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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
10452 Harlock Robert - 1841 Newcastle District 1841 Census Index
 
  Bolton Street, Newcastle 34
 
19016 Harlock Robert - 1845 8 November Newcastle MM
 
  Expressing regret that Peter Grant's seat in Legislative Council declared vacant
 
43842 Harlock Robert - 1835 18 December Newcastle BB
 
  Assigned to James Reid
 
180366 Harlock Robert - 13 April 1848 Newcastle Newcastle Court of Petty Sessions Letter Book
 
  Correspondence re Bond for a contract undertaken by Robert Harlock for supplying water and conveying coals to the Newcastle Gaol which was delayed because James Reid on of the sureties decided not to become a party to the venture because Harlock had neither horse or bullock teams nor carriages to perform the work
 
52473 Harlock Robert Captain Cook 1833 1836 1 March Newcastle BB
 
  Assigned to James Reid. Charged with being drunk, absent from his work and insolence. 50 lashes
 
91748 Harlock Robert Captain Cook 1833 1838 22 September Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Marriages p77
 
  Marriage of Robert Harlock to Margaret Bentley. Minister Rev. Wilton. Witnesses Thomas Kittridge and Anne Burrows
 
125004 Harlock Robert Captain Cook 1833 1837 8 December Newcastle Newcastle Bench Books. AONSW Reel 2722
 
  Assigned to James Reid. Sentenced to 50 lashes for drunkenness. John Ward witness
 
167694 Harlock Robert Captain Cook 1833 1833 - AO NSW Bound manuscript indents Microfiche 687
 
  Age 26. Reads and writes. Bricklayer from Kent. Tried Middlsex 30 January 1833 and sentenced to 7 years transportation for stealing glass. Sandy whiskers, scar left cheek.Ruddy complexion..
 
180472 Harlock Robert Captain Cook 1833 17 August 1835 Newcastle Newcastle Court of Petty Sessions, Bench Books, 1833-1836 (Ancestry)
 
  John Morris per Asia, James Mills per Captain Cook and Robert Harlock per Captain Cook all assigned to James Reid Esq., charged with being out after hours...Constable William Rouse testified...On Saturday night at ten oclock I was going by the house of William Turvey and heard the voice of Morris. I knocked at the door. Turvey answered and asked who was there. I told him Rouse the Constable. He said he would not let me in and that he would not open the door for any body. We waited outside the door behind the paling in a few minutes after he opened the door and let the prisoners out. We pursued and took them as they were going towards their homes and put them in the watch house. All found guilty. Mills was sentenced to twenty lashes; Morris and Harlock were sentenced to thirty five lashes each. In consequence of the scourger Bray having absconded, the above punishment is remitted to twenty four hours in solitary confinement in the cells. Magistrate Thomas Gibson
 
180475 Harlock Robert Captain Cook 1833 21 August 1835 Newcastle Newcastle Court of Petty Sessions, Bench Books, 1833-1836 (Ancestry)
 
  Robert Harlock assigned to James Reid charged with disobedience...James Reid testified ....Yesterday evening I again spoke to the prisoner to discontinue his practice of working for the people of the town it being impossible that he could work for me and them also, and desired him to go to his hut where he turned round and said he would only do government work for me as much as to say if I did not allow him to work for the people of the town I should be the sufferer. It was done in a threatening manner. Harlock admonished and discharged
 
144005 Harlock Robert and Margaret - 1841 31 October Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Baptisms p. 6
 
  Baptism of Robert Edward, son of Robert (bricklayer) and Margaret Harlock
 
 
 
 
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