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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
141095 Connelly (Connolly) James - 1843 12 April Newcastle SMH
 
Died about 8th November 1831 in Sydney. Late a free settler. Intestate estate



71188 Connelly (Connolly) James Providence 1811 1819 Oct - Dec Newcastle Convict Settlement
 
Overseer, stone masons



17552 Connolly James - 1833 12 January Maitland SG
 
Deceased estate in care of Registrar of Court



32673 Connolly James - 1828 Newcastle 1828 Census
 
Sarah Cahill aged 7 residing with Connolly



42659 Connolly James - 1828 Newcastle 1828 Census
 
Employed ticket of leave holder John Smith per 'Recovery'



48279 Connolly James - 1840 9 February East Maitland BR
 
Died aged 18mths. Son of a blacksmith. Buried in Glebe Cemetery



68224 Connolly James - 1828 Newcastle 1828 Census
 
Rose Quin employed as housekeeper



78383 Connolly James - 1826 23 August Newcastle Australian
 
Acquitted on a charge of assault



120225 Connolly James - 1841 9 April Watt Street Newcastle Allotment 10 GG
 
Claim for Deed of Grant. 36 perches. The title to this land commences with the permissive occupancies granted when Newcastle was a penal settlement. In June 1815 it was registered for Bridgeet Moore, who sold to Samuel Levy who sold to James Connolly. The Sheriff sold to Hillier from whom it passed to Phelps and Kemp and so to James Reid (claimant)



93616 Connolly James James Pattison 1830 1834 2 April Williams River GG 1834
 
Labourer aged 24 from County Meath. Ruddy much freckled compl., light brown hair, hazel eyes; absconded from George Mossman 17 February



36844 Connolly James Providence 1811 1814 23 November Newcastle CSI
 
On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per 'Estramina'



36845 Connolly James Providence 1811 1816 Newcastle CSI
 
Runaway to be returned to Newcastle



36846 Connolly James Providence 1811 1817 January Newcastle CSI
 
On monthly return of prisoners punished at Newcastle



36847 Connolly James Providence 1811 1823 10 January Newcastle CSI
 
Principal overseer of Macquarie Pier construction Newcastle



36848 Connolly James Providence 1811 1824 Hunter River CSI
 
Land at Hunter River



43541 Connolly James Providence 1811 1828 Newcastle 1828 Census
 
Settler aged 45. Came Free



174055 Connolly James Providence 1811 17 November 1823 Newcastle Colonial Secretarys Papers. F. Goulburn to James Connolly. Memorials to the Governor 1810 - 1825
 
The Survey of Newcastle being complete there exists no objections to your obtaining on lease the allotment No. 10 George Street Newcastle which you solicit. There is a prior applicant for No. 10 allotment though it is at present reserved to the Crown, being partly occupied by a Gaol building viz. the penitentiary or barrack



174056 Connolly James Providence 1811 10 January 1823 Newcastle Memorials to the Governor 1810 - 1825.
 
The Memorial of James Connolly, an emancipated overseer in the service of government at Newcastle. Had been entrusted as Principal Overseer of the men employed in the construction of the Macquarie Pier for the previous four years.



4618 Connolly (Connelly) James James Pattison 1830 1842 26 March Raymond Terrace HRG
 
Assigned to George Mossman 1830. Obtained T of L for Raymond Terrace 1842




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