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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
7819 Rotton Arthur - 1843 13 May Singleton MM
 
  Farmer. Insolvent
 
40258 Rotton Arthur - 1836 16 July Maitland SG
 
  Assigned 4 convict labourers and a shoemaker
 
45885 Rotton Arthur - 1843 3 June Singleton MM
 
  Residing at 'Coombo'
 
54655 Rotton Arthur - 1843 10 June Singleton MM
 
  'Coombo', estate Rotton was residing on to be let
 
54727 Rotton Arthur - 1843 8 July Singleton MM
 
  Farmer. Insolvent
 
54852 Rotton Arthur - 1843 15 July Coombo, Patrick Plains MM
 
  Farmer. Insolvent. Allowed to retain furniture and wearing apparel
 
55497 Rotton Arthur - 1843 8 July Singleton MM
 
  Farmer. Insolvency proceedings
 
57277 Rotton Arthur - 1843 10 June Coombo near Singleton MM
 
  9 bullocks, dray, cow, pigs, wheat to be sold by order of trustees
 
116201 Rotton Arthur - 1839 14 May Northumberland County SG
 
  Grant of Land. 60 acres originally promised to George Yeomans.
 
117329 Rotton Arthur - 1837 19 July Parish of Wittingham, Patrick Plains GG
 
  Claim for Deed of Grant. 60 acres. The order for this land was issued on 10th September 1818 by Gov. Macquarie to Richard Yeoman, deceased, and his brother George Yeoman sold to Rotton
 
125998 Rotton Arthur - 1836 13 July Maitland GG
 
  Assigned 4 convict labourers and 1 shoemaker
 
174461 Rotton Arthur - 1855 Dwelling house - Address - Lake Macquarie 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
 
134173 Rotton Arthur William 1835 - Darlington Singleton Pioneer Register
 
  Born 1803 High Wycombe, England, son of John Rotton and Ann Hogg. Butcher, farmer, storekeeper. . See Pioneer Register for more information
 
 
 
 
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