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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
10506 Webster William - 1841 Newcastle District 1841 Census Index
 
  Swamps 79
 
27020 Webster William - 1847 20 February Merriwa MM
 
  Witness in trial of Daniel Coleman
 
57090 Webster William - 1849 1 August Goora MM
 
  To sell cattle left in his care by George Weir if not paid for
 
81658 Webster William - 1851 29 January Hexham MM
 
  Neighbour of James Moorhouse. Witness at inquest into his death
 
174143 Webster William - 2 November 1910 Newcastle district NMH
 
  The official estimate of the land under crops in the Newcastle district and the quantity of produce to be taken therefrom was made by the police in November 1838 at the request of the Colonial Secretary. William Webster - Six acres wheat, Yield 60 bushels
 
182316 Webster William - 29 December 1826 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
 
  John Byrne per John Barry and Michael Toomy per Hooghley, both in government service charged with theft. John Cooper states - On Tuesday last on my return from my work, I found that my house had been forcibly entered and that one shirt, one pair of trowsers, and a blanket belonging to myself and a short and pair of trowsers belonging to James Kellet had been carried off. Some stolen articles belonging to James Wilkins who also lived in the house were missing. The staple of the front door had been forced and the back door had been opened apparently on the inside. I immediately reported the circumstances to Constable Peter Riley. About an hour after William Webster who is the government servant of the Rev. Middleton, came to me saying that he understood I had been robbed and that a black native called Black Boy could show me where the things were. I went to the native who took me to the hollow behind the church where I found the blanket and one of the shirts which had been stolen. I asked if he knew who put them there. He said twas Duffy and a man who lived at my house. ON my questioning Duffy he told me he had not robbed me himself but he knew who had. Timothy Duffy states - I saw Byrne and Toomy together on Tuesday morning between the hours of 8 and 9 near where I live and at a little distance from Coopers. They were coming in the direction from the back of his house. Toomy had a bundle in his hand. Toomy and Byrne came to the door of my hut. Byrne lives in the hut with me, he went in and staid from ten to twenty minutes. Toomy wanted to go in also but I would not suffer him as I thought he had come dishonestly by the bundle which he carried upon which Toomy went away with it over the Hill towards the Church. I did not mention any of these circumstances to the constables until I was taken to the watch house on suspicion of being concerned in the robbery. The prisoner deny the charge and call in their defence William PItt who being sworn states - I was at the house adjoining where Duffy lives on Tuesday morning a little after 8 o clock. I saw a man with a bundle under his arm coming from the back of Coopers house. I had no suspicion of anything wrong. I thought he might be taking linen from the Parsonage to the washerwoman, as the path from there into the town passes at the back of Coopers. I do not know the man who carried the bundle. He was much taller than either of the prisoners who I know well. John Corrigan, states - I went to my work on Tuesday morning at six o clock at the mines. Byrne works there also. He works below. There are two spells. I am not certain whether he remained at the mines or went away during his spell hour. The Bench taking into their consideration the notoriously bad character of the witness Duffy acquit the prisoners
 
95542 Webster William Dunvegan Castle1830 1831 20 July - NGE
 
  Labourer from England. Sentenced to 6mth in a chain gang by Newcastle Bench. Sent to Sydney gaol 21 July
 
34709 Webster William General Stewart 1818 1828 Glenrose, Patrick Plains 1828 Census
 
  Farming man aged 36. Assigned to G.A. Middleton
 
64103 Webster William General Stewart 1818 1829 26 December Patterson's Plains SG
 
  Obtained ticket of leave
 
68880 Webster William General Stewart 1818 1832 13 June - GG 1832
 
  Obtained certificate of freedom
 
170453 Webster William General Stewart 1818..... 1825 Newcastle Ancestry.com. New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters. Class: HO 10; Piece: 20
 
  Employed on the Glebe Lands at Newcastle
 
166354 Webster William General Stewart 1818...... 5 December 1835 Maitland Application to Marry
 
  William Webster age 40 arrived per 'General Stewart', application to marry Rebecca George age 30 9arrived per 'Roslin Castle'
 
58201 Webster William Hashemy 1849 1849 15 September Scone MM
 
  Obtained ticket of leave
 
84587 Webster William Hashemy 1849 1851 23 July Scone MM
 
  Ticket of leave cancelled. Unable from ill health to support himself
 
137401 Webster William Portland 1832 1837 Paterson GRC
 
  Age 35. Assigned to William Todhunter
 
156502 Webster William and Mary Ann - 1848 1 March Hexham Australian Births and Baptisms - Family Search Historical Records
 
  Baptism of Mark, son of William and Mary Ann Webster (born 6 January 1848)
 
156504 Webster William and Mary Ann - 1845 11 October Hexham Australian Births and Baptisms - Family Search Historical Records
 
  Baptism of Charles, son of William and Mary Ann Webster (born 27 September 1845)
 
 
 
 
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