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Item:169334
Surname:Macquarie
First Name:Lieut.Hector
Ship:-
Date:7th August 1818
Place:Newcastle
Source:Lachlan and Elizabeth Macquarie Archive
Details:Governor Macquarie returned from his expedition to Newcastle on the Elizabeth Henrietta......Capt. Wallis remained with us till at 5 OClock and then took his leave of us; Lt. Macquarie and Ensn. Roberts having returned with him on shore to pass ten or Twelve Days more with him at Newcastle at his own particular request. http://www.lib.mq.edu.au/digital/lema/1818/1818aug.html {Source Macquarie, Lachlan. Tour to and from Newcastle. 27 July 1818 - 9 August 1818. Original held in the Mitchell Library, Sydney. ML Ref: A781 15-35 pp. [Microfilm Reel CY303 Frames #141-161].}
Item:169331
Surname:Macquarie
First Name:Lieutenant Hector
Ship:-
Date:18 April 1818
Place:Sydney
Source:SG
Details:On Tuesday arrived the brig Greyhound, Captain Ritchie, from Calcutta which she left the 27th September last. Passenger Lieutenant Macquarie of HM 86th regiment
Item:46762
Surname:Macquarie (Indigenous)
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:28 October 1848
Place:Newcastle
Source:Maitland Mercury
Details:Drowned in the surf at the back of Lighthouse Hill while diving for lobsters
Item:175968
Surname:Macquarie (McQuarie) (Indigenous)
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1826
Place:Port Stephens
Source:The Present state of Australia: A Description of the Country,etc and the manners, customs and condition of its aboriginal inhabitants ...Robert Dawson
Details:Accompanied Robert Dawson on his journey north of Port Stephens in 1826
Item:30445
Surname:Macquarie Farm
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1828
Place:Paterson's Plains
Source:-
Details:Farm belonging to Anthony and Margaret Dwyer
Item:78535
Surname:Macquarie Pier (Newcastle Breakwater)
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1829 13 February
Place:Newcastle
Source:Australian
Details:Partly laid when Colonel Morisset was commandant between the mainland and Nobbys. Now tumbling into decay
Item:132186
Surname:Macquarie Pier (Newcastle Breakwater)
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1819 12 June
Place:Newcastle
Source:SG
Details:Government Orders. Statement of the Police and Orphan Institution Funds 31st March 1819. - 82/14s/- to be paid to Mr. R. Jenkins for Iron for the Macquarie Pier at Newcastle
Item:71202
Surname:Macquarie Pier, (Newcastle Breakwater)
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1819 Oct - Dec
Place:Newcastle
Source:Convict Settlement
Details:Temple and Evans overseers at Macquarie Pier
Item:124983
Surname:Macquarrie (Macquarie) (Indigenous)
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:24 November 1837
Place:Newcastle
Source:Newcastle Bench Books. AONSW Reel 2722
Details:Flogged with a whip by George Napier when he attempted to take money for a fish Napier had sold
Item:155819
Surname:McQuarrie (Macquarie)
First Name:Charles and Margaret
Ship:-
Date:1839 24 September
Place:Middlehope parish
Source:Australian Births and Baptisms - Family Search Historical Records
Details:Baptism of Isabella, daughter of Charles McQuarrie and Margaret Campbell
Item:155818
Surname:McQuarrie (Macquarie)
First Name:Isabella
Ship:-
Date:1839 24 September
Place:Middlehope parish
Source:Australian Births and Baptisms - Family Search Historical Records
Details:Baptism of Isabella, daughter of Charles McQuarrie and Margaret Campbell
Item:178862
Surname:McQuarrie (Macquarie) (Indigenous)
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:7 August 1840
Place:Newcastle gaol
Source:Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW. Roll 138 (Ancestry)
Details:Admitted to Newcastle gaol. Sentenced to 24 hours hard labour. Discharged 8 August
Item:132179
Surname:Newcastle Breakwater (Macquarie's Pier)
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1947 5 September
Place:Newcastle
Source:SMH
Details:Entry from Macquarie's diary - the setting of foundation stone of Macquarie's Pier at 4pm 5th May 1818. (should be 5th August 1818) Governor Macquarie accompanied to the site by Captain Wallis, Rev. Cowper, Major Antill, Lieutenant Macquarie and James Meehan
Item:174409
Surname:Port Macquarie Jack (Hodgkiss)
First Name:John
Ship:-
Date:25 October 1911
Place:Maitland
Source:NMH
Details:Port Macquarie Jack mentioned in correspondence written in 1842 to the Police Magistrate at Newcastle regarding cattle stealing
Item:66385
Surname:Port Macquarie Jack (Hodkiss)
First Name:John
Ship:-
Date:1842 21 May
Place:Maitland
Source:HRG
Details:Deceased. Wife Grace Connell to sell cattle

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