Andrew Daniel Donohoe was born 16 October 1860 Cross Roads in Berrima, New South Wales, Australia to Andrew Donohoe (c1824-1914) and Esther C Clarke (1834-1885) and died 1921 Hay, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Mary Ann Maude Margaret Donahee (1864-1911) 1 June 1882 Roman Catholic church in Hay, New South Wales, Australia.


Offspring of Andrew Daniel Donohoe and Mary Ann Maude Margaret Donahee (1864-1911)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Frederick Thomas Donohoe (1883-1943)
Alice Maude Donohoe (1885-c1957) 28 December 1885 Orson Street, Hay, New South Wales, Australia 19 January 1957 Parkes, New South Wales, Australia William George Pearce (1885-1955)
Andrew Donohoe (1888-1889) 1888 Hay, New South Wales, Australia 1889 Hay, New South Wales, Australia
Elsie Sabina Donohoe (1890)
Rupert H B Donohoe (1892)
Myra Josephine Donohoe (1894-1980)
Andrew S Donohoe (1896-1897) 1896 Hay, New South Wales, Australia 1897 Hay, New South Wales, Australia
Irina Donohoe (1900-1939)
James B Donohoe (1901-1901)
Walter L P Donohoe (1903-1903)
Sheilah M Donohoe (c1905)
Clarice C Donohoe (c1907-c1907) 1907 Hay, New South Wales, Australia 1907 Hay, New South Wales, Australia


A very old resident of the town, Mr. Andrew Daniel Donohoe, died at the Hay Hospital on Sunday night, after a residence there of about three months. Mr. Donohoe had been in failing health for the past four years, and his death was not unexpected. He was 60 years of age. Mr. A.D. Donohoe was the fourth son of the late Mr. Andrew Donohoe, who came to Hay about 53 years ago, and was one of the pioneers of the district. Mr. Donohoe was born at Sutton Forest, and was twice married. His first wife was Miss Donahee, and the surviving family consists of a son, Mr. Fred. Donohoe, now living in Sydney, and five daughters, Mrs. W. Pearce and Mrs. Henderson, of Hay, Mrs. Greer, of Bega, and Misses Ella and Shieila Donohoe, of Sydney. The first Mrs. A. D. Donohoe died eleven years ago, and some time afterwards Mr. Donohoe re-married, his second wife being the widow of Mr. J. O'Brien, who survives him. Mr. Donohoe was well known in the town and district. He assisted his brother, Mr. James Donohoe, when he was in business as a butcher, and he continued in the employment of Mr. Donohoe's successor, Mr. Carter, until ill-health compelled him to relinquish his employment. When a younger man Mr. Donohoe was a prominent member of the Oddfellows' Lodge, and he did his full share in the public functions of the town in which he could assist. His death will be regretted by a large circle of friends, as he was of a very kindly disposition. The funeral took place yesterday, the interment being in the Catholic burial ground of the Hay cemetery, where the Rev. Father Carroll officiated. There was a very large attendance of town and district residents to pay the last sad offices of respect to one who was so long resident here, and who was so widely known.

The Riverine Grazier, 5 April 1921, page 2

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Ω Birth
  • BDM Index ref for birth: 5226/1860
₪ Wedding
  • BDM Index ref for marriage: 3411/1882
  • Donohoe—Donahee.—On the 1st June, at Hay, by the Rev. Father Kiely, Andrew Daniel, fifth son of Andrew Donohoe, of Hay, to Mary Ann Maude Margaret, second daughter of Thomas Donahee, of Oakhampton, Hay.
The Riverine Grazier, 7 June 1882, page 2
¶ Death
  • BDM Index ref for death: 7379/1921