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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
29796 Anley Captain - 1834 18 October Hunter River SG
 
  Returning to England
 
43801 Anley Captain - 1834 4 October Maitland SG
 
  56 residents signed a letter thanking Captain Anley for his work as a Police Magistrate
 
57465 Anley Captain - 1835 12 May - SG
 
  Said to have distinguishing urbanity of manner by correspondent of the Sydney Gazette
 
65192 Anley Captain - 1834 3 October - Australian
 
  Resigning from position of Police Magistrate
 
69903 Anley Captain - 1832 26 December - 1832 GG
 
  Daniel McCullum per 'John' absconded from service
 
126361 Anley Captain - 1840 27 May Supreme Court SH
 
  Character witness for Obediah Davis who pleaded guilty of burglary
 
69074 Anley Captain Philip Nicoll - 1832 11 July Maitland 1832 GG
 
  Eliza Kirkpatrick per 'Eliza' assigned servant
 
69538 Anley Captain Philip Nicoll - 1832 5 December Maitland 1832 GG
 
  Eleanor Toohey per 'Southworth' assigned servant
 
100144 Anley Captain Philip Nicoll - - - Wood., W. Allan., 'Dawn in the Valley', the Story of Settlement in the Hunter River Valley., Wentworth books, Sydney, 1972
 
  Police Magistrate. pp., 260-61, 285, 295, 297
 
153601 Anley Captain Philip Nicoll and Harriot - 1844 27 February Maitland Australian Births and Baptisms - Family Search Historical Records
 
  Birth of Mary Anne, daughter of Philip Nicholl and Harriot Anley
 
153609 Anley Captain Philip Nicoll and Herriot - 1831 10 October Maitland Australian Births and Baptisms - Family Search Historical Records
 
  Birth of Charles, son of Philip Nichol and Herriott Anley
 
130050 Anley Captain Philip Nicolle - 1825 16 June - A List of Officers of the Army. Great Britain. War Office
 
  17th Regiment
 
23608 Anley Captain Phillip - 1834 Maitland Colonial Secretary Returns of the Colony
 
  Magistrate
 
22526 Anley Captain Phillip Nichol - 1833 Maitland Colonial Secretary Returns of the Colony
 
  Resident Magistrate
 
64805 Anley Captain Phillip Nicoll - 1831 3 May Maitland SG
 
  17th Regiment. Appointed Justice of the Peace and resident Magistrate
 
73238 Stanley Captain - 1850 20 March Sydney MM
 
  Death of Captain Stanley of the Rattlesnake. Died unexpectedly on board after an epileptic attack
 
 
 
 
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