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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
4660 Cornelious (Cornelius) Richard - 1842 26 March East Maitland HRG
 
  Subscribed to immigrants home
 
43583 Cornelious (Cornelius) Richard - 1842 9 April Maitland HRG
 
  With James Wolfe, leasing stockyards lately occupied by the Hunter River Auction Company. Trespassers prosecuted
 
43585 Cornelious (Cornelius) Richard - 1842 9 April Maitland HRG
 
  Auctioneer
 
48292 Cornelious (Cornelius) Richard - 1842 1 October East Maitland BR
 
  Auctioneer Morpeth. Died aged 33. Buried in Glebe Cemetery
 
59584 Cornelious (Cornelius) Richard - 1841 11 December Morpeth HRG
 
  St. Michael's store ship to be sold by Cornelious after capsizing
 
63816 Cornelious (Cornelius) Richard - 1840 4 March West Maitland Commercial Journal
 
  Sold the St. Michael Store Ship for the purpose of taking over the Albion Inn
 
74103 Cornelious (Cornelius) Richard - 1842 4 May Sydney CO
 
  Insolvency proceedings
 
88386 Cornelious (Cornelius) Richard - 1841 20 March Hunter River FP
 
  F.B. Thurtel lessee of St. Michael storeship. To carry on the business of a general stores as formerly done by Richard Cornelius
 
120476 Cornelious (Cornelius) Richard - 1841 29 June - GG
 
  Supreme Court action Richard Cornelius (Plaintiff) and Phillip Wright & Edward Sparke the younger(Defenants)
 
121812 Cornelius Richard - 1838 8 May Campbelltown The Australian
 
  Late master of the Experiment steamer. Marriage of Ann Perkins and Richard Cornelius 1st May 1838
 
122099 Cornelius Richard - 1842 6 October Morpeth SMH
 
  Died on 1st October aged 33
 
165902 Cornelius Richard - 2 October 1842 Maitland Registers of Coroners' Inquests and Magisterial Inquiries (Ancestry)
 
  Died of natural causes
 
 
 
 
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