- 1872-1894 (Creation)
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Thomas Sheehy (1840-1913) was a solicitor, barrister and proctor of Collins Street, Hobart. He was a younger son of John and Ellen Sheehy of Hobart and in 1860 was articled to his brother Stephen (d. 1879), a solicitor, and was admitted in 1865.
As a member of a leading Catholic family and brother of a priest, Thomas Sheehy had many Catholics among his clients. His business records include a letter book, diaries noting consultations and actions taken, drafts of documents, notes and apprenticeship indentures.
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Applications under various Acts dated 1872-1894 arranged in alphabetical order of applicant.
- Simon Arnett & William Mason 1894, application under Real Property Act and caveat of Robert Whiteway.
- Michael Francis Daly & Edward Maher 1884, application under Real Property Act.
- Thomas Fitzgerald 1887, application for a certification of title.
- P.O. Fysh & William Ferguson 1890, application for certificate of title.
- Bridget Harrington 1892, application as proprietor under the Real Property Act.
- Ann Hobden 1878, application for certificate of title: land at Cambridge.
- Abraham Houlton Kennedy 1883, application for certificate of title.
- James Thomas Roberts & Edward Maher 1880, application for certificate of title.
- Frederick Benjamin Williams 1898, application for land.
- Charles Peter Woods to Ellen Hefferan 1886, application to be registered proprietor of a mortgage.
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CE September 2018