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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
21459 Parry Sir Edward - 1833 18 May Port Stephens SG
 
  Court case. Convict John Abbot accused Parry of horse whipping him
 
27343 Parry Sir Edward - 1830 Port Stephens Early Days of Port Stephens
 
  Appointed Commissioner of Australian Agricultural Company. Captain in Royal Navy and Arctic expolorer
 
27385 Parry Sir Edward - 1833 29 April Stroud Early Days of Port Stephens
 
  Laid the first stone for the Church
 
27640 Parry Sir Edward - 1833 4 January Stroud Early Days of Port Stephens
 
  Fined one farthing for assaulting John Pilchard
 
27721 Parry Sir Edward - 1833 21 November Carrington Early Days of Port Stephens
 
  Infant child baptised by Rev. Price
 
60093 Parry Sir Edward - 1839 3 September England SG
 
  Wife died after giving birth to twins
 
63986 Parry Sir Edward - 1829 22 August - SG
 
  Appointed Agent for Australian Agricultural company
 
64246 Parry Sir Edward - 1830 15 January - Australian
 
  Wife gave birth to twins - boy and girl on 14th
 
64247 Parry Sir Edward - 1830 15 January Newcastle Australian
 
  Intended to re employ Scottish miners who had been dismissed and had been suffering great privations
 
64901 Parry Sir Edward - 1832 21 January Port Stephens SG
 
  Christmas celebrations
 
64948 Parry Sir Edward - 1832 12 March - SH
 
  Started for Liverpool Plains with surveyor Henry Dangar on an intended survey of A.A. Co. grant
 
64952 Parry Sir Edward - 1832 23 April England SH
 
  Sir Edward's mother Sarah Parry died aged 83 on 16 Dec. 1831.
 
65067 Parry Sir Edward - 1833 2 December Port Stephens Australian
 
  Correspondence by Sir Edward refuting mistreatment of natives at Port Stephens
 
65079 Parry Sir Edward - 1833 9 May Stroud SH
 
  Laid the first Stone of the church at Stroud
 
65081 Parry Sir Edward - 1833 7 June - Australian
 
  James Carroll acquitted on a charge of robbing Parry
 
65113 Parry Sir Edward - 1834 27 January - Australian
 
  With wife and family to depart for England on the 'Persian'
 
65115 Parry Sir Edward - 1834 10 February - Australian
 
  Article re murder of aboriginal people on A.A. Company land
 
69545 Parry Sir Edward - 1832 5 December Port Stephens 1832 GG
 
  John Bryant per 'Clyde' assigned servant
 
69705 Parry Sir Edward - 1832 12 December Port Stephens 1832 GG
 
  William Wilson per 'Clyde' assigned servant
 
69750 Parry Sir Edward - 1832 19 December Port Stephens 1832 GG
 
  William Brown per 'Waterloo' assigned servant
 
 
 
 
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