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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
31912 Throsby Charles - 1808 24 December Newcastle Historical Records of NSW Vol VI
 
  Assistant surgeon. Returned from Newcastle to do duty at headquarters until further notice
 
41033 Throsby Charles - 1848 3 May Throsby Park MM
 
  John, third son of Charles Throsby died on 25 April aged 17 yrs
 
42512 Throsby Charles - 1838 11 January Hunter river SG
 
  To lease by auction 2,000 acres of land known as John Gaggin's Farm. Bounded by J. Underwood's grant and Shaw Stewart's grant
 
42554 Throsby Charles - 1838 19 January Hunter River SG
 
  2000 acre belonging to Throsby leased at auction by E. Hyland for 20 years for 2000
 
46616 Throsby Charles - 1848 21 October Throsby Park near Berriva MM
 
  Second son William died at Newtown on 16 October from scarlet fever
 
46617 Throsby Charles - 1828 4 April - SG
 
  Death of Charles Throsby. Terminated his existence by misuse of a gun
 
61111 Throsby Charles - 1838 4 January County Durham SG
 
  To lease by auction for a term of 7 years 'John Gaggin's Farm'
 
75119 Throsby Charles - 1819 1 November - The London Times
 
  Granted 1000 acres of land as reward for making journey Cowpastures to Bathurst. Accompanied by Cockoogoon chief of the Burrah Burrah tribe and Dual as guides
 
77196 Throsby Charles - 1804 5 August Newcastle SG
 
  Appointed to Medical duty at Newcastle. To act as Magistrate
 
77197 Throsby Charles - 1804 1 September Newcastle HRA Series 1 vol. V, pp 418 - 419
 
  Returning to head quarters from Newcastle to settle his private affairs
 
77212 Throsby Charles - 1805 3 March Newcastle SG
 
  Returned to Sydney from Newcastle on the 'Francis' with Lieutenant Menzies
 
77215 Throsby Charles - 1805 15 March Newcastle HR NSW, Vol. V, King 1803, 1804, 1805 p. 571
 
  Magistrate and Assistant surgeon at Newcastle. To have general superintendence and direction of the convicts
 
77217 Throsby Charles - 1805 15 March Newcastle HR NSW Vol. V, King 1803, 1804, 1805. p. 571
 
  When Charles Throsby arrived at Newcastle on 20th March he found Ensign Draffin a helpless lunatic and assumed control of the district
 
77218 Throsby Charles - 1805 22 March Newcastle HR NSW, Vol. V, King 1803,1804 1805. 573 - 574
 
  Reporting to Gov. King the loss of the vessel 'Francis' off Coal Island
 
77284 Throsby Charles - 1806 28 December Newcastle SG
 
  William Lawson taking over Command of Newcastle settlement while Throsby temporarily in Sydney
 
77292 Throsby Charles - 1808 23 February Newcastle HRA Series 1Vol. VI, p. 275
 
  Appointed Magistrate for Newcastle and district and 'to be obeyed and respected accordingly
 
77295 Throsby Charles - 1810 18 March - HR NSW, Vol. VII, Bligh & Macquarie 1809 - 1811, pp. 316, 317, 318, 319.
 
  Sir Henry Browne Hayes paying tribute to Throsby for his kindness on Hayes' arrival at Coal River as a prisoner
 
77313 Throsby Charles - 1808 4 September Newcastle SG
 
  By the prompt and efficacious exertions of Charles Throsby many of the crew of the 'Dundee' ship wreck were saved
 
77316 Throsby Charles - 1808 23 October - SG
 
  Arrived from Newcastle in Sydney on the 'Lady Nelson' two weeks previous
 
77327 Throsby Charles - 1809 22 January Newcastle SG
 
  Accompanied Lieut. Lawson to take up his appointment as Commandant at Newcastle
 
 
 
 
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