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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
52404 Walker Francis - 1836 16 February Newcastle BB
 
  Assigned to Rev. Wilton. Witness in court case of Ann Fox and Samuel Beckett
 
87387 Walker Francis - 1852 7 January Newcastle MM
 
  Found not guilty of stealing a piece of rope, 3 fishing lines and other articles belonging to George Mitchell and George Tully
 
87394 Walker Francis - 1852 7 January Newcastle MM
 
  Employed as a labourer by Mitchell and Tully. Left employment to go to the gold fields in Sept. 1851 and returned in December
 
87395 Walker Francis - 1852 7 January Newcastle MM
 
  Received high character testimonies from William Rouse, Major Crummer and Rev. Wilton who had known him for 17 yrs
 
106413 Walker Francis - 1842 January Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Marriages p13
 
  Witness at the marriage of John Allen and Frances Johnson
 
174687 Walker Francis - 1855 Dwelling house, Bolton St. 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
 
180073 Walker Francis - 6 February 1845 Newcastle Newcastle Court of Petty Sessions Letter Book
 
  No. 45/15 – Correspondence by Major Crummer re the position of Office Keeper and Messenger for the Court House requesting that a warrant may be issued for the payment to the Office Keeper for the amount of his salary between 1st to 6th January the amount of which had been overlooked and also to point out the extreme inconvenience which would arise in the event of the Court House being left without an Office Keeper and Messengers for the purpose of taking charge of and keeping it and the several offices in a proper and cleanly manner and also to perform the other requisite duties of Messenger. Amount owed - 2 pounds 12 shillings 5d.
 
53995 Walker Francis Lady Nugent 1835 1837 10 January Newcastle BB
 
  Admonished and discharged from Court
 
63574 Walker Francis Lady Nugent 1835 1838 16 February Newcastle Newcastle Bench Books. AONSW Reel 2722
 
  Sentenced to 25 lashes after being charged with laziness and disobedience when he did not rise early enough to heat water for Rev. Wilton's child
 
106151 Walker Francis Lady Nugent 1835 1839 April Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Marriages p2
 
  Marriage of Francis Walker aged 24 and Mary Brown aged 28. Witnesses at marriage Bridget Burke and Alexander Flood
 
122349 Walker Francis Lady Nugent 1835 1842 20 September Newcastle GG
 
  Granted Ticket of Leave
 
124915 Walker Francis Lady Nugent 1835 1837 31 October Newcastle Newcastle Bench Books. AONSW Reel 2722
 
  Assigned to Rev. Wilton. Found by Dr. Brooks asleep on Rev. Wilton's sofa drunk at 10am. Got up after Dr. Brooks 'applied a waddy to his posterior'. Sentence dto 50 lashes
 
133176 Walker Francis Lady Nugent 1835 1837 3 November Newcastle Newcastle Bench Books. AONSW Reel 2722
 
  Assigned to Rev. Wilton. Sentenced to 50 lashes for drunkenness
 
137112 Walker Francis Lady Nugent 1835 1837 Newcastle GRC
 
  Age 20. Assigned to Rev. C.P.N. Wilton
 
180335 Walker Francis Lady Nugent 1835 4 February 1848 Newcastle Newcastle Court of Petty Sessions Letter Book
 
  Application for Certificate for Francis Walker
 
180397 Walker Francis Lady Nugent 1835 15th June 1835 Newcastle Newcastle Court of Petty Sessions, Bench Books, 1833-1836 (Ancestry)
 
  Francis Walker per Lady Nugent, Ann Fox per Caroline and Mary Carr per Asia all assigned to Rev. Wilton charged - the two females with being absent from the premises at night without leave and drunkenness and the male prisoner for prevarication and aiding and abetting. Rev. Wilton testified …….. between the hours of eight and nine my attention was directed to a noise in the nursery. On going within I found the prisoner Carr laying on the ground drunk and my free female servant in the act of picking up a large knife from the ground which she stated Carr had followed after her out of the kitchen in a threatening manner. I removed her with assistance into the kitchen in a room adjoining to which the prisoner Fox was laying drunk on a bed. The prisoner Walker first stated he knew nothing about their absence. He afterwards said he did, evidently prevaricating for before I heard the noise in the nursery I had heard the garden gate shut and on asking him who had come in he said he did not know but that he had been for coal which is in different part of the premises. My free female servant Mary Maloney had told him to inform me of their absence but he did not do so and I have every reason to believe that he knew of their intended absence and introduced the spirits……. Mary Maloney then testified - I went into the kitchen yesterday evening to light a candle I saw the three servants (the prisoners) at the table doing something. When they saw me they ran away and when I came back again they were quarrelling about some tobacco. Carr went into the town and stayed about quarter of an hour. She came again and went down after putting on a cap the second time the two female servants left together. They were both drunk when they came home and the moment Carr saw me she took up a knife and ran after me which made a noise where my master came in. They said they were going to Mrs. Brunker s shop to get some tobacco when they went out they had the spirits before they went out. After the tobacco they were all there drinking at the table in the kitchen. It was rum they were drinking. I could tell by the smell. They wished me to go into the town with them. Carr did not intend to hurt me with the knife but I was afraid. I did not see any vessel out of which she drank……. Mrs. McGreavey then testified that she confident the prisoners were not in her shop the evening before…… Charles Watkins then testified that directly after tea the previous evening the prisoner Carr came to his house to ask for milk….. I found that Mr. Wilton had received his milk and told her I had none. The prisoner seemed in a very confused state. I think she was tipsy....Guilty - Mary Carr sentenced to 21 days in the cells and returned to govt. service. Fox sentenced to six hours in the stocks and her hair to be cut off. Male prisoner admonished and discharged.
 
167770 Walker Francis Lady Nugent 1835..... 1835 - SA NSW Bound manuscript indents, 1788-1842; Item: [4/4019]; Microfiche: 694.
 
  Age 20. Weaver from Lancashire. Tried in Glasgow 3 May 1834 and sentenced to 14 years transportation for stealing clothes. eyebrows meeting. mole right jaw
 
106229 Walker Francis and Mary Ann - 1840 May Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Marriages p7
 
  Witnesses at the marriage of Joseph Sewell and Jane Whittle
 
 
 
 
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