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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
80606 Giles Constable Thomas - 1850 11 December Black Creek MM
 
  Prisoner James Canain escaped from custody on the way from Muswellbrook to Maitland
 
96900 Giles Constable Thomas - 1853 8 January Singleton MM
 
  William Newman sentenced to 3mths imprisonment for assaulting Giles
 
99059 Giles Constable Thomas - 1853 13 April Singleton MM
 
  Thomas Crofts sentenced to 14 days imprisonment with hard labour for assaulting constable Giles
 
168752 Giles Constable Thomas - 19 December 1855 Singleton MM
 
  Thomas Dickson Saunders found guilty of the manslaughter of his wife Gwinnith Saunders by neglect. Witnesses Michael Cummins, ticket of leave holder; Michael Dunn, labourer; Richard Standing, sailmaker; Thomas Giles, constable; Dr. F. Calov; Dr. Glennie
 
13286 Giles Thomas - 1844 26 October Bligh County MM
 
  Obtained license to depasture stock beyond the limits of location
 
81201 Giles Thomas - 1851 11 January - MM
 
  Witness at trial of Lawrence Kenny
 
132605 Giles Thomas Hero of Malown 1839 - Warkworth Singleton Pioneer Register p. 37
 
  Born c 1817 Waterstock, Oxfordshire, son of Thomas giles and Catherine Woodbridge. Spouse Mary Steptown. See Pioneer Register for details of descendants
 
156598 Giles Thomas and Mary - 1848 30 July Warkworth Australian Births and Baptisms - Family Search Historical Records
 
  Baptism of Mary Ann, daughter of Thomas and Mary Giles (born 17 January 1848)
 
156600 Giles Thomas and Mary - 1847 17 June Warkworth Australian Births and Baptisms - Family Search Historical Records
 
  Baptism of Anne, daughter of Thomas and Mary Giles (born 8 April 1844)
 
156602 Giles Thomas and Mary - 1847 17 June Warkworth Australian Births and Baptisms - Family Search Historical Records
 
  Baptism of Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas and Mary Giles (born 12 November 1845)
 
171498 Giles Thomas and Mary Hero of Malown 1839 24 April 1839 - State Records Online Shipping List
 
  Thomas Giles age 21, labourer and Mary Giles age 18, farm servant from Oxfordshire emigrants on the Hero of Malown in 1839..http://tinyurl.com/l7cjhkk
 
 
 
 
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