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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
109378 Tristram Constable William - 1820 12 August Sydney SG
 
  Appointed district constable
 
16860 Tristram William - 1845 24 May Newcastle MM
 
  Appointed gaoler
 
17481 Tristram William - 1845 12 July Newcastle MM
 
  Keeper at Newcastle gaol gave D. Horne a good character
 
22553 Tristram William - 1846 8 July Newcastle MM
 
  Governor of gaol. Witness at trial of James Sinnett
 
58950 Tristram William - 1849 10 October Maitland MM
 
  To be charged for money he had been drawing for his private servant from government rations
 
59723 Tristram William - 1849 14 November East Maitland MM
 
  Moving to Sydney. Selling by auction household furniture etc
 
61957 Tristram William - 1820 24 June Sydney SG
 
  Appointed Constable in Sydney in room of William Spears
 
62388 Tristram William - 1821 29 September - SG
 
  Appointed gaoler at Liverpool
 
148717 Tristram William - 1862 8 September Sydney SMH
 
  Death on 18th August 1862 of Mrs. Mary Tristram, mother of Charles Kinsela, undertaker aged 81; also on 7th September 1862 William Tristram aged 85
 
172263 Tristram William and Mary - 1845 Newcastle gaol Returns of the Colony (Blue Books) 1845
 
  John Field appointed gaoler at Newcastle gaol on 4 July 1835, succeeded by William Tristram on 18 May 1845. Eliza J. Field, Matron at the Gaol appointed 4 July 1835. Succeeded by Mary Tristram on 1 June 1845
 
 
 
 
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