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Alexander MacDuff Baxter Charles Boydell Crawford Logan Brown
Francis Gibbes Henry Gooch
Grayson Hartley John Hooke
Henry John Lindeman John Lord
Duncan Forbes Mackay John McIntyre John Mann Lawrence Myles
Major Smeathman Benjamin Sullivan
Old Times Road Notes - from Tegg's Pocket Almanac 1842 - Brothers James Tegg (1808) and Samuel Augustus Tegg (1813), booksellers and publishers, were born in Cheapside, London, sons of Thomas Tegg, bookseller, and his wife Mary, née Holland. They arrived in New South Wales in 1834 where they established a 'wholesale and retail book selling business' in George Street, Sydney. One of their publications was the 'New South Wales Pocket Almanac', which appeared yearly from 1836 to 1844.
Following is an extract from the Maitland Mercury 15 October 1887:
Road from Wallarobba to the Upper William and Chichester Rivers......
147. On the right leave the road from Wollombi to Port Stephens and the Manning
150. Pass the north west corner of Mr. Chapman's farm
150½. Cross Wallarobba Creek and follow its course through the grants of the late A.M. Baxter Esq., and Mr. Verge.
153. The Village reserve of Wallaroo on the right is a track to Clarence Town crossing about three miles off the road from the Wollombi to Port Stephens at 152 miles from Sydney
154. Enter Hook's grant; on the west is Tabbit Hill.
156. Cross Tabbit Creek; higher up this creek are the grants of Mr Ferdinand Anley, and Mr. Grayson Hartley; to the east is Wilhurghully Hill.
157. Melbee the grant of Mr. D.F. Mackay
158. On the right, village reserve of Wihurghully; here the Myall Creek joins the William, the road following the course of the Myall along its western bank.
159. Cross Dorigo and Montyac,
two small streams running into the Myall through Mr. C.L. Brown's grant.
159½. On the right, Dungog a high hill, part of the range, dividing the waters of the William and Myall.
161½. Cross the Myall, under another high hill called Puntelva situated in Mr. Thompson's grant.
163½.Grant of Charles Windeyer Esq., J.P., called Tillegrah; about a mile on the left is Codagot Hill.
164. Cross the Williams River to Canningalla, Sir James Dowling's Farm.
About a mile on the right is the confluence of the William and Chichester Rivers. Lower down the William on the north bank are the farms of Mr. W. Foster, and Mr. Lawrence Miles.
From Tillegrah there is a track to the south west, following upwards the course of the Myall to the right of Mount Narroul and crossing the range by Mount Windeyer to Park's grant on the Allyn River.
The course of the William and Chichester is from the west, their sources being in the Mount Royal Hills; they run parallel to each other like the Paterson and
Allyn, and about two miles apart.
Between these rivers are the grants of Rookin and the Messrs Mosman, and on the south banks of the William are the grants of Mr. Mann called Munni; Messrs McLean and McKenzie, called Tanumbuc and Messrs Scott and Adair.
The principal characteristics of this district, from Clarence Town upwards, are open forest land, affording excellent sheep pasture, and on the banks of the rivers small flats of alluvial soil, and strips of vine brush, in which are found cedar and other valuable timbers, the track between the William and Chichester is said to be the finest bit of sheep country in the whole colony. Immediately over the range, at the head of these rivers, some plains are visible , there, also the waters of the Manning take their rise. The country extending from the William northwards, towards the Manning for thirty or forty miles is entirely unlocated, being very difficult of access, and much broken by scrubby ranges, separating the many small streams that flow to the Manning and to the Gloucester River which is the principal branch of the Manning.
RESIDENTS AT DUNGOG
Berwick, George. Convict arrived per 'Prince of Orange' in 1821
Byrne, Edward. Convict arrived per 'Earl St. Vincent' employed by John Hooke in 1828
Campbell, Dougall. Employed by John Hooke in 1828
Casey, Michael. Convict per 'Brampton' assigned to D.F. Mackay in 1828
Cox, John. Convict per 'Marquis of Huntley'. Assigned to John Hooke in 1828
Day, Thomas Convict per 'Mangles' assigned to John Hooke in 1828
Doyle, Patrick. Convict per 'Mangles' assigned to John Hooke in 1828
Gorton, Joseph. Free settler apprenticed to A.A Co. Arrived 16/5/1827 on the "Marquis of Anglesey"
Hatton, Benjamin. Convict per 'Ocean'. Employed by John Hooke in 1828
Hooke, John. Granted 2560 acres of land at Dungog 1828. 'Bonago'
Mackay, Duncan Forbes. Arrived free per 'Orpheus' in 1826.
