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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
75560 Canvin Mrs. Robert - 1850 17 August - MM
 
William Burgess fined 1s for assulting Mrs. Robert Canvin by pushing her between a gate and fence



15197 Canvin Robert - 1845 8 March - MM
 
Subscription for the repair of the Maitland to Morpeth road



19042 Canvin Robert - 1845 15 November Morpeth MM
 
Proprieter of punt



22119 Canvin Robert - 1846 30 May Morpeth MM
 
Witness in Court case of Joseph Trucklebank



33588 Canvin Robert - 1847 7 August Maitland MM
 
Donated 2/6- to the Irish and Scottish Relief Fund



37755 Canvin Robert - 1848 12 January Morpeth MM
 
Subscriber for the widow of James McDonald who was drowned at the H.R.S.N. Company's wharf in October



51377 Canvin Robert - 1849 17 February Hinton MM
 
Taking over the Hinton Hotel lately occupied by Charles Bryant



55571 Canvin Robert - 1849 30 May Maitland MM
 
Cornelious Mayall charged with stealing boots from Canvin's parlour



56723 Canvin Robert - 1849 14 July Hinton MM
 
Cornelious Mayall sentenced to work in irons for 12mths for stealing boots belonging to Canvin



57110 Canvin Robert - 1849 4 August Hinton MM
 
Leased the Hinton punt for 220 pounds per annum



72366 Canvin Robert - 1850 26 January Morpeth and Paterson MM
 
Conveyance of post office mail



75480 Canvin Robert - 1850 7 August Hinton MM
 
Formerly lesee of the Hinton Punt. Charged with breach of the Tolls Act by William Burgess



75549 Canvin Robert - 1850 17 August Hinton MM
 
Charged by William Burgess with breach of the Tolls Act by taking off passengers from the steamer as she came up the river and landing them at his own wharf. Case dismissed



75552 Canvin Robert - 1850 17 August Hinton MM
 
William Burgess charged Robert Canvin with breach of the Tolls Act by sending his man across the river in a boat and bringing a passenger, milkman Jeremiah Williamson. Canvin fined 5s and costs



75556 Canvin Robert - 1850 17 August Hinton MM
 
William Burgess charged Robert Canvin with using obscene language in a public place. Canvin fined 20s and costs



75558 Canvin Robert - 1850 17 August - MM
 
William Burgess charged Robert Canvin with inciting him to a breach of the peace by provoking language and by threatening him. Case dismissed



78280 Canvin Robert - 1850 14 September East Maitland MM
 
Appointed committee member at anti transportation meeting held at the court house



79239 Canvin Robert - 1850 5 October Hinton MM
 
Nearly every pane of glass in his house broken in a hail storm



81022 Canvin Robert - 1851 4 January From and to Morpeth and Paterson MM
 
Won contract for Conveyance of post office mails by one or two horse mail cart



81768 Canvin Robert - 1851 8 February Maitland MM
 
Testified at the committal hearing of John Doe




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