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10477 Napier George - 1841 Newcastle District 1841 Census Index
 
  Hunter Street, Newcastle 10
 
19015 Napier George - 1845 8 November Newcastle MM
 
  Expressing regret that Peter Grant's seat in Legislative Council declared vacant
 
54071 Napier George - 1837 7 February Newcastle BB
 
  House near the beach. Native 'Boatman' arrested for drunk and disorderly conduct near Napier's house
 
55297 Napier George - 1837 18 July Newcastle BB
 
  Appeared on supboena to give evidence re a gun found in possession of Joseph Chiddey
 
61568 Napier George - 1818 21 March Newcastle SG
 
  Absconded from Newcastle settlement
 
91734 Napier George - 1838 30 July Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Marriages p76
 
  Marriage of George Napier to Mary Anne Bentley. Officating minister Rev. Wilton
 
95976 Napier George - 1812 25 April - Caledonia Mercury Edinrough
 
  George Napier and John Grotto for robbery on the streets to be transported for 14 years. Sent off from the tolbooth of the city and shipped at Leith for the hulks in the river Thames where they were to remain until sent to Botany Bay
 
97481 Napier George - 1821 6 January ? SG
 
  Absconded from Wilson's Gang
 
111981 Napier George - 1837 26 September Newcastle BB
 
  Ellen Vickers and George Napier given notice to vacate the government land on which they resided
 
123126 Napier George - 1843 14 November Newcastle. Allotment 135 SMH
 
  Claim for Deed of Grant by John Deane and opposed by George Napier. 20 perches promised by Sir T. Brisbane to J. Bingle who gave it to Charles Neville who sold to Simon Kemp who sold to George Napier. John Deane alleged that Bingle sold to him and Bingle requesting the grant to be in Deane's name
 
124982 Napier George - 1837 24 November Newcastle Newcastle Bench Books. AONSW Reel 2722
 
  Fined 5/- or 6 hrs in the stocks for assaulting a native called 'Macquarrie' by flogging him with a whip. Macquarrie had attempted to take money for a fish Napier had sold.
 
133240 Napier George - 1838 3 August Newcastle Newcastle Bench Books. AONSW Reel 2722
 
  Joanna McLane charged with assaulting Catherine Walsh near George Napier's house at Newcastle beach. Fight between the two women witnessed by Thomas Bridges, James Morley and Thomas Hyde. Case dismissed
 
181008 Napier George - 13 Sepember 1824 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
 
  John Quinn, free by servitude. Charged with drunkenness and disorderly conduct in the streets. Chief Constable James Calvert states....This morning between the hours of twelve and one, John Quin came to my house in a state of intoxication to enquire by what authority I had put George Napier (a prisoner of the Crown) in the watch house. I replied I had confined him for being in the street at unseasonable hours. Quinn demanded that I would release Napier and on my refusing he began to abuse me. Constable Turvey duly approached when Quinn said he and Napier had been carrying goods belonging to their master Alexander Mcleod from their berth at the wharf and again pressed me to release Napier which I refused but said I would go to the wharf to see what things were in the boat. Quin accompanied me and on the way attempted to put a piece of money in my hand upon which suspecting that something was wrong, I directed Turvey to Take Quinn into custody. Quinn made some resistance but was eventually secured and conveyed to the watch house. I then directed Turvey to go and see that the boat and her lading was in a place of safety. A short time after I heard a crash at the watch house and on my proceeding towards it I saw Quinn running away down the hill and Napier about to make his escape. Turvey and one of the Military Guard pursued and overtook Quin and he was again lodged in the watch house. I examined the door of the watch house and found the lock forced and I have no doubt but that it was done by Quin. Quinn stating that he could produce witnesses to disprove the evidence of the Chief constable was remanded but on being brought on the 15th admitted the statement of the Chief Constable to be correct. Fined one dollar and discharged
 
62116 Napier George Fortune 1813 1820 23 December - SG
 
  Old bushranger'. Recently returned from Newcastle settlement. Assigned to Wilson's Gang and absconded from service. Aged 30
 
70874 Napier George Fortune 1813 1817 Newcastle CSI
 
  On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle
 
70876 Napier George Fortune 1813 1818 Newcastle CSI
 
  Petition for mitigation of sentence
 
70877 Napier George Fortune 1813 1819 Newcastle CSI
 
  Runaway from Newcastle, mistakenly recommended for ticket of leave
 
70878 Napier George Fortune 1813 1819 Newcastle CSI
 
  Correspondence re Constable George Saunders permitting escape of
 
70879 Napier George Fortune 1813 1820 Newcastle CSI
 
  Petition for permission to return to Sydney from Newcastle
 
70880 Napier George Fortune 1813 1824 - CSI
 
  On monthly return of convicts assigned. Assigned to Alexander McLeod
 
 
 
 
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