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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
105825 Gardiner George - 1854 13 December Newcastle MM
 
Signed address to the Postmaster General, Sydney thanking him for allowing Campbell Pegus to resign from his position as Postmaster in Newcastle



106649 Gardiner George - 1853 Newcastle A voyage to Australia and NZ., J.A. Askew
 
Baker. Decorated a large warehouse in front of the premises of John Rogers. Intended to hold a ball on Christmas Eve



106653 Gardiner George - 1857 Newcastle A voyage to Australia and NZ., J.A. Askew
 
Entrusted with cooking poultry for the Christmas dinner of Michael Dwyer's family and only half roasted them



106654 Gardiner George - 1853 Newcastle A voyage to Australia and NZ., J.A. Askew
 
Entrusted with cooking poultry for the Christmas dinner of Michael Dwyer's family and only half roasted them



174691 Gardiner George Abel Gower 1836 25 April 1836 Port Jackson SH
 
Passengers on the Abel Gower from London included J.B. Richards Esq., and family; William Richards, Henry Perrier, W.H. Bean, Gilbert Wright, Sampson Rogers, John Smith, George Gardiner, Thomas Peck, Master William Ormiston



122493 Gardiner George Lady Harewood 1832 1842 18 November Maitland GG
 
Ticket of leave holder. Reported as a runaway in error



127199 Gardiner George Lady Harewood 1832 1840 21 October Maitland GG
 
Granted Ticket of Leave



146477 Gardiner George Lady Harewood 1832 1832 29 November Ravensworth SG
 
Carpenter. Assigned to William Barnes at Ravensworth



146480 Gardiner George Lady Harewood 1832 - - AO NSW Convict Indents. Fiche No. 682
 
Age 22. Bricklayer from Suffolk. Tried 21 July 1831 and sentenced to transportation for Life for highway robbery



26208 Gardiner (Gardener) George - 1847 6 January - MM
 
Sentenced to prison 1mth and fined for disobedience of orders and absconding from W.F. Gordon



32060 Gardiner (Gardener) George - 1847 5 June Black Creek MM
 
In service to Mr. Gordon. Imprisoned for misconduct. Attempted to seek employment with George Lloyd on his release



36659 Gardiner (Gardener) George - 1847 20 November West Maitland MM
 
Subscription towards repairs for St. Mary's Church




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