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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
140882 Threlkeld Rev. Lancelot - 1841 24 September Ebenzer Coal mine, Lake Macquarie SH
 
Rev. Threlkeld's Circular regarding the opening of his new mine 'Ebenezer'



147076 Threlkeld Rev. Lancelot - 1830 Lake Macquarie AO NSW Convict Indents. Fiche No. 674
 
William Benson per 'Dunvegan Castle' assigned servant



147107 Threlkeld Rev. Lancelot - 1830 - AO NSW Convict Indents. Fiche No. 674
 
William Freeman per 'Dunvegan Castle' assigned servant



147558 Threlkeld Rev. Lancelot - 1825 22 September Government Cottage near Newcastle SG
 
Wife gave birth to a daughter on 16th September 1825.



162120 Threlkeld Rev. Lancelot - 21 April 1829 Lake Macquarie AO NSW Convict Indent Fiche No. 671
 
Thomas Draper per 'Mellish' assigned servant



163721 Threlkeld Rev. Lancelot - 15 February 1834 Lake Macquarie Settler and Convict Lists 1787-1834. Ancestry
 
George Wells per 'Fairlie' assigned servant



163726 Threlkeld Rev. Lancelot - 15 February 1834 Lake Macquarie Settler and Convict Lists 1787-1834. Ancestry
 
George Williams per 'Fairlie' assigned servant



165424 Threlkeld Rev. Lancelot - 1 May 1855 - Empire
 
Reminiscences: by L.E Threlkeld. Aborigines of New South Wales - 'Blood for Blood'



167044 Threlkeld Rev. Lancelot - 28 October 1824 Sydney SG
 
On the eve of departing for Moreton Bay in order to attempt reaching the understanding of aborigines in that quarter through their own language



169675 Threlkeld Rev. Lancelot - 1827 Hunter River State Archives of NSW. Bound indents Microfiche 663. Ancestry
 
Mary Fairbrother per Brothers assigned to L. Threlkeld on arrival



171482 Threlkeld Rev. Lancelot - 1839 Lake Macquarie State Records Online Shipping List
 
Richard Edwards, emigrant per Juliana/Morayshire employed by Rev. Threlkeld on arrival...http://tinyurl.com/lmuymd7



171689 Threlkeld Rev. Lancelot - 26 October 1839 Lake Macquarie State Records Online Shipping List
 
Abraham Golby, emigrant per Florist in 1839, employed by Rev. Threlkeld on arrival...http://tinyurl.com/l3kerjc



171699 Threlkeld Rev. Lancelot - 26 October 1839 Lake Macquarie State Records Online Shipping List
 
John Reeves, emigrant per the Florist in 1839, employed by Rev. Threlkeld on arrival..http://tinyurl.com/l3kerjc



174120 Threlkeld Rev. Lancelot - 1826 Newcastle/ Lake Macquarie The Library of Sir George Grey
 
Specimens of a Dialect of the Aborigines of New South Wales; being the first attempt to form their speech into a written language - By L.E. Threlkeld, Sydney NSW; printed at the Monitors Office by Arthur Hill. Without date, printed in 1826 in a few copies only. Interleaved presentation copy with the authors autograph. Contains: Preface pp. 111 and IV signed L.E. Threlkeld. Bah-tah-bah Lake Macquarie. Then follow remarks on the alphabet and the pronunciation. In this the English sounds of the vowels were adopted.. Pages 4 - 27 give Aboriginal sentences verbally rendered into English underneath the respective words and English sentences which give the translation of the former. These were selected out of upwards of fifteen hundred sentences....etc



174121 Threlkeld Rev. Lancelot - 19 March 1913 - NMH
 
Another letter was written by Rev. Threlkeld to Sir George Grey as Governor of the Cape of Good Hope on the 13th April 1859. In it Mr. Threlkeld said - I was not aware that my works on the language had been republished in America by Mr. Hale until mentioned in your list of works. Mr. Hale was at Lake Macquarie with another gentleman of the American squadron residing with us for many days, and we enjoyed their company much, they taking considerable interest in our mission. They have, in all of their publications spoken well of our efforts. I gave them all the information in my power. Thanking your Excellency for the kind manner in which you have favoured my efforts in the aboriginal language with notice. Mr. Threlkeld must have died soon after this, for in the year 1862 a Mr. J. C. Raymond wrote, inquiring of Mr. Threlkeld, a son of the missionary, for the names of the executors of his fathers estate so that he might get for Sir George Grey a lexicon of the Australian language which the Rev. Mr. Threlkeld had bequeathed to him



175806 Threlkeld Rev. Lancelot - 23 September 1835 Lake Macquarie Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW; Roll: 136
 
Mary Mack per Mary assigned to Rev. Threlkeld



175818 Threlkeld Rev. Lancelot - 23 September 1835 Lake Macquarie Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW; Roll: 136
 
Mary Sinclair per Mary assigned to Rev. Threlkeld



175912 Threlkeld Rev. Lancelot - February 1831 Lake Macquarie Convict Indents. State Archives NSW; Series: NRS 12188; Item: [4/4016]; Microfiche: 678
 
Michael Reilly per Edward assigned to Rev Threlkeld on arrival



177611 Threlkeld Rev. Lancelot - 1830 Lake Macquarie Convict Indents. State Archives NSW; Series: NRS 12188; Item: [4/4015]; Microfiche: 675
 
George Bidmead per Nithsdale assigned servant



177619 Threlkeld Rev. Lancelot - 1830 Lake Macquarie Convict Indents. State Archives NSW; Series: NRS 12188; Item: [4/4015]; Microfiche: 675
 
Thomas Creamer per Nithsdale assigned servant




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