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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
64254 Hewson Constable John Butler - 1827 13 July Newcastle SG
  Appointed constable in room of John Mentzlaer
182420 Hewson Constable John Butler - 3 March 1827 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
  James Hogan appointed ordinary constable in the room of John Butler Hewson, who was removed to the interior
52665 Hewson Constable John Butler Mangles 1820 1828 21 January Newcastle SG
  T/L holder. Appointed constable in place of Thomas Lawson who was removed
61003 Hewson Constable John Butler Mangles 1820 1827 15 January Newcastle SG
  Appointed Constable in room of Thomas Bishop who was dismissed for drunkenness
84825 Hewson J.B - 1851 9 August Newcastle MM
  Present at meeting at the Shipp Inn to form committee to secure to election of Edward Flood in the Legislative Council
84869 Hewson J.B - 1851 9 August Newcastle MM
  Requesting that Edward Flood nominate for representation in the Legislative council
181575 Hewson James - 19 December 1825 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
  Peter Ryan, in government service, charged with theft... William Ogilvie states...some months since I was permitted to lodge some casks containing various articles in the Commissariat stores of which the prisoner is cooper. I had occasion to open one of the casks containing ironmongery shortly after and employed the prisoner whilst he was at work. I heard a jingling noise and looking down I discovered some tin cans. I thought they might have fallen out accidentally and therefore had them returned. I did not miss anything at the time. The candlestick now before the court is mine, it was in the cask that I had opened. Mr. Ogilvie having given this evidence withdrew. James Hewson states...I purchased the candlesticks now before the court some time since from Peter Ryan. I gave him a half pint of rum. It was very rusty when I bought it. Ryan had another like it in his possession. Thomas Liddell states. - I was present when Ryan sold the candlestick to Hewson. He had two with him. The prisoner states - I found the candlesticks in the store covered with rust. I did not think them of any value. I was permitted to take them by the storekeeper. Peter Ryan sentenced to 3 years to a penal settlement
181592 Hewson James Surry 1823 26 June 1823 - CSI
  Assigned to William Bell Carlyle.
181593 Hewson James Surry 1823 6 August 1823 - CSI
  Convict servant of Francis Little. To be victualled from the store at Liverpool for six months
181594 Hewson James Surry 1823 4 November 1825 Newcastle CSI
  Convict servant of Dr. Carlyle. To be victualled from the store at Newcastle for six months
54832 Hewson John - 1843 15 July Maitland MM
  Sentenced to transportation to penal settlement for receiving goods stolen by Ellen Burridge
106509 Hewson John - 1844 April Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Marriages p20
  Marraige of John Hewson aged 46 (free emigrant) and Sarah Norton aged 28 ( free emigrant). Witnesses John Christian and Bridget Macgrae of Newcastle
174379 Hewson John - 1855 Freehold. Address - near Honeysuckle Point NMH
  On a list of electors in the police district of Newcastle who had the right to vote for elections in the county of Northumberland in 1855. Printed in the Newcastle Morning Herald 18 October 1911
181081 Hewson John Mangles 1820 7 January 1825 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
  1. John Hewson per Mangles, in the service of government. Charged with being out of barracks at unseasonable hours. Admonished not to repeat the offence
169106 Hewson John Morley 22 December 1841 Newcastle gaol State Archives NSW. Gaol Entrance Books, 1818-1930; Item: 2/2020; Roll: 757. (Ancestry)
  Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Singleton district. To be sent for trial for robbery and forgery.
5623 Hewson John Butler - 1830 Newcastle R v Ryan, Steel, McGrath, Daley. SC
  Gaoler at Newcastle
5955 Hewson John Butler - 1831 14 January Newcastle R v Young Hooper & Battie. SC
  Constable at Newcastle
11949 Hewson John Butler - 1844 22 June Newcastle MM
  Publicans license granted for the Woolpack Inn, Bolton Street.
12334 Hewson John Butler - 1844 20 July Newcastle MM
  Formerly of Union Inn. Recommenced business in newly erected Woolpack Inn
18462 Hewson John Butler - 1845 13 September Newcastle MM
  Present at a meeting at the Court House to propose that a Benevolent Asylum is necessary for Newcastle
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