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Sisters of St Joseph

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Type of person Group


Date of arrival c. 1867
Principal occupation Teachers
Date of departure 1882


The Sisters of Saint Joseph who taught at St Joseph's School were:

1868

Sister Agatha Nolan, born Margaret Nolan, about 1848 in Portland, Victoria. Sr Agatha did not wear the nuns' habit during the period of St Mary MacKillop's excommunication.

1868-1869

Sister John Baptist Fitzgerald, born Honora Fitzgerald, about 1845 in Sydney.

Sister Laurence O'Brien, born Veronica O'Brien, in 1842 or 1844 in County Clare, Ireland.

1870-January 1872

Sister Bridget Cremin, born in Sydney.

Sister Casimir Maskell, born Mary Maskell, 1850 in the District of Port Adelaide. Noted as a contemporary of St Mary MacKillop for 40 years.

March-July 1872

Sister Lucy Crowley, born Mary Crowley, in 1842 in the County of Cork, Ireland. Sr Lucy did not wear the nuns' habit during the period of St Mary MacKillop's excommunication.

May-December 1872

Sister Cecilia Hehir, born Anna Maria Hehir, in Ireland. Arrived in Australia 1864 and left the St Joseph's institute in 1872.

Sister Anne Byrne, born Mary Anne Byrne, in 1844 in Tyrone, Ireland.

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