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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
181016 Williams Constable Joseph - 5 October 1824 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
 
Henry Jackson per Fortune in the service of government and Ann Jackson, free by servitude and Peter Rigling per John Barry in the service of government charged with drunkenness and disorderly conduct....John Broadbent, constable, states...I was directed by the Principal Superintendent to go to the house of Henry Jackson to convey him to gaol. I went there and found him and his wife Ann Jackson and Peter Rigling in a state of intoxication. I took Jackson to gaol but Rigling was so drunk we could not move him further than the watch house from whence he effected his escape early this morning....Joseph Williams, constable, states....yesterday I was directed by the Principal Superintendent to go to Jacksons house to take him in custody when I got there I found him and his wife Ann Jackson and Peter Rigling all drunk. Rigling effected his escape from the watch house by pulling out the bars of the window and he has not since been heard of. James Bailey, constable, was at the watch house at the time. I was on duty but Rigling effected his escape while I was doing my rounds. Henry Jackson sentenced to 1 month hard labour. Ann Jackson fined one dollar for the poor



109175 Williams Constable Joseph Sir William Bensley 1817 5 October 1824 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
 
James Bailey and Joseph Williams sentenced to the Commandant to 25 lashes for neglect of duty as a constable in allowing Peter Ringling to escape



61064 Williamson Constable Joseph - 1838 7 August Patrick Plains The Australian
 
Appointed Constable



67239 Williamson Constable Joseph - 1838 1 August Patrick Plains GG
 
Appointed constable




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