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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
72476 McGivaney (McGivney) Chief Constable John - 1850 2 February Murrurundi MM
  Appointed chief constable
73618 McGivaney (McGivney) Chief Constable John - 1850 27 February Murrurundi MM
  Appointed inspector of slaughter houses
74624 McGivaney (McGivney) Chief Constable John - 1850 4 May Murrurundi MM
  Appointed bailiff of Small Debts Court in room of Joseph Elford, resigned
82400 McGivaney (McGivney) Constable John - 1851 5 March - MM
  Constable at Murrurundi. Witness in trial of George Brown
85616 McGivaney (McGivney) John - 1851 3 September - MM
  Chief constable at Murrurundi. Witness at the trial of James Barry
87195 McGivney Chief constable John - 1851 17 December Murrurundi MM
  Giving notice re a stolen mare
85628 McGivney Constable John - 1851 3 September Pages River MM
  Witness at the trial of Margaret Holmes
92243 McGivney Constable John - 1852 28 July Murrurundi MM
  Apprehended Thomas Marshall for assaulting Magistrate Thomas Haydon
88623 McGivney John - 1852 3 March Maitland MM
  Constable at Murrurundi. Witness at trial of John O'Dell
94807 McGivney John - 1852 29 September - MM
  John McGivney offering reward for information about Henry Park who had left his team of bullocks and disappeared in company with a female
98357 McGivney John - 1853 9 March Peel River MM
  Witness at the trial of George Pearce
125693 McGivney John - 1863 2 March Maitland Circuit court SMH
  Committed for trial for horse stealing
172253 McGivney John - 23 August 1855 Maitland Court SMH
  Former Chief Constable at Murrurundi. Sentenced to three months in Maitland gaol for permitting a prisoner charged with a felony to escape from his custody at Murrurundi
172254 McGivney John Eden 1837 February 1863 Maitland Gaol Gaol Entrance Books. State Archives NSW; State Archives NSW; Roll: 2370
  Labourer from Co. Louth. Admitted to Maitland gaol. Remanded