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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
117770 Routledge (Rutledge) John Asia 1833 1833 15 June On Board the 'Asia' convict ship The National Archives Catalogue,Medical journal of the Asia convict ship
 
  Age 29. Put on the sick list 15th June 1833, discharged 20 June. Diarrhoea
 
29956 Rutledge - - 1834 22 November - SG
 
  Widow of Alexander received assistance for herself and eight children
 
160473 Rutledge A - 1828 January - AO NSW Convict Indent Fiche No. 668
 
  Anne Curry per 'Elizabeth' assigned to A. Rutledge on arrival
 
26386 Rutledge Alexander - 1826 22 February Upper Hunter SG
 
  Appointed Chief Constable
 
65206 Rutledge Alexander - 1834 11 November - Australian
 
  Killed by being run over by a wagon. Left a widow and 8 children
 
148597 Rutledge Alexander Maria 1818 - - The Bicentenary Pioneer Register, Second Edition, Volume 111
 
  Born c. 1788. Spouse Mary Jane Elliott (born in the colony). Died 18 October 1834.
 
7843 Rutledge Constable - 1843 13 May Cassilis MM
 
  Escorting 3 prisoners to Merton. Left Peberdy's Inn and stopped at hut of Capt. Pike when one of the prisoners seized his gun and fatally shot him.
 
7979 Rutledge Constable - 1843 20 May Merton MM
 
  Shot by bushranger. Left wife and 3 children.
 
63387 Rutledge Constable Alexander - 1826 19 January Sydney SG
 
  Knocked down and robbed on the Parramatta road by henry Lyons and Owen Bray
 
161880 Rutledge David Dunlop - 19 March 1878 St. Lukes Scone Australian Marriages - FamilySearch Historical Records
 
  Marriage of David Dunlop Rutledge to Mary Adelaide Asser, daughter of Nathaniel Frederick Asser
 
51127 Rutledge Henry - 1849 14 February Maitland MM
 
  Unclaimed letter held in the General Post Office Sydney for the month of January
 
165950 Rutledge John - 10 May 1843 Muswellbrook Registers of Coroners' Inquests and Magisterial Inquiries (Ancestry)
 
  Murdered by Benjamin Harris
 
93624 Rutledge John Asia 1833 1834 2 April - GG 1834
 
  Apprehended after absconding from service at Wollombi Bridge
 
130517 Rutledge John Asia 1833 1837 Cassilis GRC
 
  Age 27. Assigned to Alexander Busby
 
176002 Rutledge John Asia 1833 1834 Newcastle gaol Newcastle Gaol Description Book. State Archives NSW; Roll: 137 (Ancestry)
 
  Born 1795. 5ft 10in. Admitted to Newcastle gaol after absconding from the Wollombi Bridge party for the second time
 
30265 Rutledge Mary Ann - 1839 Cassilis Returns of the Colony - Colonial Secretary
 
  Appointed postmistress 1838. Succeeded by John McKinley 1839
 
30234 Rutledge Mary Anne - 1839 Cassilis Returns of the Colony - Colonial Secretary
 
  Postmistress
 
54860 Rutledge Mrs - 1843 15 July Cassilis MM
 
  Widow of Constable who was shot by Harris the bushranger. 50 pounds raised by subscription and 50 pound given to her by govt.
 
10055 Rutledge W. - 1844 6 January Scone Murrurundi MM
 
  Contract for furnishing supplies of provisions for colonial service for 1844`
 
 
 
 
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