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Search from the box on the left to find references to Convicts, Settlers, Townsfolk, Bushrangers, Innkeepers, Soldiers, Land Owners, Medical Practitioners and Magistrates who resided in Newcastle and the Hunter Valley in the 19th Century.  Search by First Name, Last Name, Ship or all three. Or select from the links below to find out more about Colonial History, Hunter Valley Settlers, Convicts, Newcastle History and Law & Order.

Information about the voyages of approximately 400 convict ships and the Surgeons who accompanied them can be accessed via the Convict Ships Index and Convict Ship Surgeons Index Links.


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Bushranger Index
 
Colonial Events
 
Colonial History
 
Convicts Links
 
Convict Ships Index
Convict Ship Captain Index
 
Convict Ship Surgeon Superintendents
 
Hunter Valley History Links
 
Hunter Valley Inns & Hotels
 
Hunter Valley Medical Practitioners
 
Hunter Valley Settlers Index
 
Hunter Valley Steamers
 
Immigrants to Hunter Valley
 
Lake Macquarie Links
 
Law & Order
 
Maitland History Links
 
Newcastle History Links
 


Adamstown - A brief history - School principals 1877 - 1974 - school photographs - Methodist Primitive church - Ellis Cup winners - Rosebuds

A List of Newcastle residents in 1841 - Population Census of the streets of Newcastle

Allan Cunningham - Botanist & Explorer -  born on 13 July 1791 at Wimbledon, Surrey, England

Apothecaries in Maitland in the 1840's - William Lipscomb, Charles Vavasour Earle, William Mutlow and William Townley Pinhey

Australian Agricultural Company -  Established as a land development company with the assistance of the British Parliament's Crown Grant of 1,000,000 acres in 1824

Dr. Thomas Parmeter 1835 of de Quirosville - A Visit to my daughter & a Trip to the last days races

Bells - Our ancestor's lives were ruled by Bells

NEW Beyond the Sea Brian Ahearn, descendant of convict Murtagh Ahern, is author of ‘Beyond the Sea’ the life and times of Murtagh Ahern and the log of the convict ship ‘Atlas’. My thanks to Brian Ahearn for providing Selected extracts from Journey into Hell Chapter 11 of 'Beyond the Sea'

Bold Jack Donohue - Australia's famous Bushranger

Botany Bay Hero - Michael Kean's experiences as a convict

Captain Patrick Logan's Journal - Captain Logan was Commandant at Moreton Bay in 1826

Charles Picknell's on board diary on the convict ship Kains in 1831

Claims to Leases of Crown Lands Beyond the Settled District - New England 1848

Coal Miners in Newcastle 1858  Transactions of the North of England Institute of Mining Engineers Vol VI, 1858 ,'On the Coalfield of New South Wales' by Henry T. Plews

Colonial Entertainment - Have you ever wondered how your ancestors entertained themselves? What sport did they play? Which days were set aside as holidays? What amusements did they look forward to and how did they pass their time?

Colonial Events 1788 - 1844 - month by month

Colonial Medical Practitioners - Newcastle & Hunter Valley

Convict Assignment and Punishment at Newcastle  Government Orders 1813

Convict Ship Index Information about the voyages of approximately 400 convict ships

Convicts Ships to New South Wales 1835

Convict Ship Surgeon Superintendents

Cottage Creek - Bridge, Cemetery, Cottage (Newcastle)

County Electors - Newcastle 1855

Currency Lads and Lasses  Two Years in New South Wales: A Series of Letters, Comprising Sketches of ... By Peter Miller Cunningham

Discovery of Lake Macquarie in 1800 - known as Reid's Mistake

Early Bushrangers - 1800 - 1820 - Newcastle & Hunter Valley

Early convict coal Miners in Newcastle - 1801

Early Harbour Masters - Newcastle

Edward Denny Day - Police Magistrate at Maitland

Emigrants from England, Ireland and Scotland to Hunter Valley 1830s & 1840s

Eraring History - Lake Macquarie

Executions at Newcastle and the Hunter Valley Expedition to the Hunter River in 1801 - Lady Nelson

Female Convicts - Links to Convict Ships transporting female prisoners to NSW

Female Factory at Parramatta

Female Factory at Newcastle - Attached to Newcastle Gaol

First Fleet 1788 - Vessels of the First Fleet - Charlotte, Friendship, Prince of Wales

Follow the Female Convict Ship Trail - Beginning with the Charlotte in 1788

Follow the Irish Convict Ship Trail - The Queen was the first convict ship bringing convicts to NSW

FRANK THE POET' arrived on the Eliza convict ship in 1832....select Here to find out what happened to him in the following years

Friedrich Gerstäcker  - Traveller

NEW George Wyndham's Diary - Transcription of the first two years of the diary of settler George Wyndham

Governor Macquarie's Tour of Newcastle Settlement in 1812

NEW Huntington's History of Newcastle

Islands in the lower Hunter River included Moscheto Island, Dempsey Island, Spit Island, Spectacle Island, Bullock Island and Ash Island

James Hardy Vaux at Newcastle - 1811 - Author of Australia's first dictionary

John Bingle's excursion to Lake Macquarie in 1822

Journal of Rev. Christopher Eipper - Missionary at Moreton Bay & Presbyterian Minister at Paterson NSW

Law & Order - Police Force in the Hunter Valley prior to 1862

Lieutenant Purcell and Coal River (Newcastle)cl

Colonial Events 1810

Links to Biographies from Memoirs of Hydrography

Lord Melville 1817 - Select here to read an interesting account of the voyage of the Lord Melville written by descendant Brian Wills-Johnson.

Maitland Gaol  - Foundation stone laid in 1844

Maitland Hospital - Foundation stone laid in 1846

Map Links Links to some of the Hunter, Paterson and Williams River Maps listed in the Catalogue at the National Library of Australia.

Mary Bryant - Escape from the colony in 1791

Men of the Time is part 1 of the Australian Dictionary of Dates and Men of the Time. It is a listing of biographies of men of note with connections to Australia, providing details such as full name, date and place of birth and history of their occupations. Index to Men of the Time Moreton Bay 1824 


Morpeth Links

Murrurundi History Links

Muswellbrook History Links

Newcastle Gaol

Newcastle Through the Years

Newcastle in 1822




Norah Head
 
Pirates


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 Placenames in Newcastle, Lake Macquarie and Hunter Valley

Political Prisoners to NSW

Probable Usefulness - An account of the Connor Family from Ireland to Australia by Sister Rita King

Publicans in Newcastle 1828

Reminiscences of Watt Street, Newcastle

Report of the Commissioner of the Inquiry on the State of the Colony of New South Wales {Extracts Relating to Transportation, Disembarkation & Servitude}

Rev Edward Griffith - Two Chapters from 'Memorials of Rev. Edward Griffith' written by his daughter Mary

Rev. Thelkeld - Missionary at Lake Macquarie

Robert Dixon - Surveyor

Rockhampton South Cemetery History

Scourgers - New South Wales

Sea Bathing at Newcastle

Sea Grave - Early Harbour Masters at Newcastle

Signal Staff at Newcastle 1858

Sir Thomas Livingstone Mitchell's Expedition in November 1831

Surgery & use of Ether in Port Stephens - 1840's

Tamworth History Links

NEW The Blind Traveller


United States Exploring Expedition to Lake Macquarie in 1839

William Grant Broughton's  ship board diary on the convict ship John in 1829

William Harrison Craig - Convict Artist

Wollombi History Links

19th Century Medical Terms





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