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Item: 35203
Surname: Ashbourn (Ashburn)
First Name: Constable Joseph
Ship: -
Date: 1847 11 September
Place: Muswellbrook
Source: MM
Details: Witness in trial of Edward Courtney


 
Item: 42015
Surname: Ashburn
First Name: Constable Joseph
Ship: -
Date: 1848 21 June
Place: Muswellbrook
Source: MM
Details: Arrested Constable Dunn after he assaulted Constable Fox


 
Item: 83584
Surname: Ashburn
First Name: Constable Joseph
Ship: -
Date: 1851 21 May
Place: Ten miles from Muswellbrook
Source: MM
Details: Apprehended Thomas Ballard for the murder of Henry Boyle


 
Item: 97158
Surname: Ashburn
First Name: Constable Joseph
Ship: -
Date: 1853 29 January
Place: Muswellbrook
Source: MM
Details: Posting reward for Patrick Croasdill who escaped from custody at the Chain of Ponds


 
Item: 26956
Surname: Ashburn
First Name: Joseph
Ship: -
Date: 1847 17 February
Place: Muswellbrook
Source: MM
Details: Constable. Apprehended Thomas Green


 
Item: 97000
Surname: Ashburn
First Name: Joseph
Ship: -
Date: 1853 19 January
Place: Muswellbrook
Source: MM
Details: Offering reward for return of mare


 
Item: 97150
Surname: Ashburn
First Name: Joseph
Ship: -
Date: 1853 29 January
Place: Muswellbrook
Source: MM
Details: Marriage of Isaac Moses, storekeeper, to Sarah, eldest daughter of Joseph Ashburn on 18th January. Both of Muswellbrook.. Minister Rev. James S. White


 
Item: 97233
Surname: Ashburn
First Name: Joseph
Ship: -
Date: 1853 2 February
Place: Muswellbrook
Source: MM
Details: Grew a rock melon weighing 10 1/2 pounds


 
Item: 99603
Surname: Ashburn
First Name: Joseph
Ship: -
Date: 1853 23 April
Place: Collected by J.H. Keys at St. Heliers
Source: MM
Details: Made donation to the Maitland Hospital


 
Item: 161859
Surname: Ashburn
First Name: Joseph
Ship: -
Date: -
Place: -
Source: Biographical Register of Muswellbrook
Details: Born 1807 at Alnwick, Northumberland, England,, son of Joseph Ashburn and Dorothy Carr. Married Anne Phillips in 1833 Ireland. Died 13 September 1875 in Muswellbrook. Occupation: Soldier, constable and wardsman


 
Item: 161867
Surname: Ashburn
First Name: Joseph
Ship: -
Date: 9 February 1858
Place: Muswellbrook
Source: MM
Details: Expenditure of the Muswellbrook Benevolent Society -1 to Joseph Ashburn for conveyance of a sick man to Maitland; 8 to Mr. Ashburn for the rent of the Hospital ( 16 weeks); 20 16s 9d to Mr. Ashburn as wardsman and supplying the Hospital with wood and water, wash and rations to patients


 
Item: 161869
Surname: Ashburn
First Name: Joseph
Ship: -
Date: 29 January 1876
Place: Muswellbrook
Source: MM
Details: In September last Mr. Joseph Ashburn, who had held the position of wardsman since the establishment of the institution, died, and thereby the committee lost a useful servant. In consideration at Mrs. Ashburne's long services and efficiency as Matron, your committee determined to defer the appointment of another wardsman for a short tirne, and to permit Mrs. Ashburne to continue to act as matron till the end of the year, at a salary of 30 per annum- wardman's assistance being supplied under the orders and superintendence of the medical officer. This was a temporary arrangement merely, and at its last meeting your committee resolved to fill up the vacancy, and to call for applications of wardsmen and matron. Four applications have been received, and the matter is still under the consideration of the committee.


 
Item: 161861
Surname: Ashburn
First Name: Joseph Henry
Ship: -
Date: -
Place: Muswellbrook
Source: Biographical Register of Muswellbrook
Details: Born 1843 in Muswellbrook, son of Joseph Ashburn. Married Annie Greer (widow of Watt) 7 January 1873


 
Item: 161868
Surname: Ashburn
First Name: Joseph junior
Ship: -
Date: 23 March 1872
Place: Muswellbrook
Source: MM
Details: Accident -On Tuesday a severe accident happened to Mr Joseph Ashburn, jun, which might have been attended with dangerous consequence On the day above mentioned, while taking a buggy to the river attached to a water cart, the shaft of the buggy struck him below the left eye, causing a severe contused wound, and leaving the eyeball bare. Under the skilful attendance of Dr De Leon he is doing well



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