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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
155574 Arnold Ellen Augusta and William Munnings - 1846 9 January Butterwick Australian Births and Baptisms - Family Search Historical Records
 
  Baptism of Charlotte Ellen, daughter of Ellen Augusta and William Munnings Arnold (born 27 November 1845)
 
11036 Arnold William Manning - 1844 23 March Paterson MM
 
  Claimed damaged of 1000 against Major Johnstone, for illegally arresting him after he removed windows from Dr. Colemans cottage.
 
11037 Arnold William Manning - 1844 23 March Paterson MM
 
  Taken in Mr. Keppies van from Paterson to Maitland in handcuffs then marched to Newcastle gaol.
 
45743 Arnold William Mannings Montague - 1843 2 September Paterson MM
 
  Insolvency proceedings
 
32480 Arnold William Munnings - 1847 3 July Paterson MM
 
  Offering reward for stolen horse
 
41756 Arnold William Munnings - 1848 27 May Paterson MM
 
  Patrick Gleeson and William Cotter, brickmakers, absconded from employment
 
41759 Arnold William Munnings - 1848 27 May Carlton Cottage MM
 
  Working bullocks for sale
 
55331 Arnold William Munnings - 1849 12 May Paterson MM
 
  Giving notice that James Giles and John Shaw, brickmaker and bricklayer had absconded from hired service
 
55835 Arnold William Munnings - 1849 9 June Paterson MM
 
  Advertising for brickmakers to make one hundred thousand bricks
 
58312 Arnold William Munnings - 1849 19 September - MM
 
  Charged of larceny dismissed by the court
 
72326 Arnold William Munnings - 1850 23 January Stradbroke MM
 
  Notice that no unpaid letters would be received
 
72439 Arnold William Munnings - 1850 2 February - MM
 
  John Kneller committed for stealing a pick axe and hoe from Arnold
 
73466 Arnold William Munnings - 1850 3 April Paterson MM
 
  John Kneeler found not guilty of stealing an axe, hoe and a hook belonging to Arnold
 
73468 Arnold William Munnings - 1850 3 April Paterson MM
 
  Joseph Hughes employed making bricks for Arnold
 
73537 Arnold William Munnings - 1850 10 April - MM
 
  Charged by James Shaw under the Masters and Servant Act after he refused to pay Shaw for bricks made. Case dismissed as the contract had not been complete
 
74900 Arnold William Munnings - 1850 22 May - MM
 
  William M. Arnold charged Joseph Hughes and James Shaw under the Masters & Servants Act after they failed to complete a contract to make 100,000 bricks
 
74973 Arnold William Munnings - 1850 29 May - MM
 
  Joseph Hughes and James Shaw imprisoned 14 days for breach of agreement with Arnold
 
75294 Arnold William Munnings - 1850 22 June Paterson MM
 
  Clerk of the Course, Paterson Annual Races
 
75502 Arnold William Munnings - 1850 10 August Stradbroke MM
 
  Cautioning not to employ James Shaw and Joseph Hughes, brickmakers, as they had absconded from employment
 
76462 Arnold William Munnings - 1850 28 August - MM
 
  Joseph Hughes sentenced to 1mth imprisonment for breach of Masters & Servants act by leaving his employment with Arnold
 
 
 
 
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