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Well known baker who operated from 109 George Street, Sydney during the mid-1800s. He came to Sydney as an assisted immigrant and helped many other Irish migrant families settle in the colony. His sons became solicitors and established one of the largest law firms in Australia, Freehills. He was involved in various Catholic causes in Sydney including attending the meeting instigated by Archbishop Polding to establish St John's College, where he contributed 100 pounds, as well as subscribing to the upkeep of St Mary's Cathedral.