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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
29698 Rotton Walter - 1834 16 August Maitland SG
 
Assigned a convict stonemason



29986 Rotton Walter - 1834 11 November - SG
 
Gave subscription for a new Church at Maitland



30120 Rotton Walter - 1835 17 January - SG
 
Won contract for the Conveyance of Mail between Maitland and Paterson



33820 Rotton Walter - 1847 14 August Singleton MM
 
Present at a public meeting to arrange a dinner for Richard Windeyer



36230 Rotton Walter - 1847 20 October Singleton MM
 
Offering reward for conviction of those who placed 'infamous placards' about the town



37511 Rotton Walter - 1848 8 January Singleton MM
 
To attend meeting at the Horse and Jockey Inn to discuss the new Constitution Sir Charles Fitzroy wished to implement



38679 Rotton Walter - 1844 2 March - MM
 
Insolvency proceedings



40763 Rotton Walter - 1848 26 April Singleton MM
 
Granted publican's licence for the Forbes Hotel. John St.



46773 Rotton Walter - 1848 28 October Singleton MM
 
Obtained licence for game of billiards to be played at his 'Forbes Hotel'



49694 Rotton Walter - 1828 Patrick Plains 1828 Census
 
David Flanagan per 'Marquis of Huntley', labourer, assigned servant



52640 Rotton Walter - 1828 2 January Upper Hunter River SG
 
Came Free. Obtained Ticket of Leave



53666 Rotton Walter - 1849 28 April John St. Singleton MM
 
Refused a publican's licence for the Forbes Hotel



56363 Rotton Walter - 1849 30 June Singleton MM
 
Farewell dinner to be given at the Rose Inn on the occasion of his leaving the colony for California



56465 Rotton Walter - 1849 7 July Singleton MM
 
Farewell dinner given at the Rose Inn for over 50 people. Dr. Stolworthy in the chair



56919 Rotton Walter - 1849 21 July Sydney MM
 
Departed on the barque 'Elizabeth Archer' for California



58496 Rotton Walter - 1835 16 June - SG
 
Mail contractor. Questioned whether T.W.M. Winder had the right to close the old road to Patrick Plains which ran through his (Winder's) property



60909 Rotton Walter - 1839 18 June Northumberland SG
 
30 acres, a grant of land to Richard Browning conveyed to Walter Rotton



65226 Rotton Walter - 1835 13 February Maitland Australian
 
Correspondence re unfairness of discharged soldiers grants



65233 Rotton Walter - 1835 16 January - Australian
 
To provide postal service from and to Maitland and Patterson twice a week, on Horseback for 24 pounds



65410 Rotton Walter - 1836 3 June Maitland Australian
 
Wife Jane died at Maitland 20th ult




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