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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
4490 Hobler George - 1842 19 March Maitland HRG
 
  J.P. and Chairman of Church group. Magistrate
 
7232 Hobler George - 1843 8 April Maitland MM
 
  Settler. Insolvent
 
7466 Hobler George - 1843 15 April Maitland MM
 
  Grapes stolen by Jeremiah Byrne who spent six months in gaol
 
7956 Hobler George - 1843 20 May Maitland MM
 
  Member of committee to support Mr. Foster for election to the Legislative Council
 
9407 Hobler George - 1843 14 October Maitland MM
 
  Axletree stolen by James Pickle
 
12010 Hobler George - 1844 29 June Maitland MM
 
  'Aberglassyn' occupied by Hobler. To be let or sold.
 
18931 Hobler George - 1845 1 November - MM
 
  Insolvency proceedings
 
27841 Hobler George - 1837 Maitland GRD
 
  William Bleakley assigned servant
 
41085 Hobler George - 1848 3 May Paika, Lower Darling district MM
 
  Appointed Magistrate
 
43684 Hobler George - 1842 26 February Newcastle HRG
 
  Magistrate in Court case Strode v. Campbell. Called rude and overbearing by Stode in article in Hunter River Gazette
 
44532 Hobler George - 1840 4 July - The Australian
 
  Maitland Steam Navigation Co. provisional Director
 
54656 Hobler George - 1843 17 June Maitland MM
 
  Settler. Insolvency proceedings. Allowed to keep wearing apparel and household furniture
 
63765 Hobler George - 1840 3 June West Maitland Commercial Journal and Advertiser
 
  Present at Hunter's River Auction Company meeting of Directors
 
63849 Hobler George - 1839 25 December Maitland Commercial Journal and Advertiser
 
  Appointed Magistrate
 
74364 Hobler George - 1843 1 March - CO
 
  Fight amongst the aborigines from the Glendon and Sugarloaf tribes on an island in river opposite his residence
 
74427 Hobler George - 1843 31 May Maitland CO
 
  Supplies of blankets usually sent from Sydney to Maitland district not supplied in the usual number
 
112160 Hobler George - 1837 Maitland GRC
 
  Thomas Hadfield per 'Nimrod' assigned servant
 
113207 Hobler George - 1836 Maitland to Namoi The Development of New England. p11
 
  First settled at Aberglasslyn, Maitland. In 1836 rode with his wife's relative Edward Turner to the Namoi and decided to locate a cattle station at Wee Waa
 
113210 Hobler George - 1836 18 June Sydney SG
 
  George Hobler, Mrs. Hobler and 6 children together with prisoner of the Crown Thomas Hadfield, passengers on the 'Nimrod' from Launceston to Sydney
 
113214 Hobler George - 1838 8 May Maitland SG
 
  James Fletcher, Henry Price and Joseph Fogg found guilty of burglariously entering a building at the house of George Hobler at Maitland and stealing a bag of sugar and tea. Remanded
 
 
 
 
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