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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
162306 Fawcett Constable George - 19 June 1838 Patrick Plains Threlkeld's Journal
  Gave evidence re native girls who were accompanying A.A. Co., drays northward. http://www.newcastle.edu.au/Resources/Divisions/Academic/Library/Cultural%20Collections/pdf/Threlkeld-Journal.pdf p292
81585 Fawcett George - 1838 7 November - SC
  Constable and scourger at Patrick Plains. Apprehended Thomas Saunders near Hickson's Creek
160943 Fawcett George - 1844 4 August St. James Sydney Australian Births and Baptisms - Family Search Historical Records
  Baptism of George, son of Richard and Euphemia Fawcett (born 19 June 1844)
67988 Fawcett George Susan 1834 1838 28 November Patrick Plains GG
  Granted Ticket of Leave
109491 Fawcett George Susan 1834 1837 Patrick Plains GRC
  Ticket of leave holder. Tried in Durham. Employed as Scourger
160900 Fawcett George Susan 1834 24 October 1839 - AO NSW. Bench of Magistrates, Newcastle & Hunter. Film 680
  Ticket of Leave holder. Helenus Scott considered his life in danger after being threatened by Fawcett
160940 Fawcett George Susan 1834 2 February 1836 Maitland Quarter Sessions Maitland Quarter Sessions Feb 1836 - May 36. MF 2409
  George Fawcett per 'Susan' and William McIntosh per 'Surry' found not guilty of killing a calf belonging to James Glennie. Witness at trial Ishmael Jones, government servant assigned to James Black
170828 Fawcett George Susan 1834 20 March 1841 Newcastle gaol Gaol Entrance Books. State Archives NSW; Item: 2/2020; Roll: 757 Ancestry
  Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Singleton on a charge of felony. To be sent for trial
68050 Fawcite (Fawcett) Constable George - 1838 19 December Patrick Plains GG
  Appointed constable