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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
99802 Ingall Joseph Thomas - 1853 7 May late of Hinton MM
 
  Death of Joseph Thomas Ingall on 28th April at his sisters residence, Morpeth. 'Exemplary patience under severe and protracted suffering stamped him a true Christian.' Left wife and child
 
14204 Ingall Thomas - 1845 4 January Morpeth MM
 
  Overseer for Mrs. Close
 
32773 Ingall Thomas - 1847 14 July Morpeth MM
 
  Store keeper. Patrick Burke accused of stealing Ingall's boots
 
74895 Ingall Thomas - 1850 22 May - MM
 
  Witness in court when three boys Thomas and John Carney and Thomas Rutter were charged with malicious injury
 
82743 Ingall Thomas - 1851 2 April Morpeth MM
 
  Superintendent employed by E.C. Close. Present at agreement between William Stanton and Michael Martin
 
83762 Ingall Thomas - 1851 4 June Maitland MM
 
  Charged with threatening language by Ann Quinn after a dispute about his goat. Case dismissed by the bench
 
85768 Ingall Thomas - 1851 13 September Hinton MM
 
  Son Henry drowned after falling down a well
 
90187 Ingall Thomas - 1852 2 June Collected at Morpeth MM
 
  Subscribed to Testimonial for E.C. Close
 
96621 Ingall Thomas - 1852 11 December Hinton MM
 
  Butcher. Advertising to employ two men
 
98067 Ingall Thomas - 1853 2 March Hinton MM
 
  Selling draught horse, and other stock and leased butcher shop because of ill health
 
99718 Ingall Thomas - 1853 30 April Morpeth MM
 
  Funeral notice. Undertaker W.T. Mitchell
 
119179 Ingall Thomas - 1867 20 July Morpeth Burial Ground Maitland Burial Records
 
  Died aged 71
 
155366 Ingall Thomas and Sarah Anne Royal Saxon 1848 1848 19 July - State Records of NSW. Online microfilm of shipping lists.
 
  Thomas aged 29, butcher from Lincolnshire and Sarah Anne aged 24 his wife, from Nottinghamshire, passengers on the Royal Saxon
 
151011 Ingall Thomas Andrew - 1854 28 August Morpeth Australian Births and Baptisms - Family Search Historical Records
 
  Birth of Thomas Andrew, son of Richard and Mary Ingall
 
 
 
 
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