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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
61004 Bishop Constable Thomas - 1827 15 January Newcastle SG
 
  Dismissed from position of constable for drunkenness. Replaced by J.B. Hewson
 
117659 Bishop Constable Thomas - 1839 1 May Butterwick GG 1839
 
  Appointed Constable from 1st May
 
182043 Bishop Constable Thomas - 18 August 1826 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
 
  John McNichol, in service of Charles Griffiths charged with theft and absconding from his masters service. Charles Griffiths states - the prisoner was assigned to me last week. I purchased a pair of shoes for him, for which I paid twelve shillings; I also gave him a blanket. On Tuesday last he absconded from my farm taking away the blanket and shoes. I also lost at the same time a bag, a knife, 2 balls of cotton, 3 silver spoons about ten pounds of flour and seven pounds of beef. I cannot say the prisoner stole these articles but they disappeared about the same time that he did. Thomas Bishop constable, being sworn states - I was sent in pursuit of the prisoner. On my way to Wallis Plains I met Mr. Sparke s shepherd who told me that McNichol had been at his hut and had exchanged with him a blanket for a shirt. I took the blanket form him. He told me McNichol had gone to Wallis Plains. I followed and found him there and took him into custody. I was assisted in the pursuit by two black natives. I took the shirt from him. That and the blanket are those before the court. The shoes now produced were on his feet at the time I took him. The prisoner admits having taken the blanket and shoes - states they were given to him by Mr. Griffiths. Denies knowledge of the other articles. John McNichol sentenced to 3 years in a penal settlement
 
182094 Bishop Constable Thomas - 15 September 1826 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
 
  Maria Bishop, prisoner of the Crown residing with her husband, charged with disorderly conduct. Chief Constable George Muir states - I saw Maria Bishop in company with some men at Menzlaer s house. She had been drinking. I know her to be quarrelsome if in the least intoxicated. She and her husband frequently quarrel. Constable Thomas Bishop states - I was absent on duty on the morning of the 12th September. On my return home being a little indisposed I lay down on my bed. My wife (Maria Bishop) was at home at the time. As soon as I fell asleep she went away from the house locking me in. On awaking and finding what had happened I made my way out at the window and went in search of my wife whom I found in company with some men at Menzlaers. I desired her to go home when two of the men struck me. John Mentzlaer states - Maria Bishop was at my house with my wife. They were taking a glass of peppermint together. Her husband came and ordered her home and because she did not move immediately he struck her. The prisoner throws herself on the mercy of the court. Maria Bishop sentenced to 3 months to the Parramatta Factory House of Correction
 
182194 Bishop Constable Thomas - 30 October 1826 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
 
  Johanna Lane per ship Woodman, in government service, charged with riotous and disorderly conduct. Constable William Turvey states - Yesterday in the afternoon about three o clock, I was directed by the Chief Constable to proceed to the lodgings of the prisoner at Robert Young s house where there had been a disturbance. I went and took her into custody. She was slightly intoxicated; she went with me to the watch house without hesitation. There were other persons in the house at the time and there was liquor on the table. Thomas Bishop, a constable states - I went to Young s house yesterday for some provisions for a prisoner in the watch house. Whilst there Johanna Lane came from a back room complaining that she had been struck by one of Mr. Dun s servants. I enquired for him but was informed he had gone to the Chief Constable to prefer a complaint on his part. I did not see the prisoner drink any liquor whilst I was in the house, but she appeared to have drank more than she ought. The prisoner states. The constables mistake in saying I was tipsy. I had received a blow on the face from one of Mr. Dun s servants which swelled it. I did not throw a stone at Mr. Dun s servant. Johanna Lane sentenced to 4 days solitary confinement
 
182321 Bishop Constable Thomas - 30 December 1826 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
 
  Thomas Bishop charged with drunkenness and neglect of duty, dismissed from his situation
 
182459 Bishop Mrs. (?Thomas) - 27 March 1827 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
 
  William Jones per ship Hebe, in government service, charged with drunkenness and riotous conduct. Francis McNamara, constable, states - On Friday near midnight, the wife of Bishop came to me and stated that the prisoner had forced her door. I went and examined it and found it to be the case. The prisoner just after came round the end of the house and struck her and knocked her down. I attempted to take him into custody when he grappled with me and bit my lip, but I succeeded in taking him to the watch house. Question from the prisoner to witness - Answered - I was neither drunk nor sober. Constable Thomas Dwyer, states - I did not see Jones strike Macnamara. Jones was drunk when brought to the watch house. I did not see McNamara strike him. John Broadbent (free man) states - I was not present at the commencement of the disturbance between Jones and Macnamara, but immediately after it began, I saw them both on the ground I helped to take Jones to the watch house. William Jones in defence states I admit that I was drunk and did not know what I was about but Macnamara was drunk also. William Jones sentenced to 7 days solitary confinement
 
10888 Bishop Thomas - 1841 Raymond Terrace 1841 Census Index
 
  Co. Gloucester, District Raymond Terrace
 
62327 Bishop Thomas - 1825 16 May Newcastle CSI
 
  Re permission to marry at Newcastle
 
85856 Bishop Thomas - 1851 17 September St. Aubins MM
 
  Campaigning for Rev. Dr. Lang to represent the counties of Brisbane, Bligh and Phillip in the Legislative Council
 
91561 Bishop Thomas - 1837 24 April Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Baptisms p29
 
  Son of Thomas and Mary. Baptism
 
99653 Bishop Thomas - 1853 30 April Paterson MM
 
  Unclaimed letter in Post Office, Sydney (in 1853)
 
133202 Bishop Thomas - 1838 21 July Newcastle Newcastle Bench Books. AONSW Reel 2722
 
  Ticket of leave holder of Maitland. Witness at the trial of John Harris
 
153688 Bishop Thomas - 1860 18 June Scone Australian Deaths and Burials. Family Search Historical Records
 
  Died aged 72
 
153825 Bishop Thomas - 1846 12 October Scone Australian Marriages - FamilySearch Historical Records
 
  Marriage of Thomas Bishop and Ann Worley (?Morley)
 
153827 Bishop Thomas - 1825 7 August Newcastle Australian Marriages - FamilySearch Historical Records
 
  Marriage of Thomas Bishop and Maria Raven (alias Williams)
 
153832 Bishop Thomas - 1840 8 July Eldon NSW Australian Marriages - FamilySearch Historical Records
 
  Marriage of Thomas Bishop and Serenah Millam (Milham)
 
165740 Bishop Thomas - 9 March 1840 Paterson Registers of Coroners' Inquests and Magisterial Inquiries (Ancestry)
 
  Thomas Bishop, John Jones and Alice Jones all accidentally drowned
 
176478 Bishop Thomas - 1846 St. Lukes Church, Scone The Scone Advocate 25 October 1940
 
  James, son of Thomas Bishop, nailmaker, baptised at St. Lukes Church, Scone
 
22315 Bishop Thomas Albion 1828 1833 10 October Maitland SG
 
  Obtained Ticket of Leave
 
 
 
 
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