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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
92165 Ogg Mrs. William Anderson - 24 July 1852 George St. Sydney MM
  Gave birth to a son on 18th July
10191 Ogg William Anderson - 27 January 1844 Maitland MM
  Worked at Mr. Skinners store.
12999 Ogg William Anderson - 28 September 1844 Morpeth Maitland Mercury
  Worked at Mr. Skinners Stores. Witness at trial of Benjamin Stanley
57959 Ogg William Anderson - 1849 8 September East Maitland MM
  Entered into partnership with Edward Ogg. Storekeepers
76850 Ogg William Anderson - 7 September 1850 Maitland MM
  Requesting public meeting to consider the adjourned resolutions before the Legislative Council on the renewal of transportation
81903 Ogg William Anderson - 1851 12 February Maitland MM
  Granted Spirit Merchants license
84028 Ogg William Anderson - 1851 18 June Sydney MM
  Marriage of William Anderson Ogg of Morpeth, formerly of Arbroath, Scotland, to Ann Anderson, eldest daughter of the late Andrew Smith of the same place on 11th June. Officiating clergy Rev. Alexander Salmon
85210 Ogg William Anderson - 16 August 1851 Maitland MM
  Campaigning for George Robert Nichols to represent the Northumberland Boroughs in the Legislative Council
88602 Ogg William Anderson - 28 February 1852 Morpeth MM
  Leaving for Sydney. Selling a portion of his furniture
89241 Ogg William Anderson - 1852 3 April - MM
  Partnership between Edward and William Anderson Ogg dissolved
89242 Ogg William Anderson - 1852 3 April Morpeth MM
  Store at Morpeth to be under the managemet of James Campbell
90237 Ogg William Anderson - 2 June 1852 Collected in Morpeth MM
  Subscribed to Testimonial for E.C. Close
93053 Ogg William Anderson - 25 August 1852 Morpeth Stores MM
  Closing store for stock take
94274 Ogg William Anderson - 4 September 1852 Morpeth MM
  Disposed of his Morpeth Stores to James Campbell
94538 Ogg William Anderson - 11 September 1852 Maitland MM
  Employed Jasper Brown as assistant at his store