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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
71570 Gallaghan (Gallagher) James Isabella 1831 20 October Newcastle Application to marry
 
  Ticket of leave holder. Application to marry Catherine Cummins
 
181069 Gallaghar (Gallagher) (Gallaghan) James - 18 December 1824 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
 
  Richard Kay per Eliza, William Still per Guildford, James McGuire per Recovery and William Courtney per Castle Forbes, all in government service, charged with quitting their gang during working hours without leave. James Gallaghan, the overseer of the road party states...The prisoners quitted their gangs yesterday without eave and came into the town notwithstanding my forbidding them. Sentenced to 25 lashes each
 
181111 Gallaghar (Gallagher) (Gallaghan) James - 15 March 1825 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
 
  John McGuire per Recovery and Michael Townsend per Dick both in service to government, charged with gambling and absenting themselves from the huts of the road party to which they belong.....James Gallaghar, overseer of the road party states....I saw the two prisoners yesterday throwing up farthings. They had seven or eight dumps on one side and a shirt and jacket on the other. They were evidently gambling. I have a great deal of trouble with them. On Saturday they absented themselves from the huts with two others and did not return until the following morning. Patrick Nalty, one of the road party gang, corroborates the evidence of Gallaghar in respect to the gaming. John McGuire and Michael Townsend sentenced to 50 lashes each
 
181115 Gallaghar (Gallagher) (Gallaghan) James - 15 March 1825 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
 
  Edward Mens per Adamant and Charles Wood per Princess Royal, both in service to government, charged with absenting themselves from their gang. James Gallaghar, overseer of the road party states....the two prisoners accompanied by John McGuire and Michael Townsend absented themselves from the hut on Saturday evening last and did not return until the following morning. The prisoners deny being absent and accuse the overseer of ill-treating them. Edward Mens and Charles Wood sentenced to 50 lashes each
 
181123 Gallaghar (Gallagher) (Gallaghan) James - 15 March 1825 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
 
  Patrick Fitzsimmonds, William Fry, William Penny, William Steel, Richard Darlington charged with neglect of work and absenting themselves from their gang. James Gallaghar, overseer of the road party states....These men are part of my gang. On Saturday morning they left me in a body to come into the town. I cannot get them to perform their task or to pay any attention to what I say to them. The prisoners generally complain of ill-usage on the part of the overseer. Sentenced to 50 lashes each
 
47074 Gallagher Constable James - 1831 13 September Maitland SG
 
  Resigned from position of Constable
 
104930 Gallagher Constable James - 1832 15 December Maitland SG
 
  Constable at Maitland. Witness at the trial of bushrangers Steele, Ryan, Mcgrath
 
47144 Gallagher Constable James Isabella 1823 1831 18 October Newcastle SG
 
  Appointed Constable. Ticket of leave holder
 
5645 Gallagher James - 1830 Maitland R v Ryan, Steel, McGrath, Daley
 
  Constable at Maitland
 
30682 Gallagher James - 1847 12 May New England MM
 
  Unclaimed letter held in Sydney Post Office
 
101409 Gallagher James - 1832 15 December Maitland SG
 
  Witness at the trial of Samuel Ryan, William Steel, Thomas McGrath and Patrick Daley who were charged the murder of John McIntyre
 
166099 Gallagher James - 9 August 1845 Maitland Registers of Coroners' Inquests and Magisterial Inquiries (Ancestry)
 
  Free by servitude. Died of apoplexy
 
71396 Gallagher James Isabella 1818 1830 12 February Maitland Application to marry
 
  Ticket of leave holder aged 37. Application to marry Margaret Ryan
 
101407 Gallagher (Gallaghar) James Isabella 1831 Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle p30
 
  Marriage of James Gallagher aged 30 and Catherine Cummins aged 19
 
181064 Gallagher (Gallaghar) (Gallaghan) James - 18 December 1824 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
 
  William Barnes in the service of government, charged for refusing work and insolence to his overseer. Proved on the evidence of the overseer James Gallaghan. Sentenced to 50 lashes mitigated to 25 lashes
 
61921 Gallagher (Gallaghar) (Galtaghan) James Isabella 1818 1819 10 April Newcastle SG
 
  Absconded from Newcastle Settlement
 
66966 Whelan (Gallagher) James Mangles 1828 1838 30 May Maitland GG
 
  Obtained ticket of leave
 
163657 Whelan (Gallagher) James Mangles 1828 12 July 1842 East Maitland Application to Marry
 
  James Whelan age 42 arrivedd per 'Mangles' application to marry Bridget Flynn aged 30 arrived per 'Forth'. Granted
 
181349 Whelan (or Gallagher) James - 1828 - Convict Indents. State Archives NSW. Microfiche 669. (Ancestry)
 
  Age 28. Native place Derry. Occupation lamplighter and labourer. Tried in Dublin 1 November 1827 and sentenced to transportation for life for house robbery. Assigned to James Kelly at Hunter River on arrival
 
 
 
 
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