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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
39967 Warland William - 1848 12 April Murrurundi MM
 
  Magistrate. Verbally abused by William Wilsdon as he passed through the town
 
89946 Warland William - 1852 26 May Murrurundi MM
 
  Attended dinner at the White Hart Inn in honor of Lieutenant Blandford
 
100104 Warland William - 1853 21 May - MM
 
  Subscriber to the Tamworth Benevolent Society
 
182795 Warland William - 13 March 1833 Invermein Invermein Court of Petty Sessions. Deposition Books 1833 -1834 (Ancestry)
 
  William Warland of Pages River appeared before John Bingle J.P. to make a complaint against George Quintock, free, hired as a yearly servant for leaving his farm before his term expired and with out leave. Warrant granted
 
54587 Warland William H - 1849 12 May Murrurundi MM
 
  Appointed to Local School Board. Denominational School
 
81290 Warland William H - 1851 15 January Murrurundi MM
 
  On Board of Church of England School
 
182793 Warland William H - 1830 Pages River Convict Indents. State Archives NSW. Microfiche 675. (Ancestry)
 
  Michael O Rourke per Forth assigned to W.H. Warland on arrival
 
182991 Warland William H - 1830 - Convict Indents. State Archives NSW. Microfiche 674. (Ancestry)
 
  Hugh Wilson per ship James Pattison assigned to William H. Warland at Dart brook on arrival
 
183001 Warland William H - 1830 Dartbrook Convict Indents. State Archives NSW. Microfiche 674. (Ancestry)
 
  Patrick Sheering per ship James Pattison assigned to William H. Warland at Dartbrook on arrival
 
5880 Warland William Henry - 25 April 1831 Pages River R v Pegg, Thompson, Anscomb & McDonald - Butterwor
 
  Housekeeper. He was absent from home when robbery by Pegg, Thompson and Anscomb took place
 
86597 Warland William Henry - 1851 29 October Pages River MM
 
  On list printed in the Gazette for New Commission of the Peace
 
116135 Warland William Henry - 1839 2 May Pages River Supplement to the NSW Gazette
 
  960 acrews near Mt Wingen, commencing at SE corner. Authorised by Sir Ralph Darling on 3 June 1829 and possession given 16 June 1830. Primary Grant
 
123902 Warland William Henry - 1859 16 December Sydney SMH
 
  Death of William Henry Warland of Harben Vale, Murrurundi on 11th December aged 65 years. A native of Dorsetshire, England and one of the first settlers on the Page River. Died suddenly in Sydney
 
125809 Warland William Henry - 1845 21 May Supreme Court Sydney SMH
 
  Supreme Court action. Warland v. Brodie. Action by William Henry Warland against Peter Brodie and his partner Peter Haydon (deceased) to recover money lent in 1836
 
160451 Warland William Henry - 1859 17 December From Harben Vale, Murrurundi MM
 
  Died suddenly in Sydney on 11th December 1859. A native of Dorsetshire, England and one of the first settlers on the Page River
 
182872 Warland William Henry - 10 April 1833 Invermein Invermein Court of Petty Sessions. Deposition Books 1833 -1834 (Ancestry)
 
  Cornelius Wilby per ship Midas, assigned to W.H. Warland, charged with being at large. Thomas Dunn, constable and lockup keeper states - The prisoner came to me this morning and I asked him who he belonged to he said he once was Mr. Warland s servant but that he is now free but having no certificate I brought him before the Bench. The prisoner states in his defence that he reported himself to this Bench in January last as being free in March last, and that he came down to ascertain if his certificate had arrived. The prisoner refusing to return to Mr. Warland until we could get an answer from Sydney, the Bench direct that he shall be detained and an application be sent to the Principal Supt. of Convicts forthwith
 
 
 
 
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