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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
173696 - - Minstrel 1822 18 January 1822 Port Jackson SG
 
On Friday arrived from England via Hobart Town, the ship Minstrel, Capt. Barns, having on board a cargo of valuable merchandize. Passengers Capt. John Smith of the Bengal Army; Mr. and Mrs. Hawkns and 7 children, Mrs. Mary Lilley, mother of Mrs. Hawkins; Mr and Mrs. Duncomb and 3 children; Mr. Webber and several others



30423 Webber J.P Minstrel 1822 1825 26 July Newcastle CSI
 
Assigned servant Samuel Whitney given 21 day pass to travel to Sydney



30425 Webber J.P Minstrel 1822 1822 21 January Newcastle CSI
 
The Commandant atNewcastle was requested to provide all possible assistance to Webber, son of Major General Webber, during his visit to Newcastle



17134 Webber James Phillip Minstrel 1822 1822 Newcastle CSI
 
Settler, Magistrate



30421 Webber James Phillips Minstrel 1822 1834 - -
 
Sold estates 'Tocal' and 'Brisbane Grove' to Caleb and Felix Wilson



104388 Webber James Phillips Minstrel 1822 - Tocal Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
 
Born 1797 North Wales. Son of Edward. For more information see Pioneer Register Entry No. 1580




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