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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
4629 Taggart Captain - 1842 26 March Morpeth HRG
 
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42508 Taggart Captain - 1843 7 January - MM
 
  Owned property Loch Gayle south of Livingstone's Bowthorne
 
47028 Taggart Captain - 1831 30 August Newcastle SG
 
  'Lord Liverpool', coastal trader
 
47092 Taggart Captain - 1831 29 September Williams River SG
 
  Formerly the Captain of 'Lord Liverpool'. At Williams River to superintend and launch new steam boat he is to Captain
 
54845 Taggart Captain - 1843 15 July - MM
 
  Ann Canning remanded on a charge of robbing Taggart
 
171589 Taggart Captain - 26 September 1839 Hunter River State Records Online Shipping List
 
  James Tyce, emigrant per the Hero in 1839 employed by Captain Taggart on arrival..http://tinyurl.com/kz8d6ro
 
171591 Taggart Captain - 26 September 1839 Hunter River State Records Online Shipping List
 
  Robert Wilson, emigrant per the Hero in 1839 employed by Captain Taggart on arrival..http://tinyurl.com/kz8d6ro
 
57309 Taggart Captain John - 1845 10 May Sydney MM
 
  Anne Elizabeth Canney committed for trial for libel in Sydney after she accused Taggart of murder
 
57806 Taggart Captain John - 1846 11 March - MM
 
  Of Castlereach St. Sydney. Master Mariner. New insolvent. Debts 3007
 
64358 Taggart Captain John - 1850 9 January Sydney MM
 
  Died at his residence, Castlereagh Street South on 6th June after a severe and protracted illness of many months
 
64419 Taggart Captain John - 1830 26 March - Australian
 
  Taking command of Lord Liverpool Packet
 
72214 Taggart Captain John - 1850 9 January Castlereagh St South, Sydney MM
 
  Died on 6th January after a severe and protracted illness of many months aged 65 years. Respected resident of colony for over 22 years. Commander of various steamers
 
78569 Taggart Captain John - 1830 12 January Newcastle SG
 
  Captain of the 'Currency Lass'. Correspondence regarding the lack of facilities at Newcastle Port and thanking Mr. Ebsworth at Port Stephens for giving assistance
 
78589 Taggart Captain John - 1830 26 March - Australian
 
  Taking over command of the 'Lord Liverpool'. Captain Powditch resigned
 
78615 Taggart Captain John - 1830 20 November Newcastle SG
 
  Lord Liverpool almost wrecked at the entrance to Newcastle harbour after encountering bad weather. Passengers Mrs. Cobb, Mr. Hosking, Mr. Parker and Dr. Parmeter landed safely after a 'severe ducking'. 40 assigned servants landed on Nobbys Island
 
78669 Taggart Captain John - 1832 2 March - Australian
 
  Captain of the steamer 'William IV on her maiden voyage to Newcastle. William IV to leave Sydney for the Hunter every Monday evening
 
 
 
 
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