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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
64475 Daly Constable Joseph - 1830 2 February Maitland SG
 
Appointed constable



18942 Daly Joseph - 1845 1 November Maitland MM
 
Three brick buildings belonging to Daly destroyed by fire



21562 Daly Joseph - 1833 August Maitland SG
 
Gave subscription to the Emigrant's Friend Society for the survivors of the Hibernia wreck



23758 Daly Joseph - 1834 29 March Maitland SG
 
Assigned a convict errand boy in January 1834



28599 Daly Joseph - 1831 8 January Hunter River SG
 
Special Constable and toll keeper at Maitland. Witness in trial of Edward Lloyd



65034 Daly Joseph - 1833 11 January Maitland Australian
 
Contributor to the Catholic chapel



93339 Daly Joseph - 1834 15 January Maitland GG 1834
 
Assigned a convict clock maker in November 1833



100272 Daly Joseph - - - Wood., W. Allan., 'Dawn in the Valley', the Story of Settlement in the Hunter River Valley., Wentworth books, Sydney, 1972
 
pp., 260, 261-62, 266, 277, 298-99



113223 Daly Joseph - - Maitland The Development of New England
 
Kept the toll bridge at Maitland for the Dumaresqs and became William Dumaresq's superintendent at Tilbuster station



119345 Daly Joseph - 1839 7 August Maitland GG 1839
 
Claim for land by Peter Reilly. This allotment authorised by Gov. Darling on 12 Nov 1831 to John Erskine now absent from the Colony, who sold to Joseph Daly who sold to Peter Reilly



83704 Daly (Daley) Joseph - 1851 28 May Armidale MM
 
Offering reward for information leading to recovery of missing horse. Reward to be paid by himself or Peter Daw of Muswellbrook




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