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Sergeant Joseph Cahill (........)

 

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    Joseph CAHILL
    Soldier, public servant, publican and farmer.  Sergeant in 63rd Regiment.  Appointed clerk in the Post Office Department in 1836.  Licensee of The London Inn at Spring Hill from 1838 until 1850.  Cahill was farming at Spring Hill in 1842, as he advertised a 3 reward for the return of a chestnut filly "strayed from the Farm" of Joseph Cahill, Spring Hill.  He was appointed clerk in the Police Department for Oatlands, Registrar of the Court of Requests and Deputy Clerk of the Peace for Oatlands in July 1842.  Cahill was leasing 2,300 acres of Crown Land, described as Lot 149 at Yarlington in 1847.  By 1850, Cahill was living at New Norfolk.
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    bmchapman@iprimus.com.au
    Copyright B & M Chapman (QLD) Australia
    Last revised: January 06, 2004.