-1933)|| |
|Claude Healy (1874-1963)|| |
|Cecil Patrick Healy (1881-1918)||28 November 1881 Darlinghurst, New South Wales, Australia||29 August 1918 Somme, France|| |
|John Henry Newman Healy (1884-1926)|| |
|Reginald Healy (1886-1942)|| |
|Eric Nicholas Healy (1889-1954)|
Mrs. P. J. Healy, widow of Mr. Patrick. Joseph Healy, for many years metropolitan Crown Prosecutor, died during the early hours of Monday at her residence, "Killlua," Mona-road, Darling Point, at the age of 73 years. She was born at the Glebe, but most of her early days were spent in West Maitland. She was married twice and was the mother of seven sons—James, Harold, Claude, Cecil, John, Reggie and Eric—and one daughter, Florence. One of her sons, Lieutenant Cecil Healy, the well-known amateur swimmer, was killed in action at Mont St. Quentin, France, last year; and John, who was attached to the 13th Battalion, returned from the front a few weeks ago.