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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
107523 Perry Harriet and Malcolm - 1845 25 April Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Burials p15
 
  Martha, infant daughter of Harriett and Malcolm died aged 2 months. Burial Date
 
10480 Perry Malcolm - 1841 Newcastle District 1841 Census Index
 
  Hunter Street, Newcastle 20
 
63491 Perry Malcolm - 1838 12 January Newcastle Newcastle Bench Books. AONSW Reel 2722
 
  Charged by A.W. Scott with breach of impounding act. Discharged
 
125062 Perry Malcolm - 1837 19 December Newcastle Newcastle Bench Books. AONSW Reel 2722
 
  Charged under the impounding Act by Constable Rouse. No prosecutor. Dismissed
 
125063 Perry Malcolm - 1856 17 November Newcastle SMH
 
  William Thomas found not guilty of feloniously assaulting Malcolm Perry, putting him in fear of his life and taking away his money at Newcastle 21st October
 
125065 Perry Malcolm - 1843 2 November Newcastle MM
 
  Notice to Mr. Campbell to send for the guitar left in Perry's possession that it would be sold if not claimed
 
137734 Perry Malcolm - 1838 30 October Newcastle Newcastle Bench Books. AO NSW Reel 2722
 
  Fined 5/- for allowing a horse to stray about the street.
 
180587 Perry Malcolm - 13 October 1835 Newcastle Newcastle Court of Petty Sessions, Bench Books, 1833-1836 (Ancestry)
 
  James Kendall per Parmelia, Thomas Buckingham per Bengal Merchant, Daniel Dunn per Royal Admiral, William Graves per Henry Tanner all assigned to Alexander Walker Scott, charged with drunkenness and disorderly conduct......John Jones testified...After serving out the rations on Saturday last, I went to Perry the baker for some bread. At the same time I asked the prisoners if they were ready to go over. Dun said no he should stop and have some beer, the other men I did not notice at the time. I went up the street and when I returned to the wharf, Thomas Buckingham was swearing. He said he knew all about it. We then got into the boat. Buckingham was drunk and swore he could pull an oar as well as the best of them. He lost his own twice in the water. I told him if he could not pull better than that he had better pull in his own. He said go on my lads all that he (meaning myself) can do to me is to get me fifty. I returned back to put him in the watch house. I called Constable Anthony for that purpose but he would not come to my assistance. William Graves told me if he was searched no one would find anything on him for he would put it in the water. Buckingham was drunk. Dun and Graves were the worst for drink but their conduct was good. I know nothing respecting Kendall. I did not give the prisoners leave to go to a public house....Alexander Walker Scott testified....Last Saturday evening when Jones reported to me he had put one of my men in the watch house I went into my stables to enquire concerning it. I asked Kendall about some charge that he wished to make against my Overseer Jones. Graves the carpenter, having said publicly before several people that he knew my stores were robbed by the means of a hole and he said the blame of the robbery on Jones the overseer. From Kendalls manner I thought he had been drinking which he acknowledged by saying he had some beer. He told me he did not know how the men got the money to pay for the beer. Upon enquiry I learnt that the men had sent a little boy, a son of Perry the baker for the beer. I have had Graves and Kendall up for the offence of sending the boy after the beer and for speaking against the overseer in such a disrespectful manner....Thomas Johnstone testified....On Saturday last when Graves spoke to me he was tipsy. It was about four oclock in the afternoon....Malcolm Perry testified....I did not hear permission asked of Mr. Dun for the prisoners to get anything to drink. Mr. Jones and the men were about to leave the settlement at the time I was with him when I saw Dun....William Bennett testified....I did not hear Mr. Jones give permission for the prisoners to get beer. I did not ear Buckingham ask Mr. Jones to have a drunk of the beer....Buckingham found guilty and sentenced to 50 lashes. The other prisoners admonished and discharged.
 
152116 Perry Malcolm and Harriet - 1847 8 September Maitland Australian Births and Baptisms - Family Search Historical Records
 
  Birth of Margaret, daughter of Malcolm and Harriet Perry
 
91768 Perry Malcolm and Harriett - 1837 20 July Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Burials p25
 
  Burial of infant daughter Elizabeth
 
105863 Perry Malcolm and Harriett - Baptism March 1845 Abode: Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. p.14
 
  Baker. Baptism of Martha, daughter of Malcolm and Harriett Perry
 
107573 Perry Malcolm and Harriett - 1847 4 November Morpeth Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral Newcastle. Burials p18
 
  Margaret, infant daughter of Malcolm and Harriet Perry died aged 2 months. Burial date
 
108892 Perry Malcolm and Harriett - 1835 9 August Abode: Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Baptisms p.24
 
  Baker. Baptism of daughter Elizabeth
 
108969 Perry Malcolm and Harriett - 1836 6 November Abode: Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Baptisms p.27
 
  Baker. Baptism of daughter Harriett
 
63565 Perry Mrs. Malcolm - 1838 9 February Newcastle Newcastle Bench Books. AONSW Reel 2722
 
  Emma Booth per 'Henry Wellesley' admonished after being found guilty of killing a duck belonging to Mrs. Perry
 
145238 Perry Willam Malcolm and Mary - 1857 25 October Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Baptisms p. 68
 
  Baker. Baptism of son Walter Edwin
 
145707 Perry William Malcolm and Mary - 1859 14 December Abode: Honeysuckle Point, Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Baptisms. p.78
 
  Baker. Baptism of daughter Sarah
 
 
 
 
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