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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
13387 Birrell James - 1844 26 October Newcastle MM
  Indentured servant to Aust. Ag. Co. Took Croasdill to Court for non-payment of wages
13388 Birrell James - 1844 26 October Newcastle MM
  Miner. Sentenced to 1 month in Newcastle gaol for neglect of duty in A.A. Co. mine.
45021 Birrell James - 1848 13 September Newcastle MM
  Ten years old. Sister indecently assaulted by David Thomas
54960 Birrell James - 1843 29 July Newcastle MM
  Immigrant employed by A.A. Co. Dismissed by W. Croasdill for failing to fill coal skips adequately.
102921 Birrell James - 1883 2 June West Maitland MM
  Granted publican's license for the Adelphi Hotel, West Maitland
105747 Birrell James - 1854 13 December Newcastle MM
  Signed address to the Postmaster General, Sydney thanking him for allowing Campbell Pegus to resign from his position as Postmaster in Newcastle
106878 Birrell James - 1855 9 May Newcastle MM
  Presented Rev. William Savigny with a testimonial of a silver salver and 40 sovereigns in gratitude for his ministerial labours and gratuitous devotion to service
116807 Birrell James - 1916 5 April Campbells Hill Burial Ground Maitland Burial Records
  Died age 77
174286 Birrell James - 1855 Address - dwelling house, Potteries, Newcastle NMH
  On a list of electors in the police district of Newcastle who had the right to vote for elections in the county of Northumberland in 1855. Printed in the Newcastle Morning Herald 11 October 1911
30362 Birrell James Richard Webb 1840 - - Pure Merinos and Others
  From Scotland. Employed by Australian Agricultural Company as miner. Promoted to Asistant Overseer
145925 Birrell James junior and senior - 1864 22 September Plattsburg MM
  James Birrell senior employed as miner. Insolvency proceedings