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Harriet Ahrens was born 8 June 1860 in Armidale, New South Wales, Australia to Heinrich Ahrens (c1815-1891) and Sophia Fischer (c1826-1886) and died 15 September 1903 in Tia, New South Wales, Australia of spinal injuries. She married Michael Lahey (c1850-1927) 31 December 1878 in Walcha, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from Germany.




Children


Offspring of Michael Lahey and Harriet Ahrens (1860-1903)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Allan Lahey (1873-1963)
Martha Hannah Lahey (1876-1956)
Mabel M Lahey (-)
Emily May Lahey (1880-1965) 1880 Walcha, New South Wales, Australia 21 August 1965 Paddington, New South Wales, Australia Richard John Andrew Holstein (c1880-c1959)

Catherine Martha Lahey (c1881-1982) 11 April 1881 Mt Lookout near Walcha, Walcha, New South Wales, Australia 20 September 1982 Castle Hill, New South Wales, Australia Charles Ahrens (1884-)

Michael Lahey (c1883-c1883)
Henry James Lahey (1885-1917) 11 January 1885 Tia, New South Wales, Australia 11 April 1917 France
Edward Charles Lahey (c1887-1959) 19 April 1887 Tia, New South Wales, Australia September 1959
William John Lahey (1889-1979) 7 February 1889 Tia, New South Wales, Australia 12 February 1979 Killara, New South Wales, Australia
Walter Ahrens Lahey (c1892-c1937) 1892 Walcha, New South Wales, Australia 26 August 1937 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Edith Susan Farrell (1901-c1977)






Footnotes (including sources)

Ω Birth
  • BDM Index ref for birth: 4428/1860
₪ Wedding
  • BDM Index ref for marriage: 2260/1878
¶ Death
  • Harriet died at Sams Flat when she was run over by the sulky she was travelling in. The horse bolted and she fell under the wheel.
  • BDM Index ref for death: 12036/1903
  • death certificate and family information
  • Mrs. M. Lahey, of Tia, was driving in a sulky with her daughter, when the sulky collided with a stump. Mrs. Lahey was thrown to the ground with great force and injured her spine. Serious symptoms followed, and word was brought in on Tuesday that Mrs. Lahey had died.
The Walcha Witness And Vernon County Record, 19 September 1903, page 2