Maroney, John . Convict per Isabella' employed by D.F. Mackay in 1828
Murray, Thomas. Convict per 'Mangles' assigned to John Hooke in 1828
Pearsall, Samuel. Convict per 'Albion'. Assigned to D.F. Mackay in 1828
Spetch, William. Convict per 'Hercules' assigned to D.F. Mackay in 1832
Wood, John. Convict per 'Prince Regent' employed by John Hooke as overseer in 1828
Wood, Patrick. Convict per 'John Barry' assigned to D.F. Mackay 1828
Archer, George. Convict per 'Waterloo'. Assigned to C.L. Brown in 1837
Baddam, Benjamin. Convict arrived per 'Eliza in 1828. Died in 1838
Baker, Edward. Convict per 'Lady Harewood'. Granted Ticket of leave in 1835
Barry, John. Convict per 'Calcutta' assigned to Crawford Logan Brown in 37
Brady, Patrick. Convict per 'Royal Sovereign' assigned servant 1838 to John Verge
Brown, Crawford Logan. Landowner
Burrows, James. Convict assigned to C.L. Brown in 1832
Campbell, Donald. Landowner
Canham, John. Convict per 'Asia' Assigned to C.L. Brown 1837
Carroll, John. Convict arrived per 'Calcutta'
Carroll, Maurice. Convict arrived per 'Lady McNaughton' 1835
Chapman, Mathew. Landowner. 'The Grange'
Chitty, Robert. Convict assigned to Mathew Chapman
Clanvane, John. Convict assigned to Mathew Chapman 1832
Daley Patrick and wife Jane Fahey with four children arrived per Lady McNaughten 1838 overseer for John Hooke and Capt Thomas Cook
Dollair, Joseph. Convict per 'Waterloo' assigned to D. Campbell
Edwards, John.arr 1836 overseer to convicts on Camyr Allyn
Ellis, Henry. Assigned to D.F. Mackay in 1837
Fry, Thomas. Convict per 'Norfolk' assigned to C.L. Brown in 1838
Gallaghan, B. Convict assigned to Mathew Chapman 1832
Grey, John. Convict per 'Planter' assigned to C.L. Brown in 1832
Harris, William. Convict assigned to C.L. Brown in 1832
Hay, James. Convict per Lady Harewood, ass. to Maj. Benj. Sullivan, Williams River,1831.
Hazlegrove, William. Convict per 'Adrian' assigned to D.F. Mackay 1832
Hill, William. Convict per 'Isabella'. Assigned to C.L. Brown in 1838
Holmes, Hirum. Convict per 'James Pattison' assigned to D.F. Mackay 1838
Ivory, Thomas. Convict assigned to D.F. Mackay 1832
Lawler, James. Convict assigned to D.F. Mackay 1832
McDonald, Magnus. Convict per 'Parmelia'. Assigned to John Verge 1837
McFadden, James. Convict per 'Heber' assigned to D. Campbell 1838
Minham, James. Convict assigned to Mathew Chapman 1832
Phelan, Patrick. Convict assigned to Mathew Chapman 1832
Reardon, Thomas. Convict per 'Heber' assigned to D. Campbell 1838
Russell, John Thomas. Convict per 'Recovery' 1835. Born Lambeth C1814. Issued ToL passport 1844 on recommendation of Dungog Bench
Stock, John. Convict per 'Recovery' assigned to D.F. Mackay 1838
Marsh Benjamin Landowner
Verge, John. Landowner. Architect
Wells, James. Convict per 'Hercules' assigned to Mathew Chapman 1832
Wootton, David. Convict per 'Prince George' assigned to C.L. Brown in 1838
Abbott, Thomas. Chief Constable
Andrews, James MacBrayne. Magistrate
Atkins, Joseph. Convict per 'Portsea' Ticket of leave Dungog 1845
Bannister, Ralph. Convict per 'Exmouth'. Ticket of leave for Dungog 1842
Barnett, George. Resided on Dowling's farm. Died in 1844
Burley, William. Convict arrived per 'Prince Regent'. Resided on Dowling's farm in 1844
Carlton, James 1845
Combron, Richard. Convict per 'Mary Ann'. Ticket of leave Dungog 1845.
Cotterell, Samuel. Convict per 'Barossa'. Ticket of Leave Dungog 1845
Dowling, Vincent. Son of Sir James Dowling
Egan (Eagan) Edward b 1816 Clonmel County Tipperary.Transported for Life 1834 on the Blenheim 1.
Griese, Heinrich arr.1849 settled on Camyr Allyn as Vet for Charles Boydell
Handratty, Arthur, Convict per Mangles 5 (alias Robert Hauratty alias Johnston) St Leonards District Dungong, 1841)
Hanna, Thomas. Auctioneer, poundkeeper
Heales, Joseph. Stockkeeper assigned to Mathew Chapman 1840
Lyall, Christopher. Convict per 'Lloyds'. Ticket of leave 1842
Macarthur, Donald Gordon. Clerk of Petty Sessions
McIntyre, Margaret. Convict per 'Surry'. Ticket of Leave Dungog 1845
McKinlay, Ellar McKellar. Medical superintendent arrived per 'Portland' in 1840
O'Brien, John. Convict per 'Parkfield' 1839. Punished in Dungog 1844.
Quin, Dennis. Convict per 'Waterloo'. Ticket of Leave Dungog 1844
Redman, Samuel, Free Settler, settled 1840's Postmaster 1840's-1850's
Redman, Hannah Maria, wife of Samuel Redman, was a nurse /midwife assisting Dr Ellar McKellar McKinlay
Ross, George. Convict per 'John Barry' . Ticket of leave Dungog 1845
Shirley, John. Convict assigned to Mathew Chapman in 1840
Smith, Andrew. Convict per 'Lady McNaughton'. Ticket of Leave Dungog 1845
Turner , John: Bounty Immigrant/Free Settler, arr 5 Oct 1841 per "William Turner" Brought to Australia by Alexander Campbell to work for John CORY at his property "Coryvale"
Turner , Susannah: Bounty Immigrant/Free Settler, arr 5 Oct 1841 per "William Turner" Brought to Australia by Alexander Campbell to work for John CORY at his property " Coryvale"
Verge, George. Landowner
Vine, Gorsham. Convict per 'Earl Grey'. Ticket of leave Dungog 1844
Wade, William. Free settler on the James Pattison. Arrived 8/2/1840.
Walsh, John. Convict per 'Pekoe'. Ticket of leave Dungog 1844
Waters, Michael. Convict per 'James Laing'. Ticket of leave 1845
Woodbridge, Alice. Wife of John
Woodbridge, John. Convict per 'England'. Ticket of leave Dungog 1840's