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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
53297 Gosling Constable Robert - 1840 December - An Organised Banditti, p.92
 
Farm constable and lockup keeper at Belford



140285 Gosling Constable Robert - 1839 29 August Patrick Plains Newcastle & Hunter River Bench Books. AONSW Reel 680
 
Apprehended Thomas Stanley who had absconded from James McDougall



53296 Gosling Constable Robert Planter 1832 1840 December - An Organised Banditti, pp.91, 201
 
Dragged from coach and assaulted by bushrangers



52338 Gosling Robert - 1836 26 January Newcastle BB
 
Wardsman at Newcastle hospital. Witness in Robinson/ Sullivan court case



54014 Gosling Robert - 1837 10 January Newcastle BB
 
Overseer at lower hospital. Witness in court case involving William Hanbridge



107536 Gosling Robert - 1846 2 January Newcastle (hospital) Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Burials p16
 
Ticket of leave holder. Died aged 35. Burial date



54230 Gosling Robert Planter 1832 1840 December - An Organised Banditti, p.201
 
Born in Essex in 1805. Transported for stealing a brass boiler. Farmer's labourer. On the Darlington mail coach when it was robbed by bushrangers



107537 Gosling Robert Planter 1832 1837 Newcastle GRC
 
Tried in Essex. Ticket of leave holder aged 31 employed at Newcastle Hospital



113492 Gosling Robert Planter 1832 1837 11 March Newcastle SG
 
Granted Ticket of Leave



124969 Gosling Robert Planter 1832 1837 21 November Newcastle Newcastle Bench Books. AONSW Reel 2722
 
Ticket of leave holder for Patrick Plains district. Received a 5 day pass to proceed to his district



132621 Gosling Robert Planter 1832 - Singleton Singleton Pioneer Register p. 38
 
Born c 1805 in Essex, England. Spouse Margaret McConnell. No issue



146588 Gosling Robert Planter 1832 - - AO NSW Convict Indents. Fiche No.683
 
Age 27. Reads. Farmer's labourer from Essex. Tried 5 March 1832 and sentenced to 7 years transportation for stealing a brass boiler



163397 Gosling Robert Planter 1832 1839 Patrick Plains Application to Marry
 
Margaret McConnell per 'Diana' application to marry Robert Gosling per 'Planter'



180619 Gosling Robert Planter 1832 23 October 1835 Newcastle Newcastle Court of Petty Sessions, Bench Books, 1833-1836 (Ancestry)
 
John Mills per Marquis of Huntley, assigned to Rev. Threlkeld, charged with theft....Daniel Sullivan, Asia 1831, attached to the road party, being duly sworn says...I was discharged from the hospital on the 11 th last and got my pass to proceed to the gang. I went to Mr. Craig for a knife which the senior Wardsman had in charge. On making a search in the drawers, Mr. Craig could not find it. Having seen the room where I was lying sick, a knife very like mine and which the prisoner had sold to another patient. I told Mr. Craig, who ordered a search to be made. I told him it was of no use as I knew the knife was hidden. Before I was discharged I was present when the prisoner was offered by the patient alluded to have the knife returned for five pence and a loaf of bread. As he said there would be a row about it. When Mr. Brooks heard of the circumstances he sent me for a constable to take the prisoner into custody. On my returning the wardsman and the prisoner at the bar met me and they said the knife could not be found but offered me eight pence to hold my tongue. I have not got the knife since. Robert Gosling per Planter, assigned to Alexander Busby, and now a patient in the hospital being sworn...The prisoner at the bar offered me a knife for sale some time ago, which I bought for six pence. It was a sailors knife with a square top to the blade.....Mr. Robert Craig, Superintendent of the Hospital, testified...The prisoner at the bar has access to the dispensary every day, in a drawer in which room the knife was kept. He had no knife of his own to the best of my belief. Sullivan told me he had seen this knife in the prisoners possession. I asked the prisoner if he had taken the knife, he replied yes. I then ordered him never to come again into the dispensary as I would not have a thief there....No defence. John Mills acknowledged the theft and was sentenced to receive twenty five lashes




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