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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
103518 - - Australia 1826 1827 9 January Sydney SG
 
The 'Australia' belonging to the A.A. Co., to sail direct for the company's settlement at Port Stephens where she would land her cargo. Two steam engines on board. Mr. Henderson, miner, employed by the Company



103519 - - Australia 1826 1827 9 January Sydney SG
 
Captain Wilson of the ship Australia, formerly commanded the Royal Admiral and the Duff. Indisposed on this voyage of the Australia. Saxon sheep brought out for the A.A. Co in good condition. 3 died on the passage from England to Hobart



104217 Bethel George Australia 1826 - - Pure Merinos
 
Labourer aged 25



30543 German Catherine Australia 1826 - - Pure Merinos and Others
 
Servant to Mrs. Henderson



104309 Hardy Mary Ann Australia 1826 - - Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
 
Born 1824 England. Daughter or Robert Hardy and Dinah Clark. Spouse William Taylor. For information about descendants see Pioneer Register Entry No 1464



103517 Hardy Robert Australia 1826 - - Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
 
Born c.1795 Chester le Street Durham England. coal worker/collier/ stone cutter. Spouse Dinah Clark. For more information see Pioneer Register Entry No. 578



12467 Henderson John Australia 1826 1844 10 August Morpeth MM
 
Died of apoplexy



27374 Henderson John Australia 1826 1832 Newcastle Early Days of Port Stephens
 
Mining superintendent employed by the Australian Agricultural Company



27401 Henderson John Australia 1826 1830 19 May Newcastle Early Days of Port Stephens
 
Accompanied Sir E Parry to see the coal cropping on the cliff at the seaside of the hill



30360 Henderson John Australia 1826 1835 - Pure Merinos and Others
 
Employed as Manager by Australian Agricultural Company. Died suddenly 1835



32614 Henderson John Australia 1826 1836 6 February Newcastle SG
 
On committee of management of the Newcastle Mechanics Institute



57469 Henderson John Australia 1826 1835 25 April Newcastle SG
 
Died at Newcastle on 19th April. Manager of A.A. Company coal mines



78812 Henderson John Australia 1826 1832 1 June Newcastle Australian
 
Calling for tenders for supplying food to A.A. Company servants at Newcastle (miners)



80457 Henderson John Australia 1826 1833 20 April Newcastle SG
 
Presented address to the Governor on his visit to Newcastle



87489 Henderson John Australia 1826 1852 10 January Newcastle MM
 
Launched the 'Harrietta' named for his daughter. Schooner rigged and to be employed in the colonial coasting trade. 80 tons



96538 Henderson John Australia 1826 1852 8 December Newcastle MM
 
Death of Mary Henderson, youngest daughter and Harriette Croasdill aged 38, both daughters of the late John Henderson



105013 Henderson John Australia 1826 1835 April - burial Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Burials p.18
 
Age 52. Manager of the A.A. Company Coal Works. Burial



114596 Henderson John Australia 1826 1830 14 April - In the Service of the Company: letters of Sir Edward Parry, volume 1, December 1829 - June 1832. Letter no 65
 
Recently arrived at Hobart. Sir Edward Parry giving instructions that Henderson was to take a strict and careful survey of the Company Steam Engines



114667 Henderson John Australia 1826 1830 15 October - In the Service of the Company: letters of Sir Edward Parry, Commissioner to the Australian Agricultural company: volume 1, December 1829 - June 1832. Letter No. 219
 
Paid 20 pounds by the Australian Agricultural Company



114692 Henderson John Australia 1826 1830 23 November Newcastle In the Service of the Company: letters of Sir Edward Parry, Commissioner to the Australian Agricultural company: volume 1, December 1829 - June 1832. Letter No. 261
 
Correspondence from Sir Edward Parry outlining John Hendersons allowances and salary




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