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Item:100020
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Ship:Captain Cook 1833
Date:1833 29 August
Place:Sydney
Source:SG
Details:Arrival of the vessel Captain Cook on 26th August from London. Captain Thompson. Surgeon Superintendent John Morgan. 226 male prisoners. Guard consisted of 29 rank and file of the 21st regt., under command of Captain Armstrong and Lieut. Silon
Item:119813
Surname:Alexander
First Name:Robert
Ship:Captain Cook 1833
Date:1839 27 November
Place:Patrick Plains
Source:GG
Details:Granted Ticket of Leave
Item:163884
Surname:Alexander
First Name:Robert
Ship:Captain Cook 1833
Date:26 August 1833
Place:Hunter River
Source:Settler and Convict Lists 1787-1834. Ancestry
Details:Prisoner for 14 years. Assigned to Henry Dangar at Neotsfield
Item:112580
Surname:Anderson
First Name:George
Ship:Captain Cook 1833
Date:1838 20 November
Place:Liverpool Plains
Source:SG
Details:Thursday 15 November 1838 – Supreme Court – Charles Kilmaister, William Hawkins, John Blake, John Johnston, Charles Toulouse, Charles Lamb, Edward Foley, James Oates, James Parry, George Palliser and John Russell, were indicted for the wilful murder of one Daddy, an Aboriginal black native, on the 9th June 1838. There were 9 counts in the indictment, charging the prisoners in different forms with committing the murder, and aiding and abetting each other in the murder of Daddy, or of an Aboriginal black to the Attorney General unknown. For the prosecution – The Attorney General and Mr. R. Therry. For the defence Messrs Foster, a’Beckett and Windeyer. List of the Jury – Thomas Holmes, Foreman; David Hill; George Humphries; John Harris; Joseph Hanson; Mattias Hooper; Charles Hensley; Thomas Harper; Henry Hough; William Howard; Andrew Higgins, and John Hall. Witnesses included Thomas Foster, Superintendent of Dr. Newton’s station on the Big River; William Hobbs, superintendent employed by Henry Dangar; George Anderson, hutkeeper and assigned servant to Henry Dangar; John Bates, hutkeeper assigned to Mr. Dight; Warren (or William) Mace, ticket of leave man living at Mr. Dight’s station; Charles Reid, servant to Henry Dangar; Henry Dangar, settler; Thomas Simpson Hall, settler, master of James Oates (Hall’s Jemmy); George Bowman, farmer and grazier, master of John Johnston; Mr. Jolliffe, superintendent to Messrs Bell; His Honor summed up at great length, minutely recapitulating the whole of the evidence, and the jury returned a verdict of Not Guilty, after having retired about a quarter of an hour. The prisoners were all remanded for trial on the same charges, the Crown officers being dissatisfied with the verdict. It is their intention to indict the prisoners for the murder of an aboriginal woman, and to call the same evidence in support of the case. The trial is to take place on the following Monday
Item:163883
Surname:Anderson
First Name:George
Ship:Captain Cook 1833
Date:26 August 1833
Place:Neotsfield, Hunter River
Source:Settler and Convict Lists 1787-1834. Ancestry
Details:Prisoner for Life. Assigned to Henry Dangar at Neotsfield
Item:67964
Surname:Anderson
First Name:William
Ship:Captain Cook 1833
Date:1838 28 November
Place:Maitland
Source:GG
Details:Granted Ticket of Leave
Item:20210
Surname:Andrews
First Name:Francis
Ship:Captain Cook 1833
Date:1837
Place:Patrick Plains
Source:GRC
Details:Assigned to W.S. Bell
Item:109009
Surname:Andrews
First Name:Francis
Ship:Captain Cook 1833
Date:1837 18 November
Place:Invermein
Source:SG
Details:Granted Ticket of Leave
Item:163886
Surname:Andrews
First Name:Francis
Ship:Captain Cook 1833
Date:26 August 1833
Place:Cheshunt, Hunter River
Source:Settler and Convict Lists 1787-1834. Ancestry
Details:Assigned to William Bell
Item:47211
Surname:Askew
First Name:William
Ship:Captain Cook 1833
Date:1837
Place:Maitland
Source:GRC
Details:Assigned to Edward Biddulph
Item:16060
Surname:Avery
First Name:Samuel
Ship:Captain Cook 1833
Date:1842 4 March
Place:Maitland
Source:GG
Details:Ticket of Leave cancelled for assault and disorderly conduct
Item:47259
Surname:Avery
First Name:Samuel
Ship:Captain Cook 1833
Date:1837
Place:Maitland
Source:GRC
Details:Assigned to John Cobb
Item:119607
Surname:Avery
First Name:Samuel
Ship:Captain Cook 1833
Date:1839 23 October
Place:Maitland
Source:GG
Details:Granted Ticket of Leave
Item:122603
Surname:Avery
First Name:Samuel
Ship:Captain Cook 1833
Date:1843 15 April
Place:Patrick Plains
Source:GG
Details:Granted Ticket of Leave
Item:156814
Surname:Avery
First Name:Samuel
Ship:Captain Cook 1833
Date:1842 4 October
Place:Wollongong
Source:Australasian Chronicle
Details:Ticket of leave cancelled for disorderly conduct and drunkenness
Item:168469
Surname:Avery
First Name:Samuel
Ship:Captain Cook 1833
Date:15 January 1842
Place:Newcastle
Source:Gaol Description and Entrance Books, 1818-1930; Item: 2/2020; Roll: 757
Details:Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Maitland. No offence detailed.
Item:20488
Surname:Baker
First Name:Hammond
Ship:Captain Cook 1833
Date:1837
Place:Merton
Source:GRC
Details:Assigned to George Forbes Esq
Item:102078
Surname:Baker
First Name:Hammond
Ship:Captain Cook 1833
Date:1840 22 January
Place:Merton
Source:GG 1840
Details:Ticket of leave cancelled. Sentenced to an iron gang
Item:113959
Surname:Baker
First Name:Hammond
Ship:Captain Cook 1833
Date:1837 30 December
Place:Merton
Source:SG
Details:Granted Ticket of Leave
Item:185170
Surname:Baker
First Name:Hammond
Ship:Captain Cook 1833
Date:30 December 1839
Place:Muswellbrook
Source:Criminal Court Records. Muswellbrook Court of Petty Sessions, Letter Books, 1838-1851. Ancestry
Details:Hammond Baker holding a ticket of leave for the district of Merton, having been convicted of drunkenness and improper conduct it was recommended by E.D. Day that his ticket of leave be cancelled until he proved himself worthy of the indulgence

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