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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
104212 - - Brothers 1825 1825 17 November Sydney SG
 
  Arrival of the 'Brothers' having departed London 10th June and Rio 5th Sept. Passengers, Mr. Dawson and Mr. Armstrong and 38 men, women and children of the A. A. Co. 375 sheep, 2 horses, 5 mares and 4 cows
 
27448 Adams John Brothers 1825 1831 5 March Stroud Early Days of Port Stephens
 
  Sir Edward returned to Port Stephens on March 5th, with Capt. Moffatt....To his expressed delight he found everything had been quiet and orderly since his departure, although old John Adams, the horse shoer, had been drowned crossing a flooded creek near Stroud and a prisoner named Booth was killed by a falling tree. John Adams death was particularly awful as he was perhaps intoxicated at the time
 
30311 Adams John Brothers 1825 1829 Carrington Pure Merinos and Others
 
  Blacksmith employed by Australian Agricultural Company
 
78389 Adams John Brothers 1825 1826 26 August - Australian p2
 
  A man, named John Adams, has been committed to Newcastle Gaol; where he now remains under a sentence of three months endurance, for a breach of contract to the A.A. Company. Mr. Dawson is the committing Magistrate
 
78435 Adams John Brothers 1825 1827 24 March Port Stephens SG
 
  Indented servant of the A.A. Company. Court Case Adams v. Dawson was an action of trespass and false imprisonment brought by John Adams who had been confined in a black hole 8' long x 5 ' wide for the night at Port Stephens before being taken the following day to gaol in Newcastle for 3mths
 
114783 Adams John Brothers 1825 1831 5 February Carrington 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 332
 
  Request to retire from employment with the A.A. Company confirmed by Sir Edward Parry.. To quit the Companys Estate 5th March
 
5982 Adams John Brothers 1825 (?) 1826 June Port Stephens Adams v Dawson - SC
 
  Blacksmith. Indented servant of Aust. Agricultural Company and placed under direction of Robert Dawson as agent
 
5983 Adams John Brothers 1825 (?) 1826 June Port Stephens Adams v. Dawson - SC
 
  Sent to gaol for 3 mths at Newcastle for refusing orders by Dawson's nephew, John Grimsey Dawson
 
5984 Adams John Brothers 1825 (?) 1826 June Port Stephens Adams v. Dawson - SC
 
  Sued Robert Dawson for false imprisonment and was awarded £50
 
168189 Adams John Brothers 1825 (?) 23 September 1826 Port Stephens The Australian
 
  John Adams, a free mechanic, articled to the Australian Agricultural Company, was charged, on Thursday, by Mr. Dawson, the manager, with refusing to perform certain work alloted him though not exceeding the terms of his agreement, and also with misbehaviour. The man was sentenced, under the Act of Geo. 4, ch. 96, to be imprisoned in the gaol, as the house of correction, for fifteen days.
 
166224 Adams John and Mary Brothers 1825 (?) 29 January 1831 Port Stephens Sydney Monitor
 
  Notice - John Adams of Port Stephens cautioned against harbouring his wife Mary Adams or giving her credit on his account as she had left her family four years previously
 
30521 Armstrong (surveyor) John Brothers 1825 - - Pure Merinos and Others
 
  Employed by Australian Agricultural Company as surveyor
 
168159 Armstrong (Surveyor) John Brothers 1825 1830 Newcastle Coal River Working Party site
 
  John Armstrong's map of Newcastle. Plan of the Town of Newcastle New South Wales shewing itís present actual state with part of the adjoining Country, and the coal works of The Australian Agricultural Company from a Careful Survey in 1830 by Jno. Armstrong. (Courtesy of the Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, N.Z.)
 
168152 Armstrong (surveyor) John, Elizabeth, William Brothers 1825 1828 (November) Port Stephens 1828 Census
 
  John age 33, Superintendent A.A. Company, Elizabeth age 22 (born in the colony), William age 1 1/2 and baby 3 months resident at Port Stephens
 
30525 Blackford Henry Brothers 1825 - - Pure Merinos and Others
 
  Butcher. Employed by Australian Agricultural Company
 
30523 Dawson John Grimsey Brothers 1825 - - Pure Merinos and Others
 
  Employed as overseer by Australian Agricultural Company
 
30527 King John Brothers 1825 - - Pure Merinos and Others
 
  Ploughman. Employed by Austrlian Agricultural Company
 
60625 King John Brothers 1825 1828 Port Stephens 1828 Census
 
  Came Free. Aged 29 in 1828. Servant employed by A.A. Co
 
30531 Simmonds (Simmons) John Brothers 1825 - - Pure Merinos and Others
 
  Groom. Employed by the Australian Agricultural Company
 
30529 Simmonds (Summons) Everitt Brothers 1825 - - Pure Merinos and Others
 
  Groom. Employed by the Austrlian Agricultural Company
 
 
 
 
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