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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
142699 Plews Henry Taylor - 22 June 1855 Maitland MM
 
  Henry T. Plews fined for assaulting William Atkins by striking with a whip. Witnesses Charles Box, Benjamin Cutler, James Betteridge
 
174458 Plews Henry Taylor - 1855 Freehold. Address near Church Street; and freehold near Cottage Bridge NMH
 
  On a list of electors in the police district of Newcastle who had the right to vote for elections in the county of Northumberland in 1855. Printed in the Newcastle Morning Herald 25 October 1911
 
174562 Plews Henry Taylor - 28 November 1855 Sydney MM
 
  Plews v. Brownrigg. - This case was an action by a mining engineer and surveyor against the agent of the A.A. Co. The plaintiff claimed money due for work and labour and materials for his salary as engineer and for plans and maps supplied under a specific contract. The defendant pleaded that he was not indebted. Verdict for the defendant
 
174563 Plews Henry Taylor - 12 December 1855 Newcastle MM
 
  Speaker at the Newcastle Volunteers Artillery and Rifle Corps
 
174564 Plews Henry Taylor - 25 January 1862 Newcastle MM
 
  Correspondence from Henry Taylor Plews who had recently returned to the colony after an absence in Europe of some years. He found the city considerably improved in its streets in particular; the extent of wharfage was much greater and harbour generally improved. His correspondence centred around his disappointment in the method of the plan of bringing in the coal on the Great Northern Railway on a low level, and then raising and shipping it by means of steam cranes
 
174565 Plews Henry Taylor - 28 August 1863 - The Courier (Brisbane)
 
  Parliament - Mr. Henry Taylor Plews said he was a civil engineer and studied in England under Mr. Stephenson. His experience was very extensive during his time and after a time he left and went to Mr. T.E. Foster, where he remained for three years and a half; afterwards he came out to NSW to survey and examine the A.A. Co. mines and a railway in the Hunter district. He enumerated several other works he had been engaged upon, one of the last of which was the Tramway Company. He had gone down to New Caledonia for the French Government; from thence to England ; and in both places he was engaged in railway matters. He was now in the employment of government as Engineer of Roads and surveyed the tramway land about twelve months ago. He had not gone over the entire line, but had the working plans of the twenty nine miles that had been prepared checked............
 
174566 Plews Henry Taylor - 23 June 1862 - The Courier (Brisbane)
 
  Henry Taylor Plews appointed Engineer of Roads in the Northern District of the colony in the room of F.E. Roberts
 
174567 Plews Henry Taylor - 3 July 1886 - The Brisbane Courier
 
  Supreme Court of Queensland - In the Will of Henry Taylor Plews, late of Upper Norwood, in the County of Surrey in England, Esq., deceased.....Letters of Administration may be granted to Matilda Plews, formerly of Upper Norwood aforesaid but now of Sydney, the widow of deceased . John Mackay Plews and Thomas Walter Plews, named as Executors
 
174618 Plews Henry Taylor - 1855 Dwelling house near Newcomen Street, Newcastle NMH
 
  On a list of electors in the police district of Newcastle who had the right to vote for elections in the county of Northumberland in 1855. Printed in the Newcastle Morning Herald 19 July 1911
 
 
 
 
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