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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
93797 Australian Agricultural Company - - 1831 13 April From Port Stephens NGE
 
  Adam Howitt, free. Enginemaker. To be confined 2mths in gaol for refusing his work at A.A. Co at Port Stephens. Discharged to the A.A. Co
 
94632 Australian Agricultural Company - - 1852 22 September - MM
 
  Information received in Australia that Captain Brownrigg had been appointed A.A.Co., Commissioner
 
94774 Australian Agricultural Company - - 1852 29 September - MM
 
  Captain Marcus Freeman Brownrigg, R.N. Appointed Commissioner of the company. Brother to W.M. Brownrigg, surveyor of Sydney
 
94793 Australian Agricultural Company - - 1852 29 September Peel River MM
 
  Forced diggers to leave their A.A. Co., land at the Peel River
 
94906 Australian Agricultural Company - - 1852 2 October Hanging Rock MM
 
  200 diggers assembled on A.A. Company ground on 14th September to tendered licenses to company Agent who refused to accept them. They were persuaded to desist by Major Innes who went amongst them and explained how matters stood. Out of respect for him the diggers left the A.A. Co., land and returned to the govt. side
 
95001 Australian Agricultural Company - - 1852 2 October Hanging Rock MM
 
  Giving written notice that their gold field at the Peel River was closed to diggers
 
96109 Australian Agricultural Company - - 1852 13 November Peel river gold field MM
 
  E.W. Rudder employed as Superintendent of the A.A. co., gold field. Arrangments between the government and A.A. Co to work the bed of the Peel River jointly
 
98435 Australian Agricultural company - - 1853 31 August Newcastle MM
 
  A.A. Company sent out 70 Welsh miners to the coal fields at Newcastle. Accompanied by two Superintendents
 
98510 Australian Agricultural company - - 1853 12 March Newcastle MM
 
  Selling building allotments by auction. 1/4 acre each and portions of land 1 - 10 acres each.
 
100303 Australian Agricultural Company - - 1853 25 May Goonoo Goonoo MM
 
  Death of Thomas Loch. Overseer for A.A. Company for 14 years
 
102115 Australian Agricultural Company - - 1840 29 January - GG 1840
 
  Charles Bennett per 'Dunvegan Castle' apprehended after absconding from service of Grayson Hartley
 
114662 Australian Agricultural Company - - 1830 11 October Port Stephens In the Service of the Company: letters of Sir Edward Parry, Commissioner to the Australian Agricultural company: volume 1, December 1829 - June 1832. Letter no 218
 
  115 pairs of blue trousers received at Port Stephens by the 'Lady Rowena'. (?Convict clothing)
 
114674 Australian Agricultural Company - - 1830 19 October Newcastle In the Service of the Company: letters of Sir Edward Parry, Commissioner to the Australian Agricultural company: volume 1, December 1829 - June 1832. Letter no 229
 
  Correspondence from Sir Edward Parry advising Mr. Henderson that two ounces of tobacco to be issued to each assigned servant of A.A. Company each week
 
102925 Australian Agricultural Company - Hero of Malown 1841 1841 23 November Sydney SG
 
  By the Hero of Malowen upwards of 20 free miners arrived under engagements to the Australian Agricultural Company to work the mines at Newcastle
 
63338 Australian Agricultural Company - Lord Rodney 1826 25 February Sydney SG
 
  Sailed for Port Stephens with mechanics, labourers etc and their families belonging to the A.A. Company
 
30846 Australian Agricultural Company Abbott - 1828 Port Stephens 1828 Census
 
  John Abbott per 'Recovery' assigned servant
 
30847 Australian Agricultural Company Abercrombie - 1828 Port Stephens 1828 Census
 
  John Abercrombie per 'Henry' assigned servant
 
27449 Australian Agricultural Company Adams - 1831 5 March Stroud Early Days of Port Stephens
 
  John Adams, assigned servant of Company drowned while crossing a flooded creek
 
30859 Australian Agricultural Company Adams - 1828 Port Stephens 1828 Census
 
  John Adams per 'Brothers' servant
 
31459 Australian Agricultural Company Adams - 1828 Port Stephens 1828 Census
 
  William Adams per Guildford assigned to Company
 
 
 
 
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