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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
19530 Moffatt Captain - 1832 27 December Port Stephens SG
 
  William Taylor assigned servant
 
27468 Moffatt Captain - 1831 14 April Sawyers Point Early Days of Port Stephens
 
  Captured gang of thieves at Sawyers Point
 
27527 Moffatt Captain - 1831 23 December Port Stephens Early Days of Port Stephens
 
  In dispute with Mr. Wetherman regarding rations to soldiers
 
27679 Moffatt Captain - 1833 17 April Carrington Early Days of Port Stephens
 
  Very ill
 
27697 Moffatt Captain - 1833 14 June Port Stephens Early Days of Port Stephens
 
  Dangerously ill
 
27707 Moffatt Captain - 1833 27 August Port Stephens Early Days of Port Stephens
 
  Wife safely delivered of a child under dangerous circumstances
 
27711 Moffatt Captain - 1833 17 September Port Stephens Early Days of Port Stephens
 
  To be paid 10/- per diem as Resident Magistrate
 
29686 Moffatt Captain - 1834 16 August Port Stephens SG
 
  Assigned a convict labourer
 
29794 Moffatt Captain - 1834 18 October Port Stephens SG
 
  Retiring from civic employment as Police Magistrate
 
45395 Moffatt Captain - 1848 20 September Canning Creek MM
 
  Sheep station and sheep of the late Captain Moffatt auctioned
 
64851 Moffatt Captain - 1831 7 June Port Stephens SG
 
  Police Magistrate. Gave 'unqualified approbation to all parties by his impartiality'
 
65125 Moffatt Captain - 1834 31 March - Australian
 
  Mentioned in court case Barton v. Parry
 
65225 Moffatt Captain - 1835 30 January Williams River Australian
 
  Correspondence - Williams River district crime increase since removal of Capt. Moffatt
 
68943 Moffatt Captain - 1832 20 June Port Stephens 1832 GG
 
  John Delahunty per 'Norfolk' assigned servant
 
80537 Moffatt Captain - 1834 12 December - Australian
 
  Of 17th regt., With wife and family and detachment of soldiers taking the cutter Lambton from Port Stephens to Sydney
 
81576 Moffatt Captain - 1842 9 May Sydney SC
 
  Troughtan v. Moffatt. Supreme Court action to recover King's School fees. Moffatt had removed his son from the school without giving due notice
 
93865 Moffatt Captain - 1834 14 May Port Stephens GG 1834
 
  Assigned a convict tailor
 
107864 Moffatt Captain - 1839 10 December Adderton, Parramatta SG
 
  Death of Helen Sarah, wife of Captain Moffatt of 17th regt., Only daughter of late Capt. James Church of Ireland. Died on 7th December aged 30
 
113101 Moffatt Captain - 1837 Raymond Terrace GRC
 
  Thomas Hardy per 'Henry Porcher' assigned servant
 
114925 Moffatt Captain - 1832 11 June Port Stephens In the Service of the Company. Letters of Sir Edward Parry, Volume 2 June 1832 - March 1834 Letter 644
 
  Resident Magistrate. Instructions from Sir Edward Parry regarding expenses, salarys and allowances to be made to the Police Dept employed by the A.A. Company
 
 
 
 
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