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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
30374 Davis Benjamin Coromandel 1804 1806 Newcastle -
 
Overseer of Convicts



30375 Davis Benjamin Coromandel 1804 1814 21 May Hunter River CSI
 
Assigned servant Joseph Taylor permitted to proceed to Sydney



30376 Davis Benjamin Coromandel 1804 1816 3 April Hunter River CSI
 
Accused of assisting runaways by giving them supplies in return for kangaroo skins



32439 Davis Benjamin Coromandel 1804 1824 25 February Durham/Northumberland CSI
 
Peter Brady per Dorothy assigned servant



36247 Davis Benjamin Coromandel 1804 1824 29 June County of Durham CSI
 
Edward Chapman per Neptune assigned servant



38283 Davis Benjamin Coromandel 1804 1814 23 April Newcastle CSI
 
His Govt. man Joseph Taylor to go to Sydney to procure seed



38286 Davis Benjamin Coromandel 1804 1819 Newcastle CSI
 
Petition for mitigation of sentence



38287 Davis Benjamin Coromandel 1804 1822 7 January Newcastle CSI
 
Permission to marry at Newcastle



38288 Davis Benjamin Coromandel 1804 1825 November Newcastle CSI
 
Received order for grant of land



45992 Davis Benjamin Coromandel 1804 1828 Wallis Plains 1828 Census
 
Aged 48. Conditional Pardon holder. Grazier



108353 Davis Benjamin Coromandel 1804 1816 3 April Newcastle CSI
 
George Stone - Runaway from Newcastle. Apprehended after nine months absence; believed to have been assisted by Benjain Davis



160669 Davis Benjamin Coromandel 1804 1822 10 June Christ Church, Newcastle Church of England Marriage Register Book 1818 - 1825. University of Newcastle
 
No. 20. Marriage of Benjamin Davis to Ellionora McGraw, both of Patterson's Plains. Witnesses Thomas Addison and Catherine Leeson. Minister Rev. G.A. Middleton



163062 Davis Benjamin Coromandel 1804 1823/24/25 near Newcastle General Muster of New South Wales 1823, 1824, 1825
 
Samuel Chapman per 'Neptune' assigned servant



164944 Davis Benjamin Coromandel 1804 - - Hunter, Cynthia. The Settlers of Paterson's Plains. Paterson: Paterson Historical Society , 1997.
 
The land Davis took up was on the western bank of the river, south of the 'Old Banks' camp and almost opposite John Tucker's farm




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